London Train Station Shooting Supports the Need for Less Lethal ShockRounds(TM)

From: MDM Group Inc.
Published: Mon Jul 25 2005

SANTA CLARA, CA, Jul 25, 2005 - MDM Group, Inc. (OTC.PK: MDDM) advises that the fatal shooting at Stockwell Station in London last Friday of a Brazilian electrician mistakenly thought to be a terrorist bomber suspect represents solid support for the future use of ShockRounds(TM) in such situations.

Had Jean Charles de Menezes been a terrorist, he could have been captured alive and been able to possibly provide valuable information. As is now apparent, having been innocent, his life may have been spared had the ShockRounds(TM) product been available for use.

When confronted with situations posing immediate threat to the public and infrastructure, our law enforcement agencies and special operatives have limited solutions available to them today. The continued escalation of terrorism and civil unrest on a global scale was what MDM Group identified as requiring an urgent solution that could be readily addressed through the ShockRounds(TM) opportunity.

ShockRounds(TM) are being developed and commercialized through MDM Group's Australian listed affiliate Harrington Group Limited (HGRLF) or Australian (ASX: HGR). See: ShockRounds(TM) are positioned as a major breakthrough in the munitions, military and law enforcement industries. This patent pending technology introduces an "electric" charge to traditional ammunition and other projectiles such as rubber bullets through the combination of existing ballistic and piezoelectric technologies.

Company President, Peter Boonen said: "Following the recent successful firing of the world's first "electric" and wireless 37mm ShockRounds(TM) rubber bullet round, we look forward to confirmation from Harrington Group of the commissioning of extended caliber opportunities for ShockRounds(TM) and the release of the first commercial product in Q1 of 2006. Quite obviously the sooner that Harrington Group gets the ShockRounds(TM) products to market, the sooner the much needed applications can be addressed."

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