Psychotronic Weapons Letter To Senate Committee
(The following letter is alarming and vital to the understanding of how far the issue of psychotronic weapons and projects aimed at controlling American citizens and people everywhere has progressed. This letter is dated February 9, 1994. The organization involved is no longer available at this address below. Ms. McKinney is said to be occupying a much lower profile these days. Nevertheless, this is an important document to consider)
Association of National Security
February 9, 1994
Chairman John Glenn
Attention: Mr. Chris Kline
Subject: Involuntary Human Experimentation
with Non-Ionizing Radiation
Dear Mr. Kline:
Senator Glenn's publicly-expressed
outrage that this government has (once again) been found to be engaging
in brutal forms of involuntary human experimentation, and his demand, in
effect, that any and all forms of this type of experimentation be exposed
A large and growing number of people in this country hope that the Senator's expressed outrage was sincere, and that your Committee's investigations are not simply a means of diverting attention from complaints centering on this government's long-term role in involuntary human experiments with non-ionizing forms of radiation.
Now that the Departments of Defense,
Energy and Justice have openly admitted that directed-energy weapons systems
do indeed exist, complaints of experimentation with these systems can no
longer be ignored.
As stated to you during our telephone
conversation last week, this Project is focused on complaints concerning
experiments with non-ionizing, so-called "non-lethal," directed-energy
weapons, surveillance and psychotronics systems. In bringing this to your
attention, I am representing the interests, currently, of some 100 U.S.
citizens, who are the subjects of both vicious forms of overt harassment
and concurrent directed-energy harassment.
The enclosed copy of Microwave Harassment
and Mind-Control Experimentation is a preliminary investigative finding,
only. The accompanying Supplement furnishes an update on the current status
of this Project.
I am also enclosing copies of letters exchanged with, and directed to the Department of Defense, the Department of Justice, and the Food & Drug Administration, which are self-explanatory. I am also enclosing copies of two articles concerning John Alexander, of the Los Alamos National Laboratory's Nonlethal Weapons Division, which I will address below. Also enclosed is a letter to a woman in contact with this Project which addresses some of the effects of long-term exposure to these so-called "non-lethal" systems. Just as a matter of interest--DoD-sponsored "hy'e" in the media to the contrary notwithstanding--non-lethal weapons systems can be incredibly lethal.
They are not gentle systems, as
this government would like for the public to believe. Questions which need
to be asked by the Committee on Government Affairs, as a preliminary, are
1. By what formal means are U.S. Government agencies, to include the
Department of Defense, prevented
from testing "non-lethal", directed-energy weapons, surveillance
and psychotronics systems on U.S. citizens under involuntary circumstances?
2. By what formal means are U.S.
Government contractors and sub-contractors prevented from testing "non-lethal",
directed-energy weapons, surveillance and psychotronics systems on U.S.
citizens under involuntary circumstances?
3. Why does the Energy Policy Act
of 1992 fail to prohibit involuntary human experimentation with non-ionizing
forms of radiation?
4. How many members of Congress
and of the Administration have investments in firms which are engaged in
the development and testing of directed-energy systems?
5. Why is Los Alamos National Laboratory,
a Department of Energy agency, engaged in the development of "non-lethal",
6. Why is John Alexander--a 30-year
US Army Special Forces veteran with a long-term interest in the "psychotronics"
(mind-control) aspects of directed-energy systems--regarded as being particularly
qualified to direct the Non-Lethal Systems Division of Los Alamos National
7. Why is the Department of Energy
(and John Alexander in particular) in the business of promoting "non-lethal"
systems as tools for law enforcement, and as weapons systems for the military?
8. Why are these "non-lethal"
systems being kept classified?
9. Where is the test data on the
efficacy of these directed-energy weapons, surveillance and psychotronics
systems being obtained, and who in Congress, specifically, is overseeing
10. Why is the Department of Defense
pushing for an increase in the numbers of Ground Wave Emergency Network
(GWEN) towers in this country?
11. How many satellites launched
under the auspices of DoD, the National Reconnaissance Office, and the
Central Intelligence Agency are engaged in the surveillance of U.S. citizens"
And how many of those satellites qualify as directed-energy emitters; i.e.,
as "amplified communications" satellites?
12. What federal constraints have
been placed on the construction of microwave towers and other antennae
arrays in this country; and what assurances do U.S. citizens have that
emissions from those towers and antennae arrays are not being used for
involuntary human experimental purposes?
14. Who in Congress is overseeing the construction and use of microwave towers and antennae arrays in this country?
15. Why is it that complaints by
U.S. citizens concerning directed-energy harassment and experimentation
are being ignored?
16. Since Ms. .Susan Patrick Ford,
of the Department of Defense, appears to be unable to answer the questions
posed in my letter to her dated November 18, 1993, can you answer these
In sum, Mr. Kline, this is a problem
which Congress can ill afford to ignore. There are many angry people in
this country who are fed up with these experiments. (Not all experimentees
are kept effectively isolated.) A number of experimentees recognize the
rapidly burgeoning numbers of microwave towers and antennae arrays in this
country are a part of the problem--a level of recognition which, indeed,
may have prompted the destruction of two major "communications towers"
in Chiapas, Mexico, shortly prior to that government's decision to close
the borders to that state.
A lawless government spawns a lawlessness,
generally. It is apparent to me that this country is merely "testing
its wings", so to speak, where lawlessness and chaos, at this stage,
is concerned. Creating more prisons and hiring more police is not the solution.
The U.S. Congress--and Senator Glenn's
Committee, in particular,--is in a position to ensure that no government
agency, surrogate or otherwise, has a license to run rampant over the human
and civil rights of citizens of this country, and that this government,
once again, learns to adhere to the principles which were the basis for
this country's creation.
Please do let me hear from you concerning
Director, Electronic Surveillance Project