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I think the brain initiative is the great deception. In "Safeguards in a World of Ambient Intelligence" by Springer on page nine it states that law enforcement would have you believe that we can only be safe if they know where you are, what you are doing and what your are "thinking" at all times. The Brain Initiative is funding to unfurl a ubiquitous surveillance system. I recently read the BioInitiative Report 2012. Virginia State Police and Newport News/Hampton police had Dr. Lawrence Chang, Pariser Dermatology, without my knowlege and consent' implant me with a microchip. He removed a birthmark and implanted it on January 8, 2010. On May 26, 2013, he removed a lymphoma tumor from around it but refuses to remove the microchip. It's against the law in Virginia. During these years, police have used lasers, masers, active denial system, etc. to electronically rape, sodomize and torture me. It is excruciatingly painful. I am headed to the supreme court to do battle for all victims of this heinous torture. Read "The Long Walk" by Brian Castner. I have never been to war, but we have something in common - the microchip. We have something else - as he puts it, "This is my new life. It's intolerable." If I win my lawsuit, I am taking this chip off every vet I can. The problem is - you can't help those that took their life rather than be tortured. Virginia has a $600 million dollar surplus this year - not doubt from unethical research. You can find their whole deception under darpa's - the mind weapon. You can see the horrific health effects in BioInitiative Report 2012. If you come to Virginia - beware of law enforcement - they're criminals.


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