The Story of The Wesleyan Company

In January 1981, Wesley C. Schneider applied for and was later granted patents for a specialized drinking system and canteen water refilling system that can be used to protect the lives of soldiers during chemical and biological attacks.  Over the period January 1981 to the present time, the U.S. Government has engaged in a purposeful scheme to defraud Mr. Schneider and the Wesleyan Company of their technology.


The Wesleyan Company’s Wall of Shame:

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