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Stan J. Caterbone
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Dave Brown
Pearson Koutcher Law
1650 Arch Street
Suite 2501
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Phone: 215-391-4963
Fax Number: 267-319-1233
cc:

Linda Stein, lstein@21st-centurymedia.com, @lsteinreporter on Twitter

Re: Letter of January 23, 1998 to Ms. Christina Rainville, Former Attorney for Lisa Michelle
Lambert
Dave,
Attached is a letter that I wrote to Ms. Christina Rainville, Lisa's former attorney. This will provide
you with some information that you might use in the future. First it brings to light that I was
raising issues of prosecutorial misconduct within the Lancaster County DA's office before Lisa's
PCRA Hearing of April of 1998. Second, it demonstrates just how effective they were at
brainwashing and conditioning me. During June of 1987 after my meeting with ISC Executive
Larry Recsh my mental capacity became front and center. During that time I denounced anyone
who conveniently mentioned me and mental illness in the same sentence. It was the perfect
cover story to hide all of my allegations of misconduct by ISC, and by my Board of Directors of
Financial Management Group, Ltd., Then my Mom came to me pleading for me to take my
medicine. She would say, Stan, do it for me. I would give in and low and behold, someone
would provide me with a job or a source of income. In 1988 Dave and Pam Pflumm gave me
some work painting their new purchased property at 4538 Main Street, Conestoga. Then Scott
Robertson negotiated a settlement with Bob Kauffman for him to purchase all of my stock in
Financial Management Group, Ltd. I had paid $20,000 for my stock in 1986 and Bob extorted it for
about $125,000 in November of 1988.
Then, Scott Robertson came to me and wanted me to be a trouble-shooter up at Tony Bongiovi's
Power Station Studios in New York. Of course, me, Tony and Scott worked together in 1987 on
the Digital Movie. Now, in the summer of 1987 Tony wanted me to oversee and manage all of his
business affairs. One night in the summer of 1987, while on the Wildwood Boardwalk Tony
offered to pay me to oversee every business project he was involved in and provide me an
equity interest in all of them. This included the Digital Movie, his interest in the Pier on the
Wildwood Boardwalk, his project involving finding the missing plane of Amiela Aehart, Power
Station Studios, Wid, the Comedian, etc., then Scott wanted me to write the business plan for the
American Helix CD-ROM division and provide consulting for the same. At the time I was being a

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good boy and took my medicine for a mental deficiency that was created by the Lancaster
Establishment as a cover story. But, what choice did I have, it was the only way they would let
me work and provide income.
Well, after awhile, after I would get settled in at making a living once again, something would
happen that would reignite the flames of the fraud and extortion of 1987. Now, you must
understand, I was the only person in Lancaster making allegations against ISC and Chem Con.
Back then ISC and James Guerin were considered Royalty. Then in or about 1989 some
information was beginning to surface about ISC and the fraud. Well, by 1991, I again was proven
to be right and I began to revisit my legal claims. Low and behold, my income would
disappear, and before you know it the cash I had in the bank would dwindle due to the
fact I had to use it to pay my living expenses. This cycle would repeat itself again in
1998 and again in 2001 (1987; 1991; 1998; 2002). Every time it did, the claims of
mental illness would surface again. It was an effective conditioning tool, as well as a
means to discredit my allegations. And, of course they would effectively extort my
savings and my income sources.
After careful research, I began to put things together in 2004 when I began to again peruse my
legal claims. Well, on May 16, 2005 I filed as pro se and in the beginning of 2005 or late 2004 the
all out assault with electronic harassment began to supplement the always pervasive organized
stalking initiative, which began back in 1987.
My point being that I raised the legitimate issues regarding the fact that the Lancaster County
District Attorney's Office, through the malicious and selective prosecution of both myself in 1987,
and then Lisa in 1992 constitutes a bona fide criminal enterprise as defined in the RICO statutes.
BEFORE THE PCRA HEARING OF APRIL OF 1992.
Hope this helps.

Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant


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ACTIVE COURT CASES
J.C. No. 03-16-90005 Office of the Circuit Executive, United States Third Circuit Court of
Appeals - COMPLAINT OF JUDICIALMISCONDUCT OR DISABILITY re 15-3400 and 16-1149
U.S.C.A. Third Circuit Court of Appeals Case No. 16-1149;15-3400; 16-1001; 07-4474
U.S. District Court Eastern District of PA Case No. 15-03984; 14-02559; 05-2288; 06-4650
Superior Court of Pennsylvania AMICUS for Kathleen Kane Case No. 1164 EDA 2016; Case No.
1561 MDA 2015; 1519 MDA 2015
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Case No. 08-13373; 15-10167; 06-03349, CI-0603401

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Chester Springs man co-authors murder novel


Dave Brown collaborates with Lisa Michelle Lambert for novel titled Love, Murder and Corruption in Lancaster County: My
Story

By Linda Stein, lstein@21st-centurymedia.com, @lsteinreporter on Twitter


Tuesday, June 7, 2016
After writing four sports-related books, local author and lawyer, Dave Brown, took a walk on
the dark side.
His most recent title is a true crime tome: Love, Murder and Corruption in Lancaster County:
My Story, co-written with Lisa Michelle Lambert, who was convicted of the Dec. 20, 1991
murder of her romantic rival, Laurie Show.
I had followed Lisa Lamberts case in the papers over the years, dating back to the 1990s,
said Brown, 55. I always thought she got a raw deal. I thought it was very unfortunate.
Although he specializes in workers compensation cases and has no desire to branch out into
criminal law practice, Brown said that as a reader, he has an interest in true crime in general.
He believes a lot of people are wrongly convicted based on misconduct by police and
prosecutors.
Brown was thinking about what topic to write about next and decided that Lamberts story
would make for a compelling book. He wrote Lambert a letter then went up to the womens
state prison in Framingham, Mass., where Lambert, who maintains her innocence, is serving a
life sentence and spoke with her.
She herself is quite articulate, he said.
Lambert, 43, earned a college degree from Boston University while in a prison program and
finished a valedictorian, he said. Lambert had also written some chapters about her turbulent
childhood and abusive boyfriend and the abuse she suffered in prison, he said. (In 2007 the
state of Pennsylvania paid Lambert $35,000 to settle allegations of sexual abuse by prison guards. She was also assaulted by other
inmates at a prison in New Jersey, where she had been transferred.)
She wrote probably 80 percent of the book, said Brown. She writes so well that I was proud to write with her.
They decided to collaborate on the book with Lambert telling her story and Brown writing legal commentary. Their four-year long
collaboration entailed drafts sent back and forth in the mail and resulted in an 800-page manuscript that the publisher deemed too long.
Now cut in half, the book was published in February by Camino Books.
I talked to (Lambert) on the phone a couple hundred times since this started, about once a week, Brown said.
One interesting aspect of the case is that a federal judge, Stewart Dalzell, cited wholesale prosecutorial misconduct and threw out
Lamberts conviction in 1997. Dalzell held the misconduct was so outrageous the commonwealth should never be given an opportunity
to retry her, Brown noted.
However, Dalzells decision was overturned on appeal and the same judge, Lawrence F. Stengel, who convicted Lambert during a bench
trial in Lancaster County, convicted her again at a retrial. Brown said Dalzell was overturned on a technicality, because Lambert had
not exhausted her state court remedies before appealing to the federal court system.
The (Lancaster) community had it out for Lisa Lambert, said Brown. They didnt know all the facts. The two other people (Tabitha
Buck and Lawrence Yunkin) were the ones who really carried out the murder. Buck is serving a life sentence without the possibility of
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Stengel took umbrage that Dalzell walked all over his original decision, said Brown. Although Lambert appeared to have exhausted her
appeals after being rebuffed by the U.S. Supreme Court, Brown said new evidence has come to light and he is hopeful she will be
exonerated at long last.
Brown said that new evidence is an admission of misconduct that John Kenneff, the assistant district attorney who prosecuted Lambert,
allegedly made before his death.
Incredible corruption pervaded the Lancaster judicial system, Brown said.
Brown also hopes to find a new criminal lawyer in Pennsylvania to take up the cudgel on Lamberts behalf, working with a Los Angeles
attorney who is interested in the case.
Shes looking at a life sentence unless we can get this reversed, said Brown.
Brown, who grew up in Strafford and graduated from Conestoga High School, loved to read and write since I was a little kid. He went
to Gettysburg College, worked awhile and then attended law school at Dickinson. Although he likes practicing law, I always wanted to
publish a book more than anything.
I enjoy being a lawyer but my true passion is writing, said Brown.
He has also been a big sports fan since childhood, hence his interest in writing about sports, especially baseball. Brown lives in Chester
Springs with his wife, Kim, and their two sons, ages 12 and 11, and their 7-year-old daughter.
Brown will be signing copies of Love, Murder and Corruption in Lancaster County: My Story at three Barnes & Noble branches on
June 18: 10 a.m. at Fairless Hills; 1 p.m. at Neshaminy; and 4 p.m. at Plymouth Meeting.

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January 23, 1997


Mr. St an J. Cat erbone
220 St one Hill Road
Conest oga, PA 17516

Ms. Christ ina Rainville


1300 Market St reet
Philadelphia, PA 19103
RE: Previously discussed m at t ers.
Dear Ms. Rainville:
I t hank you for your help regarding t he enclosed m at erials. As I have discussed
previously, I would appreciat e your legal opinion as t o t he ext ent of m y legal right s
concerning t he following circum st ances.
I will at t em pt t o describe t he m any legal issues t hat are cont ained herein, and I have
provided docum ent at ion subst ant iat ing m y claim s. Due t o t he com plexit y and
sensit ive nat ure of t hese issues, I have t ried t o reduce t he paper t o it s sim plest
form , while also prot ect ing t he int egrit y of m y claim s. I have also provided aut hent ic
conversat ions, which I recorded m erely in m y defense as an accurat e account of t he
act ivit ies surrounding m y sudden dem ise. I possess m any m ore form s of evidence,
including over 9000 paper im ages t hat I had m icrofilm ed in Novem ber of 1987.
I realize t hat you offered t o review only a few docum ent s, however it was necessary
t o form ulat e t he docum ent s in a way t hat was sufficient t o challenge t he legal issues
t hat I am quest ioning. Docum ent s 1 & 2 would provide a glim pse int o t he legal
m erit s of m y claim s. The following is an at t em pt t o provide you wit h a brief
descript ion of t he act ivit ies and act ions cont ained in t hese m at t ers. Please
underst and t hat I have not included any relat ed act ivit ies t hat cont inued during
1991, especially concerning I SC and t he Cent ral I nt elligence Agency ( CI A) .
The following is a legend of t he conversat ions cont ained on t he Com pact Disc:
2. 09/ 29/ 87 - A segm ent of t he int erview wit h t he PA Securit ies and Exchange
Com m ission, Agent Howard Eisler, At t orney Robert Beyer, Client
Millard Johnson, and m yself, present .
3. 02/ 24/ 88 - Meet ing wit h At t orney Sandra Gray, of San Diego, California.
4. 07/ 10/ 87 - Phone conversat ion wit h Chuck Sm it h, President of Lancast er
Aviat ion.
5. 07/ 07/ 87 - Phone conversat ion wit h At t orney David Drubner.
6. 07/ 21/ 87 - Meet ing in Hollywood California wit h t he owner of Gam illion Film
St udios, who was seeking m y help t o secure financing. Also present is
Marcia Silen, a producer of t he Digit al Movie .
7. 10/ 27/ 87 - Telephone conversat ion wit h Pennsylvania Securit ies & Exchange

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Com m ission Agent , Howard Eisler.


8. 10/ 26/ 87 - Det ect ive Boden, of t he Pennsylvania At t orney Generals office.
9. 02/ 24/ 97 - ABC News 20/ 20 segm ent on I nt ernat ional Signal & Cont rol, and
Arm s t o I raq.
Please forgive t he form of t he following narrat ive, however it is especially draining t o
prepare t hese m at erials. This is t he first t im e t hat I have at t em pt ed t his t ask, wit h
t he except ion of various effort s which were int ended t o m erely defend m yself, m y
person, m y charact er, m y reput at ion, or m y asset s. You will event ually discover t hat
t he quest ion of m y m ent al condit ion is of grave im port ance t o m y perpet rat ors. For
t he record, I do suffer from Bi Polar Mood Disorder, however, no where during all of
t hese act ivit ies can anyone prove t hat I have act ed irrat ionally or insane, t he t rut h t o
m y act ions are well recorded, however t he m assive at t ack on m y m ent al condit ion is
proven t o be cent ered around lies and hearsay.
Any help pert aining t o t hese m at t ers, no m at t er how sm all, will be great ly
appreciat ed. Please invoice m e accordingly.
Th e Ba ck gr ou nd.
Ten years ago I had built a financial firm , Financial Managem ent Group, Lt d., ( FMG) .
I n 1985 I had conduct ed a m arket ing st udy t hat included int erviewing m ore t han 5
local physicians, all of subst ant ial wealt h or incom e. I had m erely described m y
st rat egic plan for FMG, and t hey gave m e feedback, all posit ive and ent husiast ic. I n
1986 I incorporat ed 11 different corporat ions, all under t he ownership of FMG. To
at t ract local t alent , FMG was owned by not only t he 3 principals, but st ock was
offered t o every professional in t he organizat ion, including sat ellit e offices. I had
raised approxim at ely $400,000 of capit al t o st art t he com pany, and I did it in
com pliance of t he PA SEC Rule 144 Regulat ion D public offering.
I n one year, we had phenom enal growt h. By June of 1987 we had invest ed
approxim at ely $50 m illion of client funds. We provided relat ively m ost of t he financial
services necessary during ones lifet im e. On t he st reet s our organizat ion was wort h
approxim at ely $4 m illion, which is st rict ly correlat ed t o t he com m issions paid out .
We had at least 10 sat ellit e offices, and covered 5 st at es. We also owned an int erest
in t he PSG Broker Dealer, which was wort h anot her $1.5 m illion.
I was Execut ive Vice President and Secret ary of FMG. I was President and Secret ary
of FMG Advisory, which was our Regist ered I nvest m ent Advisor ( RI A) . I had been
pushing t hrough t he approval process wit h t he Pennsylvania Securit ies and Exchange
Com m ission for m ore t han 6 m ont hs, concerning t he RI A.
I n early 1987 I had developed a m ort gage banking operat ion. I had negot iat ed wit h
a large Sout hwest ern m ort gage firm t o provide m ort gages for East ern Pennsylvania.
Our lending capacit y ranged from a m inim um of $3 m illion and as high as $100
m illion. Even m ore im port ant was t he fact t hat t his lending capacit y was very and
som et im es m ore com pet it ive t han ot her area lending inst it ut ions, I had short ly
developed a very large list of client s for whom I was t rying t o secure financing for
various t ypes of proj ect s.
Com bining t he m ort gage banking services wit h t he abilit y of FMG t o secure financing

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t hrough equit y invest m ent program s, I was very at t ract ive t he real est at e
com m unit y t hat had deals t o finance. My second cousin, in Houst on, TX, provided m e
wit h t his opport unit y. I n t he m at er of 2 m ont hs, we had m et not only wit h several
large local developers, I had also begun business wit h com panies locat ed in m ore
t han 5 ot her st at es. I had provided a com m it m ent let t er for $5 m illion m ort gage for
Norris Boyd, of Boyd Wilson, for t he Village of Old Hickory. Norris Boyd had
personally inform ed m e t hat I had a bet t er deal t han t he Com m onwealt h Nat ional
Bank ( who will lat er illegally reposes m y airplane) , where t he loan was current ly
secured.
I n February of 1987, because of our abilit y t o raise capit al, Scot t Robert son
request ed t hat I assist him in visit ing Power St at ion St udio, who was t rying t o secure
financing for a m ovie. Reluct ant ly, due t o t he risk involved wit h m ot ion pict ure
invest m ent s, I went t o Power St at ion St udios, in Manhat t an. Tony Bongiovi built
Power St at ion St udios t o be am ong of an elit e few. The nam es of st ars t hat recorded
t here was very im pressive. Tony also produced t he sound t rack for St ar Wars, which
was very profit able, and st ill is. Anot her proj ect , alt hough cont roversial, was his
cousin, Jon Bon Jovi. Power St at ion is where Jon Bon Jovi began his am azing career,
under early developm ent of Tony, his cousin. Cont ract ual disput es ruined t he
relat ionship, which put large sum s of m oney t o risk. Jon Bon Jovi is one of t he
leading all t im e m usicians, in t erm s of revenues.
Tony described his proj ect , which was not m erely j ust a m ovie. Tony want ed t o
develop t he first Digit al Movie . Given m y t hirst for t echnology, along wit h a
dem onst rat ed knowledge, I becam e infat uat ed wit h t he concept , t he concept of
providing t he highest qualit y of sound, along wit h t he highest qualit y of video. I had
researched t he m erit s of t he t echnology, which com plim ent ed m y own vision, and
found a t rem endously feasible proj ect , one which would have t he pot ent ial t o have a
m aj or im pact int o t he film and video indust ries. I had always personally believed t hat
sound was as im port ant as t he pict ure for t he t ruest sense of ent ert ainm ent . The
following docum ent s will dem onst rat e m y invest m ent int o t his t echnology, along wit h
m y keen sense of percept ion. Today we call t his Direct Broadcast Sat ellit e DSS,
which is current ly causing t he cable indust ry great pains. The consequences of digit al
t echnologies t o t he world of inform at ion is what now gives us t he I nform at ion
Highway, and all of it s peripheral com ponent s.
The following docum ent s will easily confirm m y int erest s t o t he preceding t hree
businesses, FMG, t he m ort gage banking operat ion, and t he Digit al Movie proj ect .
The relat ionship t o m y part ners was less t han am icable. I n developing FMG I agreed
t o let Mr. Robert Kauffm an ( Kauffm an) act as President , upon t he condit ion t hat we
each own t he sam e am ount of st ock. Mr. Michael Hart let t ( Hart let t ) did cont ribut e t o
t he early developm ent of FMG. Since Kauffm an could not cont rol m e, Kauffm an and
Hart let t would of at t em pt t o buy m e out , well aft er I creat ed and incurred t he m ost
risk, and aft er t he proven success of t he organizat ion. I n t he Spring of 1987, I had t o
personally t ake cont rol of t he Board of Direct ors t o undue a m erger t hat present ed
great risk t o t he com pany, and m y invest m ent . As part of our st rat egic plan, we
agreed t o purchase an int erest in a Broker Dealer, rat her t han spending t he capit al
and hum an resources in which it would require. I had personally t raveled t o
Washingt on D.C., t o visit t his com pany, which was Kauffm ans idea, and I lit erally
found an em pt y shell. I found offices full of em pt y cart ons, em py file cabinet s, and
t his was t he com pany t hat was responsible for processing all of t he securit ies
business t hat our brokers t ransact . This process was vit al t o our organizat ion.

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I im m ediat ely flew t o At lant a, GA, t o visit anot her com pany, PSC, which had been
court ing our com pany for a relat ionship for alm ost a year. I t was a com pany t hat
provided t echnology, service, affiliat es which account ed for several of t he past
president s I nt ernat ional Associat ion for Financial Planners, of which I served as Vice
President t he Cent ral Pennsylvania Chapt er. ( This associat ion provided m e wit h t he
nat ional exposure t o develop FMG.) I n May of 1987, while t raveling t o a conference
in Palm Springs, CA, t he FMG Board of Direct ors approve t he m erger of PSG, I had
vot ed via t elephone from an airport in Chicago.
The would be t he last t im e t hat I would vot e at an FMG Board of Direct ors m eet ing.
This is when I loose virt ually everyt hing t hat is vit al t o a businessm an, m y asset s,
excellent credit rat ing and m y spot less reput at ion, m y professional designat ions and
licenses, t he opport unit y t o cont inue t he vast business opport unit ies t hat I have
developed, and m ost painfully, m y dignit y - - - all wit hout m erit or reasonable cause.
June 2 3 , 1 9 8 7
10: 30 am . I have a schedule m eet ing wit h Mr. Larry Resch and Mr. Carl
Jacobson,bot h of I nt ernat ional Signal & Cont rol, ( I SC) and Unit ed Chem Con. The
m eet ing was t o discuss different financial deals. Upon arriving, Mr. Resch disclosed
t o m e t hat t hey had t o fly Carl out of t he count ry t his m orning, he will not be here.
I rem em ber t hat t here was a lot of nam es and places, all over t he world, t hat
m ent ioned.
During our discussions, I had becom e annoyed at som et hing, so I began m aking
assert ions t hat I SC and Mr. Jam es Guerin was involved wit h fraudulent act ivit ies. I
furt her described som e of t hose act ivit ies.
I did not know t hat Mr. Resch was as close t o Mr. Jam es Guerin as you could get .
At approxim at ely 3: 00 t hat sam e aft ernoon, I had Russell Locksm it h com pany
change t he locks t o m y office door. Bet ween m y part ners and I SC, I apparent ly
becam e concerned.
2 Days lat er, on June 25t h, via t elephone, Mr. Kauffm an carelessly report ed t hat 2
st ock cert ificat es were issued, wit hout m y aut horizat ion.
First , I , act ing as Secret ary ,I m ust aut horize and issue st ock cert ificat es, in
accordance t o t he Art icles of I ncorporat ion.
Secondly, Kauffm an and com pany m ust have burglarized m y office t o gain access t o
t he corporat e records, which were under m y cust ody, as defined in t he Art icles.
Several days lat er, during t he night , I had went int o m y office and rem oved all of m y
files, and upon finding a forged st ock cert ificat e wit h anot her Board of Direct or
signing as m yself and as Secret ary, which violat ed several bylaws of t he Art icles of
I ncorporat ion.
The next day I went t o t he office of m y at t orney, Mr. Joseph, who advised m e t o
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som e rest . Mr. Roda would lat er represent Mr. William Clark, corporat e legal counsel
for I SC against Mr. Jam es Guerin in cont ract disput e for several m illion dollars.
That aft ernoon, I loaded all of m y files int o m y airplane, t o t ransport t o St one Harbor
NJ, where I was rent ing anot her house for t he Digit al Movie proj ect . I had secured
pilot s from Rom ar Aviat ion t o t ransport t he files early t he next m orning. I had driven
t o New Jersey t hat evening.
That next m orning, t he pilot t hat I had hired t o fly m y plane, t elephoned m e and
inform ed m e t hat m y plane was repossessed and locked in a hanger, and he would
not be able t o deliver m y files.
Those files were t he only m eans of subst ant iat ing t he t rut h in order t o prot ect m yself
from what ever was happening.
My first paym ent t o Com m onwealt h Nat ional Bank, was not due for anot her m ont h.
I n short , I finally found a pilot at t he Cape May Airport t o fly t o Lancast er t o m y
files.He ret urned hours lat er wit h m y files, and would only m ent ion som e incident
involving a gun. Lat er I would be t old t hat he died a m yst erious deat h t he next
m ont h.
Not knowing t hat Com m onwealt h Nat ional Bank, t he sam e bank t hat I was about t o
t ransfer $5 Million m ort gage t o m y m ort gage operat ions, had act ually repossessed
m y t it led airplane in t he m iddle of t he night . And convenient ly wit h all of m y files
aboard. What bank repossesses legit im at e possessions in t he m iddle of t he night ?
This will be t he end of m y life as I know it , I had dem onst rat ed m y success, m y
reput at ion was exem plified t hrough m y abilit y t o develop FMG, and m y financial
credit was flawless. I n t he following m ont hs, I will suspiciously loose everyt hing;
including m y asset s, m y business int erest s, m y reput at ion, m y credit , and t he m ost
valuable of all, m y opport unit y; and ult im at ely, m y dignit y. I n realit y, I was never
even given t he chance t o fail.
I will cont end, and prove, t hat all of t he act ions were wit hout m erit and m any of
which were fraudulent t hem selves, and I know t hat I can subst ant iat e t hat
st at em ent .
According t he Art icles of I ncorporat ion, I was never legally rem oved as Secret ary, or
any ot her official dut ies. Because, t here cant be a Board of Direct ors Meet ing
wit hout m e, t he Secret ary. The record in t he prelim inary hearing t ranscript clearly
proves t hat t here was no legal Board of Direct ors Meet ing t hat rem oved m e.
I never resigned from any posit ions or official dut ies of FMG, nor was I ever officially
and legally rem oved from t he sam e.
I was a Tenant , wit h a $500,000 personal guarant ee at t ached t o t he lease of FMG,
Lt d.
The forgery of st ock cert ificat es violat ed t he bylaws of t he Art icles of I ncorporat ion,
t hus, as Secret ary, m y dut ies were t o safeguard t he corporat e records.
The evidence indicat es t hat all of t he arrest s were fabricat ed, t he airplane
repossession was illegal, and all of t he allegat ions of insanit y were m alicious.

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I nt ernat ional, raised a quest ion of subst ant ial risk, unlike t hat of which Ferrant i was
accust om ed. The report caut ioned any alliance due t o t he relat ed CI A act ivit ies
connect ed t o I SC, and t he lack of st abilit y of t he cust om ers ( I raq?) . At t hat sam e
t im e, I was m aking public allegat ions against I SC. My conversat ions posed
considerable risk t o t hose connect ed wit h t he pending deal wit h Farrant i.
I can subst ant iat e m y claim t hat ; everyt hing t hat t ranspired during t he days
im m ediat ely following t he forged st ock cert ificat e, of FMG, Lt d., st ock on June 25,
1987 was illegal and violat ed several of t he bylaws of t he Art icles of I ncorporat ion I
was t he only officer t hat was in com pliance wit h t he bylaws of t he Art icles of
I ncorporat ion, and t he only officer t hat did not violat e crim inal codes.
I can subst ant iat e m y claim t hat I had an int erest in Digit al Technologies , including
pat ent research from Mr Joel Goldham m er, of t he law firm of Seidel, Gonda,
Goldham m er & Abbot t , P.C. of Philadelphia, which violat ed several st at ut es of
int ellect ual propert y right s. I can subst ant iat e m y claim s t hat all of t he arrest s and
hospit alizat ions were m alicious and illegal, violat ing several of m y civil right s.
I can subst ant iat e m y claim t hat m y allegat ions of fraud wit hin I nt ernat ional Signal &
Cont rol, Plc., were m ot ive for m any of m y perpet rat ors.
I can subst ant iat e m y claim t hat t he Pennsylvania At t orney Generals Office, and t he
Pennsylvania Securit ies and Exchange Com m ission; aided and abet t ed in t he sale of
Arm s and Technologies t o I raq, by virt ue of t he fact t hat I m ade form al com plaint s
involving t he sam e, and bot h agencies violat ed m y const it ut ional right s t o suppress
t he t rut h of m y com plaint s.
I can subst ant iat e t he legal validit y of t he recorded conversat ions for m y defense.
My int erest s in Digit al Technologies , and m y dem and t o be rest ored t o whole, is
t he m at t er at hand.

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COLUMN ONE; A Bitter Lesson for Lancaster County; Judge says Pennsylvania community 'lost its soul'
in push to convict woman of murder. Residents claim he, not they, are mocking justice. Right or wrong,
his ruling challenges U.S. court system's balance of power. Series: * Second of two parts; [Home Edition]
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By midmorning on the first day of Lisa Michelle Lambert's federal habeas corpus hearing, U.S. District Judge Stewart Dalzell
already could be seen displaying alarm over what he was hearing.
From the lawyers' briefs alone, he'd read enough to persuade him to grant Lisa's request for this uncommon federal review of a
state murder conviction. He'd read enough to suspect that just possibly,Lisa Lambert, although sentenced to life without parole,
hadn't killed Laurie Show over a teenage romantic rivalry. He'd read enough to surmise that just maybe, Lisa's boyfriend,
Lawrence "Butch" Yunkin, along with a girl named Tabitha Buck, had killed Laurie.
Now, he was listening to evidence that served only to deepen his concerns regarding Lancaster County's prosecution of Lisa.
It was March 31. Computers, boxes of documents and piles of papers filled the small hearing room on the fifth floor of the
federal courthouse in downtown Philadelphia. Lisa's parents sat in the first row, Laurie Show's behind them. Reporters and
court personnel occupied the jury box. On the stand, an expert witness for Lisa's side, Northwestern University speech
professor Charles Larson, was testifying.
Contrary to the autopsy report, Larson believed--as did three emergency medical technicians and the Philadelphia medical
examiner--that Laurie Show's left carotid artery had been severed by whoever slashed her throat. This, he explained, left her
unable to say "Michelle did it," as Laurie's mother, Hazel, had claimed. Her vocal tract was "destroyed," her left brain
hemisphere "dying." She was "totally incapable of speech."
How, asked Lisa's attorney, Christina Rainville, could two doctors have signed an autopsy report saying that the carotid arteries
weren't "involved"?
Those two doctors were both Lancaster County physicians, one the part-time coroner, the other an ear-nose-and-throat
specialist.
"I don't think they were telling the truth," Larson replied.
Dalzell peered over gold wire-rimmed bifocals at the witness. "Oh," he said. "Well, OK."
So it went, hour by hour, for 15 days.
That this hearing was even being held appalled most in Lancaster County, about 75 miles west of Philadelphia. In the 1991
killing of Laurie Show, Lisa had already been found guilty of first-degree murder, Tabitha Buck of second-degree, Butch Yunkin
of third-degree. Now here was Lisa, claiming her innocence, claiming all sorts of prosecutorial abuse. Now here was Lisa,
seeking a federal order freeing her because the state had illegally imprisoned her.
For Lisa to cast herself as an innocent victim was maddening enough. For a federal judge to take her seriously was
unimaginable. Yet that was just what was happening in this Philadelphia courtroom.
The second day of the hearing found Dalzell puzzling over two quite different versions of a videotaped police search of the
Susquehanna River. The one initially provided by the Lancaster County district attorney, eight minutes long, had no soundtrack,
and no images of police finding a pink bag Lisa said she'd thrown there. The second, obtained through discovery only after
Rainville realized she'd been sent an edited tape, was four minutes longer. It had sound. It also had an officer kicking at a pink

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After watching these tapes, Dalzell removed his glasses and rubbed his eyes, something he'd do more than once during the
three-week hearing. He studied Lisa, also something he'd do more than once, especially in the hearing's early days. Lisa,
sobbing off and on, was staring down at the table where she sat, bent over, her hands between her legs. Dalzell looked as if he
were trying to fathom her character.
The third day found Dalzell puzzling over Lisa's initial statement to the police. He listened to East Lampeter Police Det.
Raymond Solt try to reconcile the typewritten first page, where Lisa says she wore her own clothes at the murder scene, and a
handwritten last page where Lisa says she wore Butch's sweatpants. He listened to Solt explain how he destroyed all his notes
from the interview. By the time Solt stepped down, the judge was referring openly to "Ms. Lambert's alleged statement."
With Det. Ronald Barley on the stand later that afternoon, Dalzell grew even more openly dissatisfied. Barley was a
well-regarded detective in Lancaster County. A "very thorough investigator" is how Ted Darcus, chairman of Lancaster's City
Council, considered him. Barley "dealt well with people in our community accused of crimes." Yet this wasn't apparent to
Dalzell.
Barley, being questioned about the taped interview he helped conduct with Butch Yunkin--a tape full of laughter, clicks and
obvious gaps--kept waffling so much that Dalzell finally snapped: "Answer her question! Yes or no?" Rather than heed the
suggestion, Barley grew even more evasive. Asked about a critical spot where the recorder clicked off, he denied even being in
the interview room at that moment.
Dalzell had heard enough. He called a recess and ordered all the lawyers into his chambers.
"I want to know what is going on here," he told Lancaster County Dist. Atty. Joseph Madenspacher. "I'm hearing perjured
testimony. . . . As we had with Det. Solt, {Barley} is contradicting his own statement. . . . My patience has just run out. . . . I'm
afraid the commonwealth is allowing perjured testimony in federal court. . . . I'm being lied to. . . . This man gives me the
unbelievably fantasti statement that suddenly he 'evaporated.' It's totally incredible, and I'm afraid I'm going to have to refer this,
if this keeps up, to the United States attorney. . . ."
Madenspacher shifted uneasily. This hadn't been his case to try. He'd left the prosecution to his seasoned first assistant, John
Kenneff. "I understand what the court is saying . . .," he replied. "I don't know what I'm going to do, but I'm going to do
something."
Little changed, though, when Barley resumed the stand. He didn't recall his colleague, Det. Ronald "Slick" Savage, turning the
tape recorder on and off. He destroyed his notes after taking Butch's statement.
"No, no . . . please answer her questions. Will you do that?" Dalzell interrupted at one point.
"You knew . . . because you took the statement?" the judge asked later. "Or did you disappear for that part? . . . Oh, do you
have that ability to appear and disappear at will?"
By the time Barley tried to explain how he "completely forgot" they'd found a pink bag during the river search--a pink bag that
Lisa told them contained Butch Yunkin's bloodied sneakers--Dalzell was beside himself. It helped his mood little when, with
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pink bag, then waving the camera off.


"No, that's not me," Barley said.
Rainville inched the videotape ahead a moment. "No, no ma'am."
Again she moved the tape forward. Now the man at the river could be seen clearly.
"That is me," Barley allowed. "I don't know why I waved at that point."
Dalzell again peered over his eyeglasses. "Who were you waving to? The record should reflect that the witness definitely waved
directly at the camera. What in the world were you doing, if you weren't waving to the camera?"
Barley looked blank. "I don't recall, sir."
Defendant Alleges Gang Rape
On the seventh day, Dalzell began to hear Lisa Lambert's story of being gang-raped by three policemen six months before
Show's murder.
Lisa--her extravagant eye makeup toned down but still too thick for Rainville's taste--had started testifying the previous day.
Now she described being stalked by an officer named Robin Weaver, of vainly calling his police chief to complain, of receiving
threatening calls after the alleged attack. She explained how fear had kept her from telling this story before. Finally, she
explained why she now was willing to talk.
In a deposition given to Lisa's attorneys before the hearing, Weaver, without being asked, had referred to the gang-rape
accusation. He thought Lisa had cited it in her habeas petition, but she had not. The charge had never been raised publicly. To
Lisa, Weaver's comment, therefore, provided independent proof of her claim: "There is no way that he could have ever known
about that unless he was there and he did it. It was not raised in the petition."
Dalzell interrupted: "Is that true?"
"That is true, your honor," said Rainville, who had been appointed by the judge to represent Lisa on a pro-bono basis.
Dalzell again had heard enough: "We'll take another recess. . . . I want {Weaver} here this afternoon, and I don't want anyone to
say a word about what has come up here. If he resists, please tell me. I will have the marshal arrest him, OK?"
Moments later, Dalzell learned that prosecutor John Kenneff already had discussed the rape allegation with Weaver.
"So he's been coached . . . ," Dalzell exclaimed.
The judge's budding animosity toward Kenneff was palpable. The prosecutor had not yet appeared before him, but the residue
of his work at the Lambert trial was everywhere.
"I'm going to direct that Mr. Kenneff have no further contact with any witness in this case. . . ," Dalzell declared. "And he might
want to consult with counsel. . . . I'm going to want to hear about this, because in the context of this case, Mr. Kenneff, God help

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him, if he coached this witness. God help him. . . . Mr. Kenneff, at his election, should retain counsel for proceedings that may
follow this one."

On the witness stand that afternoon, Weaver absorbed the full brunt of Dalzell's rancor. The judge grilled him: Have you talked
to any human beings? You understand you're in federal court? You understand the laws of the United States apply? You
understand you're under oath?"
Weaver said he did, and then denied any involvement in a rape of Lisa Lambert. Dalzell, though, wasn't finished.
Weaver had been among the first on the murder scene. It was he who'd initially questioned Hazel Show, and it was he who had
written the police report. Yet, nowhere in it had he indicated that Hazel Show heard her daughter make a dying declaration
about Lisa. Nor had he done so in a final report written three weeks later.
"Yes or no," the judge demanded. "Did you hear Hazel Show report a dying declaration?"
"I don't remember. . . . " Weaver replied. "She could have or she may not have."
"Is it your testimony that you would not have put it in a report if Hazel Show had told you about a dying declaration, that you
would not have put it down in that report? Is that your testimony? Yes or no?"
"No."
"So the fact that you don't make reference to a dying declaration, is some evidence that she didn't tell you that. Correct?"
"You can infer that, yes, sir."
"Oh," the judge said. "I could infer it. Could I infer anything else from that?"
Mounting Anger Among Citizenry
Day by day, watching from afar or from a courtroom seat, the citizens of Lancaster County grew ever more amazed and furious
as the Lambert hearing unfolded. This is shocking us, they declared. This is shaking our confidence in the American judicial
system.
What troubled them, though, were not the revelations coming out of Dalzell's courtroom. It was, rather, Dalzell's conduct.
The judge was "making the county look bad." The judge sounds as if he "revels in publicly humiliating Lancaster County."
Most irksome of all was the judge's handling of Lancaster County authorities. He was "discourteous" to the police officers and
John Kenneff. He sighed and rolled his eyes and looked at the ceiling as they testified. He interrupted with his own questions,
as if to assist the defense. He acted as if he didn't believe them.
Many in Lancaster County just couldn't fathom such an attitude. The police and prosecutors were their neighbors, their friends,
their protectors. They couldn't possibly manipulate evidence. They couldn't possibly lie.
By midway through the hearing, a certain tone of frantic fear could be heard in the county's response. Don't believe the "lies and

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untruths" being aimed at our police, urged East Lampeter Supervisor Chairman John Shertzer. Don't "rush to judgment." It's
"unfortunate that so much is being made of such insignificant points."

In his opening statement at the hearing, Madenspacher, the district attorney, had allowed that the investigation hadn't been
"perfect," that maybe they'd been a little "careless," maybe a little "sloppy." Others, though, refused even to acknowledge that
much. All sorts of citizens instead continued to offer glowing tributes to the police and prosecutors.
No one official drew more accolades than did John Kenneff. He is a big, heavyset man with a full, broad Irish face. Growing up
in Lancaster County, Kenneff was considered a fine schoolboy, a high achiever. Not Harvard-level material, but his college,
Villanova University, was nonetheless a good school. Not as good as the University of Pennsylvania, but the next step.
He'd come back after law school, opened a private practice, worked his way up through the D.A.'s office. He came to all the
Fourth of July picnics; he brought his family, he brought his dog. He was known as a committed, persistent prosecutor, one of
the fairest and most reasonable in the county.
Even the defense attorneys who went up against him said as much. Even they called him a decent, honest guy. To Terry
Kauffman, a dairy farmer and chairman of the board of county commissioners, that particularly carried a lot of weight: "A lot of
people I know here, from both sides of the aisle, say he's the best. I know them, and I've known Jack Kenneff for years. I don't
know Stewart Dalzell."
Darcus--the chairman of the Lancaster City Council, a black man from West Virginia who followed a Boys' Club job to Lancaster
30 years ago and happily settled--believed he possessed an especially close take on John Kenneff's character. They'd been
involved together in a "Weed and Seed" anti-crime development program in Lancaster's minority community. So Darcus saw
Kenneff not just as a prosecutor, but a community leader. Also as a father: Kenneff's children went to the same Catholic school
as Darcus' son.
"I've seen how he cares about people," Darcus said. "I've seen him deal with people in my community. I've seen him go beyond
what was needed. Knowing Jack Kenneff, I just can't picture this man doing what the judge says. I wonder how that judge
sleeps at night."
Denials From the Prosecutor
No, John Kenneff insisted. No, he didn't think Butch Yunkin's sweatpants were a critical issue at the murder trial. No, he had no
recollection of looking at the sweatpants the state put into evidence.
It was April 15, the hearing's 11th day. Kenneff had taken the witness stand soon after court convened. Questioning him was
Peter Greenberg, Rainville's husband, a partner at their law firm and one of Philadelphia's most-accomplished litigators.
At the trial, the state's theory of the murder had Lisa wearing Butch's extra-large men's sweatpants, found full of blood in a
dumpster after the attack. Trial judge Lawrence F. Stengel accepted this theory and thought it significant. So Kenneff's answers
now caused Dalzell to lean forward.
"Did you make a conscious judgment at trial as to who was wearing the clothing that you put into evidence?" Greenberg asked.
"It was my understanding that Miss Lambert had admitted to wearing the clothing . . . ," Kenneff replied.

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Dalzell interrupted: "I don't think that's the question he asked you. And I think you ought to listen more carefully to Mr.
Greenberg's questions because I don't think you're answering them. . . . That question can be answered yes or no."
So it went through much of the morning. Lancaster County citizens were right: Dalzell by then couldn't hide his dismay for their
assistant district attorney. The moments when the judge removed his glasses and rubbed his eyes were adding up.
For 10 days he'd been exposed to an ever-more disturbing portrait of how Kenneff had prosecuted Lisa Lambert. He'd listened
to the pathologist Isidore Mihalakis--a defense witness at Lisa's murder trial--describe private conversations with Kenneff that
Dalzell thought constituted witness-tampering. He'd heard how authorities had concealed critical testimony by Hazel Show's
neighbor Kathleen Bayan. He'd been presented evidence that convinced him the state had "lost" an earring of Butch's found on
the victim's body. He'd been presented evidence that convinced him the state had edited critical video and audiotapes.
Now the man who oversaw the state's efforts sat before Dalzell on the witness stand.
No, Kenneff was testifying. He didn't recall looking at the river-search video.
"You didn't think it worthwhile to look at the video?" Greenberg asked.
"I didn't think what happened at the river was a contested issue," Kenneff replied.
This time, Greenberg snapped before the judge could: "You've been in this business long enough to know that when I ask a
question you're supposed to answer it?"
"Right," Kenneff agreed.
Dalzell joined in now: "It would be nice if you would do that. . . . I want to warn you, sir, that, if you don't do that, you are going to
put me into a position where this will have to get unpleasant. Do you understand that? . . . The record should reflect that you
have been consistently unresponsive to the questions. . . . "
Greenberg turned back to the matter of Butch's sweatpants. Now, Kenneff has even resisted saying he based the case on the
theory that Lisa wore Butch's clothing. He no longer, in fact, was sure whether the sweatpants were Butch's.
The pair he'd produced for the habeas hearing, after all, were much smaller than men's extra-large. "The sweatpants would
have looked ridiculous if worn by 6-foot-1-inch-tall Butch," Kenneff had argued in a written response just before the hearing.
"You are the same person . . . " Greenberg asked, "saying that the sweatpants would have looked ridiculous on Butch, who put
Butch on to testify in Lisa's trial . . . that they were his sweatpants, these very same sweatpants that would have looked
ridiculous on him?"
"Correct."
"These are the same sweatpants that Judge Stengel found belonged to Butch?"
"Correct."

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"And if you had your way, Lisa would have been executed based on that evidence, wouldn't she?"
Kenneff hesitated; Dalzell spoke: "Yes or no," the judge ordered.
"That would be correct."
Greenberg erupted: "Do you think this is some kind of game? . . . Do you realize that there is a human being sitting here who is
in jail serving a life sentence based on the evidence you put on . . . that you are now disowning. . . . Not only are you disowning
it, you are committing perjury. . . . Are you sure it is Miss Lambert who is a dangerous person in this courtroom?"
Handling of Letter Infuriated Judge
In the end, the commonwealth's handling of the controversial 29 Question Letter was what most inflamed Dalzell.
Lisa had written Butch from jail, asking a series of questions. The answers Butch had scrawled under each question, the judge
felt, left no doubt that he was the murderer of Laurie, and that his accomplice was Tabitha Buck. That the letter was authentic
seemed equally certain to Dalzell: Both the state and defense experts had affirmed there'd been no alteration.
Yet, Kenneff--after stipulating to the experts' opinions--had let Butch testify at Lambert's trial that the questions were altered.
That the prosecutor knew his witness was committing perjury appeared obvious to Dalzell. At Butch's plea-bargain hearing after
Lisa's conviction, Kenneff wanted to revoke their deal precisely because of this perjury.
Experts had reviewed the 29 Questions Letter and Butch's trial testimony, Kenneff told the judge at that Oct. 10, 1992, hearing.
"They advised us that his testimony . . . regarding that {letter} that was false . . . . It is our opinion that he testified falsely . . . on
that basis we feel we are entitled to withdraw from the original plea agreement."
There just was no ambiguity, Dalzell felt: Kenneff knew that Butch committed perjury on a material issue, regarding a document
that established Lisa's innocence.
Under such circumstances, Dalzell believed Kenneff had an unambiguous ethical obligation to take remedial action with the
court that convicted Lambert. The Pennsylvania Rule of Professional Conduct was clear about this: "A lawyer shall not
knowingly . . . offer evidence that the lawyer knows to be false. If a lawyer has offered material evidence and comes to know of
its falsity, the lawyer shall take reasonable remedial steps."
Yet far from complying with this rule, it looked to Dalzell as if Kenneff had encouraged Judge Stengel to accept Butch's perjured
testimony. "I think he's just like any other witness," Kenneff told Stengel when Lisa's attorney moved for a mistrial based on
Butch's perjury. "You can believe some of it, all of it, or none."
It was worse than that, in Dalzell's eyes. For, after obtaining a conviction based partly on this perjured testimony, Kenneff had
coolly proceeded to seek the death penalty for Lisa Lambert.
Now, remarkably, Kenneff at this habeas hearing--and in written responses that looked to Dalzell to be blatantly false--was back
to arguing that some of the 29 questions had been initially written in pencil, then altered. In other words, Kenneff, before Dalzell,
was defending testimony by Butch that he had told two other judges was a lie.

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"Do you want to take remedial actions with Judge Dalzell?" Peter Greenberg asked.
Here the judge interceded: "I was just going to ask that myself. . . ."
It was the morning of April 16, the hearing's 12th day. Kenneff had been on the stand for hours.
"Well, your honor," Kenneff responded. "I think I still feel the same way about the 29 questions. . . . That there is some type of
tampering with it. . . . "
"No, no, no, sir," Dalzell interrupted. "I am going to jump in here. You said in your answer to me that there was pencil. And you
have testified under oath here that your expert and the defense expert said there was no graphite. . . . "
"Judge," Kenneff began.
Dalzell spoke over him: "I want to warn you, sir, you are under oath, and you are subject to the rules of professional
responsibility. . . . Do you retract that statement that you signed . . . as to pencil? Yes or no?"
"I just don't think I can answer that question yes or no, judge."
Dalzell turned to Madenspacher, Kenneff's supervisor. "Does the commonwealth retract it?"
Madenspacher rose. "Yes, your honor. We retract it."
"Thank you," Dalzell said. He turned back to Kenneff. "Your boss just retracted it. Next question."
Their confrontation hadn't peaked yet.
The climax came minutes later, when Greenberg began listing all the pieces of evidence that the district attorney's office kept
from Roy Shirk, Lisa's attorney at her trial. What if Shirk had the names of the emergency medical technicians? What if he knew
the police had found a pink bag? What if he had the unedited river-search video? What if he knew a neighbor had seen Butch at
the crime scene?
"Well," Kenneff tried to answer, "the Pennsylvania Rule provides for certain . . . "
That's as far as he got. Dalzell exploded: "No. Excuse me. We're talking here--let me just make something clear to you. We're
talking here about something called the United States Constitution, and in particular the 14th Amendment thereof, which has a
clause in it that refers to due process of law. OK? Have you heard of that?"
"Yes sir."
"That's what we're talking about. . . . So we're not talking about the Pennsylvania Rules of Criminal Procedure. We're talking
about due process of law here. . . . That's what we're talking about here. You got it? Do you understand?"
"Yes," Kenneff replied.

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Biggest Drama Begins to Unfold


As it happened, the confrontation between Dalzell and Kenneff was neither the most dramatic nor revealing sequence to occur
on this 12th day of Lisa's habeas hearing. The event that would eclipse it began only after Kenneff left the witness stand, and
court adjourned for lunch.
Madenspacher, walking toward his hotel, bumped into Hazel Show's brother, who reported that his sister needed to talk to him.
Back at the Holiday Inn in downtown Philadelphia, where both were staying, Madenspacher walked up to Show's room.
Sobbing as she talked, the murder victim's mother told him her story.
During the hearing that morning, she'd suddenly recalled the morning of the murder: As she drove up Black Oak Road to her
condo, on her way to find Laurie's body, a brownish-colored car passed, heading out of the condo complex. It was Butch's car.
She looked at Butch. There was recognition on his face. He pushed down someone with blond hair. There was also a third
person in the back seat, with black hair.
She'd told this to Det. Ron Savage back then. Savage had come to her house saying one of her neighbors had seen Butch's car
leave the complex. She'd started to say she had too. Savage had stopped her, told her not to dwell on that. They had so many
witnesses saying Butch wasn't there. Besides, this neighbor lady was kind of disturbed anyhow. Probably wouldn't be a reliable
witness. We were better to go with Butch not being there.
Hazel was sobbing harder now. She'd forgotten about it, she told Madenspacher. She'd put it aside. Until now.
Madenspacher was reeling. Hazel's story fit exactly with testimony given by that "neighbor lady," Kathleen Bayan, on the
hearing's fourth day. Testimony that Hazel hadn't heard because she'd left the courtroom early that day. Testimony that had
never been produced at Lisa's murder trial. Testimony that Kenneff knew about back then but had never shared with Lambert's
attorney. Testimony that Savage had tried to water down while taking Bayan's initial statement, then dismissed as coming from
a woman with "an emotional problem."
Hazel's story also fit perfectly with something else: Lisa Lambert's testimony at her trial. There she'd told of driving by Hazel
Show, of Butch saying, "Oh . . . it's Hazel," of Butch pushing her head down.
Madenspacher pondered. If true, it seemed to him that this story knocked out the underlying theory of the trial, which was that
Butch wasn't at the condo. It didn't mean Butch was actually inside; it didn't clear Lisa; it could be explained. But it was a new
story. It changed the theory of the case. Madenspacher felt as if he were slipping into shock.
"You sure?" he asked. "Let's hear it again."
Hazel repeated her story.
Madenspacher had no choice: He had to get this to the judge. He couldn't suppress it. The only question was, when and how? It
was going to come out anyway, Madenspacher figured. So let's get the bad news over with.
The conference in Dalzell's chambers began at 1:40 p.m. that day. Present were the judge, the lawyers for all sides, Hazel
Show and Lisa Lambert.

