Yesterday In response to yesterday’s post.
The above photo on left shows level 3 on Magnetic 0-3 range sustained last couple months from a whole house directed energy weapon. The danger level of 7-8 Magnetic 0-3 range since June 2016 was lowered after being interviewed by a talk show host on InOtherNewsRadio of New York June 11, 2018 by Geoff Brady about being a targeted individual in Springfield, MO. After posting the level for the first time yesterday, by the time I left the Library Center in Springfield, MO to arrive home was once again living in danger 5.5 Magnetic at 0-3 range. Noticed it because my eyes were jiggling in their sockets and body was ‘sizzling.’ So took a picture.
At Library Center leaving yesterday.
Do ‘mentally ill’ persons in the United States have human rights and legal rights when reporting directed energy weapon attacks like those US diplomats in Cuba, China and Moscow endured? Or do only ‘mentally well’ persons in the US have human and legal rights when reporting directed energy weapon attacks like those US diplomats in Cuba, China and Moscow endured? Does the law enforcement in the US investigate criminal reports made by persons with ‘mental health’ issues as thoroughly as they do for ‘mentally well’ citizens?
In 2016 the Springfield, MO Police Department categorized a TI in a ‘report’ as a ‘person of interest’ defining them as ‘possibly mentally ill’ and attempted to put the TI in a mental health lock down. Because the TI asked Captain Pennington of the Springfield, MO Fire Department for a free home safety inspection due to an ‘electric current’ running through home for the first time in twenty years owning it. (The Springfield woman in question did not know to define what felt like ‘electric current’ as magnetic or microwave radiation attacks- which are called electromagnetic frequencies. And she did not know that the four years of stalking, harassment, intimidation, and the 2016 property crime attacks were part of organized crime activity.) She finally went to the Library Center in Springfield, MO to use the internet in Springfield, MO, seeking justice when three months later a pet died from injuries sustained from the dangerous EMFs. The TI in question?
A woman who spent twenty years at her employer’s $billion corporation making the owners and the founder rich men and advocating for women’s rights and workplace ethics. Once researching on the internet the TI realized she had been attacked with directed energy weapons in the work place for seven years as well…
‘Case studies on human rights and fundamental freedoms: a world survey,’ 1975 by Veenhoven, Willem; Ewing, Winifred; Samenlevingen, Stichting note, “The use of hospitals instead of jails also prevents the victims from receiving legal aid before the courts in some countries, makes indefinite incarceration possible, and discredits the individuals and their ideas.”
In 1975, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in O’Connor v. Donaldson that involuntary hospitalization and/or treatment violates an individual’s civil rights. The individual’s behavior exhibited must show danger to themselves or others and a court order must be in hand for anything over 72-hour detention. This judgement severely limits involuntary treatment and hospitalization in the United States. The statutes vary somewhat from state to state.
-At a Springfield business.
As of 1990s, many states adopted Assisted Outpatient Commitment (AOC) laws. AOC allows government agencies to ‘commit’ US citizens involuntarily outside psychiatric hospitals. Forty-five states presently allow for outpatient commitment.
In the 2005 Oxford Handbook of Psychiatry, “Psychiatrists have been involved in human rights abuses in states across the world when the definitions of mental disease were expanded to include political disobedience.” Jonathan Metzl wrote about activists in his 2010 “The Protest Psychosis: How Schizophrenia Became a Black Disease,” “As scholars have long argued, governmental and medical institutions code menaces to authority as mental diseases during political disturbances.”
‘Medicine betrayed: the participation of doctors in human rights abuses,’ 1992 by Zed Books: “Psychiatry can be used to bypass standard legal procedures for establishing guilt or innocence and allow political incarceration without the ordinary odium attaching to such political trials.”
How have some US medical ‘laws’ been made? Please excuse the following documentation but it is a fact that in 1851 US physician Samuel A. Cartwright made up the illness “drapetomania” defining what caused black slaves to flee ‘owners’. Cartwright is quoted having said “whipping the devil out of them” is prescribed remedy for disease. A hundred years later in 1942, a white man Frances Farmer was involuntarily committed to a psychiatric hospital for visiting the USSR.
During the Civil Rights Movement an African-American pastor, Clennon W. King, Jr was arrested and committed to mental hospital for stepping onto the campus of University of Mississippi to enroll as a student- it took twelve days in 1958 for doctors to prove his sanity for his release.
Sociologist Erving Goffman, wrote that mental illness is an explanation of societies judgements to have power over non-conformists.
In the 1960’s the Ionia State Hospital in Michigan diagnosed African Americans that had “civil rights ideas” with schizophrenia. (The DSM-2 was responsible.)
Psychiatrist Thomas Szasz, insisted mental illness was a myth defining moral conflicts.
In the 1970’s psychiatrists used the term “Martha Mitchell effect” to denote mental health misdiagnoses when facts and accurate claims are disregarded as delusional. Martha Mitchell had publicly alerted friends regarding President Nixon’s covert actions towards her and husband US Attorney General John Mitchell and diagnosed by doctors as “paranoid.”
