What is the Law Enforcement
Oath of Honor?
What is the Law Enforcement Oath of Honor?
Police officers take risks and suffer inconveniences to protect the lives, defend civil liberties, secure
the safety of fellow citizens, and they endure such risks
and tolerate such inconveniences on behalf of
strangers. Consequently, police work is one of the more noble and selfless occupations in society.
Making a difference in the quality of life is an opportunity that policing provides, and few other
A public affirmation of adhering to an Oath of Honor is a powerful vehicle demonstrating ethical
standards. To be successful at enhancing integrity within an organization, leaders must ensure the
oath is recited frequently and displayed througho
ut the organization as well as ensuring ethical
mentoring and role modeling are consistent, frequent and visible. The following Law Enforcement Oath
of Honor is recommended as by the International Association of Chiefs of Police as symbolic statement
mmitment to ethical behavior:
On my honor,
I will never betray my badge
my integrity, my character,
or the public trust.
I will always have
the courage to hold myself
and others accountable for our actions.
I will always uphold the constitution
and the agency I serve.
Before any officer takes the Law Enforcement Oath of Honor, it is important that he/she understands
what it means. An oath is a solemn pledge someone makes when he/she sincerely intends to do what
t one's word is given as a guarantee.
is defined as breaking faith with the public trust.
is the symbol of your office.
is being the same person in both private and public life.
means the qualities that distinguish an indiv
is a charge of duty imposed in faith toward those you serve.
is having the strength to withstand unethical pressure, fear or danger.
means that you are answerable and responsible to your oath of office.
is the jurisdiction and citizens served.
The Oath of Honor's brevity allows it to be constantly referred to and reinforced during conversations
and ceremonies. In addition, it can also be
referred to by administrators while communicating with others;
d on the back of all academy students' name cards, ensuring that they
are looking at it all day;
strategically and visibly placed in all police academies and law enforcement
signed by each academy student, framed and hung on the wall;
given at al
l official police ceremonies and gatherings;
printed on labels that are placed on equipment; and
used as a backdrop in citizens' meetings and news media events.
In conclusion, it is strongly recommended by the IACP that all agencies adopt the Law Enforceme
Oath of Honor. Having officers take an oath will reconfirm the significance of integrity within the
agency and help bring the entire profession together to show that the vast majority of law
enforcement officers not only are good, decent individuals, bu
t also will step forward to stop unethical
acts by any members of our profession.
Oath of Honor
The International Association of Chiefs of Police has developed the following Oath of Honor that is
designed to allow law enforcement officers worldwide to
commit their professional lives to exemplary
On my honor,
I will never betray my badge,
my integrity, my character,
or the public trust.
I will always have the courage
to hold myself and others
accountable for our actions.
I will always uph
old the constitution
and the agency I serve.
Every Garner Police Officer takes and adheres to the Law Enforcement Oath of Honor. An oath is a
solemn pledge that each of our sworn personnel makes demonstrating that he or she intends to do
t they say they will do in the performance of their duties. The Oath of Honor is a critical part of who
we are as well as the promise we make to the community we serve.
means that one's word is given as a guarantee.
is defined as breaking fait
h with the public trust.
is the symbol of our office.
is being the same person in both private and public life.
means the qualities that distinguish an individual.
trust is a charge of duty imposed in faith toward those we
is having the strength to withstand unethical pressure, fear or danger.
means that we are answerable and responsible to our oath of office.
is the jurisdiction and citizens we serve.
I do solemnly swear that I will
perform with fidelity the duties of the office to which
I have been elected, and which I am about to assume. I do solemnly swear to support
the constitutions of Tennessee and the United States and to faithfully perform the
duties of the office of for Count
y , Tennessee.
Oath of Office
To the members of law enforcement, nationwide, you lay your lives on the line, honorably. Those of you
who take your oath with great sincerity are above those who do not and care not.
I wish there was a greater felling
of closeness between law enforcement officers and all the people in our
communities. I was a child of the 60’s and I think there is still a lot of tension that feeds the idea of police
against us and that attitude, I feel, causes law enforcement to feel i
t necessary to form a turtle shell of
protection around yourselves, so to speak, and with good reason , I agree.
You see a lot of things on TV these days good and bad. What I am trying to say, with great difficulty, is
that there are some among you who ar
e not worthy to be in your company; yet you feel obligated to
protect all of your brothers even if they are bringing you dishonor. You must as brothers remove those
who bring you dishonor. Your oath requires it. No one should be allowed to bring your
service in to question.
Yes, FBI agents take an oath. It is as follows:
I will support and defend the Constitution of the
United States against all enemies, foreign and
domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to
the same; that
I take this obligation freely, without
any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that
I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the
office on which I am about to enter. So help me God
When you have a problem with one of the wolves can
you go to the head alpha wolf to file a
I am going to apologize ahead of time. Don’t take this personally. I am just trying to make
some friends and influence some people.
There was a guy named Muller who was chief of the Gestapo. He was a po
lice official under
the Weimar Republic and the Third Reich. I have a point to make about forgotten history. It
seems to me that history is about to repeat itself and with a greater encompassing destruction.
Can history repeat itself so closely? What I
am seeing and hearing makes me want to look at
reincarnation all over again.
Heinrich Müller (Gestapo)
(born 28 April 1900; date of death unknown, but evidence points to May
police official under both the
became chief of the
, the political secret state police of
involved in the planning and execution of the
. He was known as "Gestapo Müller" to
distinguish him from a
nother SS general named Heinrich Müller. He was last seen in the
on May 1, 1945 and rema
senior figure of the
who was never captured or confirmed to have died.
Federal Bureau of
Color of Law Abuses
U.S. law enforcement officers and other officials like judges, prosecutors,
and security guards have been given tremendous power by local, state, and
federal government agencies
authority they must have to enforce the
and ensure justice in our country. These powers include the authority to
detain and arrest suspects, to search and seize property, to bring criminal
charges, to make rulings in court, and to use deadly force in certain
Preventing abuse of
this authority, however, is equally necessary to the
health of our nation’s democracy.
That’s why it’s a federal crime for anyone
acting under “color of law” willfully to deprive or conspire to deprive
of a right protected by the Constitution or U
.S. law. “Color of law” simply means that the person is using authority
given to him or her by a local, state, or federal government agency.
The FBI is the lead federal agency for investigating color of law abuses, which include acts carried out by governm
officials operating both within and beyond the limits of their lawful authority. Off
duty conduct may be covered if the
perpetrator asserted his or her official status in some way.
During 2009, the FBI investigated 385 color of law cases. Most of these
crimes fall into five broad areas:
False arrest and fabrication of evidence;
Deprivation of property; and
Failure to keep from harm.
