Brain Implants used against people's will
8/18/2009 9:40:34 AM
Two individuals in Ohio have reported having brain implants placed in them against their will. They report that they are being interrogated through their thoughts. While this sounds like science fiction, both of these individuals are extraordinarily credible, but are afraid because the motivation behind this is to lock them up as being insane, because they are civil liberties activists. Before you think this is fiction, please look up "brain implant" on Google, and see for yourself.
I have perused the latest science on this issue to confirm that this technology not only exists, but that the Department of Homeland Security and DARPA are spending billions of dollars on it. This technology has been here for years, including uses to help paraplegics connect to prosthetic limbs, and even surf the internet. But it is now being used as a form of thought policing and mind control, according to two individuals whom I have interviewed extensively about this who have brain implants currently. For four months, since I uncovered the first case in Columbus, I have investigated this, with interviews of a victim who lives in the Athens area, and friends and colleagues of the victim who confirm that the individual is extraordinarily fit mentally, and very successful at protesting civil liberties violations committed by law enforcement.
Armed with dozens of the credible science, government and news organization reports, I am ready to go public with this story, as I continue to investigate it further. I invite other news media to join in on this investigation. At the very least, readers should know that this technology is indeed here. It is amazing that so few know about it: this is a real scoop. I have done four months of intensive research on this, and have copies of the x-rays from one of the individuals. Experts in the field, including Jeff Stibel, Chairman of Braingate, confirm that this technology does exist. I have posted a link to the xray (one regular sized and one enlarged) at: www.safeclimateact.org/brain1.jpg www.safeclimateact.org/brain2.jpg
To see my work-in-progress story about the issue, "The Thought Police are Real in 2009," that newspapers are free to use, free of charge, contact me at www.chadkister.com, (740) 753-3888, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com