From the December 2009 Idaho Observer:
Convicted and jailed energy machine developer released on bail
San Diego, CA – On the evening of December 18, after 10 months in jail, Jim Folsom was released on bail. Folsom was a manufacturer and distributor of the BioSolutions bio-resonance instrument based on Royal Rife’s technology. Without any warning through the mail or phone, his company was raided in April 2003 under “Operation Cure All”, run by the FDA/FTC and U.S. Postal Service alliance. A lot of equipment, including over 500 instruments and office records were confiscated. Jim and his wife, Sata, were shocked and terrorized by the task force who stormed through their home with guns.
Nothing happened after the raid until the week before the statute of limitations expired. Then Jim was arrested and charged with many felony counts including selling a class III medical instrument without a license. Jim, despite being offered a plea bargain whereby he would plead guilty to a misdemeanor, pay a $250 fine, not sell his devices for one year, and be under (unsupervised) probation for one year, decided to fight it and go to trial.
Folsom saw it as an opportunity to clear the Rife name once and for all, and increase the possibilities for moving his instruments into the public’s hands where they belong. But, instead, the trial was rigged and in the end Jim was found guilty of 26 felony charges (despite being told up to and during the trial it was only three), which allowed for a possible maximum sentence of 140 years in prison and $500,000 in fines.
Dozens of Rife technology advocates saw the persecution of Folsom as a direct attack on Rife-based instruments currently being sold worldwide. Folsom has hundreds of testimonials where his devices improved physical symptoms and, in many cases, led to full remission. Folsom did not have any dissatisfied customers.
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