Yesterday, prepping and uploading files for the Docket page, I was concerned I’d develop RSI. I am still annotating the docket and it will probably not be finished today. I need to stop periodically to wash the slime off my face. The deposition of Henry Johnson is particularly fascinating for a glimpse into this side of Planet Rossi. Put that together with the corporate deposition of JMP represented by Andrea Rossi, and everything else: there was only Rossi and Rossi Says, there was no independent customer, JMP was a corporate sock puppet, and …
lying liars lie.
I’ve been overwhelmed. There is so much, I’m almost speechless. But not quite. There is a small problem. It develops that Leonardo Corporation (Florida) is not owned by Rossi, but by a trust, possibly formed in Grand Cayman. Johnson, the President of Leonardo, did not know if he was a trustee or not. (deposition page 25)
This could create a bit of a technical conflict with the disclosure of interested parties.
There was no “English entity” as owner of JMP, the trust which allegedly owns it is American, with Johnson as trustee, but all actual control in the hands of a certain Italian inventor and entrepreneur, you can guess his name.
Lucky guess. Lying liars lie.
Writing about Rossi v. Darden
Hint for those writing about his case: you may refer to any specific PDF page by pulling the page number off of your PDF reader, and adding it to our URL for the page, as with the Johnson reference “deposition page 25” above. I simply added “#page=7” to the PDF URL. Adding the deposition page reference gave information that a reader also could use to find the reference.
Our documents may be searched, using the Google tool that is on our home page.