Excessive force: In making arrests, maintaining order, and defending life, law enforceme
nt officers are allowed to use
whatever force is "reasonably" necessary. The breadth and scope of the use of force is vast
from just the physical
presence of the officer…to the use of deadly force
Violations of federal law occur when it can be shown that
used was willfully "unreasonable" or "excessive."
Sexual assaults by officials acting under color of law can happen
in jails, during traffic stops, or in other settings
where officials might use their position of authority to coerce an individual
into sexual compliance. The compliance is
generally gained because of a threat of an official action against the person if he or she doesn’t comply.
False arrest and
fabrication of evidence
The Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution guarantees the right against
unreasonable searches or seizures. A law enforcement official using authority provided under the color of law is
allowed to stop individuals and, under certain circumstances, to se
arch them and retain their property
It is in the
abuse of that discretionary power
such as an unlawful detention or illegal confiscation of property
that a violation
of a person's civil rights may occur.
Fabricating evidence against
or falsely arresting a
also violates the color of law statute, taking away the
person’s rights of due process and unreasonable seizure
. In the case of deprivation of property, the color of law
statute would be violated by unlawfully obtaining or maintaining a person
’s property, which oversteps or misapplies
the official’s authority.
The Fourteenth Amendment secures the right to due process;
the Eighth Amendment prohibits the use of cruel and
During an arrest or detention, these rights can be viola
ted by the use of force amounting to
punishment (summary judgment). The person accused of a crime must be allowed the opportunity to have a trial and
should not be subjected to punishment without having been afforded the opportunity of the legal process.
ailure to keep from harm
The public counts on its law enforcement officials to protect local communities. If it’s
shown that an official willfully failed to keep an individual from harm, that official could be in violation of the color of
ing a Complaint
To file a color of law complaint, contact your
local FBI office
by telephone, in writing, or in person. The following
information should be provided:
All identifying information for the
As much identifying information as possible for the subject(s), including position, rank, and
Date and time of incident;
Location of incident;
Names, addresses, and telephone numbers of any witness(es);
A complete chronology of
Any report numbers and charges with respect to the incident.
You may also contact the United States Attorney's Office in your district or send a written complaint to:
Assistant Attorney General
Civil Rights Division
vania Avenue, Northwest
Washington, DC 20530
FBI investigations vary in length. Once our investigation is complete, we forward the findings to the U.S. Attorney’s
Office within the local jurisdiction and to the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C
., which decide whether or
not to proceed toward prosecution and handle any prosecutions that follow.
Title 42, U.S.C., Section 14141 makes it unlawful for state or local law enforcement agencies to allow officers to
engage in a pattern
or practice of conduct that deprives persons of rights protected by the Constitution or U.S. laws
This law, commonly referred to as the Police Misconduct Statute, gives the Department of Justice authority to seek
civil remedies in cases where law enforcem
ent agencies have policies or practices that foster a pattern of misconduct
by employees. This action is directed against an agency, not against individual officers. The types of issues which
may initiate a pattern and practice investigation include:
of supervision/monitoring of officers' actions;
Lack of justification or reporting by officers on incidents involving the use of force;
Lack of, or improper training of, officers; and
Citizen complaint processes that treat complainants as adversaries.
Under Title 42, U.S.C., Section 1997, the Department of Justice has the ability to initiate civil actions against mental
hospitals, retardation facilities, jails, prisons, nursing homes, and juvenile detention facilities when there are
allegations of syste
mic derivations of the constitutional rights of institutionalized persons.
Report Civil Rights Violations
File a Report with Your Local FBI Office
File a Report over
Our Internet Tip Line
Visit Our Victim Assistance Site
Deprivation of Rights
Under Color of Law Statute
Principles for Promoting Police Integrity (pdf)
Addressing Police Misconduct Brochure
Law Enforcement Misconduct FAQs
Each justice or judge of the United States shall take the following oath or affirmation before
performing the duties of his office: “I, XXX XXX, do solemnly swear (or affir
m) that I will
administer justice without respect to persons, and do equal right to the poor and to the
rich, and that I will faithfully and impartially discharge and perform all the duties
incumbent upon me as XXX under the Constitution and laws of the Un
ited States. So help
Oath of Office for President
US Constitution, Article II, Section 1
Before he enter on the execution of his office, he shall take the following oath or affirmation: "I do solemnly swear (or
affirm) that I will faithfully
execute the office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability,
preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States."
The Oath of Hippocrates:
The Oath of Hippocrates (more commonly known as the
Hippocratic Oath) is the oath (or
promise) that all doctors take prior to becoming a doctor.
It consists of promising that one will
only use their power to help those in need and that no matter what, under no circumstances, will
a doctor use his or her po
wer in a malignant way or with the intention of purposing hurting
This quote proves ironic to the Nazi doctors who broke it many times with every
euthanasia camp built, or every medicine ever tested on patients, or every experiment carried o
to the patients.
American doctors also broke this sacred promise by carrying out the Tuskegee
I swear by Apollo Physician, by Asclepius, by Health, by Panacea, and by all the gods
and goddesses, making them my witnesse
s, that I will carry out, according to my ability and
judgment, this oath and this indenture....I will use treatment to help the sick according to my
ability and judgment, but never with a view to injury and wrongdoing. I will keep pure and holy
both my li
fe and my art. In whatsoever houses I enter, I will enter to help the sick, and I will
abstain from all intentional wrongdoing and harm....Now if I carry out this oath, and break it not,
may I gain forever reputation among all men for my life and for my ar
t; but if I transgress it and
forswear myself, may the opposite befall me.
Coming to your home
Look at the laughing faces’. I would rather be the guy
I am the guy on the ground
As to the doctors and people in the medical community in the state where I live, or am dying in, there are
a few who I
have entered into a conspiracy to
my character and my credibility.
that they have conspired with the man Jim Eads. They have come into a court and put their hand on the
bible and sworn an oath before Almighty God to tell the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
But these are mind science doctors and they don
’t believe in a God.
Those doctors have such high
and make such
displays of their superior knowledge
that they exasperate even the most season
ed of judges. We must let all of these doctors, lawyers,
officers and witnesses come toge
ther again and put their hand again on the Word of God and swear an
oath again to tell the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth. Let the words they speak be heard
again that the truth might also be heard again and believability in the truth be
FROM THE INDICTMENT
Trials of War Criminals before the Nuremberg Military Tribunals under
Control Council Law No. 10.
