Worldwide Campaign to stop the Abuse and Torture of Mind Control/DEWs
Thousands of victims have been suffering horrible persecutions from abuses and tortures of remote electromagnetic mind control technologies and voice to skull technologies. Some victims were tortured to be death or driven to be crazy; some victims were controlled to be bad. Most of them could not get strong evidences to prove that they have been horrible tortured and harassed by remote electromagnetic mind control technologies.
Only few victims have facts and evidences to prove that they have been tortured and harassed by remote electromagnetic mind control technologies. I am one of them.
The Fact and evidence of abuses and tortures of mind control technologies:
I was controlled by remote Voice to Skull technologies and remote electromagnetic Mind Control technologies, and I was brought inside US Embassy in Hong Kong
Book “Twelve Years in the Grave - Mind Control with Electromagnetic Spectrums, the Invisible Modern Concentration Camp”, authored by Soleilmavis Liu, provides the sound facts and evidence about the secret abuse and torture with remote voice-to-skull and electromagnetic mind control technologies.
I urge USA government to investigate mind control torture immediatly according to the facts and evidences.
I know those victims, who have passed away, did wish me to win my lawsuits. My victory also will bring them justice.
I have collected those victims stories (even it was only a small partial of all victims' stories)
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(I have collected many reported articles which introduced 'mind control technologies'. The listing of these articles will not mislead readers; it is a short cut for readers to learn what mind control technologies are.
Note from Soleilmavis:
“Voices” which victims heard:
Many victims who have been suffering from the abuses and tortures of remote voice to skull tech and remote electromagnetic mind control technologies, have complainted that they had heard "voices" in their heads.
The basic technology which can send voices directly to the brain remotly are V2K.
In 2002, the Air Force Research Laboratory patented precisely such a technology: using microwaves to send words into someone's head.V2K (voice to skull)http://peacepink.ning.com/forum/topics/introduce-v2k-voice-to-skull
1）A lot of victims heard “voices” came from nearby, or from neighbors’ houses.
Victims must understand that they did hear the "voices." The “voices” which victim “heard”, were not the scopes of human hearing the sonic frequency range 20-20000HZ. Torturers emitted electromagnetic waves (or other microwave) to the brain to stimulate the auditory brain neurons, the brain “felt” the signals, the brain “heard” the “voices”.
2) Many of the victims claimed that they had "hallucinations voices"; sometimes the person next to them did not speak, but victims heard he/she speaking.
Victims did not have "hallucinations voices". Victims did hear the "voices", but the “voices” did not come from the next person. The “voices” were from the torturers. Torturers emitted electromagnetic signals to the brain to stimulate the brain and neuron systems; the "brains" "heard" the "voices."
3) Many of the victims claimed that they even had heard "the voices" sounded like their friends and relatives.
The “voices” that the brain heard, were “electromagnetic signals”. Voice Synthesis Technology had been developed to the stage that anyone’s voice could be imitated. Torturers could easily transmit synthesized voice into the human brain with electromagnetic waves. The "voices" could imitate anyone's voices. These “voices” could sound as if they come from upstairs neighbor or nearby houses; or come from some houses.
Some doubts of some victims
(1) Doubt 1: how can Torturers send sounds (or voices) and images into the victim's brain?
Microwave technology has been able to do that.
(2) Doubt 2: Victims can hear "the voices" which sounded like a friend or a neighbor.
Torturers can use Voice Synthesis technology to imitate anyone’s voices and easily transmit synthesized voices into the human brain by electromagnetic waves.
(3) Doubt 3: Torturers can force sleeping victims to "have a lot of dreams" by electromagnetic waves transmitting into the brain.
The development of the film has let us see the superb image synthesis technology. Torturers can transmit synthesized images into the brain by electromagnetic waves.
(4) Doubt 4: How can torturers lock a certain target with their microwave weapons?
Some technologies, such as dolphins echo technique can easily do that.