1971 Frank Kameny of the Gay Liberation Front stated, “Psychiatry is the enemy incarnate. Psychiatry has waged a relentless war of extermination against us. You may take this as a declaration of war against you.” When American biologist Alfred Kinsey and US psychologist Evelyn Hooker gave research to the APA regarding homosexuality not being a mental illness. In response the next year in 1974 APA’s, Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-ll) diagnosed homosexuality as only a “sexual orientation disturbance.”
Clinical psychologist Bruce E. Levine, wrote that the diagnosis of ‘oppositional defiant disorder‘ in DSM-V was purely psychiatric abuse.
San Jose, CA ‘Mercury News‘ 2014 article noted psychotropic drug use in the California foster care system. As prescribed by state medical doctors.
California’s section 5150 ‘involuntary psychiatric hold’ is a law whereby the opinion of law enforcement officials holding no medical qualifications can cause the incarceration of ‘persons of interest‘ in mental hospitals.
Whistleblower NYPD veteran Adrian Schoolcraft was forced by a supervisor to falsify crime statistics. After reporting this coercion he was committed in handcuffs to a psychiatric hospital and suspended from the force. Secret tape-recordings of coercion were sent to the AP. –Associated Press of October 9, 2010.
Unethical human nonconsensual experiments in the United States are documented in news, movies, documentaries and books as having exposed US citizens to deliberate- infection from known diseases, biological/chemical weapons, forced mind-altering drugs, toxic/radioactive chemicals, interrogation/torture experiments, and other experiments. Most unethical was the fact that mainly women, children, mentally disabled citizens, poor people, racial minorities, prisoners, and ill or disabled citizens were used as human subjects. With project MKULTRA designed and funded by US CIA along with the AMA and American Psychiatric Association, US Army, DoD and more… The CIA’s wholesale use of US citizens as nonconsensual experimental subjects took on a whole new meaning. The CIA’s hypnosis, sexual abuse, drugs, EMFs and torture for mind-control involving involuntary human experiments are still being done today under a different name.
After WWII the Declaration of Helsinki , the Nuremberg Code and the UN Ethical Considerations Regarding Access to Experimental Treatment and Experimentation on Human Subjects by Edgar and Cruz-Coke- defined protection of human rights during experiments.
Human Rights First website notes, “42 retired Generals and Admirals wrote, “Torture violates our core values as a nation. Our greatest strength is our commitment to the rule of law and to the principles embedded in our Constitution. Our servicemen and women need to know that our leaders do not condone torture of any kind.”
Yet Trump noted in his first TV interview recorded in the Guardian News of January 26, 2017 that “... torture “absolutely” works…” Trump said, “... absolutely I feel it works.”
Nonconsensual experimental subjects legally define their treatment as torture.
The Los Angeles Times of February 19, 2017 “Donald Trump’s pro-torture rhetoric could help bring abuse to a neighborhood near you” by Darius Rejali noted, “… Trump’s repeated pro-torture statements have already created a more permissive atmosphere for torture. The effects may be felt sooner, and closer to home, than we would like to think.” Rejali wrote, “… the “black sites” run by the CIA after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks were not the only places where Americans have interrogated and tortured detainees. Secret interrogation locations appeared domestically decades before the CIA began using them overseas.”
Journalist Rejali, “More recently, in 2015, the Guardian broke the story of a police-run black site in Chicago, Homan Square, noting that the city’s police practices had begun to “echo” the abuse of detainees in the war on terror. There is a long history of soldiers bringing torture techniques into police departments.” Rejali noted, “Trump’s stance on torture is dangerous regardless of whether he succeeds in reviving its use in the war on terror. His rhetoric can be read by law enforcement as permission to work outside the rules.” Thank you Rejali. -Professor Darius Rejali’s book, “Torture and Democracy,” won the American Political Science Assn.’s Human Rights Book of the Year Award in 2007.
Five hours of 2 helicopters circling home in Springfield, MO. Have five hours of photos proving the aerial intimidation and harassment took place.
What happens when a ‘person of interest’ eludes involuntary mental health facility detention and law enforcement decide to incarcerate the US citizen on trumped up charges? Aren’t there safeguards in place where this cannot happen? Sept. 27-2018 National Public Radio today reported California is the first state in the US to end bail for suspects awaiting trial. California’s bail system has been declared unconstitutional. New law goes into effect October 2019. -Instead, local courts will decide who stays in jail and who is released to await trial. Judges will decide. It will be interesting to see how many ‘persons of interest,’ activists, political dissidents, and whistle blowers will be released before trial. Or kept in jail.
Sometimes a targeted individual can see what the CIA wants them to see. Their emails are hacked and WordPress.com blog posts hacked. Anyway that a TI can be ridiculed and discredited -it will be done to them… especially if the TI is making strides in bringing the U.S. CIA program of DEW targeting, non-consensual military/medical experimentation, and mind-control- to the public eye.
Thank you sweet God for everything exactly the way it is today. Thank you dear God for bringing the Network Collective into the light for justice and bringing the Network Collective down God to conquer them. Thank you dear God for protecting, loving and guiding family, friends, territories, tools, vehicles, our animals, plants and me. I love you God. I thank you God. So be it. It is so. Amen.