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worelia

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Dewayne Smith got a kick in the a**
« on: June 14, 2016, 08:24:41 PM »

Dewayne Lee Smith tried to trick out the news media by sending out a "press release" via "Newswire".

But CBS8 kicked him out:

http://www.cbs8.com/story/32211055/world-renown-bx-protocol-for-lyme-disease-at-no-cost

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Removed. Ah, yes. Sure. What had been there before? This "press release" by Smith, actually nothing but a load of garbage and lies.

Do note this peculiar detail: "Disinformation Campaign Against BX Protocol (Be Advised)"

I guess the guys with the white coats ought to get ready to "collect" Smith and deposit him in a lunatics asylum.


http://www.cbs8.com/story/32211055/world-renown-bx-protocol-for-lyme-disease-at-no-cost

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World Renown BX Protocol for Lyme Disease... at NO COST? - CBS News 8 - San Diego, CA News Station - KFMB Channel 8

World Renown BX Protocol for Lyme Disease... at NO COST?

Posted: Jun 13, 2016 8:21 PM CUT
Delta Institute International is currently sponsoring a 30-day "performance-based enrollment study", supported by the world renowned BX Protocol for victims of Lyme disease. ***$1400.00 Value*** (200 person limit)

Hong Kong - June 13, 2016 - (Newswire.com)
This study follows the company's previous 30-day “money back guarantee” study aimed at evaluating the effects of a money back guarantee on bolstering credibility and consumer confidence, as well as enrollment rates and refund request rates. The results of this study were impressive, revealing that the money back guarantee dramatically reduced the friction associated with investing in costly medical treatments without possessing a fair level of confidence that the treatment is viable. This study demonstrated less than a 2% drop out rate, making this approach mutually attractive for the organization and consumer alike.
Money Back Guarantee vs. Performance-Based Trial
The objective of the current study is aimed at comparing enrollment rates between the two models. The advantage for the consumer is that they are not required to provide any “up front” cost at all, representing a legitimate “RISK-FREE” proposition. In this case, the company assumes maximum risk, but with the potential for maximum enrollments. Ironically, using this model, the consumer and not the company becomes the primary source for potential fraud. Accordingly, the Delta organization asserts that they will implement due diligence strategies for minimizing risk associated with patients enrolling in the trial without the financial capabilities to enroll in the full program after the 30-day trial has ended. Delta's full program consists of a one year medically supervised protocol managed online with doctor oversight 5 days a week. The program is also accompanied by a second year maintenance period. The cost of the full membership is $16,995.00 The value of the 30-day period is calculated at 1/12the cost of the one year membership.
“This approach is certainly putting your money where your mouth is,” says consumer advocate Stan Verner. “A performance trial of this nature would require tremendous confidence in your product or service. Unfortunately, it seems to be a foreign concept in western medicine that a company should get paid or reimbursed on the basis of treatment outcomes rather than the strength of their television advertising. I applaud the company and wish them well.”
Unconventional programs, such as the BX protocol, are routinely criticized by the orthodox medical community for a lack of reliable information regarding safety and effectiveness. The obvious paradox with this assertion is that pharmaceutical drugs account for the 5th leading cause of death in the United States and are erroneously classified by the FDA as “safe and effective”. Unfortunately, Big Pharma has a knack for casting doubt on common sense, however, many would argue that performance-based outcomes using non-toxic nutraceuticals are a step above the FDA's statistical notion of safety and effectiveness.
Performance-based models like the ones offered through the Delta organization are somewhat unprecedented. Imagine asking your doctor if you could try his preferred treatment for 30-days at no cost. Moreover, the Delta organization is including a full medical review, medical consult, 30-days of medical case management, in addition to the costly nutraceuticals. Their reliance on pure performance should go a long way in nullifying skepticism. And with a customer satisfaction rate of 96.4%, the organization’s confidence may be warranted. Only time will tell.
Study Details
The enrollment group will be limited to 200 individuals. Each individual will be required to provide performance evaluations that will be posted on a public website for review.
Additionally, enrollees will require a referral from an integrative doctor or qualified Lyme-literate healthcare professional.
Please visit the following website for enrollment details. www.LymePerformanceStudy.com

Disinformation Campaign Against BX Protocol (Be Advised)