(5) Doubt 5: Many of the victims often referred some colleagues or friends or other people who had uttered small conflicts with them when they described their stories.
These victims thought those who had contradictions with them would have used such advanced technologies to torture and abuse them.
Some victims also mentioned some wrongs they had ever done. They thought that a certain government department would have used such advanced technologies to torture and abuse them because of such minor faults.
Torturers deliberately created and fed such delusions, so that victims might believe that those who had ever uttered little contradictories with them had involved in the persecuting. Torturers purposely made victims isolated. Torturers purposely made victims not be themselves.
(6) Doubt 6: Why can torturers attack victims no matter where victims are---in the airplane, underground, under water…..?
Electromagnetic waves have wide applications in many fields, Such as electromagnetic geological exploration, satellites geological exploration, and others.
As the extensive uses of the electromagnetic waves in these areas, we know the electromagnetic technologies in the military areas are far more advanced than in the field of civilian aspects. Electromagnetic waves are able to detect the brain waves remotely.
It is possible nowadays to read someone's mind by remotely measuring their brain activity, researchers have shown. This technique can even extract information from individuals that they are unaware of themselves.
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An early mind control victim murdered a vacuum cleaner salesman USA
Order to murder came from 'devil,' expert testifies
By William Cole
Advertiser Courts Writer
© COPYRIGHT 2001 The Honolulu Advertiser
Wednesday, April 4, 2001
The man accused of murdering a vacuum cleaner salesman in Waialua said he was on a "mission" to kill people and chop up their bodies after voices commanded him to do so, a psychiatrist testified yesterday.
Dr. Robert Collis interviewed Michael Robert Lawrence after he was charged with second-degree murder in the 1999 disappearance of Melchor Tabag.
When Collis asked Lawrence why he was at Hawai'i State Hospital, Lawrence "said he was hearing voices telling him to kill him (Tabag) and chop him up. He said he chopped him up and brought him to the dump," Collis testified in Circuit Court yesterday.
According to Lawrence's lawyer, Tabag unwittingly became a victim of the defendant's psychosis when he knocked on Lawrence's door on March 27, 1999, with the goal of selling him a Kirby vacuum cleaner.
Lawrence, 25, is on trial without a jury before Circuit Judge Virginia Crandall on charges that he murdered the 41-year-old vacuum cleaner salesman whose body was never found. Lawrence's lawyer is raising the insanity defense.
During defense opening arguments yesterday, Deputy Public Defender William Jameson said Lawrence spiraled into a world of delusional thinking.
Isolating himself from the outside world, he became fixated on an unplugged computer monitor he once placed on the roof of his parents' Waialua home, Jameson said.
Lawrence "became sicker and sicker" and troubling voices became a command, Jameson said. "His mission was to kill and chop people up."
"What he (Tabag) found was a man — Michael Lawrence — who thought and believed Mr. Tabag would be the first of several (victims) to come," Jameson said. "Michael calmly struck the victim in the head and then stabbed him and then dismembered him."
City Deputy Prosecutor Kevin Takata said a refuse transfer station between Hale'iwa and Waimea Bay is the "dump" talked about by Lawrence, but police did not search there for Tabag's body because they heard about the dump more than a year after Tabag disappeared, and also because rubbish there is routinely moved to two other spots on the island.
Yesterday, Collis reported other bizarre behavior by Lawrence. While at the O'ahu Community Correctional Center, Lawrence didn't speak to anyone for weeks on end, collected his urine and smeared feces around the cell, Collis said.
Lawrence also told Collis that Bill and Hillary Clinton were his parents, that he was part of Microsoft, that he worked for the CIA and as an insurance agent, and that the "devil" gave him his mission to kill.
Lawrence, his ankles shackled and wearing a green OCCC jumpsuit, sat looking down yesterday, his curly long hair shrouding his face.
Lawrence faces life in prison with the possibility of parole if he is convicted of second-degree murder.
