From: Mark Probert on
On Dec 18, 5:50 pm, PeterB - Original <p...(a)mytrashmail.com> wrote:
> On Dec 18, 5:15 pm, Mark Probert <mark.prob...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > On Dec 18, 4:12 pm, PeterB - Original <p...(a)mytrashmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > On Dec 18, 1:48 pm, Mark Probert <mark.prob...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > > On Dec 18, 1:39 pm, Jim <willcox...(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> > > > > Alternative Medicine Pioneer Kidnapped by US Government in Ecuador
> > > > > Medical News Comentaries
> > > > > 17 December 2009 9 Comments
>
> > > > > Dear IMVA,
>
> > > > > Yesterday I received a disturbing email from Greg Caton’s wife,
>
> > > > This the same Gregory James Caton previously convicted of a Felony
> > > > crime in 1990?
>
> > > Yes, for selling herbals, which is a crime depending on how carefully
> > > you step (and sometimes regardless) with regard to product labeling,
> > > lest the seller encroach upon FDA's own monopoly of lies, the most
> > > notable of which is that drugs prevent and cure disease.  Metagenics
> > > was once prosecuted for false claims about a calcium supplement, for
> > > example, but they later won the case when the *existing* science was
> > > produced to support their marketing claims.
>
> > > > The same Gregory James Caton charged with Felon in Possession of
> > > > firearms in 2003? (A lot of them.)
>
> > > WOW, a gun owner and herbal medicine advocate all in the same body.
> > > What's next, Bambi holding a Bowie?
>
> > > > Read the indictment yourself.http://www.meditopia.org/docs/04-20075-01.document1.pdf
>
> > > FDA's drug claims are the premise for charges against him, which means
> > > it's a pretty safe bet that none of this was based on any science
> > > whatsoever, but rather on the perceived risk of competitive threat by
> > > FDA's buddies in the drug business.
>
> > > > He agreed to the prosecution without indictment by the Grand Jury.http://www.meditopia.org/docs/04-20075-01.document2.pdf
>
> > > > He entered a plea of Guilty and accepted Judgmenthttp://www.meditopia.org/docs/04-20075-01.document3.pdf
>
> > > > He agreed to a fine of $250k and 5 years minimum.http://www.meditopia.org/docs/04-20075-01.document4.pdf
>
> > > > And then after he was let out he skipped on his probation, moved to
> > > > another country with lax laws to do the same thing all over again.
>
> > > > All of the case docs here:http://www.meditopia.org/docs
>
> > > What a busy penguin you are these days, Potemkin.  You might want to
> > > read the other side of the story on Caton's website, athttp://www.altcancer.com/h3o.htm.
>
> > > > No wonder Mikey Adams supports him.
>
> > > And you don't, because the rights of citizens in a free society mean
> > > nothing to you.
>
> > Au contraire. However, there is no question that his marketing tactics
> > violarted Federal law.
>
> Oh?  What proof do you have that his company's marketing violated
> Federal Law?

See here:

http://www.fda.gov/downloads/ICECI/EnforcementActions/EnforcementStory/EnforcementStoryArchive/UCM091477.pdf

SInce you are too lazy to go to the website, I will cut an paste the
relevant part:

Unapproved New Drugs Sold as Treatment for Cancer

This investigation was initiated based on information regarding the
illegal activities of a food processing plant called Lumen Food
Corporation, located in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Lumen Food
Corporation advertised products via an Internet website www.altcancer.com
under the name of Alpha Omega Labs, located in Nassau, Bahamas. These
products were advertised as containing medicinal qualities for the
treatment of cancer and many other diseases.

From 1999 to 2003, Gregory Caton, President of Lumen Food Corporation,
and his employees utilized Alpha Omega Labs to take direct orders for
these unapproved new drugs. The chemical substances were not approved
for sale by FDA. As a result of the scheme, Caton received
approximately $950,000. In order to legally market a drug in
interstate commerce, the drug’s manufacturer is required to comply
with all applicable provisions of the Act in order to ensure that the
products sold are safe for humans and effective for their intended
uses.

