Victim takes Life
sandauer123 | September 13, 2011 at 08:35 amby
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Pam Anderson of California took her life two days ago to end the pain and suffering she said came from being a victim of MKUltra experiments.
She wrote a letter to the Presidential Commission on Bio-ethics, hoping to get some help, but instead they refuse to help victims of non-consensual experimentation, saying these claims have been investigated in the past.
The Presidential Commission on Bio-Ethics stated by letter July 27, 2011 that no further testimony would be allowed from “targeted individuals.”
Individuals claim they are being “non-consensually” experimented on with electro-magnetic fields and various forms of covert direct energy.
Retired Attorney Bob S. blames the attacks on the Cointel program in conjunction with human non-consensual experiments initiated by the U. S. Government, and says the commission should not ignore the pain and permanent harm being afflicted on innocent civilians.
The commission, after hearing testimony from targeted individuals on February 28-March 1 and May 18-19, states they have no power to investigate, nor are they reviewing any claims by targeted individuals – these issues have been investigated in the past.
The victims question whether the 13 member body of the commission is neglecting their individual responsibilities to report physical abuse and initiate judicial proceedings when oral testimony and written evidence has been produced.
Meanwhile, victims continue to plea for help from government agencies, political leaders, and human rights organizations. Their petition for support is ongoing and many victims continue testify of their torture and abuse.