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Hazel Show told her story again, this time before a court reporter: Well, when I was sitting in the courtroom today, I realized that
I had seen Lawrence's {Butch's} car with passengers drive out of our condominium complex. . . . Det. Savage said that I wasn't
to dwell on it. . . . I never thought anymore about it until I was sitting in there. . . . It all just came back.
By now, Lisa was sobbing along with Hazel.
"It's OK, Miss Lambert," Dalzell said. "It's OK."
To Dalzell, this revelation was the final straw. Throughout Lisa's trial the state had been at pains to keep Butch as far from the
Show condo as possible. No doubt that was why the state had never disclosed anything about Hazel's report or Bayan.
To Dalzell, it wasn't just that Hazel's and Bayan's accounts were consistent with Lisa's testimony at trial five years ago: Just
about everything being revealed at this hearing was consistent with Lisa's testimony back then.
From all he'd heard, Dalzell now believed that the commonwealth's misconduct had been so substantive, it had undermined the
state court's ability to find the truth. He believed the commonwealth had committed at least 25 separate instances of
prosecutorial misconduct--all constitutional violations, all violations of the norms of a civilized society.
It seemed clear to him that Laurie Show did not say "Michelle did it." It seemed clear that Butch, in the 29 Questions Letter,
confessed to the murder. It seemed clear Lisa didn't wear Butch's sweatpants on the morning of the murder. It seemed clear the
police had fabricated Lisa's initial statement.
Worse yet, in Dalzell's view, the commonwealth still hadn't stopped its treachery. At this habeas hearing the state had produced
not the extra-large sweatpants of Butch's from the original trial, but a smaller girl's pair. The commonwealth, Dalzell believed,
had perpetrated a fraud on the federal court; the commonwealth had swapped evidence.
At least six state witnesses, by Dalzell's count, had perjured themselves before him. One, Ron Savage--now an elected district
justice in Lancaster County--likely obstructed justice. And now this: now Hazel's revelation, right before his eyes. Hazel had
every reason to want Lisa's petition denied; Hazel sincerely believed Lambert did it. Yet still she'd felt compelled to tell this
story. Dalzell had never seen a more courageous act.
"Well," the judge told those gathered in his chambers. "Now we come to the question of relief. Does the commonwealth intend
to defend this case?"
All eyes turned to Madenspacher.
The Lancaster County district attorney had been looking uncomfortable in recent days. Nothing he'd heard rose to the level of
conscious misconduct or obstruction, he kept insisting. But he had to admit, it hadn't been a perfect trial or investigation. He
wished certain things had been done differently.
In Lancaster County, then as now, there were many who wanted their district attorney to fight ferociously. There were many who
wanted their district attorney to defend their honor, to insist they'd done nothing wrong, to match Lisa's lawyers blow for blow.
Yet, Madenspacher, at this moment, wasn't sure what should be done. Everything, he would say later, was "spinning in my
mind." It was "awful tough" operating away from the office. It "would have been nice" to have known everything from the start.

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"Now, obviously . . . " he finally told the judge. "There is some relief that is justified in this particular case. . . ."
That was all Dalzell needed; he now had the commonwealth's assent. The state hadn't even put on its case yet, but he meant to
get Lisa out of prison. He also meant to get Savage off the bench forever; he didn't see how Savage could hear cases anymore,
and he planned to tell the Pennsylvania Supreme Court just that.
"You can make a choice overnight," Dalzell advised the district attorney, "whether you want to defend this case, put on your own
witnesses. In the meantime, I'm going to release Ms. Lambert into some agreed-upon custody. . . . Because it's quite clear now
that the petitioner is entitled to relief, the only question is how much."
Off to one side, a dismayed Hazel Show tried to interject: "Laurie told me she did it. . . . "
Madenspacher's voice overrode hers. "Yes, I agree relief is warranted, and I think we're talking now. . . . "
"About what relief," the judge said.
"What relief, your honor . . . "
"I can tell you, Mr. Madenspacher, that I've thought about nothing else but this case for over three weeks, and in my experience,
sir, and I invite you to disabuse me of this at oral argument, I want you and I want the Schnader firm to look for any case in any
jurisdiction in the English-speaking world where there has been as much prosecutorial misconduct, because I haven't found it. .
. . So are we agreed that the petitioner will tonight be released into the custody of Ms. Rainville?"
Madenspacher nodded. "I don't see how I can object to that, your honor."
Stunned Response in Lancaster County
In bars and cafes, street corners and living rooms, the citizens of Lancaster County gasped at the news of Lisa's release. Their
district attorney may not have seen reason to object, but they did. Most sounded stunned; many sounded enraged. One man, at
8 a.m. on the morning after her release, anonymously called in a phone threat to the Lancaster Sunday News, saying he would
kill Lambert if she returned to Lancaster.
Maybe there were "mistakes," the more rational by now were willing to allow. Maybe there was "sloppy" police work. Maybe Lisa
even deserves a new trial. Nothing more than that, though. Certainly not her freedom. She was there, she was an accomplice,
she was a co-conspirator. Give her a new trial, remand it elsewhere even. But don't just let her go. You can't just let her go.
"Lambert is not innocent--how could she be?" the Lancaster New Era editorialized the day after Hazel Show's revelation. " . . .
even with newly revealed evidence that supports her claims, Lambert is still irrevocably involved in the events that lead to Laurie
Show's murder. These facts must not be drowned out by the explosive revelations at Lambert's federal appeals hearing. . . . "
As it happened, these thoughts exactly echoed those offered by Judge Stengel, who'd presided at Lisa's murder trial. "Even if
Lambert's story at trial was completely credible," Stengel had declared in his written opinions, "she would still be an accomplice
to the crime of murder. . . . The single most important fact on the issue of guilt is whether Ms. Lambert was present in the Show
condominium at the time of the killing. By her own admission, she was present. . . . "

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Dalzell, however, simply did not accept this notion, at least not in a federal habeas hearing.
On the proceeding's final day, when Madenspacher in his closing argument spoke of Lambert being guilty at least as an
accomplice or conspirator, Dalzell waved him off. "She wasn't charged with conspiracy was she?" he declared. "She was
charged with first-degree murder. So the only issue before me is actual innocence of first-degree murder. That is what she was
convicted of."
In fact, the law is murky on this point. Lisa was actually charged with criminal homicide, which in Pennsylvania encompasses all
degrees of murder. How her conviction for first-degree murder affects her exposure to lesser murder charges is a matter for
debate.
So, Madenspacher tried to argue: "What I am saying here is that charged with criminal homicide, she could be found guilty of
murder in the first degree . . . or she could have been found guilty of second degree . . . or she could be found guilty of third
degree."
That didn't sway Dalzell: "But if one took her testimony, she said that she did everything possible to de-escalate what spun out
of control. . . . By her own testimony she exited when it started spinning out of control. So therefore, it was not 'reasonably
foreseeable' from her point of view, so the argument would go."
The judge then cut things off: "Let's not waste time debating that."
Dalzell had good reason for not wishing to bother further with this issue. By then--after 14 days of testimony covering 3,225
pages of transcript--the judge wasn't thinking only about Lisa's conduct at the Show condo. He was thinking about the 14th
Amendment of the Constitution, and the role of a federal habeas corpus in upholding the unalienable right of due process.
Among other historic cases, Dalzell's mind was on a 1973 opinion by then-Justice William H. Rehnquist, in United States vs.
Russell. There, Rehnquist predicted that "we may some day be presented with a situation in which the conduct of law
enforcement agents is so outrageous that due process principles would absolutely bar the government from invoking the judicial
processes to obtain a conviction."
That day, Dalzell decided at the close of Lambert's hearing, had come.
While presiding at a habeas hearing, he reminded himself, he effectively sat as a court of equity--a court operating under a
system of law designed to protect rights and deliver remedial justice. He recalled the ancient maxim that "equity delights to do
justice, and not by halves." To give Lisa full relief, it seemed to him imperative that he do nothing to benefit or empower those
who had wronged her.
He would not just release Lisa, Dalzell decided. An outrageous violation of due process required even more severe sanction. He
would bar the state from ever retrying her. He would strip the state of its natural right to adjudicate a murder committed within its
boundaries.
He wrote his 90-page opinion over the weekend, after court adjourned at 4:10 p.m. on Friday, April 18. Before a packed
courtroom late the following Monday morning, he declared Lisa "by clear and convincing evidence" to be "actually innocent of
first-degree murder."

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"If Lisa Lambert's is not the 'situation' to which Chief Justice Rehnquist referred, then there is no prosecutorial malfeasance
outrageous enough to bar a reprosecution. . . ." he proclaimed. "We have now concluded that Ms. Lambert has presented an
extraordinary, indeed, it appears, unprecedented case. We therefore hold that the writ should issue, that Lisa Lambert should
be immediately released, and that she should not be retried."
In scorching language, Dalzell explained just why: "We have found that virtually all of the evidence which the commonwealth
used to convict Lisa Lambert of first-degree murder was either perjured, altered or fabricated. Such total contempt for due
process of law demands serious sanctions. The question we must now answer is whether . . . the commonwealth is entitled to
get another try at convicting Lisa Lambert and sending her to prison for the rest of her life. . . . In short, the question is whether
we may accept a promise from anyone on behalf of the commonwealth that a trial will be fair 'next time.' "
No, Dalzell concluded, we cannot.
"We hold that the due process clause of the 14th Amendment bars the commonwealth from invoking judicial or any other
proceedings against Lisa Lambert for the murder of Laurie Show. . . . Equitable considerations preclude our leaving the decision
whether to retry Lisa Lambert in the hands of those who created this gross injustice. . . . "
As far as legal researchers could tell, there was an accepted basis, but no exact precedent for a federal judge in Dalzell's
situation to take such action. Dalzell did not stop there.
He was, he announced in his opinion, going to refer the matter of Kenneff's "blatantly unethical and unconstitutional" actions to
the Pennsylvania Disciplinary Board. He also was going to refer the whole Lambert prosecution to the U.S. attorney for
investigation of "possible witness intimidation, apparent perjury by at least five witnesses in a federal proceeding, and possible
violations of the federal criminal civil rights laws."
Still, Dalzell wasn't finished. He felt compelled, in the two final pages of his opinion, to address the question of just why all this
had happened in Lancaster County.
"Those who have read this sad history," he wrote, "may well ask themselves, 'How could a place idealized in Peter Weir's
'Witness' become like the world in David Lynch's 'Blue Velvet'?' Because it is so important to that community and indeed to
many others to prevent a recurrence of this nightmare, we offer a few reflections on the record."
Laurie Show's grandfather, Dalzell pointed out, was, in the 1980s, the coroner of Lancaster County. Her mother was "a paragon
of morality" who kept "a picture-perfect home." By contrast, Lisa Lambert was "as though delivered from Central Casting for the
part of villainess." By the testimony of even those who loved her, "she was at the time literally 'trailer trash.' " The community
"thus closed ranks behind the good family Show and exacted instant revenge against this supposed villainess." Almost
immediately after "the snap judgment" was made, law enforcement officials uncovered "inconvenient facts," but soon
"discovered a balm for these evidentiary bruises, Lawrence Yunkin." Thus "Lancaster's best made a pact with Lancaster's worst
to convict the 'trailer trash' of first-degree murder."
Dalzell's parting words: "In making a pact with this devil, Lancaster County made a Faustian bargain. It lost its soul and it almost
executed an innocent, abused woman. Its legal edifice now in ashes, we can only hope for a 'Witness'-like barn-raising of the
temple of justice."

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Uprising Began With Calls, Letters


The uprising in Lancaster County in the wake of Dalzell's ruling began first with the usual letters to editors and calls to radio talk
shows.
The legal system is a "crock of crap." How could Dalzell destroy the reputation of "honorable and decent people" for the
purpose of freeing a "cold-blooded killer?" What kind of justice do we have?
Soon enough, such talk escalated. All sorts of theories about Dalzell's motives began circulating. Something's been going on
behind the scenes, it was suggested. Something behind what Dalzell did, something we don't know about.
Ted Byrne, the conservative radio talk show host in Lancaster County, pored through Dalzell's decisions in a law library. Then,
seeking hidden connections, he analyzed the activities of the attorneys at Dalzell's old law firm and Rainville's firm.
It was considered significant that Dalzell and Greenberg, 30 years before, had been classmates at the University of
Pennsylvania. Some talk had it that they were old pals. Some talk had it that Dalzell had handed the Lambert case to his own
"carefully assembled defense team."
Had Dalzell reached the end of a career path? Had he felt unfulfilled? Had he wondered how he might become an appellate
judge? Had he seen a challenge to the controversial habeas corpus situation as a means to garner attention?
For that matter, how did the Lambert case get to Dalzell in the first place? Had not Dalzell displayed an excessive personal
interest in Lisa in his chambers? Was it possible that they had a relationship?
"We must begin to think who it was that had to gain from this travesty of justice other than Lambert," suggested one citizen in a
letter to the editor. "My vote goes to Judge Stewart Dalzell. It would appear that it is an appropriate time for this newspaper to
dig very deep into the archives of the noteworthy judge to determine what it was or who it was that set him on his grudge
mission to 'punish' the county for sins of the past committed against him."
Such comments reflected as much bewilderment as paranoia. They came from a citizenry who well knew Lisa Lambert, and
well knew those who had prosecuted her. Yet rarely did anyone, amid all the outpouring of emotion and speculation, feel
inclined to discuss the particulars of the Lambert case as revealed in Dalzell's courtroom.
More common was East Lampeter Supervisor Chairman John Shertzer's response. "There were a lot of false accusations
throughout the trial. . . . We never had the opportunity to address those," Shertzer told a reporter, before confessing that he, in
fact, couldn't address them: "There are some things about this that I don't have a lot of background in. But I just know these
people. . . . They were treated very abusively on the stand by Lambert's attorneys as well as the judge."
Lancaster's citizens were struggling to hold together a way of viewing their world. Even those willing to acknowledge certain
blemishes in that world--even those willing to acknowledge official wrongdoing in the Lambert case--found themselves laboring
to understand what Dalzell had done. No matter what was revealed in a Philadelphia courtroom, no matter what Lancaster
authorities did or failed to do, it seemed incomprehensible that Dalzell would let Lisa Lambert walk free, without at least a retrial.
Not even Lisa's parents had hoped for that back when their daughter's appeals first started. Their dream, Leonard Lambert told
a reporter then, was that Lisa receive "a level of punishment that's not greater than what's deserved. . . . It's a known fact that

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she was there. But something could argue that maybe she doesn't deserve more than aggravated assault or third-degree
murder."

Dalzell went too far, even the more reasonable in Lancaster County now declared. He was a disgrace to the legal profession.
He had made a mockery of justice. He was a man without honor.
Hazel Show, more than anyone, sounded the clarion. "Thank you for listening to me," she'd told Dalzell on the hearing's last
day. "My parents brought me up to be truthful, and I believe in God. . . . So it is up to me to tell the truth." Yet soon after,
whether out of confusion or regret at what she'd wrought, Show began to backtrack and revise.
Never in her "wildest dreams," she declared, had she thought her story would free Lisa. All her story proved was that she got
home just as the killers left, in time to hear her daughter's dying declaration. But the judge "didn't want to hear that." The judge
"wouldn't let me say that."
No matter that Madenspacher insisted Hazel never mentioned this notion to him in their hotel meeting. No matter that she never
mentioned this notion while on the witness stand on the hearing's last day. It now became her constant refrain. "We have to get
this judge off the bench," she began declaring publicly. "There is not one bit of justice in him."
They began first with a petition drive. Hazel's ex-husband, John Show, drew it up, calling for Congress to "investigate" Dalzell
and take "corrective action," including impeachment. Show's girlfriend took it to her beauty shop, where customers clamored to
sign it. Local businesses started stocking piles on their front counters. Volunteers called for extra copies, carried them door to
door, offered them at yard sales. One couple outside a Kmart parking lot on a hot Sunday collected more than 500 signatures.
On the morning after an ad for the petition appeared in the Lancaster newspapers, John Show walked to his mailbox and found
300 envelopes. By mid-September, he had 37,000 signatures.
Then came Hazel Show's 10-page "Citizens Action Report," the keystone of her newly launched national campaign seeking to
reform the entire federal judiciary. Now the Shows wanted, among a host of items, to bar federal judges from banning retrials, to
fix stricter guidelines for appointing federal judges, to limit federal judges' terms in office. Hazel Show's words and image soon
became ubiquitous in Lancaster County.
Television provided one forum, both local talk shows and the national tabloids. Politicians provided another. The
Washington-based Judicial Selection Monitoring Project, an arch-conservative organization seeking to block the appointment of
what it calls "activist liberal judges," featured both Shows in a 15-minute videotape that lambasted Dalzell and misidentified him
as a Clinton appointee.
The Shows, accompanied by 16 friends and relatives, took their campaign to Washington on Sept. 17, where Pennsylvania
Sen. Arlen Specter, along with Reps. Joseph R. Pitts and George W. Gekas, accepted cartloads of petitions. The lawmakers,
weeks before, had introduced legislation that would severely restrict federal judges' power to bar retrials during habeas
proceedings--a bill specifically designed to reverse Dalzell's decision. Now, to the Shows, Specter agreed to call it the "Laurie
Bill" and promised them a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. Wherever they went, the Shows were applauded and courted.
"How often do you get to do this?" Hazel observed.
"I think we made an impact," John offered.

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It can fairly be argued that Dalzell brought some of this on himself. He may have overly embraced Lisa Lambert's account of
events, and unduly diminished her role. He may not have needed to rough up witnesses in his courtroom as much as he did. He
certainly need not have painted Lancaster County with such a broad brush at the end of his opinion.
How could he claim to know this county, his critics asked. How could he claim to know our citizens? How could he say such
things about us?
Yet, valid as such claims may be, it most likely will be Dalzell who leaves a lasting impact, not those fueling the backlash
against him.
Whether right or wrong, whether he operated entirely within his bounds, a federal judge consumed by moral outrage has, as he
intended, sent a message. The idea behind Lisa Lambert's outright release was not, finally, to let a guilty person go free. It was
to let the powers of the state know they can't violate bedrock principles of the Constitution and get away with it.
They haven't.
In early May, the U.S. attorney's office in Philadelphia, responding to Dalzell's referral, announced it had launched a criminal
investigation into those who investigated and prosecuted Lisa Lambert. Aiding them will be the FBI and the Justice
Department's civil rights division. They will focus on John Kenneff and seven police officers, among them Ronald Savage,
Ronald Barley, Robin Weaver and Raymond Solt.
Days later, the U.S. 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals, in refusing Lancaster County's motion for a temporary stay of Dalzell's order,
said "the commonwealth has not demonstrated that it is likely to prevail on the merits of its appeal. . . . We remind the
commonwealth that Judge Dalzell's factual findings are based on his view of the credibility of the witnesses and testimony. . . .
We can only reverse if we find them clearly erroneous."
In that written opinion, the appellate panel also chastised the commonwealth for calling Lisa Lambert a "convicted killer" in its
brief. She "no longer has that status," the 3rd Circuit reminded. "Indeed, that description is inflammatory and inappropriate,
given {Dalzell's} findings of actual innocence. . . . "
What remains to be seen is whether Dalzell will ultimately be allowed his unprecedented involvement in a state's sovereign
affairs. At the habeas hearing's end, Lancaster County hired its own high-powered Pennsylvania law firm, Sprague & Lewis,
known for its political connections, particularly to the Republican Party. On Oct. 21, when lawyers for both sides argued the
merits of the county's appeal before a 3rd Circuit panel, the appellate judges grilled them on a critical question: Did Lisa
Lambert exhaust all her appeals in Pennsylvania's courts before turning to a federal judge for help?
This issue, rather than any question of Lisa's innocence or a prosecutor's malfeasance, is what presently fuels a nationwide
debate in the legal community and beyond. Elemental principles of law and government in this country normally restrain federal
intrusion until a state has heard all claims, and has been given the chance to correct its own errors. Just weeks ago, a 3rd
Circuit panel--saying "we are sensitive to the independence of the Pennsylvania courts and of that state's sovereignty"--denied
another convict's habeas petition because he hadn't exhausted his state appeals.
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pointed out, amended its statutes in 1995 to exclude "actual innocence" as a basis for certain appeals. By doing so, Dalzell
declared, Pennsylvania, in effect, relinquished its jurisdiction over claims such as Lisa Lambert's, and placed them "squarely
into the federal forum." And even if Pennsylvania were willing to consider some of Lambert's claims, Dalzell added, "we find that
the state proceedings that would follow if we dismissed this action are ineffective to protect the rights of Ms. Lambert."
By thus declaring his utter distrust in Pennsylvania's ability to deliver justice, Dalzell has challenged the fundamental balance of
power between state and federal courts that governs the judicial system. This is why five state attorneys general--including
California's--have joined Pennsylvania in an amicus brief that talks of the Dalzell ruling's "potential to seriously weaken, if not to
dismantle entirely, the system for litigating habeas actions." This is why law-and-order-minded national politicians have their
knives out for Dalzell. This is why Lisa Lambert's federal hearing promises to be one of the most carefully reviewed cases in
criminal law for a long time to come.
This is also why Dalzell's actions will leave a legacy no matter what the outcome of the present appeals. His ruling may or may
not stand, his ruling may or may not establish a formal precedent, but--by granting a hearing and allowing widespread
discovery--Dalzell has required that attention be paid to what happened in a Lancaster County courtroom in the summer of
1992. He's shown why the federal habeas corpus action is essential to the integrity of the judicial system.
Dalzell has also set a moral, if not legal, example. Rulings in one case often affect other rulings. One judge's decision shapes
not just the outcome of a particular case, but also the character of justice. What he doesn't allow, others likewise forbid.
In mid-May, in Lancaster County court, Lisa Lambert's original trial lawyer, Roy Shirk, serving as defense attorney in a routine
burglary case, rose to ask for a mistrial. As in the Lambert case, he argued, prosecutors in this one had failed to turn over
exculpatory evidence to the defense. Shirk most likely meant only to put this commonplace claim into the record for later review,
but Judge Paul K. Allison, to the lawyers' astonishment, promptly granted his request.
Yes, the judge said in declaring a mistrial, this is exactly what Dalzell felt happened to Lisa Lambert.
PHOTO: Lisa Michelle Lambert walks ahead of lawyers, Peter Greenberg and Christina Rainville, to court hearing.;
PHOTOGRAPHER: Associated Press; PHOTO: Lancaster County Dist. Atty. Joseph Madenspacher talks to news media after
judge ruled Lisa Michelle Lambert innocent of charges.; PHOTOGRAPHER: Associated Press; PHOTO: Hazel Show, left,
stands in bedroom where daughter, Laurie, was murdered.; PHOTOGRAPHER: Associated Press; PHOTO: Laurie's father,
John Show, above, hugs woman identified as his girlfriend, after judge ruled Lisa Michelle Lambert innocent.;
PHOTOGRAPHER: Associated Press; PHOTO: U.S. District Judge Stewart Dalzell was assigned the writ of habeas corpus that
set him on a course to freeing Lisa Michelle Lambert.; PHOTOGRAPHER: Associated Press
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Mark Sherman
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Mar. 28, 2007 12:00 AM

WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court left an 81-year-old retired engineer without a penny to show for his role in
exposing fraud at a former nuclear weapons plant in a ruling that makes it harder for whistle-blowers to claim cash
rewards.
James Stone stood to collect up to $1 million from a lawsuit he filed in 1989 against Rockwell International, now part of
aerospace giant Boeing Co., over problems with environmental cleanup at the now-closed Rocky Flats plant northwest
of Denver.
A court eventually ordered Rockwell to pay the government nearly $4.2 million for false claims the company submitted.
Stone could have received up to a quarter of Rockwell's payment, under the False Claims Act.
But Justice Antonin Scalia, writing in the 6-2 ruling Tuesday, said Stone was not entitled to recover any money
because he lacked "direct and independent knowledge of the information upon which his allegations were based."
Scalia said Stone had little connection to the jury's verdict against Rockwell.
The company still must pay the penalty. The only question before the court was whether Stone would get a cut.
The outcome was cheered by business groups that wanted the court to limit whistle-blowers in false claims lawsuits.
Since Congress reinvigorated the Civil War-era law in 1986, those suits have returned $11 billion to the government.
Recent high-profile cases include settlements with leading pharmaceutical manufacturers.
James Moorman, president of the advocacy group Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund said that individuals
whose information leads the government to pursue fraud can be told years later that they can't collect anything,
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NOTE: Where it is feasible, a syllabus (headnote) will be released, as is
being done in connection with this case, at the time the opinion is issued.
The syllabus constitutes no part of the opinion of the Court but has been
prepared by the Reporter of Decisions for the convenience of the reader.
See United States v. Detroit Timber & Lumber Co., 200 U. S. 321, 337.

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES


Syllabus

ROCKWELL INTERNATIONAL CORP. ET AL. v.


UNITED STATES ET AL.
CERTIORARI TO THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR
THE TENTH CIRCUIT
No. 051272.

Argued December 5, 2006Decided March 27, 2007

While employed as an engineer at a nuclear weapons plant run by petitioner Rockwell under a Government contract, respondent Stone predicted that Rockwells system for creating solid pondcrete blocks
from toxic pond sludge and cement would not work because of problems in piping the sludge. However, Rockwell successfully made such
blocks and discovered insolid ones only after Stone was laid off in
1986. In 1989, Stone filed a qui tam suit under the False Claims Act,
which prohibits submitting false or fraudulent payment claims to the
United States, 31 U. S. C. 3729(a); permits remedial civil actions to
be brought by the Attorney General, 3730(a), or by private individuals in the Governments name, 3730(b)(1); but eliminates federalcourt jurisdiction over actions based upon the public disclosure of allegations or transactions . . . , unless the action is brought by the Attorney General or the person bringing the action is an original source
of the information, 3730(e)(4)(A). An original source has direct
and independent knowledge of the information on which the allegations are based and has voluntarily provided the information to the
Government before filing an action . . . based on the information.
3730(e)(4)(B). In 1996, the Government intervened, and, with
Stone, filed an amended complaint, which did not allege that Stones
predicted piping-system defect caused the insolid blocks. Nor was
such defect mentioned in a statement of claims included in the final
pretrial order, which instead alleged that the pondcrete failed because a new foreman used an insufficient cement-to-sludge ratio.
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claims. The District Court denied Rockwells postverdict motion to
dismiss Stones claims, finding that Stone was an original source.
The Tenth Circuit affirmed in part, but remanded for the District
Court to determine whether Stone had disclosed his information to
the Government before filing the action. The District Court found
Stones disclosure inadequate, but the Tenth Circuit disagreed and
held that Stone was an original source.

Held:
1. Section 3730(e)(4)s original-source requirement is jurisdictional.
Thus, regardless of whether Rockwell conceded Stones originalsource status, this Court must decide whether Stone meets this jurisdictional requirement. Pp. 811.
2. Because Stone does not meet 3730(e)(4)(B)s requirement that a
relator have direct and independent knowledge of the information on
which the allegations are based, he is not an original source.
Pp. 1218.
(a) The information to which subparagraph (B) speaks is the information on which the relators allegations are based rather than
the information on which the publicly disclosed allegations that triggered the public-disclosure bar are based. The subparagraph standing on its own suggests that disposition. And those allegations are
not the same as the allegations referred to in subparagraph (A),
which bars actions based on the public disclosure of allegations or
transactions with an exception for cases brought by an original
source of the information. Had Congress wanted to link originalsource status to information underlying public disclosure it would
have used the identical phrase, allegations or transactions. Furthermore, it is difficult to understand why Congress would care
whether a relator knows about the information underlying a publicly
disclosed allegation when the relator has direct and independent
knowledge of different information supporting the same allegation.
Pp. 1214.
(b) In determining which allegations are relevant, that term is
not limited to allegations in the original complaint, but includes the
allegations as amended. The statute speaks of the relators allegations, simpliciter. Absent some limitation of 3730(e)(4)s requirement to the initial complaint, this Court will not infer one. Here,
where the final pretrial order superseded prior pleadings, this Court
looks to the final pretrial order to determine original-source status.
Pp. 1417.
(c) Judged according to these principles, Stones knowledge falls
short. The only false claims found by the jury involved insolid pondcrete discovered after Stone left his employment. Thus, he did not
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tion was a failed one, for Stone believed the piping system was defective when, in fact, the pondcrete problem would be caused by a foremans actions after Stone had left the plant. Stones original-source
status with respect to a separate, spray-irrigation claim did not provide jurisdiction over all of his claims. Section 3730(e)(4) does not
permit jurisdiction in gross just because a relator is an original
source with respect to some claim. Pp. 1718.
3. The Governments intervention in this case did not provide an
independent basis of jurisdiction with respect to Stone. The statute
draws a sharp distinction between actions brought by a private person under 3730(b) and actions brought by the Attorney General under 3730(b). An action originally brought by a private person, which
the Attorney General has joined, becomes an action brought by the
Attorney General only after the private person has been ousted.
Pp. 1820.
92 Fed. Appx. 708, reversed.
SCALIA, J., delivered the opinion of the Court, in which ROBERTS,
C. J., and KENNEDY, SOUTER, THOMAS, and ALITO, JJ., joined. STEVENS,
J., filed a dissenting opinion, in which GINSBURG, J., joined. BREYER, J.,
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NOTICE: This opinion is subject to formal revision before publication in the
preliminary print of the United States Reports. Readers are requested to
notify the Reporter of Decisions, Supreme Court of the United States, Washington, D. C. 20543, of any typographical or other formal errors, in order
that corrections may be made before the preliminary print goes to press.

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES


_________________

No. 051272
_________________

ROCKWELL INTERNATIONAL CORP., ET AL.,


PETITIONERS v. UNITED STATES ET AL.
ON WRIT OF CERTIORARI TO THE UNITED STATES COURT OF
APPEALS FOR THE TENTH CIRCUIT
[March 27, 2007]

JUSTICE SCALIA delivered the opinion of the Court.


The False Claims Act, 31 U. S. C. 37293733, eliminates federal-court jurisdiction over actions under 3730
of the Act that are based upon the public disclosure of
allegations or transactions unless the action is brought by
the Attorney General or the person bringing the action is
an original source of the information. 3730(e)(4)(A). We
decide whether respondent James Stone was an original
source.
I
The mixture of concrete and pond sludge that is the
subject of this case has taken nearly two decades to seep,
so to speak, into this Court. Given the long history and
the complexity of this litigation, it is well to describe the
facts in some detail.
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From 1975 through 1989, petitioner Rockwell International Corp. was under a management and operating
contract with the Department of Energy (DOE) to run the
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significant portion of Rockwells compensation came in the


form of a semiannual award fee, the amount of which
depended on DOEs evaluation of Rockwells performance
in a number of areas, including environmental, safety, and
health concerns. United States ex rel. Stone v. Rockwell
Intl, Corp., 92 Fed. Appx. 708, 714 (CA10 2004).
From November 1980 through March 1986, James Stone
worked as an engineer at the Rocky Flats plant. In the
early 1980s, Rockwell explored the possibility of disposing
of the toxic pond sludge that accumulated in solar evaporation ponds at the facility, by mixing it with cement. The
idea was to pour the mixture into large rectangular boxes,
where it would solidify into pondcrete blocks that could
be stored onsite or transported to other sites for disposal.
Stone reviewed a proposed manufacturing process for
pondcrete in 1982. He concluded that the proposal would
not work, App. 175, and communicated that conclusion to
Rockwell management in a written Engineering Order.
As Stone would later explain, he believed the suggested
process would result in an unstable mixture that would
later deteriorate and cause unwanted release of toxic
wastes to the environment. Ibid. He believed this because he foresaw that the piping system that extracted
sludge from the solar ponds would not properly remove
the sludge and would lead to an inadequate mixture of
sludge/waste and cement such that the pond crete blocks
would rapidly disintegrate thus creating additional contamination problems. Id., at 290.
Notwithstanding Stones prediction, Rockwell proceeded
with its pondcrete project and successfully manufactured
concrete hard pondcrete during the period of Stones
employment at Rocky Flats. It was only after Stone was
laid off in March 1986 that what the parties have called
insolid pondcrete blocks were discovered. According to
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DOE did not become aware of the problem until May 1988,
when several pondcrete blocks began to leak, leading to
the discovery of thousands of other insolid blocks. The
media reported these discoveries, 3 Appellants App. in
Nos. 991351, 991352, 991353 (CA10), pp. 88938 to
88939; and attributed the malfunction to Rockwells
reduction of the ratio of concrete to sludge in the mixture.
In June 1987, more than a year after he had left Rockwells employ, Stone went to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) with allegations of environmental crimes at
Rocky Flats during the time of his employment. According
to the court below, Stone alleged that
contrary to public knowledge, Rocky Flats accepted
hazardous and nuclear waste from other DOE facilities; that Rockwell employees were forbidden from
discussing any controversies in front of a DOE employee; that although Rocky Flats fluid bed incinerators failed testing in 1981, the pilot incinerator remained on line and was used to incinerate wastes
daily since 1981, including plutonium wastes which
were then sent out for burial; that Rockwell distilled
and fractionated various oils and solvents although
the wastes were geared for incineration; that Stone
believed that the ground water was contaminated
from previous waste burial and land application, and
that hazardous waste lagoons tended to overflow during and after a good rain, causing hazardous wastes
to be discharged without first being treated. App. to
Pet. for Cert. 4a.
Stone provided the FBI with 2,300 pages of documents,
buried among which was his 1982 engineering report
predicting that the pondcrete-system design would not
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the FBI in their conversations.1


Based in part on information allegedly learned from
Stone, the Government obtained a search warrant for
Rocky Flats, and on June 6, 1989, 75 FBI and Environmental Protection Agency agents raided the facility. The
affidavit in support of the warrant included allegations (1)
that pondcrete blocks were insolid due to an inadequate
waste-concrete mixture, App. 429, (2) that Rockwell
obtained award fees based on its alleged excellent
management of Rocky Flats, id., at 98, and (3) that Rockwell made false statements and concealed material facts in
violation of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
of 1976 (RCRA), 90 Stat. 2811, 42 U. S. C. 6928, and 18
U. S. C. 1001. Newspapers published these allegations.
In March 1992, Rockwell pleaded guilty to 10 environmental violations, including the knowing storage of insolid
pondcrete blocks in violation of RCRA. Rockwell agreed to
pay $18.5 million in fines.
B
In July 1989, Stone filed a qui tam suit under the False
Claims Act.2 That Act prohibits false or fraudulent claims
for payment to the United States, 31 U. S. C. 3729(a),
and authorizes civil actions to remedy such fraud to be
brought by the Attorney General, 3730(a), or by private
individuals in the Governments name, 3730(b)(1). The
Act provides, however, that [n]o court shall have jurisdiction over an action under this section based upon the
public disclosure of allegations or transactions . . . from
the news media, unless the action is brought by the Attorney General or the person bringing the action is an origi
1 Stone claimed the contrary, but the District Court found that he had
failed to establish that fact.
2 Qui tam is short for qui tam pro domino rege quam pro se ipso in
hac parte sequitur, which means who pursues this action on our Lord
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nal source of the information. 3730(e)(4)(A). An original source is an individual who has direct and independent knowledge of the information on which the allegations
are based and has voluntarily provided the information to
the Government before filing an action under this section
which is based on the information. 3730(e)(4)(B).
Stones complaint alleged that Rockwell was required to
comply with certain federal and state environmental laws
and regulations, including RCRA; that Rockwell committed numerous violations of these laws and regulations
throughout the 1980s3; and that, in order to induce the
Government to make payments or approvals under Rockwells contract, Rockwell knowingly presented false and
fraudulent claims to the Government in violation of the
False Claims Act, 31 U. S. C. 3729(a). As required under
the Act, Stone filed his complaint under seal and simultaneously delivered to the Government a confidential disclosure statement describing substantially all material
evidence and information in his possession, 3730(b)(2).
The statement identified 26 environmental and safety
issues, only one of which involved pondcrete. With respect
to that issue, Stone explained in his statement that he had

3 The laws and regulations allegedly violated included DOE Order


Nos. 5480.2 (Dec. 1982), 5483.1 as superseded by 5483.1A (June 22,
1983), and 6430.1 (Dec. 12, 1983) (DOE General Design Criteria Manual); Colo. Rev. Stat. 255501 et seq. (1982) (Hazardous Substances),
257101 et seq. (1982 and Supp. 1988) (Air Quality Control Program),
257501 et seq. (Asbestos Control), 2515101 (Hazardous Waste
Management Act, 258201 (1982) (Water Quality Control Act), 2511
101 (1982 and Supp. 1988) (Radiation Control), 2922101 (Hazardous
Substance Incidents), 255503 (1982), 258506, 258608, 2515
308 through 2515310, and 2922108; the Occupational Safety and
Health Act of 1970, 29 U. S. C. 651 et seq.; the Atomic Energy Act of
1954, as amended, 42 U. S. C. 2011 et seq.; the Energy Reorganization
Act of 1974, 42 U. S. C. 5801 et seq.; the Water Pollution Prevention
and Control Act, 33 U. S. C. 1251 et seq.; the Clean Air Act, 42 U. S. C.
7401 et seq.; the Safe Drinking Water Act, 42 U. S. C. 300f et seq.; and
regulations promulgated under these statutes.

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reviewed the design for the pondcrete system and had


foreseen that the piping mechanism would not properly
remove the sludge, which in turn would lead to an inadequate mixture of sludge and cement.
In December 1992, Rockwell moved to dismiss Stones
action for lack of subject-matter jurisdiction, arguing that
the action was based on publicly disclosed allegations and
that Stone was not an original source. The District Court
denied the motion because, in its view, Stone had direct
and independent knowledge that Rockwells compensation
was linked to its compliance with environmental, health
and safety regulations and that it allegedly concealed its
deficient performance so that it would continue to receive
payments. App. to Pet. for Cert. 61a.
The Government initially declined to intervene in
Stones action, but later reversed course, and in November
1996, the District Court granted the Governments intervention. Several weeks later, at the suggestion of the
District Court, the Government and Stone filed a joint
amended complaint. As relevant here, the amended complaint alleged that Rockwell violated RCRA by storing
leaky pondcrete blocks, but did not allege that any defect
in the piping system (as predicted by Stone) caused insolid
pondcrete.4 Respondents clarified their allegations even
further in a statement of claims which became part of the
final pretrial order and which superseded their earlier
pleadings. This said that the pondcretes insolidity was
due to an incorrect cement/sludge ratio used in pondcrete
operations, as well as due to inadequate process controls
and inadequate inspection procedures. App. 470. It
continued:

4 In addition to the pondcrete allegations, respondents charged Rockwell with concealing problems with saltcrete (a mixture of cement and
salt from liquid waste treatment processes) and spray irrigation (a
method of disposing of waste water generated by the sewage treatment
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During the winter of 1986, Rockwell replaced its then


pondcrete foreman, Norman Fryback, with Ron Teel.
Teel increased pondcrete production rates in part by,
among other things, reducing the amount of cement
added to the blocks. Following the May 23, 1988 spill,
Rockwell acknowledged that this reduced cement-tosludge ratio was a major contributor to the existence
of insufficiently solid pondcrete blocks on the storage
pads. Id., at 476477.
The statement of claims again did not mention the piping
problem asserted by Stone years earlier.
Respondents False Claims Act claims went to trial in
1999. None of the witnesses Stone had identified during
discovery as having relevant knowledge testified at trial.
And none of the documents Stone provided to the Government with his confidential disclosure statement was
introduced in evidence at trial. Nor did respondents allege
at trial that the defect in the piping system predicted by
Stone caused insolid pondcrete. To the contrary, during
closing arguments both Stones counsel and the Governments counsel repeatedly explained to the jury that the
pondcrete failed because Rockwells new foreman used an
insufficient cement-to-sludge ratio in an effort to increase
pondcrete production.
The verdict form divided the False Claims Act count into
several different claims corresponding to different awardfee periods. The jury found in favor of respondents for the
three periods covering the pondcrete allegations (April 1,
1987, to September 30, 1988), and found for Rockwell as to
the remaining periods. The jury awarded damages of
$1,390,775.80, which the District Court trebled pursuant
to 31 U. S. C. 3729(a).
Rockwell filed a postverdict motion to dismiss Stones
claims under 3730(e)(4), arguing that the claims were
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not an original source. In response, Stone acknowledged


that his successful claims were based on publicly disclosed
allegations, but asserted original-source status.
The
District Court agreed with Stone. The United States
Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit affirmed in relevant
part, but remanded the case for the District Court to
determine whether Stone had disclosed his information to
the Government before filing his qui tam action, as
3730(e)(4)(B) required. On remand, the District Court
found that Stone had produced the 1982 engineering order
to the Government, but that the order was insufficient to
communicate Stones allegations. The District Court also
found that Stone had not carried his burden of proving
that he orally informed the FBI about his allegations
before filing suit. On appeal, the Tenth Circuit disagreed
with the District Courts conclusion and held (over the
dissent of Judge Briscoe) that the 1982 engineering order
sufficed to carry Stones burden of persuasion. 92 Fed.
Appx. 708. We granted certiorari, 548 U. S. ____ (2006), to
decide whether Stone was an original source.
II
Section 3730(e)(4)(A) provides that
[n]o court shall have jurisdiction over an action under
this section based upon the public disclosure of allegations or transactions in a criminal, civil, or administrative hearing, in a congressional, administrative, or
Government Accounting Office report, hearing, audit,
or investigation, or from the news media, unless the
action is brought by the Attorney General or the person bringing the action is an original source of the information. (Footnote omitted.)
As discussed above, 3730(e)(4)(B) defines original
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are based and [2] has voluntarily provided the information


to the Government before filing an action under this section which is based on the information. As this case
comes to the Court, it is conceded that the claims on which
Stone prevailed were based upon publicly disclosed allegations within the meaning of 3730(e)(4)(A). The question
is whether Stone qualified under the original-source exception to the public-disclosure bar.
We begin with the possibility that little analysis is
required in this case, for Stone asserts that Rockwell
conceded his original-source status. Rockwell responds
that it conceded no such thing and that, even had it done
so, the concession would have been irrelevant because
3730(e)(4) is jurisdictional. We agree with the latter
proposition. It is true enough that the word jurisdiction
does not in every context connote subject-matter jurisdiction. Noting that jurisdiction is a word of many, too
many, meanings, we concluded in Steel Co. v. Citizens for
Better Environment, 523 U. S. 83 (1998), that establishing
the elements of an offense was not made a jurisdictional
matter merely because the statute creating the cause of
action was phrased as providing for jurisdiction over
such suits. Id., at 90 (quoting United States v. Vanness, 85
F. 3d 661, 663, n. 2 (CADC 1996)). Here, however, the
issue is not whether casting the creation of a cause of
action in jurisdictional terms somehow limits the general
grant of jurisdiction under which that cause of action
would normally be brought, but rather whether a clear
and explicit withdrawal of jurisdiction withdraws jurisdiction. It undoubtedly does so. Just last Term we stated
that, [i]f the Legislature clearly states that a threshold
limitation on a statutes scope shall count as jurisdictional,
the courts and litigants will be duly instructed and will
not be left to wrestle with the issue. Arbaugh v. Y & H
Corp., 546 U. S. 500, 515516 (2006) (footnote omitted).
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quirement is clear ex visceribus verborum. Indeed, we


have already stated that 3730(e)(4) speaks to the power
of a particular court as well as the substantive rights of
the parties. Hughes Aircraft Co. v. United States ex rel.
Schumer, 520 U. S. 939, 951 (1997).
Stones contrary position rests entirely on dicta from a
single Court of Appeals decision, see United States ex rel.
Fallon v. Accudyne Corp., 97 F. 3d 937, 940941 (CA7
1996). Accudyne thought it significant that jurisdiction
over False Claims Act cases is conferred by 28 U. S. C.
1331 and 1345 (the federal-question and United-Statesas-plaintiff provisions of the Judicial Code) and 31
U. S. C. 3732(a) (the provision of the False Claims Act
establishing federal-court venue and conferring federalcourt jurisdiction over related state-law claims), rather
than 3730, which is the section referenced in
3730(e)(4). To eliminate jurisdiction, the court believed,
it is those jurisdiction-conferring sections that would have
to be referenced. We know of nothing in logic or authority
to support this. The jurisdiction-removing provision here
does not say no court shall have jurisdiction under this
section, but rather no court shall have jurisdiction over
an action under this section. That is surely the most
natural way to achieve the desired result of eliminating
jurisdiction over a category of False Claims Act actions
rather than listing all the conceivable provisions of the
United States Code whose conferral of jurisdiction is being
eliminated. (In addition to the provisions cited by the
Accudyne court, one might also have to mention the diversity-jurisdiction provision, 28 U. S. C. 1332, and the
supplemental-jurisdiction provision, 1367.)
Accudyne
next observed that the public-disclosure bar limits only
who may speak for the United States on a subject and who
if anyone gets a financial reward, not the categories of
disputes that may be resolved (a real jurisdictional
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the question, which is precisely whether there has been


removed from the courts jurisdiction that category of
disputes consisting of False Claims Act qui tam suits
based on publicly disclosed allegations as to which the
relator is not an original source of the information. Nothing prevents Congress from defining the category of
excluded suits in any manner it wishes. See, e.g., 28
U. S. C. 1500 (no jurisdiction over any claim for or in
respect to which the plaintiff . . . has pending in any other
court any suit . . . against the United States). Lastly,
Accudyne asserted that the Supreme Court had held that
a similar reference to jurisdiction in the Norris-LaGuardia
Act, 29 U. S. C. 101, 104, limits remedies rather than
subject-matter jurisdiction. 97 F. 3d, at 941 (citing Burlington Northern R. Co. v. Maintenance of Way Employes,
481 U. S. 429, 444446 (1987)). But the language of the
Norris-LaGuardia Act is in fact not similar. It provides
that [n]o court of the United States shall have jurisdiction
to issue any restraining order or temporary or permanent
injunction in any case involving or growing out of any
labor dispute . . . . 29 U. S. C. 104 (emphasis added). It
is facially a limitation upon the relief that can be accorded,
not a removal of jurisdiction over any case involving or
growing out of a labor dispute. Here, by contrast, the text
says [n]o court shall have jurisdiction over an action
under this section.
Whether the point was conceded or not, therefore, we
may, and indeed must, decide whether Stone met the
jurisdictional requirement of being an original source.
III
We turn to the first requirement of original-source
status, that the relator have direct and independent
knowledge of the information on which the allegations are
based. 31 U. S. C. 3730(e)(4)(B). Because we have not
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questions require our attention.


A
First, does the phrase information on which the allegations are based refer to the information on which the
relators allegations are based or the information on which
the publicly disclosed allegations that triggered the publicdisclosure bar are based? The parties agree it is the former. See Brief for Petitioners 26, n. 13; Brief for United
States 24, and n. 8; Brief for Respondent Stone 15, 21.
But in view of our conclusion that 3730(e)(4) is jurisdictional, we must satisfy ourselves that the parties position
is correct.
Though the question is hardly free from doubt,5 we
agree that the information to which subparagraph (B)
speaks is the information upon which the relators allegations are based. To begin with, subparagraph (B) standing
on its own suggests that disposition. The relator must
have direct and independent knowledge of the information on which the allegations are based, and he must
provid[e] the information to the Government before filing
an action under this section which is based on the information. Surely the information one would expect a relator to provide to the Government before filing an action
. . . based on the information is the information underlying the relators claims.
Subparagraph (A) complicates matters. As described
earlier, it bars actions based on the public disclosure of
allegations or transactions and provides an exception for

5 The

Courts of Appeals have divided over the question. See United


States ex rel. Laird v. Lockheed Martin Eng. & Science Servs. Co., 336
F. 3d 346, 353355 (CA5 2003) (describing the Courts of Appeals
divergent approaches). Only by demoting the actual text of 3730(e)(4)
to a footnote and then paraphrasing the statute in a way that assumes
his conclusion can JUSTICE STEVENS assert (without further analysis)
that the statutes meaning is plain. See post, at 1, 2 (dissenting
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cases brought by an original source of the information.