On at least two occasions known to FDA, the items shipped by Caton’s
firm and used by consumers resulted in bodily injury and harm. The
products were Cansema Tonic III and H3O. Cansema Tonic III was
advertised for use in the cure, mitigation, treatment or prevention of
cancer. H3O was advertised for use in the cure, mitigation, treatment,
or prevention of athlete’s foot, cuts and burns, eczema, fingernail
fungus, chronic gas, gastroenteritis, gingivitis and periodontal
disease, halitosis, herpes sores, ophthalmia, psoriasis, sore throat,
strep throat and wounds. Caton did not have an IND application on file
with FDA.

On September 17, 2003, a federal search warrant was executed at
Caton’s residence, Lumen Food Corporation, and an industrial site
owned by Caton. All of these locations were in Lake Charles,
Louisiana.

During the search of Caton’s residence, a cache of weapons were found
consisting of 3 semi-automatic rifles, 1 bolt action rifle, 2
shotguns, a semi-automatic pistol, 10/252 rounds of amunition, 3 body
armor vests, 1 leg armor and 2 bullet resistant helmets. The weapons,
armor and ammunition were found concealed in a hidden compartment that
was inside a closet. Caton was arrested on possession of firearms by a
convicted felon.

Numerous misbranded and unapproved new drugs were seized during the
search at Lumen Food Corporation, as well as items deemed as hazardous
materials by chemical engineers. Also seized were 16/55 gallon drums
of a liquid corrosive material at the industrial site owned by Caton.
This liquid was subsequently identified as sulfuric acid and was
mislabeled as non-corrosive. All of the hazardous materials seized
were subsequently destroyed by a hazardous materials disposal company.

On May 26, 2004, Caton was convicted of violating Title 18 U.S.C. 1341
- Mail Fraud; and Title 21 U.S.C. 331(d), 355(a) and 333(a)(2) -
Introduction into Interstate Commerce of Unapproved New Drugs. Caton
also forfeited 2 buildings and his residence in Lake Charles,
Louisiana.

On August 24, 2004, Caton was sentenced to 33 months incarceration to
be followed by 3 years supervised release.

Now, Petey, show us your skills as coming up with new meaning of
words, torturning logic, and whoing that you will defend anyone.

> > One does not get prosecuted without having
> > apmple opportunity to prove one's claims with some science.
>
> Care to provide any documentation on those claims, and how they were
> false?

Wrong. I do not have to prove that they were false, Mr. Red Herring.
Caton had the burden of proof that his claims were true.

> > He skipped that part. Even Hulda's Henchmen saw the wise thing to do
> > was to stop making unsupportable claims.
>
> You have only pointed to an indictment, no actual evidence of what was
> claimed.  Typical.

See the link above.

> > As for being a felon in possession, I often wonder how the gun right
> > absolutists, those who claim that owning a gun is an inalienable right....
>
> An "inalienable" right is not the same as one provided for under the
> US Constitution.

Quite true. The absolutists make that distinction.

> > (one that cannot be removed under any circumstances) and then support
> > prisoners not being armed.
>
> Non sequitur.  Prisoners are incarcerated with many rights suspended.
> Caton was not in jail.

However, he had been jailed for conviction of a felony, and thus lost
his right to own or possess firearms. The fact that he did so shows
his disregard for the law.

> > If the right is inalienable, then even they
> > should be carrying. I heard that prison is a dangerous place, with
> > lots of criminals.
>
> You are dangerous but somehow free.  Don't tell me, you have an
> "inalienable" right to practice stupidity without a license.-

When I inquired, I was told that you bought all of them.


