I've gotten an xray of my face that was digital. I saw the screen I have as it was taken. I don't have an implant.
While it might be true that of you have an implant, and the doctor knew, he could falsify things. But, there are X-rays people have that show forking objects on the body. So, some doctors will be honest about X-rays and MRIs, he fact that some Targets get tests that don't show anything, doesn't mean it's a false answer-they very well could be targeted using noninvasive technology.
l read your Experiment post. It is a great idea if we could get anyone to represent us but this is where the problem begins. There are no public figures who would represent us and as far as doctors go for reading MRl results, I dont think we could find any that would do it without being corrupted or falsifying results as you said. I think this is the biggest hurdle we face as Tls - those who should help us dont want to address this issue because of the powers dictating them....why this problem has remained buried for so long. Youre correct in saying evidence is the key, its just so hard to get. Have you heard of ICAACT - they do testing that can lead to getting MRIs for implants. I still dont trust the MRI results though. They are in the U.K
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"Please no call to kill, many victims here are fragile, you re not the only one here to have reached a point of big despair and big suffering.
Plus you make us look like mandchurian candidates.
We dont need that here at Peacepink, Amber."