Nuremberg, October 1946
April 1949. Washington, D.C.: U.S. G.P.O, 1949
The persons accused as guilty of these crimes and ac
cordingly named as defendants in this case
Personal physician to AdoIf Hitler; Gruppenfuehrer in the SS and
Generalleutnant (Major General) in the Waffen SS; Reich Commissioner for Health and Sanitation
(Reichskommissar fuer Sanitae
und Gesundheitswesen); and member of the Reich Research Council
General, Medical Service); Medical Inspector of the Army (Heeres
sanitaetsinspekteur); and Chief of the
al Services of the Armed Forces (Chef des Wehrmachtsanitaetswesens).
Chief Surgeon of the Surgical Clinic in Berlin; Surgical Adviser to the Army; and Chief of the
Office for Medical Science and Research (Amtschef der Dienststelle Medizinis
che Wissenschaft und
Forschung) under the defendant Karl Brandt, Reich Commissioner for Health and Sanitation.
Generaloberstabsarzt (Lieutenant General Medical Service);
Chief of Staff of the Inspectorate of the Medical Service of the Lu
ftwaffe (Chef des Stabes, Inspekteur
Sanitaetswesens); and Chief of the Medical Service of the Luftwaffe (Chef des
Sanitaetswesens der Luftwaffe).
Gruppenfuehrer in the SS and
Generalleutnant (Major General) in the Waffen SS;
and Chief of the Medical Department of the Waffen
SS (Chef des Sanitaetsamts der Waffen SS).
Gruppenfuehrer in the
SS and Generalleutnant (Major General) in the Waffen SS; personal physician to Reichsfuehrer SS
Himmler; Chief Surgeon of th
e Staff of the Reich Physician SS and Police (Oberster Kliniker, Reichsarzt SS
und Polizei); and President of the German Red Cross.
Deputy [of the]
Reich Health Leader (Reichsgesundheitsfuehrer); and Plenipotentiary for Cancer Research in the
Standartenfuehrer (Colonel); in the Allgemeine
SS; Personal Administrative Officer to Reichsfuehrer SS Himmler (Persoenlicher Referent von Himmler);
and Ministerial Counsellor and Chief of the Ministerial Office in
the Reich Ministry of the Interior.
Oberfuehrer (Senior Colonel) in the Waffen SS; Chief
Hygienist of the Reich Physician SS and Police (0berster Hygieniker, Reichsarzt SS und Polizei); and Chief
of the Hygenic Institute of the Waffen
SS (Chef des Hygienischen Institutes der Waffen SS).
Oberfuehrer (Senior Colonel) in the SS; and Chief of the
Personal Staff of the Reich Physician SS and Police (Chef des Persoenlichen Stabes des Reichsarztes SS
Standartenfuehrer (Colonel) in the SS; Reich
Manager of the "Ahnenerbe" Society and Director of its Institute for Military Scientific Research (Institut
fuer Wehrwissenschaftliche Zweckforschung); and Deputy Chairman of the Managing Board of Di
of the Reich Research Council.
Generalarzt of the Luftwaffe
(Brigadier General, Medical Service of the Air Force); Vice President, Chief of the Department for
Tropical Medicine, and Professor of the Robert Koch Institute; and Hygien
ic Adviser for Tropical
Medicine to the Chief of the Medical Service of the Luftwaffe.
Director of the Department for Aviation Medicine at the German Experimental Institute for Aviation
(Deutsche Versuchsanstalt fuer Luftfahrt).
the Staff of the Department for Aviation Medicine at the German Experimental Institute for Aviation.
Oberfuehrer (Senior Colonel) in the SS and Sturmbannfuehrer
(Major) in the Waffen SS; and Chief Administrative Of
ficer in the Chancellery of the Fuehrer of the
NSDAP (Oberdienstleiter, Kanzlei des Fuehrers der NSDAP).
Stabsarzt in the Luftwaffe (Captain, Medical Service of the Air Force); and Chief of the
Department for Aviation Medicine of
the Chief of the Medical Service of the Luftwaffe.
GEORG AUGUST WELTZ
Oberfeldarzt in the Luftwaffe (Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Service of the Air
Force); and Chief of the Institute for Aviation Medicine in Munich (Institut fuer Luftfahrtmedizin).
Doctor on the Staff of the Institute for Aviation Medicine in
Hauptsturmfuehrer (Captain) in the Waffen SS; and Chief
Doctor of the Buchenwald Concentration Camp.
Physician to the L
Physician, Specialist in Skin and
Physician at the Ravensbrueck
Concentration Camp; and Assistant Physician to the defendant Gebhardt at the Hospital at Hohenlychen.
nnfuehrer (Major) in the Waffen SS; and Assistant Physician
to the defendant Gebhardt at the Hospital at Hohenlychen.
16 Oct 2011
Secret diaries of Nazi doctor Josef Mengele
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by Steve Myall, Daily Mirror
German Nazi doctor and war criminal Josef Mengele (Pic: Getty Images)
HE was dubbed the Angel of Death
the Nazi doctor who tortured and killed thousands of children in
grisly experiments at Auschwitz.
Evil Josef Mengele spent the rest of
his life on the run after the Second World War but, while holed up in
South America, he kept a chilling secret diary.
Some 3,300 pages of his handwritten notes, poems and drawings were sold to an anonymous Jewish
buyer for £185,000 at auction on Thursday
And the hardbacked journals offer a glimpse into one of the most terrifyingly twisted minds of the 20th
His brutal work for Adolf Hitler resulted in the death of millions of Jews, including 1.5 million children, in
the quest for an Aryan “super
And his diaries show how his views had changed little on the run.
He writes: “Mixing Italians, Austrians and Slavs into one race proves ignorance.”
who fled to Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil
commented on how South Americans used
up and indulged in sexual promiscuity.
He said it has led to a “dreadful mixing of the races with the northern Europeans
when you start
mixing the races, there is a decline in civilisation”.
Dr. Herta Oberheuser
with oil and evipan injections, then removed their limbs and vital
organs. The time from the injection to death was between three and five minutes, with the person being
fully conscious until the l
She made some of the most gruesome and painful medical experiments, focused on deliberately
inflicting wounds on the subjects. In order to simulate the combat wounds of German soldiers fighting in
the war, Herta Oberheuser rubbed foreign objec
ts, such as wood, rusty nails, slivers of glass, dirt or
sawdust into the wounds.
Schematic illustration of hidden radiation on boys vs. girls[designed by R. Cupples]
wave radiation to the lower abdomen of women over various length of time was studied. Severe
abdominal pain resulted, and then the abdomen was opened, without anaesthetic, to allow for
dissection. The method did not cause sterilization. Many women di
ray and radium irradiation of the genitals of victims aged in their late teens or early twenties were
performed in Auschwitz (Drs Schumann, Gebhardt). The dose required for immediate sterilization was
assessed by subsequent removal, without anaesthet
ic, of the testicles or ovaries for examination. The
dosage needed was found to be 500 rads for men and 300 for women.