From: PeterB - Original on
On Dec 19, 12:44 am, "Peter B" <origin...(a)frag.com> wrote:
> "PeterB - Original" <p...(a)mytrashmail.com> wrote in messagenews:135886c7-3b93-4e63-8387-cdabf33f107d(a)c3g2000yqd.googlegroups.com...
> On Dec 18, 5:15 pm, Mark Probert <mark.prob...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > On Dec 18, 4:12 pm, PeterB - Original <p...(a)mytrashmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > On Dec 18, 1:48 pm, Mark Probert <mark.prob...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > > On Dec 18, 1:39 pm, Jim <willcox...(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> > > > > Alternative Medicine Pioneer Kidnapped by US Government in
> > > > > Ecuador
> > > > > Medical News Comentaries
> > > > > 17 December 2009 9 Comments
>
> > > > > Dear IMVA,
>
> > > > > Yesterday I received a disturbing email from Greg Caton's wife,
>
> > > > This the same Gregory James Caton previously convicted of a Felony
> > > > crime in 1990?
>
> > > Yes, for selling herbals, which is a crime depending on how
> > > carefully
> > > you step (and sometimes regardless) with regard to product labeling,
> > > lest the seller encroach upon FDA's own monopoly of lies, the most
> > > notable of which is that drugs prevent and cure disease.  Metagenics
> > > was once prosecuted for false claims about a calcium supplement, for
> > > example, but they later won the case when the *existing* science was
> > > produced to support their marketing claims.
>
> > > > The same Gregory James Caton charged with Felon in Possession of
> > > > firearms in 2003? (A lot of them.)
>
> > > WOW, a gun owner and herbal medicine advocate all in the same body.
> > > What's next, Bambi holding a Bowie?
>
> > > > Read the indictment
> > > > yourself.http://www.meditopia.org/docs/04-20075-01.document1.pdf
>
> > > FDA's drug claims are the premise for charges against him, which
> > > means
> > > it's a pretty safe bet that none of this was based on any science
> > > whatsoever, but rather on the perceived risk of competitive threat
> > > by
> > > FDA's buddies in the drug business.
>
> > > > He agreed to the prosecution without indictment by the Grand
> > > > Jury.http://www.meditopia.org/docs/04-20075-01.document2.pdf
>
> > > > He entered a plea of Guilty and accepted
> > > > Judgmenthttp://www.meditopia.org/docs/04-20075-01.document3.pdf
>
> > > > He agreed to a fine of $250k and 5 years
> > > > minimum.http://www.meditopia.org/docs/04-20075-01.document4.pdf
>
> > > > And then after he was let out he skipped on his probation, moved
> > > > to
> > > > another country with lax laws to do the same thing all over again.
>
> > > > All of the case docs here:http://www.meditopia.org/docs
>
> > > What a busy penguin you are these days, Potemkin.  You might want to
> > > read the other side of the story on Caton's website,
> > > athttp://www.altcancer.com/h3o.htm.
>
> > > > No wonder Mikey Adams supports him.
>
> > > And you don't, because the rights of citizens in a free society mean
> > > nothing to you.
>
> > Au contraire. However, there is no question that his marketing tactics
> > violarted Federal law.
>
> Oh?  What proof do you have that his company's marketing violated
> Federal Law?
>
> > One does not get prosecuted without having
> > apmple opportunity to prove one's claims with some science.
>
> Care to provide any documentation on those claims, and how they were
> false?
>
> > He skipped that part. Even Hulda's Henchmen saw the wise thing to do
> > was to stop making unsupportable claims.
>
> You have only pointed to an indictment, no actual evidence of what was
> claimed.  Typical.
>
> > As for being a felon in possession, I often wonder how the gun right
> > absolutists, those who claim that owning a gun is an inalienable
> > right...
>
> An "inalienable" right is not the same as one provided for under the
> US Constitution.
>
> > (one that cannot be removed under any circumstances) and then support
> > prisoners not being armed.
>
> Non sequitur.  Prisoners are incarcerated with many rights suspended.
> Caton was not in jail.
>
> > If the right is inalienable, then even they
> > should be carrying. I heard that prison is a dangerous place, with
> > lots of criminals.
>
> You are dangerous but somehow free.  Don't tell me, you have an
> "inalienable" right to practice stupidity without a license.
> ===========================================
> There is only one such license, and you bought it. It is a matter of
> public records.