If the allegations referred to in subparagraph (B)s phrase
requiring direct and independent knowledge of the information on which the allegations are based, are the same
allegations referred to in subparagraph (A), then original-source status would depend on knowledge of information underlying the publicly disclosed allegations. The
principal textual difficulty with that interpretation is that
subparagraph (A) does not speak simply of allegations,
but of allegations or transactions. Had Congress wanted
to link original-source status to information underlying
the public disclosure, it would surely have used the identical phrase, allegations or transactions; there is no conceivable reason to require direct and independent knowledge of publicly disclosed allegations but not of publicly
disclosed transactions.
The sense of the matter offers strong additional support
for this interpretation. Section 3730(e)(4)(A) bars actions
based on publicly disclosed allegations whether or not the
information on which those allegations are based has been
made public. It is difficult to understand why Congress
would care whether a relator knows about the information
underlying a publicly disclosed allegation (e.g., what a
confidential source told a newspaper reporter about insolid
pondcrete) when the relator has direct and independent
knowledge of different information supporting the same
allegation (e.g., that a defective process would inevitably
lead to insolid pondcrete). Not only would that make little
sense, it would raise nettlesome procedural problems,
placing courts in the position of comparing the relators
information with the often unknowable information on
which the public disclosure was based. Where that latter
information has not been disclosed (by reason, for example, of a reporters desire to protect his source), the relator
would presumably be out of court. To bar a relator with
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ing his allegations just because no one can know what


information underlies the similar allegations of some other
person simply makes no sense.
The contrary conclusion of some lower courts rests on
the following logic: The term information in subparagraph (B) must be read in tandem with the term information in subparagraph (A), and the term information in
subparagraph (A) refers to the information on which the
publicly disclosed allegations are based. See, e.g., United
States ex rel. Laird v. Lockheed Martin Eng. & Science
Servs. Co., 336 F. 3d 346, 354 (CA5 2003). The major
premise of this reasoning seems true enough: information in (A) and (B) means the same thing. The minor
premise, howeverthat information in (A) refers to the
information underlying the publicly disclosed allegations
or transactionsis highly questionable. The complete
phrase at issue is unless . . . the person bringing the
action is an original source of the information. It seems
to us more likely (in light of the analysis set forth above)
that the information in question is the information underlying the action referred to a few words earlier, to-wit, the
action based upon the public disclosure of allegations or
transactions referred to at the beginning of the provision.
On this interpretation, information in subparagraph (A)
and information on which the allegations are based in
subparagraph (B) are one and the same, viz., information
underlying the allegations of the relators action.
B
Having determined that the phrase information on
which the allegations are based refers to the relators
allegations and not the publicly disclosed allegations, we
confront more textual ambiguity: Which of the relators
allegations are the relevant ones? Stones allegations
changed during the course of the litigation, yet he asks
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argues that Stone must satisfy the original-source exception through all stages of the litigation.
In our view, the term allegations is not limited to the
allegations of the original complaint. It includes (at a
minimum) the allegations in the original complaint as
amended. The statute speaks not of the allegations in the
original complaint (or even the allegations in the complaint), but of the relators allegations simpliciter.
Absent some limitation of 3730(e)(4)s requirement to the
relators initial complaint, we will not infer one. Such a
limitation would leave the relator free to plead a trivial
theory of fraud for which he had some direct and independent knowledge and later amend the complaint to
include theories copied from the public domain or from
materials in the Governments possession. Even the
Government concedes that new allegations regarding a
fundamentally different fraudulent scheme require reevaluation of the courts jurisdiction. See Brief for United
States 40; Tr. of Oral Arg. 40.
The rule that subject-matter jurisdiction depends on
the state of things at the time of the action brought,
Mollan v. Torrance, 9 Wheat. 537, 539 (1824), does not
suggest a different interpretation. The state of things and
the originally alleged state of things are not synonymous;
demonstration that the original allegations were false will
defeat jurisdiction. Anderson v. Watt, 138 U. S. 694, 701
(1891); Morris v. Gilmer, 129 U. S. 315, 326 (1889). So
also will the withdrawal of those allegations, unless they
are replaced by others that establish jurisdiction. Thus,
when a plaintiff files a complaint in federal court and then
voluntarily amends the complaint, courts look to the
amended complaint to determine jurisdiction. See Wellness Community-Nat. v. Wellness House, 70 F. 3d 46, 49
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508 (CA5 1984).6


Here, we have not only an amended complaint, but a
final pretrial order that superseded all prior pleadings and
controll[ed] the subsequent course of the action, Fed.
Rule Civ. Proc. 16(e). See Curtis v. Loether, 415 U. S. 189,
190, n. 1 (1974) (where a claim was not included in the
complaint, but was included in the pretrial order, it is
irrelevant that the pleadings were never formally
amended (citing Fed. Rules Civ. Proc. 15(b), 16)); Wilson
v. Muckala, 303 F. 3d 1207, 1215 (CA10 2002) ([C]laims,
issues, defenses, or theories of damages not included in
the pretrial order are waived even if they appeared in the
complaint and, conversely, the inclusion of a claim in the
pretrial order is deemed to amend any previous pleadings
which did not include that claim); Syrie v. Knoll Intl, 748
F. 2d 304, 308 (CA5 1984) ([I]ncorporation of a [new]
claim into the pre-trial order . . . amends the previous
pleadings to state [the new] claim). In these circumstances, we look to the allegations as amendedhere, the
statement of claims in the final pretrial orderto determine original-source status.
The Government objects that this approach risks driving
a wedge between the Government and relators. It worries
that future relators might decline to acquiesc[e] in the
Governments tactical decision to narrow the claims in a
case if that would eliminate jurisdiction with respect to
the relator. Brief for United States 44. Even if this policy
concern were valid, it would not induce us to determine

6 It

is true that, when a defendant removes a case to federal court


based on the presence of a federal claim, an amendment eliminating
the original basis for federal jurisdiction generally does not defeat
jurisdiction. See Carnegie-Mellon Univ. v. Cohill, 484 U. S. 343, 346,
357 (1988); St. Paul Mercury Indemnity Co. v. Red Cab Co., 303 U. S.
283, 293 (1938). But removal cases raise forum-manipulation concerns
that simply do not exist when it is the plaintiff who chooses a federal
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jurisdiction on the basis of whether the relator is an original source of information underlying allegations that he
no longer makes.
IV
Judged according to the principles set forth above,
Stones knowledge falls short. The only false claims ultimately found by the jury (and hence the only ones to
which our jurisdictional inquiry is pertinent to the outcome) involved false statements with respect to environmental, safety, and health compliance over a one-and-ahalf-year period between April 1, 1987, and September 30,
1988. As described by Stone and the Government in the
final pretrial order, the only pertinent problem with respect to this period of time for which Stone claimed to
have direct and independent knowledge was insolid pondcrete. Because Stone was no longer employed by Rockwell
at the time, he did not know that the pondcrete was insolid; he did not know that pondcrete storage was even
subject to RCRA; he did not know that Rockwell would fail
to remedy the defect; he did not know that the insolid
pondcrete leaked while being stored onsite; and, of course,
he did not know that Rockwell made false statements to
the Government regarding pondcrete storage.
Stones prediction that the pondcrete would be insolid
because of a flaw in the piping system does not qualify as
direct and independent knowledge of the pondcrete
defect. Of course a qui tam relators misunderstanding of
why a concealed defect occurred would normally be immaterial as long as he knew the defect actually existed. But
here Stone did not know that the pondcrete failed; he
predicted it. Even if a prediction can qualify as direct and
independent knowledge in some cases (a point we need not
address), it assuredly does not do so when its premise of
cause and effect is wrong. Stones prediction was a failed
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acknowledged, Rockwell was able to produce concrete


hard pondcrete using the machinery Stone said was
defective. According to respondents allegations in the
final pretrial order, the insolidity problem was caused by a
new foremans reduction of the cement-to-sludge ratio in
the winter of 1986, long after Stone had left Rocky Flats.
Stone counters that his original-source status with
respect to his spray-irrigation claim (which related to a
time period different from that for his pondcrete claim,
App. 492) provided jurisdiction with respect to all of his
claims. We disagree. Section 3730(e)(4) does not permit
jurisdiction in gross just because a relator is an original
source with respect to some claim. We, along with every
court to have addressed the question, conclude that
3730(e)(4) does not permit such claim smuggling. See
United States ex rel. Merena v. SmithKline Beecham Corp.,
205 F. 3d 97, 102 (CA3 2000); Hays v. Hoffman, 325 F. 3d
982, 990 (CA8 2003); Wang ex rel. United States v. FMC
Corp., 975 F. 2d 1412, 14151416, 1420 (CA9 1992). As
then-Judge Alito explained, [t]he plaintiffs decision to
join all of his or her claims in a single lawsuit should not
rescue claims that would have been doomed by section
(e)(4) if they had been asserted in a separate action. And
likewise, this joinder should not result in the dismissal of
claims that would have otherwise survived. SmithKline
Beecham, supra, at 102.
Because Stone did not have direct and independent
knowledge of the information upon which his allegations
were based, we need not decide whether Stone met the
second requirement of original-source status, that he have
voluntarily provided the information to the Government
before filing his action.
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ernments intervention in his case provided an independent basis of jurisdiction. Section 3730(e)(4)(A) permits
jurisdiction over an action based on publicly disclosed
allegations or transactions if the action is brought by the
Attorney General. Respondents say that any inquiry into
Stones original-source status with respect to amendments
to the complaint was unnecessary because the Government had intervened, making this an action brought by
the Attorney General.7 Even assuming that Stone was an
original source of allegations in his initial complaint, we
reject respondents intervention argument.
The False Claims Act contemplates two types of actions.
First, under 3730(a), [i]f the Attorney General finds that
a person has violated or is violating section 3729, the
Attorney General may bring a civil action under this
section against the person. Second, under 3730(b), [a]
person may bring an action for a violation of section 3729
for the person and for the United States Government.
When a private person brings an action under 3730(b),
the Government may elect to proceed with the action,
3730(b)(4)(A), or it may declin[e] to take over the action,
in which case the person bringing the action shall have the
right to conduct the action, 3730(b)(4)(B). The statute
thus draws a sharp distinction between actions brought by
the Attorney General under 3730(a) and actions brought
by a private person under 3730(b). An action brought by
a private person does not become one brought by the
Government just because the Government intervenes and
elects to proceed with the action. Section 3730 elsewhere
refers to the Governments proceed[ing] with an action
brought by a person under subsection (b)which makes
crystal clear the distinction between actions brought by

7 The Government includes a significant caveat: In its view, intervention does not cure any pre-existing defects in Stones initial complaint;
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the Government and actions brought by a relator where


the Government intervenes but does not oust the relator.
Does this conclusion cast into doubt the courts jurisdiction with respect to the Government as well? After all,
3730(e)(4)(A) bars jurisdiction over any action brought
under 3730, as this one was, unless the action is brought
(1) by the Attorney General or (2) by an original source;
and we have concluded that this is brought by neither.
Not even petitioners have suggested the bizarre result
that the Governments judgment must be set aside. It is
readily enough avoided, as common sense suggests it must
be, by holding that an action originally brought by a private person, which the Attorney General has joined, becomes an action brought by the Attorney General once the
private person has been determined to lack the jurisdictional prerequisites for suit. The outcome would be similar to that frequently produced in diversity-jurisdiction
cases, where the courts of appeals . . . have the authority
to cure a jurisdictional defect by dismissing a dispensable
nondiverse party. Grupo Dataflux v. Atlas Global Group,
L. P., 541 U. S. 567, 573 (2004) (citing Newman-Green,
Inc. v. Alfonzo-Larrain, 490 U. S. 826, 837 (1989)); see
United States Steel Corp. v. EPA, 614 F. 2d 843, 845 (CA3
1979) ([T]here are instances when an intervenors claim
does not rise and fall with the claim of the original party);
7C C. Wright, A. Miller, & M. Kane, Federal Practice and
Procedure 1920, p. 491 (2d ed. 1986) ([A]n intervenor
can proceed to decision after a dismissal of the original
action . . . if there are independent grounds for jurisdiction
of the intervenors claim). What is cured here, by the
jurisdictional ruling regarding Stones claim, is the characterization of the action as one brought by an original
source. The elimination of Stone leaves in place an action
pursued only by the Attorney General, that can reasonably
be regarded as being brought by him for purposes of
3730(e)(4)(A).

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We hold that the District Court lacked jurisdiction to
enter judgment in favor of Stone. We reverse the Tenth
Circuits judgment to the contrary.
It is so ordered.
JUSTICE BREYER took no part in the consideration or
decision of this case.

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SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES


_________________

No. 051272
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ROCKWELL INTERNATIONAL CORP., ET AL.,


PETITIONERS v. UNITED STATES ET AL.
ON WRIT OF CERTIORARI TO THE UNITED STATES COURT OF
APPEALS FOR THE TENTH CIRCUIT
[March 27, 2007]

JUSTICE STEVENS, with whom JUSTICE GINSBURG joins,


dissenting.
Any private citizen may bring an action to enforce the
False Claims Act, 31 U. S. C. 37293733, unless the
information on which his allegations are based is already
in the public domain. Even if the information is publicly
available, however, the citizen may still sue if he was an
original source of that information. 3730(e)(4)(A) (No
court shall have jurisdiction over an action under this
section based upon the public disclosure of allegations or
transactions . . . unless the action is brought by the Attorney General or the person bringing the action is an original source of the information). Because I believe the
Court has misinterpreted these provisions to require that
an original source in a qui tam action have knowledge of
the actual facts underlying the allegations on which he
may ultimately prevail, I respectfully dissent.
In my view, a plain reading of the statutes provisions
specifically, 3730(e)(4)(A) and (B)makes clear that it is
the information underlying the publicly disclosed allegations, not the information underlying the allegations in
the relators complaint (original or amended), of which the
relator must be an original source.1 Moreover, the stat
1 Section

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utes use of the article an, rather than the, in describing the original source indicates that the relator need not
be the sole source of the information.
By contrast, the majoritys approach suggests that the
relator must have knowledge of actual facts supporting
the theory ultimately proven at trialin other words,
knowledge of the information underlying the prevailing
claims. See ante, at 17 (limiting the relevant jurisdictional
inquiry to those false claims ultimately found by the
jury). I disagree. Such a view is not supported by the
statute, which requires only that the relator have direct
and independent knowledge of the information on which
the publicly disclosed allegations are based and that the
relator provide such information to the Government in a
timely manner. As I read the statute, the jurisdictional
inquiry focuses on the facts in the public domain at the
time the action is commenced. If the process of discovery
leads to amended theories of recovery, amendments to the
original complaint would not affect jurisdiction that was
proper at the time of the original filing.2

No court shall have jurisdiction over an action under this section based
upon the public disclosure of allegations or transactions in a criminal,
civil, or administrative hearing, in a congressional, administrative, or
Government Accounting Office report, hearing, audit, or investigation,
or from the news media, unless the action is brought by the Attorney
General or the person bringing the action is an original source of the
information. (Footnote omitted.)
Section 3730(e)(4)(B) then states that
For purposes of this paragraph, original source means an individual
who has direct and independent knowledge of the information on which
the allegations are based and has voluntarily provided the information
to the Government before filing an action under this section which is
based on the information.
2 The majoritys approach requires courts to reevaluate jurisdiction
over a qui tam action brought by an original source every time the
complaint is amended. Such an approach, the Government has argued,
will interfere with its ability to tailor the claims advanced as it sees
appropriate. By contrast, under the approach I would adopt, the

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In this case, as the Court points out, the fact that Rockwell was storing thousands of insolid pondcrete blocks at
the Rocky Flats facility had been publicly disclosed by the
news media before Stone filed this lawsuit. Ante, at 3, 4.
In my view, the record establishes that Stone was an
original source of the allegations publicly disclosed by the
media in June 1989, even though he thought that the
deterioration of the pondcrete blocks would be caused by
poor engineering rather than a poor formula for the mixture. The search warrant that was executed on June 6,
1989, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) affidavit that was released to the news media on June 9,
1989, were both based, in part, on interviews with Stone
and on information Stone had provided to the Government, including the 1982 Engineering Order.
With respect to earlier media coverage of the pondcrete
leakage discovery in May 1988, however, Stones status as
an original source is less obvious. Stone first went to the
FBI with allegations of Rockwells environmental violations in March 1986. App. 180. He subsequently met with
several FBI agents over the course of several years. Id., at
180182. During those meetings he provided the FBI with
thousands of pages of documents, including the Engineering Order, in which he predicted that the pondcrete system design would not work. On the basis of that record, it
seems likely that Stone (1) had direct and independent
knowledge of the information on which the [publicly disclosed] allegations [we]re based and (2) voluntarily provided such information to the Government before filing
suit. It is, however, his burden to establish that he did so.
Because there has been no finding as to whether Stone

jurisdictional inquiry relates only to whether the relator was an original source of the information underlying the public disclosures, which
can easily be determined when an action is filed and need not be
revisited during later stages of the litigation.

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was an original source as to those public disclosures, I


would vacate and remand for a determination whether
Stone was in fact an original source of the allegations
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Mr. Stan J. Caterbone


220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 17516
Ms. Christina Rainville
1300 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
RE:

Previously discussed matters.

Dear Ms. Rainville:


I thank you for your help regarding the enclosed materials. As I have discussed previously, I would
appreciate your legal opinion as to the extent of my legal rights concerning the following
circumstances..
I will attempt to describe the many legal issues that are contained herein, and I have provided
documentation substantiating my claims. Due to the complexity and sensitive nature of these
issues, I have tried to reduce the paper to its simplest form, while also protecting the integrity of my
claims. I have also provided authentic conversations, which I recorded merely in my defense as an
accurate account of the activities surrounding my sudden demise. I possess many more forms of
evidence, including over 9000 paper images that I had microfilmed in November of 1987.
I realize that you offered to review only a few documents, however it was necessary to formulate
the documents in a way that was sufficient to challenge the legal issues that I am questioning.
Documents 1 & 2 would provide a glimpse into the legal merits of my claims. The following is an
attempt to provide you with a brief description of the activities and actions contained in these
matters. Please understand that I have not included any related activities that continued during
1991, especially concerning ISC and the CIA.
The following is a legend of the conversations contained on the Compact Disc:
1. 09/29/87 - A segment of the interview with the PA Securtiies and Exchange
Commission, Agent Howard Eisler, Attorney Robert Beyer, Client Millard Johnson, and
myself, present.
2. 02/24/88 - Meeting with Attorney Sandra Gray, of San Diego, California.
3. 07/10/87 - Phone conversation with Chuck Smith, President of Lancaster Aviation.
4. 07/07/87 - Phone conversation with Attorney David Drubner.
5. 07/21/87 - Meeting in Hollywood California with the owner of Gamillion Film Studios,
who was seeking my help to secure financing. Also present is Marcia Silen, a producer
of the Digital Movie.
6. 10/27/87 - Telephone conversation with Pennsylvania Securities & Exchange
Commission Agent, Howard Eisler.
7. 10/26/87 - Detective Boden, of the Pennsylvania Attorney Generals office.
8. 02/11/91 - NBC News documentary of illegal shipments of Arms and Munitions to Iraq.

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9. 02/28/91 - ABC News 20/20 segment on International Signal & Control, and Arms to
Iraq.
Please forgive the form of the following narrative, however it is especially draining to prepare these
materials. This is the first time that I have attempted this task, with the exception of various efforts
which were intended to merely defend myself, my person, my character, my reputation, or my
assets. You will eventually discover that the question of my mental condition is of grave
importance to my perpetrators. For the record, I do suffer from Bi Polar Mood Disorder, however,
no where during all of these activities can anyone prove that I have acted irrationally or insane, the
truth to my actions are well recorded, however the massive attack on my mental condition is proven
to be centered around lies and hearsay.
Any help pertaining to these matters, no matter how small, will be greatly appreciated. Please
invoice me accordingly.
The Background.
Ten years ago I had built a financial firm, Financial Management Group, Ltd., (FMG). In 1985 I
had conducted a marketing study that included interviewing more than 5 local physicians, all of
substantial wealth or income. I had merely described my strategic plan for FMG, and they gave
me feedback, all positive and enthusiastic. In 1986 I incorporated 11 different corporations, all
under the ownership of FMG. To attract local talent, FMG was owned by not only the 3 principals,
but stock was offered to every professional in the organization, including satellite offices. I had
raised approximately $400,000 of capital to start the company, and I did it in compliance of the PA
SEC Rule 144 Regulation D public offering.
In one year, we had phenomenal growth. By June of 1987 we had invested approximately $50
million of client funds. We provided relatively most of the financial services necessary during ones
lifetime. On the streets our organization was worth approximately $4 million, which is strictly
correlated to the commissions paid out. We had at least 10 satellite offices, and covered 5 states.
We also owned an interest in the PSG Broker Dealer, which was worth another $1.5 million.
I was Executive Vice President and Secretary of FMG. I was President and Secretary of FMG
Advisory, which was our Registered Investment Advisor (RIA). I had been pushing through the
approval process with the Pennsylvania Securities and Exchange Commission for more than 6
months, concerning the RIA.
In early 1987 I had developed a mortgage banking operation. I had negotiated with a large
Southwestern mortgage firm to provide mortgages for Eastern Pennsylvania. Our lending capacity
ranged from a minimum of $3 million and as high as $100 million. Even more important was the
fact that this lending capacity was very and sometimes more competitive than other area lending
institutions, I had shortly developed a very large list of clients for whom I was trying to secure
financing for various types of projects.
Combining the mortgage banking services with the ability of FMG to secure financing through
equity investment programs, I was very attractive the real estate community that had deals to
finance. My second cousin, in Houston, TX, provided me with this opportunity. In the mater of 2
months, we had met not only with several large local developers, I had also begun business with

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companies located in more than 5 other states. I had provided a commitment letter for $5 million
mortgage for Norris Boyd, of Boyd Wilson, for the Village of Old Hickory. Norris Boyd had
personally informed me that I had a better deal than the Commonwealth National Bank (who will
later illegally reposes my airplane), where the loan was currently secured.
In February of 1987, because of our ability to raise capital, Scott Robertson requested that I assist
him in visiting Power Station Studio, who was trying to secure financing for a movie. Reluctantly,
due to the risk involved with motion picture investments, I went to Power Station Studios, in
Manhattan. Tony Bongiovi built Power Station Studios to be among of an elite few. The names of
stars that recorded there was very impressive. Tony also produced the sound track for Star Wars,
which was very profitable, and still is. Another project, although controversial, was his cousin, Jon
Bon Jovi. Power Station is where Jon Bon Jovi began his amazing career, under early development
of Tony, his cousin. Contractual disputes ruined the relationship, which put large sums of money to
risk. Jon Bon Jovi is one of the leading all time musicians, in terms of revenues.
Tony described his project, which was not merely just a movie. Tony wanted to develop the first
Digital Movie. Given my thirst for technology, along with a demonstrated knowledge, I became
infatuated with the concept, the concept of providing the highest quality of sound, along with the
highest quality of video. I had researched the merits of the technology, which complimented my
own vision, and found a tremendously feasible project, one which would have the potential to have
a major impact into the film and video industries. I had always personally believed that sound was
as important as the picture for the truest sense of entertainment. The following documents will
demonstrate my investment into this technology, along with my keen sense of perception. Today
we call this Direct Broadcast Satellite DSS, which is currently causing the cable industry great
pains. The consequences of digital technologies to the world of information is what now gives us
the Information Highway, and all of its peripheral components.
The following documents will easily confirm my interests to the preceding three businesses, FMG,
the mortgage banking operation, and the Digital Movie project.
The relationship to my partners was less than amicable. In developing FMG I agreed to let Mr.
Robert Kauffman (Kauffman) act as President, upon the condition that we each own the same
amount of stock. Mr. Michael Hartlett (Hartlett) did contribute to the early development of FMG.
Since Kauffman could not control me, Kauffman and Hartlett would of attempt to buy me out, well
after I created and incurred the most risk, and after the proven success of the organization. In the
Spring of 1987, I had to personally take control of the Board of Directors to undue a merger that
presented great risk to the company, and my investment. As part of our strategic plan, we agreed
to purchase an interest in a Broker Dealer, rather than spending the capital and human resources in
which it would require. I had personally traveled to Washington D.C., to visit this company, which
was Kauffmans idea, and I literally found an empty shell. I found offices full of empty cartons,
empy file cabinets, and this was the company that was responsible for processing all of the
securities business that our brokers transact. This process was vital to our organization.
I immediately flew to Atlanta, GA, to visit another company, PSC, which had been courting our
company for a relationship for almost a year. It was a company that provided technology, service,
affiliates which accounted for several of the past presidents International Association for Financial
Planners, of which I served as Vice President the Central Pennsylvania Chapter. (This association
provided me with the national exposure to develop FMG.)

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In May of 1987, while traveling to a conference in Palm Springs, CA, the FMG Board of Directors
approve the merger of PSG, I had voted via telephone from an airport in Chicago.
The would be the last time that I would vote at an FMG Board of Directors meeting.
This is when I loose virtually everything that is vital to a businessman, my assets, excellent credit
rating and my spotless reputation, my professional designations and licenses, the opportunity to
continue the vast business opportunities that I have developed, and most painfully, my dignity --all without merit or reasonable cause.
June 23, 1987
10:30 am. I have a schedule meeting with Mr. Larry Resch and Mr. Carl Jacobson, both of
International Signal & Control, (ISC) and United Chem Con. The meeting was to discuss
different financial deals. Upon arriving, Mr. Resch disclosed to me that they had to fly Carl
out of the country this morning, he will not be here.
I remember that there was a lot of names and places, all over the world, that mentioned.
During our discussions, I had become annoyed at something, so I began making assertions
that ISC and Mr. James Guerin was involved with fraudulent activities. I further described
some of those activities.
I did not know that Mr. Resch was as close to Mr. James Guerin as you could get.
At approximately 3:00 that same afternoon, I had Russell Locksmith company change the
locks to my office door. Between my partners and ISC, I apparently became concerned.
2 Days later, on June 25th, via telephone, Mr. Kauffman carelessly reported that 2 stock
certificates were issued, without my authorization.
First, I, acting as Secretary ,I must authorize and issue stock certificates, in accordance to the
Articles of Incorporation.
Secondly, Kauffman and company must have burglarized my office to gain access to the
corporate records, which were under my custody, as defined in the Articles.
Several days later, during the night, I had went into my office and removed all of my files, and
upon finding a forged stock certificate with another Board of Director signing as myself and
as Secretary, which violated several bylaws of the Articles of Incorporation.
The next day I went to Mr. Joseph Rodas office, who advised me to return all of the
corporate files, and essentially suggested to go home and get some rest. Mr. Roda would later
represent Mr. William Clark, corporate legal counsel for ISC against Mr. James Guerin in
contract dispute for several million dollars.

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That afternoon, I loaded all of my files into my airplane, to transport to Stone Harbor NJ,
where I was renting another house for the Digital Movie project. I had secured pilots from
Romar Aviation to transport the files early the next morning. I had driven to New Jersey that
evening.
That next morning, the pilot that I had hired to fly my plane, telephoned me and informed me
that my plane was repossessed and locked in a hanger, and he would not be able to deliver my
files.
Those files were the only means of substantiating the truth in order to protect myself from
whatever was happening.
My first payment was not due for another month. In short, I finally found a pilot at the Cape
May Airport to fly to Lancaster and get my files. He returned hours later with my files, and
would only mention some incident involving a gun. Later I would be told that he died a
mysterious death the next month.
Not knowing that Commonwealth National Bank, the same bank that I was about to transfer
$5 Million mortgage to my mortgage operations, had actually repossessed my titled airplane
for reasons that are purely fabricated, and conveniently with all of my files.
This will be the end of my life as I know it, I had demonstrated success, my reputation was
exemplified in my ability to develop FMG, and my credit was flawless. I in the following
months, I will suspiciously loose everything, including; my assets, my business interests, my
reputation, my credit, and the most valuable of all, my opportunity; and ultimately, my
dignity. In reality, I was never even given the chance to fail.
I will contend, and prove, that all of the actions, were without merit and many of which were
fraudulent themselves, and I know that I can substantiate that statement.
According the Articles of Incorporation, I was never legally removed as Secretary, or any
other official duties. Because, there cant be a Board of Directors Meeting without me, the
Secretary. The record in the preliminary hearing transcript clearly proves that there was no
legal Board of Directors Meeting that removed me.
I never resigned from any positions or official duties of FMG, nor was I ever officially and
legally removed from the same.
I was a Tenant, with a $500,000 personal guarantee attached to the lease of FMG, Ltd.
The forgery of stock certificates violated the bylaws of the Articles of Incorporation, thus , as
Secretary, my duties were to safeguard the corporate records.
The evidence indicates that all of the arrests were fabricated, the airplane repossession was
illegal, and all of the allegations of insanity were malicious.
In September of 1987, in the Report to the Board of Directors of Ferranti International,
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cautioned any alliance due to the related CIA activities connected to ISC, and the lack of
stability of the customers (Iraq?). At that same time, I was making public allegations
against ISC. My conversations posed considerable risk to those connected with the pending
deal with Farranti.
I was the only person protecting the interests of Financial Management Group, Ltd., I was the
only person protecting my interests in the Digital Movie, I was the only person protecting
my assets, I was the only person defending my actions, I was the only person that never
committed a crime, and unfortunately, regarding ISC and Arms to Iraq, I was the only
person protecting my country.
As it turns out, I was instinctively accurate about the evolution of digital technologies, I was
first person to identify the ISC fraud, the largest in the history of the United States, and I was
one of the few persons that has done absolutely nothing wrong, in any sense.

I Remain,

Stan J. Caterbone

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Letter to Matt Samley of Xakellis Reese & Pugh re ISC Opinion and Invoice

Stan J. Caterbone
220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 17516

April 7, 1998
Mr. Matt Samley
Xakellis, Reese & Pugh
129 East Orange Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Re: Outstanding Invoice
Dear Mr. Samley:
I refute payment of the above mentioned invoice for the following reasons:
1. Reasonable Time As Promised. On or about November 24, 1997, we had a
telephone conversation while at my office of Pflumm Contractors, Inc., when
you had offered to update your progress on my request for a legal opinion
relating to the matters described herein. You had indicated that you were
busy, and that I would have a letter soon. I had stated that I was in no
immediate need, as long as it was within a reasonable amount of time. You
had promised me that it would be forthcoming immediately following the
Christmas Holidays. And I agreed with that time schedule.
I received the document on February 28, 1998, some 50 or so days after your
promised time schedule, and by your own accounting of my billing hours, it
took you approximately 60 days to complete the last 40 minutes of your
efforts.
This certainly does not constitute reasonable, as you had promised, and raises
questions as to your good faith efforts regarding my issues. Furthermore, I had
never had any conversations with you pertaining to these matters since that
conversation on or about November 24th, which you had an ethical obligation
to notify me if you were not able to deliver your opinion as promised.

2. Conflict of Interest. Immediately following my departure of Pflumm


Contractors, Inc., on February 20th, 1998 and my sworn statement to the PA
Unemployment Compensation Review Board, given the fact that you
represent David Pflumm and Pflumm Contractors, Inc., constitutes a conflict
of interest by most if not all of your Professional Code of Ethics . The fact
that you have conveniently delivered your legal opinion immediately

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following my departure of February 20th, certainly raises some questions as


to the timing of your legal opinion, which is dated February 26th.

3. The Legal Opinion. The following paragraph will serve my purpose,


Regarding the arrest and subsequent prison term, that should have been dealt
with through the appellate process and Post-Conviction Relief Act process and
frankly I do not see anything here at this time that could be done regarding and
arrest ten years ago and that time was served. To expunge a record now would
probably be beyond the statute of limitations for doing so. Finally, even it it
were possible, the fact that this presumably went to a jury and the jury found you
guilty seemed to indicate that at least based on the evidence provided, the jury
had some belief to find you guilty of what you were bound over for trial for.
Where on Gods earth did you find any information to insinuate that I was ever
convicted of any crime. Thank you, you have just proven my point. That
preceding statement, given the wealth of information that you have in your
possession, substantiates the fundamental foundation of the legal issues that I am
questioning, which undermines the framework of my civil, constitutional, and
shareholder rights.
I request that you immediately return all of my documents, and attest that no
copies of both paper and or audio have been retained by you or by Xakellis,
Reese & Pugh.

I remain,

Stan J. Caterbone

cc: Samleyfile

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EXAMINATION UNDER OATH OF


STANLEY J. CATERBONE

TAKEN BY:

ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY

BEFORE:

DIANE F. FOLTZ, RMR


NOTARY PUBLIC

DATE:

JUNE 9, 2016, 9:15 A.M.

PLACE:

LANCASTER COUNTY BAR


ASSOCIATION
28 EAST ORANGE STREET
LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA

APPEARANCES:
MARSHALL, DENNEHEY, WARNER, COLEMAN & GOGGIN
BY: CHRISTOPHER M. REESER, ESQUIRE
FOR - ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY

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WITNESSES

NAME

STANLEY J. CATERBONE

BY: MR. REESER

EXAMINATION

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EXHIBITS

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CATERBONE EXHIBIT

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PRODUCED AND MARKED

LIST OF ITEMS

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STANLEY J. CATERBONE, called as a witness, being


duly sworn, testified as follows:

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EXAMINATION
BY MR. REESER:

Could you state your name, please?

Stanley J. Caterbone, C-a-t-e-r-b-o-n-e.

Would you mind if I called you Stan or Stanley?

Stan.

Stan, okay.

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And my name's Chris Reeser.

You can

call me Chris.

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All right.

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I'm not a real formal guy.

I have been asked to

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take a statement from you relative to an insurance claim

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which I understood to have occurred as a result of

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something on April 3rd of 2016, but by some correspondence

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that I received from you, my understanding is that is not

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the date of loss.

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No.

That date is the date that I started the

spreadsheet --

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Okay.

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-- of the items lost or vandalized.

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All right.

This statement is part of the process

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of collecting information and evaluating the claim.

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Allstate's policy, as does just about any insurance

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company's policy, provides that part of the duty of an

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insured is to give an examination under oath --

Okay.

-- at the request of the insured -- at the

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request of the insurer, so that is what this is.

I've had --

Go ahead.

I've had -- I've collected on two or three

Go ahead.

policies with the same types of claims, and I've never been

put under oath --

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Okay.

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-- on the record.

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So noted.

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Okay.

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And I'll ask you about that.

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And I don't mind under oath.

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All right.

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I just, you know --

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All right.

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-- have never experienced it.

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Okay.

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Sure.

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This is part of what the insurer is allowed to

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Well --

Well, a first time for everything.

This

is --

ask of their insured.


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Oh, I don't mind at all.

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Okay.

Great.

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So I'm going to ask you some

questions about that.

Okay.

I usually when I take these statements -- and

I've taken a couple of them -- have some information about

the claim.

claim.

Okay.

So --

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Can I give you a brief history --

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Go.

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-- to put it in perspective?

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Yeah.

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I am a federal whistleblower.

I have very little information about this

Go.
I blew the whistle

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on International Signal Control or ISC in 1987.

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indicted in 1991 for a billion dollar fraud and selling

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illegal arms to Iraq.

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1987 they --

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I'm sorry.

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Yes.

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operations.

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Okay.

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Now, since -- I've been trying to get into

They were

Now, I was a shareholder, and in

You were a shareholder in ISC?

They solicited me to finance some

So I'm a legitimate, bona fide whistleblower.

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courts, hired various attorneys from '87 all the way up.

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In 2005 I entered the federal court system as a pro se

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litigant.

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I filed my own claims.

Okay.

Okay.

Now, here's what happened.

I became a

victim of organized stalking, electronic harassment or mind

control technologies.

show you some expert testimony -- is that what they do is

they break into your home, vandalize, steal, move things

around.

policies making the same types of claims.

Now, what happens is -- and I'll

And since '05 I've collected on two or three

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losses are not a single-day loss.

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period of time.

Now, these

They happen over a

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Okay.

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And I can't give you dates as far as when what

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was taken, when that was taken, but that's just a

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background for your reference as far as this is not an

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ordinary claim.

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When you say they, who is they?

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Well, I don't know, you know.

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say.

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be agents.

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It could be neighbors.

It's impossible to

It could be police.

It could be anybody.
But you believe that they are all in conspiracy

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to punish you because of your activity as a federal

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whistleblower?

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that.

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It could

I'm going to refer you to documents to explain


As a victim of electronic harassment and gang

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stalking, the victim -- part of the victimization is that

they break into your home.

Okay.

But you don't know who the they is?

Well, of course not.

Have you ever seen anybody in the act?

I have one person on a security camera video.

Okay.

That was in 2006.

And was there an insurance claim related to that?

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Not to that particular person, no.

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All right.

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But there was a claim that year.

Harleysville

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paid me once or twice, and there was another one.

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unfortunately I'm also the victim of computer hacking.

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These are all the reports from the past year on Geek Squad

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and other companies reviewing and analyzing and fixing my

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hard drives after they've been hacked.

But

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Okay.

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I filed about, oh, boy, since '06 or '07 probably

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about four or five IC3 reports with the FBI.

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I don't know what an IC3 report is.

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It's an online complaint regarding anything

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fraudulent online to the FBI.

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Okay.

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I've had face-to-face meetings with the FBI

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probably about 15 times.

Locally?

Philly and Harrisburg.

Is there a particular agent that you meet with?

No.

Could you tell me the names of any of the agents

No.

that you meet with?

No.

Okay.

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I can verify the meetings, I mean.

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What -- what's the reason for the meetings?

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Complaints --

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Okay.

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-- about people, what they're doing to me.

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You said you're a victim of electronic

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harassment.

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Okay.

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What have been the other forms?

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They use microwave technology, microwaves to

Now, I understand what computer hacking is.


Electronic harassment.

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alter your brain state.

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cause extreme pain in any part of your body.

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create synthetic telepathy.

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with the weapons.

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It causes extreme -- they can


They can

They can essentially kill you

Now, in the 1950's the Russians used it against


our -- the U.S. Embassy in Moscow, the same weapons.

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in the 1970's there was what's called the Church Committee.

The CIA had to come clean on these programs.

supposed to have stopped them, but they didn't, and that's

-- there's Senate testimony.

then was Stansfield Turner.

Senate, and they admitted to all the programs that I'm

describing.

Okay.

MKUltra was the main program.

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How do you know that?

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How do I know what?

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I mean, how do you know you're a victim of

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The Director of the CIA back


He testified before the

microwave technology to alter your brain waves?

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They were

Some nights I can't walk.

The pain is that bad.

What do you mean how do I know?

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I mean, I don't know.

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Don't get smart with me, or I'll walk out this

I don't know.

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door.

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I'm not being smart.

I'm trying

to understand this.

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Okay.

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How do I -- you know, how do I know I'm not?

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Do you ever complain about it?

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I mean, I have pain.

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I don't know why I have

I just -- I'm trying to understand.

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Listen, yesterday I filed 300 pages in the

Pennsylvania Supreme Court on a case against Lancaster City

Police and the county residents.

Okay.

There are -- there is expert testimony in here

from, one, an NSA whistleblower named Karen Stewart who

will back up just about everything I say.

from a Julianne McKinney who is a former Army intelligence

officer.

The second is

The third is from a renowned expert named Nick

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Begich whose father was killed by someone in the Hoover

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Administration.

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read them.

There are transcripts in here.

You can

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Okay.

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You can learn all about it.

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May I have this?

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No.

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Okay.

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Or I can give you it in electronic format.

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You can make a copy.

have a PDF around my neck.


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I'll give you a copy.

Well, I see that it's a Petition for Allowance of

Appeal which means that it's -A

I'm appealing a Superior Court decision to the

Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

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Okay.

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I'm a very successful litigator by the way.

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How --

I'm the amicus for Kathleen Kane in her criminal

case in the Superior Court in Philadelphia.

movant for Lisa Michelle Lambert.

I'm also the

Okay.

I've got three Third Circuit cases now that are

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awaiting decisions.
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And this is an appeal from the Lancaster County

Court of Common Pleas.

I assume it went then to the

Superior Court?

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I took it to the Superior Court, right.

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Okay.

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They dismissed it --

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Okay.

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-- two weeks before oral arguments.

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And what happened there?

Oral

arguments were scheduled for May 24th.

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Okay.

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They were scheduled since January.

Both cases

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were arguably -- I mean, maliciously dismissed two weeks

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before oral arguments.

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before them.

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Okay.

They didn't want me to appear

Give me some background.

you worked -- maybe I misheard you.

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No.

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I mean, you said

Did you work for ISC?

You were a stockholder?

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Yes.

Okay.

He was a stockbroker back then.

he is?

Gib Armstrong sold me the stock in 1983.

Do you know who

Former Pennsylvania Senator.


Yeah, I'm familiar with the name.

Are you

employed right now?

No, I'm -- I collect Social Security disability

for symptoms and illnesses related to U.S. mind control,

documented, verified.

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Huh.

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They've been paying me since '08.

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Okay.

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for that?

Do they -- do they pay you by the month

Is it --

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You never heard of Social Security disability?

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I have.

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Yeah.

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Okay.

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My first check was for $21,000.

They paid me.

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applied in '09.

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'05 when I declared I was full-time telepathic, but they

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could only pay me back one year.

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to '09 in one check, and then I've been getting monthly

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checks ever since.

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Okay.

They declared me disabled in December of

So they paid me back '08

Well, let's talk about this claim a little

bit.

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Okay.

I'm going to have this marked as Exhibit 1.

I have a new one here.

Okay.

Well, why don't you -- why don't we mark

-- can I take that, or do you need that?

Yeah.

No.

Okay.

We won't mark the one I have.

Here.

That's updated.

MR. REESER:

Do you want to put a sticker

(List of items produced and marked Exhibit No.

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1.)

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BY MR. REESER:

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Okay.

on there?

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Every day I have stuff

missing.

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This is for you.

All right.

Now, I'm just going to go through

these items that you have --

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Yeah.

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-- listed in order from top to bottom.

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You're

making a claim for a dishwasher?

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Right.

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Is this a dishwasher that was in your home?

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Yeah, but you know -- I'm trying to think what

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year that was actually broken.

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Scratch the dishwasher off of that.

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That might predate this.

The dishwasher is not being claimed, correct?

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Yes.

All right.

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Yes, let's take that off.


And I should ask you this beforehand.

I kind of lost track.

Your brief or your petition that was

filed to the Supreme Court listed an address of 1250

Freemont Street.

That's -- that's your home address?

Yes.

Okay.

No.

All right.

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In fact, I sent a copy of the deed in with the

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claim.

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Does anybody else live there with you?

I believe I saw that, which I think there were a

number of grantees.

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My brothers.

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Okay.

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No.

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And they wouldn't be insured under the Allstate

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But none of them live there?

policy?

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Yeah, they're listed as other insureds.

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Okay.

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Yeah.

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Okay.

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Do any of these items -- are they owners

of any of the items?

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No.

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Okay.

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I purchased the policy for everybody.


Front and back door locks?

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Right.

Tell me about that.

Okay.

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In July of 2015 -- yeah, July, 2015, the

benevolent Lancaster City Police Department served me with

a 302 petition, but what they did was they broke into my

house, smashed in the front door.

to pay for all the locks and the door, but they didn't.

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Now, they were supposed

So I had to get a new front door, and I had to


get all the locks changed in the front and back door,
rekeyed.

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Okay.

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Mental health warrant.

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All right.

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I've had about eight of them.

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do.

302 petition?

That's what they

That's part of the slander campaign.

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What do they --

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That's pretty routine.

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What do they claim?

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Well, I'm mentally ill.

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Okay.

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That's their -- that's their defense.

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Is there a form of mental illness that they try

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I make all this up.

to pin on you?

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Oh, yeah.

25

What?

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Which one do you want?

Oh, there's been more than one?

Bipolar, schizophrenic, delusional disorder, you

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What year?

name it.
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Okay.

Were you hospitalized or

institutionalized --

Oh, yeah.

-- as a result -- as a result of this one, the

one in July?

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Oh, yeah, Fairmont.

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For how long?

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Oh, that was about five -- eight days, I guess.

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And how did that end?

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They always -- they give me a hearing.

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Then they

have to release me.

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Okay.

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They're always pretty much the same.

It started

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in '87.

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Harbor Beach Patrol.

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was making a movie with Tony Bongiovi who owns Power

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Station Studios, one of the world's most famous recording

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studios.

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The first one was was somebody called up the Stone


My resume's in there.

In 1987 we're making a movie.

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for an office down in Stone Harbor.

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the movie in New Jersey on the boardwalk.

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But in 1987 I

I rented a home

We were going to shoot


Somebody called

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the Stone Harbor Police Department and said I was running

to the beach to kill myself, totally made up, fabricated.

That's how it all started with the mental illness.

Okay.

Okay.

Smashed in your front door?

Oh, yeah, with -- like a drug raid.

So going back to the door for a second --

I stood

there and took pictures of them as they came through.

Do you actually have the pictures?

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Oh, yeah, it's part of it.

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Part of?

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The -- they're in here.

Oh, let me see.

Where

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are they?

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are black and white.

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pages.

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only reason you could do that is if someone -- is if you

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knew that someone was in there with a gun to their head.

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was in -- I was in the upstairs window talking to them

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trying to get them to get away from me quite honestly.

No, they're in this one.

This one.

No.

These

They're hard to see, but the next two

Totally illegal what they did.

The only way, the

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Okay.

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I filed a lawsuit against Lancaster City Police

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in '08.

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one of the documents I have here.

It's a federal lawsuit.

In fact, that's part of

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Is that still ongoing?

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I withdrew without prejudice because of the

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computer hacking, so I can re-file, go back to it any time

I want.

Okay.

Most of my lawsuits I withdrew without prejudice.

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I just couldn't litigate with all the hacking.


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Can -- do you have any photographs that show the

damage to the door?

see a police officer --

I mean, I see a door that's open.

Yeah.

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-- apparently standing there.

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Yeah.

12

Okay.

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In fact, I bought the door at the Habitat reuse

Yeah, I do.

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it store.

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to change all the locks.

But what happened was they charged me like $400


Wizard Lock did it.

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Do you have -- do you have the receipt for that?

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Yeah, I could dig that up.

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You don't have it with you right now?

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No.

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You bought the door -- I'm sorry -- Habitat?

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For Humanity.

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Habitat?

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Habitat for Humanity.

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Oh, Habitat for Humanity.

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The reuse it store.

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Reuse it.

Out on Old Philadelphia Pike back behind

Greenfield.

door than was on there.

The door looks brand new, I mean, a better

The door, the replacement door you bought there?

Yeah.

What about the original door, was that -- had

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that been there for years?


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No, that was done in 1996.

My mother was part of

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Rehab Program where if you qualify, they'll come in and

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rehab your home, bring it up to code and put a seven-year

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lien on your house for the cost of the improvements.

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year 10 -- 10 or 15 percent comes off, so if you stay in

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the house for 7 years, it's all free.

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I see.

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So the doors are part of that.

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Okay.

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'96 at the time.

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And you may have said this.

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didn't get it.

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that -- the replacement door?

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$20.

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$20?

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How much did you actually pay for the door

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But it cost you 400 to get the locks replaced?

Yeah.

And that was done again by?

Wizard.

Wizard.

Locks.

And you can get me the receipt?

Yeah.

And my question about that was going to be did

Yeah.

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you report this to the police, but I guess given the

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Here's the situation.

I've -- I've been

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reporting to the police ever since it started, but usually

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they're part of the program.

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complaints.

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to sue them.

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Okay.

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I have letters which are a part of the documents

They won't take my

I mean, I had to sue them.

That's why I had

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going to the police explaining the vandalism and the

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break-ins that they won't, you know, report on or

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investigate or...

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And this happened July of '15?

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July 8th, I think, yeah, 2015.

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July 8th, 2015, okay.

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Was there any other damage

done, physical damage to your house done --

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No.

-- as a result of that incident?

Just the door.

Okay.

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The next one I have on your list is an

Apple Video iPod.


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Right.

What they did was I can't -- the menu

button doesn't work.

'05 or '06.

Okay.

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I since bought a replacement for it.

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All right.

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Now, that iPod I bought back in 2006,

You bought -- this particular Apple

Video iPod you bought in '05 or '06?

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Yeah.

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Where did you buy it at?

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I might have bought it at a Best Buy in Florida.

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Okay.

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Boy, 3, $400 probably.

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Okay.

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It's when they first came out, so the video iPods

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Do you remember what you paid for it?

And then when did you --

were expensive.

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Yeah.

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No.

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-- just an iPod?

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Right, video iPod.

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And then you noticed a problem with it when?

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This wasn't an iPhone.

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The button, you can't push the button, the main

button.

Okay.

Oh, boy.

fall of '15.

Okay.

No.

-- Best Buy or a repair store?

No, you can't.

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Why not?

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Why?

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I mean, if I had a problem with my iPhone and

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I'm not going to pay to get it fixed.

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Okay.

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I bought a replacement.

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Okay.

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When did you discover that?


Let me think.

That was probably in the

Did you take it to --

No.

No.

I --

Why is that -- I'm not -- I don't

understand why that's part of the insurance claim.


A

Because it was in my house and the house is

covered by the insurance.


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I mean, how do you know it just didn't -- I mean,

things wear down over time.


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I mean --

I'm telling you the truth.

If you don't believe

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me, that's fine, but don't -- don't harass me with

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I'm here to ask you questions, sir.

I told you what happened.

Okay.

They broke it.

They broke it?

Yes, someone broke it.

All right.

It's funny.

One day the button works, and the

next day it doesn't.

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Okay.

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Right.

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How old --

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I've had probably three stolen.

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Oh, it was stolen?

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Oh, yeah.

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Okay.

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I don't remember.

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I'm just

trying to get an understanding as to -- things wear out.

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or four stolen.
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Okay.

Bluetooth headset for phone.

When?
In the past year.

I had three

I had to buy replacements.


Well, you list $60, and that sounds about

what the value of a new Bluetooth would be.

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Oh, no.

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Oh, okay.

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Does it say three beside there?

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No, it doesn't.

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No.

That's for three of them, I think.

Well, no.

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but they're consecutive.

not a quantity.

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I'm assuming that's not -- that's

Oh, didn't the quantity print out?

that.

Oh, the quantity didn't print out.

be three.

No.

Let me see
That should

All right.

I paid like 20 bucks apiece for them up at Radio

Shack.

Do you have the receipts for them?

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I'm not going to dig up all these receipts.

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really not.

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is harassment.

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Maybe I didn't put the quantity in.

I'm a busy guy.

I'm

I can't be -- you know, this

Does that mean you don't have them, or you're

just not going to -- you're not going to dig them up?

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I'm not going to take the time to dig them up.

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Okay.

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I have all my receipts.

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back to '80, '82.

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Okay.

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I document everything.

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I have my tax returns

I'm an expert in

information technologies.

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Where in your house --

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I have worked all over the world for the record.

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I did defense contracts, optical publishing.

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of -- I was one of four companies in the late '80's, early

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'90's that could manufacture CD-ROMs, me alone.

business.

were stolen?

Where did I have them?

Yeah.

It depends where I was.

Where were they stolen from?

Most likely either the bedroom which is in the

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basement.

Okay.

I know my

Where in your house were the headsets that

In the bedroom, living room?

Yeah, the bedroom.

What do you mean?

Yeah.

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Was there any sign of unlawful entry?

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No, never is.

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about that.

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You'll read, the experts tell you

And I assume there was no report to the police

about these --

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I can't report to the police anymore.

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Okay.

Is it fair to say that with regard to any

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of these items you haven't -- so I don't have to keep

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asking you this, that you didn't report it to the police?

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They get emails from me, but, no, there's no

official report.

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All right.

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The last official report I made was two thousand

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-- was July 8th of 2015.

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to report the computer hacking, and that night at 11:30

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they signed the mental health warrant on me --

Okay.

-- and gave me a bogus incident report.

All right.

The Bluetooth headsets, the three of

them were taken after that?

After what?

After the 302 petition.

Let me think.

Okay.

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11
12

Yeah.

Yeah.

You don't have any idea who it was who

took them?
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If I did I'd give you a name and report that to

everybody.

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Okay.

14

Yes.

The hammer drill.


They broke it.

I'd say March 9th I started

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my -- I'd say in March, 2016.

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screened-in porch on my back and a six-foot fence.

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it worked.

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buy a replacement.

I'm putting on a new

The next day it didn't.

One day

So I had to go out and

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How old was it?

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I bought that one -- that's about the second or

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third one they broke.

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probably -- when did I buy that one?

That one I bought on eBay in

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Do you still have it?

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No.

25

Did you throw it out?

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Maybe '08.

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Yeah.

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You didn't take it someplace to see

if it could be fixed?

No.

What did you buy it for, how much?

How much?

How much.

Oh, boy.

9
10

That was a DeWalt.

I don't know -- $300 I think, 280.

New they're like --

I probably paid -- I

think I paid 60 something for that, somewhere around $60 --

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Okay.

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-- on eBay.

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And then did you buy a replacement for it?

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Yeah.

15

What did that cost?

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The replacement I bought at -- oh, the tool store

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out there next to the off-track betting.

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of it?

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Harbor Freight?

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Harbor Freight.

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drill.

22

Okay.

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What is it?

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Maybe 100?

23

What's the name

Harbor Tools.

I paid I think 60 for the hammer

But you have -- you have 100 listed here,

so --

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Maybe it was 100.

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Maybe.

Okay.

Reciprocating saw.

Yeah.

What they did was they rigged it so that

the blade doesn't stay in.

You can't use it.

It just --

When you turn it on it comes out?

Well, when you use it, it comes out when you're

sawing.

Okay.

