The United Nations has solicited reports from citizens of the United States regarding our torture by directed energy weapons, and Special Rapporteur Nils Melzer has promised his report to the Human Rights Council in March of 2020.
Why hasn’t the United Nations done anything to protect people against touchless torture earlier? They didn’t protect Dr. Katherine Horton, who is suing the intelligence agencies in Britain, and they didn’t even acknowledge receipt of information regarding attacks on my friend.
The answer is simple: The United Nations is behind these attacks.
The John Birch Society, of which I am a member, has called out the United Nations as a satanic globalist institution that seeks to destroy our country.
The United Nations is a front for child rape.
In a recent article on Activist Post, Janet Phelan describes “mounting concerns that the judiciary in the U.S. is compromised.” But how about the United Nations?
There is no question that directed energy weapons are real, and they have been around for over one hundred years.
Doctors like Rauni Kilde, the Chief Medical Officer of Finland, have spoken against touchless torture.
Directed energy weapons have been used against our embassy workers in Russia, China, and Cuba.
I suffer constantly from touchless torture, as do many others.
I went to Washington, D.C., last fall, to protest the use of directed energy weapons, microwave harassment, and touchless torture.
So why am I against a United Nations inquiry? Why do I disagree so strongly with Janet Phelan’s article, “UN Receives Reports That US Citizens Have Been Tortured,” as published on Activist Post?
Because Janet Phelan gets it so wrong. Not only does she support a United Nations inquiry, when the United Nations is a globalist institution, supporting the New World Order, attacking the sovereignty of all nations, and perpetrating horrific crimes; but she incorrectly claims that our legal system is inadequate to respond to the commission of these torts. Janet Phelan claims that “there is no right to sue on a federal level for torture;” and she goes on to say, “The sole federal law governing torture defines it as something occurring outside the borders of the US, therefore making it impossible for domestic victims to sue.” That’s just plain wrong, and I know because I am a lawyer.
I support Dr. Katherine Horton’s case against the intelligence agencies, for which I have given an affidavit and am ready to testify as a fact witness, and I encourage you to do the same. Just filling out her affidavit form will help you organize and understand your experience. It helped me!
I support Richard Lighthouse’s appeal for affidavits, so we can get writs of mandamus to require prosecutors to pursue deep state criminals. I have sent him petitions, which takes ten minutes, and I encourage all of you to do the same.
I am also interested in Kevin Annett’s movement to set up common law courts to prosecute criminals, and I recommend that people buy his books.
Along those lines, if any of you land on a grand jury, please learn about presentments, through which you can order the prosecution of criminals and crimes.
I wrote an article about how to sue government agencies, including the CIA for abuse under MK-ULTRA, containing judicial opinions and scholarly articles.
Still, if you can identify perpetrators, particular places where you were held, particular people or institutions that tortured you, or particular companies that participated in these crimes, I believe the easiest course is to sue them and only them. Leaving the government out of the mix will simplify your case.
For instance, even though DARPA stands behind our abuse, they’re harder to sue because of the Federal Tort Claims Act.
Instead you might sue Raytheon. They are a defense contractor full of criminals that facilitates our touchless torture. I hope someone sues the hell out of them!!!
Hitting someone with a directed energy weapon, with a thrown object, or with a water cannon, just like punching them in the face, or injecting drugs into their arm, is a tort under the common law. It’s called battery. It occurs when the defendant intentionally causes harmful or offensive contact.
To win damages in a court case, the tort of battery must be proven more likely than not. That’s the tiniest bit more than fifty percent–just enough to tip the scales.
A harder tort to prove is intentional infliction of emotional distress (IIED). Here the defendant must intentionally or recklessly cause the plaintiff severe emotional distress by behaving in an outrageous way. In some jurisdictions this may have a harder standard of proof–clear and convincing evidence or roughly 70% probability.
Then there are torts like products liability, for making dangerous things, or false imprisonment, which some plaintiffs could also bring.
Who decides whether you have met the burden of proof? It’s not a judge. If you make a jury demand, which is your right to do under the United States Constitution, and is a simple matter of checking a box on a form or adding a sentence to your complaint, then a jury of ordinary people will decide whether you win your case.
The sacred right to a jury trial is enshrined not only in our common law but in our constitution, the very things the United Nations attacks.
You can sue in state courts where the defendant resides or where you were attacked, or you can sue in federal court if the defendant and you reside in different states and the amount you seek is more than seventy-five thousand dollars. That’s called diversity jurisdiction, and it is supported by Article III of the Constitution and 28 U.S. Code § 1332. Those are laws the United Nations seeks to undermine or destroy, and invoking diversity jurisdiction is simply a matter of ticking a box on a federal complaint form.
Sue for damages under the common law, or take the other actions described in this article. Don’t expect the United Nations to fix your problems.
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