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Citizens Against Harmful Technology Newsletter
January 20, 2019
MR. MICHAEL LARGE, 302'd in Pennsylvania
Michael Large needs our support. He is a retired airforce veteran living in Pennsylvania.  He was being stalked and electronically attacked by his neighbors. He met with his Congressman to discuss directed energy weapons and he was very soon broken in by police to arrest him on a 302 Psych Evaluation.  Any key words that might be seized upon as an excuse to humiliate someone in this manner can be used against you. The program is meant to antagonize, get a reaction and then blame the victim for their own torture and label them with a psychiatric disorder. That opens the door for removing the victim's "personhood" where they no longer have any rights and they illegally are used for medical experiments. Being a psychiatric patient removes your civil rights just as if you were a felon.

WE NEED EVERYONE TO DELUGE THIS HOSPITAL WITH CALLS FOR MICHAEL LARGE ON MONDAY. ALSO CALL THE CEO OF THE HOSPITAL Laurence Merlis. Also, the Archbishop of Philadelphia has been of some use in releasing a psych hold so we are listing his information.  Charles Chaput, Archdiocese of Philadelphia 215-587-3500.
Michael Large, (215) 481-5058 (no answer), room 4W58, Weidener Wing.
Please send a fax demanding his release. This can be done very easily with a free with online digital service, https://faxzero.com/ just attach a document.

Abington Jefferson Health
1200 Old York Rd.
Abington, PA 19001
Main Phone #:  215-481-2000
Nurse's station: 215-481-4059
Nurse's station FAX: 215-481-3021
Patient Advocacy Line Fax:  215-481-3139

Then call: CEO of Abington, Laurence M. Merlis 215-503-3372, his assistant; 215-955-6618. Ask for fax number, send fax demanding release of Michael Large.  He is being denied his HIPPA papers, he has been denied reading any legal papers that had him committed, he is being treated for blood pressure, when he has his own doctors. He has been denied his rights. They have given him no HIPPA papers. He can call no one, they took the phone from his room. He has had his cell phone taken away, no email, no computer. He is not a criminal and has exhibited no danger to himself or others. They may be experimenting on him claiming he has high blood pressure. "The patch they are claiming is treatment takes 2-3 days." 
Remember to download the Psychiatric Living Will so a medical directive will be in place to keep you from being drugged on psych eval.
See Affidavits on first page of our website CitizensAHT.org.
YOU TUBE VIDEO:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wpgY7-rvw3k
Those hit by wild fires most likely to be swept away by rains. There is nothing to hold the dirt in place. Piles of mud, ash and debris covered the roads. Many affected by the Paradise Fires had to evacuate again, this time because of flooding. There is more bad weather coming.
Change it to fill your own circumstances and will.
Psychiatric Living Will
(Advance Protective Directive)
I, ______________________________, born on ______________________, __________, in ________________________, _________________________, address: 
____________________________________________________________________________, being of sound mind, willfully and voluntarily make known the following:
  1. Under no circumstances should I be subjected to psychiatric hospitalization or psychiatric treatments or procedures including but not limited to the following:
o    Psychotropic drugs (substances which exert a mind-altering effect, including but not limited to antidepressants, antipsychotics, benzodiazepines, mood stabilizers and tranquilizers);
  • Psychosurgical or neurological operation such as lobotomy or leucotomy;
  • Convulsive treatments such as electroconvulsive therapy (also known as electroshock, shock treatment or ECT) and insulin shock;
  • Deep sleep treatment (narcosis, narcosynthesis, sleep therapy, prolonged narcosis, modified narcosis or neuroleptization);
  1. I maintain my right not to have any psychiatric evaluation or diagnosis based upon the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) as such diagnoses are unreliable. According to Allen Frances, who was chairman of the fourth edition of DSM, “There are no objective tests in psychiatry—no X-ray, laboratory, or exam finding that says definitely that someone does or does not have a mental disorder.” (“Psychiatric Fads and Overdiagnosis,” Psychology Today, 2 June 2010.) Additionally, the DSM system is not scientific. It’s own editors state that “there is no assumption that each category of mental disorder is a completely discrete entity with absolute boundaries dividing it from other mental disorders or from no mental disorder.” (DSM-IV, pg. xxii)
Such codes and descriptions should not be entered into my medical records as this unreliable and unscientific information will remain in my records and may wrongly influence any future medical treatment I might receive.
  1. Applies to US LAW: Involuntary hospitalization or commitment is a violation of my civil rights under U.S. Code, Title 42, Chapter 21 § 1983, Civil action for deprivation of rights. Lawsuits for involuntary commitment have resulted in verdicts of $1 million or more against hospitals, doctors and other agencies and personnel: 
    • Lund vs. Northwest Medical Center, (Case No. Civ. 1805-95, Court of Common Pleas, Venango County, PA, June 16, 2003), jury awarded $1,100,000 million in damages.
    • Marion vs. LaFargue Case No. 00 Civ. 0840, 2004 WL 330239, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, February 23, 2004), jury verdict of $1,000,001 in damages. o Dick vs. Watonwan County (Case No. Civ. 4-82-1.16, U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota, April 11, 1983), more than $1 million in damages awarded to plaintiff.
  1. The above directions apply in all cases, including any instance where:
    • It is claimed that my capacity or ability to give instructions may be impaired;
o    I am in a state of unconsciousness;
  • It is impossible in an actual and legal sense for me to communicate or;
  • Any physician, psychiatrist, psychologist, mental health practitioner or law enforcement official or person asserts that the matter is a “life-saving” situation requiring emergency intervention and/or treatment under any involuntary commitment law or similar legal authority.
  1. In the absence of my ability to give further directions regarding the above, it is my intention that this declaration be honored by my family and physician(s) as an expression of my legal right to refuse medical, psychiatric or surgical treatment although this statement concerns only psychiatric treatment.
  2. The individuals listed below are appointed and authorized to enforce this declaration of intention. Should this declaration be violated, they have my permission to initiate whatever criminal and/or civil procedures are necessary to rectify such a violation:
  3. ___________________________________ _________________________________
___________________________________                                                          _________________________________