You can't -- you can't tighten it.

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work, but it stopped.

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I bought that at Lowe's.

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It used to

That replacement I bought -- I think

The one, the one that's broken or the one, the

replacement one?

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The replacement.

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Where did you buy the one that's broken?

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Harbor Tools.

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Harbor Freight?

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Harbor Freight.

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Okay.

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When did

you buy that?

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Just so we're on the same page.

A
'06.

'05.
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Oh, boy.

Let's see.

I might have bought that in

'05, '06.
Okay.

Did you use that on a regular basis or

just once in a while?


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Did you use it once a week?

No.

Okay.

No.

No.

No.

No.

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Did you use it --

No.

Reciprocating saws I probably used less

than any other tool actually.

I mean, a couple times?

But if I have a project I might use it a lot in a

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two-week span.
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Yeah.

I mean, some people are do-it-yourself,

fixer-upper kind of people, and some people -A

Well, I used to have a contracting business in

college.

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All right.

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But you bought this in '05, '06?

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assuming --

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Right.

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-- you were out of college by then.

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I'm just saying I have experience.

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I mean, I'm

I'm not just

a do-it-yourselfer.
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Well, no.

My -- some people do a lot of work

with their tools, and other people --

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Oh, I do.

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-- don't.

25

I do.

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And that's what I'm getting at.

I'm

trying to understand.

I do.

I don't.

Okay.

So I could have something for ten years, and it

doesn't get any use at all.

No.

And some people have it --

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I use my tools.

11

-- for ten years, and they use it every day.

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I use my stuff.

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Fair enough.

I understand.

And you got a replacement at

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Lowe's, and you have $100 here.

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paid for the replacement?

Is that about what you

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Uh-huh.

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Do you have the receipt?

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Yeah.

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Okay.

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Is it fair to say you're not going to dig

that up?

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No.

22

Okay.

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I didn't have to for the other claims.

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No.

I'm not going to do that.

I'm not

going to do it for your company.


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IPhone 5C, was that stolen?

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Broken.

When?

In fact, I got scammed on that, the 5C, the end

of last year.

Here's what happened.

They broke it, right,

so I put it on eBay to sell it so someone could reprogram

it, the software.

broken on it because it functioned, everything, but the

software was not functioning.

I assumed the software was what was

Okay.

So I put it on eBay.

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They hacked my PayPal account.

So someone said that they

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paid me with electronic funds.

Well, PayPal doesn't use

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electronic funds.

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the money.

Right.

Somebody bought it.

PayPal you use your account to transfer

Right.

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Like a Visa account?

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What's that?

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Or a PayPal account.

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PayPal account.

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Okay.

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So what they did was they filed a claim saying

Oh, a PayPal account.

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I wasn't going to send

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Uh-huh.

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But because my PayPal account was hacked, I

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Now, in my

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PayPal account I had a cash balance of like $400.

went and awarded them judgment.

judgment.

So eBay

In eBay terms I'm saying

Uh-huh.

So they took the $150 or whatever selling price

out of my account, so I'm out the phone, plus the $150.

Okay.

So they scammed me.

All my accounts are hacked.

I file -- in all the courts I have electronic filing

10

privileges, Third Circuit, U.S. District Court, all the

11

state courts, the local courts.

12

which is the system where you file electronically --

Right.

My PACER account

13

I'm familiar with PACER.

14

-- I've been hacked since, oh, boy, November.

15

So

I got to run down to Philly every two weeks --

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Okay.

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-- to get my dockets, just to get dockets for all

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my cases.
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Let me go back.

I'm -- you lost me on the phone

at some point.

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Okay.

22

You had the phone.

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phone?

24

Right, after it was unusable to me.

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After it was unusable.

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Why was it unusable to

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Because there was a software problem?

It just didn't -- it wouldn't function for me.

Okay.

So I replaced it.

of Apple.

How old was the phone?


I went to Samsung.

I got out

I had too many problems with Apple.

How old --

Apple wouldn't fix it.

Apple wouldn't do this.

They were harassing me on every -- I called customer

service about it, and they had harassed me, and I had to

10

report that, so I said the hell with it.

11

Radio Shack, and under Sprint's program they would pay your

12

old phone off if you're on a contract.

13

have a Samsung.

14
15

So I went to

So I went and now I

How old was the phone at the time that you tried

to sell it through eBay?

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A couple months old.

17

Okay.

18

Five months old I think.

19

Was it under any warranty program with Apple

I had a warranty through Verizon, but I had to

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or --

cut them out.

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I don't follow you.

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I had to get off of Verizon.

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Okay.

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sell it; you got scammed on the PayPal?

Yeah.

And eBay basically ruled against you?

Yeah, I can't even access eBay.

I can't buy

anything on eBay anymore.

Okay.

I'm hacked, every -- all my online accounts.

Okay.

Banking, bank accounts, PayPal, eBay, PACER.

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filed complaints with the FBI, the Pennsylvania Attorney

11

General's Office, everybody.

12

When did this happen?

13

What happen?

14

The phone, the attempt to sell the phone.

15

I think January.

16

Of this year?

17

Yes, '16.

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Did you file a complaint with the Attorney

19

I think January.

General's Office or --

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Oh.

21

About this situation?

22

I file complaints with them all the time.

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Okay.

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Like I say, I am the amicus for Kathleen Kane in

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Superior Court Case 1164 EDA 2016.

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May 3rd, so I'm a party to the case now.

everything to me.

They have to file

Okay.

Service me everything.

And I understand, you know, that process to some

extent, but what does it have to do with this?

it has relevance, I'm all ears.

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the NSA.

Okay.

I mean, if

I just don't know.

In 1998 I had a meeting with an agent from

I was complaining again about things, and he told

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me, he said, listen, Stan.

11

it's the good old boys.

He goes it's not us.

He said

This was in 1998.

12

Now, when Kathleen Kane started in the press,

13

she's been saying that the good old boys are behind her

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problems.

15

stated for the record what the NSA agent told me about the

16

good old boys and how it relates to what she was saying.

So November 12th I wrote her a letter, and I

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Uh-huh.

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She replied back the next day, said she'd keep my

Okay.

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information on file.

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month or so ago I'd go up there every two weeks and deliver

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documents to Strawberry Square to the Attorney General's

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Office.

Ever since then from November till a

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Okay.

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I finally thought, you know what, I'll put screen

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Tell me about the screen door locks.

door locks on on my screen doors.

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Uh-huh.

It didn't stop anything.

They'd work.

Are they still there?

I had to replace one or two of them.

Did you do that yourself?

Oh, yeah.

Do they work now?

Yes.

They'd break them.

They wouldn't work.

Well, supposedly.

I mean, one time they

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didn't work.

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Okay.

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Lowe's.

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For $30 it looks like?

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Yeah.

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Yes.

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That was within two months ago.

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Okay.

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Where did you buy the replacements?

Is that what's on there?


Okay.

When did you replace them?

Sleepy's foam mattress.

I'm sorry.

Foam

memory mattress.
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Here's the situation with that.

On the record,

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I've been suffering from back pain since '87.

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say '98 I've been going to the doctors on and off for it.

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Last year I got a handicapped placard, and in the process I

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used my medical reports regarding my back.

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handicapped placard, and I got a long-term placard which

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Since I'd

So I got a

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Okay.

Now, what they were doing is that aside from the

electromagnetic weapons, people were using some type of

device to put under my seats and under my bed that causes

excruciating pain.

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Now, since '05 I was going up and getting laser


treatments to Leola Family Health Clinic in Leola.

Did you say Leola?

Yes.

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Thank you.

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Now, the doctor there, the chiropractor, he's the

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one that signed off on my handicapped placard.

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Okay.

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He verified that if they -- they could be using

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magnets.

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that's what the Sleepy's is for.

It can throw my back out to cause pain.

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All right.

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Now, whether -- I mean, well, go ahead.

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Have you actually found magnets?

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No.

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All right.

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You ask

the questions.

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So

You're not sure where they are within

the mattress?
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I'm not sure.

No, I'm not.

No.

I'm not sure

how they do it, but they used to do it to my bicycle seat,

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my car seat, my bed.

Other nights...

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Now, some nights I'm fine in the bed.

And you know when they're doing it based upon

when you have the pain?

Yes, it's the only way I know.

Okay.

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What's the nature of your back problem?

Herniated disc, do you have a degenerative condition?

No.

Do you have -- I mean, you're going to a

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chiropractor.
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Is he -- is he treating you for anything?

I was getting laser treatments, but it stopped

being effective.

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Okay.

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So now the only treatment really is I'm applying

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to Medicare.

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house.

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medicines.

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I'm trying to get a whirlpool bath put in my

I'm trying to get them to pay for that.

Okay.

And pain

And what's the diagnosis other than -- I

mean, are you -- something other than back pain I presume?

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I have that in here, I believe.

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I'm going to get myself some more coffee over

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there.

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Water would be good.

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I assume there's water in that pitcher.

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Would you like any coffee or water?

If not,

I can go out and get you some.

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Let me see what document I have right here.

MR. REESER:

(Off the record.)

THE WITNESS:

with me.

BY MR. REESER:

And off the record.

No, I didn't bring my medical file

Okay.

If I know what?

If you know the answer to that question.

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What was the question?

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The question was what's the medical diagnosis?

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Oh, it's a medical term.

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That's fine.

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That's all right.

I mean, if you know.

I can't.

If you don't -- if you don't know,

that's fine as well.


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I went to -- okay.

January 29th medical -- Med

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Express Urgent Care issued me pain medications.

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they issued me pain medications, all for back.

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they issued me pain medications.

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March 23rd
May 10th

In 2009 I was receiving pain medicines from

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Dr. Sullivan at the Abbeyville Family Clinic on Abbeyille

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Road for back pain, severe.

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a walker some nights.

It gets severe.

I have to use

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I think you said you went to Leola Chiropractic?

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Yeah, Leola Family Health Clinic.

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Family Health

Clinic.

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That's not a chiropractor.

That's a medical

doctor?
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No, he's inside there.

It's a -- it's a facility

where they have different doctors.

Okay.

Dr. Newhart, Paul Newhart, he was giving me laser

treatments.

guess it was about laser therapy.

the NFL.

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I saw an article in the paper in '05 or '06 I


Now they're using it for

But it was effective for a while, and then it

stopped being effective a couple years ago, so I stopped.

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When did you buy the bed?

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I bought the bed three months ago.

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Where did you buy it at?

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Sleepy's, Manor Shopping Center.

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Okay.

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Now, I put the bed on there.

You understand why

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I put it on there?

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wouldn't think anything's wrong with it, but I'm putting it

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on to document just what I'm telling you.

Now, if you went and saw the bed, you

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Okay.

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Oh, yeah.

You still use the mattress?


Yeah, because it's a memory foam with

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a -- it vibrates.

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the head, the mid-section, and for my back it's great.

It moves in three different positions,

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Queen size, king size?

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Full.

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Is that smaller than queen?

Yeah, not by much though.

So if you're not having the back issues --

Perfectly normal.

Then it's perfectly -- okay.

Yeah.

All right.

Yeah.

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Okay.

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Oh, which ones?

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How many do you have?

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How many did I have?

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And $2,300, is that what you paid for

it?

Laptop computers.

How many are broken?

many's listed on there?

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There's no number there.

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Let me see.

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How

I don't know why those quantities

aren't in there.

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Yeah.

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Let me see.

The policy goes -- the policy goes

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back to '11, so it would have been one, two -- that would

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be right.

Two.

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Okay.

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Two laptops, 400 bucks apiece.

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right.

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That's about

What kind of laptops, what brand?

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HP.

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Oh, boy.

What happened to them?

They just sabotage them.

drives and everything.

usually.

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What was the last one?

Compaq.

They fry the hard

They just fry them.

That's what this document is.

Viruses

It's all in there.

So they've crashed as a result of the viruses?

The hard drives have crashed?

Oh, yeah.

Have you looked into replacing the hard drives?

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It is -- cost, it's not effective.

Yeah.

It's not --

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it's not worth it because by the time you pay to do that,

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it's already outdated technology, so you're going to have

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an old processor.

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sometimes --

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You know, it just doesn't --

No, I -- I understand.

The economics of it

So what happened, so in August of last year, the

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last laptop I replaced, I got a one-year service for Geek

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Squad.

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The laptops --

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Fixing -- fixing the one I have.

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Okay.

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I've been in there about 20 times.

These aren't -- the ones that the Geek

Squad's fixing, they're not the HP or the Compaq?

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Oh, no.

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Okay.

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That's a Lenovo I have now.

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The HP and the Compaq, how old were those?

Within a year, a year old.

When did they crash?

Well, the last one crashed August of 2015.

one before that was probably -- let's see.

Maybe 2012.

2013.

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Compaq, '15.

Probably two thousand and -- maybe '13.

or to Allstate about the one that crashed in '13 before -A

No.

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-- last month?

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No.

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it in bulk.

It's too time consuming.

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litigation.

I'm too busy trying to defend myself and

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everything else, too busy documenting things I have to

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document.

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I do -- no, this is the way I do this.

Okay.

I do

I'm too busy with

The next item you have is cost to repair

computers from hacking.

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Right.

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Which -- are you talking about the same

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Maybe

Did you make any report to your insurance agent

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The

computers?

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Yeah.

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The --

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I went to -- I went to other services after Geek

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Let me hold you up for a second now.

We talked

about the HP and the Compaq, and then you said you bought a

warranty in August to have a different computer serviced

by --

A Lenovo.

-- the Geek Squad?

Right.

Denovo?

Lenovo.

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Lenovo?

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L-e-n-o-v-o.

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Is that the one that you're making the claim to

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have repaired?
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I had that serviced, yeah.

Yeah.

Yeah, I had it

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done by the people on Harrisburg Pike there.

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moved, right there at The Grille there, near the campus.

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forget what his name is.

18

Near F&M you mean?

19

Yeah, The Campus Grille.

He had a computer

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repair shop in there, but he just moved.

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out to Liberty Place or somewhere.

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And you paid $400 for that?

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No.

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Yeah.

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Let me see.

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He just

I think he moved

That was -- to the repair?

Cost to repair computers from

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hacking.

I guess that's cumulative over the past four

years.

Okay.

That's probably what that is.


Here's what happened.

A Plus on Columbia

Avenue.

Last year I made a formal

complaint to the Lancaster DA's Office.

the detective.

goes you're going to have to do something for me.

going to have to go get a private firm, analyze your

Okay.

I met with

He goes, well, Stan, he goes, listen.

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computer and get a report.

11

seen the detective since.

He

You're

I did that, paid for it, never

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Okay.

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He never returned my calls.

He never -- I guess

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I called him out on it.

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wasn't going to do it, or it was going to come back saying

16

there wasn't a virus in it or it wasn't hacked, but he was

17

wrong, so he flew the coop from me.

I guess he thought, you know, I

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So the $400 is cumulative --

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Yes.

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-- for three different computers?

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Three or four.

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And this would be over how many years span?

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Three or four years.

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Okay.

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Do you have the bills for any of those

repairs?

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A lot of them are in here.

I'm sorry?

A lot of them are in here.

Okay.

No.

Why not?

You can see them right now.

Oh, sure.

I'm getting tired.

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items.

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Could you send me copies of them?

I had a long week, so let's

I'm about two-thirds of the way through these

Let's make it another day then for the rest.

I've had enough.

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Okay.

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We can reschedule another time.

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And I take it

I'll get a copy of the transcript?

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I'll get you a copy of the transcript.

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Great.

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I would prefer to keep going.

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No, I can't.

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You don't mind breaking, do you?

I'm up since 4 o'clock most

mornings, so this is enough for me.


Q

Can you show me where those receipts are that

we've just talked about?


A

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Let me see.

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Save you and me some time.

Okay.

In the folders that you're looking at right now,

That's $160.

are those copies of your receipts?

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6

Here's one.

These are the copies of the reports from the

technical people.

Okay.

The Geek Squad was a one-time fee.

A Plus.

Okay.

Here's A Plus.

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receipt.

11

Avenue.

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service, the Geek Squad.

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computer.

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them where I got them.

Let's see.

Here's

Now I got to find the

This is what they wrote.


Okay.

Okay.

That's on Columbia

Here's my receipt for the tech

Here's my receipt for the actual

Can I have those receipts back?

I want to put

I don't want the stuff mixed up.

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How can I get a copy of those receipts?

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Just take them right now and get them.

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Ask them to copy them, you'd be all right with

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Sure.

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Do you have other receipts for any of these other

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items?

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I have 30 years of receipts.

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Here, I mean here in this building.

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that?
Sure.

Do you have

them with you?


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I don't know.

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I was looking at.

piece of paper.
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Could you -- there was another one in there that

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It was on an 11 -- 8 and a half by 11

Here, that was $160.

Let's see.

Let me go

through there quick and see if I can get the receipts.

Here's a receipt.

they changed my SIM card thinking that would stop the

hacking, but it didn't.

for -- that's just an in-take.

This is a Verizon.

This is a receipt, but it's not


These are the IC3 reports.

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Let's see if the receipt's in here.

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they're all the receipts I have.

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Okay.

13

I believe.

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What Verizon did was

Geek Squad.

No,

I mean, as far as the computers are

concerned.

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And then there's no receipts in these documents?

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Receipts for what?

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Any of these items that we're talking about.

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I don't know.

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Okay.

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I don't know.

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I'll make copies of these.

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I did not peruse all these files for receipts.

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Would you like -- would you like me to make a

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copy of that for your records?


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No, I gave it to you.

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Okay.

I'm going to have to trust you.

changing documents on me all the time.

(Off the record.)

I got people

BY MR. REESER:

Okay.

Do you want to take these and copy them and bring

them back?

Or I can mail them back to you.

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Well, aren't we going to continue this?

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Actually what I have to do is I have to report

Sure.

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back to Allstate, and they let me know if they want me to

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continue it or not.

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fine.

Okay.

You can take them then.

Mail them back.

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Okay.

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You're going to get educated.

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Yeah, that'd be

And you will not -You're going to be

a changed man, trust me.


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You will not do the continuation, assuming we

have one, in the courthouse?

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Why?

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Because it's free.

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Why don't we do it at Allstate's office, Allen's

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office?
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Okay.

I'll see if I can arrange that.

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Or we can do it at my house.

1250 Freemont Street.

It's nice.

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You can come to

It's nice there.

It's fixed up.

I have no problem with that.

All right.

I had enough of that courthouse.

Okay.

How long did this last?

Roughly an hour.

So it's about 20 after 10:00 roughly.

I don't know what time we

started.

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That's pretty good.

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So you want to adjourn for the day?

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Yeah.

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(The examination under oath was adjourned at

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Okay.

Very good.

10:19 a.m.)

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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA

I, Diane F. Foltz, a Notary Public, authorized to

administer oaths within and for the Commonwealth of

Pennsylvania, do hereby certify that the foregoing is the

testimony of Stanley J. Caterbone.

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statement, the witness was duly sworn; that the questions

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and answers were taken down stenographically by the said

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I further certify the said statement was taken at the


time and place specified in the caption sheet hereof.
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employee of such attorney or counsel, or financially

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interested directly or indirectly in this action.

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand


this 13th day of June, 2016.

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EXCLUSIVE Transcripts of Whistleblower Testimonies as
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Related Hearings and Lectures
Published by Advanced Media Group June 2, 2016

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June 5, 2016

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Background of Stan J. Caterbone as a Targeted Individual
2. Transcript of the Richmond City Council Public Hearing of May 19, 2015 Passing
a City Resolution 5-2 to Ban Spaced-Based Weapons in Support of the Many
Targeted Individuals Suffering Symptoms of the City.
3. Karen Stewart, NSA Whistleblower and Targeted Individual
4. There is no doubt that NSA is now run by sycophants and sociopaths
5. EXCLUSIVE: Former NSA Employee Speaks Out on its Corruption # Karen
Stewart
6. The Interview
7. NSA Whistleblower Comes Out of the Shadows Into the Light by Karen Stewart
8. The Interview
9. Julianne McKinney, US Army Intelligence Officer, Whistleblower, and Targeted
Individual
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Transcript Of Greg Szymanskis Interview With Julianne Mckinney
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Dr. Nick Begich, Author and Expert Researcher of U.S. Sponsored Mind
Control
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October 1, 2015 Nick Begich Lecture at the Covert Harassment Conference
in Berlin, Germany

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Targeted Individuals of U.S. Sponsored Mind Control and
Related Hearings and Lectures
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BACKGROUND
Stan J. Caterbone's International Signal & Control or ISC Whistleblowing History and Mind
Control Relationships are outlined in the following statements and declarations, which have already
been proven and verified and have never been specifically contested in any court of law:
Stan J. Caterbone was a Federal Whistleblower in 1987 regarding ISC
The 29 False Arrests and Prosecutorial Misconduct that Stan J. Caterbone was subject to in 1987
through 2015 was an effort to cover-up the allegations made by Stan J. Caterbone in the Spring and
Summer of 1987 after the Meeting of June 23, 1987 with ISC and United Chem Con Executive Larry
Resch.
The ISC Fraud and Sales of Arms to Iraq Story by the ABC News Nightline with Ted Koppel and the
Financial Times of London in May, July, and September of 1991 was most likely initiated or was
corroborated by Lancaster Newspapers reporter Thomas Flannary.
Thomas Flannary's mysterious death in February of 2004 was either murder or was a cover story to
hide the fact that he was a CIA operative used to control the flow of information, disinformation, and
propaganda. It is highly subject that he began his career with Lancaster Newspapers in 1987 and is not
a native Lancastrian.
The ISC merger was not completed until December of 1987, 3 months after the False Arrests of Stan
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The official meeting with the Pennsylvania Securities Commission Agent Howard Eisler in September of
1987, which was solicited by Agent Eisler was an effort to illegally interrogate Stan J. Caterbone without
a legal subpoena.
In the months after the June 23, 1987 meeting with ISC Executive Larry Resch Stan J. Caterbone had
personally solicited a vast array of local, state, and federal officials, including the FBI and Congressman
Robert Walker, PA State Representative Gibson Armstrong for assistance in the retaliation and slander
campaign that was in progress. There is credible linkage between the ISC Scandal, U.S. Sponsored
Mind Control, Stan J. Caterbone's family VICTIMIZATION of the same, and the participation of
LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA.
The Zook Murder Appeal proves that Lancaster County Detective Michael Landis, Judge James Cullen,
and Judge Farina of the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas were all involved in U.S. Sponsored
Mind Control before 2004 and before Stan J. Caterbone went public with his VICTIMIZATION of U.S.
Sponsored Mind Control.
Bobby Ray Inman, former director of the National Security Agency (NSA) was on the Board of
Directors of ISC and was involved in U.S. Sponsored Mind Control Technologies through his company
S.A.I.C. Corporation. Bobby Ray Inman would later be selected by Former President Bill Clinton for his
Director of Defense, but would later remove himself due to allegations and public scrutiny for his role in
the ISC scandal.
In the Fall of 1991 Robert Gates was nominated for Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
and during his televised confirmation hearings the was subject to brutal array of questions concerning
his participation in the ISC scandal. He went on to be nominated and later would serve both the Bush
Administrations and the Obama Administrations as Secretary of Defense until resigning in 2011.
There have been at least 3 documented attempts on the life of Stan J. Caterbone; 1987, 1991, and
2004, all attempts at vehicular homicide. Thomas P. Caterbone's passing in 1996 was the result of a
wrongful death claim by Fulton Bank. Samuel A. Caterbone was most likely an KULTRA murder tactic in
Santa Barbara, California on December 25, 1984. Samuel P. Caterbone was most likely the result of an
MKULTRA murder tactic on July 20,2001 in New York city.
The above finding of facts and evidence corroborates a vast conspiracy and criminal enterprise that
violates both civil and criminal RICO statutes and antitrust statutes.
The above would constitute treble damages for Stan J. Caterbone and Advanced Media Group in U.S.
District Courts, specifically in the Eastern District for Pennsylvania Case No. 05-2288, 06-4650, 1402559, and other related cases; and Case No. 08-13373 in the Lancaster County Court of Common
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Richmond City Council


May 19, 2015
Richmond City Council Public Hearing of May 19, 2015

Passing a City Resolution 5-2 to Ban Spaced-Based


Weapons in Support of the Many Targeted Individuals
Suffering Symptoms of the City
Transcribed for Advanced Media Group, Originally published:

May 19, 2015

Richmond, California City Council hears from victims and advocates and votes in support of the Space
Preservation Act and the Space Preservation Treaty to permanently ban spaced-based weapons.

Jovanka Beckles Council Member Introduced This Resolution

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RICHMOND CITY COUNCIL BANS SPACED-BASED WEAPONS


COUNCIL MEETING HELD MAY 19, 2015

Mayor:

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One is to adopt a resolution in support of the Space Preservation Act and the Spaced-Based

Treaty to permanently ban Space-based weapons. And we have 15 speakers for this item.
Council Member Beckles, would you like to introduce this?
Beckles : I would. You know I think what I would like to do is just kind of rehash the statement of this
issue for those that dont have the agenda in front of them. The city of Richmond is a welcoming and safe
area for all of our residents. We have led the way in so many initiatives that protect and provide the rights
for all of our residents to feel safe. And so its imperative that Richmond adopt this resolution in order to
stand in solidarity with residents who claim to be under assault with spaced-based weapons that should be
outlawed by the Space Preservation Act.
Now, the thing about this is that were not trying something new here. This is in support of what is already
there at the federal level. So we say as a council we support this treaty thats already in affect and we also
support our residents who are feeling attacked by certain kinds of weapons. And so the purpose of this
resolution is to show support for our residents that identify themselves as targeted individuals by
supporting the Space Preservation Act thats been passed by Congress and the Space Preservation Treaty
to permanently ban spaced-based weapons.
Now, many targeted individuals believe they have been personally attacked by weaponry that should be
outlawed by the Space Preservation Act. Some years ago one of the residents who is going to talk now, I
met with her. I met with many of them, to talk about this issue. Ive also spoken with our police
department. The representative from the department was Captain Gagan to figure out how law
enforcement can support these individuals, first of all, by at least listening and not assuming, and actually
just taking reports of incidences that are reported. And the police department was open to that, and is
open to that, and are willing to work with our residents in helping them to feel safe. Because its important
that we all feel safe living in our city. And in our city we have put forth our best effort to listen and respect
the voices and wisdom and experiences of our residents.
And so I dont intend to ignore it and Im hoping that my colleagues on this (unclear word) wont ignore,
but support those who suspect they have been exposed to these types of inhumane attacks with the intent
to cause them great emotional and bodily harm. And Im encouraged by these residents, these citizens of
Richmond, who stood up to protect these other residents here. Id like to encourage other officials at the
local, state and national level to explore methods to expand support to all residents. And as many as
you can see those of us with an agenda in front of us, and those who dont have an agenda in front of
you, who may be watching, or the livecast on the web, is that there is no financial impact to this. This is
not going to cost anything and its not going to hurt anyone to pass it. But it certainly would continue to
cause emotional distress to those who are being targeted if we dont pass this. And I urge you to support
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all of our residents in the city.

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Mayor: Do we have questions from council members? Okay, Vice Mayor.


V Mayor: Just real quickly. You mentioned that this was passed by Congress. Can you tell me when that
happened because Im trying to look it up now and I thought that was just introduced in 2001 and never
was
Beckles: Actually, Ms Anderson can probably answer that question. When was it passed at the federal
level, Ms Anderson?
Anderson:

9/10/2002. Space Preservation Act, former Congressman Dennis Cosenich had introduced

this bill.
Vice Mayor: But was that
Mayor:

Were sort of getting out of our process here. I think that (word unclear) do you have other

questions?
Vice Mayor: Well, Im looking at the sheet that youre looking at. It looks like thats when the Burkley
City Council passed a resolution, not when Congress passed the law. Im looking on line at the House
website. And I know that theres, I understand that theres been multiple versions of this so I dont know if
its been passed or not. But from what it looks like here, it doesnt look like that version was passed by
Congress, so I dont know if it was. But I understand the Burkley City Council passed it on 9/10 of 2002.
Mayor: Other questions from the council?
Mayor:

So I had a couple of questions. Im looking at the resolution and it talks about the Space

Preservation Act. Can you tell me what act that was? Theres never been a Space Preservation Act passed,
right?
Beckles: It wasnt passed. It was brought forward by the Representative, the Congressman at the time.
Because there were some, you know how it goes in Washington, theres just a lot of power play. So it
never gotbut it did get passed in 2002 in Burkley. So were making ours similar to the one that was
passed in Burkley.
Mayor: Well it doesnt say anything about Burkley here. All it says is the Space Preservation Act. Are you
talking about the resolution Burkley passed or are you talking about one of the two resolutions that
Representative Cosenich introduced in 2001 and 2002?
Beckles: Well because that one didnt pass were just making reference that it was brought forward by
Dennis Cosenich, and of course politics being the way they are, it did not pass. So this is, Im making
reference to and using the Burkley model as an example of ours.
Mayor: Which one of the Cosenich resolutions did the Burkley model refer to?
Anderson: HR3616. House Resolution 3616.
Mayor: I didnt hear you, what?
Anderson: House Resolution 3616.
Mayor: 3615.
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Anderson: 3616. 1. 6.

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Mayor: The research I did on this, that resolution was substantially different than HR2977.
Anderson: Yes sir.
Mayor:

And significantly it omitted any references to chem trails, particle beams, electromagnetic

radiation, plasmas, extremely low frequency or ultra-high frequency energy radiation and mind control
technology. So, the question I have is, it seemed to me, it was your intent to include all these in it, right?
So if you go with HR3616 and we approve this, it will not include any of these things I named. Was that
your intent?
Beckles: That was not my intent. My intent, and working with staff, of course, it helped put this together,
because we know that we get help with our staff. The intention was to include all of the things that people
are feeling, yeah, that people are feeling the pressures of and feeling the attacks of, and so I think thatI
dont know how much of this issue that Burkley had in theirs. But I think that to include these, and this is
the resolution saying we support this treaty, this act. Then Id like to have it in there. Because again, to
me its important that we defend, that we support and that we protect our residents. And so if these are
the things that residents are saying theyre feeling, then it should be in there.
Mayor: Well, all Burkley did, and Im looking at the Burkley resolution, and it just says, It is the will of
the council and the city of Burkley that the US Senate and House of Representatives enact, and the US
President sign and enforce the Space Preservation Act. But Im confused because there were actually two
Space Preservation Acts introduced and I think if were going to do this right, we need to define which one
were going to support. Because theyre different.
Beckles: Youre absolutely right. And I want the best one to move forward as well, and Im sure that the
residents want the best one and so.
Mayor: Which one is the best one?
Anderson: HR2977.
Mayor: So that would be HR2977.
Anderson: Yes.
Beckles: Which is the one that includes
Anderson: Everything.
Mayor: Ok, so, with that in mind, I dont have any more council people... oh I do too. Council Member
yeah, Ive got a bunch; Council Member Martinez and Council Member McLaughlin.
Martinez: Yes, I wanted to change the language to say that we endorse the intent of the act since the
act is not actually in place.
Mayor: The intent of which act?
Martinez: The intent of the second act.
Mayor: The second one is HR3616.
Beckles: Are you talking about HR2977 which includes all that, right? Which includes the chem trails. Is
that right?
Mayor: Thats my understanding of it.
Beckles: Is that right, Council Member Martinez?
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Martinez: Is that the revision? Right.

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Mayor: Council Member McLaughlin.


McLaughlin: Actually I did some research on this too. Apparently Representative Cosenich didnt read
fully the first resolution that was brought forward in his name. He brought it forward based on some
recommendations. And when he realized it was drawn out to the level that it was, he pulled it. And he
brought forward the second one, which is 3616, which I think is more general.
Many of us remember, just to share some input going back, many of us remember in the 80s, Ronal
Reagan brought forth the Strategic Defense Initiative, which was later dubbed Star Wars, you know, thats
where this all came from. Basically, it was to put weapons technology into space as a global shield, as a
supposed defense against China and the Soviet Union. It was later seen as infeasible. And many others..
many people saw this as the idea to put weapons in spacewas insane. And I happen to think it was a
crazy idea, as did the population at large.
Then the Clinton administration in 1993 morphed it into the Ballistic Missile Defense. Later in 2002, which
is currently now the Missile Defense Agency. But also, along the way, in 2002 Dennis Cosenich introduced
this bill, and its the second one that he fully introduced, 3616, which basically called for a ban on spacedbased weapons. And then it was, I think it was just introduced, a co-sponsor was Representative Barbara
Lee, and at a certain point, this Space Preservation Act that was just introduced was brought to the UN
and the Space Preservation Treaty was linked with it. And actually the UN had previously addressedset
upestablished, I guess the basis for this treaty by saying they wanted a permanent ban on spaced-based
weapons that passed in the United Nations that passed 156 to 0. Then Burkley supported the 2002 the
Space Preservation Act and I believe also, the Space Preservation Treaty.
So thats what Council Member Beckles is referring to in terms of the resolution that shes brought
forward. I dont know how anyone can not support not having weapons in space when it has been
supported by the UN and also been supported, clearly stated by many experts that its infeasible this
original Ronald Reagan plan to dub this Star Wars.
I think the resolution is fine as it is. It basically says that the residentsthe well-being of our residents is
of importance to us and it also, it doesnt state pro or con in terms of what individuals are saying. But it
just refers to the fact that our residents deserve to be protected. And in general it states that spacedbased weapons are something that the city of Richmond does not support. (applause)
Mayor: Okay, so would you call the public speakers?
Anderson:

Speakers are Amy Anderson, Jesse Beltrand, Dr. John Hall, Dr. Edward Spencer, Ben

Colonson, Lisa Becker and Derrick Robinson.


Beckles: Amy Lee Anderson.
Anderson:

Yes

Mayor: Could you come over here to the podium to speak, please?
Anderson: Good evening Council Members, Council Beckles. I really want to thank you for not deviating
your plan because I went on your Facebook and I saw why you came in office and you never deviated your
plan. You said that you wanted to first put the community first and from you doing that, I want to thank

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you first. And secondly, as a psychologist, a child psychologist, I want to thank you for putting up with
some of those pains I have suffered along this way. But I am here in happiness, in a moment of greatness.
I have a perfect city. Nowhere in the United States, no targeted individual can get this kind of support
that I have gotten. We just needed just one person, one city. And because of that, you all are our heroes,
and we want to thank you. And I can go on and say much much.
But we are dying within because the technology is so sophisticated. Its hard for someone who has no
experience to fathom it. It is so sophisticated. So what we are saying to you all is please let us help you
understand enough, as someone outside looking in to our lives. Because were in pain, we are tortured
and we are humiliated every day in our lives because our lives have taken on a path. We dont even know
how or why we have this type of people on this planet who would harm in this type of way. And I just want
to thank you all. And you, Mayor, for you being in the cityworking in the service. Being in the service. For
others to do this, I know that should sadden you. (applause)
Jesse Beltrand: Good evening, Mayor, Vice Mayor and City Council Members. My name is Jesse Beltrand.
Im the president of the International Center Against the Use of Covert Technologies. Our organization was
formed in 2010 in Sacramento California for the purpose to bring awareness to the general public and
legal systems around the world about serious human rights abuses with regards to the utilization of
remote influencing technologies. My colleagues and co-speakers today, hopefully well get John Hall, who
was the author of Guinea Pigs, Technologies of Control, which have been sent to each of you and signed. I
also have Dr. Edward Spencer, whos a Neurologist from the Yale School of Medicine and Ben Colonson who
is a PHD in psychology, and therapist, and co-author of a book about PTSD. I myself am a retired
Sacramento City Fire Paramedic and a recent graduate of HMI and do provide therapy to victims.
In 2010 I met Dr. Hall and when meeting him I discovered this phenomenon and asked, Why isnt
anything being done about this? He said its because of the symptomology. If everyone went to traditional
medicine and complained about what they were experiencing, they would be railroaded into the mental
health institutions. The fact of the matter is, this is affecting all demographics of society: the poor, the
rich, the elite. I see victims on a monthly basis and hear from hundreds of people every week. I currently
have over 23,000 correspondences from victims not only within, here in the United States, but around the
world.
What we have discovered is that there are hot pockets within the United States where there are victims
that are being exposed to these types of technologies. And as our speakers continue to speak they will
explain to you how that has developed. Currently the hot spots are New York, Florida, Chicago, Texas, and
California. Unfortunately, in California, the East Bay has the highest amount of victims that we have
collected in our database, within our study within our organization. This is why we are currently here
today.
Beckles: Your time has expired Sir.
Beltrand: Okay, thank you.
Beckles: Dr. John Hall. Dr. John Hall.
Beltrand: Dr. Hall is unable to be reached so were going to have Dr. Spencer here.
Spencer:

Mr. Mayor, City Council, thank you. Thank you for attacking this very difficult problem. And

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there are a lot of people around the world, especially in Europe, where I attended a counsel just recently,
in November, who thank you. Im a retired neurologist. I attended Stanford University, Yale University and
a residency at the University of California in San Francisco.
Ive studied this sort of problem for a period of time. And its been a mystery to me why medicine in
general does not approach this and study the multitude of documents that are out there. But this is the
case. And I wont answer this for you, because this is an ongoing study, ongoing problem. This is really
intense technology. Essentially what might be described as EEG heterodyning. The entire electrical activity
of the human brain can be captured in this super computer and certainly processed and then put back into
someone else. Imits science fiction. But unfortunately, its not science fiction. So naturally this is
difficult. So the technology is incredible. But basically this is a moral problem. Ethical problem. This is a
violation of the golden rule, any ethics, anything thats decent. And this is a major thing to consider. Its
also a violation of our constitutional rights. So thats an important thing to keep in mind.
To bring it back down to Richmond, I know there are a lot of targeted individuals here, and the police
encounter them. And cant understand this and help them. The medical community is hobbled by not
having a differential diagnosis. And many of the psychiatric disorders, they should say rule out
psychotronic disorders, but they dont. So they cant face it at all. Thank you.
Beckles: Ben Colonson
Colonson: I thank you all. Two minutes. Okay, lets go. Thank you all for your endurance. I see you listen
to a lot of humans. Im gonna talk really fast with two minutes to go. I am a psychologist. I have
evaluated many targeted individuals who have previously been diagnosed as delusional and psychotic and
my job is to deconstruct those diagnoses. Because of the methods of my colleagues that can actually
detect advanced nano-technology present in their bodies both through frequency emissions and
lymphaticbasicallylike when you fire a bullet theres a trajectory and the police can determine the
trajectory. There are chemical tests to do that. I was just gonna, very quickly, since its two minutes, this
is this months issue of Smithsonian Magazine that says, The Future is Here: Brain to Brain
Communication is Real. Targeted Individuals report synthetic telepathy, voices in their skull, people
putting thoughts in their head, things that up until now weve been told are complete delusion and lock
em up. But you know, the capabilities exist.
This is the National Nanotech Initiative. The last 15 years budgets of a billion and a half dollars just by the
federal governments non-black budgets. We dont know what they spend on the black budgets. Doing
experimental programs showing how nano sensors in people can give us much more data about humanity.
These technologies can be used for great good but they have apparently also been used for tremendous
evil in non-consensual human experimentation. There is great documentation on this.
I do think its a little unfortunate, that confusion about the Space Preservation Act. There arethe systems
SCADAS, theyre called. The acronym stands for Supervisory Control And Data Systems Systems. They
include a component of satellite communication from a central command post as well as components
inside the human beings, or targeted individuals. So although there is a component of these weapons
systems, and they are clearly weapons systems by the major nations on earth, theres an arms race on for
the mind at this time. Control of the human mind. The Human Brain Initiative is part of it. If I only have
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two minutes I have to stop there. I hope you will listen to these people. They are suffering greatly as nonconsensual experimentees.
Beckles: A question, really quick, to the speaker. Could you repeat the names of those two references
that you gave, the magazines? Can you give me the names of those again, please?
Colonson: The first one, the current issue of the Smithsonian Magazine. A main stream magazine, which
in this months issue, says communicating brain to brain. And this is merely what they are releasing
publicly. The majority of the most advanced weapons systems are classified and we dont know the full
capabilities. This is just the supplemental to the presidents budget, this years Nanotechnology Initiative.
And what I didnt get to say in my two minutes is the National Registry of Environmental Professionals,
which certifies people to do all kinds of environmental quality testing, has just certified SCADAS,
Supervisory Control And Data Administration Systems, as something that needs to be studied for its
environmental impact on the environment in general. And I am part of the HSCADAS task force, how
these SCADAS systems are impacting human beings. And there are thousands of reports from targeted
individuals that crimes are being committed against them. And my intention in coming here tonight was to
support their claims so that law enforcement, with as much
Mayor: I think she asked you the names of the magazinesso
Beckles: Thank you very much. Lisa Becker.
Becker: Hi. Good evening. My name is Lisa Becker and I came here from Racine, Wisconsin. I have been
a victim of this technology for 14 years. I have been tortured for 14 years. My justice department has
failed me. My executive branch has failed me. My senators have failed me. My congressmen have failed
me. You are the only people in this country who have had the courage to even put this on the agenda.
Thats why I flew all this way to thank you, and to address you. This is torture. And it is enslavement. And
any one of these people can tell you the same thing. We have suffered desperately. And Im sorry if Im
emotional. But Im very tired. But if you wont save us, save yourselves. Because I promise you, this will
come back to every one of you. Every one of us in this country are going to be tapped into these computer
systems and you are gonna see what this feels like. Do something now while you still can. Thank you.
Council Member: I have a question. Could you be more specific in terms of how you feel that youve
beenthe injustice.
Becker: You mean in terms of the justice department failing me?
Council Member: Well in terms of your being a victim.
Becker: You mean in what Im feeling?
Council Member: Yeah, explain a little bit to me how you perceive yourself as being.
Becker:

Sure, well I have actual photographs of burns on my body. When I went to my doctor, the

response was, Well how do I know you didnt do that to yourself? How do you address that? Ive passed
two psychological evaluations. Not one but two. The one physician said, Youre sound as a bell. I have no
idea whats going on with you. When I go to sleep, when I go to try to sleep, I feel like Im being lit up
like a Christmas tree. I feel like every cell in my body just bouncing out of my body. I cant even describe
it. I get electric shock up my rectum. I get electric shock up my nose. Ive woken up with burns on the
end of my tongue. Ive had burns on the palms of both my hands. I vibrate. I vibrate. I can barely hold a
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Council Member: Im trying to find out whats the source.


Becker:

The source are these exotic weapons. They talk about, in 2977, they talk about the space

weapons, spaced-based weapons. Basically in that document they talk about exotic weapons. Thats what
were talking about. And the fact of the matter is they did complete that global surveillance network. My
cousin worked for the defense department. She worked on the global mapping of that system. And when I
told her what I was going through, all she could say was, Youre on your own. Well, I figured that out. I
figured that out. If you would please, I urge you to pass this. I realize you cant enforce it, but if you
would pass it, it might give other communities the courage to do the same thing and show our defense
department we are not the enemy. We are not to be attacked. We are not terrorists. Most of us are
defenseless women.
Mayor: Okay, thank you.
Becker: Thank you.
Beckles:

Our next speaker is Derrick Robinson, followed by Laquisha Baker, Dolores Hall, Kim, Alex,

Elizabeth Adams, Robert Swegan. Please come forward. Derrick Robinson.


Robinson: Good evening everyone. Im Derrick Robinson. In regards to the Space Preservation Act that
is before you, many of us have travelled here to say thanks very much for listening and responding to so
many that have come to you over the past couple of years. This is a momentous occasion for our
organization and for humanity. You are one of the very few governing authorities that has considered the
danger of psychotonic technologies. Research in this area has been ongoing since the 50s by government
agencies, corporations, criminal elements, and religious cults, etc. But, only since the arrival of the
internet, has this holocaust been made known to thousands of people who have found that they are
victims of psychotonic technologies. And that they have been sereptisciously victimized by them. And as
the devices proliferate and the public becomes more aware of these covert activities, legislation on a local
and national level will be needed to address the concerns with regard to a vulnerable society. Your
resolution today would be a giant step forward in ensuring the health, safety and well-being for all people.
Thank you.
Beckles: Laquisha Baker
Baker:

Hello to all the legislators, and city hall, Javanka, my girl Amy over there. I have been a

Richmond resident 40 plus years. Ive seen two of my friends try and fight this fight. But their minds are
gone and theres no coming back. My mother was a Black Panther. They killed her. She was only 58 years
old. And Im just happy at this moment that somebody in our town, our city, has opened the doors for
many people who couldnt make it, didnt make it, and were survivors of it. And I just want to say thank
you.
Beckles: Dolores Hall.
Hall: I did not know you were going to call me to speak. But I will share. I head up the Los Angeles
Freedom from Covert Harassment Group. Its a support group. And I have about 300 people that is in that
group. And I get over 400 emails on a weekly basis of people asking me to help them, begging me, please
help. No one will listen to me. I am 65 years old and as I walk here, up to this podium, Im in so much
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pain. I have burns all over my body. Theymy doctor I had treated with for 16 years, my legs swelled up
from the electric magnetic frequencies hitting me on my legshe told me to go to the hospital. And when I
went to the hospital they were supposed to put an IV in me. They sent me to the mental ward because
they said I did this to myself. I would never hurt me. I have been a victim since 2007. You cant see this
horrific electric hitting you. Electric is invisible. You take a remote control to turn your tv, turn on your
television. It hurts so bad. I want to thank you for opening your minds and your time today. I am a retired
legal investigator. I have asked all my friends, I have very prominent friends, to help me. They cant do
anything about this. It is way, way over our heads. They say its the shadow government. It is people that
cannot be touched. Please help us.
Beckles: Kim, next speaker.
Buckner: Hello, my name is Kimberly Buckner and I have been a targeted individual for a very long time.
The things that Ive experienced due to being targeted, they have been unreal. However, I can attest that
they are very real indeed. My life has been destroyed in every possible way and every day has been a
struggle for me. I am very grateful to be before you today due to Amy Andersons due diligence and to
everyone else involved. I thank you council members for giving us targeted individuals a chance to speak
and to be heard. And I pray that these atrocities will soon be brought to an end. But we need your help.
Thank you.
Beckles: Alex
Rafter: Good evening, my name is Alec Rafter. I am an NYU graduate and have spent much of my time
working in a financial holding company in San Francisco. I have been a targeted individual for eight years
six months. Im from Lafayette, California, which is in this county. I am here to support and corroborate
what these other speakers are trying to convey. This technology exists and is being used on a mass scale.
It is torturous, brutal and inhumane. It happens everywhere I go. People dont understand the capabilities
of this technology. The person I came with here tonight was being shocked and stabbed in this very room
with a directed energy weapon while waiting to speak with the council. My ears are getting frequency
tinnitus while I was sitting here waiting for you as well as technology called voice to skull Dr. Alan Frey.
Like I said, this happens everywhere I go in Northern and Southern California. Ive been tortured all day,
all night, minute after minute, year after year after year. We need your help and support to stop this, to
save us, and to prevent this from happening to others. Please support banning these so called spacedbased weapons. Thank you very much.
Beckles: Robert Swegan
Swegan: Good evening. My name is Robert Swegan. I live in Modesto California. Im here tonight after
being targeted for 12 years with direct energy weapons, voice to skull. I wake up in the middle of the
night in excruciating pain. Theres nobody I can call. Theres nobody to help me. You know, sometimes I
have suicidal idealization because theres no one to help. You know, Ive been diagnosed schizophrenic,
delusional, at 53 and 57 years old. Im a graduate of junior college with a degree in counseling and human
service. I commend you people for what youre doing here. I want toIm here to support my friends. And
I know this has been very difficult for me and my family. My familyI have 4 children. One is in prison

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right now. I suspect he was here for about 45 minutes. And others will not even talk to me. My familys
been fragmented. I dont tell anybody whats happening to me anymore. Its a dark secret with me. I
cannot explain to people whats happening. The police in Modesto are at least talking to me now. Theyre
not taking me down to the mental health facility. I thank you very much for listening to me.
Beckles: Marilyn Languist
Languist:

Good evening Mayor and Council Members. Marilyn Languist, Richmond resident. I want to

thank Ms Anderson for bringing this topic forward and for bringing so many speakers. I urge you to adopt
this resolution. As has been said, the original Space Preservation Act was originally introduced by
Congressman Cosenich, co-sponsored by Congresswoman Barbara Lee and Congressman Pete Stark of the
Bay Area. And this concept was also voted on and supported unanimously by the United Nations to
prohibit weaponization of space and spaced-based weapons. These are clearly not good for anyone on
earth and not good for anyone in Richmond. You have to be aware that there are a lot of exotic weapons
research programs going on. Some of them covert, some of them not covert. A former Richmond resident
sent me a lot of emails last year about a public comment period for allowing US military testing of directed
energy weapons in the Olympic peninsula in the state of Washington, which is of great concern. In terms
of the types of weapons that are affecting these individuals, before you judge the targeted individuals, I
would suggest that you listen to them, take the time to really listen deeply to their experience. Try to put
yourself in their shoes for a moment. If you can believe them, then please do what you can to support
them. If youre not sure, then I urge you to take the precautionary principle, when in doubt error on the
side of extra protection for those who are vulnerable. So please do adopt this resolution. Thank you.
Beckles: Sylvia Gray White
White: Good evening. My name is Sylvia Gray White, a very long time Richmond resident. Tonight Im so
thankful and happy that our city is looking up, waking up and standing up. Approval of this agenda item
will make an impact on the whole world and will help us to restore our mother earth and our health. The
heavy metal toxins falling down on us daily from the chem trails are done by our military without our
approval and knowledge. Lead is one of the many chemicals in the chem trails even though our
government banned it decades ago. Banned it from paint, toys, even bullets, and other manufacturing
processes. This toxin has really negatively impacted my life. Lead is very toxic and there are no safe
levels. It displaces the calcium in your bones among many other illnesses, particularly with children. The
level of lead in my body has drastically increased in the past 3 years. Ive gotta get the lead out. We need
to stop this constant daily abuse of our universal rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. If you
cant feel good, you cant live good. I am not the only one breathing this pollution. If you breathe, youre
breathing it too. We have rights. Stand up for them! Now in order to stand Ive got to use a cane. But I
still can stand and will stand up for whats right.
Beckles: Our last speaker is Elizabeth Adams.
Adams: First and foremost Id like to pass this cell phone around. This is what electronic burns look like.
This is my 6 year old grand-daughter who has been targeted since birth. So can I just walk around and
show this to you?

