Johnson & Johnson/McNeil State Murder
['Sean Dix has invented an ingenious device known as “the floss ring”. He brought it to Johnson & Johnson (hereafter “J&J”) in 1994, unaware that J&J had been attempting to develop a similar product of its own, but without success. That began a series of horrendous experiences that culminated on 21 December 2009, with an apparent attempt on his life by means of a massive injection of flouride administered by his long-time dentist. He has made heroic attempts to expose the malfeasance by J&J by contacting local and state authorities.'- Jim Fetzer.]
[2014 Nov] What passes for Justice in New York today: The case of Sean Dix
[2013 Dec] "NYC DA Conducts Vendetta against Inventor – Target of Murder Attempt”
 "Sean Dix and Fluoride: The Hidden Assassin” A recent acute fluoride poisoning occurred in New York City, in which a female dentist (Diana Deidan) administered a syringe of liquid chemicals sublingually to her adult victim (Sean Dix) without his consent. He had, in fact, specifically requested that her staff never use any fluoride products on him, and they verbally agreed to honor this request, prior to administering it to him in a massive dose.
 Flossing Can Be Murder: Inventor Becomes Victim we laid out the basics of his invention of a device to deliver sterile dental floss, which J&J had falsely claimed to have done for nearly a century. Were that fact to be exposed, J&J might well face liability suits for consumer fraud and medical malpractice that could exceed billions of dollars. That J&J had motive to take Sean out makes J&J the prime suspect behind his attempted murder.