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A small group of human rights activists familiar with the phenomenon of current-day extreme targeting and extreme surveillance with “non-lethal” and “crowd-control” dual-use anti-personnel RF/sonic neuroweapons and concomitant crimes associated with these recently made dramatic headway in informing elected officials at a public meeting in San Bruno in the Bay area, when they spoke to State Senator Jerry Hill about these matters.
The Bay Area Support Group, which comprises Constance Rose, Michelle H., Bob Chandra, Carolina F. and others are currently working to assist Dr. Tomo Shibata, author of a new bill proposal outlawing organized torture, in educating California residents about these ongoing crimes and seeking their help in informing senators so the bill proposal has a good chance of being sponsored and introduced on the floor for a vote. Senator Hill, who has become known for seeking accountability and transparency via legislation efforts regarding Surveillance technology used by Law Enforcement, was receptive and asked to speak further with them.
The brief recording of this event is below:
Constance Rose, Michelle H, and Bob Chandra spoke with me on Newsbreak 11 last night, describing this meeting, the general purposes of their group, and aspects of Dr. Tomo’s bill proposal they found significant.
They also described the basics of “targeting” which includes organized torture and a tortuous program of COINTELPRO suppression which attacks the lives of targets, rendering their work, home, social, and psychological lives ruined. These barbaric and inhumane crimes are crying out for attention–but media is silent, or follows the lead of mainstream propaganda-disseminating media which names reporting victims of these silent-weapon crimes delusional and dismisses them as unreliable witnesses. They also discussed ideas for support, connection, and the importance of speaking out together to help stop these crimes.
Many thanks to BAFG members for their actions of outreach, public-education and support of all those who are targeted.
Contact Information for BAFG, Bay Area Support Group: Please contact Constance Rose at email@example.com