Petitioning OMCT International Secretariat United Nations World Organization Against Torture and 12 others

STOP FALSE DIAGNOSES LEADING TO FORCED PSYCHIATRIC DETAINMENT TO COVER ILLEGAL HUMAN EXPERIMENTATION AND MILITARY TRAINING RESULTING IN TORTURE

STOP FALSE DIAGNOSES LEADING TO FORCED PSYCHIATRIC DETAINMENT TO COVER ILLEGAL HUMAN EXPERIMENTATION AND MILITARY TRAINING RESULTING IN TORTURE

This Petition is to ask Congress to immediately implement legislation to stop the fraudulent diagnosis and detention of involuntary human research subjects as mentally ill without proper validation as set forth by individual State policies and procedure. Victims may also be used as non-consensual human research subjects of military training. In a 2013 report of the United Nations it was said that forced psychiatric treatment IS torture.  This crime is currently being investigated by the United Nations World Organisation on Torture Twenty-second Session of the General Assembly  

These false and forced institutionalizations based on fraudulent diagnoses are being used to isolate, silence and ruin the credibility of (as former Congressman Kucinich stated, “high-valued targets”), victims.  These diagnoses create doubt of the victim’s statements of abuses by these many technologies.   Such false and invalid diagnoses are also used to ‘cloak’ non-consensual human experimentation testing and evaluation of various technologies, and other crimes against humanity. 

Former Ohio Senator John Glenn introduced the Human Research Protection Act to Congress in January 1997 (S.196).  Former Senator Glenn’s speech as reported in the Congressional Record is shown below.  Former President William Clinton issued Executive Order 12975 October 3, 1995 to regulate research on human subjects named Protection of Human Research Subjects and Creation of National Bioethics Advisory Commission.  A memorandum was issued March 27, 1997 by President Clinton strengthening the protection of use of human subjects in military “Classified” research.  Ohio Representative Dennis Kucinich introduced the Space Preservation Act in October 2001 (HR 1977), asking Congress to ban the use of military space weapons in the United States which included psychotronic weapons.  (http://www.fas.org/sgp/congress/2001/hr2977.html)

Patents for military technology have been identified as the cause of many claims of psychological and emotional harassment.  Thousands of people in the United States of America are reporting to be targets of the military (during their many training missions) and targets of government research and contractors of remote neural monitoring and behavior influence technology via the use of Directed Energy Weapons and electronic harassment.  A significant percentage of these people have been forcefully admitted to mental institutions and psychiatric hospitals as a result of filing complaints of such harassment.  False diagnoses have been used to label the victim with schizophrenia and/or delusional disorders.  Depression is another diagnosis usual to this type of psychological and physical mistreatment of humans which fits the description of torture. Some of the victims have found that their mothers were also victimized by some psychological symptoms that can now be attributed to the use of this technology on them.  (Note: Few victims have reported that their fathers were ever hospitalized or treated for any type of mental illness due to this harassment which validates that 75%+ of those targeted are women.)

Many sources of testing, including MRI, fMRI, CT-Scan, EEG and testing the chemistry of the blood, is available today to aid in the identification of a specific mental illness and to rule out diseases of the brain.  Yet, most of these victims will tell you that a stigmatizing diagnosis of mental illness was made after just a verbal conversation with a psychiatrist, psychologist or other medical professional.  Sometimes this would have been just a Crisis Team representative at a hospital Emergency Room or by a mental health center intake worker.

Most victims of mental health misdiagnosis have been implanted without their permission which is alluded to in Senator Glenn’s bill.  This implantation allows for further violation of a person’s human rights by allowing them to be persecuted by electronic means.  Psychotronic is defined as the use of electronics to affect the brain and the mind.   Thus, behavior of a targeted victim can be influenced to mimic a mental illness allowing for these false diagnoses even when the medical professional knows about the victimization of the patient.

In a report by the Physicians for Human Rights, Broken Laws, Broken Lives, it is known that torture produces short-term and long-term psychological damage.  The problem comes when law enforcement, physicians and the mental health community do not want to admit that a victim is suffering the effects of torture rather than a real mental illness.   To read more about torture and its effects go to: www.prcsd.org/pdf's/BrokenLaws_14.pdf and http://thejusticecampaign.org/?page_id=273

The 2008 Special Rapporteur report names forced psychiatric interventions (such as psychosurgery, electroshock and administration of mind-altering drugs including neuroleptics) among practices that may constitute torture or ill treatment. Other medical practices that may constitute torture or ill treatment are restraint and seclusion, forced abortion or sterilization and involuntary commitment to psychiatric institutions. The medical context itself is one where “serious violations and discrimination against persons with disabilities may be masked as ‘good intentions’ on the part of health care professionals.” To read more see: http://www.narpa.org/UN-forced%20treatment%20is%20torture.htm

In a report released February 1 and March 4, 2013, this same organisation reports that forced involuntary confinement in a psychiatric facility IS torture. This statement was made by Mr. Juan E. Mendez in a Special Rapporteur on Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment to the 22nd session of the Human Rights Council, March 4, 2013 in Geneva. The entire report, in PDF, can be downloaded at www.ohchr.org/Documents/Issues/SRTorture/StatementHRC16...

