gsehi.comGang stalking Encyclopedia
Crime, corruption and cover-ups in the Chicago police department by the University of Illinois (1.3 MB, 54 pages).
Microwave harassment and mind-control experimentation by Julianne McKinney (244.8 K, 26 pages). She had worked 40 years as a military intelligence officer. She says that the devices are concealed as upright pianos, microwave ovens, and oversized stereo speakers, measuring approximately 5’ in height x 3’ x 3’. I have also a beautified book (127.3 K, 84 pages).
RFR-auditory effect in humans by the US Department of Defense (25.2 K, 2 pages).
Shaker Aamer report by Dr. Emily Keram (Doctor of Medicine, neurologist and forensic psychiatrist) (64.1 K, 20 pages). She had worked 20 years as a psychiatrist at the US Department of Veterans Affairs. She examined the Saudi national Shaker Aamer, who resided in the UK, and who was sent to a detention centre in Guantanamo as an Al Qaeda suspect. He describes his torture with electronic harassment. His description is typical of the experiences of targeted individuals.
US electromagnetic weapons and human rights by Professor Peter Phillips (Ph. D. sociology), Lew Brown, Psychologist, and Bridget Thornton, senior level History major, Sonoma State University (189.6 K, 48 pages). This article was published in December 2006. This is a difficult text. It starts with a long history. The interesting part is in the middle. Here are some quotes: Page 11: In the late 1950s, a right-wing cadre of men within the new CIA was busy building secret armies, planning assassinations, and generally devising plans for world domination that still play out today. Page 14: Here, they describe Nikola Tesla’s plans for fantastic weapons. Page 15: In 1934 Tesla offers to build a Death Ray that would make the power of an opponent’s air force obsolete. Page 25: The Russians banned all EMF weapons in 2001. Page 26: Americans have little idea about the research concerning the capabilities of electromagnetism, directed acoustics, or computer-human interfacing. The majority of Americans do not know that we are currently using these new-concept weapons in Iraq and Afghanistan. Page 29: Of great concern is the research being conducted at DARPA, which is trying to revolutionize the way soldiers receive information, respond to orders, adapt to stress, and perform while sleep deprived. Page 30: In essence, Augmented Cognition allows a human to interact with a computer through brain waves. The idea is to enhance a person’s cognitive capabilities in the area of memory, learning, attention, visualization, and decision-making. […] The increase in human-computer relations and the ability to manipulate and control a person’s senses, memory, and neural output has wide implications. […] “The basic ability to enter a person’s mind is not a futuristic fantasy. This is real and in prototype.” Page 33: Dominant Remote Control seeks to control, at a distance, an enemy’s vehicles, sensors, communications, and information systems and manipulate them for military purposes. Page 38: However, hundreds of people continue to assert that a person or persons, whom they do not know, have been targeting them with electromagnetic weapons in a widespread campaign of either illegal experimentation or outright persecution. […] These experiences involved a number of discrete phenomena: 1) Hearing voices when no one was present. 2) Feeling sensations of burning, itching, tickling, or pressure with no apparent physical cause. 3) Sleeplessness and anxiety as a result of humming or buzzing. 4) Loss of bodily control, such as twitching or jerking of an arm or leg suddenly and without control. 5) Unexpected emotional states, such as a sudden overwhelming feeling of dread, rage, lust or sorrow that passes as quickly as it arises.
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