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Man charged for producing household electricity
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 17266841:MV8yMDYxODQ4XzM0Njg4MDE1XzhEODJBODQ5] [quote:Stupid people 16172614:MV8yMDYxODQ4XzM0Njg3OTg4Xzc1NDM0NDY0] Excuse me but where in this article does it say he had anything "hooked" up to anything else? It says "The Crown's position is that he had this man-made assembly in his house suspended from the ceiling by thin ropes. "There was a car battery and cans of petrol nearby." Man made assembly (Free energy derived from magnets, ect) This dude could have made the same device so many OTHERS have made that end up being "suicided" over. They add the quote "car battery and cans of petrol nearby" just to give this the usual "fear" tactic that will easily be accepted by most ignorant sheeple... like the shills posting all over this post. It says NOTHING about anything about the device this man made. It could have been no more dangerous then a couple of magnets slapped together. The "FEAR" factor is purposely done to sell the lie. [/quote] Investigators could have found a Playboy and some condoms and called him a pervert. Add some pictures of kids on the fireplace mantel and he's a pedo. The women's clothing in the closet is immediate proof he's a transsexual too, that they don't actually belong to the woman of the house. Cooking oil in the kitchen, clearly a terrorist. [/quote]
link to www.bbc.co.uk
A Dundee man has been accused of "recklessly producing household electricity" with a bizarre home-made transformer.
Charles McKenzie is alleged to have rigged up a "dangerous transformer assembly" at his flat in Dundee's Dudhope Court to generate power.
Mr McKenzie, 55, was not at Dundee Sheriff Court to face the charge of culpable and reckless conduct.
Sheriff George Way continued the case without plea for three weeks.
The charge alleges Mr McKenzie "culpably and recklessly" produced electricity "with total disregard for the safety of yourself and others".
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