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Gibson Guitar factories raided by Government – millions of dollars worth of wood confiscated.

Monday, August 29th, 2011 by: Ethan A. Huff   Find Full Article Here:-

Due process under the law and assumed innocence before being proven guilty are two concepts that are apparently no longer applicable in the United States of America, at least as far as the federal government is concerned.

For the second time in two years, armed federal agents have illegally raided the manufacturing facilities of Gibson Guitars Corp., this time confiscating more than a million dollars worth of imported wood and ebony — and they did so without proper notice or warning, without any valid reason, and without lawful charges of any kind.

Gibson, one of the world’s premier guitar manufacturers, and a company that has continually tried to honestly and readily abide by domestic and international laws concerning its material sourcing while continuing to provide quality products to its customers, has for some reason landed in the cross fire of the federal gestapo.

Though Gibson has not violated any laws, and has gone above and beyond mandated requirements for sourcing sustainable wood and other materials for its instruments, the heavy hand of a bloated and out-of-control government has decided to unlawfully target the company for extinction.

According to a recent press statement made by Henry Juszkiewicz, Gibson’s Chairman and CEO, armed marshals stormed the company’s Nashville, Tenn., and Memphis, Tenn., manufacturing facilities on August 24, and proceeded to evacuate the buildings, shut down production, order all employees to go home, and steal more than a million dollars worth of rosewood and ebony that had been legally imported from India.

“It is extremely troubling,” stated a calm and collected, but obviously shaken, Juszkiewicz during a recent press conference. “What is more troubling is that the Justice Department’s position is that any guitar that we ship out of this facility is potentially an obstruction of justice, and to be followed with criminal charges.”

US officials have actually refused to tell Gibson what it allegedly did wrong, and why the raid was conducted. The company was never notified of any potential violations prior to the raid, and no official charges were ever filed. By all appearances, the government simply decided one day to unlawfully storm the company’s manufacturing units with loaded weapons, and is now attempting to destroy one of the last honest American manufacturers in existence.

“It is not illegal, it was exported legally, endorsed by the Indian government, it was Forest Stewardship Council recognized wood,” stated Juszkiewicz concerning the stolen wood. “We’re not in the wrong. We haven’t actually been charged with any wrongdoing. And yet our entire operation has effectively been noticed to be shut down.”

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  1. August 30, 2011 at 5:40 pm

    OK. It’s time for me to reveal the slogan that I had offered for sale to Gibson Guitars, back in 1986. I took a fantastic series of photos to illustrate this Ad concept, but was unable to convince then CEO to agree to pay me “a pittance,” should the idea go nationwide. Just over a year later, PEPSI took wind of the idea with something similar, but retired it within the same year, because it did not apply to their product and was stolen from the original source: The (now historic) slogan:

    “You Gotta Get a Gibson!”

    How do I personally feel about this? I would certainly hope that the US Government is prepared to pay out around $1.Billion if they really do intend to bankrupt this company. One wonders what part of this story was directly orchestrated by the Bilderberg & NWO- fascists… ??

  1. August 30, 2011 at 1:49 am
  2. September 14, 2011 at 9:45 am

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