By this declaration, I release all medical doctors and their organizations as well as therapists from their professional discretion or confidentiality towards provision of information to the above named attorney(s) and other person(s).

This declaration is also binding for my lawful agents, guardians, family, executors or any person with the legal or other right to take care of me or my affairs.

______________________________________ ______________________________________
Signed                                                                   Date
______________________________________ ______________________________________
Street Address                                                       City, State, Zip
______________________________________ ______________________________________
Signature of Witness                                            Name of Witness
______________________________________ _____________________________________
Before me on this date                                          At (place where signature is witnessed.)
(date signature is witnessed.)
Cap with Kevlar
This is an experimental hat to see if it might help block EMF completely from the head. Our regular cap now has 4 layers of metallic fabric and one layer of blackout fabric.  It can be grounded with a grounding wire attached to the metal inside the cap. The hat in the picture is green silk but I only have two of these and silk is very delicate touchy fabric. Others will be black broadcloth. The hats are hand washable, no dryer.

You can order either one, just say which one you want. The Kevlar is $60 and the metallic/rubber is $52 and made upon order. We expect feedback as to how it helped you with your particular problem.  Many people are saying that the hat helps, especially where the moods are being affected, subliminal thoughts, or dreams are being implanted.  Email CitizensAHT@protonmail to order. You will be sent an invoice to pay. Thank you.
Stasi Tactics – Zersetzung
This post takes a look at the experiences of political activists in East Germany (GDR) who had to deal with Stasi informants and infiltration before the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989.

The invasive spying and disorientation tactics used by the East German secret police (Stasi) meant there were significantly fewer possibilities for civil disobedience and direct action than political grassroots activists have today in countries places such as Western Europe and North America. Nevertheless political activists in East Germany managed to start a grassroots revolution in 1989.