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Adams: This was taken less than 30 days ago at Eden hospital. Thats when you hear of the victim speak
of being electronically burned. That is my 6 year old grand-daughter. I am 59 years old. I have 6
grandchildren and 2 great grand- children. I first and foremost want to say that I thank God for every one
of you. And I mean literally from the bottom of my heart. I thank him for each one of you and I thank him
for the blessings that hes gonna bring your way just for addressing these issues. These issues are beyond
the average eye. The average eye cant even see it. So its not even worth even talking about in that
sense. I have sent each and every one of you information. Everything that I sent you is just what you
need to know. But theres one more thing left:

your local fusion center. You need to do some deep

research into your local fusion center. Just look it up on line. That is where you will find information, ill
activities of some sort, that is going on withinIm not going to say city government because I cant
pinpoint it. But you need to look into your local fusion center. Secondly, mental health of children(timer
beeping).May I finish just two minutes please?
Mayor: No, I think we need to give everybody the same amount of time. Thank you.
Adams: Okay, no problem.
Beckles: That was the last speaker.
Mayor: (lady asked to speak) Maam, you know, if you didnt sign up you cant speak. Okay, I have Vice
Mayor Meyers.
Vice Mayor:

I was just gonna briefly say that the weaponization of space as the history that was so

eloquently described by Council Member McLaughlin is something that I think is extremely immoral and we
should not be, as a nation, engaging in and so Im gonna support this resolution based on that.
Mayor: Do we have any other speakers? Okay, hearing none, do we have a motion?
Beckles: I can make a motion. I share that we adopt the resolution thats put before us.
Mayor: Motion of second?
Beckles: Pinplay has something
Mayor: Oh, Councilman Pinplay
Pinplay:

I just want to address for a second this whole idea about weaponization of space and there

seems to be this assumption that just because Ronald Reagan supported Star Wars, its automatically
become some unmitigated evil. The context in which it was considered a problem was simply because
there was this perception that Star Wars or any kind of strategic defense initiative could not be made
foolproof. And it could not be made foolproof because the opponent, particularly a very well-armed
opponent like the Soviet Union could launch like tens of thousands of dummy missiles at any one point
and so it would be almost impossible to intercept all of them and to distinguish the nuclear missiles from
the dummy missiles. And the understanding was that it would be that there could be a problem created
because based on the overestimation of the effectiveness of Star Wars, namely that America might think
that it was too effective and therefore, go for a first strike and knock out all the Soviet weapons. Or, on
the other hand, the Soviets might feel it was too effective and go for a preemptive strike beforehand. And
it was only in that specific cold war context that Star Wars was considered a horrible idea. Actually, Star
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Wars is not a particularly bad idea, the whole idea is that you can knock out someones weapons before
they enter your air space, in fact, long before they enter your air space. And this, for example, was
practiced more than 20 years ago, in the Gulf War, when the Patriot system modification of this was used
when the Patriot system knocked out some of the Iraqi missiles that were launched at Israel. And it is not
just a perfectly valid system, it is actually a particularly useful system, in the time that we have now
where there are nations that are not quite as well armed as the Soviet Union used to be in the 1980s.
Which may not have the capability to launch tremendous numbers of missiles at any one time. And, in
fact, this is a fairly useful system to have. And so this automatic knee jerk reaction that because Reagan
supported Star Wars and at the time it was considered a bad idea and so for that purpose it is considered
a bad idea forever, I just think this is a wrong understanding of the system. And I just wanted to mention
that.
Mayor: So we have Council Member McLaughlin next.
McLaughlin: So, I justthe reason I was interrupting because I dont think we should get into it. Thats
kind of way off base. I was just giving the history of this in general. I will say that there were some of us
in the 80s that were talking about a nuclear freeze like to stop the arms war rather than weapons in
space. You know, I think space should be for exploration and good things to learn, scientifically. Not for a
weapons trace.
Mayor: Wait, no, were not having anything from the audience. Council Member Martinez.
Martinez: Yes, just last week on 60 Minutes there was a special on the reintroduction to the arms war,
with people trying to develop missiles to take out communication satellites. But any kind of war effort is
wrong. And we need to do whatever we can to stop all war efforts. Now when I was in university in the
1980s for humanities class, I did a paper on a science fiction novel. What I actually did was, I took all of
the predictions in this science fiction novel, and then I went to magazines and newspapers, and I was
surprised to find that every single prediction in this science fiction novel, that was written 20 years earlier,
had already come true. And they were happening there, then, in 1980. So its easy for me to see that
things which are wrong can happen because we have the wrong mindset. We have the mindset which is a
war mindset and this proposition that was put forth by Cosenich was to change our attitudes towards one
of seeking peace, and thats why Im endorsing it.
Mayor: Okay, Vice Mayor.
Vice Mayor: Well, I want to say that I do think this debate is, it is on topic, because the debate on Star
Wars is sort of, was part of what initiated this. And what I would say, and its been said, that any sort of
in my viewthe idea that we dont have enough tools to kill each other here on earth and so that we need
to start doing it in space, that just is simply immoral. And you know, it may be that some wars are
unavoidable. That may be true. But whatever we can do to get our country to move away from that mind
set and move away from utilizing new methods of war, we should support. And so thats why I support this
resolution.
Mayor: Okay, if theres nobody else, lets vote. Wait. Council Member Pinplay.
Pinplay: So the motion before us, does that include things like chem trails and stuff, or no?

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Mayor: Well, let me, I think hes bringing up a good point, because, Im really confused. I think that the
resolution itself is very simple. It simply says, the city of Richmond thereby supports the Space
Preservation Act and companion Space Preservation Treaty to ensure that individuals will not be targets of
spaced-based weapons. So I see that. All the testimony Ive heard tonight is about targeted individuals.
And so, I mean, Im confused. Is this about spaced-based weapons or is it about targeted individuals? And
if individuals are targeted, whos targeting them and why? I just dont understand it.
Beckles: Its simple enough. Its saying that, on the thereforeas you read, we are supporting this Space
Preservation Act and companion Space Preservation Treaty and the reason were doing this is that
individuals will not be targets of spaced-based weapons, which is what theyre saying. All this stuff is high
technology, itsand sothats what were adopting here. And you know, whether you believe it or not, one
thing that was very clear, and Ive met with folks a lot around this issue, and some of them Im just
hearing tonight. And even the ones I heard tonight, just out of compassion for folks that are saying help
us, and us supporting this, by adopting this resolution, I think it sends out a message that, you know, we
sympathize with you, we support you, and the very least we can do is just pass this resolution to make
sure that you feel the support and love and sympathy that you deserve. Its simple, it reads right there
Mayor. Thats all were trying to pass. Whats there before you. Thats all were trying to pass. Dont
complicate it. Its simple, so vote it yes or no.
Mayor: I sympathize with everyone who is suffering some kind of affliction. But on the other hand, you
know, in 1967, the US adopted, or the President signed the treaty on the principles guarding the activities
of states in the exploration and use of outer space including the moon and other celestial bodies. So the
US government has acted on this, and they have, within that particular treaty, is a ban on using outer
space for military purposes. So, I just dont understand what were talking about. Are we talking about the
weaponization of space? Are we talking about chem trails? Are we talking about individuals who are being
targeted? If so, by whom and why? I mean, you know, Im just a dumb city council person and this is way,
way over my head. And I frankly think that its sort of way out of the purview of what this city council
could be taking up.
Weve got real problems here. Weve got potholed roads, weve got a budget thats out of balance, weve
got crime, weve got greenhouse gases. Weve got all these things to worry about and here Im being
asked to support a resolution that deals with things like chem trails and particle beams and plasmas and
mind control technologies. I just dont know enough about it. If I were an expert Id probably take a side,
but Im not. And so for that reason Im just not gonna support it. Maybe some time Ill learn more and be
more oriented
Beckles: Id like to call the questions.
Mayor: Council Member Bates
Bates: Well, it is confusing. Im gonna support the resolution for the simple reason that weve voted on
lot of dumber ideas than this resolution represents. And again, we know that we dont control the
universe, we dont control Congress. So this is the least of my worries. So, Im gonna support it. Now call
for the questions.
Mayor: Does anybody else want to talk about it? Okay, lets just vote.
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Richmond: Space weapons resolution prompts requests to


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By Karina Ioffee kioffee@bayareanewsgroup.com
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Posted:Mon Jun 01 18:42:20 MDT 2015

RICHMOND -- A city resolution banning space weapons within city limits has prompted dozens of calls to the Richmond Police
Department in recent days to ask the agency to investigate the alleged use of chips, bugs and other devices for mind and body
control.
On May 19, the City Council approved a resolution supporting the Space Preservation Act and Space Preservation Treaty
permanently banning "space-based weapons," such as microchips planted in people's bodies and micro waves that supporters
believe are used by nefarious sources to harm them.
The resolution was written by Councilwoman Jovanka Beckles, who works as a mental health specialist for Contra Costa County,
and aimed at "making all Richmond residents feel safe," she said.
"I don't intend to ignore the concerns from residents who say they have been exposed to these attacks that have caused them great
emotional and bodily harm," Beckles said.
The fallout has prompted worries that Richmond, which is working hard to remold its image in recent years, will be dismissed as
slightly off by the news media and other municipalities.
" I am trying to figure out how we can use this newfound fame to help market Richmond, much as desolate eastern Nevada has
used the Extraterrestrial Highway to lure tourists to an otherwise deserted stretch of desert highway," joked Richmond Mayor Tom
Butt in a recent online posting.
But the issue actually started last June, when Richmond police Capt. Mark Gagan was asked by Beckles to meet with residents who
said they were being targeted by space technology. Eager to show the department was sensitive to residents' concerns, Gagan
agreed.
"My desire was how to better serve this population from a public safety standpoint," said Gagan, a 20-year veteran with the
department. "There are people who have a huge amount of stress, anxiety and fear. These issues have public safety implications
no matter how far-fetched they seem."
The meeting had the best of intentions. But it appears to have also motivated conspiracy theorists who began to see the city as an
ally. Gagan began receiving invitations to speak at conferences organized by the "targeted individuals" community, and a rumor
started that the city had a task force devoted to uncovering government conspiracies. One organization even gave Gagan a
"humanitarian award" for his work on the issue.
"People were thrilled that someone was finally listening to them," Gagan said.
Since that meeting, he estimates that he's received more than 100 calls from people from as far away as Ireland who say they want
Richmond police to investigate their particular situations. Gagan always takes the time to explain that the department looks at facts
and has so far found no evidence to support concerns raised by callers.
"We try to refocus the conversation, and if they are local, get them into a managed program of medication and supervision," Gagan
said.
Contact Karina Ioffee at 510-262-2726 or kioffee@bayareanewsgroup.com. Follow her at Twitter.com/kioffee

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Stan J. Caterbone
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUPFreedom From

Covert Harassment & Surveillance,


Registered in Pennsylvania

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Lancaster, PA 17603
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CORROBORATING EXPERT AND FORMER NSA WHISTLEBLOWER


KAREN STEWART
DISCLOSURE OF ELECTROGAGNETIC WEAPONS USED TO KILL CERTAIN
TARGETED INDIVIDUALS DURING APRIL 10, 2016 RADIO INTERVIEW

THE DISCLOSURE
Karen Stewart graduated from Florida State University in 1979 with a BS degree in German Language
and a minor or co-major equivalent in Fine Art. She worked for NSA (National Security Agency) from
1982 to 2010. Her resume will follow.

Her video interviews can be seen on the following YOUTUBE links:

Wheel of Freedom (WUA) 4/4/16 Ex-NSA Karen Stewart


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ExpCL27ft10

NSA whistle blower Karen Stewart exposes targeted Individuals, 9/11


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ravXai6nfMg
On March 9, 2016 I was detained and falsely imprisoned by no less than 8 NSA Security Police

on the barracks of the Headquarters of the NSA at Ft. Meade Maryland.

I was handcuffed, and

interrogated for over an hour, while my car was dog sniffed and searched. I was ordered to return to
Lancaster rather than continue on to Washington, D.C., and was ordered not to enter any federally
owned property again. The following is a video of my statement:
Statement and Video of False Imprisonment re Handcuffed and Interrogation for an hour at NSA

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Headquarters (National Security Agency at Ft. Meade, Maryland) by 8 NSA Police officers on March 9,
2015 Recorded on March 11, 2016
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FeXlaQn5Nhs
Karen Stewart's resume at the NSA is as follows: I Worked various projects over the years, not
just USSR/Russia, but various countries researching/reporting on foreign military status and alliances,
weapons development and proliferation, the Chernobyl disaster and aftermath, the fall of the Iron
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developments of certain target countries. I researched and wrote a series of intelligence reports in
support of Operation Iraqi Freedom that kept secret Russian countermeasures sold to Iraq from
wreaking havoc on the American invasion. This ultimately is what got me fired because I questioned
why my work was used to promote another employee who had no experience with but, was credited
with my work .
The following transcript of an interview by Karen Stewart in which she describes the lethal
electromagnetic weapons and her experience on being on the receiving end was taken from the article
titled NSA Whistleblower Comes Out of the Shadows Into the Light and can be found at:
http://canadafreepress.com/article/nsa-whistleblower-comes-out-of-the-shadows-intothe-light

The article was written by Sher Zieve -- Bio and Archives and published March 28, 2016. The byline is
as follows: In February, 2014 I published an interview of an NSA Whistleblower. This is a follow-up to
that column. Due to recent threats to her person and other exigent circumstances, the Whistleblower
has decided to come out of the shadows and into the light. I am honored that she again chose me to
write her story.

KAREN STEWART'S TRANSCRIPT


First of all, the case STEWART V. NSA is a righteous lawsuit, (brought in 2010) meaning it is a
clear case of employer abuse of power and position to an egregious and even premeditated criminal
level meant to circumvent whistleblower protection laws like the No Fear Act. Simply put, I asked the
NSA Inspector General (IG) to investigate why my award-winning intelligence report series supporting
Operation Iraqi Freedom (2003) was used to promote an entirely different woman twice (2004 & 2005)
one who had nothing to do with my reports whatsoever, and was a known incompetent, but had
methodically sexually compromised many of the male managers within the Weapons & Space (W&S)
Directorate. Instead of following correct procedure, the IG and NSA Security decided to cover up the

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infraction by attacking me. Threats were made to paint my complaint as paranoid and to fire me for a
non-existent mental illness if I did not drop my effort to get credit for and the promotion for my own
work, given to the wrong woman. These threats quickly took shape as false accusations against me by
the guilty personnel obviously coached by Security, manifested with stalking harassment masquerading
as an investigation by NSA Security goons from 2006-2009. In late 2010, despite all evidence
showing my innocence from ridiculous and impossible charges, I was fired by an NSA Kangaroo court
with a predetermined agenda. My EEOC appeal (lawsuit) had been accepted for adjudication and the
judge had ordered no adverse action until its adjudication but NSA ignored his orders.
I moved from Columbia, Maryland back to my familys hometown of Tallahassee, Florida in 2011.
All was quiet until February 2015 when I instructed the law firm I had hired to subpoena evidence from
the Maryland Department of Motor Vehicles identifying a burglar (a now retired NSA Executive) who had
broken into my home very shortly after I had tried to make my 2006 Inspector General request for an
investigation, and stolen extra house, car, and mail keys as well as illegally bugging (burst bug) our
home and phone/internet to facilitate further harassment and likely search for blackmail material (no
luck for them there).
After the subpoena, I began noticing Security types in Tallahassee following me and photostalking me by March/April. Their license plates suggested Naval Security Group from Pensacola and
NSA Security personnel from Georgia (Augusta) and Texas (San Antonio). A quick check with the Leon
County Sheriffs Department, specifically Duty Officer deputy Canon, confirmed that NSA also had
personnel land at a private airport and deputies had escorted them the the Phipps property north of
Lake Jackson (near where I now live) for a secret exercise, just before the second round of stalking
harassment began. The sequence of events seems to have been for NSA Security to contact the Naval
Security Group in Pensacola, Florida (Headquartered at Ft. Meade, Maryland along with NSA) to initially
stalk and photograph me under ridiculous false pretenses until NSA could send its own Security
personnel to Tallahassee. Once there, under guise of authority, it appears that NSA enlisted the help of
the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) and its civilian group, InfraGard, made up of
civilians recruited from their Ride-Along programs. As usual, NSA personnel fabricated some big lie as
to why the civilians should actively and passively stalk and harass me, and despite quite obvious
questions about why laws and due process were to be completely suspended in my case, the group
eagerly jumped at the opportunity for hundreds to gang up on one person (for Federal money, I may
add).
Thus, under NSA tutelage and FDLE auspices, suddenly I was a cast-iron target, meaning
multiple people covered me wherever I was, whatever I did. Cars were even stationed near my home
overnight on rotating shifts, beeping to each other when changing shifts but also for my benefit. NSA
also sought out willing neighbors to augment their snooping and harassment efforts, which could be
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monitor short-distance transmissions) and car (to install and switch out vehicle GPS trackers to
facilitate car stalking and impeding as harassment. ) Those were the active participants, others not
assigned to me on a certain shift were ordered to quickly text in to a special site the big bad threat to
report my location and time I was there. People even snooped in my shopping carts to be able to tattle
to someone about what I was doing, what I was buying. (God help us, she bought bananas!!! Save the
children!).
This was annoying enough but I tried to ignore it because I thought NSA once again was going
for the usual See, shes paranoid, reporting harassment every day now just dismiss her lawsuit!
But I did report acts of harassment that caused physical damage such as hit and run,
purposely sideswiping my car, (This is exatly what happened to the PETTITIONER on May 9,
2016 enroute to MEDEXPRESS for pain medications) and botching the placement/removal of
a GPS tracker under my rear spoiler that destroy my spoiler. (They feared my mechanic
would find their tracker so they botched its removal the night before my appointment). I
even made fun of my stalkers when I could, using my hobby art shop on a popular internet
site to create bumper magnets making fun of them. After all, they were mostly nave,
unsophisticated boobs who desperately imagined that they were little James Bonds and that
the greatest existential threat to their country was a woman waiting for her lawsuit to be
decided, living in Tallahassee, walking her dogs, visiting friends.
In late November 2015, however, NSA apparently decided that I was not sufficiently
being intimidated by their civilian confederacy of dunces to back off my lawsuit to recover
my stolen salary and stolen retirement at the appropriate pay level. In 2009 I had
researched gang-stalking and discovered it was a real and growing phenomenon, but when
electrical harassment was mentioned, I could not really grasp the concept and wondered
about its existence. But I was to find out first hand in November 2015 that it does exist and
is a horrific crime against humanity.
NSA and its operatives started using small, mobile devices called Directed Energy
Weapons (DEWs) against me and my family in the night. These mobile weapons emit
multiple types of electrical emanations from ultrasonic, to microwaves modulated to radio
frequencies, to other kinds of wave variations I cant say I understand yet. Now, with the
help of certain mercenary and morally depraved neighbors, the effort is almost 24/7 now
with the intention being torture and slow-kill. These types of weapons over a lengthy time,
cause cancer, autoimmune disease, heart attacks, seizures, strokes, etc. It is the perfect
stealth murder weapon for a corrupt government.
At this point, when we leave the house, a criminal base of stalkers has been enlisted
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to speed up death, with the help of the InfraGard dimwits still texting in my location like
good little sheeple.
The Leon County Sheriffs Department as well as the Tallahassee Police Department
are dragging their feet, making excuses, denying any such thing exists, or insulting me when
I try to enlist their help to come up with a strategy to combat this new crime before I or
one of my family is dead. They cant quite grasp the fact that this is domestic terrorism and
nothing protects the police or any official from this new weapon held and wielded by
criminals. Yet, plenty of recruits in their ranks have experience using the mobile DEWs in
Iraq. It is very interesting to me that the Naval Security Group headquartered at Ft. Meade
with NSA, is also called the Silent Warriors because they specialize in the use of Directed
Energy Weapons. Im sure the Naval Security Group base in Pensacola has many on hand
and may have even gotten a request from NSA to borrow a few for their secret exercise in
Tallahassee.
Clearly, NSA is of the opinion that you do not have Constitutional Rights unless they
say you do. If they use this to get rid of an inconvenient lawsuit such as mine instead of
simply settling for a tenth of the cost of harassment, then they must feel confident they
can murder anyone, anywhere, for any reason and get away with itincluding any leader or
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There is no doubt that NSA is now run by sycophants and sociopaths

EXCLUSIVE: Former NSA Employee Speaks Out on its


Corruption Karen Stewart

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At the very least, for the past few months to a year it has become increasingly evident thatalthough
not allmany agencies of the US Federal government have become increasingly dirty, perverse and
corrupt and require a deep and thorough cleaning.
The US Secret Service has previously been exposed as including claims of involvement with
prostitutes, leaking sensitive information, publishing pornography, sexual assault, illegal wiretaps,
improper use of weapons and drunken behavior and the IRS was caught and admitted to denying
Obamas political enemies (aka TEA Party, Christians, religious Jews, conservatives) their Constitutional
rights while allowing progressive groups (aka Liberals, Leftists, Marxists, Maoists, Socialists,
Communists) theirs. Andlove him, hate him or fall somewhere in-betweenEdward Snowden shone a
very bright light on the unconstitutional domestic mega-spying of one of these clandestine agencies
the National Security Agency. Thus far, under Obamas increasingly iron rule, few-to-no members of
these agencies have even been indicted by Congress for their blatant crimes against the American
people.
The NSA appears to have begun as a patriotic organization that was geared toward protecting the USA
and its citizens. Whether or not that was its original intended purpose is a subject for discussion and
speculation. However, portions of the NSA seem to have devolved into something very sinister. Todays
interview will concentrate on this agency.

NSA Analyst. Due to a number of substantive reasons, this former Analysts identity cannot be divulged
at this time and will be referred to as W. I have, however, confirmed this individuals prior employment
and credentials via a well-known NSA Whistleblower. The information disseminated to me, amongst
other things tells a sordid story of corruption and how employees are silenced into submissionvia fear
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The Interview
Sher:Thanks so much for being with me, today, in order to provide essential additional information to
the public on how many of their tax dollars are really being spent. You were employed by the NSA for
over two decades. Would you tell the readers what initially attracted you to the agency as well as how it
has deteriorated over time?

Karen Stewart: Like many people from families with a strong history of serving our country, coming
out of college, I looked to find a way to best utilize my particular interests and talents in service to my
fellow Americans. The mission of the NSA it seemed to me, was to stop threats coming to our shores.
Its charter clearly targeted foreign nationals on foreign soil who did or could intend us harm. That
appealed to me as a righteous endeavor and honorable tack for my life to take.
Sher: Youve shared with me how the NSA deals with its employees who bring legitimate complaints to
their superiors. How thoroughly intimidating and threatening are their behaviors toward those who balk
at their adverse treatment? Would you give a few examples?

Karen Stewart: Apparently the nature of NSA Security degenerated under General Michael Hayden,
the previous Director of NSA (DIRNSA), who promoted a very questionable mid-level Security manager
to a power position within Security. Hayden had originally been tasked to eviscerate NSA since a very
shallow and short-sighted Congress believed that the fall of the Iron Curtain meant no danger existed
anywhere anymore that required the existence of a robust NSA presence. There evolved, under him, a
gratuitously vicious bully mindset that employees were to be intimidated at any opportunity not only to
drive them out of NSA but to cut back on people reporting problems that made NSA look bad, especially
problems involving upper management.
Under Hayden and his successor, General Keith Alexander, the filing of complaints to or requests for
investigations by the NSA EEO or the OIG (Office of the Inspector General) were often inexplicably
blown off despite adequate evidence or the presence of willing witnesses. Then the person who had
filed the complaint would be subjected to an out of cycle reinvestigation interview with Security as
well as polygraph exam, wherein the tone of the Security person was not neutralas it should bebut,
hostile with far-fetched or even ridiculous non-issues presented as potentially problematic. This was a
Security shot across the bow to warn the person that he had crossed the line by filing the complaint. If
he pursued the complaint, Security would lean on his managers to heavily discourage him from doing
what he thought was proper and was indeed a protected action under the law. If he persisted, did his
own amateur investigation, or told coworkers about the situation, he might be called down to Security
multiple times and accused of being paranoid and delusional based on his complaint, and his job
threatened.
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severe the reaction by Security. In cases of egregious wrong-doing by a manager, Security would
review the personnel files, medical files, and financial statements to find anything they could use to
threaten or blackmail him with, or pretend to misinterpret some tidbit of information as something it
was not.
Some people were forced to sign admissions of guilt of preposterous misinterpretations of facts in order
to keep their jobs, thereby killing their credibility and complaint. When nothing was found in such files
that could be used, a false accusation of espionage or leaking classified materials ginned up by Security,
was used to justify a Security intrusion into the persons home to search for blackmail material, further
assess the interests and personality of the targeted individual (TI), and plant bugs and abscond with an
extra set of keys for further intrusions. The more the person objected to being bullied, the more heavyhanded Security became, insisting that hostility toward them indicated wrong-doing on the TIs part.
Thus the TI would become harried and harassed for a crime he never committed, if it ever
even was committed, and to repeated accusations by Security Psych services of a nonexistent mental illness, more than adequately supported by years of internal, psychological
evaluations stating he was mentally sound (Paranoia with delusions is rare and certainly
never occurs overnight, but that does not deter a Security psychologist attack dog, whose
favorite mode of attack employs reference to this malady).
The more a person stood his ground, the more personal it became to Security, which then
became dedicated to the personal destruction of the TI. Under the pretext of the fake
accusation of espionage or leaking classified information, Security would slander the
individual with his coworkers, work friends and managers to isolate him and apply yet more
pressure. Many backed away from supporting the TI in fear for their careers and maybe even
freedom. Certainly this sent a message to the workforce in the TIs area that NSA Security
was at its essence, a rogue, unaccountable and psychotic entity that was to be greatly
feared.
Once NSA Security had decided upon the removal of the TI for failing to be sufficiently
cowed, then false evidence was given to the FBI liaisons assigned to NSA. This would
engender a fraudulent FISA warrant, which loosed FBI surveillance and investigators upon
the person for a few weeks or months, further slandering him to his work and social circles
and thereby putting pressure on him by their constant presence. When the FBI would find no
basis for the accusation, they would drop the case and move on. However, at that point,
Security would send in their own personnel sans warrant, to overtly stalk and harass the TI ,
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hostile civilians convinced the TI is an enemy of the state, based


on baseless Security slander.
Intrusions would be made into his home to remove gathered evidence or
move things around as a psychological ploy and his car would be secretly
GPSd to facilitate vehicular stalking and aggressive driving games. There
have even been reports of pet murders by poisoning as an escalation of the
harassment with the inferred threat that perhaps it could be the TIs child or
himself next. The harassment is essentially elevated until the TI either
breaks and assaults a harasser or complains to Security about the insane
and sadistic, not to mention criminal way in which he is being mistreated.
This is what Security planned for and is ready to jump on as their
springboard to terminating his employment.
His security clearance is immediately pulled, he is warehoused in a menial job until adequate paperwork
and a back-story can be fabricated or forged to falsely present a termination due to mental instability or
illness, and the person is fired. Of course there is an appeals process, but it is thoroughly corrupted. No
matter how much evidence supports the victim and how little supports NSA, NSA always wins these
cases where it is clear the person was targeted for dismissal. Of course, this does nothing but embolden
more degenerate or criminal behavior while making it clear that the person reporting evil will be
considered the problem, and that in reality no labor laws or whistle protection laws can actually protect
an NSA employee, because real watch dog entities dont exist within NSA and state and Federal
authorities routinely turn a blind eye to the reported abuses even as they become more criminal and
seditious.
I shake my head at sycophant, disingenuous politicians who claim Edward Snowden could have or
should have gone through proper internal authorities to report the abuses and criminal acts being
committed within NSA. Would that be to the thoroughly corrupted, attack dog-watch dog entities, or the
thoroughly oblivious or compromised politicians responsible for oversight who are in fact, in the NSAs
pocket due to bribery, blackmail or stupidity?
Sher: The NSA seems to suffer from the some of the same maladies as did the recent outing of the
Secret Service. Without becoming too specific, would you give us a general idea as to advancement for
sexual favors that have occurred within the agency? How defeating is that to employees who are simply
working to protect the country while their bosses are indulging in sexual liaisons with lower level
employees?

Karen Stewart: In my career, promotions were always hard to come by, meted out perhaps every
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five years if you were a good or exceptional worker, but male managers discovered that they held the
keys to paradise in regard to attractive or even acceptable women willing to take shortcuts. These
were the women who would make promotions in stunningly rapid succession with little to no
accomplishments - of their own, that is. While others killed themselves with years of grueling shift work
or even multiple dangerous foreign assignments only to find themselves evaluated as a 3.6 on a scale
of 5, when an attractive, morally loose recent college graduate would receive a 4.8 for essentially
alphabetizing a shelf of reference books her first 6 months on the job. This made many, many people
bitter and certainly sent the wrong signal to the hardest workers and the most talented. Though many
stopped being as dedicated to their jobs, others did indeed press ahead and worked tirelessly knowing
their reward was the mission accomplished and not likely appropriate recognition. Capable men
despaired of receiving deserved promotions and women almost feared being promoted for exceptional
work, fearing they would be assumed to be one of the typically incapable promotion bimbos among the
bloated management. Expertise and knowledge became commodities to guard and not share with new
workers, fearing you would not reap the benefits of your own work. This of course created a situation
where expertise and insight must be gained and regained from scratch, losing precious time training up
area or target experts to the detriment of the mission.
It was very discouraging to see immature or degenerate bosses spending their time flirting and chasing
skirts, the very same people who were charged with competently reviewing your work, (keeping
apprised of the big picture so people felt free to specialize their research), and whose responsibility it
was to accurately and honestly represent their people before promotion boards. But the atmosphere of
secrecy, the strict laws about divulging names of NSA employees or anything that occurred there,
emboldened certain men to believe that their wives and families would never know of their
indiscretions, and turned work time into play time for them. And now apparently young males are also
being pursued as sexual toys. One has to wonder what is being missed in the realm of highly perishable
intelligence leads by distracted managerial incompetents.
Sher: As an additional example of NSA intimidation, one of the things youd said may be shared is your
experience with the 3 Amigos. Would you tell us about them?

Karen Stewart:There were three eccentric looking older males who were often seen in the NSA OPS1
cafeteria together, whom we also got to know by word of mouth, as master electricians well-versed in
computer science. They were nicknamed by some in the analyst field as Rasputin, Santa, and Choo
Choo or the engineer, due to their highly unusual appearances and dress. One eye witness being
harassed on yet another NSA Security retaliatory witch hunt, reported seeing one of these men at her
home, on her property, when she discovered indications that her home had been broken into, her cable
box broken into, and her phone hacked, leaving tell-tale clicking sounds at regular intervals whenever
she used her phone. Any phone tap done by warrant is done at the carriers hub under their auspices
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somewhere he should not have been, but recognized him by his highly unusual appearance from work.
When she attempted to look him up in the NSA data base by career specialty, she found that what
should have been his photo, which should have been a source of pride since he was of the rank to be a
Flag Badger (Manager whose rank is senior enough to garner a photo with the American flag in the
background), was instead a photo of a desert animal called a Meercat indicating that he wanted his
identity hidden from the general NSA population.
Sher: With regards to many who have said that the NSAs collection of meta-data on all forms of
communication between legal citizens of the USA is unconstitutional, also indicated is the fact that not
one terrorist act has been stopped by said collection. It appears good old-fashioned police work is what
still gets the perp. In your opinion, is this accurate?

Karen Stewart: I think it is indeed true that the meta data collection ruse within the USA distracts
from tried and true research and investigation, which the latter method apparently DID INDEED
uncover the 9/11 plot months before it happened, well in time to have prevented it, according to two
separate analysts with whom I have spoken, one just two days after 9/11 as he broke down and
sobbed his heart out, repeating We could have saved them! We could have saved them! But they
wouldnt let us report it!, and the other several years later, who maintained the same story of being
threatened and forbidden to report any warning about 9/11, then being harassed and fired for a nonexistent mentally illness. However, it is a good means to track your political enemies and detractors and
their affiliates within the US - for future reference? It would appear much more for the self-preservation
and expansion of NSA as the ubiquitous Orwellian Big Brother than for the protection of the USA. With
the power the NSA wields, it could easily influence border control issues and immigration issues to
make us not as susceptible to terrorist intrusions and infiltrations, but that would undermine their
power grab and expansion within the US, something never intended at NSAs creation - and for good
reason.
Sher:As a former long time employee of the NSA, what do you believeif anythingcan be done to
correct the problems within the agency?

Karen Stewart:There is no doubt that NSA is now run by those sycophants and sociopaths who are
the least desirable to have in any position of such sensitivity and trust and are purging NSA ranks of
people with integrity. Compromising activity that would rightfully cost you your clearance, is now
viewed as intrinsic perks of the job once you reach a certain pay grade. These lesser leaders have
turned NSA into an American Gestapo Wanna-Be agency. NSA lost its way with non-serious super grade
playboys not mature enough for the responsibility of the job of managing and directing NSA,
compounding the problem by promoting sycophants to protect their backs as well as lightweights with
whom to have sexcapades behind office doors, but in that group also has risen opportunistic
sociopaths and psychopaths attracted to more and more power, any way they can get it, and by
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nature of the NSA from watchman to the American people to jack booted prison guard.
If the Legislative Branch is possessed of anyone with the least bit of courage and common sense, they
would demand super clearances for those on the Intelligence Oversight Committees so that years or
decades of abusive behaviors, kingdom building, or even crimes can not continually be swept under the
rug by telling these particular politicians, You dont have the need to know, just trust us. Obviously,
they cannot be trusted. An appointment to that Committee would of course have to become much more
exclusive, requiring a thorough vetting as any job with a Top Secret clearance should. But to deal with
the toxic management at NSA now, I would require every Flag Badger and Security manager to account
for himself and what he adds to the mission. If he is pork, retire him or require him to laterally transfer
to another agency. Before that however, I would require that every single Flag Badger and every
Security group manager take a polygraph by non-NSA affiliated or non-NSA sympathetic sources to
account for the millions of dollars wasted on their vicious and illegal war on NSA employees who
dutifully report fraud, waste, abuse as well as sexual predation and treason. Those who are found to be
guilty of such things as falsifying accusations against innocent employees; fabricating false witnesses
and evidence; engaging in illegal acts of breaking and entering; falsifying FISA warrant justifications;
lying to the FBI about a targeted victims criminality; falsifying psychological assessments; subverting
lie detector exams by screaming at the targeted subject during or just before the exam to create false
impressions of guilt; hiding or destroying exonerating evidence supporting their victims claims;
intimidating or roughing up witnesses; coordinating or participating in criminal stalking and harassment
activities, illegal break-ins, illegal wire taps, organizing and paying civilian groups under the table to
augment harassment of targeted employees, and lastly, conspiring to effect or cover up any or all of
these actions. And any NSA employee in that group who pleads the 5th, should be fired and stripped of
his retirement since this type of betrayal rots a country from within. NSA must be recreated, and
returned to the stated task in their founding charter of focusing on foreign enemies overseas.
Sher: W, so much of the information youve provided is truly astounding! Thanks so much for being
with us today and I hope youll be available for another should ongoing events require one.
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Sher Zieve is an author and political commentator. Zieves op-ed columns are widely carried by multiple
internet journals and sites, and she also writes hard news. Her columns have also appeared in The
Oregon Herald, Dallas Times, Sacramento Sun, in international news publications, and on multiple
university websites. Sher is also a guest on multiple national radio shows.

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1NSA Whistleblower Comes Out of the Shadows Into the Light Karen Stewarty

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In February, 2014 I published an interview of an NSA Whistleblower. This is a follow-up to that column.
Due to recent threats to her person and other exigent circumstances, the Whistleblower has decided to
come out of the shadows and into the light. I am honored that she again chose me to write her story.

Her name is Karen Stewart Karen Stewart


BIO
Education

Freshman year - Schiller College, Strasbourg, Fr.


Sophomore - Senior years, graduated from Florida State University (79)
BS in German Language and a minor or co-major equivalent in fine art

Work History: 1982-2010 NSA (National Security Agency


Underwent initial retraining from 1982 - 83, on the job training to become a linguist in a needed foreign
language (chosen to train in depth in Russian since my college major, German was not in demand but I
had also studied Russian and French with good results).
Worked

various

projects

over

the

years,

not

just

USSR/Russia,

but

various

countries

researching/reporting on foreign military status and alliances, weapons development and proliferation,
the Chernobyl disaster and aftermath, the fall of the Iron Curtain and changing relations among newly
liberated countries, economic and diplomatic developments of certain target countries. I researched and
wrote a series of intelligence reports in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom that kept secret Russian
countermeasures sold to Iraq from wreaking havoc on the American invasion. This ultimately is what
got me fired because I questioned why my work was used to promote another employee who had no
experience with but, was credited with my work.

Note...Due to the Top Secret nature of the work, the above summary is slightly vague, by design.

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The Interview
Sher: Karen, thanks for taking the time to speak with me and its so good to have you back and this
time under your name! As a Whistleblower, what finally made you decide to come out from the
shadows?
Karen: I always intended to link my name with my story because it is a story that needs to be told, but
since I have a lawsuit against NSA (technically an appeal of an unlawful, employer action, i.e. my
termination at the 28 point year of my career for trying to request an investigation by the NSA
Inspector General), sitting under a gag order demanded by NSA, on the docket at the Equal
Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) in Baltimore, I could not do so without risking the
adjudication going against me for that reason alone. However, in 2015 NSA Security made the decision
to yet again engage in a massive slander campaign against me in my new location, thus breaking its
own gag order so I feel no compunction to be held to a standard required by the EEOC judge at NSAs
request that NSA itself clearly holds in utter contempt.
Sher: Since we last talked, a lot has happened with you. You have refused to drop your discrimination
lawsuit against the NSA and have shared with me that the agency has stepped up its efforts against
youpersonally.
Youre now being stalked by what appear to be NSA operatives. Is that correct? As you reported to me
they, also, seem to be using electronic emanation technology to both stop and damage you. I believe
former NSA employee and Whistleblower Russel Tice reported on this, also. This is really deep dark
side information. Would you tell the readers what theyre doing to you, [possibly] others and why?
Karen: First of all, the case STEWART V. NSA is a righteous lawsuit, (brought in 2010) meaning it is a
clear case of employer abuse of power and position to an egregious and even premeditated criminal
level meant to circumvent whistleblower protection laws like the No Fear Act. Simply put, I asked the
NSA Inspector General (IG) to investigate why my award-winning intelligence report series supporting
Operation Iraqi Freedom (2003) was used to promote an entirely different woman twice (2004 & 2005)
one who had nothing to do with my reports whatsoever, and was a known incompetent, but had
methodically sexually compromised many of the male managers within the Weapons & Space (W&S)
Directorate. Instead of following correct procedure, the IG and NSA Security decided to cover up the
infraction by attacking me. Threats were made to paint my complaint as paranoid and to fire me for a
non-existent mental illness if I did not drop my effort to get credit for and the promotion for my own
work, given to the wrong woman. These threats quickly took shape as false accusations against me by
the guilty personnel obviously coached by Security, manifested with stalking harassment masquerading
as an investigation by NSA Security goons from 2006-2009. In late 2010, despite all evidence
showing my innocence from ridiculous and impossible charges, I was fired by an NSA Kangaroo court
with a predetermined agenda. My EEOC appeal (lawsuit) had been accepted for adjudication and the
judge had ordered no adverse action until its adjudication but NSA ignored his orders.

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I moved from Columbia, Maryland back to my familys hometown of Tallahassee, Florida in 2011. All
was quiet until February 2015 when I instructed the law firm I had hired to subpoena evidence from the
Maryland Department of Motor Vehicles identifying a burglar (a now retired NSA Executive) who had
broken into my home very shortly after I had tried to make my 2006 Inspector General request for an
investigation, and stolen extra house, car, and mail keys as well as illegally bugging (burst bug) our
home and phone/internet to facilitate further harassment and likely search for blackmail material (no
luck for them there).
After the subpoena, I began noticing Security types in Tallahassee following me and photo-stalking me
by March/April. Their license plates suggested Naval Security Group from Pensacola and NSA Security
personnel from Georgia (Augusta) and Texas (San Antonio). A quick check with the Leon County
Sheriffs Department, specifically Duty Officer deputy Canon, confirmed that NSA also had personnel
land at a private airport and deputies had escorted them the the Phipps property north of Lake Jackson
(near where I now live) for a secret exercise, just before the second round of stalking harassment
began. The sequence of events seems to have been for NSA Security to contact the Naval Security
Group in Pensacola, Florida (Headquartered at Ft. Meade, Maryland along with NSA) to initially stalk
and photograph me under ridiculous false pretenses until NSA could send its own Security personnel to
Tallahassee. Once there, under guise of authority, it appears that NSA enlisted the help of the Florida
Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) and its civilian group, InfraGard, made up of civilians
recruited from their Ride-Along programs. As usual, NSA personnel fabricated some big lie as to why
the civilians should actively and passively stalk and harass me, and despite quite obvious questions
about why laws and due process were to be completely suspended in my case, the group eagerly
jumped at the opportunity for hundreds to gang up on one person (for Federal money, I may add).
Thus, under NSA tutelage and FDLE auspices, suddenly I was a cast-iron target, meaning multiple
people covered me wherever I was, whatever I did. Cars were even stationed near my home overnight
on rotating shifts, beeping to each other when changing shifts but also for my benefit. NSA also sought
out willing neighbors to augment their snooping and harassment efforts, which could be anything from
hosting an NSA Security goon for accessibility to my property, both home (to bug and monitor shortdistance transmissions) and car (to install and switch out vehicle GPS trackers to facilitate car stalking
and impeding as harassment. ) Those were the active participants, others not assigned to me on a
certain shift were ordered to quickly text in to a special site the big bad threat to report my location
and time I was there. People even snooped in my shopping carts to be able to tattle to someone about
what I was doing, what I was buying. (God help us, she bought bananas!!! Save the children!).
This was annoying enough but I tried to ignore it because I thought NSA once again was going for the
usual See, shes paranoid, reporting harassment every day now just dismiss her lawsuit! But I did
report acts of harassment that caused physical damage such as hit and run, purposely sideswiping my
car, and botching the placement/removal of a GPS tracker under my rear spoiler that destroy my
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my appointment). I even made fun of my stalkers when I could, using my hobby art shop on a popular
internet site to create bumper magnets making fun of them. After all, they were mostly nave,
unsophisticated boobs who desperately imagined that they were little James Bonds and that the
greatest existential threat to their country was a woman waiting for her lawsuit to be decided, living in
Tallahassee, walking her dogs, visiting friends.

In late November 2015, however, NSA apparently decided that I was not sufficiently
being intimidated by their civilian confederacy of dunces to back off my lawsuit to
recover my stolen salary and stolen retirement at the appropriate pay level. In 2009
I had researched gang-stalking and discovered it was a real and growing
phenomenon, but when electrical harassment was mentioned, I could not really
grasp the concept and wondered about its existence. But I was to find out first hand
in November 2015 that it does exist and is a horrific crime against humanity.

NSA and its operatives started using small, mobile devices called Directed Energy
Weapons (DEWs) against me and my family in the night. These mobile weapons
emit multiple types of electrical emanations from ultrasonic, to microwaves
modulated to radio frequencies, to other kinds of wave variations I cant say I
understand yet. Now, with the help of certain mercenary and morally depraved
neighbors, the effort is almost 24/7 now with the intention being torture and slowkill. These types of weapons over a lengthy time, cause cancer, autoimmune
disease, heart attacks, seizures, strokes, etc. It is the perfect stealth murder
weapon for a corrupt government. At this point, when we leave the house, a
criminal base of stalkers has been enlisted by NSA to follow us and aim the DEWs at
us wherever feasible to increase exposure in order to speed up death, with the help
of the InfraGard dimwits still texting in my location like good little sheeple.
The Leon County Sheriffs Department as well as the Tallahassee Police Department are dragging their
feet, making excuses, denying any such thing exists, or insulting me when I try to enlist their help to
come up with a strategy to combat this new crime before I or one of my family is dead. They cant
quite grasp the fact that this is domestic terrorism and nothing protects the police or any official from
this new weapon held and wielded by criminals. Yet, plenty of recruits in their ranks have experience
using the mobile DEWs in Iraq. It is very interesting to me that the Naval Security Group headquartered
at Ft. Meade with NSA, is also called the Silent Warriors because they specialize in the use of Directed
Energy Weapons. Im sure the Naval Security Group base in Pensacola has many on hand and may
have even gotten a request from NSA to borrow a few for their secret exercise in Tallahassee.
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use this to get rid of an inconvenient lawsuit such as mine instead of simply settling for a tenth of the
cost of harassment, then they must feel confident they can murder anyone, anywhere, for any reason
and get away with itincluding any leader or politician.
Sher: Why in the world do you think the NSA simply didnt settle the suit? With all of the
documentation you have, it seems that they are guilty of the discrimination and could have spent far
less of the taxpayers money to simply pay you off and make it go away. They would, also, have
avoided this coming out into the open. Are they that arrogant and Narcissistic?
Karen: This has truly NEVER made any sense to me or any of my friends, even those who worked at
NSA. NSA could have investigated, claimed a mistake had been made and retroactively promoted me
without even addressing the unethical behavior of W&S personnel. Instead, the IG refused to
investigate, illegally of course, but I could not have made him do his job. Plus, the guilty were
instructed to blame me for what turned out to be the first leak by ex-NSA executive Thomas Drake,
despite the fact that I had no access to, knowledge of or training in the type of material he leaked
(computer technology) and he was identified as the source of that leak six months before I was fired.
The polygraph section of Security actively tried to sabotage my polygraph exams in response to the
false counter-accusation by inappropriately screaming and threatening me, making it impossible to pass
a polygraph, which ruined my first polygraph in this regard though I passed the next two of the three
given in reaction to the false accusation.
The EEOC is capped at $300,000 actual damages, no punitive allowed. My intention was to get the lost
difference in my wages as a GS-12 when I should have been a GS-14, and to get the appropriate level
of retirement. Yet, clearly, NSA has spent millions organizing and paying civilians (and greasing the
palms of crooked law enforcement) to harass, bully, intimidate,and quite obviously viciously slander
me.
Do they engage in such psychopathic behavior because they can? Because they simply have no real
oversight? The operational head of NSA Security is indeed rumored far and wide to be an actual
psychopath who is obsessed with paintings of Dantes Inferno.
A coworker who worked in NSA Human Resources says she remembered when the resumes of
inappropriate people (criminals, perverts, mentally unstable) were automatically thrown away but
suddenly when General Hayden, a former NSA Director, promoted this particular man, the resumes of
thieves, moral degenerates, etc., were then coveted by Security. She said that she was so upset that
she had to find a different job. I did read an opinion on the Anti-polygraph site that NSA Security
leadership, and hence all of Security in essence, could be said to suffer from Dark Triad personality
disorder, which is a dangerous combination of such things as (malignant) narcissism, sociopathy, etc.
Their egos are such that they are obsessed with winning at all costseven fighting to keep a known
false accusation from being proven false by their victim, because they exist in their own projected
narrative. They exist in their own lies and cannot stand being exposed. This means they follow their
own agendas. What is good for NSA Security leadership, even at the cost of NSA or the USA. Their

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allegiances are to themselves. This has made me wonder, of late, if the woman who Security protected
instead of reprimanding or firing for sexually compromising W&S management was not a Security plant,
meant to do just that. And, in so doing, was NSA Security procuring a means to blackmail these
managers for themselves or another entity, perhaps foreign?
Sher: You have multiple photos and even drawings youve made of you stalkers. Youve also indicated
to me that the NSA has been in touch with your local law enforcement. Said law enforcement is siding
with the NSA against youa private citizen. What do your attorneys have to say about these?
Karen: At the beginning of my search for a law firm to take my case, Melville Johnson PC informed me
that I had potentially two cases, in 2009, an employment law case and a criminal case. I could only
afford to pursue the employment case since I was facing illegal termination on false pretenses within a
few months. While my lawyers have recorded the information about the new assault campaign by NSA
in Florida, thus far their pleas with the EEOC for some kind of response because their client is now in
physical danger have been completely ignored.
What has been going on in Florida is entirely criminal and could be a separate lawsuit, to even include
law enforcement in regard to their depraved negligenceif not complicity. But, at the moment, I am
concerned with surviving the relentless Directed Energy Weapons assaults. If I do not, then my family
will have to consider a wrongful death lawsuit against NSA, FBI (that refuse to get involved because
NSA is involved), and the FDLE, the TPD and Leon County Sheriffs Department as well as certain
complicit neighbors accepting a new riding mower or new carpeting in exchange for helping NSA
murder an inconvenient person who actually thought she had any Constitutional, human, or Civil
Rights.
Sher: With regards to your lawsuit, what are your current plans?
Karen: Good question. Reporting and recording the new barrage of assaults has whittled deeply into
my retainer. This was hard enough to maintain after spending about $110,000, thus far, and often
countering ridiculous and frivolous legal shenanigans by NSA to waste my money. With an outrageously
unresponsive EEOC, which may indeed be a complete and obscene sham for show, one wonders why
continue with the pretense that we exist as a nation of laws? Clearly, we do not.
The government has no desire for a level playing field to impede its quest for complete tyranny. We are
now a nation of wolves and sheeple. Im sure that after getting wind of this article, NSA will come to
the EEOC with big crocodile tears claiming they need to win by default because I broke the gag order
after they themselves spent millions, bald-faced lying to thousands of civilians, law enforcement and
(apparently) the FBI about me, invoking National Security Letters to swear them to secrecy and to hide
the true nature of their faux secret exercise in Tallahasseei.e., enticing a foolish community to stalk,
harass and commit murder for Big Brother.
But, God forbid the victim would speak out!
It truly sickens me that I spent my career trying to protect and serve my fellow Americans when not
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the stalkers have even been Iraqi War veteranssome of whom might not have returned alive without
my reports.
I cant think a lot about the lawsuit with each nocturnal assault leaving me wondering if I or one of my
family will not wake up tomorrow. Im sentenced to death for being a patriot. What a country. I read
Psalm 91 & 94 nightly, praying God will want to erase this growing evil from our country. But, I also
remember that Ruth Graham said a while ago, if God doesnt judge America, Hell have to apologize to
Sodom and Gomorrah.
Americans are just not the people they and we used to be and, therefore, our leaders are either
apathetic cowards who tolerate evil or potentially monsters like NSA Securitywho show that they can
be and are not responsible to anyone but themselves.
Is NSA Security even able to be reined in anymore? Or would any potential leader be found dead of a
microwave induced heart attack if he tried to? Someone ought to care but I may not be around long
enough to see it.
Sher: Thanks you so much for all youve done and I sincerely hope and pray youre wrong, Karen. Its
individuals like you who founded the United States of America on Godly principles and an unwavering
sense of ethics.
*Karen may be contacted for interviews at kams56@ME.com

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Greg Szymanskis Interview


With Julianne McKinney
Microwave Harassment and Mind Control
Transcribed for Advanced Media Group,
05/28/16

This interview contains information from Julianne McKinneys book Microwave Harassment and
Mind Control Experimentation, 1992, as well as current conditions world-wide. Years of
interviews turned Gregg Szymanski from skeptic to believer in the secret world of electronic
harassment, as harassment against Julianne McKinney has turned potentially lethal. They are
taking a stand to help TIs, Targeted Individuals, many civilians, escape this cruel harassment.

