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I had an answer today from the Ethic Commitee in Sweden (SMER) it´s of course in Swedish, but it said shortly,that they do not look into individual cases, and that their assignment is to look over the hole research program in the country,and that science test done to each persons should be signed and consent by the involved person (execpt for a few-I wonder who those few are-us?) And if you think that you are exposed to such science tests, it should be filed to the policeoffice. But they also said- and this is important- that they have received several requests that claims focus and attention to look further into the ongoing Brain Science Tests. (so I guess that the more letter they get...)
My office is in receipt of your request submitted via the Internet on 31 December 2010
for “any past, present, intended future surveillance records from 1996 to current,
esp. in Seneca County in Connection with U.S.A.”
I interpret your email below as a request for the status of that submission. Your
request has been reviewed and you will be receiving a response letter soon.
Please do not hesitate to contact our office if you have questions or need additional
POC, Requester Service Center
National Security Agency
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Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues
A letter from Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues on 27 Jul 2011
They will not hear further testimony of mind control victims in their next meeting.
But they have provided our information to White House.
More about President Commission
Here is the response letter that I received from Senator Rubio and the letters he wrote to the Presidential Bioethics Commission and President Obama. Thanks to all those whom helped write the letter and those who signed it, as well. We will contact his office on Wednesday @ 9:30am to follow up and thank the staff member who helped us. We will also contact Senator Udall's office and see if our information was submitted to the Oversight Committee. I hope you will all continue joining our calls as we are continuing to make progress.
7:40am Jan 10 2012
Update on Freedom of Information Request
Many months ago I sent an FOI request to two different Canadian government agencies (RCMP Complaints Commission and Canadian Human Rights Commission) regarding any information they have on file that mentions gang-stalking, watch lists, etc. I reported here earlier how they have both taken the full 90 days allowed to fill the request, PLUS an extra 60 days extension that they’re allowed under Section 9 of the Act.
In both cases, my request had to go to the Executive Director of the agency, it was that sensitive.
On Dec. 13, 2011, I contacted them both to remind them that the time limits were up, and asked if the information was on its way.
The RCMP Complaints Commission replied soon after and stated that they still needed more time. I haven’t heard from them since.
On Dec. 29, 2011, I received an email from the Human Rights Commission that stated that a package of information had been sent to me on Nov. 29, 2011, but had been returned to them.
I assumed that this was because my landlord (a perp) had decided to not accept any parcels for me because I had had a parcel stolen from my mail that was in his receivership, and he took offense to my reasonable suspicions that he or one of his staff (all perps) had been the thief.
Today (Jan. 9, 2012), I received an email from the RCMP Complaints Commission stating that the returned parcel was being resent by normal mail, but they also indicated that ANOTHER parcel that had been sent in December had not come back to them yet. I hadn’t known that there was a second parcel, and it was strange that this was only mentioned today.
I have a strong feeling that the machinations of the secret gang-stalking arm of the Canadian government are being applied to avoid delivering the information I have rightful access to. I suspect that they are fully aware of the problems I have with my mail (as they would if those events are tied together in a gang-stalking campaign against me), and are attempting to use it to their advantage, so as to avoid disclosure of information that will incriminate them.
We will see.
They need to understand, however, that they will only delay the inevitable, if this is the case...
Dear Senator Johnson,
I understand that due to our, "War on Terror", we must be ever vigilant against further attacks on American soil.
I understand that the Bush/Cheney, "Electronic Surveillance Initiative", may be a step that continues to be necessary, along with drones and satellite surveillance.
I understand that every American is a suspect of domestic terrorism and as such must be surveilled - have our phone calls and emails analyzed for possible intelligence and our persons searched before entering a public facility.
I understand that our Bill of Rights had to be pushed aside to allow for the pre-emptive measure of picking up possible domestic terrorists under the National Defense Authorization Act.
What I don't understand is the extraordinary incompetence with the use of the micro-wave and laser technologies employed by our military, law enforcement and government contractors during surveillance. Is it really necessary to burn holes in my body while I am sleeping in order to keep America safe?
Is there a fear that I may do some mischief while trying to sleep? Am I being punished for crimes and misdemeanors of which I am unaware?
In this zeal for National Security, hideous human rights violations are being committed. I know because they are being committed against me.
There is absolutely no reason to cook me alive, burn me, vibrate me and mistreat me.
As this atrocity has been going on for some time, I have learned that the crimes and incompetence being perpetrated are covered up with accusations of mental illness on the part of the complainant. I can assure you that my mental health has been well documented.
What I am seeking is a Congressional Investigation into the torture I have been subjected to. It is senseless, barbaric and as you well know illegal.
I have attached only a couple of examples of what has been done to my person.
I thank you for your prompt consideration.
Lisa R. Becker
Dear Ms. Becker, Thank you for contacting me regarding the "detainee" provisions in the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 (NDAA). Defending our nation is a top priority of government. Accordingly, it is important that Congress pass defense authorization and appropriation bills so that military leaders can plan effectively and our troops can rest assured that their efforts will be funded.
This year's defense authorization bill included language addressing the detainee policy for illegal combatants who have engaged, and been captured, in a war against America and our allies. From the war's beginning on September 11, 2001, the U.S. government has attempted to strike a delicate balance between security and civil liberties. It is not an easy task. On December 25, 2009, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, popularly referred to as the "Underwear Bomber," attempted to blow up Northwest Airlines Flight 253. Within 45 minutes of his arrest, his Miranda rights were read and invoked, effectively stopping all information gathering. His attempted bombing was certainly a crime, but it was also an act of war and he was an illegal combatant in that war. Our future security depends upon the military's ability to capture, detain, and interrogate our enemies in this war regardless of where they are found. This legislation reaffirms the authority for those detentions in an appropriately narrow fashion. I supported Senator Feinstein's amendment clarifying the limited legislative intent of the detainee measures. The amendment provides that "[n]othingin this section shall be construed to affect existing law or authorities relating to the detention of U.S. citizens or lawful resident aliens of the United States or any other persons who are captured or arrested in the United States." This bipartisan amendment passed 99 to 1. Additionally, the legislation requires military custody for captured members of al-Qaeda or associated groups who are planning or carrying out attacks against the United States or our coalition partners. This requirement does not apply to U.S. citizens. In cases of indefinite detention, including those at Guantanamo Bay, detainees are afforded due process. While I am sensitive to concerns about civil liberties and limited government we cannot ignore the fact that we live in a dangerous world. We face threats both at home and abroad. Our military must be able to plan and have the tools to keep America safe. National security officials need flexible approaches to face current and future security challenges. I will continue to work to give them the necessary and limited authority to accomplish this. Thank you again for taking the time to share your thoughts. It is important for me to hear the views and concerns of the people I serve. Since taking office, I have received over 300,000 pieces of correspondence and have had over 150,000 people participate in live forums and telephone town hall meetings. Please feel free to contact me in the future if I can further assist you or your family. It is an honor representing you and the good people of Wisconsin in the U.S. Senate.Sincerely,
Ron Johnson United States Senator