“This is the second implanted transmitter; this device appeared under rather unusual circumstances on 10th March 1972, when I became tranquilized in the hotel where I was temporarily lodging. This implantation preceded a period of prolonged torture with personality-altering radio signals 10 – 20 hours a day and they started communicating directly with my brain. It was then I realized that they could discern my thoughts and, indeed, experience my entire range of cognitive activity. … The picture was taken at Karolinska Hospital where all radiographers deny that any foreign object can be identified in this picture. However, there are a number of overseas physicians who testify the obvious fact, that several transmitters can be seen quite clearly.” — Robert Naeslund, INMC, Open Letter, Stockholm, Sweden, May 1993, page 32.
Dr. Robert G. Heath, of Tulane University, has implanted as many as 125 electrodes in a human being’s brain. In his experiments, he discovered that he could control his patients’ memories, sexual arousal, fear, pleasure, and cause hallucinations.
Mental Patients Utilized
Investigations at different mental hospitals in Sweden have shown that a great number of patients out of fifty interviewed, thought themselves to be victims of long-term medical experiments. A number of these patients were actually in need of mental care due to the experiments. There were also many at the hospitals who were forcibly placed there because they had declared that a transmitter had been implanted in their heads during an operation, or in conjunction with admittance to the mental hospital.
Checks were made of all groups with electronic devices which confirmed that there were radio waves traveling from brain transmitters in many patients.
Interviews with patients were done at Långbro Hospital, Beckomberga Hospital, as well as at Karolinska Hospital Psychiatric Clinic.
The radio waves which pass through the brain are not necessarily registered by one who has a brain transmitter. Only when the effect is greatly increased, for example when experiments are performed, is it possible for the victim to detect them.
Constructive Behavior Modification
Robert Schwitzgebel and A. Hansin Kappelman
Science News, Vol. 103, No. 21 (May 26, 1973), p. 335
(article consists of 1 page)
Man Shoots 5, Killing One, In a Georgia Shopping Mall
By RONALD SMOTHERS, Special to The New York Times
Published: Wednesday, April 25, 1990
A 31-year-old man who had been released from a mental hospital a day ago killed one person and wounded four others today when he opened fire in a shopping mall just outside Atlanta with a gun he had bought in a pawnshop on Monday, the police said.
They said the gunman then threw the weapon into a trash can, walked out the mall's main entrance and surrendered to plainclothes officers.
The man, James Calvin Brady, was charged with one count of murder and four counts of aggravated assault after the shooting, at the Perimeter Mall, on the northern edge of the city.
All four of the wounded are reported in good or stable condition.
Susan Matlock, a spokeswoman for the De Kalb County Department of Public Safety, quoted police investigators as saying they learned from doctors at the Georgia Regional Hospital, a state mental health complex here, that Mr. Brady had been diagnosed as ''homicidal and suicidal'' before his release.
The Associated Press quoted Col. M. F. Ferguson of the De Kalb County police as saying a document found in Mr. Brady's pocket said he suffered from delusions, ''can be hostile, threatening, and has a history of alcohol abuse.'' During questioning, the police said, Mr. Brady talked of God and about a ''mechanical device'' inside him controlling his actions.
Dr. Richard Fields, superintendent of the hospital, would not discuss the police reports, citing confidentiality.
Witnesses said the well-dressed gunman walked into an area of the mall with fast-food stands and fired six to eight shots from a .38-caliber snub-nose revolver. He was about to reload the gun, they told the police, when an unidentified person standing nearby apparently talked him out of it.
''We do not know who he is,'' Sgt. Paul E. Kelhofer of the De Kalb County police said of the bystander. ''We wish he would come forward.''
A 'Blank Stare'
The incident began just before lunch, as the fast-food area, decorated with balloons, was beginning to fill up, said Ronnie McWilliams, a construction superintendent who had sat down to eat there. Looking calm, the man strolled into the area, reached inside his jacket and pulled out the gun, Mr. McWilliams said.