In 1994 Former Army Intelligence Officer Julianne McKinney wrote Senator Glenn about the use of this technology on unwitting citizens in these States of America.  In 2005, Lynn Surgalla, Past Vice-President of the United States Psychotronic Association wrote a letter to the court on behalf of these citizens assuring the court that these weapons a.k.a. Psychotronic Weapons, are being used by criminal elements in our own government as weapons for “Slow Kill” torture-interrogation by war criminals worldwide.”

Ms. McKinney, Director of Electronic Surveillance Project Association of National Security Alumni wrote an article entitled Microwave Harassment and Mind-Control Experimentation (December 1992).  One paragraph of this report reads, “A matter of interest to us is why WRAIR (author’s note-Walter Reed Army Institute of Research) should be experimenting with auditory effects of pulsed microwave audiograms. Also, recent statements by an Army psychiatrist assigned to the Walter Reed Army Medical Center (WRAMC) suggest that WRAIR may be experimenting upon select psychiatric inpatients with microwaves. This, too, is a matter to us.”  Further down in this report Ms. McKinney states, That psychiatric facility is in a State where a disproportionate number of complaints of electronic harassment are beginning to surface. It is also within range of a U.S. Air Force base which houses a "super secret" research facility. We are currently looking into information that spouses and children of persons employed on that USAF base may be the targets of involuntary experimentation involving direct-energy weapons technologies.”  

20 years after Ms. McKinney’s report and almost that long since she began to voice concerns to Congress and the President, even more complaints are being documented by physicians, in hospital emergency rooms, mental institutions and psychiatric hospitals as cases of mental illness. These diagnoses are being made without the proper test to rule out the validity of the complaint. The author of this petition had a personal conversation with a Captain employee at Walter Reed Army Hospital who made the statement to me, “he does not have to be near you to do this to you.”  This statement was made in reference to the use of this at-a-distance technology.  A retired Navy Communications Engineer also validates the use of microwave voice-to-skull (auditory effects) as does the Army Intelligence and Security Division of Fort George Meade, MD in unclassified documents.  The very existence of this technology that can be used to make a person seem to be hallucinating or delusional makes room for such misdiagnosis and stereotyping. These people are innocent, unwitting victims of government experimentation or vicious use of psychotronic technology by military, government contractors, or other international criminals.

Join me in petitioning Congress to launch an investigation and issue legislative instructions for the Department of Health and Human Services, American Psychiatric Association, American Medical Association and all affiliates to not be allowed to make mental illness diagnosis or hold a person in a mental health facility without the appropriate testing to properly diagnose such an illness.  Also, those in the medical or mental health professional who knowingly make false diagnosis to get a court to involuntarily commit a victim of non-consensual human experimentation should also be addressed and laws instituted to allow for the charges to be made against that healthcare professional and organization.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------THE CONGRESSIONAL RECORD

January 22, 1997

 Statements on Introduced Bills and Joint Resolutions

(Page S645)

Human Research Subject Protection Act

Mr. GLENN. Madam President, I rise today to introduce the Human Research Subject Protection Act of 1997. I send the bill to the desk.

Mr. GLENN. Madam President, if I approached any Senator here and I said, 'You did not know it, but the last time they went to the doctor or went to the hospital, your wife or your husband or your daughter or your son became the subject of a medical experiment that they were not even told about. They were given medicine, they were given pills, they were given radiation, they were given something and were not even told about this, were not even informed about it, yet they are under some experimental research that might possibly do them harm - maybe some good will come out of it, but maybe it will do them harm also - but they do not know about it,' people would laugh at that and say that is ridiculous. That cannot possibly happen in this country. Yet, that very situation is what this piece of legislation is supposed to address.

I have been in public life and have served this country for many years. Frankly, I do not think too many things that I see surprise me anymore about our laws and about Government. Three years ago, though, I began to learn about a gap in our legal system that does truly concern me. In 1993 the Governmental Affairs Committee began to investigate the cold war radiation experiments. These experiments are one of the unfortunate legacies of the cold war, when our Government sponsored experiments involving radiation on our own citizens without their consent. They did not even know the experiments were being run on them. It was without their consent. 