Julianne: Okay. I have seen evidence of a closed circuit TV and it seems to be some form of major
source of entertainment and perhaps instruction for the individuals participating in this harassment. I
dont know who runs it. I have seen aspects of that on a large screen TV across the street on which I
saw surveillance films of a TI being harassed, obviously, in an office environment. Gang stalked. Shows
brain scans and is otherwise a very sophisticated, sleek, communications operation. Why would it be
used? As I said either for entertainment, for creating a sense of unity, or for identifying persons, TIs,
who are to be harassed on the street. I mean, obviously you cant harass someone if you dont know
what that person looks like. So its a means of communicating to the perpetrators, perps, what the TI
looks like.

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TRANSCRIPT OF GREG SZYMANSKIS INTERVIEW WITH JULIANNE MCKINNEY


ON MICROWAVE HARASSMENT AND MIND CONTROL
Published May 28, 2016
Greg Szymanski:

(Also) I have a guest whos never given a radio interview before. Her name is

Julianne McKinney. For those of you who dont know who she is, she is an expert in electronic
harassment and surveillanceformer military background. And those of you who have followed this
story on my show, many may know who she is and the importance she has in this field.
Were just going to lay some very solid credibility to what weve been talking about. So this interviews
quite important and I want you to remember that, as we go along, shes a very, very well-read person.
Were gonna get to that in a minute. The problem on the use of electronic weaponry on a person was
when I was working in a law office. The law office I was working for severaloh a number of years ago,
the law office I worked for prided in taking cases that were difficult. And I listened to a person tell me
about the facts regarding the use of electronic weaponry. And I had a discussion with somebody else at
the law firm and we came to this conclusion causation causation causation Greg, remember that
element. Its going to be awfully difficult to link whats happening to the person. The injuries they were
alleging, to actually the person, or the defendants, that were doing it.
So it was a case, Ill be very honest with you, that I was very skeptical over. But, as a journalist, I
started to interview a number of people, and I would like to say that this issue, after a number of years,
has come up to one of the top of my list as a problem in this country.
I talked to hundreds of people all around the country that are experiencing things that are just
unbelievable. And from a standpoint of the law, you want to get justice for these people. You hate to
see their lives destroyed, and you hate to see what happens, to a person thats been harassed. But the
biggest problem is its very difficult to pinpoint whats going on.
I have a guest today who is an expert in this field. You, the public, may not know who she is. But those
of you who have been targeted and listen to my show know very well. Shes never been interviewed
before and I feel honored that shes here. Her name is Julianne McKinney. Shes had an extensive
career in the US Army as an Area Intelligence Case Officer till 1990.
Upon her return to civilian life Julianne became a member of the Association of National Security
Alumni. That is an organization of former intelligence officers dedicated to exposing excesses by the US
Intelligence Services. Julianne became the director of the Electronic Surveillance Project under their
auspices

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Experimentation in 1991. She kept that electronic surveillance project going for four years, funding it
with her own personal funds, obtained by her military benefits and pay.

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Julianne did not copy write her work and it is out in the public domain for the public good. Microwave
Harassment and Mind Control Experimentation, the public has taken her hard copy publication and
uploaded it to several thousand domain sites over the past 15 years. It is respected as one of the most
important publications on this subject. And with that, Id like to say hello, Ms. McKinney, how are you
today?
Julianne McKinney: Please dont call me Ms. McKinney (laugh).
Greg: Okay, can I say Julianne?
Julianne: Yes, Julianne.
Greg: Now, youre an expert in surveillance and electronic harassment. The first question I have is
that, in your observation, is there a wider scale of surveillance of average people, people with no threat
to national security, in your estimation?
Julianne: I would say that most of us targeted are not, and never have been, a threat. I think that
what happened initially, when these operations began probably 30 years, ago people were singled out,
perhaps, because of some affiliation, either direct or indirect, with the United States government, and
invited attention. But they were not singled out as being a threat; they were singled out as being
lucrative targets of experimentation.
In the past 15 years, since shutting down the Electronic Surveillance Project, primarily to seek
employment, which I did seek, and did obtain, I had occasion to observe many, many, many instances
of individuals in the corporate environment being singled out and targeted simply because they were
convenient targets of opportunity. And, I have to comment on something I heard you say
Greg: Okay
Julianne:

Early on you referred to the difficulty of establishing causation in order to pursue these

claims.
Greg: That, I might add, that was made is a legal sense, based on the fact that we were nave people,
not really understand I have to be honest with youI had not understood the problem back then,
and felt it would be a difficult problem, based on the fact of how the crime was committed and knowing
how to pin that crime on someone. Go ahead.
Julianne: I understand the legal implications, certainly. There is enough literature, on the internet and
elsewhere, that establishes the existence of these weapon systems. To pinpoint, for purposes of
prosecution, to pinpoint their existence would be difficult and the position I take is that rather than
pinpoint for prosecution purposes, easy enough to single them out by electronic means to destroy
them. But I guess thats taking the matter a little far left field.
I think, frankly, we still face, until congress establishes laws that forbid the use of these technologies
for involuntary experimental purposes, that were going to get absolutely nowhere in attempting to
prosecute.
Greg:

Okay, listen, I need to take a break Julianne. And well be back in three minutes on the

Investigative Journal.

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Julianne: Okay.
Greg:

Okay, back for the second half hour. My guest is Julianne McKinney. Shes an expert on

surveillance and electronic harassment. And Julianne, I gave you an introduction at the beginning of the
show.
Julianne: Yes
Greg:

A brief introduction. But I think our listeners would like to know your background and why

youre qualified to make these statements. I think its important.


Julianne: Okay.
Greg: If you could do that for us.
Julianne: Well, I would take exception to the term expert in these weapons systems.
Greg: Okay.
Julianne:

I certainly have had experience with them, having, for approximately the past 40 years,

been on the receiving end of this type of harassment. Expertise in surveillance comes with my
employment in the intelligence field. I understand what constitutes surveillance and am capable of
immediately spotting the surveillance and I can see, as in the case of gang stalking, a subject that you
have addressed on prior occasions. I can see those who I label as covert want-to-bes fumbling through
what they think are covert activities and Id find it really rather amusing if it werent so perverted in the
ultimate objective.
Im not certain what more I can add. I do have experience with these weapon systems. Ive had
sufficient opportunity over these past many years to observe the progressive threat of these
harassment operations. And Im talking specifically about electronic weapon systems.
Greg: Well, youve been a voice - I mean a strong voice - for warning people of these systems for at
least the past 10 years regarding the installation of specialized electronic equipment and utilities. What
are these electronics and what are their capabilities?
Julianne:

Their capabilities, generally, are to inflict pain in a highly focused fashion, and to alter

mental states. Certainly, when you have a frequency aimed at your brain, your mental functions tend to
alter. In amplified form, theyre sufficient, the frequencies are. They have the capacity to kill. Though
thats one reason the department of defense refers to them as less than lethal rather than nonlethal weapons. As a matter of fact, the Department of Defense has gone so far to eliminate them, to
remove them from the category of even less than lethal weapons to bury them in the category of
electronic weapons trying to make them a little bit blacker.
Greg:

Now is this protocol of surveillance and harassment seemingly patterned after a government

protocol now applied to the general civilian population?


Julianne:

Its difficult to pinpoint everything on the US government exclusively because these are

global operations.
Greg: Okay.
Julianne:

The pattern the protocols, are virtually identical on a global scale so someone is

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overseeing the entire activity. The government obviously is complicent because otherwise these
operations would not be allowed to exist. Why? Its hard to say. Whether its for testing electronic
weapon systems for future use under combat conditions or whether ultimately there's a holocaust. (nointelligible) Its hard to say.
Greg:

Well, you know what I find interesting.how people who arent aware of this problem cant

believe its happening to begin with. And I try to mentionI have run stories about the Duplessis
Orphans. Its a program thats been verified, that the government actually used money in Canada and
the United States to do medical testing on children, on adults. Ive talked to people on the POW issue,
one Dr. Joe Douglas, who has documented how, that our government has done allowed foreign
governments to do illegal experimentation on POWs. So why would people think that they wouldnt
allow it on just average citizens? Just in your mind. Do you have an answer for people?
Julianne: Why wouldnt they allow it?
Greg: Yeah, my thing is that they do it, theyre doing it. But some people that deny it cant believe
that our government would do something like this.
Julianne: I find, even among the community of, I hate using slang terms, but the term TI is common,
referring to targeted individuals. Those are people who know they are on the receiving end of electronic
weapon systems. And even amongst TIs, there is a perception in certain areas that our government
wouldnt do this; a case of not recognizing reality. First of all if this were not being done by our
government, congress would step in because of the hundreds of complaints they have received,
thousands of complaints, no doubt, over the past 10-15 years, from citizens who recognize whats going
on. Congress, back in the early 90s, late 80s, took the position that anyone complaining about these
systems were imagining things because they simply didnt exist. In two years, by 1992, they were off
the drawing boards, and in fact, being fielded and conveyed to law enforcement agencies.
Congress recognizes that these weapon systems exist and funds them, and knows, as a result of
appropriate briefings, what the bio-effects can be. Yet they have passed no legislation prohibiting their
use under unconstrained experimental circumstances.
Thats number 1. Number 2, given the nature, given the nature, given that the systems draw on
existing power grids, it would be necessary for the FCC at a minimum, and the Department of Energy,
as a minimum, give some oversight and control over what is going on. Though obviously, those with
Congress, the FDA and the Department of Energy, the FCC and the Department of Energy are
knowledgeable and yet unwilling to do anything about it. So, there is complicity, but the question is,
whos knitting, and submitting, the US government, allowing these operations to take place?
Greg: Now from your experience, how intense is this surveillance of targeted individuals? And tell us
about the ways that the targeted that this is accomplished.
Julianne: From what I have observed, first of all I should explain that the standard that I address this
in Microwave Harassment and Mind Control Experimentation, it was a pattern that was unfolding as I
was dealing with other targeted individuals whothat contacted me. It was a pattern of harassment

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which indicated that there had been some surveillance going on, some monitoring of their private lives.
There had been entry into their houses. There was systematic harassment. And then, ultimately, as part
of a softening up process, and then ultimately, electronic harassment, which followed; which would
include the inducement of auditory input, which is now being referred to as Z2K.
In answer to your question (laugh) Im not certain if I I think Im probably missing the point there,
but in order to target someone, it requires that that person be put under surveillance, so that their
personality traits, their capacity to inter- relate with people, their capacity for corruption or noncorruption, that seems to be a critical point. And even their religion factors into it.
Following a period of harassments, they are singled out for preliminary stages of harassment which
includes gang stalking, entry of their private homes or apartments, followed by gradually intensified
and ultimately extremely intensified electronic harassment. This is the pattern that has unfolder over
and over and over.
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And so, when you, I guess what Im getting atthats a very good answer. Youre seeing a

pattern amongst these individuals. I guessyeahis there any pattern about how they choose them?
Julianne: I cant speak for men. But it appears that quite a few of the women who have been singled
out appear to be somewhat, too independent; perhaps too intelligent. Tend to live alone or tend to
pursue professional careers. Theres a heavy predominance of those types of women in the TI
community, the community of targeted individuals. Men are in a smaller proportion and seem to be
those who have a propensity to fly off the handle. Have a sense of self-esteem and pride that seems to
invite targeting. And I did mention a curious predominance of a certain lack of religion amongst TIs, as
opposed to a certain predominance of a particular religion amongst those who are participating in these
operations.
Greg: Now you mentioned this was a global problem. Have you communicated with people from across
the Atlantic regarding whats going on in other countries? Is it similar to here?
Julianne:

Its virtually identical, virtually identical. When I was running the electronic surveillance

project I was in extensive correspondence with people overseas and patterns were the same. The
nature of the gang stalking and harassment were the same.
Greg: Now, when youre talking about specific numbers I know youreyouve been following this for
years and years and years. Is there any way that you can give our listeners a kind of an idea of how
wide spread this problem is in terms numbers in our country and compared to maybe overseas?
Julianne: I would say that the person who has realized what is going on is just a drop in a bucket. The
persons whom I have seen being targeted are completely unaware of whats happening. So those who
are complaining of this are, as I said, the tip of the iceberg. I would say this is very, very, widespread.
But I cannot under the circumstances come up with any figures. Many, many, many thousands, no
doubt, are involved. But I would say that the bulk of them are running to their doctors and taking
totally unnecessary prescription drugs to cure ailments that dont exist.
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mentioned, you said it earlier. But I really have to ask it because its on my mind and I know its always
in the back of everyones mind when they think of this problem. Why?? What is the major reason, I
mean, outside of just pure experimentation Im interested; for example, lets say that they have
targeted 100 people in Oklahoma. What do they, first of all, why are they doing it? Is it for, basically, a
blanket statement controlling the population? Orand, what do they do with this information once they
get it?
Julianne: I dont think they do anything with the information once they get it, other than to establish
a harassment protocol which will follow that targeted individual for the rest of his or her life. Why are
they doing it? I see a number of reasons. First, I dont know if youve done any research on the
phenomenon of capturing a percentage of the population in order to install a dictatorship. There is
always a percentage of the population, roughly 20% or so, that will buckle and throw whatever
constitutions might exist into the toilet and eagerly join the efforts at destroying the remainder of the
population.
Part of the problem or part of the objective they are seeking obviously is testing the latest and greatest
in electronic weaponry and other forms of technologies. A part of it is to control and choreograph those
who are involved in these harassment operations on the dispensing end. And it would appear that those
being targeted are simply objects who I see as ultimately being disposable. In other words, I think that
once full control is established over a major percentage of the population, and enough of the population
is silenced and unwilling to stick their necks out, that we inevitably would be heading toward a
holocaust.
Greg: The question, if I was, for example, lets say we have a person, who suspects, and lets just for
hypothetical purposes, say this person is being targeted, okay? Now, tell our listeners, because Ive
always wondered this myself, okay. Im sitting in my house and I see around me theres telephone
poles, there may be a tower in the distance that I dont see that handles the cell phones. Theres of
course a grid of electric going on around me. Ive talked to people and I try to say, how does this get
into your house? And I wanted to get your opinion, if a person is targeted, how basically are they
beginning to intrude their premises, and violate their constitutional rights, not only their rights ofnot
only trespassing on their property? Go ahead. How would that happen?
Julianne: Now, are you talking about, how would the frequencies impact upon them and how would
they first become aware of it? Or how would they first become aware of the fact that their privacy has
been violated?
Greg: Well no, I guess I didnt explain the question right. I wanted to know how they physically, are
doing it? I mean are they using a cell tower? Are they using a truck thats in the distance? How is this
being transmitted into the home to target the person and to use this weaponry on them, from your
experience?
Julianne: Well, first of all, in order to target a person you have to be able to see that person. And
while they may not be able to, they may, on entering the house, plant miniature cameras, miniature

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microphones, as a means of, for their monitoring a person. But that is not necessarily the means by
which they hone in on a person. There are plenty of technologies that allow for the imaging of a person
that might be sitting in a chair, as you mentioned you might be.
Using infrared imagery techniques, for example, they can capture your image by monitoring the
concentration of heat emanating from your body using certain acoustical frequencies, they can detect
mass. And using sophisticated computer software, they can convert those images to likenesses on
computers, which conceivably could be used in a software program that could be connected to an
electronic weapon system. And in that context I should point out that, while devices draw on the
existing power grid, and while theyyes indeed, they do involve microwave towers
Sounds like youve got a commercial coming on
Greg:

Yes we do, and thank you for making my job easier. Well be back in 3 minutes on the

Investigative Journal.
First, Ive put this in the top 3 of my stories that I believe are important, that the American people need
to deal with, because as Ms. McKinney, who is a, I consider her an expert. She would only say shes an
authority. But let me tell you, Julianne, you are an expert in this. The reasons could be, like she said at
thebefore we went into the break, and a total testing of our population to see, basically, perhaps
maybe there is a holocaust in the future or a dictatorship in the future. And they want to see how
people react to it. That may be a simplistic way to look at it. Not a simplistic way that Julianne looked at
it but my way of explaining it.
But lets get back to some of the things here, the last few minutes that are important. What can you tell
us, Julianne, about the microwave energy on citizens in terms of the existence of such a program and
the nuts and bolts of what they do?
Julianne:

Microwave energy is only one aspect of the entire electromagnetic frequency spectrum.

Microwaves can be lethal depending upon how theyre used. Obviously in order to achieve appropriate
effects on people, they have to be pulsed, because otherwise the individual would be cooked from the
inside out. The objective of using microwaves as opposed to other electromagnetic frequencies would
be to inflict extremes of pain to cause thermal heating. Thats a common complaint which leaves a hot
spot on the scull. Again, primarily, just to inflict extremes of pain. I was just wondering, we kind of
skipped over or didnt quite complete a preceding topic.
Greg: Oh, go ahead, go ahead. Youve got free reign.
Julianne:

You were talking about the use of the electrical grid throughout the country, the use of

microwave towers, the use of devices affixed to poles that are connected to power lines. But what
wasnt addressed, what you havent mentioned, is also that these weapon systems are used by
neighbors surrounding persons who have been singled out as targets of opportunity.
Greg: Are they solicited to do this or what?
Julianne: Thats something that Ive been pondering for some time. Again, what Ive noticed is, there
seems to be a predominant, particular religion that makes it particularly easy for them to cooperate.

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Greg: Well listen, lets talk about that after the break, a short break, and then Ive got something to,
some business I have to take care of for 3 4 minutes. Then well get back for our 2 nd hour with
Julianne McKinney. Well take some calls. Back in 2 minutes on the Investigative Journal.
(In this section there seemed to be jumping around, like maybe the video was edited or there was
some problem with the recording.)
by some of the Tis and thats Targeted Individuals.
That song rose to number one without any publicity on the internet. And that song called TI, well play
that again Dr. McKinney. I think it hits the nail on the head. I mean theres a lot of people out there
suffering. And I know youre one person, an authority in this field. And for my guests who are just
picking us up this hour, Dror excuse me, Julianne McKinney is a very highly regarded person in the
field of electronic weaponry, and surveillance in studying this issue. Shes a former area Intelligence
Case Officer until 1990 in the Army. And her credentials can be found, will be found, you can go to
RBNLive.com and go to my archives in the Investigative Journal and read about that. Shes well
qualified. Shes still with us this hour. And Dror excuse me, I keep calling you Dr. and you should be.
Julianne: (Laugh) Im not a Dr., thank you. Dr. Americus.
Greg: Dr. Americus. You know, thats funny. I have a doctorate in law. And nobody ever calls me that
and I hate being called that, a doctor. But Im interviewed on a Tehran TV station once every blue
moon, couple months, and they refer to me as Dr. Szymanski. And its nice to hear once in a while. Ill
be honest with you. Every two months is good enough. Otherwise they just call me the jerk on the
radio, which is better.
But, lets go from here. Youre adding such credibility to this story, adding credibility in my mind as I
speak. Because, Ive talked to hundreds of these people and was a doubting Thomas in the beginning. I
must mention that. I did not think it existed, and that was years ago. I thought people were either
insane, or crazy, or trying to get attention. But you know something? I will admit I was totally wrong
with that initialI guessthe look at the situation and have come around to fully believe in most of the
people I talk to and really sympathize with their suffering as I see their lives being ripped apart.
Are there any things you can dowere going to get into a few more things here as far as the technical
aspects of this but what can targeted individuals do to get some peace in their life? I mean thats one
thing theyre looking for. Is there anything they can do?
Julianne: (prolonged silence)
Greg: Difficult question there.
Julianne: Its very difficult to advise targeted individuals how to acquire peace. These frequencies can
be blocked or deflected. All of these frequencies I have found, some may contest this, but I have found
can beare vulnerable, and are subject to deflection. And the pain can be immediately (word unclear),
if not halted all together. Finding peace by writing to members of congress or to state legislators might
not be a better alternative because you will be treated as something worthy of the circular basket. They
just wont intervene. Writing to the various agencies and calling a meeting with them serves no useful

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purpose either because they will say there are no laws prohibiting these types of activities. They cant,
say for example, the FBIand I was given this statement on a number of occasions.there are no laws
prohibiting experimentation with these weapon systems. Youre talking to the wrong people.
So my advice would be to do what you can to secure your premises, because so long as your house is
or apartment is being entered, you are susceptible to, in addition to being targeted by electronic
weapons, there is a potential for having drugs put in your food. And Im not exaggerating there.
Greg: I had a few targeted individuals I talked to send me some questions that Id like to ask you.
Julianne: Certainly.
Greg: And the one was Are targeted individuals also broadcast around the country via closed circuit
TV? And, What purpose does this serve? Im fully in the dark on this question, but, go ahead.
Julianne: Okay. I have seen evidence of a closed circuit TV and it seems to be some form of
major source of entertainment and perhaps instruction for the individuals participating in
this harassment. I dont know who runs it. I have seen aspects of that on a large screen TV
across the street on which I saw surveillance films of a TI being harassed, obviously, in an
office environment. Gang stalked. Shows brain scans and is otherwise a very sophisticated,
sleek,

communications

operation.

Why

would

it

be

used?

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either

for

entertainment, for creating a sense of unity, or for identifying persons, TIs, who are to be
harassed on the street. I mean, obviously you cant harass someone if you dont know what
that person looks like. So its a means of communicating to the perpetrators, perps, what the
TI looks like.
Greg: Okay, now, before I get to some more, I want to put out that call for people to call. I got a
couple emails. A lot of times Tis dont want to go public. And theyve sent me some emails. I want to
get to one in a minute. But one question I have for you is, how can people gather evidence to support
their beliefs that this is happening to them? Many people will say, well its only a lack of sleep. I mean,
you have a sleep disorder. Maybe theres a problem with your joints, I dont know. It could be anything
that the answers are when you suspect youre being targeted. What kind of evidence do you tell people
to gather to support their beliefs that this is actually happening to them.
Julianne:

Well, when youre gathering evidence, obviously you have an objective in mind and that

generally is legal. What you want to do with that evidence. Theres really nothing you can do with it. So
in the absence of that, the main thing is to try to protect yourself and to alleviate the pain that youre
experiencing. Collecting the evidence, if you were to go to, frankly, Id strongly recommend that you
keep your faculties together and avoid going to see psychiatrists and psychologists, because the pattern
that is evolving is that they are highly complicit of these operations.
And if you go to a medical doctor, you do not talk about it because medical doctors, many, are also
involved. What you do when you see a doctor is that you define your symptoms and get a very clear
statement that, well, we cant figure this out. Well, thats a clear indication that it is not indigenous,
its not part of your system. Its not coming from within you, so obviously something is happening from

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outside. If they prescribe drugs and yet cant find the ecology, the basis for your disease, dont take
those drugs.
Greg:

Now earlier we were talking about the fact that they may, whoevers doing this, youve

delineated, youve led a good course into whatyoure tracking these people. But what I was getting at,
we never got to the point where ifyou mentioned something about a religious group that may be
targeted. What did you mean by that?
Julianne: The way I dont.well let me put it this way. Im not out to start a religious war. I have
found over the years that the persons involved, both in gang stalking.Ive made it a point to get to
know these people. Ive had to necessarily. Im not the type to
Greg: Youre talking about the perpetrators or the targets?
Julianne: The perpetrators.
Greg: Okay
Julianne: As well as theIve been drawing distinctions. And what Ive found is that the perpetrators
appear to belong predominantly to one particular religion; whereas the targeted individuals do not
belong predominantly to that particular religion.
Greg: And what is the particular religion of the perpetrators?
Julianne:

Right. So, at this stage, again, Im not particularly enthused about the idea of starting a

religious war. And I have challenged other TIs to get out there and become acquainted with, and get to
know, the people who are harassing them, to draw those distinctions themselves, because Im not
going to be making brash claims. This is something Ive observed over the past 10 years.
Greg: Thats fair enough. And maybe, perhaps, I could talk to you about it just for my own knowledge
off the air.
Julianne: That would be fine.
Greg: And I will keep your name out of it at that point and let people know what the targeted group
may be and what the other group may be.
Julianne: There is a religious influence but thats not to say these people arent just being used as
puppets by some broader interest.
Greg: Very good point. Can you stick with us one more segment of 5 minutes?
Julianne: Okay.
Greg: Were interviewing Julianne McKinney, our last segment. Juliannes an authority in the use of
surveillance and electronic weaponry. And this is an email question, kind of a technical one from a TI.
Let me read this to you. Perhaps you can answer it. Are the protocols for each individual modified based
to custom tailor it for the specific targeted individual? And if so, how does this process work?
Julianne: Yes indeed they are modified. There is a basic protocol that the perpetrators begin with. But
the TI contributes to the modification. A good example of that would be, if someone. Im trying to
think of a good example. If the TI feels the need to cooperate, even in the most subtle fashion, with the
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alters the protocol. Theyre constantly, targets are constantly monitored, and if they respond
emotionally to a particular trigger, that will be built into the protocol. If the target displays a certain
sense of guilt or embarrassment about a subject, that will be built into the protocol. Its an ongoing
process. And one thing I want to emphasize is no TI should look for a reason as to why this is going on.
Its a serious, serious mistake. I know I did that myself when they started on me and over the years I
came up with probably 6 different excuses.
Greg: Is it still going on with you?
Julianne: Oh yes. Not to the degree that it was before but certainly in very lethal form.
Greg: Now, how has this hampered your life?
Julianne: Its come close to being lethal on a number of occasions. I deal, I dealt with gang stalking
head on and I essentially put that to rest. I deal with.Ive developed a means for communicating with
perps directly and made them feel like the trailer trash that they are. So gang stalking is not one of
their favorite activities in my case. So the primary activity now is to see what I can survive in the way
of an induced brain aneurism or stroke or a heart attack.
Greg: I just had a caller who doesnt want to get on the air but wants to know, does moving help;
moving your location?
Julianne: Running, if youre talking about moving to a completely new location, no. This country is
wired to the hilt for immediate transfer. Your protocol follows you wherever you go so its a waste of
time. Moving about physically in place will not change anything. Other than, if you make a 180 degree
turn you will notice the targeting will suddenly stop because the weapon systems are programmed to
focus on a particular area of your anatomy. So if you turn, the targeting will suddenly end. If you turn
back itll hit you again.
Greg: Interesting. Now, going full circle in the last 2 minutes here, in 1991 you published Microwave
Harassment and Mind Control Experimentation. This has been passed around the internet and over
thousands of domain sites over the past 15 years. Can you tell us how someone can get ahold of this
publication to be informed?
Julianne: Its not copy-writed. All they need to do is plug in my last name, McKinney, and type in the
title Microwave Harassment and Mind Control Experimentation and innumerable sites will appear and
just read it from there. It will give you a good insight into what the pattern is when harassment begins.
Greg:

Now, let me just spell your name for people that are going to do that. Thats MCKINNEY

McKinney. And then its Microwave Harassment and Mind Control Experimentation for an authority in
the field.
I guess since 1981, have you seen.I guess a question I wanted to ask, from 2001, have you seen any,
from the time of 911, has there been an increase in the last 4or 5 years, with this type of, that youve
seen, in the number of people contacting you. Has it been more wide spread since 911?
Julianne: Not since 911. WhenI would say back in the early 90s Ive seen a tremendous expansion
of these activities since the early 1990s. And it has moved forward in consistent fashion. Its become

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ever more sophisticated and ever more wide spread. There was no sudden burst or flurry of activity
since 911.
Greg: And you have no help whatsoever with the political arena in this. Correct? Politicians will not
touch this with a 10 foot pole?
Julianne: Thats right. And even those who purport to be liberally inclined, and Im speaking about
members of the democratic party, will not touch it, because quote unquote, and they know, they know
whats going on. They dont they simply dont have the funds to be able to pursue it. All sorts of
humma humma excuses will be furnished for not pursuing something like this. Before you close.I hear
the music in the background.
Greg: We can stay another minute if you want.
Julianne: Okay.
Greg: Why dont you come back for 2 minutes on the other side of the break and then well finish up.
Okay?
Julianne: Okay.
Greg: Okay, back with Julianne McKinney and 3 minutes on the Investigative Journal. You wanted to
say something at the break.
Julianne: I did. I want to thank you very, very much for taking on this subject. There are so few in the
media, as a matter of fact, youre the only one I know of, who has the guts to address it.
Greg: And you know, it really doesnt just in defense of every other media person. I dont think its
guts, in a sense, maybe it is. I dont consider myself having guts in this issue. I consider it to be an
issue that you need to take time to understand it. And thats what I would recommend to the people in
the media that havent touched this issue. If it isnt being down right censored by someone above you,
at least take the time to talk, Ill spend time talking to you about it. Because it took me a little time to
figure it out. And, Ill tell you what, its people like you that need to be applauded because its your
efforts that are bringing this to the forefront. Youre laying the credibility on the line. But I thank you
anyway for your kind words.
And with that, I wanted to say goodbye to you. And were going to have to move on. And well have you
on again to talk about this. And thank you so much.
Julianne: And thank you so much.
Greg: And that was Julianne McKinney. And she is an authority in the use of electronic weaponry and
microwave weaponry and she was with us for the last hour and a half.

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Dr. Nick Begich Author and Expert Researcher


of Electromagnetic Weapons
Biography
Dr. Nick Begich is the eldest son of the late United States Congressman
from Alaska, Nick Begich Sr., and political activist Pegge Begich. He is well
known in Alaska for his own political activities. He was twice elected
President of both the Alaska Federation of Teachers and the Anchorage
Council of Education. He has been pursuing independent research in the
sciences and politics for most of his adult life. Begich received Doctor of
Medicine (Medicina Alternitiva), honoris causa, for independent work in
health and political science, from The Open International University for
Complementary Medicines, Colombo, Sri Lanka, in November 1994.
He co-authored with
Jeane Manning the
book Angels Don't Play This HAARP; Advances in
Tesla Technology. Begich has also authored Earth
Rising - The Revolution: Toward a Thousand
Years of Peace and and his latest book Earth
Rising II- The Betrayal of Science, Society and
the Soul both with the late James Roderick. His
latest work is Controlling the Human Mind - The
Technologies of Political Control or Tools for Peak
Performance. Begich has published articles in
science, politics and education and is a well
known lecturer, having presented throughout the
United States and in nineteen countries. He has been featured as a guest on thousands of radio
broadcasts reporting on his research activities including new technologies, health and earth science
related issues. He has also appeared on dozens of television documentaries and other programs
throughout the world including BBC-TV, CBC-TV, TeleMundo, and others.
Begich has served as an expert witness and speaker before the European Parliament. He has spoken on
various issues for groups representing citizen concerns, statesmen and elected officials, scientists and
others. He is the publisher and co-owner of Earthpulse Press. He served as Tribal Administrator/Village
Planner for the Chickaloon Village Council, a federally recognized American Indian Tribe of the
Athabascan Indian Nation for five years and served four years as the Executive Director of The Lay
Institute of Technology, Inc. a Texas non-profit corporation. Currently Begich consults for tribal
organizations, private corporations and others in a number of research areas.
Dr. Begich is a single person with five adult children, and four grandchildren.

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Covert Harassment Conference


1-2 October 2015, Berlin, Germany

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DR. NICK BEGICH


A Brave New World together with HAARP The Update

DR. BEGICH:

Hello, and thank you for being

here and thank you to Peter and the rest of the team for

putting this together.

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Everyone hears me okay, yes?


Okay.

In the back?

Good.

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All right.

I want to give a little bit of

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background in terms of my interest in these areas.

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those that don't know my family story, it really goes

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back quite a ways.

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For

My father was in the United States Congress in

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the early 1970s during the Nixon Administration.

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lost in a plane with Hale Boggs.

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remember this if you've got a little bit of gray hair.

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Hale Boggs was our House majority leader at the time,

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one of the most powerful people in the United States

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Congress.

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strong dislike for J. Edgar Hoover, because he basically

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read everybody's mail, tapped everybody's phones,

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including the United States Congress, and then,

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essentially, blackmailed political leaders to follow

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whatever script he laid out.

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He was also a Warren Commissioner.

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He had a

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Boggs was a pretty outspoken individual.

At

the time -- it was just before the second election of

Richard Nixon -- Boggs came to Alaska to work on my

father's campaign, which would have been his second term

in the United States Congress.

Boggs, before they flew out on October 16th,

three weeks before the second election of Richard Nixon,

began to talk about this scandal brewing in Washington,

DC.

In fact, that very scandal, had it unfolded a

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little bit differently -- for those that remember, the

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planes disappeared.

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Three weeks later, Nixon's elected for his

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second term.

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the Watergate scandal broke.

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office.

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moved up again.

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Rockefeller then slid into the Vice President's slot.

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And then one of the old Manson women from the Charles

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Manson days tried to assassinate Ford, which would have

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put Rockefeller in the White House.

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It wasn't too much long after that that

Ford moved up.

Agnew was thrown out of

Then Nixon resigned.

Ford

For those that don't remember,

What would have otherwise happened, most

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likely, the election would have taken place.

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would have won.

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out at the same time.

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controlled the Congress.

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Nixon

Agnew and Nixon would have been thrown


The Democrats would have
The Speaker of the House would

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have elevated to the Presidency.

have been in control.

happened and history tells us a lot about what really

happened there.

The Democrats would

But the opposite, of course,

Twenty years later there was a report, an

investigative report by a publication called "Roll Call"

in Washington, DC.

these various Congressional deaths.

crashes are kind of the hazard of political leadership,

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That report was looking into all of


You know, plane

it seems like.

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But in researching that, what they found in the

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FBI files were a couple of telexes -- this goes before

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FAX machines -- and telexes coming from California into

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Washington, DC reported that two people had been found

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at a crash site.

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the FBI to determine whether they were credible.

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follow-up telex came through saying, yes, they were.

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That plane was never recovered.

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officially; yet 20 years later, we find out, in fact,

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there were.

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Those sources were later looked at by


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There were no survivors

So I know about conspiracies.

Conspiracies are

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conversations that happen in a room like this when

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there's a bunch of people standing on the outside who

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might not agree with us.

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the political life, even at the highest levels, things

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But the reality is, even in

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happen.

Maybe a few decades go by before the truth is finally

revealed.

Things happen that aren't easily explained.

So I have a strong motivation foundationally in

terms of how I approach controversial issues.

do it with fear.

years.

is the absolute adversary for getting anything

accomplished on this planet.

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I don't

I've been doing this work for over 20

Fear isn't part of the equation.

In fact, that

My interest in these areas started with HAARP.

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And how many in this room do not know anything about

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HAARP?

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Okay.

Well, that's a lot better than it used

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to be.

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Twenty years of this work and the work of others have

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kind of brought this into the public.

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All right.

It used to be the other way around.

So the first image -- I'm going to use HAARP as

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sort of the backdrop as I move into the mind control,

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mind effects-related technology.

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in my part of the world.

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know if -- maybe I've come the farthest for this

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presentation.

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appreciate the opportunity to inform people about this

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subject.

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This is just an image

I come from Alaska.

I don't

But I appreciate being here and I

So HAARP is a large array, a field of antennas

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in Alaska, currently 180 antennas.

They're

approximately 20 meters tall.

which you can see, which is the very top of these

antennas.

concentrate radiofrequency energy into a relatively

small space.

They have a cross dipole,

And what these are designed to do is focus or

If you think about the energy of a flashlight,

for instance, or a torch, as they say here in Europe, I

shine that against the wall, the beam starts out small,

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and then it broadens as you get further away from the

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source.

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The same is true with radiofrequency energy.

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You can think about it as an inverted funnel starting

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here at the transmitter and then spreading out and

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getting thinner and thinner, less dense, which is why

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the further you get away from radio broadcast antennas,

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the weaker and weaker the signal.

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With HAARP, the opposite occurs.

They have

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figured out a way through what's called cyclotron

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resonance, which would be focusing or concentrating the

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energy.

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like sort of a cork-screwing kind of motion that got

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smaller and smaller as you move further and further away

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from the transmitter.

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So if you could visualize it, it would look

So it concentrates that energy or focuses that

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energy so you can manipulate it in various ways.

the HAARP array, which was originally designed by a

gentleman, Bernard Eastlund, who's now deceased, was

intended to do a number of things as a weapons

application.

half the current size of the transmitter in Alaska.

can see the field of antennas.

90 antennas in the array.

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And so

This is the earlier version when it was


You

In this case there were

And here's another image as they expanded the


array to 180.

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And another image showing the array.

Now, they also upgraded the technology pretty

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substantially over the years.

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efficient.

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much bigger effects.

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So it became much more

So with a much smaller system you create

So what does it do?

Essentially, it's sending

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energy or focusing energy up into an area known as the

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ionosphere, which in this image in miles -- I apologize

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for that -- is approximately 37 miles to 620 miles out

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into space.

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Now, this is a highly energized area.

If you

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think about radiofrequency signals or shortwave signals,

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they would come from the earth, they'd bounce off of us,

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and then bounce back down to the earth to transmit over

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large distances.

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The ionosphere also is an area that can be

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disturbed by solar radiation, radiation from the sun.

When it becomes destabilized, it interferes with

terrestrial communications of every kind.

So part of the idea in this technology was to

learn how to stabilize the ionosphere during these

periods or deliberately disrupt the ionosphere to

interfere with communications on a global basis.

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Now, what caught my interest when I first


looked at this issue of HAARP was a very short article

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in a publication, an Australian publication, that talked

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about this big system in Alaska.

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Now, I come from a family that's pretty

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politically engaged.

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Congress, my younger brother just finished a term in the

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United States Senate.

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politics a very long time.

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Besides my dad being in the

My family's been involved in

Alaska is a very big region, but we're a really

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small population; 700,000 people in our entire region.

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And when you think about big projects, you know, you

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think you know something about them.

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Well, I'm reading about this project in my

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state in a journal in Australia and I'm going, you know,

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why doesn't anybody know about this?

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And so I decided I would go in and look into


this issue independently.

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I picked up maybe

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30 articles and papers, design specifications, some

things, and with friends encouraging me to publish, I

published the first article that I had written on HAARP

back in 1994.

So it's been a very long time ago.

What also caught my interest was the idea that

they were primarily utilizing, in some applications,

extremely low frequency signals or ELFs.

signals that can be biologically active, can affect us

as human beings and in very specific ways.

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These are

And in particular, certain applications of the

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technology -- and this gives you sort of a graphic

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illustration of the focus.

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were given to me by the inventor, Bernard Eastlund,

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prior to his passing.

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publications and in some of our work.

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kind of a graphic showing the radiofrequency from the

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array, moving up into the ionosphere and focusing that

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energy.

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These view graphs, actually,

And we utilized them in our


So this gives you

His initial concept was to create a global

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shield, to be able to utilize the natural magnetic field

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lines that surround the earth, be able to punch energy

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into this and then create this kind of global shielding

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effect.

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piercing that energy would be disrupted, like

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satellites, intercontinental ballistic missiles,

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And the idea was that any electronic device

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virtually any electronic device that ran into this field

of energy that was being amplified would be destroyed.

Now, one of the other interesting parts of

this -- and this kind of shows that, again, utilizing

one of Eastlund's graphics.

line and then you see this cork-screwing energy going

around it.

southern polar regions into the northern polar regions.

And, in this case, they actually couple -- actually

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utilize the energy on the ground to couple with the

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natural energy, and then coming from the north to the

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south, create this cork-screwing effect, which

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accelerates the electrons and then creates this global

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shield.

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So you can see like a field

That energy naturally is occurring from the

Now, that was his initial concept.

And as a

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concept, it caught the attention of a number of people

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and eventually got funding from the Congress, initially

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at 30 million, and over the last few decades now over

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almost 300 million, which in dollars is not a lot of

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money, but when you consider, this is sort of the

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pinnacle of billions of dollars spent in ionosphere

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research over many decades.

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What caught my attention in terms of the

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technology of Eastlund -- I'm going to skip some of

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these that are not so relevant -- was the idea that you

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could manipulate the ionosphere -- and I'll use this as

a better example.

you could punch or pulse energy into the ionosphere --

so think about this energy going up and, like, a hammer

ringing a bell.

ionosphere itself vibrates and then it begins to send a

signal in the ELF range.

signal going up, punching the ionosphere, the ionosphere

which is energized then acts as a broadcast antenna in

So one of the thoughts was that if

Every time it hits that ionosphere, the

So you have a high frequency

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the sky bringing back an ELF signal to the earth, and in

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this case covering an entire hemisphere.

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Now, ELF signals, extremely low frequency

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signals, are very long wavelengths.

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earth and sea.

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submarines, as an example, the depth, because short

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wavelengths won't penetrate the earth and sea.

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also used for what's called earth-penetrating

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tomography, which in simple language or by analogy would

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be like x-raying the earth or looking into the earth for

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underground structures.

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They penetrate the

They're utilized for communication with

They're

But one of the side effects of ELF is the

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entrainment effect on the human mind.

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signals will lock onto in what's called a frequency

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following response.

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Because ELF

And you can use a lot of different

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You can use flickering light, you can use binaural beat,

which I'll explain in a few minutes.

electromagnetic fields such as this, or even the power

grid itself can be modulated in such a way to create a

signal that the human body will join with, will couple

with, and begin to follow.

of energy to accomplish this.

You can use

It doesn't take a great deal

This is the one that triggered my real interest

in HAARP, because this is the one that everybody kind of

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ignored and said, oh.

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well, if ELF has a biological effect, it's a side

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effect.

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phrase earlier today.

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believe that it's an intended consequence.

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intended to grade populations in very specific ways.

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In fact, the HAARP planners said,

It's an unintended consequence.

We heard that

But I don't believe that.

It's

Now, this book was mentioned by my friend

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earlier today, "Between Two Ages", by Zbigniew

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Brzezinski.

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written, actually, in 1973, when Brzezinski was at

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Columbia University.

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Security Adviser to President Carter.

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the time that Kissinger and he and others were starting

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to think about the Trilateral Commission organizing this

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think tank, so to speak.

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And why this is an important book, it was

This is before he became National

Now, find this book.

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I really encourage you to

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find this book and read it, because it is not a

prediction of what will come with technology.

blueprint, in fact.

It's the

You can read this.

When I first read it -- he writes in a pretty

convoluted style.

English to understand.

read it because he predicted the economic changes that

took place, the political changes that took place in the

world over the last 40 years with a great deal of

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accuracy.

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prediction.

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It's a little difficult even in


But I really encourage you to

And some will say it really wasn't the


It was the plan.

If you look within this text between Pages 54

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and 56, you'll see a section that's dedicated to the

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kind of technologies we're talking about today, a mind

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control technology.

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guy named J. F. Gordon MacDonald.

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geophysicist at UCL.

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chapter in a book and the chapter was called, "How to

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Wreck Your Environment", which this is before Earth Day,

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okay, so he could get away with that.

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that book was actually published.

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caught Zbigniew Brzezinski's attention was, he said, if

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we could ever figure out how to electronically stroke

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the ionosphere in just the right way, we could return a

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signal to the earth that would influence the behavior of

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And what Zbigniew referenced was a


And he was a

He wrote a book -- or, actually, a

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It was 1969 when

But what he said that

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people over huge geographic areas.

Now, that's a pretty profound thing.

But we

didn't have a way to stroke the ionosphere in 1969.

we did by the 1990s.

fact, the HAARP system that can accomplish this.

But

And that was, in fact, and is, in

So the idea was -- and it was kind of, in a

gross sort of way, primitive, if you will, but what the

intention was, was that if you could pulse the

ionosphere, return this ELF signal to the earth, you

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could agitate the population in very specific ways.

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could make them passive, less aggressive, or the

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opposite by just amplifying that signal.

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explain a little bit of that as we go on.

You

And I'll

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The other person that comes out in the last

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presentations, Jose Delgado, and this book he wrote,

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"Physical Control of the Mind:

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Society".

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images that you saw in just this short video clip of

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Delgado's work, there is a good section in this text as

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well showing that.

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Toward a Psychocivilized

And this is, again, a 1960s book.

Those

But in those days they used implants.

They had

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to physically put something in the brain.

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Delgado originally did -- he was actually educated in

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electrophysiology at the University of Madrid.

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graduated in 1950.

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And what Jose

He

Electrophysiology, as a degree

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field, thinking about it in 1950, now 65 years ago, most

people don't even realize that's an area of higher

education today, much less that far back.

One of my mentors, Raul Makayla (phonetic), he

actually graduated University of Madrid in 1958, and his

area of interest was, essentially, the same, biomagnetic

and electric fields, effects on human physiology, and he

spent his career studying that.

Delgado, at Yale University, he initially was

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mapping the brain of primates and humans by stimulating

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various portions of the brain to figure out what was

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responsible for what kind of activity.

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began to utilize the implants in those dramatic ways in

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those film clips with the charging bull and he throws

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the switch and the bull stops, to demonstrate that you

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could take a creature from passive to highly aggressive

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to passive to highly aggressive, just like flipping on

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and off the lights in your living room.

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And then he

What Delgado discovered by the mid-'80s is that

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you didn't need any implants.

You just needed to

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manipulate the energy itself.

And you didn't need a

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great deal of energy.

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Now, we've heard -- I forget the amount of

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energy surrounding us now.

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believe it was 18 zeros after the one that we heard

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Was it a quintillion?

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earlier.

radiofrequency energy alone, it was 200 million times

more around us every day than nature created in 1994.

Back when I wrote the HAARP book in '94, just

Now, when you think about it, what did Delgado

discover?

of energy in the natural background noise of the earth

was sufficient to manipulate the behavior of human

beings if you could hit the right frequencies, if you

could hit those window frequencies that stimulated that

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He discovered that one-fiftieth of the amount

kind of activity.

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Now, if you think about this -- again, by

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analogy, think about dialing through the radio stations

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on a radio.

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noise, the static, you get no clear signal.

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you have resonance between the transmitter and the

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receiver, then you get a nice, clear signal.

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The same is true in our physiology.

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you're looking at stimulating or affecting a specific

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element in the body, molecules in the body, cell

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structures or organ structures or even the human mind,

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it's about manipulating the underlying energy.

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In between the stations you get the white


But when

Whether

When you think about medical science in terms

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of how the fork in the road is and how this kind of

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applies to why don't we know more about this today,

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well, there's lots of literature now.

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think we heard quoted earlier today.

25,000 sources

talking about the energy interactions with the human

body.

That is a lot of information.

But what happened in medical science?

A lot of

people that went into life sciences, they were really

good in the chemistry, a little weak in the math, so

they went to life sciences.

better in the math, they went to physics.

upon a time, these two came together and we got

People who were a little


And then once

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biophysics, which is really the root of real health

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science.

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you've got to get to the energetic interactions that

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create chemical reactions that then manifest in the

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body.

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If you really want to get to the meat of it,

And that's what we kind of miss in so much of

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our medicine.

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opposed to an electromagnetic model.

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to World War II, that fork in the road was being

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explored pretty aggressively, the energetic models.

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they were somehow lost in that shuffle and we ended up

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with the pharmaceutical industry, and the results of

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that, I think we can all not be quite so proud of.

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We followed a pharmaceutical model as


In the '30s, prior

But

In terms of where the technology is going and

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where a lot of the science is going, it will be

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electromedicine that cures most of what we call

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It will also be that which enhances or

Now, Jose Delgado, when he figured out that you

didn't need implants, you just need to manipulate the

energy itself, this became kind of the essence of sort

of where everything went from there.

But I want to roll back a little bit, a little

bit back in time, and talk more about the evolution of

mind control as technology starting with the work at

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Harvard University of a gentleman, Estabrook, who was

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working in the Harvard hypnotherapy labs in the 1920s.

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You can look Estabrook up.

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of Congress and you'll see his list of publications, and

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I recommend that you do that.

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Look him up at the Library

What he decided was that you could create what

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we would call today a Manchurian candidate.

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take certain individuals, put them in a very, very deep

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state of hypnosis and then over a period of time train

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them so they would be like this super spy that you could

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send into another country and they'd hang out for a year

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or two, but if they got captured, they wouldn't really

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remember any of their former self, and then when they

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came back, in this case, into the United States, that we

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would then give them the appropriate suggestions and

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then extract the intelligence from them.

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And this is what Estabrook was working on.

By

the 1930s, a lot of his work was being classified and he

continued to work in this field up through the 1960s.

His last book -- and I always like to read the last

thing someone writes, you know, because it tells you a

lot about, sort of, the conclusions and there are things

that you might discard bits and pieces as science

enlightens you and your experience enlightens you.

what he talked about in that last book were the

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experiments he was involved in using LSD and other

11

hallucinogenics in mind control, which he actually

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talked about in a favorable sense.

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And

And for those of you that remember, the CIA was

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heavily involved in this in the 1960s and, in fact, the

15

whole area pre-1960s going back even to the Korean War,

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which is sort of my next mark on the timeline.

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The Korean War, we had prisoners, patriotic

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young Americans come back from war and they're handing

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out Communist leaflets on street corners, and the term

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or the phrase brainwashing came into being.

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where it came from.

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after the Korean War.

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That's

It came from that series of events

The idea of being able to manipulate people's

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behavior and change them so profoundly became of

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interest to the predecessor of the Central Intelligence

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Agency and then later the Central Intelligence Agency.

And what they looked at were lots of different ways to

manipulate human behavior.

Now, when I was researching my first book with

Jeane Manning, "Angels Don't Play This HAARP", I was

looking for a good source document that would speak to

this, because you always read about this in secondary,

tertiary sources.

surplus book room, and I'm telling this guy that I know,

And so I'm in a book room, a big

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I really need this source.

11

conversation, I reach unconsciously behind me into a box

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and I pull out this book.

13

And as I'm having this

This is a really interesting one.

This is

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actually a presidential report.

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was commissioned at the time, 1975, to look at the

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abuses of the CIA.

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Committee reports, which were Congressional hearings

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that took place in the early '70s to investigate the

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abuses of the Central Intelligence Agency, the kind of

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abuses that we read about today, because nothing really

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changed.

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This is a report that

Now, this came out of the Church

Supposedly, this was to change things.


Now, what's in this report?

The LSD

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experiments were in this report.