You can now return to your sandbox, newbie.
From: Jan Drew on
On Dec 18, 8:55�pm, Mark Probert <mark.prob...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> On Dec 18, 6:06�pm, Jan Drew <jdrew63...(a)aol.com> wrote:
>
> Snip

No, I didn't post that. You did. What you snip I restore:

Mark S Probert is eager to talk about others, but lies over and over
about his own disbarrment.

http://www.humanticsfoundation.com/sandraprobert.htm


In the Matter of Mark Probert (Admitted as Mark S. Probert), a
Suspended Attorney, Respondent.
Grievance Committee for the Tenth Judicial District, Petitioner.


92-02731


SUPREME COURT OF NEW YORK, APPELLATE DIVISION, SECOND DEPARTMENT


183 A.D.2d 282; 590 N.Y.S.2d 747


November 9, 1992, Decided


PRIOR HISTORY: [***1]


Disciplinary proceedings instituted by the Grievance Committee for
the
Tenth Judicial District. Respondent was admitted to the Bar on
February 15, 1978, at a term of the Appellate Division of the Supreme
Court in the Second Judicial Department, under the name Mark S.
Probert.


DISPOSITION: Ordered that the petitioner's motion to impose
discipline
upon the respondent based upon his failure to appear or answer is
granted; and it is further,


HEADNOTES: Attorney and Client - Disciplinary Proceedings


Respondent attorney, who is charged with 22 counts of failing to
cooperate with investigations of alleged misconduct by the Grievance
Committee, and who has failed to answer or appear, is disbarred.


COUNSEL:


Frank A. Finnerty, Jr., Westbury (Muriel L. Gennosa of counsel), for
petitioner.


JUDGES: Mangano, P. J., Thompson, Bracken, Sullivan and Harwood, JJ.,
concur.


Ordered that the petitioner's motion to impose discipline upon the
respondent based upon his failure to appear or answer is granted; and
it is further,


Ordered that pursuant to Judiciary Law � 90, effective immediately,
the respondent, Mark Probert, is disbarred and his name is stricken
from the roll of attorneys and counselors-at-law; and it is further,


Ordered that the respondent shall continue to comply with this
Court's
rules governing the conduct of disbarred, suspended and resigned
attorneys (22 NYCRR 691.10); and it is further,


Ordered that pursuant to Judiciary [***2] Law � 90, the respondent,
Mark Probert, is commanded to continue to desist and refrain (1) from
practicing law in any form, either as principal or as agent, clerk or
employee of another, (2) from appearing as an attorney or
counselor-at-law before any court, Judge, Justice, board, commission
or other public authority, (3) from giving to another an opinion as
to
the law or its application or any advice in relation thereto, and (4)
from holding himself out in any way as an attorney and
counselor-at-law.


OPINIONBY: Per Curiam.


OPINION: [*282]


[**747] By decision and order of this Court dated September 29,
1989, the respondent was suspended from the practice of law until the
further order of this Court based upon his failure to cooperate with
the Grievance Committee. By further order of this Court dated June 4,
1992, the Grievance Committee was authorized to institute and
prosecute a disciplinary proceeding [*283] against the respondent
and the Honorable Moses M. Weinstein was appointed as Special
Referee.


[**748] A notice of petition and petition was personally served upon
the respondent on July 2, 1992. No answer was forthcoming. The
petitioner now moves to hold the [***3] respondent in default. The
motion was personally served upon the respondent on August 14, 1992.
The respondent has failed to submit any papers in response to the
default motion.


The charges involve 22 counts of the respondent's failure to
cooperate
with the Grievance Committee in its investigations into complaints of
professional misconduct.


