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$500,000 Reward offered for whearbouts of Russian Plasma Battery Inventor Dimitri Petronov

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A Russian scientist has been missing almost a year. His friends and family fear the worst after he demonstrated a battery that powered his entire house for more than a year without a single recharge

Anyone who provides information leading me to meet Dimitri Petronov of Moscow and Kiev (His photo is below) can claim payment of a $500,000 USD in total confidence and secrecy. Under no circumstance will your identity be disclosed to anyone even under court order. Dimitri does not owe anyone money, and no harm will come to him if we locate him. On the contrary we have reason to believe he may be in danger and want to help him stay alive and healthy. For more details, please see this link below.

Dimitri was last seen at the Red Star Coffee Shop in Moscow in February of 2010. He formerly was employed on the engineering staff of Antropov Aviation. Dimitri loves to play chess, a card game called “Skat” and likes to frequent libraries to read foreign scientific journals. He is a big soccer fan and will occasionally visit local soccer fields to watch a game. He has a heirloom gold pocket watch, and drinks only gourmet coffee. Dimitri is allergic to cats. He has friends and former classmates in Berlin, Munich, and Kiev. He speaks Russian ,German, and broken English. He has a 5 centimeter scar on his left shoulder and a burn scar on his right forearm about 10 centimeters in diameter.

Dimitri does not use credit cards (always pays in cash) and is agnostic. He has a strong dislike for politicians, and corruption. He loves dark chocolate and has an affinity for dogs and the BBC world news. Dimitri was born in Kiev in 1952. He is now 59 years old. He stands 6 feet tall and weighs 205 lbs. when last seen. The last photo taken of Dimitri here was in 2002. He may look different today.

If you know where Dimitri can be found, please do nothing to alarm him and contact me immediately at this contact email. If you have photos, please send for verification purposes. Thank you for your cooperation. If you find the right Dimitri, you will be paid in cash with no questions asked.

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Thank you for your help. All information provided will be kept in strict confidence. Upon personally meeting Mr. Petronov and verifying his true identity, the reward will be paid in cash to the party who leads us to Mr. Petronov.

3 Comments on "$500,000 Reward offered for whearbouts of Russian Plasma Battery Inventor Dimitri Petronov"

  1. Gina Rouseau on Sun, 17th Apr 2011 4:45 pm 

    I saw this disturbing news on the internet. Why are these inventors being killed off when their energy devices are exactly what we need?!


  2. David Pollock on Tue, 19th Apr 2011 2:52 pm 

    My uncle works for the U.S. Navy in their Weapons Research program, and they have been using Thorium Plasma batteries in the new super long range Mark 48 torpedoes for a few years now. They should be in Fords and Chevys instead of weapons!

    Further, I think any government that must resort to murdering inventors to monopolize a technology are more criminal than Hitler and need to be prosecuted.

  3. stacey drake on Sat, 7th Mar 2015 4:39 pm 

    Anyone think the government has something to do with the disappearance?

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