One of the most infamous of these experiments took place in my own State of Ohio, when scores of patients at the University of Cincinnati were subjected to large doses of radiation during experimental treatments, without their consent, without their informed consent. During the course of this investigation, I began to ask the question, what protections are in place to prevent such abuses from happening again? What law prohibits experimenting on people without their informed consent?

What I found, when I looked into it, is there is no law on the books requiring that informed consent be obtained. More important, I believe there is a need for such a law, as there continue to be cases where this basic right - I do view it as a basic right - is abused. As I started out, I would like to put this on a personal level for everyone of my colleagues. You just think about your own family, your own son, your own daughter, or grandchildren who might be, the next time they go to a doctor, the subject of some medical experiment that they are not even told about. I do not think there can be many things more un-American than that.

With the introduction of this bill today I hope to begin the process of correcting some serious gaps in our legal system. I want to make clear right now I am not seeking to bring medical research to a screeching halt. Please do not anybody at NIH, or anybody doing research throughout this country, think we are trying to stop that. We are not. That is not my intent and not the intent of this bill.

This country has the very finest health care system in the world, in part because of basic research. In fact, in large part because we have put more effort, more resources, more of our treasure into health research than any other nation in this world. In fact, I believe most people are not opposed to participating themselves in scientific research, if they are told about the pros and the cons. That is the goal of this legislation, to make sure that people have the appropriate information to make an informed choice about their medical treatment.

Everyone listening today probably has heard of the Nuremberg Code. That is the list of 10 ethical research principles which were produced as part of the judgment against Nazi physicians who engaged in truly heinous medical experiments during World War II.

The first principle of the Nuremberg Code states that the voluntary consent of the human subject of research is absolutely essential. Unfortunately, as we look back through our history since the late 1940's, it appears that researchers in America may not have taken all that Nuremberg lesson completely to heart.

I ask my colleagues what the following names might have in common: thalidomide, Tuskegee, and Willowbrook?

Well, the answer is that these are all sad examples of unethical research conducted in the United States, and in the United States well after the Nuremberg Code was issued, adopted and worldwide attention had been focused on some of the abuses of that time during World War II. Given this history, I find it astounding that even after Nuremberg, the thalidomide babies, Willowbrook, Tuskegee and the cold war radiation experiments, and who knows how many other cases, we still don't have a law on our books requiring that informed consent - those two words, 'informed consent' - be obtained prior to conducting research on human subjects.

I have had research conducted on me because of my past activities before I came to the Senate in the space program and so on, but I knew what was being looked at, what was being tried. I knew the objectives of it, and I was willing to do that. I was happy to do it. But it was informed consent that I had personally, and I knew what I was getting into and glad to do it.

I think most people feel the same way. If they know what they are getting into and they feel there is a good purpose to it, they are willing to do it. But to do research on people when they don't even know what the research or the medicines or the radiation is that is being tried on them, I think is unconscionable.

What it comes down to is there are no criminal fines or penalties for violating the spirit or the letter of that Nuremberg Code that should be the basis of all of our informed consent in this country.  In fact, our own Constitution says, 'The right of the people to be secure in their persons . . . shall not be violated.' So there is no explicit statutory prohibition against improper research. I must add that just because there is no law on the books does not mean there are no protections for people from unethical medical or scientific research.

These tragic incidents I have mentioned have resulted in changes in the way human research subjects are treated. I don't want to misrepresent this, because there is a very elaborate system of protections that have developed over the years. Unfortunately, though, this system does have some gaps and, if enacted, I believe this legislation will close those gaps. ...[end excerpt] for the entire bill go to: http://www.icomw.org/documents/glenn.pdf

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 Lynn A. Surgalla, Former Vice-President

United States Psychotronics Association

P.O. Box 2

Monmouth Beach, NJ 07750

6/20/05 

To the Court: 

As Former Vice-President of the United States Psychotronics Association, I assure the Court that the illegal testing, development and use of Psychotronic, Microwave, Laser and other forms of Electromagnetic Directed Energy Weaponry is a matter of grace concern to both the US and International Communities. These weapons are ALL potentially LETHAL, although sublethal injuries may also be inflicted as with the use of any other lethal weapon such as gun, knife or chemical poison.  Assault and Battery and/or torture/murder with any form of Directed Energy Weapon IS Assault and Battery and/or torture/murder with a LETHAL WEAPON.  Despite claims to the contrary by criminal elements in our own government, there is NO SUCH THING as a NONLETHAL WEAPON (even those currently in vogue for “Slow Kill” torture-interrogation by war criminals worldwide). 

