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Subject: Re: Human Experimentation : Calling All Help Offered
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Date: Mon, 20 Jan 2003 02:35:28 GMT
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Organization: AT&T Worldnet
No, I have not ignored it. I have subsequently measured the effects and have
reported it. Pl. see posting about 'Human Experimentation : The Utility Co.
is in it neck deep'. of 1/7/03 :- shown below -
"News2020" wrote in message
> Human Experimentaiton : The Utility Co. is in it neck deep !
> Would it be too surprising after Enron or Anderson ?
> The varying field is after (mind-control patterns like morse code
> signalling) seem to be coming from the mains switch boxes and lighting
> control boxes and transformers etc. All over the place in my neighborhood.
> Amplifiers are located in walls of the house and appliances. No wonder !
"John Michael Williams" wrote in message
> yaright wrote in message
> > On Tue, 31 Dec 2002 12:45:47 GMT, "News2020" wrote:
> > >Let's see who gets some conscience. It has been over a year of
> > >now. Even the FCC would have heard it the first time I reported it. I
> > >...
> > C A L L the FCC or the FBI N O W! (Before its too late!)
> > The FCC (Toll Free) phone number is:
> > (888) CALL-FCC or (888) 225-5322
> > The FBI (San Jose, Field Office) phone number is:
> > (408) 224-0973
> > This will be my last message to you.
> > Good Luck and God help you, if your right...
> > (This has nothing to do with any church.)
> This won't work: I responded to the same pseudonym
> ("News2020") in a different topic, telling him or her
> to get a Microalert microwave detector. Evidently,
> advice as to apparatus will be ignored, because
> these postings continue (with declining informational
> In addition to this ignoring of serious
> advice by the supposed victim, there will
> be even worse ignoring by FCC and probably FBI.
> Try calling the "toll free number" yourself:
> Or, better send a (written) Email: FCC has
> not enforced anything since the start of the
> Clinton administration, when it began selling
> free air to broadcasters at exhorbitant prices.
> I complained a while ago about a neighbor, who
> was operating a microwave transmitter illegally
> and interfering with my TV (the TV has since
> failed--problem solved technologically):
> FCC sent back an Email, saying the interference
> was my fault for not having a "filter", and
> appending a list of commercial vendors of power
> cord filters (ferrites, mostly). How much
> were they paid for that?
> I wrote again, saying the interference still was
> occurring, with a filter, and FCC simply refused
> to reply. They are a pack of lazy spectrum marketers,
> crafting and recrafting their regulations so
> they won't have to be bothered expending any effort
> on complaints.
> Subtract the FCC from the Federal Government, and
> you have the same government. The miracle of
> the loaves and fishes . . ..
> Go ahead, take a bite at the toll-free number!
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