The lethal laser gun, a "People Cooker" used to torture and kill innocent Iraqis and innocent Targeted Individuals is now ready to aim at Los Angeles inmates, 75% of whom have committed no crime. ACLU of Southern California sent a letter to Sheriff Baca and asks the public to join it in demanding that the "Pain Ray Gun" will not be used in country jails, raising questions about why ACLU has not filed suit for planned torture and war crimes using the weapon. This weapon is lethal and is a torture weapon according to ACLU, although given the misnomer, "Non-lethal weapon."
Los Angeles County Jail is to be first of U.S. prisons to use the Assault Intervention Device (A.I.D.), a 7 ½ foot tall military grade weapon to microwave inmates, what Los Angeles Truth Movement head, Chuck Noyes identifies as a war crime. This is one of many new weapons that can be used to torture and kill Americans in Obama's authorized targeted killings of Americans program. (See: Directed Energy Weapons aimed at American targets: Learning opportunity, Examiner)
This and similar weaponry causing "intolerable heat" are used remotely on many Targeted Individuals (TIs) who have alleged for years that they are being tortured with remote weaponry, their reports dismissed by family and professionals, including their local police, most of whom call he victims "delusional."
An estimated hundreds of thousands of innocent American civilians are collateral... in the U.S. led so-called "war on terrorism," actually a war of terror against innocent men, women and children, including America's "greatest people," Most of these targets are not in traditional prisons but suffer crippling and deadly effects of the well-hidden form of state-sponsored terrorism and targeted killings sweeping American communities, invading homes as invisible prisons targeted with high-tech weaponry. Interconnected contracted extremists keep targets under covert surveillance and assault them with weapons including Directed Energy Weapons and psychological warfare. (See: Targeted man wants investigation of corrupt 'security' program and ...
Th Pain Ray is only one among an arsenal of the most feared, controversial and best hidden weapons of modern age. They are designed to incapacitate, torture and assassinate. From the Netherlands, Peter Mooring, who reports on human rights violations of the secret service and calls the new weapon a "People Cooker, writes:
The ACLU and Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) have filed a lawsuit challenging government's asserted authority for "ta... of U.S. citizens far from armed conflict zones.
Why is ACLU not filing another lawsuit against Raytheon and the government for planning to commit torture and war crimes with military grade weaponry? asked Los Angeles Truth Movement coordinator, Chuck Noyes.
Noyes stated this morning, "ACLU should be filing a lawsuit against the companies and government agencies involved because this is a war crime, a military grade weapon used on Americans."
The ACLU Southern California attorney was unable to immediately answer the writer's call about this.
After the Los Angeles 911 event, Noyes plans to start "No Fry Zone," a new campaign to ban energy weapons.
ACLU of Southern California's letter to Sheriff Baca demands assurance that he will never use the high power microwave device against the inmates of Los Angeles County Jails – of whom 70% have not been convicted of a crime but are there awaiting trial or other procedures.
The public is urged to join ACLU/SC in asking Sheriff Baca not to deploy this military weapon intended to cause intolerable pain — and capable of causing lethal injury when used for crowd control — against jail inmates.
Sheriff Lee Baca unveiled this giant robot-like device noting that it will "allow us to quickly intervene without having to enter the area and without incapacitating or injuring either combatant."
Not true says the ACLU/SC Take Action Team:
"While this “Pain Ray” device was being tested by the Air Force, a miscalibration of its power settings caused five airmen in its path to suffer lasting burns, including one whose injuries were so severe that he was airlifted to an off-base burn treatment center.
"It is all the more disturbing that the use of the Pain Ray is being entrusted to the deputies of L.A. County Jail, with its long-troubled history of deputy violence, retaliation and abuse against inmates.
The ray gun shoots blasts of heat energy at prisoners that penetrate beneath the skin to the pain receptacles reports Times NewsFeed.
ACLU attorney told Associated Press that the device is "a weapon that can cause serious injury that is being put into a place where there is a long history of abuse of prisoners."
On September 2, 2010, Dupré reported:
"Since the 2001 September 11 attacks and Bush's so-called "war on terror," there was a soar in number of Targeted Individuals reporting covert assaults by black operatives, thugs, extremist cells, "stalkers." Some TIs are reporting assaults with remotely applied, military grade, lethal weaponry. These reports have been from both overseas and U.S. self-identified targets. In early August, Sharon Weinberger explained the reason for the escalated reports:
"After the attacks of September 11, the Pentagon began a shift away from its late Cold War–era 'two-war strategy,' premised on maintaining the ability to conduct two major military operations simultaneously, and began to focus instead on irregular warfare against individuals and groups." (Emphasis added; Sharon Weinberger, Black Ops: Secret Military Technology in the Age of Terrorism, August 3, 2010)"
In an exclusive interview with Targeted Individual, Robert Wood, he told the writer, “I’m not a criminal. I’m not a terrorist. I’ve been charged with no crime, nor am I connected to anyone who is, to my knowledge....Considering severity of these crimes, it's a wonder anyone survives at all. There is almost complete secrecy surrounding this horrendous situation.” (See: Dupre, D. Human Target, Examiner, January 29, 2010)
Following that interview, Targeted Individuals from the U.S. and abroad sent a steady stream of comments and emails conveying the same that Robin Webster wrote, "Exactly. Almost word for word what has happened to me. Excellent article because it captures the both the horror and the process that a TI goes through as they gradually awake to a destiny not of their choosing."
In February, the writer reported on the The High Energy Laser Joint Technology Office co-sponsoring the partial... 2010 Directed Energy Professional Society Directed Energy Symposium in Monterrey, California, some of which was held behind closed doors. (See: Directed Energy Weapons aimed at American targets: Learning opportunity)
Until the recent lawsuit that CCR and ACLU filed, challenging Obama's targeted killings authority, innocent civilians on the government hit-list had been publicly unrecognized by major organizations, health workers and media. (See: Dupre, D. APA's CIA torture complicity. Is American ready for the whole truth?, Examiner, August 14, 2010)
Each passing week, TIs consistently reporting remotely applied weaponry burn marks on their person and belongings plus psychological war weapon effects, appear less "delusional" than those re-victimizing them with such name-calling, even institutionalizing some of them, without investigating high-tech weaponry effects and the government programs designed to persecute, torture and kill them.
If the reader knows a Targeted Individual, rather than shun or possibly even follow secret orders against the person, the U.S. Constitution and Declaration of Human Rights, reach out to hold his or her hand, listen to his or her horror stories, and stand with them. It is past time to compassionately reach out to these broken people and together, work to end the evil government persecution, torture and assassination program and its equally evil new weapons with invisible ammunition.
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