In 2001, HR2977, The Space Preservation Act (2001) was introduced into Congress to BAN ALL Directed Energy Weapons.  Its passage has thusfar been blocked.  In 2002, the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR) formally listed a NEW CATEGORY of WEAPON OF MASS DESTRUCTION (Psychotronic Mind Control and other Electromagnetic Resonance Weapons) in their 2002 Media Guide to Disarmament.  In 2003, the State of Michigan passed into Law House Bills 4513 and 4514 BANNING the use of ALL FORMS of ELECTROMAGNETIC WEAPONS against Human Beings in the State of Michigan.  In 1999, the European Union Parliament passed Resolution A4-005/1999 Section 27 which “Calls for an International Convention introducing a GLOBAL BAN on all developments and deployments of weapons which might enable any forms of manipulation of Human Beings.” (PSYCHOTRONIC WEAPONS) 

Ms. Millicent Black’s claim of being assaulted with some form of DIRECTED ENERGY WEAPON is to be taken very seriously.  If the criminal assailants are found to be law enforcement personnel or government employees, then the crime is an EVEN MORE SERIOUS OFFENSE with grave political implications.  If the crime is found to be racially or religiously-motivated torture-assault, then the bias-crime laws also apply. 

I assure you that similar cases of assault-torture-murder with these weapons are being addressed all over the world.  Please give this matter your closest attention.  The INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMMUNITY is deeply interested in the outcome and concerned that justice be served in all cases of Directed Energy Weapons assault. 

Attached to this letter is a copy of my resume and relevant pages from HR2977 which lists the forms of Electromagnetic Directed Energy Weaponry currently in use. 

Sincerely, 

(signature on file)

Lynn A. Surgalla

Former Vice-President 

United States Psychotronics Association

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To see the entire bill go to:http://www.fas.org/sgp/congress/2001/hr2977.html

107th CONGRESS

1st Session

H. R. 2977

To preserve the cooperative, peaceful uses of space for the benefit of all humankind by permanently prohibiting the basing of weapons in space by the United States, and to require the President to take action to adopt and implement a world treaty banning space-based weapons.

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

October 2, 2001

Mr. KUCINICH introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Science, and in addition to the Committees on Armed Services, and International Relations, for a period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned

SEC. 6. NON SPACE-BASED WEAPONS ACTIVITIES.

Nothing in this Act may be construed as prohibiting the use of funds for--

(1) space exploration;

(2) space research and development;

(3) testing, manufacturing, or production that is not related to space-based weapons or systems; or

(4) civil, commercial, or defense activities (including communications, navigation, surveillance, reconnaissance, early warning, or remote sensing) that are not related to space-based weapons or systems.

SEC. 7. DEFINITIONS.

In this Act:

(1) The term `space' means all space extending upward from an altitude greater than 60 kilometers above the surface of the earth and any celestial body in such space.

(2)(A) The terms `weapon' and `weapons system' mean a device capable of any of the following:

(i) Damaging or destroying an object (whether in outer space, in the atmosphere, or on earth) by--

(I) firing one or more projectiles to collide with that object;

(II) detonating one or more explosive devices in close proximity to that object;

(III) directing a source of energy (including molecular or atomic energy, subatomic particle beams, electromagnetic radiation, plasma, or extremely low frequency (ELF) or ultra low frequency (ULF) energy radiation) against that object; or

(IV) any other unacknowledged or as yet undeveloped means.

(ii) Inflicting death or injury on, or damaging or destroying, a person (or the biological life, bodily health, mental health, or physical and economic well-being of a person)--

(I) through the use of any of the means described in clause (i) or subparagraph (B);

(II) through the use of land-based, sea-based, or space-based systems using radiation, electromagnetic, psychotronic, sonic, laser, or other energies directed at individual persons or targeted populations for the purpose of information war, mood management, or mind control of such persons or populations; or

(III) by expelling chemical or biological agents in the vicinity of a person.

(B) Such terms include exotic weapons systems such as--

(i) electronic, psychotronic, or information weapons;

(ii) chemtrails;

(iii) high altitude ultra low frequency weapons systems;

(iv) plasma, electromagnetic, sonic, or ultrasonic weapons;

(v) laser weapons systems;

(vi) strategic, theater, tactical, or extraterrestrial weapons; and

(vii) chemical, biological, environmental, climate, or tectonic weapons.