The charges, if established, would require the imposition of a
disciplinary sanction against the respondent. Since the respondent
has
chosen not to appear or answer in these proceedings, the charges must
be deemed established. The petitioner's motion to hold the respondent
in default and impose discipline is, therefore, granted. Accordingly,
the respondent is disbarred and his name is stricken from the roll of
attorneys and counselors-at-law, effective immediately


Source:


NY UNIFIED COURT SYSTEM, ATTORNEY REGIST. UNIT


Currency Status:


ARCHIVE RECORD


NAME & PROFESSIONAL INFORMATION


Name:


MARK PROBERT


Date Of Birth:


11/XX/1946


Gender:


MALE


Address:


1698 WEBSTER AVE


MERRICK, NY 11566


County:


NASSAU


Phone:


516-968-5572


EMPLOYER INFORMATION


Employer:


MARK S PROBERT ESQ


Organization:


PERSON


LICENSING INFORMATION


Licensing Agency:


NY STATE OFFICE OF COURT ADMINISTRATION


License/Certification Type:


ATTORNEY


License Number:


1253889


Issue Date:


00/00/1978


License Status:


DISBARRED


License State:


NY



>
> Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

From: Jan Drew on
On Dec 19, 10:58 am, Mark Probert <mark.prob...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> On Dec 18, 5:50 pm, PeterB - Original <p...(a)mytrashmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > On Dec 18, 5:15 pm, Mark Probert <mark.prob...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > On Dec 18, 4:12 pm, PeterB - Original <p...(a)mytrashmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > > On Dec 18, 1:48 pm, Mark Probert <mark.prob...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > > > On Dec 18, 1:39 pm, Jim <willcox...(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> > > > > > Alternative Medicine Pioneer Kidnapped by US Government in Ecuador
> > > > > > Medical News Comentaries
> > > > > > 17 December 2009 9 Comments
>
> > > > > > Dear IMVA,
>
> > > > > > Yesterday I received a disturbing email from Greg Caton’s wife,
>
> > > > > This the same Gregory James Caton previously convicted of a Felony
> > > > > crime in 1990?
>
> > > > Yes, for selling herbals, which is a crime depending on how carefully
> > > > you step (and sometimes regardless) with regard to product labeling,
> > > > lest the seller encroach upon FDA's own monopoly of lies, the most
> > > > notable of which is that drugs prevent and cure disease.  Metagenics
> > > > was once prosecuted for false claims about a calcium supplement, for
> > > > example, but they later won the case when the *existing* science was
> > > > produced to support their marketing claims.
>
> > > > > The same Gregory James Caton charged with Felon in Possession of
> > > > > firearms in 2003? (A lot of them.)
>
> > > > WOW, a gun owner and herbal medicine advocate all in the same body.
> > > > What's next, Bambi holding a Bowie?
>
> > > > > Read the indictment yourself.http://www.meditopia.org/docs/04-20075-01.document1.pdf
>
> > > > FDA's drug claims are the premise for charges against him, which means
> > > > it's a pretty safe bet that none of this was based on any science
> > > > whatsoever, but rather on the perceived risk of competitive threat by
> > > > FDA's buddies in the drug business.
>
> > > > > He agreed to the prosecution without indictment by the Grand Jury..http://www.meditopia.org/docs/04-20075-01.document2.pdf

The FDA=organized medicine and commit fraud.
>
> > > > > He entered a plea of Guilty and accepted Judgmenthttp://www.meditopia.org/docs/04-20075-01.document3.pdf
>
> > > > > He agreed to a fine of $250k and 5 years minimum.http://www.meditopia.org/docs/04-20075-01.document4.pdf
>
> > > > > And then after he was let out he skipped on his probation, moved to
> > > > > another country with lax laws to do the same thing all over again..
>
> > > > > All of the case docs here:http://www.meditopia.org/docs
>
> > > > What a busy penguin you are these days, Potemkin.  You might want to
> > > > read the other side of the story on Caton's website, athttp://www.altcancer.com/h3o.htm.
>
> > > > > No wonder Mikey Adams supports him.