The immediate effects of radiation were local skin burns and radiation sickness. Out of some 300 victims
who survived, a delayed effect w
as reproductive sterility. Skin burns and radiation sickness made 100
prisoners incapable of work. They were put to death by poison gas.
A late effect, discovered 40 years later on, was cancer of the bowel (colon and rectum), published by
Rotmensch and ot
hers in the medical journal
(no. 57, 1986).
The later on published list of
victims in whom the diagnoses were made:
Aliza B, Auschwitz no. 41544, Rigreta A, no 38968, Eleonora
M, no 41579, Bella N, number unknown, Dora C, no. 38782, and Dora V, no
41624. The common factor
was their exposure to radiation sterilization in 1942
Hundreds of female prisoners were injected into their wombs with chemical agents which produced
inflammation and blockage of the ovarian tubes.
Schematic illustration of injection in uterus, with blockage in the left half.
With no anaesthetic, the chemicals introduced, causing excruciating pain, were caladium plant extract,
carbolic acid, formalin,
progynon (hormone), iodipirin (by Dr. Clauberg), or carbon dioxide. The
inflammation of uterus, tubes and ovaries was immediate, causing perforation and peritonitis (infection
in the abdominal cavity). Many of the 300 victims died.
Dr. Heinrich Berning
An associate professor at Hamburg University, Berning lead the "famine experiments" on Soviet
prisoners. While the prisoners starved to death, he observed their bodily functions degrade; this
included loss of libido, dizziness, headaches, edema and swelli
ng of the lower abdomen (Annas &
Grodin, 1992). Berning then published his results after the war.
Dr. Philip Bouhler
Bouhler was the head of the early euthanasia program (otherwise known as the
) along with
Dr. Viktor Brack
Brack formulated ideas for experiments with Himmler. Brack was very interested in assembly line
sterilizations and castration. He wanted to be in charge of the x
to be in charge over Brack.
Dr. Karl Bra
Brandt was a personal physician to Hitler and one of the main defendants in the "
Trial of Twenty
Dr. Carl Clauberg
Clauberg conducted sterilization and castration experiments alon
He tried to look for cheap and fast ways of sterilization and found that x
worked quite well. Clauberg tried to artificially inseminate women with numerous things. He injected
caustic substances into womens' cervixes to disturb the fallopian tubes
(Lifton, 1986). One of the
substances he would inject into the women with formalin, novocain, progynon and prolusion to
terminate their pregnancies. Block ten at
now as Clauberg's block.
Dr. Leonardo Conti
Conti was chief physician of the Third Reich. He was responsible for the killing of a large number of
Germans of "unsound mind"(Snyder, 1976).
, Dering removed ovaries after
ray applications by cutting horizontal lines
above the pubic area (instead of cutt
ing by the abdominal opening), which put the patient more at risk
(Lifton, 1986). After the operation, he sent the ovaries to the labs to ascertain how
effective the x
rays were in destroying the tissue.
Dr. Auther Dietzsch
A doctor at
, Dietzsch suggested that
Dr. Ding (Schuler)
inject typhus patients with
blood; this killed them.
Dr. Ding (Schuler)
He tried to immunize patients that had typhus by giving them fresh blood at
; this resulted
in their deaths. He als
o gave patients typhus in order to perform other ineffective "curative"
experiments on them.
Dr. Arnold Dohmen
Dohmen worked with
and began experimenting primarily with animals. He
was convinced by Gutzeit to do human experiments and infected eleven Jewish children with hepatitis
and punctured their livers ( Ann
as & Grodin, 1992). This heinous act had no scientific benefit
Eisele was a doctor at
who conducted vivisections. He also injected many patie
apomorphine to observe them vomiting. He performed many unnecessary operations and amputations
and then murdered his patients (Hackett, 1995). Dr. Eisele was said to have killed at least 300 people.
Ellenback was employed by the Dep
artment for Blood Preservation at the Berlin SS Hospital
. He studied the oxygen levels of blood samples that were taken from patients doing
certain activities and
Dr. Berthhold Epstien
Epstien was a prisoner pediatrician who helped
with his work on the treatment of Noma
(gangrene to the face and mouth).
Noma is most often fatal but Epstien used the results of the
experiments to help some children and adolescents recover.
Dr. Koersten Felix
Felix was a doctor who treated national socialist leaders (Snyder, 1975).
Finke was a professor at the U
niversity of Keil and worked closely with
Dr. Sigmund Rascher
Hypothermia experiments at
. He wrote a lengthy research report (along with
named "Freezing Experiments with Human Beings." Some of the findings were said t
o be false or made
up, but he delivered his findings from the experiments to other physicians at a Nuremberg medical
Dr. Karl Gebhart
Gebhart inflicted wounds upon his women patients at
and then injected sulfanilamide into
the wounds. This experiment was fatal to all of the women.
Dr. Erwin Gohrbandt
Gohrbandt was a high
ranking top surgeon in Germany. As the Director of Surgery at the U
Clinic of Berlin, he was the chief medical
advisor for aeronautical medicine at the Luftwaffe's Sanitary
Services Division (Annas & Grodin, 1992). He participated in the
Hypothermia Experiments and
then published a report on them in a leading surgical journal.
's assistant and he help
ed Clauberg improve the X
ray tracing material. He was
allowed to perform many injections, even though he was not a doctor.
Grese was a concentration camp guard at
. She was also known as the "Blond Angel of Death."
, Grese was placed in charge of 18,000 female prisoners where she "beat prisoners without
mercy and both
watched and helped medical experiments"(Snyder, 1975). Irma Grese was especially
fond of the operations that dealt with the removal of womens' breasts (Snyder, 1975). She had affairs
with quite a few doctors at
, and was condemned to death after the war.
Dr. Kurt Gutzeit
Gutzeit was a gastroenterologist and p
rofessor of medicine at the University of Breslau. Gutzeit was one
of the doctors who headed the hepatitis experiments performed on Jewish children at Auschwitz. When
Dr. Arnold Dohmen
, tried to avoid the horrors of human experimentation by doing animal
experiments, Gutzeit threatened that his too humane assistant needed to be woken up from his
experiment lethargy"(Annas & Grodin, 1992).
Hallervorden was a neuropathologist at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Brain Research. He ordered
hundreds of brains from the victims of the euthanasia project to be sent to him from the killing hospital,
Dr. Siegfried Handloser
Handloser was a lieutenant General and the chief doctor at
. He oversaw all medical
"treatments" performed there.
