Is the U.S. using brain implants to terrorize citizens?
A number of years ago, when I was a city desk editor here at the Post-Bulletin and there was no real security in the building, so folks could just walk straight up to the newsroom unannounced, a middle-aged guy came up here and said he had a big story for us.
I was the editor on duty, so I grabbed a notebook.
The man told me that he was on his way to the Federal Medical Center, where he was to begin serving a sentence for a federal crime. I don't remember what his crime was, although, I believe it was tax fraud or some non-violent offense. Anyway, that's not important for the purposes of this story.
His big story was that the federal government — he wasn't sure if it was the CIA, FBI or IRS — had, during routine sinus surgery, implanted a device in his brain that allowed the feds to read his thoughts. He had evidence. He brought with him several magazines that he claimed included excerpts from his private thoughts in news articles about country singers and other mundane subjects.
I asked him what the government had to gain by sharing his private thoughts with news magazines.
"You tell me!" was his response.
I politely jotted down some notes, lied that I'd talk to other editors about how we should proceed with a story and sent the man on his way, presumably to the slammer a half-mile or so down East Center Street.
Over the years, I've told this story in my column and to peple I know, and the response varies. Some people think it's funny or bizarre. And a few others have accused me of exploiting the mentally ill for entertainment purposes. So, I stopped telling this true story. Until today.
I just couldn't resist after receiving the following e-mail in my P-B mail in-box earlier this week...
For Immediate Release
United States Using Brain Implants to Terrorize Citizens
The US government has been putting brain implants into citizens as a form of state sponsored terrorism against activists who threaten the Patriot Act and the loss of American values and freedoms that the Patriot Act caused.
Extraordinarily well documented at the web site www.brainimplant.info , Chad Kister, a well respected author who has given more than a thousand presentations around Japan, Europe, Canada and the United States, explains how this technology has been abused to torture those who challenge the Patriot Act.
Brain implant technology began in 1874, and has evolved in recent years using nanotechnology, to the point where these devices can be used for people to "hear" what others with this device and connected on the same wave length are thinking, and visa versa. They can also be used to connect brains to computers using a Brain Computer Interface.
Because so few media outlets have reported on this technology, the abusers of it are getting away with calling their victims mentally insane, and putting them into mental institutions even though the only problem is a physical device, rather than any mental issues.
Kister has documented his brain implant in Canada and Cuba, where doctors have called the device a frontal sinus communication.
The device can easily be seen in Kister's x-rays, which are posted at www.chadkister.com . Five doctors in the US have already admitted that they have done this, as has Athens County Sheriff Pat Kelly, Athens Municipal Judge William Grim, and Athens Ohio Judge Michael Ward.
Kister has already subpoenaed the perpetrators of this crime, Ross Martin and Sasha Segetic, into court as a witness over a parking ticket that he received. Both Ross Martin and Sasha Segetic (formerly Sasha McCully) committed perjury by claiming they did not know about brain implants under oath, even though they had told Kister that they had put them in him, and made that abundantly clear while they were Kister's tenants.
Ross Martin broke into Kister's house on March 27, 2009 and knocked Kister out using a baseball bat, which smashed Kister's right temple in a permanent injury that causes extreme pain every day. They then put in the thought policing and thought torture device while Kister was unconscious.
"My x-rays cannot be denied," Kister said. "One would have to be corrupt or insane to miss the obvious implants in my forehead and right ear that are clearly visible in my x-rays. They are so obvious, one does not have to be a radiologist or a doctor to see it. They are as obvious as if someone took a photo of me with a cell phone next to my head." Media are encouraged to show the x-rays.
Kister is a graduate of the Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University, and he recently finished his Masters Degree in Environmental Studies at Ohio University. He is also the author of three books, Arctic Quest, Arctic Melting and Against All Odds, as well as being the producer of the film Caribou People.