This text is based on interviews with people who were politically active in East German times, and reflects their experiences. Those familiar with how police spies have been used, for example, in Britain may recognise the tactics used by both secret police and GDR activists.
East German opposition and activism
Because non-state organisations were prohibited in the GDR, networking and co-ordination between activists was informal: independent groups and networks stayed in contact through newsletters and the exchange of campaign materials, and there was a mix of local and regionally co-ordinated covert and open actions.
Activists in the GDR also campaigned on issues that will feel familiar to many campaigners today: anti-nuclear and peace issues, challenging economic paradigms of growth and consumption at any cost; resistance to an undemocratic state and its activities; propagating and practising sustainable choices versus exploitation of environment and animals. There was a strong emphasis on DIY culture with egalitarian, equitable principles – politically most activists in the GDR in the 1980s self-defined as socialist or anarchist.
East Germany and the Stasi
West and East Germany
CC-BY-SA David Liuzzo

Between 1945 and 1990 Germany was (to simplify a little) divided in two – West Germany, integrated into NATO and western markets, and East Germany (German Democratic Republic: GDR), in the Soviet dominated Eastern Bloc.
The Stasi (Ministerium für Staatssicherheit) was the East German secret police, and that country had the highest proportion of informants and secret police in history: 1 in 60 people were involved by 1989.
The Stasi and Zersetzung
Stealing The Future: An East German Spy Story
In Stealing the Future the protagonist is subjected to some classic Stasi tactics, and it is almost too late before he realises what is going on.

After the East German popular uprising of June 1953 (suppressed by Soviet troops) the government gave the Stasi the task of systematic surveillance and prevention of unrest in the population. Initially this took the form of brutal physical repression: imprisonment and physical abuse (including torture) by police and secret police. But this changed during the 1970s when the GDR became more interested in gaining a positive international image, and the repression of activists became more subtle. The Stasi redefined the military term Zersetzung (attrition or corrosion) to name their harassment tactics: the aim was to disrupt the working of groups and the lives of individuals to such a degree that their activism became ineffective, or more preferably, ceased altogether.