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Intelligence Agency was domestically infiltrating civil

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rights groups, antiwar groups, people that, essentially,

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opposed the government within the United States, which

was not part of their mandate, in fact, was illegal.

The fact that they were reading people's mail, utilizing

unwitting victims and experiments for mind control.

of this came out in this report in 1975.

CIA continues to do it even to this day.

All

And yet, the

Think about the kinds of activities that have

been reported pretty widely over the last few years,

whether it's digging through garbage to blackmail other

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diplomats, which is something our Intelligence community

11

does, whether it's to send pallet loads of money into

12

countries like we did in Afghanistan to bribe officials

13

as a way of doing business, or whether it's to

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assassinate people with drones, kidnap people and

15

torture them.

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Now, most of us don't know people like this,

17

but this is the government that I unfortunately have

18

guiding my country right now.

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criminals.

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couldn't happen here.

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It's a government of

Now, people want to talk about, oh, this

It has happened here.

It's happened for

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decades in the United States.

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President's Commission touches the very tip of that

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This report by the

This is another document.

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Captain Tyler, he later became a colonel and retired.

He was involved in pretty much the sort of esoteric side

of some of the government research.

chapter out of this book is called, "Low-Intensity

Conflict and Modern Technology".

Maxwell Air Force Base in 1984.

about a large -- a variety of technologies.

8
9

This book -- this

It was prepared by
And it was talking

But in this particular one, if you look at,


certainly, the subject lines, you have stimulation of ,

10

bones* generation, healing of fractures, treatment of

11

disease, healing of wounds.

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modification in animals.

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that are listed here were kind of under the mysterious

14

category.

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happening in 1984.

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You look at behavior

You know, some of these things

They couldn't really explain what was

But the idea was to stimulate research in these

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fields.

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started to flow into these areas.

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that came out in the 1980s as a result of some of this

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was the Radiofrequency Dosimetry Handbook.

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big, thick handbook.

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of Utah under contract to the United States Air Force to

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determine the radiofrequency dosages that were required

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to override every vital organ of the human body, whether

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it be the heart, the liver, the lungs, the kidneys, just

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So a number of things happened.

A lot of money

One of the reports

It was a

It was produced by the University

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sort of preempt their natural function to be able to do

it remotely.

And the idea was to take that leap of

technology and begin to apply it into weapon systems.

Mind control.

you will remember this one.

Yeah, 2002.

about the ethics of mind control.

it exist or doesn't it exist?

"The Economist".

Cover story.

Some of

This is 2002, I believe.

And what this cover story was about was


Not saying, hey, does

It's just saying it's

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here right now.

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we should advance this technology, whether we should

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limit this technology.

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credible publication.

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story.

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We really need to be debating whether

"The Economist" is certainly a


Not too much happened from this

This is -- unfortunately, it's not showing up.

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November -- you can get this one on my website.

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give you my website, because this is a very important

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document.

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human experiments.

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in history, that's like tomorrow and yesterday, right?

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It's, like, now.

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mind control experiments and who has the authority to

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approve them.

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approve them is under secretaries of the Navy in the

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case of Navy Intelligence or Naval research.

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I'll

The Navy set up a new set of regulations for


It was approved in 2006.

You know,

And in this they specifically call out

And the persons with the authority to

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Now, it's not just CIA.

Naval Intelligence

does this work.

non-lethal weapons that this falls under.

has the electromagnetic directorate, which is working in

an area called controlled effects, which deal, again,

with mind control and physiological effects on human

beings.

"Technology Horizons".

issue.

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The Marines have a section on


The Air Force

In fact, they publish a publication called


I believe it's the June 2004

You can look it up.

The cover story is on

controlled effects.

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Now, what are controlled effects?

The first

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effect is attacking hardware; you know, like equipment,

13

like machines, to be able to interfere with the flow of

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electrons through circuits to disrupt those machines to

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operate.

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history, but using energy itself to manipulate hardware.

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Not using bombs and bullets and the things of

The second sort of level of controlled effects

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talked about in that article is the idea of manipulating

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the software, the systems that run those systems, so

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that you can disrupt the software, then you disrupt the

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hardware, and things collapse.

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And the third leg of controlled effects is the

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human operator.

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article produced by the electromagnetic director of the

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Air Force is that we can target or create the illusion

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of all of the senses in the human body; sight, sound,

touch, taste, to give people complete memory sets,

complete experiential sets that you wouldn't be able to

distinguish the synthetic from the real.

Now, think about that for a moment.

What does

that do to court testimony in 20 years if this becomes

the norm?

post-traumatic stress syndrome folks, people coming back

from warfare.

They're now talking about using this for

This just sort of cleans up the garbage

10

of the mind and gets rid of that stress.

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think that's a great idea.

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the biggest mistake we could ever make.

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whatever those servicemen and women were engaged in --

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what used to happen in warfare -- what happened in World

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War II when everybody came back, they said, I don't ever

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want to see my children in these things, I don't want to

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see my grandchildren in these things.

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put down, not amplified.

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Some people

Personally, I think that's


Because

Wars need to be

When you take the human factor out of warfare

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and it becomes like a videogame, then our willingness to

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withdraw from direct conflict no longer happens.

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And think about where our military science has

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gone.

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publication.

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in the early 1980s.

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In fact, I want to mention another very important


It was produced by the US Army War College
It's called the "Revolution of

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Military Affairs and Conflict Short of War".

particular paper was talking about revolution of

military affairs.

And this

What is that exactly?

This is a leap as important as the introduction

of gunpowder in the middle ages in Europe, as important

as atomic weapons in the last century.

they characterize it.

where we move from ordinance, from bullets, bombs,

things that rip tissue and tear things up, to

And that's how

And what this is is the leap

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electromagnetic weapon systems that keep sort of the

11

hardware intact, but debilitate the human operator to

12

the point of being combat ineffective.

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enhance the possibilities within our own combatants

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while degrading the abilities of others.

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Or conversely,

There's simple ways that you can achieve this.

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You can introduce to the battlefield certain elemental

17

compounds that in small background amounts would not be

18

considered dangerous.

19

example.

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body to maintain thyroid function.

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much iodine, you'll get poisoned.

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get sick.

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Let me give you iodine as an

We all need a certain amount of iodine in the

So what can you do?

But if you have too


You'll die.

You'll

You can send a signal in

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that resonates the very same signal strength and

25

frequency as iodine, you can send that signal in and the

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body will begin to react as if its gotten this massive

load of iodine and show all the symptoms of iodine

poisoning.

You check the thyroid; check the blood, it's

not there.

Mystery illness.

Something as simple as that for manipulating

large populations, not necessarily with their consent

and not necessarily with clear knowledge, and nothing

shows up in the background that would say why this

poison actually exists that would account for this.

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simple way.

11

One of the other ways that this technology can

12

be exploited is really quite simple.

13

article produced by "Parameters", which is a military

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publication.

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the -- I believe it was the Fall 1998, but you can look

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up the article name called, "The Mind has no Firewall".

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It's a very important article.

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about all the various ways in which you could introduce

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mind effects or mind control technologies using modern

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technology today.

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written in a military journal called "Orienteer"

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published in what is now Russia.

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"Parameters".

There was an

You can look it up.

It's

This article talked

And the original article was actually

What's interesting about this is it said you

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could use any electromagnetic carrier, whether it be

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radio, TV, the Internet, now cell phones; but,

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essentially, any of these carriers, you can modulate a

signal on them that will manipulate behavior of segments

of the population.

And the Russians demonstrated this in a couple

of different ways.

There was a program.

It was called

"Undercurrents".

Canadian Public Broadcasting System.

did two really interesting stories that I got to

participate in.

It aired in the CBC, which is the


"Undercurrents"

One was on HAARP and the other was on

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mind control.

And on the mind control story that they

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did -- this was a very popular program in Canada at the

12

time and this particular segment was their highest rated

13

that they had ever run.

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who were involved in the "Star Wars" initiative during

15

the Reagan Administration that couldn't talk about what

16

they did in the White House, but they could talk about

17

what they observed in Russia.

And they had folks that came in

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And one of the things that they talked about

19

was the idea that you could -- you could create, sort

20

of, this white noise and on this white noise carry a

21

signal.

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cake.

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these little cakes?

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of Europe as well.

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And so they put out this message, bring us


And Russians at tea time, you know, they eat
I guess you do that in other parts

And so at the appointed time they began to

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broadcast this.

and on the street were bringing cake into the meeting

room without really knowing why they were doing it.

They just felt like doing it.

what they were programmed to do.

And workers from within that building

Now, this goes back.

Well, that was, in fact,

We're talking about

15-year-old technology.

And when you think about sort

of where did it go from there, in 2006, there were a

couple contracts left by DARPA, which does research for

10

the defense industry in the United States.

And DARPA

11

used to be run by a guy named Tony Tether.

Tony Tether

12

was a good friend of Ben Eastlund's.

13

Now, what they were doing then was, they had

14

left two contracts to the University of California for

15

what's called electronic telepathy.

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telepathy.

17

a distance by analyzing the emanations coming from this

18

area, being able to analyze that and determine and

19

interpret what it is.

20

contract was to create complex signals to see if you

21

could transfer that array, so to speak, of signals into

22

another person's consciousness and whether they would

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perceive the same images.

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Okay.

Electronic

The idea of reading another person's mind at

And then the other half of the

Now, there was work done by Elizabeth Rauscher


and her late husband, Bill Van Bise, in this very same

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area.

In fact, I have a copy of their unpublished paper

where they actually built an electronic circuit where

they could take a person in one room and a person in

another room, attach this person to that circuit and

this person to that circuit, and then, you know, the

psychic card where they show the triangles, the squares

and the circles and the little squiggly lines, a hundred

percent accurate with nine test subjects who had never

experienced consciously in any way any sense of

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extrasensory perceptions or psychic perceptions.

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did it with hardware, transferring thoughts from one to

12

the other.

13

They

Now -- which tells me it's probably a little

14

more simple than what DARPA's doing.

15

Eastlund was doing work on HAARP and he was doing other

16

work for DARPA at the time and we had talked about him

17

in our first publication, and then actually after

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publication became friends, and Ben Eastlund's attitude

19

was, you know, some things just shouldn't be done.

20

one of the things that he had been working on was

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whether modification technologies, which he was at that

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time and when we first met, making that technology

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available to the military.

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us and others, he decided there's certain technologies

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But when Ben

And

And after some dialogue with

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At one point along the course I began doing

quite a bit of work on this whole mind effects issue.

And I caught the attention of a woman, Dorothy Lay.

Now, Dorothy is one of the heirs to the Lay, as in

Frito-Lay and PepsiCo Corporation.

family.

specifically as it applied to victims.

So a very wealthy

Dorothy was very interested in this technology

And so she approached me at one point and asked

if I would become a member of her board of directors for

10

a non-profit that she was setting up to deal with these

11

kinds of technologies.

12

whether I should tell you the rest of this story, and I

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think I will, because why not?

14

And I've got to think about

So I have this thing, intuition.

All of us

15

have it.

16

do today.

17

listen, because when I really think about it, it's never

18

been wrong.

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about it.

20

start acting on it.

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I used to not pay as much attention to it as I


When my intuition tells me something, I

Neither has yours, if you really think


Or maybe you don't think about it and just

So my intuition said -- and this was a very

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difficult time for me in 2002.

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betrayed by a very good friend, economically was

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bankrupt in the middle of this work, because I started

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In 2002, I had been

Economically was being crushed.

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at that point I was deciding whether I was going to stay

in this work at all.

And I'm going through a bunch of my files and I

see this file and it's marked Lay.

person had contacted us needing some information and we

provided it.

way we operated is, I sold books.

bought my books.

And I remember this

And we never charge for that.

I mean, the

And people like you

And they allowed me to do this work.

I didn't write for grants where somebody could

10

manipulate me and control me and tell me what to say.

11

didn't go out and find some publisher that would edit

12

out my work.

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book.

14

that work by buying that book.

15

two and a half million dollars and I spent that two and

16

a half million dollars over 20 years doing what I'm

17

doing right now.

I risked my own money.

I published my

And then I asked people to help me by supporting

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A VOICE:

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(Applause.)

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DR. BEGICH:

And I tell you, I made

Thank you.

And the whole idea was just to

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educate.

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reason I didn't was because I felt that that was putting

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the cart before the horse.

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people that the technology is real, that this could

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And the

We first need to educate

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that became the foundation of my work in this.

So Dorothy calls me on the phone and she says,

will you be on my board?

an hour.

on your board.

And I talked to her for about

At the end of the hour, I said, no, I can't be

She said, well, why not?

I said, because my intuition is telling me I

really can't be on your board.

And she goes, well, I deserve more than that.

10

I said, okay.

I don't know your board members,

11

I don't know who your board is, but something in here is

12

saying there's a problem there and I don't want to be

13

associated with them.

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(Applause.)

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DR. BEGICH:

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I got the call back.

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you have millions.

18

what they say they're doing.

19

being done and find out for yourself.

20

diligence again.

21

So it was a couple of months later


Because I told her also, I said,
You have the ability.

And she did.

Go see if it's really

back and she said, you were right.

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me a number of ways.

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just me now and my attorney.

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Do your due

A couple months later she came

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Go research

They were defrauding

I've cleared out my board.

It's

Will you be on my board?

Now, bear in mind, I'm in a pretty desperate

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situation economically.

At the time I have five

children at home.

have an economy that I've got to manage.

Dorothy, no, I can't be on your board.

I've got people to take care of.


And I tell

She says, well, why not?

I said, well, I need to meet you first in

person, eyeball to eyeball.

for three days.

foundation.

I said, we're going to talk

We're not going to talk about your

I want to know everything I'm ever going to

10

read about you and your family in the newspaper.

11

you to have the same knowledge level of me.

12

to know what your world view is before I join with you

13

in achieving that world view, because you have the means

14

and I have the willingness if that world view is shared.

15

So we spent a few days.

I want

And I want

We decided that I

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could do this.

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And we put together, as her major effort was, a

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conference on mind effects.

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public.

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bring some key people together to have a conversation

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that would be open and free.

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And for four years I worked with her.

But it wasn't open to the

It was closed to the public.

And it was to

And one of those people I invited was Ben

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Eastlund, who by then I'd gotten to know, had watched

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what he had done in terms of his career.

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And I called him and I said, you know, Ben,

would you consider participating in this conference?

And he said, you know, if you had asked me this

seven or eight years ago, on a scale of one to ten, ten

being the relevance and importance of this, and one

being irrelevant and unimportant, I would have given

this a one or a two.

time I talk to Tony Tether or others at DARPA, nobody's

laughing about mind control anymore and it's a nine or a

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He goes, but -- he goes, every

ten and, yes, I'll participate in your conference.

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The next person I asked was Garth Nicolson.

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Does that name ring any bells for anybody?

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Nicolson was a full professor, I believe it was Texas

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A&M.

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thousand medical students.

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whistle on Gulf War Syndrome and testified in our

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Congress six times before his wife was fired as a

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molecular biologist from Texas A&M.

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they couldn't fire him.

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him, because he was one of the first courageously enough

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to step up to the plate and complain about what had been

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happening in the Gulf War; we depleted uranium and some

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of the other technologies that were being applied there.

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He taught medical students.

Okay.

Garth

He taught over a

He was the guy that blew the

And he was tenured;

But they definitely harassed

Well, the best thing that ever happened to him


was he got out of the university system.

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nonprofit to deal with chronic disease.

somebody that I watched maintain his course under really

difficult circumstances.

conference.

And he was

So he was invited to that

I invited the daughter of my mentor, Raul

Makayla.

one of the boards in Russia that regulates medical

applications of lasers.

Quite brilliant.

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She's an electrophysiologist.

She serves on

She's an electrophysiologist.

We invited her.

We invited Rosalie Bertell.

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remember Rosalie Bertell?

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passed.

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physicist, biologist.

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doctoral students at Berkeley.

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It's kind of an odd combination.

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statistician to go in to Bhopal for the World Health

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Organization after that huge chemical disaster.

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was considered one of the top people in the world for

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dealing with victims of radiological experiments,

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including electromagnetic radiation.

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some of our work and added to it and published a book on

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the HAARP system and its effect on human beings on this

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sort of broad scale.

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been through some really difficult times as well, rose

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out of her own ashes and maintained her ethical

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Okay.

Does anyone

Also deceased now.

A few.

Rosalie's

She was a mathematician,

She taught higher mathematics to


She was also a nun.
She was the lead

But she

She actually took

So we had invited Rosalie, who had

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platform.

The other person we invited was Alexander

Kaivarainen.

Does anybody recognize that name?

He was

the former head of the USSR Academy of Science

Biophysics Department for ten years.

area that really gets into the meat of what we're

talking about here today.

believe, is deceased now also.

guys, you know, they're a lot older than me and they

And this is the

Now, what got -- Alex, I


You know, all these

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keep dying of old age.

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science at a young age watching a demonstration of the

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paranormal, ESP, telepathy, these kinds of things in

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Russia when he was a teenager.

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caught his interest.

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But Alex got his stimulation in

And it just really

When I met Alex, he was in his 60s and he was

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the brightest top five physicists on the planet,

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recognized by institutions around the world.

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he had determined is that there were rational reasons

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for why these things manifested.

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this conference and actually presented a paper giving

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the mathematics and the physics that lends itself to

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these extrasensory possibilities, these things that the

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military now calls anomalous human capabilities.

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used to call it extrasensory perception or ESP, but now

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So he was invited to

We

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connotations with that that kind of get you discredited

in certain segments of the scientific community.

So I want to talk -- roll back again a little

bit -- I want to talk about binaural beat, which I had

mentioned earlier in this presentation.

around a little bit.

not even use these things, but I think people feel more

comfortable using them.

And I jump

It's kind of my style.

The binaural beat.

I used to

We can't hear these really,

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really low frequency signals, because the human ear

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doesn't quite work that way.

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the human ear won't hear.

Below a certain frequency,

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Now, a gentleman by the name of Robert Monroe

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developed a method using binaural beat where you could

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send in a signal within the range of human hearing, say,

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at 15,000 Hertz or pulses per second or cycles per

17

second, coming in one ear at, say, 15,000, another

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signal coming in the other ear at, say, 15,007.

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the cranium they will cancel each other out and leave a

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beat frequency of seven, the difference between the two.

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15,000, 15,007.

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seven pulses per second, which happens to be in the

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upper Theta range, and this is where the brain then

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drives to.

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Within

The beat frequency becomes seven Hertz,

At the same time that that occurs, you get a

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hemispheric balance, a distribution of energy across

both hemispheres of the brain, the analytical side and

the creative side and working together.

actually how human beings are supposed to function.

This is how young children predominantly function, with

more of a balance between the hemispheres, where the

energy is more balanced.

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This is

And then we educate them.

And with young girls, who we say are more


intuitive and have this other operation of the brain,

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and young boys are more analytical, and now we kind of

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treat everybody the same so we kind of dumb them all

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down to the same level.

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children and you look at where their brain activity is

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and between 3 and, say, 5 or 6 years old, they have

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this predominant brain frequencies or a lot of Theta

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brain frequencies coming in and then some ELF and then

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higher frequency ranges.

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But when you look at young

Now, what is Theta?

Theta states if we're in a

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Theta state, we're kind of like in that dream-like state

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between awake and asleep where you're consciously aware

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of your dreams.

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good deal of their time.

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as we call it, are so active.

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don't pay attention to that, don't pay attention to

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That's where 3 to 5 year olds spend a


That's why their imaginations,
And we keep saying, oh,

This was our first attempt to shut down the

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intuitive combinations of the way the brain is actually

supposed to work.

In fact, for those who have a Christian

background, you know Jesus Christ himself said, look at

the little children, watch what they do.

think I heard somebody say something about this earlier,

little children come to the table kind of innocent with

a view of the world that's quite different than the rest

of ours.

You know, I

But the brain activity of children is unique

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and we begin to take that out of them in the structure

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of the way we educate.

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So what Robert Monroe -- he was actually a

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radio engineer.

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had this really weird experience.

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body experience, that he had that kind of threw him.

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You know, it didn't make any sense to him.

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began -- he also noticed that in the background there

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was this kind of noise that he perceived.

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He owned a bunch of radio stations.

He

It's an OBE, an outer

So he

So he began to experiment and he created this

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technique for binaural beat.

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series.

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binaural beat.

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those US patents from 1994, and this is showing the

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brain before the activity, before turning on the

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Hemi-Sync, and this is after, showing a more even

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He developed a whole

In fact, he actually got US patents on a


This is an image taken out of one of

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distribution in a more rhythmic pattern in the

brainwaves as you see in the upper right-hand corner.

Let me roll back again so you can kind of see

the comparison.

activities happening all through the brain, and then a

coherent signal creating a hemispheric balance and an

optimization of brain potential.

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Normal brain, kind of disorganized

So what did he do with this?

He developed a

whole series of things; audio input technology,

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essentially, to manipulate behavior, but where you're in

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control of that manipulation.

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smoking, you get his CD on quit smoking.

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brain in such a way, becomes compelling, very affective.

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So you want to quit


It affects the

Sleep disorders can be addressed in this way.

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They have someone be able to relax, meditation,

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concentration, accelerated learning.

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things can be done.

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over the course of many, many, many, many years, and now

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his daughter doing the work of working with thousands of

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people to determine which signals actually created which

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effects and then developing technology that they could

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place in the hands of individuals to make the choice on

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how to use it.

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A whole array of

And they did this by working with,

Now, that's kind of an interesting way of


looking at technology.

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It was my area of interest, in

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the beginning of all of this work, was not looking for

the dark side of all of this, but in the mid-'80s I got

very interested in light and sound stimulation of the

brain that capitalized on sound signals and flickering

light for brain entrainment.

the brain will follow that external signal or what's

called FFR, frequency following response.

little energy.

Entrain the brain where

So very

Let me roll back to Delgado again.

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One-fiftieth of the amount of energy the earth creates

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is sufficient to move your brain into very specific

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states.

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just another technique for altering brain activity that

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might be beneficial, but you're in control of it, not

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somebody else.

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Dialing that radio up, if you will.

This is

I'm going to skip some of these just because

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they're not so relevant.

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images and let me just go back into the whole dialogue

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of this, mind effects.

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And I'm going to close the

When I think about sort of where do we go with

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this conference, when we put that conference together

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with the Lay Institute, our purpose was to put together

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these really good thinkers to try and see if we could

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create a synergy between them.

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And when I first got interested in doing

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something actively in science, it wasn't about HAARP and

it wasn't about mind control.

would play -- and I was working in a government office

at the time, and it was -- my friend said, you make your

living with your left foot.

living, but the rest of my creativity could be engaged

elsewhere and me working in bureaucracy was really a bad

match.

The role that I thought I

Because I could make my

But the point was, my youngest son, when I was

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getting really frustrated with my work, said, change

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channels.

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You know, I'm thinking about this, because I

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had just given him this discussion about creativity was

14

like changing the channels on the TV set, right, and so

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he's feeding it back, time to change the channels, Dad.

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So I thought about it.

And what I decided I

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would do is -- I read independently in science over 20

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years.

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say, one guy in one branch of science.

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if this person could ever meet that person, you could

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really see something happen.

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I had read some really compelling things from,


I thought, boy,

And the first paper I actually ever presented

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in science, I was 19 and it was at another obscure

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conference that I ended up in on biorhythm research.

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And my paper was contrasting at that time the Soviet

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method of research versus the US method.

method was compartmentalization, separate.

distill things down to the smallest subspecialty and

then push these people into a corner and let them do

this bit of the research.

other people over here and ten other groups over there

and fifteen groups over there, and somewhere all of this

stuff comes together and it gets really sloppy.

It's sloppy because there's a lot of repetition; it's

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Now, the US
You know,

And then you've got nine

Okay.

very expensive.

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Now, the Russians, Soviets at the time, they

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didn't have the money for that kind of research, to

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spread it out that way, and they used a very different

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method.

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fields, even though they didn't seem like they should

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connect.

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together to develop science.

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at the exposures that we had seen earlier, what are the

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regulatory exposures of electromagnetic fields, the

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Russians in the '90s and the '80s were a thousand times

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more stringent than they were in the US.

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They took experts from all of these different

They put them in the same room to work

Well, why was it?

That's why when you look

Because they had actually

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made the observations that we hadn't made and actually

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connected the dots in a way to say, hey, this is

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regulations, because they probably didn't.

whatever was expeditious there.

recognized the physiological responses to

electromagnetic fields and the fact that you could

manipulate it.

They did

But at least they

What was discovered by a guy named Allan Frey,

he was looking at microwaves, and he discovered that

there's this flickering effect, but it only occurred

when you pulse-modulated the signal.

And if you look

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at -- I heard earlier, it's always scalars.

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scalars.

12

fields as we think about them.

13

It's not vectors.

It's always

It's not electromagnetic

But if you look at the ones that affect human

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psychology and physiology, if you look at those signals,

15

they have a very quick rise time and a very fast drop.

16

They're like the punch, like punching that ionosphere to

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create the ELF.

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modulations on these other carriers are meant to trigger

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that effect by you entraining to that pulse, that

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firing, or some submodulation being carried on a general

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carrier.

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It's like those signals.

Those

Now, if you remember the first Gulf War, the

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first Bush War, and you remember how the Iraqi Army just

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sort of gave up.

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just like school children on their first fire drill

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throwing their hands up and surrendering, you know,

thousands of guys to a few dozen.

Now, I speculated on this.

What was that about?


And then it was

Scottish media that later reported on this and said it

was Project Solo, which was a project operated by the

United States.

flying over the country at the time and it was taking

and piggybacking the signal on the radio broadcast going

into the region that were broadcasting the Muslim music

10

And what we did is we had this C-130

and prayers.

11

So all these guys are in their bunkers

12

listening to their favorite radio station.

Unbeknownst

13

to them, the subsignals being played on that broadcast

14

created anxiety, high levels of anxiety and fear.

15

then you watched this Army just collapse under this.

16

And that was kind of the -- in my view, the

And

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first test of could you really do this, could you do it

18

in this adversarial environment.

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And one of my friends joked, hey, it's the

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perfect Republican weapon, right?

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hardware in place, but totally wipe out the population.

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Zbigniew Brzezinski said, in between two ways,

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it doesn't matter if it's Republicans or Conservatives.

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They just use different rationale for accomplishing

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their political ends.

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You can keep all the

On the conservative side, the

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Neocon side, it might be the fascination with gadgetry

and new technology, as Zbigniew Brzezinski said, and on

the liberal side it might be the idea that we're doing

this for your own good.

And we've all heard that before.

The government is here, right?

The fact of the matter is, when you start

thinking about mind control technologies as a concept,

the idea that someone believes that they can interfere

with your free will, this is something that most

10

religions in the world say God won't even do.

11

think this is their appropriate direction in technology,

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to interfere with the way consciousness flows.

13

Yet, men

Now, think about for a moment what are the

14

things that -- what is the easiest way to manipulate

15

consciousness?

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Create an environment of anxiety and fear.

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happens at that point is you cannot reach your higher

18

states of consciousness.

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The easiest way, the simplest way.


Because what

If you look at Monroe, rhythmic patterns in the

20

Hemi-Sync as an example, higher states of consciousness

21

are associated with those rhythmic patterns within the

22

brain; not that incoherent scattering of death and

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information and energy.

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So if you create a certain environment of fear


and anxiety and you look at an EEG monitor and the brain

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activity of an individual, you see it's kind of

scattered in patterns.

higher emotions; love, compassion.

rhythmic patterns.

One person is experiencing


You begin to see

Another simple way of seeing is something that

you can actually measure.

Take two people that are in

love and they -- you know the saying, and I looked into

her eyes, right?

another individual and hold that gaze, you'll begin to

If you actually gaze into the eyes of

10

mirror each other's brain activity in a pretty unique

11

way.

12

long enough.

Two people's breathing begins to

13

synchronize.

Their energy fields begin to synchronize.

Your breathing will even synchronize if you do it

14

And at the same time, their awareness, their

15

intuitions elevate and their rhythmic patterns in the

16

brain can be seen.

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fear -- think about the advertising you see on

18

television.

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breath is, you know?

20

uncomfortable.

21

If you can create an environment of

It's all about how you smell, how your


It's all these things to make you

Think about the 6:00 news.

Now, we heard

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someone talk about the 6:00 news and how that kind of

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works.

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people sit down in front of the television set.

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already fatigued.

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You come home from a hard day at work.

Most
They're

They begin to watch the television.

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And then their spouse hollers, it's time for dinner;

it's time for dinner.

right?

they're in a light trance-like state.

How many of you've been there,

Nobody's listening.

No one's hearing.

Because

Now, if you look in a dark room -- the

television is here -- look behind you at the white wall

and look at the flicker rate.

coherent signal within a certain range through the optic

nerves, your brain will lock onto that signal.

If that flicker rate is a

If you

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monitor the brain activity at that time, you'll drop

11

into this highly-suggestive state and now you listen to

12

the advertising.

13

Now, every school of psychology teaches

14

frequency following response today and that you can

15

create these kinds of effects.

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advertising?

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advertising works so well.

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convincing and compelling.

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Would they apply in

Of course they would.

That's why

It works because it's

When you look at the 6:00 news, would somebody

20

utilize that in broadcasting the news of the latest

21

propaganda from whatever source it's coming from?

22

would speculate -- today I would speculate and say yes.

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When you think about how simple it is to create

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that agitation.

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this whole concept.

could create a complex signal, broadcast it out over a

large area that just created the sense that something's

not right.

And what he said back then was you

Unease.

And then you go watch the 6:00 news and they

indict some specific ethnic group, maybe it's Muslims,

and then a certain amount of that anger gets diverted

that way.

decided on the laser edge of populations, on majorities,

Well, in a day where a lot of things are

10

this is a very, very powerful tool and one quite simple

11

tool to apply in the modern world.

12

When you think about news feeds today, how much

13

is really investigative reporting and how much of it is

14

just spitting out somebody's press release, right?

15

little investigative reporting today because it's

16

expensive, because it's not immediate, and when you look

17

at the news media today, it's almost immediate and most

18

of it is just meant to entertain.

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inform.

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Very

It's not meant to

You know, freedom of the press, it used to have

21

something to do with keeping an informed public so we

22

could make good decisions and we could govern as a

23

public.

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neutral news.

come on.

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And if you really believe it's neutral,

Everybody who assigns a story to a reporter

knows that reporter's biased.

It comes out in the news and what gets published and

what doesn't.

the news?

up.

But no one has really taken it on as a topic and

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The editors have bias.

How many stories about mind control hit

Occasionally.

The economists might pick it

Somebody might pick up a little bit, a piece of it.

consistently pursued it.

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Yet, when you think about modern technology and

12

the resolution -- now, we've been talking about things

13

that have happened in the past, and somebody even

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mentioned this, MK-ULTRA is a program -- you've heard it

15

alluded to.

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subprojects under it.

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That was the CIA's program.

It had 144

Most of the records surrounding that were

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shredded by a guy named Gottlieb, who was responsible

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for that at the Central Intelligence Agency during the

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Church Committee hearings.

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truth back then.

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this, has become increasingly refined as our technology

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has advanced.

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We never really got the

But the resolution, the ability to do

When you think about technological advances,


one of the things I read says that technology from the

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invention of the wheel to where we are today, it doubles

about every nine to ten months.

Invention of the wheel to where we are today, ten months

from now we're going to double that, and then we're

going to keep doing that.

Wow.

Think about it.

It used to be every five years in the 1980s,

and it kept shrinking as our computing power increased

and our ability to manipulate large amounts of data

increased.

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Now, a super computer, think about a super

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computer.

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was doing this work, about 280 teraflops a second, which

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at that time would be like six billion people on the

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planet with hand calculators doing a calculation every

15

60 seconds for 60 hours to do what that super computer

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could do in a second.

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A super computer will do somewhere, when I

Well, the next evolution -- some think it's

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already here -- are the quantum computers.

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the quantum computer do?

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will do what a super computer does in a trillion years.

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It's back to this analogy of how much EMF do we have out

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there.

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What will

A quantum computer in one hour

Well, think about the same kind of

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amplification and computing power.

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as a concept.

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You look at privacy

It doesn't exist in the world today,

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right?

tracked, whether it's your GPS on your phone, whether

it's your phone conversations -- in the United States,

every piece of mail is photographed for who it went to

and who sent it.

Virtually everything about us is catalogued,

When you think about your telecommunications,

your Internet connections, Google, AT&T, Verizon, all of

them have violated the very essence of what personal

privacy is all about.

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Because today, in the 21st Century, we need a

11

revolution, an evolution of what privacy is all about.

12

Because you, experiencing the victimization of this

13

technology, are the pinnacle of the abuse.

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is subject to abuse of personal privacy.

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But everyone

You used to think about it, it would start and

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end in our physical doorway in our home.

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in your home compared to what is in data banks stored on

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every single human being in this room.

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It has nothing

Now, people say, oh, don't worry about it.

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don't have the ability to collect.

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resolution to look into it.

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that resolution.

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computing first will be able to hack through every

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security code for every system on the planet within

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hours.

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We

We don't have the

Quantum computers will give

Whichever government finds quantum

They'll be able to predict with so much accuracy

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by collecting all that data and analyzing that data, it

will almost seem a spiritual event.

But it will only be accurate up to a certain

point.

And over time that flaw will amplify to where it's big

flaws.

guide our world, to guide our ideas, our philosophy, and

how we pursue the world.

And then there will be a little bit of a flaw.

But we'll rely increasingly on these systems to

The Internet.

What people think about that is

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the world wide mind of the 21st Century.

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Public Broadcasting System, did a special called "The

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World Wide Mind".

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I say within 20 years or even now -- maybe it already

14

exists now -- but within 20 years that you'll be able to

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connect the physical minds of all of the people on the

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planet in a world wide mind.

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PBS, our

And they say within 100 years -- and

Now, that might appeal to some.

It doesn't

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really appeal to me from the standpoint of technology.

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I think we already have that on a certain level.

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think we already are connected on a certain level.

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belief systems limit our ability to access that level,

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but I believe it's here.

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I
Our

And I've seen enough demonstrations of it.

You

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know, all those scientists I had in that room for that

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mind effects conference, the part that really blew me

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away that I didn't expect was what they really centered

on was the idea -- and this was Rosalie Bertell, the nun

and physicist, and she said that the next leap is going

to be the leap where we realize or we recognize or we

remember our extrasensory perceptions, our anonymous

capabilities as human beings and that becomes the next

evolution of the human kind.

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9

And what suppresses that is fear and anxiety,


because you cannot reach those cases of consciousness as

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long as you're in fear and anxiety.

And anyone who

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purports or is a victim of these technologies, do you

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have anxiety, do you have fear?

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you have the ability to reach those higher states of

14

consciousness in that condition?

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not possible.

Of course you do.

Do

It's physiologically

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So when you think about entire populations,

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whether it's religion injecting fear or whether it's

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government injecting fear or as my friend used to say,

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you know, the king keeps you poor and the church keeps

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you dumb, kind of was the early idea when you think

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about how things evolved in Europe several hundred years

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ago.

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When you think about modern technology on the

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backdrop of that concept, what's changed?

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You know, 6,000 wars

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in 4,000 years, most of them over religion; let me give

you a clue, God doesn't need any help killing anybody.

God can probably do it himself or herself.

The fact of the matter is, the idea that people

would just be evil on -- and I think I heard earlier

today that the psychopaths are in the minority.

believe they are.

people, they're out there, but they're not this mass.

Most people do things because they believe they're

I think really evil-to-the-core

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right, and then they want to impose their rightness on

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other people.

12

And this is kind of a mistake and then we end

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up in this conflict between ideas without being fair and

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recognizing people's right to disagree.

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said earlier, certain things you can't say in Germany.

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Certain things you can't say in a movie theater, too.

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You know, you can't yell fire.

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sense.

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And I heard it

Now, it makes good

You don't want to yell fire in a movie theater.


Some would say what we're doing here is yelling

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fire in a movie theater because we're letting people

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know what we know, what we've concluded from a good deal

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of research.

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You know, my books are written, every page at

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the bottom of each page are the footnotes.

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find that distracting.

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Some of you

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the information came from as I'm reading it, not a week

later as I'm contemplating it.

source.

I want to know the

And so in the publications that I've written,

1600 source documents, reviews out of a matrix of a

hundred thousand that we had available to us, more or

less.

have made it into four books on technology dealing with

mind effects, dealing with HAARP, dealing with personal

20,000 have made it into my archives and 1600

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privacy issues.

11

the last four years.

12

A lot of the things go unreleased in

You can look at my publications from 1999 and

13

2000, and you'll see the same things, because the old

14

literature showed enough to come to those conclusions.

15

When I testified in the European Parliament in

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the '90s, at their invitation -- and this was another --

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a good side story for technology.

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name of Thomas Spencer, he was from the UK, he was a

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Parliamentarian at the time, and he was the Chairman of

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the Environmental Subcommittee of the European

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Parliament.

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given him the book on HAARP and he was very interested

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in this.

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I flew to Brussels and spent a few days with him talking

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about the issue and brought with me a couple feet of

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A gentleman by the

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unclassified documents for his research team to take a

look at.

What happened then is he moved in the European

Parliament -- he was a Conservative, by the way, and he

moved into a Foreign Affairs Chairman, a very powerful

position, an ideal position for dealing with the things

that we were dealing with at the time.

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So we -- at his invitation, I came over to


testify in front of the group on security and

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disarmament in the European Parliament on HAARP and on

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non-lethal weapons, the kinds of things we've been

12

talking about today, the manipulation of human beings.

13

Now, they do it a lot differently than we do it

14

in the US.

In the US, when you have public hearings,

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the public actually gets to come.

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Parliament, the public meeting is you have to have an

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invitation to come.

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know, I hadn't really thought much about that.

In the European

So that's kind of different.

You

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And they also -- they can also do things behind

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closed doors, which, you know, we theoretically can't do

21

in the United States.

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the public invited or the media invited.

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You can't have a meeting without

So what happened the night before the hearing

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is the Committee met with myself, one of the other

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people testifying, and a member of the press and we

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spent five and a half hours in a non-official meeting to

talk about these issues, so that when we actually gave

our testimony the following day, they would have

formulated a set of questions to give us the opportunity

to follow along.

because then they at least had a good base of knowledge.

So it was a great way to do it,

Now, in that private meeting we demonstrated a

technology using infrasound where you could transfer

sound through electrodes attached to the skin where you

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would perceive that proverbial voice in the head.

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demonstrated that to the Parliamentarians in that closed

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session.

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We

And then we went into the hearing the following

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day.

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her, testifying on our side.

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the gentleman's name, but he was from a group called

17

GRIP in Brussels that does research on weapon systems

18

particularly and he had done his Master's thesis on

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HAARP, and so he was there.

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And it was Rosalie Bertell, which is where I met


It was -- I can't remember

We had someone from the International Red Cross

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that had done work on non-lethal weapons and was a

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specialist in this particular area.

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there.

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And then I was

We each got 15 minutes to present.

And then I

got an hour of questions from the committee in the open

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hearing where I had the opportunity to talk about some

of these things.

been this incident in Japan where children watching a

cartoon that had a certain flicker rate had caused over

700 children to go to the hospital with epileptic

seizures.

a problem, right?

to go into the hospital.

And right around that time there had

Now, remember, non-ionizing radiation is not


A flicker of the TV caused 700 kids

Now, some say that was by design.

Some say

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that was by accident.

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for talking about non-ionizing radiation in the European

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Parliament because they had all read that story.

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fresh.

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But it was a perfect illustration

It was

The other thing demonstrating infrasound,

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something that had never been demonstrated, to my

16

knowledge, in that type of a meeting, to show that you

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could actually transfer sound without necessarily

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involving the ears.

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Now, there's another technology that was

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advanced by a guy named Woody Norris -- he won the

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Lemelson Prize at MIT for this particular technology,

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and I believe the year was 2004.

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Norris -- and his was using acoustic heterodyne where he

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could send in two signals from two different sources,

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point them at an individual in the crowd, and they would

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hear this voice in their head and nobody else would hear

it.

Well, he won a half a million dollars for that

prize, organized a company called ATCO.

them up.

technology to the military for perimeter protection.

You know, where they could have these sort of alarm

systems so when the protestors got too close they'd hear

these warning signs that nobody else was hearing.

10

They're a public company.

You can look

And he sold that

Now, you think about that for a moment.

11

Imagine -- this is why the European Parliament got

12

interested, because we used this illustration.

13

imagine a national leader standing up in front of a

14

group and all of a sudden they hear voices in their head

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that nobody else hears.

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right?

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what that technology can do.

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demonstration.

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Now,

That's the end of that guy,

I mean, he's out of there.

And that's exactly

And that was one

Now, some have said that you can pulse modulate

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on a single beam and create the same effect or utilize

21

something like HAARP, not so much for voice in the head,

22

but for certainly changing emotional state of large

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segments of the population.

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When we looked at all of this, we even looked


back -- you know, where else could this have been used?

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And there was a device in Vietnam called the Lida

machine, L-i-d-a.

named Ross Adey, who is, unfortunately, also deceased.

Ross Adey was brilliant and was utilized by the

government, by private sector as an expert in these

kinds of areas.

A guy who researched this was a guy

Well, he was asked to look at -- this

particular device had been captured during the Vietnam

War.

It was a Russian device.

And it created the

10

entrainment effect using flickering light and sound.

11

And they used it for interrogating prisoners by putting

12

them into that, like, trance-like state and then

13

extracting intelligence from them.

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1960s.

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Now, that's the

Again, this is low resolution, low technology.


As computing powers increased, as our knowledge

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in human physiology has increased, as our knowledge of

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the electromagnetic nature of human beings has

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increased, the ability to manipulate large segments of

19

the population comes easily achieved, either as a side

20

effect or unfortunate disaster of our technology.

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You mentioned Swiss Re, Swiss Re Insurance.

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Swiss Re Insurance wrote a paper on Electrosmog.

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believe it was 2002.

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industry then, don't insure electromagnetic field

25

effects because it will result in a bigger lawsuit than

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Firestone on their tires or the smoking industry,

because the knowledge is here and now and nobody insures

that risk.

Lloyd's of London insures anything, but they

won't insure that risk.

Nobody does.

Because insurance

companies don't like to lose money.

that.

before cell phones were invented, the University of

Washington had investigated those very same frequencies

It's as simple as

And yet the telecom industry on cell phones --

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on chick embryo studies and determined they were

11

harmful.

12

Cell phones didn't exist then.


Then cell phones come out and everything's safe

13

all of a sudden.

14

says, now, wait a minute, we did all this research.

15

This is a dangerous thing.

16

a powerful adversary.

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That same guy that did that research

But the telecom industry is

So it went to the Congress.

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There was a guy in Florida.

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controversy.

20

said, we need a study.

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pay for the study.

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study.

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You remember this.

Brain cancer.

It ended up in the Congress.

Big
Congress

So the industry says, oh, we'll

They spend 25 million dollars on the

I can't remember the guy's name who did it, but

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he eventually published a book because his findings

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were, hey, this is dangerous.

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report.

they got the 25 million into his queue.

it all on these projects.

himself.

5
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They figured, hey, they got him.

You know,
He got to spend

He got to make some money

Hey, he's our man.


Well, he wasn't.

This guy actually had some

integrity, and I apologize for not recalling his name.

A VOICE:

DR. BEGICH:

A VOICE:

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George Carlo.
Which one is it?

George Carlo.

DR. BEGICH:

George Carlo, that's correct.

And

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he wrote a book called, "Cell Phones", a very important

12

book.

13

And when it comes to children, one of his

14

observations was -- he had the simple observation of

15

damage to skulls.

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five-year-old, 400 percent more energy transfers to the

17

skull into the brain than an adult.

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twelve-year-old, approximately 200 percent.

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You know, you have a four-year-old, a

Ten-year-old,

This is one of the main reasons why you don't

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want children using cell phones or, even worse, the

21

portable phone in the home because it's even less

22

efficient with the battery and the energy with even more

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leakage.

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phone today where you actually pick it up and talk into

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Try and find a hard line

You can't even find them anymore.

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impossible to find.

When you look at what we have learned about

human physiology and the effects of electromagnetic

fields on the human physiology, it is the revolution in

science that will collapse the pharmacuetical industry

one day.

recognize that the pea in the soup of electromagnetic

radiation has been the cause and the root to most of the

chronic disease we see on the planet today.

10

And one day we're going to wake up and

When you combine that with that concept that I

11

used, that example of iodine, everyone has a little bit,

12

now you have these complex interactions, 5,000 new

13

chemicals are introduced or compounds introduced to the

14

public every year without really any serious studies,

15

and then you add this on top of it, and now you have a

16

very toxic world.

17

manipulation from the propaganda of World War II to the

18

downloading of that.

19

achieve?

20

personnel with a download.

Blap.

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years' worth of education.

Now, let's go on.

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And then you take the technology of

What does the military hope to

They want to be able to train military

And now here's the thing.

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kind of education.

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programming.

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thinking involved.

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Think about that

No critical thinking involved.

It's like writing to a disk.


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No critical

Curriculum

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controls the way in which our society goes.

risk.

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This is the

What about evidence in courtrooms when you can

create a synthetic memory or wipe one out?

that do to a Democratic Republic or a Democracy where

people have the power?

us as we become increasingly transparent to governmental

agencies and they become increasingly opaque.

What does

That power has been taken from

It is the opposite of what should be occurring.

10

There shouldn't be a camera in every household.

11

should be a camera in every government office.

12

the technology's there.

13

and look at what our employees are doing, right?

14

Wouldn't you like to be able to dial up your

15

Congressional office and see that conversation they're

16

having in real time?

17

that?

18

There
Because

We should be able to dial in

And why shouldn't we be able to do

What do they have to hide?


You know, you think about government and you

19

start saying that and, you know, the only people

20

protected from that kind of intrusion in the US are

21

federal employees.

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protection than the average citizen within the country

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that I live in.

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They have a higher level of

For what?

And when you think about government, everyone


points to the politician.

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politicians are ignorant.

parties in the United States the preference is to have

people that are -- they look like the news announcer,

but they couldn't think their way out of a phone booth,

right?

they couldn't think their way out of one.

want people that are smart enough to look good, but not

smart enough to think on their own.

politician for political parties, because they can be

10

In fact, most political

We don't even have a phone booth anymore, but


Because they

That's the ideal

told what to do.

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Look at how much money is being spent in

12

political outcomes.

13

have pointed and looked at, like, Australia to mandatory

14

voting.

15

Huge amounts of money.

Some people

Everybody votes now.


Worst possible thing that you could ever do.

16

And here's why:

17

pulls the lever?

18

maybe 20 percent of the population votes, but at least

19

they're informed.

20

When the population doesn't vote, who


Those that are informed, right?

So

They've educated themselves.

If you force people to vote to keep their

21

driver's license, their medical benefits, or whatever

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social programs you've got running and you say, you will

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vote, now who decides what they vote on?

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buy the 30-second or one-minute ad on TV that influences

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them.

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The moment they walk into the booth, they go, ah,

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and pull the lever.

A very dangerous situation.

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Now we have a dangerous situation.

Democracy is something that each of us have to

claim internally.

The change that people are looking

for in this group happens by a change in consciousness,

by us recognizing what we are as human beings,

recognizing the potential that we have.

know what these government programs yielded?

points to the fear side of the equation.

Because you
Everybody

But what they

10

really discovered was that every single soul, every

11

human being has this anomalous capability.

12

Now, imagine if we could awaken those

13

capabilities, could you hide anything?

14

people could literally look into the mind of another

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person, that makes a politician pretty vulnerable,

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wouldn't it?

17

I mean, if

That is the next evolution that I believe is

18

happening and it's the only evolution, the only

19

revolution that can change the way things are.

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starts with human consciousness.

21

believe to be right and true and beginning to act on it.

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Not from a foundation of fear, but a foundation of

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It starts with what we

You know, somebody asked me once, what do you


think about faith?

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right and true and you step into it on the idea that you

can achieve it.

You believe it.

So many people I've seen in this work, they

keep jumping into things beyond their belief.

don't believe they can achieve it.

and they fail, and they keep failing.

are doing good work otherwise step back, do what you can

do with confidence, do what you can do with knowledge,

don't wait for a group to form.

They try it anyway


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The group's already

10

here.

It's called the human race.

11

to be right and true.

12

up, learn from it, and move forward.

13

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Act on what you know

If you make a mistake, clean it

When you look across this room and you look at

14

all these folks with a little bit of gray hair, and

15

you've got the gray hair not by all of those great

16

things that happened in your life, but by the real

17

disasters that happened in your life.

18

think about bad news is a stimulation for good news.

19

You know, you

People ask me, you know your father's

20

disappearance, disappeared off the face of the earth,

21

that must have been a horrible thing.

22

the time.

23

life because it altered my course.

24
25

Yeah, it was at

I consider it the most important event in my

The worst things in our lives alter our course,


change our direction, activate that higher potential

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that cause us to rise out of the ashes of our apathy and

our defeats and stand on our feet again and move

forward.

The pain that people experience today is the

catalyst for the solutions tomorrow, whether we like it

or not, whether it's falling down as a two-year-old or

standing up as an adult.

our ethics, on the basis of our values, and we

reinvigorate and let go of the fear and recognize what

If we stand up on the basis of

10

we are as creative beings, we have the potential to make

11

change.

12

And with that, I'll open it to questions.

13

(Applause.)

