Actually, journalist Curtis Waltman from the non-profit organization MuckRock just wanted to find out with his Freedom of Information Act Request (FOIA), what is stored about the antifa and white racists. But what he received, surprised him a lot. Because in the documents of the Washington State Fusion Center (WSFC), which is mainly run by the Department of Homeland Security, was also a zip file with mysterious name “EM effects on human body.zip”.
The zip contained different images which showed among other things the effects of electromagnetic weapons on the human body. The following image, which was included in the zip, shows symptoms that are probably familiar to many targeted individuals: artificial tinnitus, heat pain, sleep deprivation, artificial dreams, or forced body twitching – to name but a few.
The following image, also taken from the zip, shows typical methods of targeting humans with microwaves.
According to Curtis Waltman, however, the images were not created by Homeland Security itself. According to him, a software engineer named Supratik Saha probably created some of the images.
According to popular science magazine Popular Mechanics, at least some of the images already appeared in an article in the Australian Nexus Magazine regarding the lawsuit of John St. Clair Akewi against the NSA. Akewi claimed in the 1992 trial that the NSA has the “ability to assassinate US citizens covertly or run covert psychological control operations to cause subjects to be diagnosed with ill mental health”.
The British tabloid DailyMail told Waltman that there are several possibilities where the file came from: “It could have been meant for another release, it could have been gathered for an upcoming WSFC report, or it could even be from the personal files of an intelligence officer that somehow got mixed up in the release.”
A request from Waltman to the Washington State Fusion Center regarding the origin of the documents remains unanswered.
Waltman works at MuckRock, which is a US-based nonprofit organization that helps people request information through the Freedom of Information Act and publishes the information on its website for use by journalists.
It is proven, that especially the CIA has been involved in mind control experiments for a long time. The most prominent example is MKULTRA, with its almost 200 subprojects. Among other things, People were drugged (especially with LSD and mescaline) as part of the program and then experimented with. However, electromagnetic waves were also used early in these human experiments, even though MKULTRA primarily focused on drugs or other chemical substances (including warfare agents).
One of the biggest lawsuits against the CIA for human experimentation was raised in 2009 in the state of California. Three veteran groups sued the CIA, claiming that thousands of soldiers were used as human guinea pigs to study biological, chemical and psychological weapons. In 2010, a federal judge in San Francisco finally ordered the CIA to produce specific records of the human experiments that they conducted on the soldiers from 1950 to 1975. But the CIA and army still refuse to publish most documents – with reference to National Security. You can read more about the case here: http://edgewoodtestvets.org/
Here’s the link to the Original MuckRock article: https://www.muckrock.com/news/archives/2018/apr/18/fusion-center-em/
Human Body and Electromagnetic Waves
Source: “EM effects on human body.zip.”