The aim of the Zersetzung was to ‘switch off’ the group by rendering it ineffective, with an interim goal of hindering any positive media or public exposure. The usual ways to switch groups off were to:
  • create conflict between members – particularly useful subjects for sowing discord were those of a philosophical or political nature, money and personal (sexual) relations;
  • hinder and sabotage activities by the use of one or more infiltrators, who would agree to do tasks, but not get round to doing them, lose materials and equipment, repeatedly request changes and further edits of materials to slow down production, attempt to divert the group into more harmless activities etc;
  • isolate the groups from other activists, eg by spreading rumours regarding unacceptable behaviour and political views etc.
The choice of tactics was based on psychological profiling and intelligence about the group members, particularly: who plays what role, who fulfills what kind of task; what are relationships within the group like, who hangs out with whom.
Informants (IM: Inoffizielle Mitarbeiter) were the usual way to gain information on a group and were also used to implement the plans to incapacitate a group and sabotage its activities. In activist circles the informants were almost never Stasi or police officers, but were usually existing members of the groups who had been pressured, persuaded or blackmailed into helping the Stasi; or a suitable outsider who would try to infiltrate and become trusted by the group (like here in Britain, most activists groups in the GDR welcomed new members).
How did the Stasi persuade people to become informants?
  • Appeals to patriotism
  • Cash or material reward
  • Blackmail
  • Offers of immunity from threatened prosecution
  • Making the mission sound like an exciting adventure
As in the case of groups, the Zersetzung of individuals had the aim of ‘switching off’ that person’s efficacy by undermining their confidence and their belief in the value of their activities. The Stasi did not usually care whether an individual was switched off through disillusionment, fear, burn-out or mental illness: all outcomes were acceptable, and people’s mental health and social standing during or after an operation were of no interest to the officers involved.
Worrying about informants
The Stasi made little secret of the fact that they used informants, and in fact deliberately helped spread rumours about informants. This was the cheapest and most efficient way to incapacitate individuals and groups.
Find out more about the GDR: articles, tours around East Berlin and GDR music.
The Zersetzung of individuals was usually carried out by systematically undermining the target’s quality of life (both socially and in the workplace) with the intention of simply destroying the target’s confidence. The tactics used took various forms, such as spreading slanderous rumours, causing trouble at work etc. Rumours and information (such as about unacceptable political viewpoints, inappropriate behaviour, the possibility they may be an informant etc) that were passed on to bosses and social circles might be based on true facts, but were often plausible untruths that were hard or impossible to refute.
The first stage of Zersetzung was an evaluation of all state held data and information, eg medical records, school reports, police records, intelligence reports, searches of target’s residence. At this point they were looking for any weak points (social, emotional or physical) that could be used as a way to put pressure on the target, eg extra-marital affairs, criminal records, alcoholism, drug use, differences between the target and their group (eg age, class, clothing styles) that could be used to socially isolate them.
After this a Zersetzung strategy was drawn up: What was the specific aim? What tactics should be used to exploit the target’s personal situation and character traits? What was the timescale?
The next stage was often to supplement covert surveillance with overt observation in order to communicate to the target that they were of interest to the Stasi and to create a sense of insecurity and paranoia. Tactics included questioning, repeated stop and searches, strange noises on telephone lines, conspicuous visits to the workplace so that bosses and colleagues were aware of the police interest etc.
The final stages entailed psychological and physical harassment: moving things around at home (one morning the alarm clock goes off at 5am instead of 7am, and the socks are in the wrong drawer, there’s no coffee left…); damage to bikes and vehicles (eg slashing tyres); the spreading of rumours as mentioned above; ordering goods in subject’s name etc.
Families were often used as leverage against activists at this stage – either as a method of blackmail (family members were sometimes subject to oppression as a way of putting indirect pressure on the activist), or persuasion (“your daughter will land in deep trouble if she remains involved in that group, can’t you make her see sense? It’s her career at stake…”). Physical harassment often included repeated arrests, physical attacks on the street (eg by plain clothes officers), or abuse and assault could be incited by the rumours that had been spread (eg bullying at work, avoidance by neighbours).
How effective was the Stasi?
1) Paralysing individuals and groups
The militarily organised Stasi simply couldn’t understand how many activist groups functioned without leaders and hierarchies. They often mistook informal hierarchies (caused for example by differences in empowerment levels or dominant behaviour patterns) to be real hierarchies – they would target those who talked the most, or took on the most tasks, and didn’t realise that even if these individuals were ‘switched off’, the rest of the group could still manage to function and wouldn’t necessarily fall apart.
The dedication of groups was also often underestimated – even if an informant successfully sabotaged a group’s activities, the group would rarely be completely disheartened, but would try all the harder to achieve their goals.
The tactics of Zersetzung had a significant control function, if you were engaged in (or merely suspected of) activities that the Stasi didn’t like then repression was a way to punish you (not unlike the commonly used extra-judicial punishment exercised by the police in Britain: the threat of ASBOs, severe bail conditions, the requirement to repeatedly answer bail etc).
The human cost of Zersetzung is hard to quantify – many GDR activists are still suffering from burnout, trauma and chronic mental health issues as a result of being targeted: on a personal level the Stasi could be frighteningly effective.
2) Gathering and using intelligence
Informants weren’t just used to sabotage group activities and implement Zersetzung plans, but also to gain intelligence on individuals and groups (around 160km worth of Stasi archives survived the end of the GDR). Most intelligence was used to evaluate relationships and activities (which then led to an extension of intelligence gathering to previously untargeted individuals and groups), and as a basis for planning Zersetzung operations. Obviously plans for actions and activities were also reported, but these were acted upon only in rare and serious cases – if intelligence were used to disrupt the activities in any obvious way then suspicion would be drawn to the informant.