In 2013 a suppression of dissent campaign was launched against the BX Protocol. A professionally hired counter-intelligence security firm identified 2 pharmaceutical companies involved in the funding and a New York based media firm that was contracted with to manage the campaign. This action against the Bx Protocol includes a vast network of forums, websites, blogs, and physician and university groups, representing a formidable network of media resources.
Attacks against the BX Protocol, its founders, affiliates, members, and associates include:
1. Deleting, modifying, misquoting, and fabricating information about the BX Protocol, its founders, affiliates, members, and associates.
2. Obstructing research with 3 separate universities.
3. Dissemination of rumors.
4. Posing as patients in forums, social media, or other internet venues.
5. Filing formal complaints with government agencies. (Making complaints is one of their key tactics McDermott et al., 2014).
The New York media firm certainly has their work cut out for them when Delta offers a treatment with a complete money back guarantee or performance-based risk-free trial period. Delta has not lashed out against the falsehoods circulated by their foes, but they have not avoided the attacks either.
“At Delta Institute, we don't spend our time worrying about our adversaries. We recognize that rebuttals and legal reviews, though indispensable to establishing the truth, do not result in winning over the consumer. "Winning" results from credibility and a relationship of trust, built on a foundation of integrity, loyalty, and performance. We will never intentionally break the trust of our members.” (Dewayne Smith, Ph.D, Board of Governors)
For more details about attacks against the Bx Protocol visit:
www.bxprotocolforum.com

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worelia

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Re: Dewayne Smith got a kick in the a**
« Reply #2 on: June 15, 2016, 06:18:50 PM »

"Delta Institute", "BX Protocol", etc., is shit and lies. Now their "legal department" exposed itself as a braindead Scientology parrot.

Murderous fraud Dewayne Lee Smith and his accomplices (Linda Pendleton Smith, Todd David Mauer, etc.), in Herrington, Utah, claim they are in cooperation with "INTERPOL and the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)".

They even claim they have a "legal department".

http://www.bxprotocolforum.com/post/specific-attacks-against-bx-7907554

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Delta Institute, working with INTERPOL and the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), has launched an investigation in order to combat acts of cyber terrorism committed by the group, for alleged crimes violating international standards for online activity.

Delta will utilize a variety of investigative tools needed to fight this variety of cyber crime, that Big Pharma uses as an ongoing tactic to fight against and suppress emerging health benefits within the integrative sector.
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Let's look at their latest "work". It is a stupid, childish video crap, consisting only of conspiracy mania babble.

It is blah, blah, blah. But no facts. If Smith really had facts to prove his claims and accusations he damned sure would show them. But he has none. He is a shitty liar.

Dewayne Lee Smith is a shitty liar.

Here is the proof, made by Smith himself:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2dU49KHg41c

Such a ludicrous behavior is typical for those bloody stupid shit-brains who use Scientology tactics to cover up.


There is no research, there is no company. There is nothing but a bunch of frauds who rip off desperate patients.

Here are some mug shots:

http://transgallaxys.com/~kanzlerzwo/index.php?topic=8800.msg20561#msg20561


Dewayne Lee Smith

http://www.transgallaxys.com/~aktenschrank/FILES_FOR_THE_FBI/WANTED__DEWAYNE_LEE_SMITH__UTAH_USA_1_800.jpg

Linda Pendleton Smith (?)

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Todd David Mauer

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Smith and his accomplices rake in millions. They live from exploiting dying patients.




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Thymian

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Re: Dewayne Smith got a kick in the a**
« Reply #3 on: June 16, 2016, 12:04:15 AM »

Bigmouth Dewayne Lee Smith got kicked in the south pole, oh, wow...  :P

In his "Forum" he or one of his minions scratched this post, which was then recorded by Google and taken into the cache on 4th., June 2016:

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Dies ist der Cache von Google von
http://www.bxprotocolforum.com/post/claims-regarding-bx-protocol-being-a-scam-8006707?trail=50
Es handelt sich dabei um ein Abbild der Seite, wie diese am 4. Juni 2016 14:56:14 GMT angezeigt wurde.
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BX Protocol Scam

Imagine that you have taken a stand challenging medical orthodoxy with a powerful and result driven protocol and educational platform that works. It might be on lyme or cancer treatments, diet, alternative therapies, or any number of other issues. You start to come under attack. Critics write hostile comments on blogs; complaints are made to medical authorities; your attempts to organize public talks are sabotaged. What should you do?

Challenging orthodox opinion has seldom been easy. In principle, science is open to dissenting views - research findings are supposed to be examined on their merits - but in practice intolerance is quite common. There are numerous examples of suppression of dissent in scientific fields, as well as suppression of social movements more generally.

Over the past year, the Big Pharma hired New York media group and its vast international network has supported attacks against our organization, its founders, affiliates, member and associates through the following means:

    Deleting, modifying, misquoting and fabricating information about our treatment protocol, its founders, affiliates, members and associates.
    Obstructing research with 3 separate universities.
    Dissemination of rumors.
    Posing as patients in forums, social media, or other internet venues.
    Filing formal complaints with government agencies.

The following post will show you new online outlets the attackers are utilizing to discredit the BX Protocol.