If he is acquitted by reason of insanity and deemed dangerous, he will be committed to the state mental hospital.
Two mental health experts who examined Lawrence — Collis included — concluded he was "substantially impaired" at the time of the killing.
A third expert, along with an expert hired by the state, said Lawrence was not substantially impaired.
Early mind control victims heard "voices" to kill
Copyright 2000 -- The Detroit News.
Beating death spurs bystander law
Plan would require injury witnesses to notify authorities
Thursday, October 5, 2000
By Associated Press
KALAMAZOO -- The beating death of an aspiring social worker in a bus station where at least five adults ignored the attack has prompted two legislators to draft a "Good Samaritan" law. The legislation being drafted by state Sen. Dale Shugars, R-Portage, and Rep. Jerry Vander Roest, R-Galesburg, would require that people witnessing someone gravely injured immediately notify authorities.
The proposal is a response to the Aug. 17 beating death of Kevin Heisinger, 24. He was headed home to Chicago from orientation at the University of Michigan's social work program when he was attacked. Brian Williams, 40, of Ypsilanti has been charged in Heisinger's death and ordered to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.
Authorities have said Williams has suffered from schizophrenia for 20 years, and reportedly told his brother he heard voices telling him to kill. He allegedly beat Heisinger to death in a restroom while at least five people sat within earshot of the attack and did not notify police.
No one is believed to have witnessed the attack. But police said several people heard Heisinger cry "stop" and "help" -- and one man went into the restroom, saw the victim lying in a pool of blood and walked out. A second man found Heisinger unconscious and also left without calling for help. A 9-year-old boy finally notified personnel at the bus terminal, where the city Department of Public Safety has a substation.
The adults later gave investigators no explanation for not helping Heisinger, police said. Shugars hopes to introduce the law, patterned after similar measures in California and Minnesota, when the Legislature reconvenes Nov. 9.
"Senator Shugars was very upset at the lack of compassion to an individual who was being physically abused and ended up being murdered," Bea Raymond, the lawmaker's chief of staff, told the Kalamazoo Gazette in a report Saturday. "I mean, just a simple scream for help might have stopped this individual's death. And it's sad that it took a child. And it was still too late." Some Michigan laws contain Good Samaritan language, but are narrower in scope than the measure being proposed by Shugars and Vander Roest. One grants immunity from civil damages to health personnel who provide care at the scene of an emergency. Other laws require care providers, teachers, social workers, counselors, nurses and police to immediately report abuse or neglect of elderly adults or children.
Soleilmavis: Early mind control victims did not understand that mind control weapons could control their behavior and emotion, they heard voices, they thought "voices" controlled him to kill people
Jacksonville (FL) Times-Union
Sunday, May 27, 2001
Broward teen charged with fatally beating father with bat
The Associated Press
PEMBROKE PINES, Fla. - A teen-age high school dropout who told investigators he was acting on God's orders confessed to beating his father to death with a baseball bat, police said. Ronald Morgan, 18, a once-promising baseball player whose parents two weeks ago called police to force him to undergo a psychiatric evaluation, was being held without bond Sunday at the mental health unit of the Broward County Jail.
Morgan was charged with first-degree murder and aggravated assault in the beating death of his 48-year-old father, Rick Morgan, Friday night at the family's home at the Holly Lake Mobile Home Park. Morgan was a disturbed youth with a history of drug abuse and a criminal record, according to Sgt. Michael Arnett of the Pembroke Pines police. Last year, he was arrested on charges of possession of narcotics, carrying a concealed weapon, tampering with evidence and possession of drug paraphernalia, he said.
Morgan tried to strangle his mother, Rosemarie Morgan, a few days before his father's slaying because she had him committed against his will, Arnett said. After the beating, the teen drove his father's pickup truck to the home of his grandmother, Mary Licausi, in Boca Raton. Licausi and the teen's uncle, Joe Licausi, later told police he had a lot of blood on his face and clothing and he told them in a matter-of-fact tone, "I killed my father, and I think I need to kill my mother," Arnett said.
