|Francis Kan Fong|
On 4-15-02 OIG Senior Counsel Monte Fisher wrote in response to Fong's charge in the 1996 report of OIG employees' unreported profits from 976 F.2d 735, the Second Posner Order for concealing the theft from Treasury of the $48,903.891.
Boesz's reliance for disbursing the $48,903.81 was not an isolated act; it fit in the pattern of activity for making the Calvin cycle. In 1978, the NSF, in a site visit to Fong's laboratories confirmed Fong and Galloway's demonstration of the chlorophyll water splitting. On May 22, 1981, Andrew Benson, the first worker to use C-14 in carbon fixation experiments, wrote Fong a letter. Reminiscent of Calvin's warning at the Asilomar meeting, the letter read: “You are a brave man to stir such a big pot all at once. I will be interested to see where the bodies will lie.” Four months later, NSF in its September/October, 1981 issue of Mosaic published a statement:
- "Francis K. Fong of Purdue University irradiated chlorophyll on a platinum electrode immersed in water. He generated a weak electric current along with hydrogen and oxygen in amounts too small to be easily measured. Others who have tried have been unable to produce the reaction Fong describes.” (Download Mosaic story.)
On 3-23-83, GE Vice-President Ron Schmitt and Fong published a joint statement, that GE workers observed small quantities of “oxidizing and reducing agents, possibly oxygen and hydrogen.”
On 12-31-96, Fong addressed the 1996 report to IR Commissioner Richardson on the court's theft from Treasury of the $48,903.81 to pay NSF OIG staff and revenue officers. In March of 1998, upon the U.S. Attorney's authentication by order of federal court of Steve Beering's three letters and PX 45 tape to explain the origins of the Calvin cycle, IRS Execs. at Boesz's behest removed for more than 10 years the 1996 report from IRS's administrative file.
By this removal was triggered the 10-year statute for DOJ's (Tax) Chief D. Patrick Mullarkey to institutd the Moody Action, United States v. Francis K. Fong, N.D.Ind. U.S. District Court, Cause No. 2:2008cv00082, Hammond Division, which culminated in the court's admission of its trading the PX 45 tape for a broken tape manufactured by Mullarkey, from which were deleted details of Purdue-Calumet Development Foundation's payback of its Illinois Continental Bank short-term notes used to pay off East Chicago's federal loan contracts up to $32m secured from the Federal Housing and Home Finance Agency.
Certainly, Boesz's reliance on Posner's Second Order, the simple plan which exploded in Posner's order of the MacLauchlan and Given murders, would account for the worldwide acceptance of something apparently as transparent a fruad as doing photosynthesis in the dark, contrary to Calvin's finding of the light reaction.
It woul support, preliminarily at least, a conclusion that Beering's account on the PX 45 tape is correct. By that account, now a central feature of Fong's inquiry, PCDF's short-term notes were paid off in an undetectable venue, whereby the Purdue trustees involved Penn State University Board of Trustees to arrange an international transfusion of moneys involving, among other international criminal elements dating back to the 1970's, the Vatican bankers Roberto Calvin and Michele Sindona.
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