Reading the report, the Rossi story in Darden trying to steal the IP and not paying according to contract makes a lot of sense. This is the way Darden has always done business. Don't you agree you should look at these real facts?
I am looking at the report. Is there a particular region of interest you can direct me to?
But now that we are looking at past events to judge more recent ones, I would like you to take a look at the video recorded by Steven Krivit in 2011 in Mr. Rossi's facilities in Bologna. The nice thing about this video is that factual evidence is all there and one doesn't need to consult news reports or court proceedings etc. In this video you will see Mr Rossi demonstrating his Ecat invention and at one point (about 11:20 in the video) he holds up a hose out of which is emerging visible steam. He also makes the claim that the input to the hose is 7 kg of steam per hour. I would like you to try and calculate how fast the steam should be emerging if the 7 kg/hour claim is true. According to my calculations the velocity of the steam should be many many times what we actually see. It think that this huge discrepancy bears heavily on the events at Doral (if history is to be a guide, as you say it should be). Let me know if your calculations concur with mine. I can outline my calculations for you if you like. It is nice that in this video all the evidence is open and that we can discuss things on a factual basis.
Here is a link to the video ...