Hirt was a professor at the University of Strasbourg. He collected human heads of "Jewish
commissioners" to do "important" anthropological and anatomical studies (Fischner, 1995). Hirt was
also a practicing surgeon assigned by Himmler to fi
nd an antidote for mustard gas. He prepared cyanide
salts to kill
prisoners and was an assistant on the Strasbourg project. He experimented on
people and dogs as well
as on himself.
Holzloehner worked with
Holzloehner was a professor at the University of Keil and wrote (along with Finke) a research report
called "Freezing Experiment
s with Human Beings". He then delivered his findings to other doctors at a
Nuremberg medical conference.
Dr. Waldemar Hoven
Hoven was a physician at Buchenwald who gave his patients lethal injections to kill them.
Frau Ilse Koch
Kockwas also known as the
." She was the wife of a camp commander and her
hobby was to collect the skins of inmates, both dead and alive, if they had a tattoo she liked. Koch
the skin into book covers, gloves, lampshades and other sorts of furniture (Fischer, 1995).
Dr. Hans Wilhelm Koning
Koning arranged for male schizoid inmates and healthy female inmates to have electroshock therapy,
then gassed them afterwards.
Lolling was a SS Colonel who collected human skin from all of the concentration camps for his own
Maudas injected or administered liquid doses of the juice of the plant
patients. He performed X
Dr. Joseph Mengele
Mengele was the most visible camp doctor at
and was known as the "Angel of Death". He
developed a theory that humans, like dogs, had pedigrees (Snyder, 1976). He performed vivisections,
injected chemicals into living peoples' eyes to try to change them, and perpetrated many horrific twin
s (few of which demonstrated anything that could be considered remotely of value). He fled after
the war and was never captured.
Dr. Theodor Morell
Morell was Hitler's personal physician and injection specialist.
Dr. Joachim Mrugowsky
Mrugowsky was the c
hief doctor at the Hygienic Institute of Waffen SS in Berlin. Mrugowsky was a key
figure in the planning and carrying out of destructive medical experiments in many concentration camps
(Lifton, 1986). Some of the experiments he
performed include the flaw
ed and fatal efforts to try to find
a typhus vaccine at
and poisoned bullet experiments at
Neuman was a doctor at Buchenwald who experimented on people by vivisecting them and cutting
pieces out of their livers.
Dr. Miklos Nyiszli
Nyiszli was in charge of the "special" dissection room at
Plaza was an SS captain at
. Plaza killed many patients by lethal injection.
Porkorny was a retired man in military medicine who supported
's work on sterilization.
Dr. Sigmund Rascher
was a Luftwaffe captain as well as a doctor. He was in charge of many of the "military medical
including the hypothermia experiments (where 300 people were
killed) and the
high altitude experiments. He examined the brains of Jews after their skulls were split open (while fully
conscious) to see the effects of high altitude on humans (Hackett, 1995).
Dr. Ferdinand Sauerbach
Sauerbach was a top surgeon who too
k a public vow to support Hitler and the Nazi party, but ended up
denouncing them after the war (Snyder,1976).
Dr. Klaus Schilling
Schilling was in charge of the malaria experiments the Nazi's practiced on healthy people. Schilling also
injected other tro
pical diseases into patients to examine the various stages of disease progression and
compared the effects of the diseases on different blood groups.
Dr. Horst Schumann
Schumann conducted sterilization and castration experiments at
. Schumann also performed
typhus experiments by injecting people with blood from typhus patients and then attempting to cure
the newly infected subjects. He worked at Block 30 in the womens'
hospital, Birkenau, and invented a
machine that gave sterilization and castration treatment to both men and women. Schumann also had a
little device that he inserted into the patients rectum to stimulate the prostate and produce ejaculation
Dr. Wolfram Sievers
Sievers was a SS colonel and head of the SS Ahneneube and selected candidates for
ieivers was also kno
wn as the "Nazi Bluebeard" for his grisly practices.
Dr. Hermann Stieve
Stieve was the director of the Institute of Anatomy at Berlin University. He conducted experiments on
women prisoners from the Plotensee prison and at
Concentration Camp. He examined the
female menstrual cycle under stress, including looking at irregular bleeding that women manifested
after they were informed that they would be executed (Annas
Dr. Ludwig Stumpfegger
Stumpfegger was one of Hitler's personal physician who remained with him until his last days (Snyder,
1976). He also worked in a clinic under
Dr. Karl Gebhardt
Vaernet was a SS major and a doctor at
. He experimented with ways to try to cure
homosexuality by injecting synthe
tic hormones into mens' groins, hoping that this would alter their sex
drives and preferences (Hackett, 1995).
Vaernet castrated fifteen men who all died as a result.
Dr. Helmuth Vetter
Vetter did pharmacological trials in
. He conducted medical experiments for
Bayer using ruthenohal and 3582 to treat serious medical
ons. Most of the time the patients died
Dr. Hermann Voss
Voss was a professor of anatomy at Posen University in Poland. He conducted experiments by collecting
materials straight from the guillotine of the Posen Gestapo (Annas & Grodin, 1992). He
experiments on the blood in the spleen and from these he wrote a text book called the "Voss
Book" from which almost every medical student in Germany learned (Annas & Grodin, 1992).
Wagner was a Doctor at
and did a dissertation on tattooing. Wagner selected people with
tattoos to die and made furniture out of human skin and bones (Hackett, 1995).
Dr. Bruno Weber
Weber was the chief of t
he Hygienic Institute. Interested in the interactions between human blood
types, he injected his patients with a variety of blood types to observe the effects. Weber took the blood
from weak inmates or killed inmates by letting them bleed to death (Lifton,
He also gave patients
various barbiturates and morphine derivatives to see if he could brain wash prisoners and use mind
control (Lifton, 1986).
Dr. Edward Wirths
Wirths studied the pre
cancerous condition of the cervix and was the chief SS docto
Dr. Helmut Wirths
Along with his
, he studied pre
rowths of the cervix at
16 Oct 2011
Three Doctors on Trial at Nuremberg
Anatomy & Physiology
ANATOMY OF THE PENIS
The internal structure of the penis consists of two cylinder
vascular tissue bodies (corpora cavernosa) that run throughout the
penis; the urethra (tube for expelling urine and ejaculate); erectile tissu
surrounding the urethra; two main arteries; and several veins and
nerves. The longest part of the penis is the shaft, at the end of which is
the head, or glans penis.
Penis anatomy is remarkably complex: Following is the definitions for
the most importa
The Corpora Cavernosa
are two chambers that fill most of the penis. The chambers are filled with a spongy tissue that
includes muscles, open spaces, veins and arteries. An erection occurs when the corpora cavernosa become
engorged with blood and expand.