There is no such person. Mike Adams tells it like it is, unlike you.
>
> > > > And you don't, because the rights of citizens in a free society mean
> > > > nothing to you.
>
> > > Au contraire. However, there is no question that his marketing tactics
> > > violarted Federal law.
>
> > Oh?  What proof do you have that his company's marketing violated
> > Federal Law?
>
> See here:
>
> http://www.fda.gov/downloads/ICECI/EnforcementActions/EnforcementStor...

FDA & CDC = Organized medicine and are proven liars who commit fraud.
>
> SInce you are too lazy to go to the website, I will cut an paste the
> relevant part:
>
> Unapproved New Drugs Sold as Treatment for Cancer
>
> This investigation was initiated based on information regarding the
> illegal activities of a food processing plant called Lumen Food
> Corporation, located in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Lumen Food
> Corporation advertised products via an Internet websitewww.altcancer.com
> under the name of Alpha Omega Labs, located in Nassau, Bahamas. These
> products were advertised as containing medicinal qualities for the
> treatment of cancer and many other diseases.
>
> From 1999 to 2003, Gregory Caton, President of Lumen Food Corporation,
> and his employees utilized Alpha Omega Labs to take direct orders for
> these unapproved new drugs. The chemical substances were not approved
> for sale by FDA. As a result of the scheme, Caton received
> approximately $950,000. In order to legally market a drug in
> interstate commerce, the drug’s manufacturer is required to comply
> with all applicable provisions of the Act in order to ensure that the
> products sold are safe for humans and effective for their intended
> uses.
>
> On at least two occasions known to FDA, the items shipped by Caton’s
> firm and used by consumers resulted in bodily injury and harm. The
> products were Cansema Tonic III and H3O. Cansema Tonic III was
> advertised for use in the cure, mitigation, treatment or prevention of
> cancer. H3O was advertised for use in the cure, mitigation, treatment,
> or prevention of athlete’s foot, cuts and burns, eczema, fingernail
> fungus, chronic gas, gastroenteritis, gingivitis and periodontal
> disease, halitosis, herpes sores, ophthalmia, psoriasis, sore throat,
> strep throat and wounds. Caton did not have an IND application on file
> with FDA.
>
> On September 17, 2003, a federal search warrant was executed at
> Caton’s residence, Lumen Food Corporation, and an industrial site
> owned by Caton. All of these locations were in Lake Charles,
> Louisiana.
>
> During the search of Caton’s residence, a cache of weapons were found
> consisting of 3 semi-automatic rifles, 1 bolt action rifle, 2
> shotguns, a semi-automatic pistol, 10/252 rounds of amunition, 3 body
> armor vests, 1 leg armor and 2 bullet resistant helmets. The weapons,
> armor and ammunition were found concealed in a hidden compartment that
> was inside a closet. Caton was arrested on possession of firearms by a
> convicted felon.
>
> Numerous misbranded and unapproved new drugs were seized during the
> search at Lumen Food Corporation, as well as items deemed as hazardous
> materials by chemical engineers. Also seized were 16/55 gallon drums
> of a liquid corrosive material at the industrial site owned by Caton.
> This liquid was subsequently identified as sulfuric acid and was
> mislabeled as non-corrosive. All of the hazardous materials seized
> were subsequently destroyed by a hazardous materials disposal company.
>
> On May 26, 2004, Caton was convicted of violating Title 18 U.S.C. 1341
> - Mail Fraud; and Title 21 U.S.C. 331(d), 355(a) and 333(a)(2) -
> Introduction into Interstate Commerce of Unapproved New Drugs. Caton
> also forfeited 2 buildings and his residence in Lake Charles,
> Louisiana.
>
> On August 24, 2004, Caton was sentenced to 33 months incarceration to
> be followed by 3 years supervised release.
>
> Now, Petey, show us your skills as coming up with new meaning of
> words, torturning logic, and whoing that you will defend anyone.
>
> > > One does not get prosecuted without having
> > > apmple opportunity to prove one's claims with some science.
>
> > Care to provide any documentation on those claims, and how they were
> > false?
>
> Wrong. I do not have to prove that they were false, Mr. Red Herring.
> Caton had the burden of proof that his claims were true.
>
<skip more speaking of the dead> Get help with your OCD.

