July 23, 2002 Update:   Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law Against F.M. Bonsall by Superior Court Judge Michael S. Spearman

PSI TECH Awarded $2,000,000.00 Judgment Against Ed Dames



June 15, 2001

From the Desk of Dane Spotts


MEMO:

June 15, 2001

PSI TECH INTERNATIONAL, INC.

Re: Edward Dames Judgment



Today PSI TECH was awarded a judgment against Edward A. Dames. Signed by Superior Court Judge Carlos Velategui for the State of Washington, the Court Order compels Dames to immediately turn over all intellectual property or pay a penalty of $2 million dollars plus court costs. This brings to conclusion a legal battle begun last year as the result of a theft of PSI TECH's files and intellectual property which occurred in July 2000. (See attached.)



The litigation alleged, that under Dames' direction a former PSI TECH employee (F.M. Bonsall) illegally entered the private residence and offices of my co-owner and Director Jonina Dourif, and removed valuable files, intellectual property and corporate records. In addition, numerous personal items were taken from her residence and office, which is being pursued under separate litigation.

It is sad that such extreme measures are necessary to get people to do the right thing. With all the promise and potential of remote viewing technology, I find it more than a little disturbing that former employees would stoop so low as to commit such despicable acts for personal gain.

PSI TECH remains vigorous in its quest to promote its mission and will do whatever is necessary to protect its intellectual property and business interests.


Dane Spotts




IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KING

DANE SPOTTS, individually and assignee of PSI TECH INTERNATIONAL, INC. a corporation,

Plaintiff,

vs.

EDWARD A. DAMES and JANE DOE DAMES, a marital community; and FREDERIC M. BONSALL, a single person,

Defendants.
No. 01-2-02482-5 SEA

JUDGMENT OF DEFAULT

[clerk's action required]


    THE COURT, having reviewed the Motion for Default Judgment and the Declarations of Randal S. Thiel and Dane Spotts in support thereof, and the records and pleadings filed herein, being fully advised and it appearing that plaintiff is entitled to judgment, it is hereby

    ORDERED AND ADJUDGED:

    Defendant Dames shall return all intellectual property of PSI Tech International, Inc. in its original form at a time and place designated by plaintiff, but in any event no later than 10 days from the date of mailing or service of this Judgment. Said property returned shall include all boxes and files relating to the list of projects attached hereto.

    IT IS FURTHER ORDERED AND ADJUDGED:

    Defendant Dames shall refrain from intitiating, engaging, making, publishing or any way causing defamatory, disparaging or derogatory statements which are unlawful relating to PSI Tech International, Inc., and its owners, directors, officers and employees.

    IT IS FURTHER ORDERED AND ADJUDGED:

    In the event Dames fails to return all intellectual property by the date set forth herein, Plaintiff shall be entitled to the entry of a monetary Judgment and Judgment Summary without further notice against Dames, and his marital community, in the amount of $2,000,000.00, costs in the amount of $330.00, and statuatory attorney's fees in the amount of $125.00, for a total Judgment of $2,000,455.00. This judgment shall bear interest at 12% per annum, and plaintiff is entitled to post-judgment and costs.

DATED this 15 day of June, 2001.

Presented by:

CHISM, THIEL, McCAFFERTY
& CAMPBELL, PLLC

Randal S. Thiel, WSBA #18320
Attorneys for Plaintiff



Original Document:

F.M. Bonsall Court Document 1


F.M. Bonsall Court Document 2