Morgan said God told him in a dream to his kill his parents, Arnett said. "He just walked in and said, 'I just killed dad,'" Arnett said. "Then he went to the kitchen to wash up and said he was going to get a pack of cigarettes." Once Morgan left, his grandmother called Boca Raton police, who arrested him and contacted authorities in Pembroke Pines. Morgan spent Friday night in a Boca Raton police cell, then was transferred to Broward County Jail Saturday. He confessed he killed his father to Pembroke Pines detectives on Saturday morning, police said.
Morgan told detectives he was still angry over being forced to undergo the psychiatric evaluation. His parents had brought him to Boca Raton Community Hospital on May 9, said Morgan's lawyer, Barry Butin. He was delusional and making threats.
After being evaluated, he was transferred to South County Mental Health Center in Delray Beach. But on May 14, the center called his mother and told her to come pick him up. Morgan's family felt he shouldn't be released yet and is considering suing the center, Butin said.
Earlier this week, Morgan choked his mother, intending to kill her, but said he stopped because God told him to kill his father first, Arnett said. "We don't know whether she reported it," Arnett said. Rosemarie Morgan declined to comment Saturday, and did not immediately respond to a message left Sunday on her answering machine. Residents of the mobile home park told police the father and son had fought, sometimes violently, but still remained close. They said that when the teen dropped out of high school and turned to drugs, his father struggled to help his only child. Repeatedly, neighbors said, Rick Morgan got his son into drug treatment programs, and repeatedly, his son would drop out.
Conyers Teen Called Suicidal
Defense Psychiatrist Says Shooting Suspect Heard Voices
By Helena de Moura
Tuesday, August 10 , 1999
Copyright 1999 Reuters
Police escort school shooting suspect T.J. Solomon into the Rockdale County Courthouse in Conyers, Ga., on May 20 after he allegedly opened fire on other students at Heritage High School. (John Bazemore/AP Photo)
S U M M A R Y
At a hearing to determine whether a teen shooting suspect should be tried as an adult, a witness says the boy had suicidal thoughts and was obsessed with death.
C O N Y E R S, Ga., Aug. 10 — A Georgia boy accused of wounding six classmates in a May school shooting was plagued by suicidal thoughts and believed he heard voices giving commands, a psychiatrist testified today. T.J. Solomon, 15, is charged with 21 counts of child cruelty, aggravated assault and weapons possession in the May 20 shooting at Heritage High School in Conyers, about 25 miles east of Atlanta. All six of the shooting victims survived. The hearing was held to determine if Solomon would be tried as a juvenile or an adult. “He heard voices telling him to do strange things, but they were robotic voices, not human voices,” said Dr. Eddy Regnier, who teaches psychiatry at Harvard University and who was hired by defense attorneys to examine the boy.
If the court grants Rockdale County District Attorney Richard Read’s motion to try him as an adult, Solomon could face more than 350 years in prison. If tried as a juvenile, the most he could receive under Georgia law is five years.
Boy Not Improved, Witness Says
Regnier said that the youngster suffered from “major depression with severe psychotic features,” and appeared to have two personalities. “On the one side is this really nice guy,” Regnier said. “But on the other side is a kid harboring angry feelings, who had made two suicide attempts, who spent his time thinking of death. He’s bringing guns to school. He’s talking to friends, and what are they talking about? ‘I’m going to shoot you.’”
The psychiatrist said the boy, who placed the barrel of a gun into his mouth immediately after the school shootings but was talked out of pulling the trigger by an assistant principal, has not improved since his arrest. “I see a child that has deteriorated,” the psychiatrist said. “He’s autistic-like. He seems not to care. He says he has no need for friends. His teachers think he’s a ticking time bomb, but no one acts on it.” Regnier said the boy told him that he once went to the basement of his family’s home, got one of his stepfather’s guns and put it in his mouth, intending to pull the trigger. The boy said he was stopped when he heard someone coming downstairs. Since his arrest, Solomon has been under suicide watch at a juvenile jail. Authorities said he threatened to kill himself using metal from the braces on his teeth.