http://www.altcancer.com/

How Cansema® Secured
Its Own FDA Approval

Read this eye-opening release . . . and so much more in the Ashwin
archive . . . HRx is reintroduced in the October, 2009 Ashwin, along
with our new Bioelectronic Therapy department . . . Read Meditopia.org
on the history of Alpha Omega Labs and Cansema®.

We reopened Alpha Omega Labs on June 2, 2008 and have been steadily
working on adding our old formulas (and a few new ones) since.
Unless otherwise specified, products are shipped from Guayaquil,
Ecuador -- at very competitive rates and delivery schedules.
Since we are able to provide a comparable product list for Cansema®
Salve, CanSupport, PhytoRx, Old Amish Dewormer, Neem and Acemannan
products from other vendors -- in addition to U.S. government
restrictions on some products -- some of our former products are not
being shipped into the United States. We will continue to ship our
other available products into the United States, with the exception of
H3O.
For the latest store availability, please see our order center. Our
product line-up now consists of roughly 160 of the more than 350
product items (or SKU's) we carried at the time of the FDA raid.
Approximately 40 additional products (including products from our old
order form) are planned for release in the next 60 days.

http://www.altcancer.com/cantest.htm#oleary

Brian O'Leary is a widely regarded author, scientist, and former NASA
astronaut. His 11 published books and numerous articles make
compelling arguments for the development of "free energy" -- and an
end to the suppression of disruptive technologies, in general, that
are necessary for the future of humanity. His Ecuadorean paradise in
Vilcabamba, Montesueños, serves as a retreat for like-minded thinkers,
writers, and other intellectuals.


Dr. Brian O'Leary's testimonial is the basis for a chapter in
Tomorrow's Cancer Cures Today: 25 Secret Therapies from Around the
World by Dr. Allan Spreen (M.D.), put out by Agora Publishing.
The rough details -- without revealing too much of the book's content
-- are as follows:

Dr. O'Leary had suffered from an incurable lesion on his back for
three years. When he went to have it biopsied, he was told that he had
a BCC (basal cell carcinoma) and that it would need to be surgically
removed.
He very reluctantly agreed to the surgery, knowing that surgeons
"usually underestimate" the resulting side effects of the surgery.
Three days before the surgery was set to occur, O'Leary met with AO
Labs' founder, Greg Caton, to discuss his case. Based on the input
from Caton and that of other successful Cansema users, O'Leary
cancelled his surgery and used Cansema instead.
Dr. O'Leary indicates in his book interview that the process was
"somewhat painful," but "a lot better than surgery."
Three applications were made over a period of three months, and "now
it's virtually all gone . . . I’m feeling pretty good and quite
healed! The thing on my back is…nothing like it was before I started
taking the Cansema . . . this treatment worked so well that I didn’t
have to have surgery -- so that’s basically my…very happy
story." (July 1, 2008)
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From: Peter B on