[ http://transgallaxys.com/~aktenschrank/FILES_FOR_THE_FBI/DEWAYNE_LEE_SMITH_SHOOTS_HIS_FOOT_2939510.jpg ]


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The attacking criminals have also started to use Delta Institute trade name(s) and intellectual property like the "bx- energy- catalyst. com" and have registered similar domains in order to generate SEO leverage and networks.

See their frivolous statements below:


"Lethal fraud in Salt Lake:"
"The Dewayne Lee Smith files, BX Protocol, Delta Institute, Utah"

"Lethal fraud committed by Dewayne Lee Smith, Linda Pendleton Smith, Todd David Mauer, and other accomplices"



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"The members and partners of the lethal BX Protocol fraud gang"

"Valerie Donaldson is member of the gang"

"Dewayne Smith, the 'stupid cow' of Herrington/Salt Lake"

"BX Protocol: one more piece of proof by Smith himself that he is a fraud"

"Victim of BX Protocol: Carla W. Reed"

"The members and partners of the lethal BX Protocol fraud gang"

"Delta Institute @BX_Protocol is money laundering"

"Conman Dewayne Smith and his forgeries exposed"

"Fraud Dewayne Lee Smith is a stupid impostor and thief"

"Convicted conman Dewayne Smith admits the FDA cracked down on him"

"Dewayne Lee Smith, Delta Institute @BX_Protocol, is a pirate copier"

"BX, Protocol! Dewayne Lee Smith is a damned lousy conman."

"BX PROTOCOL: Why wasn't she shot by a terminally ill cancer patient?"

"Main index for the front page news headlines"

"Financial bits and pieces of 'DELTA' BX PROTOCOL frauds Smith and Smith"

"Fraud Dewayne Lee Smith implodes to a mailbox"

"How to shoot BX Protocol at Twitter"

"Delta Institute @BX_Protocol is a vicious fraud"

"Dewayne Lee Smith is such a god-damned shitty dimwit of a fraud that he in public admits his frauds"

"infantile clown Dewayne Lee Smith + his mutterings"

"BX Protocol: one more piece of proof by Smith himself that he is a fraud"

"Victim of BX Protocol: Carla W. Reed-Rye of New Smyrna"

"She is a victim of "Dr." Chakravarty and "Dr." Tony Jimenez of the "Hope 4 Cancer" clinic Mexico."

"She lost more than 30,000 Dollars. And her life."


This conspiracy against our BX Protocol includes a vast network of websites (such as Rational-Wiki), forums (such as Transgallaxys), blogs, physician and university groups, representing a formidable network of media resources designed to silence non-orthodox views and dissenting opinions that run contrary to the established views of conventional oncology.

The philosophical justification for the criminal cyber attacks and system hacking is that our protocol is “pseudo science” and has to be stopped for the “good of the public”, and yet the organization has contacted 3 major universities performing studies on our methods and successfully impeded the studies in 2 of the 3 universities, in an effort to suppress the very scientific data they claim we lack.

Those watching at a distance are left to question and judge the underlying motives of this despotic and shameful operation. We have provided legal reviews and point by point rebuttals addressing the vicious falsehoods. These legal reviews are available on our main website. http://www.bxprotocol.com/legal-response.php

Also come visit our Blog: http://www.bxprotocol.com/blog.php and share your LIKES with us, thank you.
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It took weeks until someone told Smith and his idiots that he is as braindead as a piece of charcoal, copying all our accusations into his own forum.

All we collect here can be checked in the web at the original places. Except for the above post, which now is erased. Well, seems it has dawned on him that he is an idiot. Never mind, we knew that all the time.


Dewayne Lee Smith, the most stupid nut in whole USA: "The attacking criminals have also started to use Delta Institute trade name(s) and intellectual property like the "bx- energy- catalyst. com" and have registered similar domains in order to generate SEO leverage and networks."

He could have type it like this, couldn't he? "The attacking criminals have also started to use Delta Institute trade name(s) and intellectual property like the "http://www.bx-energy-catalyst.com" and have registered similar domains in order to generate SEO leverage and networks."

But he was so much afraid that someone would read at http://www.bx-energy-catalyst.com or at http://transgallaxys.com/~kanzlerzwo/index.php?board=427.0 and so he messed up both domain urls.

His "legal department" yesterday collapsed to dust. May I ask who is tying his shoe-laces? How can this nut get onto the street without falling into a sewage duct?

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Re: Dewayne Smith got a kick in the a**
« Reply #4 on: June 20, 2016, 01:54:11 AM »

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Seems Smith got kicked in the a$$ again. The erased posts are online again. Looks like they actually were not erased but made invisible. Now he made them visible again. Like I said: Dewayne Lee Smith, the most stupid nut in whole USA.

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