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Electronic Harassment

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Date: Monday - February 8, 2010
Host: George Noory
Guests: Dr. John Hall, Douglas Hagmann

Practicing physician Dr. John Hall discussed his work with thousands of victims of electronic harassment, stalking, and mind control and how CIA/NSA technology is being used to track, intimidate, and even read the thoughts of people. The technology, which can create voices in a person's head, simulates mental illness, leading many to think that victims are delusional, he explained. Yet the stalking component, common in many cases, is a clear sign that the harassment is not just in their head.

There are some methods to deflect attacks from directed energy weapons like particle beams, ultrasound, and laser, but audio harassment, such as communications beamed directly into the head via microwaves, and blanketed low frequency waves are harder to stop, he said. According to his intelligence contacts, the technology to enable these techniques comes from satellites, rather than someone on the ground.

Electronic harassment victims are about 70% female, who sometimes suffer from sexual assaults, he reported. In some cases, the victims have gotten on the wrong side of a large law firm, or private investigators are involved, yet Hall believes the harassment cases could be a form of government experimentation. He is calling for a congressional hearing to bring an end to this kind of harassment/experimentation and recommends that victims contact the organization Freedom from Covert Harassment & Surveillance. Interestingly, James Walbert recently won a court case in which his former business associate was ordered to stop using "electronic means" to harass him.

Iran's Surprise Punch

Last hour guest, Douglas Hagmann of the Northeast Intelligence Network talked about a possible threat related to Iran's surprise "punch" promised for later this week, on February 11th. Rather than an attack, he suspects we'll see some type of military or technological display.

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