This may be aleady known, but for those that don't know:
The Watchtower Society owns stock in company called Rand Cam Engine Corporation, a division of Reg Technologies. This company makes components for smart bombs and the like. There is hard evidence available that you can examine to prove that the WTBTS is GUILTY to yourself.
All companies who trade stock must complete quarterly company reports and file them with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). I will copy from this SEC report, the Watchtowers documented ownership in this company.
This is the link:
On this document, at Part 3, Item 11, page 24, you will see the majority stockholders listed. (You will have to scroll about 3/4 of the way down the page.) This is what you will see:
Class A Shares Owned, Percentage of Class A Shares Owned
John G. Robertson, Chairman of the Board
of Directors, President and Director (1) (2) 5,966,050 58.37%
The Watchtower Society (3) 5,257,900 51.44%
James McCann (4) 5,257,900 51.44%
Rand Energy Group Inc. (5) 5,257,900 51.44%
Jennifer Lorette, Vice President and
Director (6) 85,500 *
James Vandeberg, Chief Operating Officer
and Director 75,000 *
Patrick Badgley, Vice President, Research
and Development and Director
ALL EXECUTIVE OFFICERS &
DIRECTORS AS A GROUP (FOUR
INDIVIDUALS) (7) 6,201,550 60.67%
Well, last December, Rand Cam signed a contract with the U.S. Navy to supply parts/engines for unmanned warcraft. Here is the press release that is on Reg Tech home pag:
Navy Contract Awarded
For Immediate Release: December 6, 2001 - Vancouver B.C. - Reg Technologies, Inc. (RRE.V / OTC BB: REG RF) and its U.S. subsidiary REGI U.S., Inc. (OTC BB: RGUS) wish to announce that a U.S. Navy contract (SBIR No1-144) has been awarded to Advanced Ceramics Research (prime contractor) and REGI U.S., Inc. to build and test a Naval 0.5 horsepower ceramic engine. The proposed engine is a four stroke Rand Cam engine utilizing continuous injection and combustion in a single combustion chamber. The engine will be of all ceramic construction to permit high temperature operation, without cooling, to effectively burn heavy oil. This new motor will be developed for powering the U.S. Navys new Smart War-fighter Array of Re-configurable Modules (SWARM) low cost unmanned aerial vehicle.
REGI U.S., Inc. is currently in negotiations with Advanced Ceramics Research to license the Ceramic Rand Cam Engine for commercial and U.S. Navy applications for this type of engine. REGI U.S., Inc. will receive 30% of the Phase I budget and 50% of the Phase II budget when awarded. The contract should start before the end of the calendar year. The total Phase I and Phase II budgets is expected to be $850,000.
The link for the above is here:
First, click on the icon on the top of the page called "news." Then on the menu choices, pick December 6 2001 and the press release confirming their Naval contract will appear.
JW's Anti War? More like Blood guilty eh?
Edited by - pomegranate on 16 July 2002 8:4:39