"PeterB - Original" <pkm(a)mytrashmail.com> wrote in message
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On Dec 19, 12:44 am, "Peter B" <origin...(a)frag.com> wrote:
> "PeterB - Original" <p...(a)mytrashmail.com> wrote in
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> On Dec 18, 5:15 pm, Mark Probert <mark.prob...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>
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> > On Dec 18, 4:12 pm, PeterB - Original <p...(a)mytrashmail.com> wrote:
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> > > On Dec 18, 1:48 pm, Mark Probert <mark.prob...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > > On Dec 18, 1:39 pm, Jim <willcox...(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
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> > > > > Alternative Medicine Pioneer Kidnapped by US Government in
> > > > > Ecuador
> > > > > Medical News Comentaries
> > > > > 17 December 2009 9 Comments
>
> > > > > Dear IMVA,
>
> > > > > Yesterday I received a disturbing email from Greg Caton's
> > > > > wife,
>
> > > > This the same Gregory James Caton previously convicted of a
> > > > Felony
> > > > crime in 1990?
>
> > > Yes, for selling herbals, which is a crime depending on how
> > > carefully
> > > you step (and sometimes regardless) with regard to product
> > > labeling,
> > > lest the seller encroach upon FDA's own monopoly of lies, the most
> > > notable of which is that drugs prevent and cure disease.
> > > Metagenics
> > > was once prosecuted for false claims about a calcium supplement,
> > > for
> > > example, but they later won the case when the *existing* science
> > > was
> > > produced to support their marketing claims.
>
> > > > The same Gregory James Caton charged with Felon in Possession of
> > > > firearms in 2003? (A lot of them.)
>
> > > WOW, a gun owner and herbal medicine advocate all in the same
> > > body.
> > > What's next, Bambi holding a Bowie?
>
> > > > Read the indictment
> > > > yourself.http://www.meditopia.org/docs/04-20075-01.document1.pdf
>
> > > FDA's drug claims are the premise for charges against him, which
> > > means
> > > it's a pretty safe bet that none of this was based on any science
> > > whatsoever, but rather on the perceived risk of competitive threat
> > > by
> > > FDA's buddies in the drug business.
>
> > > > He agreed to the prosecution without indictment by the Grand
> > > > Jury.http://www.meditopia.org/docs/04-20075-01.document2.pdf
>
> > > > He entered a plea of Guilty and accepted
> > > > Judgmenthttp://www.meditopia.org/docs/04-20075-01.document3.pdf
>
> > > > He agreed to a fine of $250k and 5 years
> > > > minimum.http://www.meditopia.org/docs/04-20075-01.document4.pdf
>
> > > > And then after he was let out he skipped on his probation, moved
> > > > to
> > > > another country with lax laws to do the same thing all over
> > > > again.
>
> > > > All of the case docs here:http://www.meditopia.org/docs
>
> > > What a busy penguin you are these days, Potemkin. You might want
> > > to
> > > read the other side of the story on Caton's website,
> > > athttp://www.altcancer.com/h3o.htm.
>
> > > > No wonder Mikey Adams supports him.
>
> > > And you don't, because the rights of citizens in a free society
> > > mean
> > > nothing to you.
>
> > Au contraire. However, there is no question that his marketing
> > tactics
> > violarted Federal law.
>
> Oh? What proof do you have that his company's marketing violated
> Federal Law?
>
> > One does not get prosecuted without having
> > apmple opportunity to prove one's claims with some science.
>
> Care to provide any documentation on those claims, and how they were
> false?
>
> > He skipped that part. Even Hulda's Henchmen saw the wise thing to do
> > was to stop making unsupportable claims.
>
> You have only pointed to an indictment, no actual evidence of what was
> claimed. Typical.
>
> > As for being a felon in possession, I often wonder how the gun right
> > absolutists, those who claim that owning a gun is an inalienable
> > right...
>
> An "inalienable" right is not the same as one provided for under the
> US Constitution.
>
> > (one that cannot be removed under any circumstances) and then
> > support
> > prisoners not being armed.
>
> Non sequitur. Prisoners are incarcerated with many rights suspended.
> Caton was not in jail.
>
> > If the right is inalienable, then even they
> > should be carrying. I heard that prison is a dangerous place, with
> > lots of criminals.
>
> You are dangerous but somehow free. Don't tell me, you have an
> "inalienable" right to practice stupidity without a license.
> ===========================================
> There is only one such license, and you bought it. It is a matter of
> public records.

You can now return to your sandbox, newbie.
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What I love is that you buy into your fears.