Recently I posted I am concerned about certain issues that seem pressing as opposed to the ongoing research into deeper subjects as conspiracy theory.
There's some information that must be shared immediately even though it's second or third party, thus hearsay.
I suppose this should be listed under abuse of power or brutality by authorities, even torture used domestically on citizens but it may be more compelling than that due to recent rise in violence that seems to have no clear motives other than experts suggesting a vague theory of 'mental illness'.
The information written is aquired from people who have experienced abuses of power that wish to remain anonymous. I'm not a journalist but akin to one I won't reveal my sources.
This is hopefully going to do more good without the controversy and drama surrounding credibility and assist potential victims especially if it prevents them from victimizing others.
It seems that authorities in the US have the capacity in certain states to utilize military grade technology (those used in psy ops in foriegn conflict) to torture prisoners or those being detained in their buildings.
One person giving an account of such abuses claimed this occurred in a Republican state in the Northeast, in New England. They have claimed that while being held in a district court house as the person was in the process of having paperwork done to be released, they were 'hit' by an inexplicable very strong urge to commit an act of physical violence on the only fellow inmate with them in the cell, who happened to be elderly woman.
This of course would have served the purpose of keeping this person incarcerated indefinitely as well as other consequences as well as have their mental state permanently labeled.
Since this person has had much experience researching theories in our community and understands that theoretically this could be induced by outside forces such as classified weapons systems or technologies, all of their Will and mental powers were utilized to remain in control and avoid a disasterous outcome.
Potentially this person avoided an unfair, unjust and horrible fate due to the knowledge the TI community has provided over many decades.
Activism works and awareness is necessary. It saves lives and can avoid violence. Besides that if these theories are correct due process according to the US Constitution is being interferred with.
This person had no history of violence nor were such urges or episodes the norm in thier lives they have claimed. The state they were in allegedly committing this war crime was not a place they frequented. However it does have multiple military complex contractors, some internationally powerful with a clear history of corruption.
This person's story suggests that people being isolated within the justice system who are under control of very questionable authorities who deal with prisoners are potentially put under extreme pressure then may be able to be manipulated to commit violent acts.
In theory any of these recent acts of extreme violence specifically in public spaces could feasibly be caused by such means.
Which seems to lead to the solution being to step up our activism for AWARENESS even though our community is being suppressed more than ever through various conditions like 'fake news' censorship, a quiet campaign against alternative ways of living and tending to affairs or never ending attempts to portray our community as mentally ill and potentially dangerous.
In fact this community is trying to gain awareness of theoretical dangers not cause them.
A second account I've received is from a person who was being held in a cell in a small town police dept in another New England state.
state. This time the victim was held for a very short time and released, a matter of hours. While in custody, waiting for a bailiff, simply laying down the person felt as if something was literally 'frying' them to a near dangerous level. Some sort of technology that seemed to definitely have the capacity to kill if used any longer and/or with any more force.
They have told me they literally felt like they were going to die if this kept up.
There are other stories but these clearly demonstrate that authorities, specifically where private military contractors are high in numbers and essential to the state's economy, abuse of power resulting in a casual committing of war crimes are potentially being committed.
The the frequency of these types of incidents occurring all over the US needs to be looked at.
Anyone at risk for such abuse and exploitation hopefully will find information from activists' efforts online and become strong enough to avoid an unnecessary and unjust fate.
Not only does this deny true due process it interferes with the workings of the justice system-even the facilities themselves which are crimes also.
Our work is important. People need to look at our research and theories.