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Subject: Re: Human Experimentation : Radiation/Burning Still Going On In my Home - 1/11/03
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Date: Sun, 12 Jan 2003 02:27:49 GMT
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Organization: AT&T Worldnet
Below is some slightly related discussion :::
You might recall the fiasco of air bags powered by compressed gas that
caused numerous deaths.
Such technologies that hit the market without a real need are 'questionable'
at the very least.
Especially if they also have potential dual-use (or mis-use) that could
affect basic safety and life.
Is it any wonder that most of the refinements are now done in other
Here's ar new twist to the 'Human Experimentation - Electrocution, Hypnosis,
Burning, etc.' that is going on in my home even now.
I found two wires in my basement coming from #1291 next door on the West
that bypass the main switchbox in my bome and go directly up through the
One of them is a white twin lead that is similar to power cords wired
The other one is black round and ~1/2 cm diameter going towards the wall
next to the garage staris.
Also, there are several places including the inlet for these weird wires
that seem to be patched with pink colored plaster. I have found (measured)
radiation sources at several of such areas in the garage walls. Funny areas
of patchwork in the walls and ceilings that do not make sense since the wall
surface is covered with lime/cement sheets that are uniform and large. This
looks like patchwork that happened after the walls were built.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, January 10, 2003 10:44 AM
Subject: Re: article
The sound tech is currently sold commercially, both companies are pushing
for wide scale consumer
electronics sales which will make the end product very cheap and very
available to anybody. The stuff can
probably be ordered now, it's neither illegal nor classified, just more
expensive than when it hits mass
production. Chrysler is thinking of using smaller units as a sound system
option in their vehicles Basically it would allow the driver and the
passenger to listen to 2 different sound sources at the same time without
wearing head phones.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, January 10, 2003 12:18 PM
Subject: Re: article
The police seem to be as confused or unprepared and unaware of the
technologies as the general public.
Either that or they have been told to keep out (to save their own necks
from demotion or ouster).
Projected sound is clearly one of the methods in use. I have seen
sub-woofers in trunks of cars,etc. and also a circular array of discs (~3-4
inch diameter each) placed like a decoration on windows facing a driveway
etc. I have also observed directional sounds coming out of garages and also
projected shrieking bird sounds at night (I have posted such observations)..
The full range of radiation devices seem to be in operation around and
in my house - ELF, ultrasound, microwave, XRay, Nuclear Gamma using lasers
and directed beams etc.
Police siding with these bastards is just due to brain dead people who
are under pressure from the same Nazis and are trying to cope without losing
their jobs or future.
I would recommend a scientific approach to police forces. Use a
technical expert on the payroll to pin-point and measure the activities. The
very act of sympathizing with the victim may be enough to deter the vermin
for ever. Even if one of these low-life vermin is caught and punished, it
would deter the rest.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, January 10, 2003 8:53 AM
'It does look excessive'
Why did cops send tactical squad to arrest woman accused of phone
By DOUG BEAZLEY, EDMONTON SUN
Six months on, the house is still a god-awful mess. A greasy yellow
film decks the carpets and walls - the residue from police OC gas, or pepper
In the garage, a few souvenirs - boxes of broken glass and spent OC
The front door has a knee-sized dent in it, and the door frame is
In the downstairs bedroom, where Edith Tessman and her mom briefly hid
out from a city SWAT team last summer, there's still the faint, acrid scent
of gas in the air - and the black print of an EPS tactical cop's boot on the
"You're right, I agree. It does look excessive," admitted Edmonton
Police Service spokesman Wes Bellmore yesterday.
He was referring to the decision to send a tactical squad to arrest a
woman charged with mischief and nuisance complaints - charges that stemmed
from Tessman's 854 calls to various EPS numbers during the summer of 2001.
"But you have to realize that she was lawfully charged by police and
she had refused to turn herself in. And she had threatened to harm herself.
If it had been one of her neighbours she'd been calling hundreds of times,
instead of us, wouldn't the public want us to resolve this?"
Well, sure - but with a SWAT team?
There's little doubt that in the summer of 2001, 42-year-old Edith
Bertha Tessman was doing a thorough job of getting on the EPS's bad side.
A long-running dispute between Tessman and her neighbours - who
Tessman claimed were harassing her and her 78-year-old mother with constant
noise - was the inspiration for Tessman's massive log of complaints with
Tessman claims the police refused to act on her complaints; the police
insist they looked into them and found them groundless.
Fed up, the police charged her in late summer 2001 with mischief,
common nuisance and making harassing telephone calls. The police say they
called on Tessman several times during the spring of 2002, asking her to
turn herself in.
"She refused, and threatened to kill herself if we arrested her," said
The last such doorstep negotiation with Tessman took place, according
to cops, on May 3.
Between then and July 17, when the tactical team stormed the Tessman
home, there hadn't been any contact at all between Tessman and police.
"They just broke in when we were fast asleep," said Tessman.
"They came right downstairs to our bedroom and grabbed my mother, took
"They're on the lawn with a bullhorn, saying 'Come out and you won't
get hurt!' I'm thinking, are they out of their minds? They're doing this for
a bunch of phone calls?
"I had a kitchen knife. I told them I was going to hurt myself unless
they brought my mother back.
"Then they started throwing (stun grenades) into the bedroom, and
Bellmore insists the police were justified in sending the tactical
squad against a 42-year-old woman and her elderly mother for two reasons:
Tessman had refused to turn herself in and had threatened to harm herself.
Not everyone agrees. City Coun. Dave Thiele, who sits on the police
commission, said he has some hard questions for police Chief Bob Wasylyshen
at the next commission meeting.
"I think this was excessive force. I know they had a warrant, but
surely they could have handled this another way."
"I talked to her poor mother just before Christmas, and she couldn't
stop crying," said Liberal MLA Bill Bonner, who visited the Tessmans at the
behest of a constituent.
"I'd like to see an investigation into this. My main concern is the
mother, who has obviously been traumatized by this."
Robbie Davidson, a prominent local criminal lawyer, was also
unimpressed by the police action. "You could say that if police believed she
could harm herself or others, they might be justified in going in the way
they did," he said. "But the more negative spin would be that this woman was
a major pain in the ass and the police wanted to show her some serious
force, to show her who's got the power.
"Tactical teams are supposed to be for high-risk takedowns. This does
not sound like that kind of situation at all."
Bellmore said that the police won't pay to repair Tessman's home,
adding it was Tessman's responsibility to comply with police orders to
The police action voided the Tessmans' insurance; they live on the
Davidson said Tessman has a potentially solid civil case against the
police for damages and mental suffering.
And Tessman says she's determined to sue the cops - as soon as she can
find a lawyer she can afford.
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