FW: Two Arrested 6 Years After Eugene Mallove Murder

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2010-04-03 14:24:08

Attachments : Mallove’s book “Fire From Ice” mentions Thermite Sniffer Steven E Jones on 100 pages… From: Kathy Roberts [mailto:weerkhr@pacbell.net] Sent: 03 April 2010 04:47To: Undisclosed-Recipient: ;@smtp125.sbc.mail.sp1.yahoo.comSubject: Two Arrested 6 Years After Eugene Mallove Murder Hard to believe:  “Police suspect Mallove had interrupted a robbery in progress or challenged the perpetrator.” So what’s going on here?   pesn.com/2010/04/02/…   Two arrested six years after Mallove murder Two suspects were arrested Thursday and more arrests are expected in the long drawn out case of the murder of cold fusion physicist and Free Energy science pillar, Dr. Eugene Mallove, formerly with MIT, most famous for his advocacy of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions. Be sure to view the video montage below featuring Dr. Eugene Mallove. Chad M. Schaffer walks into the Norwich Police Department Thursday, April 1, 2010, before his arrest for the 2004 murder of Dr. Eugene Mallove.  Candace L. Foster, 30, inset, was charged with accessory to murder, first-degree robbery and felony murder.Source: NorwichBulletin.com   Compiled by Sterling D. AllanPure Energy Systems News Norwich, Connecticut, USA – Six years after the brutal murder of the much-revered cold fusion scientist, Eugene Mallove, two arrests were made Thursday, and more arrests are expected.  This time, police say these two are without a doubt responsible. (Ref.)Founder and chief editor of Infinite Energy Magazine, Mallove was murdered on May 14, 2004, shortly after his first grandchild was born.Police suspect Mallove had interrupted a robbery in progress or challenged the perpetrator.On April 1, 2010, Norwich city police arrested a man and a woman and charged them each with murder in the 2004 slaying of prominent New Hampshire physicist Eugene Mallove at a family-owned home in Norwich. Mallove was cleaning out his childhood home in Norwich, which was being used as a rental property. A woman interested in renting the house found his brutally beaten body on the lawn that night. Autopsy results indicated Mallove died of a crushed trachea. He suffered 32 lacerations to his face caused by a blunt instrument, as well as numerous other cuts and abrasions. He was 56 years old.Thursday, Police arrested Chad M. Schaffer, 32, and charged him with murder, felony murder and first-degree robbery. He was held on $10 million bond set by New London County State’s Attorney’s Officer for Part “A,” which issued the warrant for his arrest just minutes before police took him into custody.Candace L. Foster, 30, was taken into custody and was charged with accessory to felony murder, murder and first-degree robbery, Patrol Division Commander Capt. Timothy Menard said Thursday in a press release. Foster’s bond, also issued by the State’s Attorney’s Office, was set at $2.5 million.NBC CT learned that both Foster and Shaffer knew Dr. Mallove. This was not a random crime. (Ref.)Social workers from the Department of Children and Families took the minor children of both of the accused into protective custody.”I’m incredibly proud of the guys who spent many long hours to bring this case nearly to a close,” Menard said. “I’m happy the family will eventually get to learn why this happened. They want to know what happened. They want to know why.” (www.norwichbulletin….)”We are so happy that there has been a tremendous advance in Gene’s murder case,” said Christy Frazier, managing editor of Pembroke-based Infinite Energy Magazine, which Mallove founded in 1995. (Ref.)Frazier, who worked with Mallove in the four years before he died, says she and other magazine employees have worked hard to carry on Mallove’s legacy.”We have struggled to keep the magazine healthy and the foundation operational as a testament to Gene’s life work and commitment to the new energy field,” Frazier said. “I believe he would be proud of the work have continued to do in his honor.”  “We await the day Gene and his family can have true justice with the reading of a guilty verdict.” (ibid)Mallove was a 1965 graduate of Norwich Free Academy. After leaving Norwich, he earned graduate degrees from MIT and Harvard University and occupied a respected position in the scientific world. He was a diligent pursuer of the cold fusion theory that hydrogen fusion can occur at room temperature rather than at extreme heat and pressure. It should be noted, though, that near the time of his death, he was questioning whether the nuclear phenomenon being observed was actually fusion. (Ref.)Mallove wrote three books, including “Fire and Ice: Searching for the Truth Behind the Cold Fusion Furor,” a finalist for the 1991 Pulitzer Prize.Here is Part I of a video featuring the late Eugene Mallove in a 2-hour interview with George Noory on Coast to Coast AM, rebroadcast in his honor a few days after he was murdered.  In this excellent video series, user Birdland11 adds photos and video footage from the work of Dr. Mallove. (YouTube; Birdland11; Feb. 14, 2010) Part 2

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