The Tunica Albuginea
A membrane called the
surrounds the corpora cavenosa. This membrane helps keep blood
penis during an erection.
is the tube through which urine travels. Eja
culate also travels through the urethra. It runs down the
underside of the penis, beneath the corpora cavernosa and widens at its opening, called the
. The meatus is
located at the glans (the head of the penis).
is a chamber that surrounds the urethra. It becomes engorged with blood during an erection.
is a small gland located in the pelvis. It surrounds the urethra and plays an important role in ejaculation.
Sperm, which is pr
oduced in the testicles and stored in the seminal vesicles, is mixed with
secretions from the bulbourethral gland to form semen. During ejaculation, semen is expelled through the urethra
from the ejaculatory ducts.
About an inch an
d a half above and an inch and a half below the pubic bone on
the left side of my penis along the corpora
is the area that has been
damaged. This was damaged after he said to me “
going to piss sideways”.
At the base of my penis above the
pubic bone there is also an area that he said he
was going to damage. He said
am going to take away your thickness “. At that
area there is a distinguishable
reduction in girth, a
of the corpora
He has also said “
I am going to take away your whole
undercarriage”. He continues to burn me in my genital area. He has recently said
to, “I am going to take away your breathe". I have in recent weeks developed a
The Respiratory System
The respiratory s
ystem is made up of organs and tissues that help you breathe. The main parts of this system are the
airways, the lungs and linked blood vessels, and the muscles that enable breathing.
Figure A shows the location of the respiratory structures in the body. Figure B is an enlarged
view of the airways, alveoli (air sacs), and capillaries (tiny blood vessels). Figure C is a
closeup view of gas exchange between the capillaries and alveoli. CO
is carbon dioxide, and
The airways are pipes that carry oxygen
rich air to your lungs. They also carry carbon dioxide, a waste gas, out of
your lungs. The airways include your:
Nose and linked air passages (called nasal cavities)
ingks), or voice box
ah), or windpipe
Tubes called bronchial tubes or bronchi, and their branches
Air first enters your body through your nose or mouth, which wets and warms the air. (Cold, dry air can irritate your
) The air then travels through your voice box and down your windpipe. The windpipe splits into two bronchial
tubes that enter your lungs.
A thin flap of tissue called the epiglottis (ep
is) covers your windpipe when you swallow. This prevents food
and drink from entering the air passages that lead to your lungs.
Except for the mouth and some parts of the nose, all of the airways have special hairs called cilia (SIL
ah) that are
coated with sticky mucus. The cilia trap germs and other foreign parti
cles that enter your airways when you breathe in
These fine hairs then sweep the particles up to the nose or mouth. From there, they're swallowed, coughed, or
sneezed out of the body. Nose hairs and mouth saliva also trap particles and germs.
d Blood Vessels
Your lungs and linked blood vessels deliver oxygen to your body and remove carbon dioxide from your body. Your
lungs lie on either side of your breastbone and fill the inside of your chest cavity. Your left lung is slightly smaller than
r right lung to allow room for your heart.
Within the lungs, your bronchi branch into thousands of smaller, thinner tubes called bronchioles. These tubes end in
bunches of tiny round air sacs called alveoli (al
Each of these air sacs is cover
ed in a mesh of tiny blood vessels called capillaries. The capillaries connect to a
network of arteries and veins that move blood through your body.
The pulmonary (PULL
ary) artery and its branches deliver blood rich in carbon dioxide (and lacking in o
the capillaries that surround the air sacs. Inside the air sacs, carbon dioxide moves from the blood into the air. At the
same time, oxygen moves from the air into the blood in the capillaries.
rich blood then travels to the heart thro
ugh the pulmonary vein and its branches. The heart pumps the
rich blood out to the body. (For more information about blood flow, go to the Health Topics
How the Heart
The lungs are divided into five main sections called lobes. Some people need to have a diseased lung lobe removed.
However, they can still breathe well using the rest of their lung lobes.
Soft tissue damage hidden within the organs
This is a list of people whose ideas became part of
. The ideas, writings, and speeches of these thinkers
were incorporated into what became
, the concept of the
. The list includes people whose ideas were incorporated, even if they did not live in the
Philosophers and soc
Scientists and physicians
Theologians and spiritual leaders
ectuals indirectly associated with Nazism
Philosophers and sociologists
1968), German philosopher in Nazi Germany. He was a leading
's philosophy as legitimizing Nazism.
Baeumler's work on Nietzsche in the early 1930s, and characterized passages of it as "Hitler
1946), considered one of the main authors of key Nazi ideological
creeds, including the
racial policy of Nazi Germany
, antisemitism, Lebensraum, abrogation of the
Treaty of Versailles
, and opposition to
. He is also known for his rejection of
, while playing a role in the development of
. At Nuremberg he
was tried, sentenced to death, and executed by hangin
g as a war criminal.
1976), German philosopher who was poli
tically involved with National
Socialism. The relations between Martin Heidegger and Nazism remain controversial. He was a
member of the Nazi party, he joined the
on May 1, 1933 three week
s after being
appointed rector of the
University of Freiburg
. Heidegger resigned the rectorship one year later,
in April 1934, but remained a member of the NSDA
P until the end of
World War II
. His first act as
rector was to eliminate all democratic structures, including those that had elected him rector.
There were book burnings on his ca
mpus, though he successfully stopped some of them. There
was also student violence.
1950), who refined the concepts of
(11 July 1888
7 April 1985) was a jurist, philosopher, political theorist, a
professor of law. Schmitt joined the
on 1 May 1933.
He presented his theories as
ideological foundation of the
dictatorship, and a justification of the "
" state with
regard to legal philosop
hy, in particular through the concept of
. Nevertheless, in
December 1936, the
Das schwarze Korps
accused Schmitt of being an
opportunist, a Hegelian state thinker and basically a Catholic, and called his anti
mere pretense, citing earlier statements in which
he criticized the Nazis' racial theories. After
this, Schmitt resigned from his position as "Reichsfachgruppenleiter" (
Reich Professional Group
), although he retained his post as a professor in Berlin, and his post as "
gh Schmitt continued to be investigated into 1937, further reprisals were
stopped by Göring.
In 1945, Schmitt was captured by the American forces and released in
1946. Schmitt refused every attempt at de
nazification, which effectively barred him from
positions in academia.
1950), American political theorist, historian, eugenicist, and anti
immigration advocate who wrote a number of prominent books on
developed the concept of the
Scientists and physicians
Hans Friedrich Karl Günther
1968), German race researcher and
in the Weimar
Republic and the Third Reich, also known as "Rassengünthe
r" (Race Günther) or "Rassenpapst"
(Race Pope). He is considered to be a major influence on National Socialist racialist thought, and
was a member of the Nazi party.