Lydia Appel, manager of the Haagen-Dazs ice cream store in the mall, said the gunman had a ''blank stare.'' She said he shot once, took a few steps forward and fired four to seven more shots into the area where people were seated at tables.
''And he turned to his left, flipped open his gun, took out the cartridges and walked out,'' said Ms. Appel. ''He wasn't looking for anybody. He was just shooting at random.''
Review of Disclosure Policy
The dead man was identified as Michael Gregory Music, 24, of Norcross, Ga. He was taken to Northside Hospital with a chest wound and died there about four hours after the shooting.
Officials of the State Department of Human Resources refused to discuss whether Mr. Brady had been a patient at the mental hospital. But they said the incident had prompted them to review their procedures and the legal issues surrounding disclosure of a patient's medical records.
Reports on Mr. Brady's background are sketchy. Lieut. Rodney Maddox, another police spokesman, said the suspect was thought to have been in the Atlanta area for the past two months. Under the name Reginald Moorman, by which he was identified for a short time today, he was arrested in Virginia in 1987 and charged with failing to pay a restaurant bill.
Sergeant Kelhofer of the De Kalb County police said a search of Mr. Brady's apartment in southwest Atlanta today turned up a receipt that led investigators to an Atlanta pawnshop, where they found documents indicating he had bought a .38-caliber revolver there on Monday. Officers said he paid $129 for the revolver and 12 rounds of hollow-point ammunition, a type designed to expand on impact and cause particularly severe wounds.
photo: James Calvin Brady in police custody after the shooting yesterday in a mall near Atlanta. (The Gwinnett Daily News/Phillip Barr)
NOTE: Imagine that…….an off duty Offricer happens to be at the Mall and
Off-duty Officer with Concealed Handgun stops Utah Mall Shooting
I have been arguing this point for years, but here is one reason why police officers should be allowed to carry concealed handguns when they are off-duty. Fortunately, the off-duty officer ignored the "no guns allowed" sign at the Mall. The killer apparently also ignored the sign.
Another posting and comments…
"I guess, as a gun blogger, I should say something about it. A crazy guy walked into a mall with a shotgun (despite the mall’s signs saying that guns were not allowed – go figure) and started shooting people. He also had a handgun, which is illegal for him to own since he is under the age of 21. He killed five and injured four. He was prevented from shooting more people by an off-duty police officer, who also thankfully ignored the No Guns Allowed sign.
The shooter was named Sulejmen Talovic, a Bosnian immigrant and Muslim. There are allegations from the right
that the media is intentionally not covering the fact that this guy was a Muslim and that he may have been living out some Jihadist fantasy.
It is a fact that mind control and behavior modification technology started long before even 1973……implants of microtransmitters and transponders to control behavior and be able to find the person 24X7, plus deliver electronic shocks if they misbehaved or to modify their behavior. now, we move to nano-techology. This is how they control the school shooters, Ft hood types, and mass murders especially when shooters like Columbine was used for their Satanic ritualized killings. The Program was or is called "Development and Legal Regulation of Coercive Behavior Modification Techniques with Offenders" H.E.W. financed this project. Reference Ralph K. Schwitzgebel.
Hence, they prefer to control and achieve with as little to do as possible….however, THEY WILL NOT STOP. Their final option will be a false flag………and their final option WWIII as planned by Albert Pike before 1872.
1909 – Meeting of The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, quoted from the minutes of the meeting. “The trustees of the Foundation brought up a single question. If it is desirable to alter the life of a single people, is there any means more efficient than war…. They discussed this question…… for a year and came up with an answer: There are no known means more efficient than war, assuming the objective is altering the life of an entire people. That leads them to a question: How do we involve the United States in a war?
[Written by former U.S. Congressman Norman Dodd, testified that he was invited to study the minutes of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: Report from Iron Mountain, New York , Dell Pub., 1967].
Confirmed by actual interview
Also … Kerry Cassidy's website has been taken down.