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Who is Ozzie Freedom?

July 2008

image used under fair use as defined in copyright law The man who proudly posts what we assume is his picture on the water4gas website is a person with an interesting past.

Yes, Ozzie Freedom may be his legal name now but he was previously known as Eyal Siman-Tov, as witnessed by the resume that appears on one of his other business ventures.

Ozzie appears to be a scientologist, which probably explains why he knows how to create a cult-like following.

The anti-scientology website Xenu.net has a little to say about Ozzie's chequered past and they refer to some of his earlier businesses.

Some of those earlier business ventures seem to be very much involved with "how to make cash fast".

Look at this snapshot of his magnet4cash website from November 2006.

I now note that www.magnet4cash.com redirects to... you guessed it, water4gas.com

Clearly he's given up trying to pitch his "Make $$$ fast from home" schemes and decided that there's more money in selling worthless "run your car on water" ebooks these days.

I see that Ozzie is also into zero-point energy scams, seeking to "educate the public about Zero-Point-Energy" through a "soon to be operative" website at www.energy1.us. It would appear that he has his next scam all mapped out, somewhere else to go after water4gas collapses.

That piece of information was gleaned from Ozzie's LinkedIn page.

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