PENTAGON TOP DEPUTY RESIGNS AMID U.S. MICROWAVE TORTURE REPORTS
U.S. Department of Defense Deputy Secretary William J. Lynn III, former executive and a chief lobbyist of Raytheon Co., patent holder of the cell tower microwave radio frequency directed energy weapon system that, according to NowPublic.com "Get Political" journalist Vic Livingston, is used by Lockheed Martin operatives to silently torture, impair, subjugate and “menticide” American citizens extrajudicially targeted as “dissidents” or undesirables, is resigning “for personal reasons,” the Pentagon says.
Livingston, a longtime mainstream newspaper and TV journalist, had suggested on government websites that new Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and the U.S. Justice Department ask Lynn what he knows about electromagnetic assaults on American citizens – and when he knew it.
From 2001 to 2009, Lynn served as senior vice president of government operations and strategy at Raytheon Co., a major U.S. defense contractor and a prime patentholder of the U.S. government’s classified “multifunctional radio frequency directed energy weapon” (Patent No. 7629918), a domestic offensive weapon system deployed on cell towers nationwide.
Lynn was Raytheon’s lobbying chief; his 2009 appointment by President Obama stirred much controversy, given candidate Obama’s pledge to end the “revolving door” of lobbyists entering government service upon their retirement from the private sector, a policy codified in an Obama administration executive order that mandates a two-year waiting period. But the Obama White House granted a special waiver, citing Lynn's rich experience and knowledge of high-tech weapons systems.
The deployment of the cell tower directed energy weapon system, and the fact that it is being used to silently assault, torture and impair extrajudicially “targeted individuals,” many of them unknowing American citizens, was first revealed in a December 2009 NowPublic.com article by veteran mainstream media business journalist Vic Livingston.
Livingston, 61, is a veteran mainstream newspaper, TV and magazine reporter and editor who has worked for The Philadelphia Bulletin, The St. Petersburg Times, and the Fox TV news station in Philadelphia. He also served as an editor of major television industry trade journals, and from 1998 to 2004 he produced and hosted the ”Sports Business Report” show for New York’s Madison Square Garden Network.
Livingston also is a victim of extrajudicial electromagnetic torture and impairment, which he says has left him physically weakened, with degraded vision, hearing and other significant deleterious effects on his health and well-being.