Intelligence from surveillance and the use of informants was rarely used to actually gain evidence for a prosecution – the Stasi desperately needed the huge amount of information it was processing in order to justify its own existence (along with the salaries and expenses of its officers and staff). If anything, this made the Stasi more dangerous to activists – the Stasi’s dependency on gathering intelligence and mounting operations made the surveillance, Zersetzung and sabotage more likely to happen, along with the associated human cost.
Informants were regularly found out – mostly because of poor preparation (at one infamous meeting, several rather conspicuous figures all introduced themselves with the same name), and chance (eg groups who came across evidence that an informant was passing information to the Stasi). But it is significant that most informants were only discovered after 1989 when the Stasi files were opened.
Dealing with Zersetzung
Many people succumbed to pressure from the Stasi and other security forces, often because of mental health difficulties (brought about by the pressure) or through a process that was commonly called ‘inner migration’: giving up political and social beliefs, following the path of least resistance and ceasing oppositional activity.
On the other hand resistance to Zersetzung was remarkably commonplace, and activists found ways to remain both healthy and active. When East German activists talk today about how they managed to continue their activism, the same points come up again and again, these are summarised below.
Support from friends and other activists was essential – a circle of close friends who shared an understanding of the political and policing situation was probably the most effective way to counter the Stasi. With such friends activists could talk openly about fears, suspicions and needs – they could work out ways to deal with the pressure. They spent time with these friends doing non-activism related activities which helped to build trust in the group. This helped them to know that if things got bad for them, they could both trust their friends, and be trusted by them; they would be there if help and support were needed. As a group they would make plans for possible situations – for example, who would take care of the children in case of arrest or even imprisonment, or who could provide a ‘safe house’ if somebody was being shadowed and needed a break.
On a wider level the solidarity between groups was an important factor in their survival and freedom to remain active: those groups that had strong relationships with others around the country were generally subject to less repression. In later years, particularly in East Berlin, even when repression happened, widespread solidarity actions and concerted efforts to gain publicity led to quick results (arrested or imprisoned individuals released, the work of the group allowed to resume etc). On the other hand, those groups that weren’t so well networked (usually those in small towns and rural areas where they might be the only active group) were easy pickings for the Stasi – at times whole regions of the country were ‘cleansed’ of grassroots activism.
Groups openly discussed the possibility of surveillance and intervention. The groups would aim to work out what oppression measures they might be subject to (currently and in future) and think of ways they could deal with them. The hard bit was not to get lost in paranoia (particularly since there was a good chance that the group already had an informant present!), nor to be naïve or ignorant about the possibilities, but to find a middle ground of sensible measures that would, if needed, help, while not bogging the group down in extensive security measures that would just hinder the work of the group.
Part of working out the level of threat from the Stasi, and how to deal with it, was to consider the way the group worked, and how open the group was to newcomers. It is tempting to think that preparing and carrying out actions in the utmost secrecy would be the best defence against an opponent like the Stasi, but of the groups we know about which worked covertly in the GDR, all were subject to brutal Zersetzung measures, while those that worked openly were often subject ‘only’ to surveillance and sabotage by informants, but could nevertheless carry on their activities to a greater or lesser extent. When open groups were subject to extraordinary repression levels, they were in a good position to mobilise support from other groups and interest from West German media. (It’s difficult to draw conclusions though – generally only those from open groups are willing to speak of their experiences, and any covert group that might have survived would be, by definition, hard to find out about.) Working openly also did not preclude the need to work secretly at times, particularly when planning an action or dealing with sensitive issues, and steps would be taken to avoid surveillance.
If a group identified an individual as a possible informant they might have decided not to take any obvious initial action. An immediate reaction would be to assess whether there might be any merit in the suspicions rather than to spread any rumours. The usual way of dealing with the situation would be for a few trusted individuals to discreetly research the suspect. Backgrounds would be checked (are there any family members? Do they exist? Has anyone else from the group spoken to them? What about friendships outside the group? Did the suspect actually work where they said they did? Are they familiar with the town they say they grew up in? etc) This worked well enough for informants who had been provided with a cover story and infiltrated into the group by the Stasi, but couldn’t provide clear results if the informant was a ‘real’ person who had been turned.
By making notes of behaviour patterns and movements of a suspect the group might think they were finding evidence of Stasi involvement, but equally, they might be framing an innocent individual. Discovering reports to handling officers would be a clear sign. But if an individual were guilty only of losing materials and not getting round to completing agreed tasks, it could not be simply assumed that they were an informant or saboteur – no matter how regularly it might happen! In other words, groups needed to be extremely careful when they thought they might have discovered an informant – it was all too easy to start a witch hunt against innocents, something that would easily paralyse groups and individuals and play right into the hands of the Stasi.
It is easy to get lost in analysing the techniques the Stasi used, and the more you look into it, the more frightening it gets. But it’s worth mentioning that, in our assessment, the grassroots opposition movements made the biggest contribution to the revolution that started in East Germany in autumn 1989 – despite the horrifying levels of repression and surveillance that they had faced for decades. Quite simply, the Stasi failed to predict the events of that year, and once things had started their Zersetzung tactics became ineffective.

