Government Overreach / Breaking Curses

Hosted byGeorge Noory

Government Overreach / Breaking Curses

About the show

In the first half, government whistleblower and former CEO of a cancer detection laboratory Michael Daugherty recounted how in 2010, his business LabMD faced extortion from a cybersecurity company named Tiversa, which told him there'd been a security breach of his patient files. But he later learned that Tiversa itself hacked into LabMD, trying to force them into hiring them to fix the "breach." When Daugherty refused to comply, Tiversa reported LabMD to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) about the so-called breach, and the FTC ended up taking Daugherty to court over the issue. Though Tiversa's scheme was later exposed and their company raided by the FBI, the FTC never apologized to Daugherty, he reported.

The FTC case against LabMD was eventually dropped after years, and Daugherty said they had to spend millions in lawyers' fees to fight the case. Under the Equal Access for Justice Act, they were able to recoup just $800,000 in reimbursement for legal costs. "We have to get rid of our assumptions that justice in this country right now is equal for all," he remarked. He has formed The Justice Society, "training Davids to beat Goliaths" and to demand accountability from the government. Daugherty's case remains a rare instance of going up against the FTC and government overreach and winning.


Psychic Medium Lisa McGarrity is the owner of the popular Long Island metaphysical store Envision Crystal. In the latter half, she talked about the wide variety of curses that plague people and the various ways to identify and break these curses. Humans have a powerful will and can intentionally focus their anger on influencing and hurting others, and this can create negative energy around a targeted person, she explained. According to McGarrity, a person may be under the influence of a curse if they have a repeating pattern of negative things happening to them, even when they are behaving well or staying out of trouble. There are also ancestral curses, she said, that can last for generations until they're broken (the so-called 'Kennedy curse' could be an example of this with the family suffering from premature deaths, accidents, and assassinations).

To counteract a curse, she suggested prayer, meditation, or aura-cleansing remedies like burning sage or frankincense or taking a sea salt bath. If these techniques prove insufficient, an individual might want to turn to a spiritual practitioner for help, she added. McGarrity also detailed how a person can tune into angels for guidance-- particularly the archangels Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael. Michael is particularly suited for combating negative forces, she noted, while Raphael deals with healing, and Gabriel can help people open up their intuition and psychic awareness. Offering readings to callers in the last hour, McGarrity said she receives messages from deceased loved ones. A part of a spirit still maintains its identity even after incarnating in a new life, she revealed, though typically, a soul waits around 80 years before starting a new existence.

News segment guests: John M. Curtis, Charles Coppes

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