1940), German physician, biologist, and eugenicist who introduced the
in Germany. He was a member of the Nazi party.
His brother Ernst
Rüdin, also a committed National Socialist, praised him in 1938 as a man who "by his
meritorious services has helped to set up our Nazi ideology."
Otmar Freiherr von Verschuer
1969), German human biologist and
Theologians and spiritual leaders
Ernst Bergmann (philosopher)
1945), German philosopher who in his work,
Thesen der Deutschreligion
five Points of the German Reli
gion), held that the Old
Testament and portions of the New Testament of the Bible were inaccurate. He claimed that
Jesus was not a Jew and of Aryan origin, and that Adolf Hitler was the new messiah.
1945), was a theologian and church leader who played a major role in the
Nazi party's attemp
t to misdirect the Protestant, mainly Lutheran churches of Germany toward
a basis in Aryan ideology and away from its Jewish origins. He had a leading part in the Nazi,
, the plan to unite the previously independent Protestant churches into a single
Church of the New Order, which is part of longer history of an attempt to unify the churches
German Evangelical Church
hholding baptism from non
Aryans was enforced in most churches during the Nazi period, though not without some protest.
Jakob Wilhelm Hauer
1962), German Indol
ogist and religious studies writer. He was the
founder of the
German Faith Movement
Richard Walther Darré
1953), one of the leading Nazi
blood and soil
Reich Minister of Food and Agriculture from 1933 to 1942.
1942), German Nazi political leader of the 1920s. He joined the Fatherland
Party during World War
I. He was a poet and a member of the völkisch agitators who, together
with journalist Karl Harrer, founded the
German Workers' Party
(DAP) in Munich with Gottfr
Feder and Dietrich Eckart in 1919.
Lanz von Liebenfels
1954), monk and theologian who influenced Nazi ideology by
inventing a blend of theology and biology
1923), who developed the ideology of a "genius higher hu
man", based on
Lanz von Liebenfels
. He was a member of the Nazi party.
1941), economist and one of the early key members of
was their economic theoretician. It was his lecture in 1919 that drew Hitler into the party.
1934) Involved in the
he formed his own völkischer
Wehrverband ("popular defense union") which he merged into the NSDAP in 1921. Initially a
loyal supporter of Adolf Hitler, he took part in the
Beer Hall Putsch
and held a number of high
positions in the Nazi Party. Soon however, Strasser became a strong advocat
e of the socialist
wing of the party, arguing that the national revolution should also include strong action to tackle
poverty and should seek to build working class support.
1946), the founder and publisher of
became a central element of the Nazi propaganda machine. His portrayal of Jews as sub
and evil played a critical role in the dehumanization and marginalization of the Jewish minority
in the eyes of common Germans
creating the necessary conditions for the later perpetration
of the Holocaust. He was a member of the Nazi party.
Intellectuals indirectly associated with Nazism
Some writers came before the Nazi era and their writings were (sometimes falsely) incorporated into Nazi ideology:
1891), founder of
took up some of Blavatsky's racial theories, and mixed them with nationalism to create
, a precursor of
. Ariosophy emphasized intellectual expositions of racial
was one of several German occult groups drawing on Ariosophy to
preach Aryan supremacy. It provides a direct link between occult racial theories and the racial
ideology of Hitler and the emerging Nazi party.
1907) was a racialist whose ideas influenced the development of
ouston Stewart Chamberlain
1927) was a British
born author of books on political
philosophy, and natural science. His two
Die Grundlagen des Neunzehnten
(Foundations of the 19th. Century) (1899) became a manual for Nazi racia
philosophy including the concept of the
teacher who wrote on the
where he characterizes Jews as constituting a "parasite on the German body".
Arthur de Gobineau
1882) was a French aristocrat, novelist and man of letters who
developed the racialist theory of the Aryan
in his book
An Essay on the In
the Human Races
1855). De Gobineau is credited as being the father of modern racial
1937), American lawyer, known primarily for his work as a
. As a eugenicist, Grant was responsible for one of the most widely read works of
, and played an active role in
in the United States.
Paul de Lagarde
1891) was a German biblical scholar and orientalist. His Deutsche
1881) became a nationalist text.
Guido Karl Anton List
1919), his concept of renouncing
nd returning to the
of the ancient Europeans found supporters within the
. He created
, a precursor of
1546), German theologian who wrote
On the Jews and Their Lies
He argued that the Jews were "devil's children".
He wrote that the synagogue was a
"defiled bride ... an incorrigib
le whore and an evil slut".
and Jews were full of the "devil's
... which they wallow in like swine."
He advocated setting synagogues on fire, destroying
, forbidding rabbis from preaching, seizing Jews' property and money,
up their homes, and ensuring that these "poisonous envenomed worms" be forced
into labor or expelled "for all time."
He also seemed to sanction their murder,
are at fault in not slaying them."
His statements that Jews' homes should be destroyed, their
burned, money confiscated and liberty curtailed were revived and used in
propaganda by the
Some scholars see Luther's influence as
the Nazis' use of his work as opportunistic. Johannes Wallmann argues that Luther's writings
against the Jews were largely ignored in the 18th and 19th centuries, and that there is no
continuity between Luther's thought and Nazi ideology.
Oswald Arnold Gottfried Spengler
historian and philosopher. He is best
known for his book
The Decline of the West
and the cyclical theory of the rise and decline of
civilizations. He wrote e
xtensively throughout World War I and the interwar period, and
supported German hegemony in Europe. The National Socialists held Spengler as an intellectual
precursor but he was ostracized after 1933 for his pessimism about Germany and Europe's
his refusal to support Nazi ideas of racial superiority.
1909), court chaplain to Kaiser Wilhelm and an
theologian who founded one of the first
political parties in Germany, the
. He proposed severely limiting the civil rights of Jews in Germany. In September
1879 he delivered a speech entitled "What we demand of modern Jewry", in which he spelled
out several demands
of German Jews.
1900), German philosopher who de
veloped the concept of
The Nazi regime's ideas of the German superman were s
imilar to those
expressed by Nietzsche.
However, it seems that Hitler probably never read Nietzsche, or if he
did, the reading was not extensive.
February 15, 2011
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Electromagnetic Energy Weapons
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(1) The European Union Parliament (1999)
opean Parliament A4
0005/1999 Paragraph 27 calls for a worldwide ban on weapons that might enable “any form” of the
"manipulation of human beings".