What is the 'Deep State" really?
Sebastian Gorka Discusses How the ‘Permanent State’ Is Undermining Trump
President Trump is battling an entrenched “Permanent State” — unelected bureaucratic workers entrenched throughout the echelons of government who are unaccountable to the American people and even the president, Sebastian Gorka, Trump’s former deputy assistant, said Friday at a panel that conservative government watchdog group Judicial Watch hosted.
Referred to derisively as the “Deep State,” Gorka said a more accurate name for the officials who have filled government bureaucracies in Washington is the “Permanent State” because they are neither hidden nor covert.
“It was in our faces. It was arrogant. It was right there in the surface of our policy discussions at the highest level of the White House. … It’s overt,” he said during the panel, which was called Exposing the Deep State.
He added, “It’s been there for a long time. This thing has been brewing for decades, truly decades.” Gorka, who left the White House about three weeks ago, described attending frequent meetings at the National Security Council, where participants from all the agencies — State Department, Defense Department, Justice Department, the intelligence community — would never once mention the president’s name or his agenda, as if it did not exist or matter.
Gorka, former national security editor at Breitbart News and a professor, described the hostility he drew when he asked for three of his former students, who were already government officials in the intelligence community, to be transferred over to him at the White House — a common practice known as detailing. Not only did their agencies deny the request, but they punished those individuals by taking them off their jobs and put into menial tasks “outside the National Security remit.” This was “through no fault of their own,” Gorka noted. “Why? Because the ‘seventh floor’ of that agency — to quote a senior individual — ‘looks at the White House as the enemy,'” he said, referring to the agencies’ top officials. “Now, let’s just let that sink in for a moment.”
At the same time, he said he saw “sherpas” — people assigned to guide incoming Cabinet secretaries into their new agencies, who had nothing to do with the presidential campaign and were even “Never Trumpers,” — take powerful positions in the administration.
James Peterson, a senior attorney for Judicial Watch who also spoke on the panel, said it is still as difficult to get the government to hand over documents as it was during the Obama administration.
“The same people are still there. They’re not just at each of the agencies that are in control,” he said. “The same people that are still in control.”
“Even though there’s a new president, new policies and a new perspective on things, nothing changes,” he said, adding that federal workers are openly using encrypted cell phone technology to communicate with one another to avoid accountability, which he called an “open violation of the law.”
Diana West, a Yale-educated conservative columnist and author who also spoke on the panel, said the “national security super state” is particularly unaccountable. “That has long, long run amok and is worse than ever, flouting our Fourth Amendment protections daily without oversight and with immense and frightening powers,” she said. She said the CIA, FBI, and NSA inserted themselves into the presidential campaign “in order to destroy his candidacy and presidency.” “It is Trump who is imperiled,” she said.
Ultrasonic Speech Translator - Could this device prove we are receiving ultrasonic instructions?