(C) The term `exotic weapons systems' includes weapons designed to damage space or natural ecosystems (such as the ionosphere and upper atmosphere) or climate, weather, and tectonic systems with the purpose of inducing damage or destruction upon a target population or region on earth or in space.

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For additional Information you can go to:

Freedom From Covert Surveillance and Harassment Press Release: http://bit.ly/ZHq6Jk 

Darlene Miles: http://www.change.org/petitions/unlawful-non-consensual-weapons-testing-on-civilians-and-military-personnel-must-stop

Galina Kurdina: http://www.change.org/petitions/member-of-congress-investigate-misuse-of-psychotronic-mind-control-weapons

100 Patents http://www.rexresearch.com/sublimin/sublimin.htm

Pamphlet on Informed Consent presented by International Society fior Ethical Psychology & Psychiatry (before you take psychiatric drugs)

http://psychrights.org/index.htm

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Letter to
OMCT International Secretariat United Nations World Organization Against Torture
Tennessee Governor
President of the United States
and 10 others
Tennessee State Senate
Tennessee State House
U.S. Senate
U.S. House of Representatives
National Org. for Women National Conference Director Becky Park
WHO Violence Against Women Regional Office for the Americas Donna Eberwine-Villagran
Matt Nosanchuk, Senior Counselor, USDOJ Civil Rights Division Phyllis Thomas on behalf of
U N Special Rapporteur Torture and Cruel, Inhuman and Degrading Treatment or Punishment Juan Mendez, Attorney
ACLU Susan Herman, President
United States DOJ Civil Rights Division Robert Moossy, Acting Chief (United States DOJ Civil Rights Division)
The President of the United States
The U.S. Senate
The U.S. House of Representatives

Please solicit Congress to immediately investigate and pass legislation to stop the fraudulent misdiagnosis and detention of involuntary human research subjects as mentally ill without proper validation as set forth by individual State policies and procedure. Victims may also be used as non-consensual human research subjects of military training. We join the United Nations World Organisation on Torture Twenty-second Session of the General Assembly in asking for an investigation into the torturous practice of forced psychiatric treatment.

These false and forced institutionalizations based on fraudulent diagnoses are being used to isolate, silence and ruin the credibility of (as former Congressman Kucinich stated, “high-valued targets”), victims. The misdiagnoses, then create doubt of the victim’s statements of abuses by these many technologies. Such false and invalid diagnoses are also used to ‘cloak’ non-consensual human experimentation testing and evaluation of various technologies, and other crimes against humanity.

Former Ohio Senator John Glenn introduced the Human Research Protection Act to Congress in January 1997 (S.196). Former Senator Glenn’s speech as reported in the Congressional Record is shown below. Former President William Clinton issued Executive Order 12975 October 3, 1995 to regulate research on human subjects called the Protection of Human Research Subjects and Creation of National Bioethics Advisory Commission. A memorandum was issued March 27, 1997 by President Clinton strengthening the protection of use of human subjects in military “Classified” research. Ohio Representative Dennis Kucinich introduced the Space Preservation Act in October 2001 (HR 1977), asking Congress to ban the use of military space weapons in the United States which included psychotronic weapons. (http://www.fas.org/sgp/congress/2001/hr2977.html)

Patents for military technology have been identified as the cause of many claims of psychological and emotional harassment. Many people in these States of America are reporting to be targets of military and government research of remote neural monitoring and behavior influence technology via the use of Directed Energy Weapons and electronic harassment. A significant percentage of these people have been forcefully admitted to mental institutions and psychiatric hospitals as a result of filing complaints of this harassment. False diagnoses have been used to label the victim with schizophrenia and/or delusional diagnosis. Depression is another diagnosis usual to this type of psychological and physical mistreatment of humans which fits the description of torture. Some of the victims have found that their mothers were also victimized by some psychological symptoms that can now be attributed to the use of military technology on them.

We applauded the March 7, 2013 signing of the Violence Against Women Act by President Obama which strengthens the laws against the abuse of domestic violence. On May 2, 2013, Vice-President Joe Biden remarked that women do not want to report abuse because of the fear of being “raped by the system”. This statement could be used to support and include claims of being labeled schizophrenic or delusional by the same system that is sworn to “protect, serve and provide medical attention”. The law strengthens the criminal justice system's response to crimes against women, including domestic violence, sexual assault and trafficking, says UPI’s Dennis Brack.

Please urge Congress to implement guidelines for the use of the American Medical Association, American Psychological Association and other healthcare providers before stereotypical mental health diagnoses and/or committal can be carried out.