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Stan J. Caterbone
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance,


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Stan J. Caterbone/Advanced Media Group Biography


Present - Advanced Media Group, President, Owner, and Founder.
In 1987 I became a federal whistleblower for the case of local defense contractor International Signal
and Control, or ISC. ISC was a black ops program for the NSA and CIA that was convicted in 1992 for
an elaborate scheme to arm Iraq and other Middle Eastern countries with a broad array of weapons,
most notably cluster bombs. It was the third larges fraud in U.S. History at that time. I have been a
victim of organized stalking since 1987 and a victim of electronic and direct energy weapons since 2005.
I had also been telepathic since 2005. In 2005 the U.S. Sponsored Mind Control turned into an all-out
assault of mental telepathy; synthetic telepathy; hacking of all electronic devices; vandilism and thefts
of personal property, extortions, intellectual property violations, obstruction of justice; violations of due
process; thefts and modifications of court documents; and pain and torture through the use of directed
energy devices and weapons that usually fire a low frequency electromagnetic energy at the targeted
victim. This assault was no coincidence in that it began simultaneously with the filing of the federal
action in U.S. District Court, or CATERBONE v. Lancaster County Prison, et. al., or 05-cv-2288. This
assault began after the handlers remotely trained/sychronized Stan J. Caterbone with mental telepathy.
The main difference opposed to most other victims of this technology is that I am connected 24/7 with
the same person who declares telepathically she is a known celebrity. Over the course of 10 years I
have been telepathic with at least 20 known persons and have spent 10 years trying to validate and
confirm their identities without success. Most U.S. intelligence agencies refuse to cooperate, and the
Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Attorney's Office refuse to comment and act on the
numerous formal complaints that are filed in their respective offices. Most complaints are focused on
the routine victimization's of a targeted individual including but not limited to stalking, harassment,
threats, vandalism, thefts, extortion, burglaries, false imprisonments, fabricated mental health warrants
or involuntary commitments, pain and torture to the body, and most often the cause of obstruction of
justice is the computer hacking.
I have a very sophisticated and authentic library of evidence of the use of U.S. Sponsored Mind Control
technologies on my father and brother that dates back to the 1940's while my father was in the U.S.
Navy after he graduated with honors from Air Gunners School in Florida, including an affidavit motorized
and authenticated by my father in 1996. My brother served in the U.S. Air force and was victim to LSD
experiments of the infamous MKULTRA program in the late 1960's.
In 2015 I filed an amicus curie on behalf of Lisa Michelle Lambert who was convicted in 1992 of the
murder of Laurie Show, both of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. I currently am in litigation in the U.S. Third
Circuit Court of Appeals and in February of 2016 Lisa Michelle Lambert published her book titled
Corruption in Lancaster County My Story, which is available in bookstores and on Amazon.com. I
am in frequent contact with her co-author, Dave Brown of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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In 2009 I Proposed an ORGANIZED STALKING AND DIRECTED ENERGY WEAPONS HARASSMENT BILL
to Pennsylvania House of Representative Mike Sturla (Lancaster, Pennsylvania) and City of Lancaster
Mayor Richard Gray in 2009. The draft legislation is the work of Missouri House of Representative Jim
Guest, who has been working on helping victims of these horrendous crimes for years. The bill will
provide protections to individuals who are being harassed, stalked, harmed by surveillance, and
assaulted; as well as protections to keep individuals from becoming human research subjects, tortured,
and killed by electronic frequency devices, directed energy devices, implants, and directed energy
weapons. I again reintroduced the bill to the Pennsylvania General Assembly in 2015 and frequented
the Pennsylvania Capitol trying to find support and a sponsor; which I still do to this day.
In 2006 I began his role as an Activist Shareholder for Fulton Financial, which is listed as "FULT" on the
NASDAQ stock exchange. As a founder of Financial Management Group, Ltd., a full service financial firm,
Stan J. Caterbone has drawn upon the success in developing the strategic vision for his company and
the experience gained in directing the legal affairs and public offering efforts in dealing with Fulton
Financial. I have been in recent discussions with the Fulton Financial Board of Directors with regards to
various complaints dealing with such issues as the Resource Bank acquisition and the subprime failures.
I believe that Fulton Financial needs management to become more aggressive in it's strategic planning
and the performance it expects from it's management team in order to increase shareholder value.
Expanding the footprint of the regional bank has not yielded an increase to the bottom line that is
consistent with the expectations of shareholders. Lancaster County has seen several local banking
institutions acquired by larger regional banks, thus increasing the competition Fulton Financial will see in
it's local marketplace as well as in it's regional footprint.
In 2005 I, as a Pro Se Litigant filed several civil actions as Plaintiffs that are in current litigation in the
United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the United States Third District
Court of Appeals, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, The Pennsylvania Superior Court, the
Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania, The Court of Common Pleas of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
These litigations include violations of intellectual property rights, anti-trust violations, and interference
of contracts relating to several business interests. Central to this litigation is the Digital Movie, Digital
Technologies, Financial Management Group, Ltd,/FMG Advisory, Ltd., and its affiliated businesses along
with a Federal False Claims Act or Federal Whistleblowers Act regarding the firm of International Signal
and Control, Plc., (ISC) the $1Billion Dollar Fraud and the Export violations of selling arms to South
Africa and Iraq. This litigation dates back to 1987. Stan J. Caterbone was a shareholder of ISC, and was
solicited by ISC executives for professional services. The Federal False Claims Act is currently part of
RICO Civil Complaint in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the
Third Circuit Court of Appeals, as docket no. 05-2288.
In 2005 Advanced Media Group/Project Hope filed a Civil Action in the Court of Common Pleas of
Lancaster County against Drew Anthon and the Eden Resort Inn for their attempts to withhold the
Tourism Tax and Hotel Tax that supports the Downtown Lancaster Convention Center & Marriot. We also
proposed an alternative plan to move the Convention Center to the Hotel Brunswick and Lancaster
Square to all of the major stakeholders. The Lancaster County Convention Center is finally under
construction with a March 2009 Opening date.
In 2005 I was selected to attend the Clinton Global Initiative in New York City after submission of
an essay with and application. I received the invitation from Bruce R. Lindsey, Chief Executive Officer of
the William J. Clinton Foundation.
In 2005 I began our philanthropic endeavors by spending our energies and working with such
organizations as; ONE.org, Livestrong.org, WoundedWarriors.org, The Clinton Global Initiative,
Lancaster Convention Center Authority, Lancaster Chamber of Commerce, Toms Project Hope, People to
People International, GlobalWarming.org, Contact Lancaster/24 Hour Suicide Hotline, Schreiber Pediatric
Center, and numerous others.

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In 2004 I embarked on our past endeavors in the music and entertainment industries with an emphasis
on assisting for the fair and equitable distribution of artists rights and royalties in the fight against
electronic piracy. We have attempted to assist in developing new business models to address the
convergence of physical and electronic mediums; as it displaces royalties and revenues for those
creating, promoting, and delivering a range of entertainment content via wireless networks.
In 2000 to 2002 I developed an array of marketing and communication tools for wholesalers of the
AIM Investment Group and managed several communication programs for several of the company
wholesalers throughout the United States and Costa Rica. We also began a Day Trading project that
lasted until 2004 with success.
In 1999 I developed a comprehensive business plan to develop the former Sprecher Brewery, known as
the Excelsior Building on E. King Street, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. This plan was developed in
conjunction with the Comprehensive Economic Development Plan for the Revitalization of Downtown
Lancaster and the Downtown Lancaster Convention Center for the former Watt & Shand building.
In 1999 I contributed to the debate, research, and implementation of strategies to counter the effects
of the global Y2K threat to the worlds computer technologies. I attended the U.S. Sponsored Y2K
symposium and Conference in Washington, D.C. hosted by the Senate Y2K Subcommittee and Senator
William Bennett.
In 1998 I had began to administer the charity giving of Toms Project Hope, a non-profit organization
promoting education and awareness for mental illness and suicide prevention. We had provided funding
for the Mental Health Alliance of Lancaster County, Contact Lancaster (The 24/7 Suicide Prevention
Hotline), The Schreiber Pediatric Center, and other charitable organizations and faith based charities.
The video "Numbers Don't Lie" have been distributed to schools, non profit organizations, faith based
initiatives, and municipalities to provide educational support for the prevention of suicide and to bring
awareness to mental illness problems.
In 1996 I had done consulting for companies under KAL, Inc., during the time that I was controller of
Pflumm Contractors, Inc., I was retained by Gallo Rosso Restaurant and Bar to computerized their
accounting and records management from top to bottom. I had also provided consulting for the
computerization of accounting and payroll for Lancaster Container, Inc., of Washington Boro. I was
retained to evaluate and develop an action plan to migrate the Informations Technologies of the Jay
Group, formally of Ronks, PA, now relocated to a new $26 Million Dollar headquarters located in West
Hempfield Township of Lancaster County. The Jay Group had been using IBM mainframe technologies
hosted by the AS 400 computer and server. I was consulting on the merits of migrating to a PC based
real time networking system throughout the entire organization. Currently the Jay Group employees
some 500 employees with revenues in excess of $50 Million Dollars per year.
In 1993 I was retained by Pflumm Contractors, Inc., as controller, and was responsible for saving the
company from a potential bankruptcy. At that time, due to several unpaid contracts, the company was
facing extreme pressure from lenders and the bonding insurance company. We were responsible for
implementing computerized accounting, accounting and contract policies and procedures, human
resource policies and procedures, marketing strategies, performance measurement reporting, and
negotiate for the payment of unpaid contracts. The bonding company was especially problematic, since
it was the lifeline to continue work and bidding for public contracts. The Bank of Lancaster County
demanded a complete accounting of the operations in order to stave off a default on the notes and loans
it was holding. We essentially revamped the entire operation. Within 3 years, the company realized an
increase in profits of 3 to 4 times its previous years, and record revenues.

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In 1991 I was elected to People to People International and the Citizen Ambassador Program, which
was founded by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1956. The program was founded to To give
specialists from throughout the world greater opportunities to work together and effectively
communicate with peers, The Citizen Ambassador program administers face-to-face scientific, technical,
and professional exchanges throughout the world. In 1961, under President John F. Kennedy, the State
Department established a non-profit private foundation to administer the program. We were scheduled
to tour the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe to discuss printing and publishing technologies with
scientists and technicians around the world.
In 1990 I had worked on developing voice recognition systems for the governments technology think
tank - NIST (National Institute for Standards & Technology). I co-authored the article Escaping the Unix
Tar Pit with a scientist from NIST that was published in the magazine DISC, then one of the leading
publications for the CD-ROM industry. Today, most all call centers deploy that technology whenever you
call an 800 number, and voice recognition is prevalent in all types of applications involving
telecommunications.
In 1989 I had founded Advanced Media Group, Ltd., and was one of only 5 or 6 U.S. domestic
companies that had the capability to manufacture CD-ROM's. We did business with commercial
companies, government agencies, educational institutions, and foreign companies. I performed services
and contracts for the Department of Defense, NASA, National Institution of Standards & Technology
(NIST), Department of Defense, The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), and the
Defense Mapping Agency, Central Intelligence Agency, (CIA), IBM, Microsoft, AMP, Commodore
Computers, American Bankers Bond Buyers, and a host of others. I also was working with R.R,
Donnelly's Geo Systems, which was developing various interactive mapping technologies, which is now a
major asset of Map Quest. Map Quest is the premier provider of mapping software and applications for
the internet and is often used in delivering maps and directions for Fortune 500 companies. We had
arranged for High Industries to sell American Helix, the manufacturer of compact discs, to R.R. Donnelly.
We had brokered a deal and the executives from Donnellys Chicago headquarters flew to Lancaster to
discuss the deal and perform due diligence of the manufacturing facility located in the Greenfield
Industrial Park.
In 1987 Power Station Studios of New York and Tony Bongiovi retained me as executive producer
of a motion picture project. The theatrical and video release was to be delivered in a digital format; the
first of its kind. We had originated the marketing for the technology, and created the concept for the
Power Station Digital Movie System (PSDMS), which would follow the copyright and marketing formula
of the DOLBY technology trademark.
We had also created and developed marketing and patent research for the development and
commercialization of equipment that we intended to manufacture and market to the recording industry
featuring the digital technology. Sidel, Gonda, Goldhammer, and Abbot, P.C. of Philadelphia was the lead
patent law firm that We had retained for the project. Power Station Studios was the brainchild of Tony
Bongiovi, a leading engineering genius discovered by Motown when he was 15. Tony and Power Station
Studios was one of the leading recording studios in the country, and were responsible for developing Bon
Jovi, a cousin. Power Station Studios clients included; Bruce Springsteen, Diana Ross, Cyndi Lauper,
Talking Heads, Madonna, The Ramones, Steve Winwood, and many others. Tony and Power Station
Studios had produced the original Sound Track for the original Star Wars motion picture. It was
released for distribution and was the number one Sound Track recording of its time.
Tony Bongiovi was also active in working and researching different aerospace technologies. * We had
developed and authored a Joint Venture Proposal for SONY to partner with us in delivering the Digital
Movie and its related technologies to the marketplace. The venture was to include the commercialization
of technologies, which Tony Bongiovi had developed for the recording industry simultaneously with the
release of the Digital Movie.

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I also created the concept for the PSDMS trademark, which was to be the Trademark logo for the
technology, similar to the DOLBY sound systems trademark. The acronyms stand for the Power Station
Digital Movie System. Today, DVD is the mainstay for delivering digital movies on a portable medium, a
compact disc.
In 1987 I had a created and developed FMG Mortgage Banking, a company that was funded by a major
banking firm in Houston Texas. We had the capability to finance projects from $3 to $100 million dollars.
Our terms and rates were so attractive that we had quickly received solicitations from developers across
the country. We were also very attractive to companies that wanted to raise capital that include both
debt and equity. Through my company, FMG, we could raise equity funding through private placements,
and debt funding through FMG Mortgage Banking. We were retained by Gamillion Studios of Hollywood,
California to secure financing of their postproduction Film Studio that was looking to relocate to North
Carolina. We had secured refinancing packages for Norris Boyd of and the Olde Hickory and were in the
midst of replacing the current loan that was with Commonwealth National Bank. We had meetings and
discussions with Drew Anton of the Eden Resort, for refinancing a portion of his debt portfolio. We were
quickly seeking commitments for real estate deals from New York to California. We also had a number of
other prominent local developers seeking our competitive funding, including Owen Kugal, High
Industries, and the Marty Sponougle a partner of The Fisher Group (owner of the Rt. 30 Outlets). We
were constantly told that our financing packages were more competitive than local institutions.
In 1986 I had founded Financial Management Group, Ltd (FMG); a large financial services organization
comprised of a variety of professionals operating in one location. We had developed a stock purchase
program for where everyone had the opportunity for equity ownership in the new firm. FMG had
financial planners, investment managers, accountants, attorneys, realtors, liability insurance services,
tax preparers, and estate planners operating out of our corporate headquarters in Lancaster. In one
year, we had 24 people on staff, had approximately 12 offices in Pennsylvania, and
several satellite offices in other states. We had in excess of $50 million under management, and our
advisors were generating almost $4 million of commissions, which did not include the fees from the
other professionals. We had acquired our own Broker Dealer firm and were valued at about $3 to $4
million.
In 1985 I developed the Easter Regional Free Agent Camp, the first Free Agent Camp for the
Professional Football industry; which was videotaped for distribution to the teams scouting departments.
(See Washington Post page article of March 24, 1985) Current camps were dependant on the team
scouts to travel from state to state looking for recruits. We had developed a strategy of video taping the
camp and the distributing a copy, free of charge to the teams, to all of the scouting departments for
teams in all three leagues FL, CFL and WFL. My brother was signed at that camp by the Ottawa
Roughriders of the CFL, and went on to be a leading receiver while J.C. Watts was one of the leagues
most prominent quarterbacks. My brother also played 2 years with the Miami Dolphins while Dan Marino
was starting quarterback. We were a Certified Agent for the National Football League Players
Association. Gene Upshaw, the President of the NFLPA had given me some helpful hints for my camp,
while we were at a Conference for agents of the NFL. The Washington Post wrote a full-page article
about our camp and associated it with other camps that were questionable about their practices.
Actually, that was the very reason for our camp. We had attended many other camps around the
country that were not very well organized and attracted few if any scouts. We had about 60 participants,
with one player coming from as far away as Hawaii. We held the camp at Lancaster Catholic, with a
professional production company filming the entire camp, while I did the editing and produced the video.
The well respected and widely acclaimed professional football scout, Gil Brandt, of the Dallas Cowboys,
had given me support for my camp during some conversations We had with him and said he looked
forward to reviewing the tapes for any hopeful recruits.

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In 1985 I was elected Vice President of the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the International
Association of Financial Planners, and helped build that chapter by increasing membership 3to 4 times.
We had personally retained the nationally acclaimed and nationally syndicated Financial Planner, Ms.
Alexandria Armstrong of Washington D.C.; to host a major fundraiser. More than 150 professionals
attended the dinner event that was held at the Eden Resort & Conference Center. Ms. Armstrong
discussed financial planning and how all of the professions needed to work together in order to be most
effective for their clients. We attracted a wide variety of professionals including; brokers, lawyers,
accountants, realtors, tax specialists, estate planners, bankers, and investment advisors. Today, it has
become evident that financial planning was the way of the future. In 1986 executives approached us
from Blue Ball National Bank to help them develop a Financial Planning department within their bank.
In 1984 I had helped to develop strategic planning for Sandy Weill, former President of Citi Group (the
largest banking entity in the U.S). We were one of several associates asked to help advise on the future
of Financial Planning and how it would impact the brokerage and the investment industry at large. Mr.
Weil was performing due diligence for the merger of American Express and IDS (Investors Diversified
Services). We were at that time a national leader in the company in delivering Fee Based Financial
Planning Services, which was a new concept in the investment community and mainstream investors.
That concept is now widely held by most investment advisers.
Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania

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Lancaster, PA 17603
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ACTIVE COURT CASES
J.C. No. 03-16-90005 Office of the Circuit Executive, United States Third Circuit Court of
Appeals - COMPLAINT OF JUDICIALMISCONDUCT OR DISABILITY re 15-3400 and 16-1149
U.S.C.A. Third Circuit Court of Appeals Case No. 16-1149;15-3400; 16-1001; 07-4474
U.S. District Court Eastern District of PA Case No. 15-03984; 14-02559; 05-2288; 06-4650
Superior Court of Pennsylvania Case No. 1561 MDA 2015; 1519 MDA 2015
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Case No. 08-13373; 15-10167; 06-03349, CI-06-03401
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for The Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case No. 16-10157

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Article 1 of 348, 1997365478
Published on Decem ber 31, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

LAMBERT'S LAWYER ASSAILS RULING


Lisa Michelle Lambert's attorney Tuesday denounced an appellate court's
decision to effectively reinstate his client's 1992 first-degree murder
conviction, saying he will do whatever he can "to get it undone.". Peter S.
Greenberg, a Philadelphia lawyer, spoke by telephone from Vermont, where
he's on vacation. It was Greenberg's first detailed remarks about Monday's
ruling by the U.S. Court of
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Article 2 of 348, 1997365331
Published on Decem ber 31, 1997, Lancast er New Era ( PA)

LAMBERT INVESTIGATORS WAITING, WONDERING


Lisa Michelle Lambert finds herself back in court and now her investigators
want their day there as well.. The prosecutors in her case have been under
investigation by state and federal officials since last spring. U.S. Judge
Stewart Dalzell ordered the investigation, after saying that prosecutors
tampered or hid evidence during their prosecution of Lambert. Now that a
panel of three federal judges has reinstated Lambert's conviction, some of
those prosecutors say they would like
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Article 3 of 348, 1997364268
Published on Decem ber 30, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

AUTHORS OF LAURIE BILL APPLAUD COURT RULING


Now that a federal appeals court has sided with its authors, it remains to be
seen whether the Laurie Bill is worth pursuing.. The pending legislation
seeks to limit the power of federal judges, keeping them from ever barring a
retrial on the state level, other than on constitutional grounds. Bill
Wichterman, chief of staff to U.S. Rep. Joseph Pitts, said the fate of the bill
depends on the reasons behind Monday's ruling by the U.S. Court of
Appeals, which vacated the decision by
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Published on Decem ber 30, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

COUNTY RESIDENTS REACT TO LAMBERT RULING


A court's decision to overturn a federal judge's ruling that freed Lisa
Michelle Lambert was good news to most as word spread throughout the
county Monday afternoon.. "I think his decision to let her go was wrong,"
said Lisa Kemper of Lancaster. "She was guilty. Why would she be there
that day (at the murder scene) in the first place?" Finding people who
agreed with the U.S. Court of Appeal's action to throw
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Article 5 of 348, 1997364269
Published on Decem ber 30, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

APPEALS COURT SAYS DALZELL ERRED,


OVERTURNS RULING IN LAMBERT CASE //
PROSECUTORS CELEBRATE DECISION
The gloom that has hung over the Lancaster County District Attorney's
Office since the release of Lisa Michelle Lambert in April lifted Monday..
District Attorney Joseph C. Madenspacher, swamped in a sea of pink
message slips, sat at his desk and smiled for what he said felt like the first
time since Lambert was set free by U.S. District Judge Stewart Dalzell.
Dalzell's controversial decision was overturned Monday by the U.S. Court of
Appeals for the 3rd Circuit..
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Article 6 of 348, 1997364279
Published on Decem ber 30, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

LAMBERT CASE HAS FAR TO GO


The Lisa Michelle Lambert case is far from over.. Despite Monday's ruling
by a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit Court
in Philadelphia, Lambert's claims of innocence and wrongful prosecution
could be tied up in state and federal courts for years to come. The following
is the best information available Monday on where the case goes now..
Brad Baldus, a 3rd Circuit court clerk, said Lambert's attorneys have 14
days from
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Article 7 of 348, 1997364278
Published on Decem ber 30, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

APPEALS COURT SAYS DALZELL ERRED,


OVERTURNS RULING IN LAMBERT CASE
A federal appellate court Monday overturned a federal judge's decision to
free Lisa Michelle Lambert.. The court ordered Lambert to take her claims
of innocence and wrongful prosecution back to where she started: the state
courts, beginning with Lancaster County Court. A three-judge panel of the
U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit in Philadelphia wiped out an April
decision by U.S. District Judge Stewart Dalzell. He freed Lambert, who was
convicted in 1992 of first-degree

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Article 8 of 348, 1997364277
Published on Decem ber 30, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

CHRONOLOGY OF SHOW MURDER CASE


Show murder case chronology:. `Dec. 20, 1991 - Laurie Show, 16, found
dead in her East Lampeter home. `Dec. 21, 1991 - Tabitha Faith Buck, 17,
Lisa Michelle Lambert, 19, and Lawrence Yunkin, 20, are charged in the
killing.. `July 20-21, 1992 - Lambert is convicted of first-degree murder after
a two-week trial and later sentenced to life in prison.. `July 31, 1992 - Buck
agrees to be tried as adult, and the DA agrees not to seek death penalty..
`Aug. 7, 1992 - Buck granted change of
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Article 9 of 348, 1997364276
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DECISION OF THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE LAMBERT


CASE
Editor's note: The following is an edited version of the decision by U.S.
Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in the Lisa Michelle Lambert case.
Most of what was deleted were case citations and discussion by the court in
support of its decision. An ellipsis (...) appears where substantive material
was dropped. Footnotes were moved to the point in the text where they
apply and were placed in parenthesis.. Filed December 29, 1997 UNITED
STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE THIRD
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Article 10 of 348, 1997364272
Published on Decem ber 30, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

'ALL I WANT IS SOME CLOSURE TO THIS'


Though many had reason to celebrate the reversal of a federal judge's
decision to free Lisa Michelle Lambert, the ruling was especially sweet for
Hazel and John Show, the parents of 16-year-old murder victim Laurie
Show.. "The whole process has been so draining from the beginning to the
end," Mrs. Show said. "Now there's a joy at knowing we're back on the right
track." Mr. Show said,
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Article 11 of 348, 1997364275
Published on Decem ber 30, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

APPEALING DECISION
In a narrow ruling to a complex case, the Third Circuit Court on Monday
found that Lisa Michelle Lambert failed to exhaust her murder conviction
appeals at the state level and that state, not federal, courts should therefore
hear her request for relief.. While the ruling does not directly address
Lambert's guilt or innocence, it documents procedural errors on the part of
Federal District Judge Stewart Dalzell, who freed Lambert in April after
ruling that she had been the victim
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Article 12 of 348, 1997364209
Published on Decem ber 30, 1997, Lancast er New Era ( PA)

FOR SHOWS, DA'S OFFICE, COURT'S RULING BRINGS


RELIEF
When John Show heard Monday that a federal appeals court was about to
announce a decision affecting Lisa Michelle Lambert's newfound freedom,
he paused.. "I was scared," Show said. "I didn't trust the system." That's
understandable.. Lambert had been convicted in Lancaster County Court of
stabbing Show's 16-year-old daughter Laurie to death in December 1991..
After a hearing in April,
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Article 13 of 348, 1997364211
Published on Decem ber 30, 1997, Lancast er New Era ( PA)

COUNTY MAY ASK PA. PROSECUTORS TO STEP IN


When Lisa Michelle Lambert's murder case eventually returns to a
courtroom, she could be prosecuted by the state Attorney General's office
and not by the Lancaster County District Attorney.. That possibility was
raised today by the county commissioners, who said that they are preparing
to ask state prosecutors to get involved in the case in the future. The
reason, the commissioners said, is because of claims raised during
Lambert's appeal before U.S.
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Published on Decem ber 30, 1997, Lancast er New Era ( PA)

DA CONFIDENT LAMBERT WILL RETURN TO JAIL


County officials said today that they expect Lisa Michelle Lambert to be
returned to prison sometime in the next several months, in the wake of
Monday's federal court decision reinstating her conviction.. "I'm confident
she will go back to jail at some point," said Lancaster County District
Attorney Joseph C. Madenspacher. "As it stands right now, it's not a
question of if, but when." A federal appeals court
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Article 15 of 348, 1997363267
Published on Decem ber 29, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

THE YEAR IN QUOTES


January. "He has a nice round face and he's a good eater for me." Mrs.
Lenard Zimmerman, Ephrata, whose son, Leon, was 1997's first baby.. "Let
me say to the entire House that two years ago when I became the first
Republican speaker in 40 years, to the degree to which I was too brash, too
self-confident, or too pushy, I apologize. To whatever degree and in any
way that I brought controversy or inappropriate attention to the
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Article 16 of 348, 1997363214
Published on Decem ber 29, 1997, Lancast er New Era ( PA)

LISA LAMBERT'S PARENTS ANSWER NEW YORK


TIMES
Editor, New Era:. The following letter was sent to the New York Times, and
we are asking the Lancaster New Era also to print it: We are responding to
but a few of the statements in the New York Times article which appeared
in the Saturday, December 27, edition of Lancaster's Intelligencer Journal
and which was reported on by the Lancaster New Era, as well as
statements made elsewhere regarding the case involving our daughter, Lisa
Michelle Lambert. There are a number of points we
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Article 17 of 348, 1997363191
Published on Decem ber 29, 1997, Lancast er New Era ( PA)

COUNTY WINS LAMBERT APPEAL


PHILADELPHIA _ Lancaster County won its appeal today over a federal
judge's decision to free once-convicted murderer Lisa Michelle Lambert..
However, it was not immediately known if Lambert would be returned to
prison. The ruling by the 3rd Circuit Court, announced early this afternoon,
overturns a decision by U.S. Judge Stewart Dalzell in April in which he freed
Lambert, declaring her "actually innocent" of the murder of 16-year-old
Laurie Show.. In
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Published on Decem ber 28, 1997, Sunday News ( Lancast er, PA)

The following is a look back at local news events during the past week.
SUNDAY. Dec. 21 - Marilyn Porter, 58, Lancaster, was arrested and
charged with taking $9,000 in jewelry from one of her nursing patients.
MONDAY Dec. 22 - With the holiday shopping season winding down,
merchants said it has been a good, but not great, season. Many stores had
also started discounting over the last weekend.. A mix of snow, sleet and
freezing rain caused some traffic problems on back roads. TUESDAY.
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Article 19 of 348, 1997362286
Published on Decem ber 28, 1997, Sunday News ( Lancast er, PA)

AN UNSETTLING YEAR
It was a year when many important things just didn't go according to plan.. If
a habeas corpus hearing had ended the way Lancaster Countians expected
it to, Lisa Michelle Lambert would still be in jail, still convicted of murdering
16-year-old Laurie Show. If city politics hadn't changed, Harrisburg Area
Community College would still be planning to move into the old Watt &
Shand building.. If, if, if ..... But because those best-laid plans went
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Article 20 of 348, 1997361195
Published on Decem ber 27, 1997, Lancast er New Era ( PA)

RETRIAL THREAT TERRIFIES LAMBERT


The possibility of being retried for the murder of Laurie Show terrifies Lisa
Michelle Lambert, The New York Times reported today.. In her first public
comments on her controversial case, Lambert wondered why Lancaster
County prosecutors are continuing to pursue her: "Why do they want to
keep doing this to me?" she asked.. The Times, in a lengthy page-one story,
describes how Lambert was freed in April by federal judge Stewart Dalzell
and how the rare case is
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Article 21 of 348, 1997355339
Published on Decem ber 21, 1997, Sunday News ( Lancast er, PA)

The following is a look back at local news events during the past week.
SUNDAY. Dec. 14 - Edwin Morris, 84, was found dead in the basement of
his Salisbury Township home after fire destroyed the dwelling. He died of
smoke inhalation. Kerosene lanterns, the only source of artificial light in the
house, were blamed for the fire. MONDAY. Dec. 15 - Oprah! Television talk
show queen Oprah Winfrey was at the Landis Valley Museum to film scenes
for her new movie
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Article 22 of 348, 1997355353
Published on Decem ber 21, 1997, Sunday News ( Lancast er, PA)

BOTTLE BILL HELPS IN RECYCLING AND DESERVES


SUPPORT
I am handling more bottles and cans in an incredibly expensive and
inefficient manner. Markets are flat. We pay to get rid of commingled cans,
jars and bottles. I have the cost of running two trucks and two crews five
days a week, which adds more cost to the operation.. A report in Recycling
Resource magazine (a recycling industry publication) reported the recycling
methods in all 50 states. Forty-three states that collected bottles and cans
through a hauler or municipal recycling method had
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Article 23 of 348, 1997352309
Published on Decem ber 18, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

DISTURBED BY MOVIE PROSPECT


To the Editor:. I, for one, do not want a movie made of Lisa Michelle
Lambert's life. The families involved in this tragedy have suffered enough.
Why can't the movie producers have sympathy for the families. Lisa
Michelle Lambert is not the victim. The movie producers are only interested
in making money off of other people's heartaches. Estell Haines Strasburg
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Article 24 of 348, 1997352261
Published on Decem ber 18, 1997, Lancast er New Era ( PA)

LAMBERT HELPS PHILA. LAWYERS HONOR

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RAINVILLE
Christina Rainville was honored this week by her fellow young Philadelphia
attorneys for championing the freedom of Lancaster County's Lisa Michelle
Lambert.. And it was Lambert - once convicted of murder, now declared
free and actually innocent - who introduced Rainville at the annual banquet
for the Young Lawyers Division of the Philadelphia Bar Association on
Tuesday. Lambert was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to
life in prison for slitting the throat of
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Article 25 of 348, 1997348360
Published on Decem ber 14, 1997, Sunday News ( Lancast er, PA)

A FALSE PREMISE
Too many Lancaster Countians must have been watching Oliver Stone
flicks.. Why else would folks believe that everyone is out to get us over the
Lisa Michelle Lambert case? The conspiracy theories started when federal
Judge Stewart Dalzell threw out Ms. Lambert's conviction for the 1991
murder of Laurie Show. They intensified when the Los Angeles Times ran a
series, republished in the Sunday News, on why the decision may tilt the
balance of power between federal and state
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Article 26 of 348, 1997348361
Published on Decem ber 14, 1997, Sunday News ( Lancast er, PA)

LAMBERT: WE WILL NEVER KNOW THE TRUTH


With the news that a film company has bought the rights to the story of Lisa
Michelle Lambert, the conversation is once again all about the case that
seems to have carved a scar right across Lancaster County.. Around my
desk I can hear: She is guilty. She is not. The prosecutors are corrupt. Or
they are not. And the sudden hush that comes with the rare mention of
another name: Laurie Show. Last week, the talk turned to macabre humour.
Who will play whom in this upcoming movie, this story in
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Article 27 of 348, 1997348339
Published on Decem ber 14, 1997, Sunday News ( Lancast er, PA)

SERVICE KEEPS MEMORIES ALIVE


John Show had been planning his sixth annual Remembrance Service at
Mellinger's Mennonite Church for several months.. He'd recently brought in
a Christmas tree and trimmed it with white lights and a red bow. His
girlfriend, Doris Knier, had written a program decorated with a drawing of a
dove.. Friends had contributed the slender white candles that would be
handed out to participants.. On Saturday night, it all came together better
than Show could have
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Published on Decem ber 11, 1997, Lancast er New Era ( PA)

FIRM FORCED TO UNVEIL STUDY ON INCINERATOR


FIRE
After two men were killed in an explosion at the Lancaster County
incinerator in 1995, the company hired an independent firm to determine
what caused the blast so it would never happen again.. But now, defending
itself in a lawsuit from the family of one of the men, company officials have
balked at revealing the results of the study, saying it was done in
preparation of litigation. A Lancaster County judge isn't buying that. Last
week, he gave the Ogden Corporation 10 days to
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Article 29 of 348, 1997344559
Published on Decem ber 10, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

IS HIKE TOO HIGH?


If you're a homeowner caught up in the holiday shopping rush, here's a
sobering thought for you - better save a little, because in less than a month,
your county real estate tax bill may soar by nearly 30 percent.. If that
bothers you, then you might want to consider taking a little time tonight to let
the Lancaster County Commissioners know what you think about it. The
commissioners are holding a rare nighttime meeting at 7:30 at the
Lancaster Farm & Home
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Article 30 of 348, 1997344423
Published on Decem ber 10, 1997, Lancast er New Era ( PA)

THE COUNTY BUDGET IS SOLID, BUT IS EVERYTHING


NECESSARY?
Lancaster County officials have good reasons for boosting the 1998 budget
by 29 percent. Good reasons or not, it's still a 29 percent increase. It's still
going to cost the average homeowner an additional $70 to live in Lancaster
County next year.. County Commissioners say they are caught between
rising costs and declining revenues and have no choice but to raise taxes by
an exceptional amount. The facts seem to support that argument. But no
budget is entirely without
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Article 31 of 348, 1997344421
Published on Decem ber 10, 1997, Lancast er New Era ( PA)

LAMBERT REMAINS GUILTY OF CRIME


Editor, New Era:. On Dec. 20, 1991, someone lured Hazel Show from her
home via a phone call, sending Mrs. Show on a "wild goose chase." When
she left the apartment, someone entered the home and attacked and fatally
wounded Mrs. Show's 16-year-old daughter, Laurie.. Who committed this
horrible crime? There are only three people with any connection to this
vicious act, and only two of these suspects have a clearcut motive for
committing such a heinous
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Article 32 of 348, 1997341327
Published on Decem ber 7, 1997, Sunday News ( Lancast er, PA)

The following is a look back at local news events during the past week.
SUNDAY. Nov. 30 - Vandals worked their way through Lancaster Township
and the city, smashing about 20 car windows. Roger Lee Mattingly, 50,
Elkton, Md., was the second Maryland man arrested in the shooting death
of a Chester County woman, Anna Weaver, 77, and the wounding of her
son-in-law in an apparent burglary attempt at her East Nottingham
Township home the week before. MONDAY. Dec. 1 - Two officers who
settled
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Article 33 of 348, 1997341345
Published on Decem ber 7, 1997, Sunday News ( Lancast er, PA)

PURSUIT OF JUSTICE IS COSTLY


Nearly $1 million and counting.. That's how much the Lisa Michelle Lambert
appeal has cost Lancaster County. And the price tag likely will increase..
The expensive appeal, which began when federal Judge Stewart Dalzell
agreed to hear Lambert's case last February, was a factor in the county's
recent decision to hike taxes by nearly 30 percent, according to county
officials.. It wasn't the only reason for the increase, but the unexpected
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Article 34 of 348, 1997341353
Published on Decem ber 7, 1997, Sunday News ( Lancast er, PA)

REACTION TO SERIES ON LISA LAMBERT TRIAL

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"Shame on you," the letter read.. Shame on us? All we had done was
publish, in two parts, a massive story on the Lisa Michelle Lambert case
which was written by a Los Angeles Times reporter.. It was perhaps the
most complete and incisive story anyone has written on the case. Although
we in the local media have long been covering the story day-by-day, we
never had the chance to - or never thought to - take a step back and see the
big picture in this way.. Perhaps
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Article 35 of 348, 1997341324
Published on Decem ber 7, 1997, Sunday News ( Lancast er, PA)

CANDLES ILLUMINATE FAMILY MEMORIES


It began six years ago.. One man's effort to heal his own hurting heart and
the hearts of others. Now, John Show has organized the sixth
"Remembrance Service," a candlelight vigil to memorialize loved ones who
have died.. "I want people to know that this is for anybody - anybody - who
has lost somebody," Show said recently.. The service will be held at 7 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 13, at Mellinger's Mennonite Church, 1916
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Article 36 of 348, 1997340176
Published on Decem ber 6, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

JUDGE DALZELL'S DECISION MIRRORS JUSTICE


A gross miscarriage of justice. This phrase has been used to describe the
April decision by Federal Judge Stewart Dalzell to free Lisa Michelle
Lambert from prison in the Laurie Show murder case. For the past eight
months, Dalzell has been berated by thousands of Lancaster County
residents. Much of this ranting, raving, and scalp-hunting is unfounded in
the belief that Dalzell unfairly condemned the conduct of Lancaster County
investigators during the case.. During Lambert's
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Article 37 of 348, 1997340251
Published on Decem ber 6, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

MOVIE VERSION
It should come as no surprise that Hollywood has stumbled onto the Lisa
Michelle Lambert story.. After all, some would say it is the stuff movies are
made of: An innocent girl from the wrong side of the tracks is railroaded into
a murder conviction by a narrow-minded community bent on avenging a
horrible crime.. In prison she is subjected to inhuman horrors and
degradations.. But in the end she is saved only by her own pluck and the
skill of an aggressive female lawyer able to convince
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Article 38 of 348, 1997340175
Published on Decem ber 6, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

JUSTICE MARRED BY JUDGES' DECISION

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Justice has been compromised. Her character, once lustrous, is now


tarnished by the radical decisions made by the judges in the cases of Louise
Woodward and Lisa Michelle Lambert.. In both trials, these women were
charged with murder. Woodward's second-degree murder charge was
reduced to manslaughter and she is now free. Lambert's charge was of
first-degree murder; she is now free. The precedent set by these two judges
is not exemplary of justice.
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Article 39 of 348, 1997339376
Published on Decem ber 5, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

FILM STUDIO BUYS RIGHTS TO TELL LAMBERT


STORIES
Actor Will Smith and Universal Pictures in Hollywood plan to produce a
movie based on Lisa Michelle Lambert's murder conviction five years ago
and her dramatic release from jail in April.. The movie, if it's made, will be
based on a two-part series about the Lambert case that was published in
the Los Angeles Times in November. The series also appeared in the
Lancaster Sunday News. If the script follows the reporting, Lancaster
County isn't going to look as
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Article 40 of 348, 1997332044
Published on Novem ber 28, 1997, Lancast er New Era ( PA)

DEFENSE LAWYERS ARE WRONG TO CHALLENGE


'LAURIE BILL'
Editor, New Era:. I am writing in response to the Pennsylvania Criminal
Defense Lawyers and their opposition to the "Laurie Bill." We need a bill like
this one and we need it now! We need to stop judges from having so much
power. Judge Dalzell had no right to set Lisa Michelle Lambert free saying
that she was innocent because she was framed by county prosecutors. As I
recall, Lambert admitted that she was in the Show apartment the day Laurie
died; that alone makes her
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Article 41 of 348, 1997327076
Published on Novem ber 23, 1997, Sunday News ( Lancast er, PA)

WGAL PROVIDES MEANINGFUL COVERAGE BEYOND


CRIME NEWS
This is in response to the Clyde conversation in the Sunday News Nov. 16..
As a local broadcaster, WGAL would never advocate anyone not
subscribing to or reading a daily newspaper. It is disturbing to us to learn
that fewer people are reading. But when you write about television's
limitations, you should not forget its advantages. When news happens,
television brings it to you almost instantly. Coverage of election returns,
life-threatening weather, earthquakes and other
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Article 42 of 348, 1997326061
Published on Novem ber 22, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

STATE LAWYER GROUP DEFENDS DALZELL'S


RULING ON LAMBERT
Tough cases make bad laws.. So says the Pennsylvania Association of
Criminal Defense Lawyers (PACDL), which held a press conference Friday
to oppose a proposed bill which would limit the power of federal judges. The
so-called "Laurie Bill" was drafted in the wake of a federal judge's decision
to free Lisa Michelle Lambert, who was convicted in 1992 of killing
16-year-old Laurie Show. "We have found that when a piece of legislation is
proposed
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Article 43 of 348, 1997325109
Published on Novem ber 21, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

DEFENSE ATTORNEYS GROUP RAPS 'LAURIE BILL'


The Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers has come out in
opposition to a federal bill introduced in September aimed at limiting the
power of federal judges.. The bill was drafted by Pennsylvania legislators in
reaction to a federal judge's decision to free Lisa Michelle Lambert, who
was convicted in 1992 of killing 16-year-old Laurie Show. The lawyers
organization, which is meeting this weekend in Lancaster County, is
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Published on Novem ber 18, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

RAINVILLE AGAIN CLAIMS MCCRACKEN


CONVICTION IS UNJUST
Attorneys for Darrell McCracken continue to dispute prosecutors' claims
their client had the level of malice necessary for a murder conviction when
the truck he was driving killed a family of three.. In fact, McCracken's lead
attorney, Christiana Rainville of Philadelphia, now claims her client
"probably did not even cause the accident." Rainville's assertions were filed
Monday with the state Superior Court as McCracken attempts to
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Article 45 of 348, 1997320082
Published on Novem ber 16, 1997, Sunday News ( Lancast er, PA)

AU PAIR AND LAMBERT: REMEMBER VICTIMS


Reading the stories, it was hard not to think about Lisa Michelle Lambert..
Yes, there are differences in the cases of Ms. Lambert, the then-19-year-old
Lancaster County woman convicted in 1992 of murdering 16-year-old Laurie
Show, and Louise Woodward, the 19-year-old British au pair convicted this
month of murdering 8-month-old Matthew Eappen in Massachusetts. In
both, though, a judge overruled a verdict and stunned the victim's family by
letting the defendant walk out of
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Article 46 of 348, 1997311113
Published on Novem ber 7, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

COUNTY COULD BE LOOKING AT BUDGET DEFICIT


Lancaster County Commissioners are struggling to narrow an $11.4 million
gap between projected expenditures and revenue as they work on the 1998
budget.. "The budget looks right now like a tax increase budget," Terry
Kauffman, chairman of the County Commissioners, said during a Thursday
work session. When county departments first submitted their individual
budgets for 1998, there was an $18.8 million deficit. That number was
lowered to $11.4 million after the
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Article 47 of 348, 1997311094
Published on Novem ber 7, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

COUNTY ASKS STATE SUPERIOR COURT TO UPHOLD


CASSEL CONVICTION
When Nathan Cassel and two of his friends sat outside 12-year-old Kenneth
Rodriguez Jr.'s home one February day in 1996, they were armed with
deadly weapons and a "coldness of heart," intending to exact revenge on
the boy's older brother.. Those facts alone, said Lancaster County
prosecutors, prove malice, the underpinning they needed to convict Cassel
and the others of third-degree murder for killing Kenneth on Feb. 28, 1996.

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Article 48 of 348, 1997310001
Published on Novem ber 6, 1997, Lancast er New Era ( PA)

DA: LET CASSEL SENTENCE STAND


A Lancaster County jury's conviction and the judge's stiff sentence for a
man accused in the "horrendous violent crime" that claimed the life of a
12-year-old boy were correct, prosecutors insist.. Responding today to the
court appeal of Nathan D. Cassel, now 19, of Lititz, the county district
attorney's office asked state Superior Court to uphold the man's conviction
and sentence in the death of Kenneth Rodriguez Jr.
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Article 49 of 348, 1997308083
Published on Novem ber 4, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

SPECTER VOWS CONTINUED SUPPORT FOR 'LAURIE


BILL'
Under fire for a proposal to limit the power of federal judges in the wake of
the Lisa Michelle Lambert case, the three local congressmen who
introduced the bill now differ on whether it should move toward passage..
On Monday, New York Times columnist Anthony Lewis criticized the bill and
the congressmen who introduced it for launching an "assault" on the
independence of federal judges. Arlen Specter, an influential member of the
Senate Judiciary Committee, responded
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Article 50 of 348, 1997306070
Published on Novem ber 2, 1997, Sunday News ( Lancast er, PA)

CATCHING UP ON THE NEWS


The following is a look back at local news events during the past week.
SUNDAY. Oct. 26 - Eleni Papadopoulos, 36, Lancaster, and her 15-year-old
son George, a 10th grader at Conestoga Valley, were killed in a traffic
accident on the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Chester County. The newly
refurbished McCaskey High School building was dedicated.. Charles H.
Turner, 65, was struck by a car as he tried to cross Route 30. The Elmer,
N.J., man died of injuries the next day. MONDAY. Oct. 27 - It
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Article 51 of 348, 1997305084
Published on Novem ber 1, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

COUNTY CALLS MCCRACKEN APPEAL 'VICIOUS'


Lancaster County is asking the state to uphold Darrell McCracken's murder
conviction and reject his appeal as a "vicious and unjustified attack" on the
three people he was convicted of killing.. McCracken was sentenced in
February after a jury convicted him of third-degree murder and vehicular
homicide in the crash that killed Geoffrey Pywell, his wife, Susan
Davies-Pywell, and their son, Nathaniel Pywell, 11. The accident occurred in
September 1995, when
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Article 52 of 348, 1997305015
Published on Novem ber 1, 1997, Lancast er New Era ( PA)

DA OFFICE REFUTES APPEAL BY MCCRACKEN


Not only is Darrell McCracken guilty of murder, prosecutors say, but the
"sheer audacity" of his appeal is a "vicious and unjustified attack" on three
"innocent individuals: Geoffrey, Susan and young Nathaniel Pywell.".
McCracken, 33, of 623 Hilton Drive was convicted in a trial in January of
killing the Franklin & Marshall professor, his wife and their 11-year-old child
in a traffic accident in September
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Article 53 of 348, 1997303093
Published on Oct ober 30, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

ANTI-JUDICIAL ACTIVISM EFFORT TOUTS LAMBERT


CASE
U.S. District Judge Stewart Dalzell's decision to free Lisa Michelle Lambert
has drawn the ire of a conservative special-interest group based in
Washington, D.C.. Under its Judicial Selection Monitoring Project, the Free
Congress Foundation's Center for Law and Democracy is circulating a
videotape denouncing judicial activism in the federal courts. And Judge
Dalzell and his decision to free Lambert are the group's prime targets..
"Judge
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Published on Oct ober 26, 1997, Sunday News ( Lancast er, PA)

CATCHING UP ON THE NEWS


The following is a look back at local news events during the past week.
SUNDAY. Oct. 19 - A bipartisan analysis of campaign pledge costs found
that Republican mayoral candidate Charlie Smithgall's campaign promises
could cost the city up to $28 million. Smithgall scoffed at the analysis. At a
forum on Tuesday, the race heated up further when McCaskey students
asked Lyons whether he had ever used drugs, and Lyons refused to
answer. Lyons accused the Smithgall campaign of being
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Article 55 of 348, 1997296103
Published on Oct ober 23, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

TWISTS, TURNS STILL AHEAD IN LAMBERT CASE


Following Tuesday's court hearing in Philadelphia, Lisa Michelle Lambert's
fate now rests in the hands of the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, a federal
court just a step below the U.S. Supreme Court.. Legal experts said
Wednesday that the impact of the court's eventual decision will be felt
nationwide. "It has monumental implications for criminal proceedings
throughout all 50 states," said Joseph Roda, a Lancaster lawyer who has
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Article 56 of 348, 1997296110
Published on Oct ober 23, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

CONFIDENT IN SYSTEM
We hope those who want Lisa Michelle Lambert to be returned to jail - or at
least face a new murder trial - do not become overly optimistic after
Tuesday's hearing before the U.S. 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals in
Philadelphia.. The best way to view the proceeding is as a sort of catharsis the first time the matter has been aired in a courtroom since Lambert was
freed last spring. It's something that community - riven by this case like no
other - needed. Yes, the
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Article 57 of 348, 1997295181
Published on Oct ober 22, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

JUDGES HAMMER LAMBERT'S ATTORNEY AT


APPEAL HEARING
PHILADELPHIA - An attorney for Lancaster County Tuesday urged three
federal appeals court judges to allow the state court system to decide if Lisa
Michelle Lambert should remain free or be retried for the 1991 murder of
Laurie Show.. Lambert was convicted of first-degree murder in 1992, but
her conviction was reversed last April by a federal judge. Lawyer Richard A.
Sprague argued that U.S. District Judge Stewart Dalzell trampled state and
federal laws by freeing Lambert from life
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Article 58 of 348, 1997295049
Published on Oct ober 22, 1997, Lancast er New Era ( PA)

SHOWS, LOCAL LAWYERS UPBEAT AFTER HEARING


PHILADELPHIA - Cautious optimism.. That's the mood today among
Lancaster County officials and the parents of murdered teen-ager Laurie
Show, after a hearing Tuesday to determine the fate of the woman who has
become their nemesis. Lisa Michelle Lambert was convicted in county court
of Miss Show's murder in 1992. In April, U.S. District Judge Stewart Dalzell
overturned the conviction and freed Lambert.. The county appealed
Dalzell's decision. At
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Article 59 of 348, 1997295050
Published on Oct ober 22, 1997, Lancast er New Era ( PA)

LAMBERT INNOCENT? JUDGES ASK TOUGH


QUESTIONS ABOUT SLAYING
PHILADELPHIA - Lisa Michelle Lambert's fate is once again in judges'
hands.. This time, three federal circuit court judges will decide whether she
goes back to jail in the murder of 16-year-old Laurie Show or remains free.
One of the judges was especially brutal in questioning Lambert's attorney
during a hearing Tuesday held at the request of Lancaster County attorneys,
who are appealing Lambert's release in April.. "I started to
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Article 60 of 348, 1997294081
Published on Oct ober 21, 1997, I nt elligencer Journal ( Lancast er, PA)

LAMBERT APPEAL TO BE HEARD BY JUDICIARY


PANEL TODAY
Lancaster County's court appeal of Lisa Michelle Lambert's release from life
imprisonment will be heard this afternoon by a panel of three federal judges
in Philadelphia.. The hearing before a panel of U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
judges will begin at 2 p.m. in the ceremonial courtroom on the first floor of
the U.S. Courthouse at 6th and Market streets. The hearing is open to the
public, but because of the interest in Lambert's case, seating will be
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Article 61 of 348, 1997293047
Published on Oct ober 20, 1997, Lancast er New Era ( PA)

COUNTY TRIES TO RE-JAIL LAMBERT


After six months of preparation, Lancaster County's appeal of Lisa Michelle
Lambert's release from prison will finally be heard Tuesday in federal court..
Three judges from the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals have allotted attorneys
on either side a maximum of 25 minutes to argue their case, with a promise
of not interrupting them only for the first 10 minutes. The hearing will be
held in the same ceremonial courtroom in Philadelphia where Lambert was
declared
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Article 62 of 348, 1997285074
Published on Oct ober 12, 1997, Sunday News ( Lancast er, PA)

CATCHING UP