Rends and IHFB are absolutely right...the unsuccessful "Super Q" test that Boeing's Jamie Childress conducted on 11/20/2014, was run with fuel altered from the original by TD himself. After that test, Childress sent an email to TD, explaining that his funding would dry up 12/15/2011, and if he were to wrap it up, he needed the real stuff. TD never did send it, and there is no clarification as to why he did not.
I do not know from the depo if Childress was aware he was testing fake fuel at the time, or found out after the test? I suspect after, as that would explain Childress' email shortly thereafter, asking TD for the "real fuel". TD, as most know, was/is the only one that knew the formula, and prepared each batch himself I believe, so he alone bears responsibility. No doubt he will be asked these questions at the trial.
You just do not play fuel switch-a-roo games with a respectable company like Boeing. That is the kind of thing Rossi does, but IH?
A couple other interesting tidbits:
-Dameron emailed Childress 6 months after the failed test, after Boeing disengaged, and said he "had seen an interesting temp swing".
-Boeing signed a "proprietary information agreement" with Rossi on 4/13/2011. That was well before TD was first introduced to Rossi. When Rossi's lawyer pushed for more info, Boeing's attorney firmly intervened and stopped Childress from answering.
-Boeing has been keeping abreast of LENR for some time. Mainly by reviewing public info. Childress keeps up with it via the "blogosphere", so hello Jamie! Jamie became more interested after Rossi came along with his "high power" claim.
-While Boeing's Childress was working confidentially with IH to test the Super Q, Rossi contacted him (Chidress) -not knowing he was working with IH, to inquire about attaining a jet engine from them.