Ultrasonic speech translator and communications system

A wireless communication system undetectable by radio frequency methods for converting audio signals, including human voice, to electronic signals in the ultrasonic frequency range, transmitting the ultrasonic signal by way of acoustical pressure waves across a carrier medium, including gases, liquids, or solids, and reconverting the ultrasonic acoustical pressure waves back to the original audio signal. The ultrasonic speech translator and communication system includes an ultrasonic transmitting device and an ultrasonic receiving device. The ultrasonic transmitting device accepts as input an audio signal such as human voice input from a microphone or tape deck. The ultrasonic transmitting device frequency modulates an ultrasonic carrier signal with the audio signal producing a frequency modulated ultrasonic carrier signal, which is transmitted via acoustical pressure waves across a carrier medium such as gases, liquids or solids. The ultrasonic receiving device converts the frequency modulated ultrasonic acoustical pressure waves to a frequency modulated electronic signal, demodulates the audio signal from the ultrasonic carrier signal, and conditions the demodulated audio signal to reproduce the original audio signal at its output. 7 figs.
[Weigh the advantages and disadvantages before you follow any of these steps please.]

(My second DHS redress experience)
Once again the Department of Homeland Security is trying to avoid completing/processing my DHS TRIP Redress. I  applied for redress once again on 10/31/19. This is the date that all of my identity documents and application were submitted from another computer (a business computer) and another person's email with another person verifying the successful submission. (Of course we know that my computer and email were blocked.) On 11/25/19 I submitted all my documents again after reading on the DHS TRIP status page; "My status page states, "DHS has received your application but has not received the required identification documents or the signed DHS TRIP Privacy Statement (OMB NO. 1652-0044)." I scanned and emailed all my documents together on 10/31/19. Then I completed it again on 11/25/19. with another person verifying the successful submission. I referenced the DHS TRIP Status page on 12/15/19 and it states that my redress was completed and I would receive a response letter in 10-15 days.  We did not receive a letter. I figured that my mail was stolen as my neighbors have done. Usually, I will receive the mail no later than 2 weeks later. (Meredith Hall the sister-in-law of a Memphis policeman Whitten Ortega usually calls me and says that the US postman accidently delivered my mail to her. I believe the entire family is being paid for some of my surveillance. Early in my targeting I stopped over and found the family monitoring a 4 screen picture of a middle aged women working at a desk from what appeared to be a computer cam picture. This appeared to be congruent with how TI's are monitored.) 
I checked the DHS TRIP status page website on 1/1219 and it said the same response as on 11/25/19.  "DHS has received your application but has not received the required identification documents or the signed DHS TRIP Privacy Statement (OMB NO. 1652-0044)." I reported a complaint with DHS OIG via the internet on another person's business computer on 1/13/19. We are mailing all the hard copy documents to DHS TRIP on 1/14/19 as well the hard copy complaint to DHS OIG. 
This entire process was completed from beginning to end; however, approximately 2 months later, after being "off of the watchlist", the Collierville Police department stated false statements about me saying "I was going to shoot up the government (FALSE) and I owned a gun." (TRUE-it is my constitutional right.) [I was arrested at the police department while handing out fliers, under a 302 and put in a hospital for a psychological evaluation against my will. I spent a week forcibly detained in a hospital.] This is the reason I am going through this whole process again.
I would like to encourage everyone to do the same. You do not know what false statements have been submitted on you to get you watchlisted. Huge amounts of money are released by DHS for the funding of your targeting from DHS watchlisting. This funds the fusion centers, helps to fund police programs, and trickles down to HOAs, neighborhood policing programs, and surveillance. I believe this allows the unfair treatment of citizens, blocks legal and medical  services when assistance is sought-out by the target. I believe this may enable the research to be done on the TI.
Getting started with DHS TRIP
Please see these sites to see if you may be involved in research that you did not knowingly consent to.
NCBI.NLM.NIH.GOV  (search your first middle and last name)
Clintrials.gov (research tests listed)
CDC.gov, HHS.gov, FDA.gov will have information regarding research.
Th PI (Principle Investigator) is usually needed in order to see if you are an experimentee. This is difficult because if you have never knowingly consented to the research you will not be able to obtain the PI's name.
Universities are involved in research. (You can contact the IRB (Institutional review board) department.
There is community based research that TI's may be involved in.
If you are not listed on the University research registries you may still be involved in research. The results will be reported to the University but your PI may be local such as a LLC formed for completing community based research. This actually creates unreliable data because an investigative subject could be enrolled multiple times at the University level and at the Community level through a small research entity. Both could be receiving the same funding source i.e. Governmental entity (HHS) and University (such as Vanderbilt)  Since there is not a main registry for all research subjects, one subject could be enrolled multiple times rendering the research results inaccurate. 
Stay Strong and advocate for TIs!
​For more information, please contact Constance Rose.

For more information, please contact Doug Cruz.
When: Most Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays beginning at 9pm EST
Call-in number: 1-646-749-3112 (GoToMeeting)
Access code: 450-414-301
Or, download the GoToMeeting app and enter the code 450-414-301.
Moderator: Frank Allen
When: Every Thursday at 6:00pm EST
Call-in number: 1-515-739-6265 (FreeConferenceCall)
Access code: 272676#
For questions or topic suggestions, contact Vickie at (346) 410-7047.
When: Wednesdays at 6:30pm Central Time
Call-in number:
1-724-444-7444 (Talkshoe)

Access code: 136067#
Location: Hollywood District Public Library,

4040 NE Tillamook Street, Portland, OR 97212
When: Saturdays from 3:30pm - 5:30pm
*An optional inexpensive restaurant gathering follows the meeting.

