although i guess if you're selling a product with that kind of markup - if it is what the lab tests suggest - you can afford to put the screws to a not-for-profit blogger and a college chemistry student who let the cat out of the bag.
here's the link to their gofundme page for those who wish to donate
even if you dont want to donate - sharing this around the web might help these guys out.
http://www.vuurwapenblog.com/uncategori ... -articles/
FIRECLEAN SUES OVER VUURWAPENBLOG ARTICLES
MARCH 31, 2016 ANDREW TUOHY 13 COMMENTS
Recently I discovered that myself and Everett Baker were being sued by FireClean for publishing the results of scientific testing of their product along with, among other things, canola oil. You may read their entire complaint here.
I have set up a GoFundMe page for a legal defense fund here.
A major thrust of their suit is that I claimed or implied their product was Crisco. If you will recall from the first article, I clearly stated “I did not – and still do not – believe that FireClean is Crisco…”
When TFB posted an article titled in part “FireClean is Crisco,” I urged the author to change his title and commented publicly on the article that, again, I did not think FireClean was Crisco.
There are obviously issues with their other claims in the complaint, but that is one I felt needed to be addressed immediately.
Furthermore, the series of articles published here contained tests from three different laboratories, and I published every bit of available data and every relevant quote from those who reviewed the data. FireClean’s legal complaint contains a redacted (missing the full spectra) NMR test from a single laboratory.
More to come.