(2) H.R. 1160 (2001)
Introduced March 22, 2001: terminate operation of the Extremely Low Frequency band
(3) H.R. 2977 (2001)
Introduced by Rep. Dennis Kucinich: peaceful uses of space; prohibiting (the unlawful use) of electromagnetic weapons
(4) The Human Rights org (2002)
Media Guide to Disarmament: electromagmentic resonance weapons
The United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR) formally listed a special category of psychotronic [psycho
tronic="electronic"] mind control and other electromagmentic resonance weapons in their 2002 Media Guide to Disarmament.
(5) Berkeley, California (2002)
Ban the weaponization of space and mind control
(6) Michigan: House Bill 4513 (2003)
Classify harmful electronic or electromagnetic devices
(7) Michigan: House Bill 4514 (2003)
Add to statutes to define crimes
(8) Massachusetts: Chapter 170 of the Acts of (2004)
Possession of electronic weapons
(9) Maine: Chapter 264 H.P. 8
L.D. 1271 (2005)
Criminal uses of electronic weapons
(10) Missouri House bill 550
introduced by Jim Guest to against il
legal chip implants.
(11) Electronic Surveillance Laws in USA
(12) Michigan House Bill 1026
For the re
opening of investigative hearin
gs into the Counter
Intelligence Program (COINTELPRO) and other intelligence and law
enforcement programs and agencies, and an expansion of those hearings to include renewal of previously curtailed abuses, and
activities sanctioned by the USA PATRIO
STALKERS Act of 2010 (Introduced in House
(14) European Convention on Human Rights
The European Convention is still the only international human rights agreement providing
such a high degree of individual protection. State
parties can also take cases against other state parties to the Court, although this power is rarely used. There are comparabl
issued in the Bill of Rights under the United States Constitution
as well as the English Bill of Rights. I used the European Convention on
Human Rights as it is an International Agreement.
Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights
Article 8 provides a right to respect for one's "
private and family life, his home and his
", subject to
certain restrictions that are "in accordance with law" and "necessary in a democrati
c society". This article clearly
provides a right to be free of unlawful searches, but the Court has given the protection for "private and family life" that
this article provides a broad interpretation, taking for instance that prohibition of private conse
nsual homosexual acts
violates this article.
Article 9 of the European Convention on Human Rights
Article 9 provides a right to
freedom of thought
, conscience and
is includes the freedom to change a
religion or belief, and to manifest a religion or belief in worship, teaching, practice and observance, subject to certain
restrictions that are "in accordance with law" and "necessary in a democratic society"
10 provides the right to
freedom of expression
, subject to certain restrictions that are "in accordance with law" and "necessary in a
democratic society". This r
ight includes the freedom to hold opinions, and to receive and impart information and ideas.
3. Article 13 provides for the right for an effective remedy before national authorities for violations of rights under the
Convention. The inability
to obtain a remedy before a national court for an infringement of a Convention right is thus a free
standing and separately actionable
infringement of the Convention.
Nkli’s Plea To Save Her Life And The Lives Of Her
Nkli (not verified)
at 10:58 on April 7th, 2009
For those of you who are unaware, my family and I have been victims of electronic torture for
over nine years. I am currently a grad student and I have to deal with constant surveillance,
physical harassment by electronic means, and invasion of privacy on
every possible level. The
perpetrators along with local law enforcement follow me where ever I go; they constantly use
their directed energy weapons on me and have almost destroyed my life. This all started after
Bush was sworn in,
my family and I
an apartment, we noticed that our neighbors were
behaving differently, they acted as if we had wronged them in some way, after this,
living in the apartment above us began to use some sort of weapon on us. My mother was the
did it on, she
tried to tell the police, but they had her committed and told her she
would have to take medication. My little sister was taken into protective custody, she was only
11 at the time, they started using these weapons on her as well. My mothe
r fled to Tennesee
where they are currently harassing her with these weapons, she is experiencing dizziness, noises
coming from apartments that are supposed to be vacant, she is also having gynecological
problems(Such as heavy bleeding, intense pain and di
the electric shocks that she endures on a regular basis. I live alone and am struggling to find a job
and finish school, it is very difficult to do when you have to go through this. This all has been
very hard on me
emotionally. I have very few personal relationships and every day I feel as
though I am getting closer and closer to death. These perps have made it almost impossible for
me to live at all. They have detroyed my family, I can't even study in my own home,
try, they begin to use these weapons on me, they do it on me even when I leave the house, they
have found a way to make these weapons portable. I have endured this for years, I watch other
people my age, other students...they are enjoying their l
ives and I'm a prisoner. My mother might
die soon, I might die and no ones coming to rescue me. I've done nothing to deserve this. I try to
live my life in a way that benefits others, I've never broken the law and I have a good heart, yet I
am being treate
d as though I am a terrorist, a criminal. When will it stop? When will I be free?
They have taken everything from me. I am a smart woman, creative, educated and yet
matter because no matter what I do or where I go, these perps will always be th
ere waiting to
destroy me. I have absolutely NO support. If there is
anyone out there, anyone who has learned
how to cope with this, please HELP me. My mother calls me every night and tells me that they're
killing her and there's nothing I can do about it,
there's no way of protecting myself or the people
that I love. I had dreams once, I wanted to be a teacher, I wanted to get married, I wanted to be a
part of the world...I don't even feel like an American anymore, I feel like foreigner. I lay in bed at
ght and I wonder what my life would be like if this wasn't happening to me, I wonder how
happy I might be if I had rights like everyone else. When Obama won, I was so overjoyed, for
once I felt like I could really be proud of this country. He kept talking
how he was going to stand up for the hopeless. The day Obama was inaugurated, I didn't feel
anything, the perps stopped completely, but the very next day they started doing it on me again,
this time harder than before. When will chan
ge come for me? My family is ...dying. I still can't
believe that this is happening in America. I want to believe that one day the government will stop
this from going on, but it's hard. There is no way that the government is unaware of this issue,
enforcement in my town, doctors, teachers, even security guards are all apart of this
program. Collectively, they have managed to poison the minds of any person who sympathizes
with my plight. Last night the perps used some kind of D.E.W on me that caused
the right side of
my brain to become numb, they also continously use some sort of invisible beam to pierce
various parts of my body
when I am not at home. Somebody, somewhere... PLEASE tell me that
I'm not alone, tell me that this will end. I'm only in m
y twenties...I don't wanna die.
Jim Eads, Lee County
David McLoed, Lee County Sheriff’s Department
, 4325 NC Highway 87N 27332
, 12590 NC 27
The doctors that gave testimony against me
[I don’t know how to spell their names]
The lawyer representing
My damaged body
Other witnesses too many to name
Jim Eads is Seymour Johnson
Seymour, I know this is not the destiny you thought you were
going to have but God has his purposes.