Suspect Was Withdrawn
Earlier in the day Solomon’s stepfather, Robert Daniele, told the court the boy was withdrawn in the months leading up to the shootings. Daniele, who manages a trucking firm, said Solomon was a standout baseball player when the family lived in North Carolina but lost interest in the sport when the family moved to Georgia in 1996. “He was one of the best players on his baseball team in North Carolina,” Daniele said. “He really loved baseball but just gave it up. The stepfather said the boy, whose lawyers have said he was taking the hyperactivity drug Ritalin, would listen to music for hours, silently rocking back and forth.
“I attributed this to being a teen-ager,” he said. “I guess now, looking back with the understanding I have now, there was something different. He had something bottled up.” In the days following the shooting, classmates said the boy’s girlfriend had just broken up with him. Daniele discounted those reports. “When I was a teen-ager, I used to love getting calls from my female friends,” he said. “But T.J. never wanted to talk to them. Whenever they called, he would tell his mother and sister that he didn’t want to talk to them.” The hearing was expected to continue Wednesday, when students return to Heritage High from their summer recess.
Man held, victim identified in slaying-dismemberment
The Detroit News -- Saturday, July 17, 1999
SUMMIT TOWNSHIP -- A diner cook accused of killing his waitress wife and dismembering her body in the mom-and-pop restaurant they operated was arraigned Friday on an open count of murder. Police say that Kevin Artz, 43, was carrying a cardboard box containing his wife's head when they arrived at the diner on Thursday. They said they saw him place the box on a porch of a nearby home. They found other body parts inside the restaurant. Her body had been dismembered in the kitchen, sheriff's Capt. Tony Philipps told the Jackson Citizen Patriot. Philipps said investigators weren't sure whether the entire body had been recovered.
Patricia Artz, 46, had been reported missing by her family after they had not heard from her since Tuesday. Authorities say one charred body part was found near a grill in the restaurant's kitchen. Evidence indicates that Artz may have placed body parts in hot water, causing the flesh to come off the bone, he said. "What they largely found was bones," Prosecutor John McBain said.
Pathologists made preliminary identification Friday afternoon using dental records, he said. He expects the identification to be confirmed within a few days.
Artz was arraigned Friday before Judge Carlene Lefere. Lefere set preliminary examination for July 27. She also began steps to appoint an attorney for Artz after he was unclear about whether he would hire his own lawyer. Lefere ordered him held without bond in Jackson County Jail. If convicted, Kevin faces up to life in prison. The Artzes lived in the living quarters attached to Kip's Pizza Taco House, Philipps said.
McBain said the slaying may have occurred in the living room. He said police found traces of blood in the living room and evidence that Artz tried to clean blood from both the living room and the kitchen. McBain said authorities were still trying to determine a time and cause of death. "The body was so significantly destroyed that it may be difficult to determine an exact cause of death," he said.
Patricia's younger brother, Joe Powers, said in a telephone interview with the Citizen Patriot that her family never had any indication there was any problem between the two. "I thought they loved each other," he said. "I thought he was the best thing that ever happened to her." Friends told the newspaper that Artz underwent some form of neurosurgery about a month ago after suffering fits of vomiting. The business had been closed down since the surgery as he recuperated. Eric Jorgensen, a longtime acquaintance and regular customer, said Ms. Artz phoned him last week to say she was concerned about her husband's short- and long-term memory loss since the surgery. "His family says they don't think that he has been himself since the surgery," Philipps said.
McBain said he was not fully aware of Kevin's medical history, but he said his office was preparing for a possible insanity defense.