For more information, please contact Amy at 1-971-207-3401
Happy New Year, This is a reminder. Please note; first meeting of 2019 will be on a Friday. Portland, Oregon Targeted Individual Meeting Friday January 25, 2019 3:30 - 5:30 PM Hollywood Branch Public Library 4040 NE Tillamook Portland, Oregon *Bring your support person(s) *Optional The meeting continues at the Laughing Planet Cafe. It's a few minutes walk there. Thank-You Amy Dale 971-207-3401

Location: Montlake Library Meeting Room, 2401 24th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98112
When: Sundays from 1:00pm - 3:00 pm
For more information, please contact Curtis at 1-817-901-8720.

Connect with this group by joining the Targeted Individuals Sacramento Meetup.
For information, please contact Justin at jesusconnect@yandex.com.

Connect with this group by contacting Julie at Onelife54@protonmail.com.
Conference Calls for TI's
Sunday at 8:30 P.M. E. Coast, 7:30 Central, 6:30 Mountain, 5:30 W. Coast

The new call in # is (605) 475-4779, Access Code: 607080.
Computer ID: electricrose222, Moderator: Neal
Monday Moderator:  Frank Allen
Time:  9:00 pm to 12:00 EST
Call-In #:  646-749-3112
Access Code:  450414301
Link:  https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/450414301
Moderator:  Derrick of PACTS Int'l
Time:  9:00 EST
Call-In #:  1-319-527-2701
Access Code:  248671

Moderator:  Ella
Whistleblower Heroes Show
Time:  Starting at 3pm EST / 12pm PST every Tuesday
Call-to-listen:  1-605-468-4702
Join online:  www.freedomslips.com
(Click on studio A in the left-hand corner)
Moderator:  Kate Ryan
New England Support Group
Time: 7:00 p.m. EST
Call-In Number:(605) 562-0444
Access Code:  133472#
Pin:  #1
Moderator:  Ella
FFTI & Targeted Justice Interview Night
Begins at 9pm EST / 6pm PST every Tuesday
Call In #:  1-515-739-1285
ID 400014#
Moderator: Frank Allen
Call-in number: 1-646-749-3112 (GoToMeeting)
Access code: 450-414-301
Or, download the GoToMeeting app and enter the code 450-414-301.
Moderator: Frank Allen

Targeted Individual Massachusetts
Time: 9:00 to 2:00 a.m. EST
Call-in Number: 646-749-3112
Access Code: 450-414-301
Join by Computer: 

Moderator:  Julia
Engage in Prayer
Time:  9 pm Eastern/ 8 pm Central/
7 pm Mountain/ 6 pm Pacific
Call-in number: (515) 739-1405

International Dial-in Numbers:
Call ID: 141476
Access Code: 381878
FFTI & Targeted Justice Open Support Call
Time:  Begins at 9pm EST / 6pm PST every Thursday
Call In #:  1-515-739-1285
Call ID:   400014#
Moderator:  Ella
Whistleblower Heroes Show
Time:  Starting at 6pm EST / 3pm PST
Call-to-listen: 1-605-468-4702
Join online:  www.freedomslips.com
(Click on studio A in the left-hand corner)
Moderator: Frank Allen

Targeted Individual Massachusetts
Time: 6:00 to 9:00 EST (V2K Call by invitation only) Different Call Set

Time:  9:00 to 12:00 a.m. EST
Call-in Number: 646-749-3112
Access Code: 450-414-301
Join by Computer: 
Moderator:  Derrick Robinson
Time:  9:00 EST
Call-In #:  1-319-527-2701
Access Code:  248671

Citizens Against Harmful Technology
Welcome New Members!

We have no P.O. Box right now,
we will have a new post office box in the
near future at another post office.
Make checks payable to CAHT, ask for a physical address by writing an email.

$30.00, free “Are you a Targeted Individual?” booklet, directed energy brochure, psychiatric living will, membership card (We don't have any booklets right now. There will be a new edition in January 2019)

Sunday at 8:30 P.M. E. Coast, 7:30 Central, 6:30 Mountain, 5:30 W. Coast
Dial (605) 475-4779, Access Code: 607080.
ID: electricrose222, Moderator: Neal
If you donate, please request the IRS Tax Number.
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