As part of a request for records on Antifa and white supremacist groups, WSFC inadvertently bundles in “EM effects on human body.zip”
Is this that moment when a Conspiracy theory turns into reality?
According to reports, documents detailing Psycho-Electronic Weapons” and “Remote Mind Control” were accidentally sent to a journalist.
It’s not a secret that various US government agencies keep all kinds of secrets, but only a true conspiracy theorist would suspect that “psycho-electronic weapons” is one of them.
The info was revealed in ‘secret’ documents sent “by accident” to MuckRock, a news agency that specializes in processing Freedom of Information requests (FOIA), a law that gives citizens the right to access federal government information.
It all started when journalist Curtis Waltman wrote to the Washington State Fusion Center (WSFC)—a state security agency responsible for processing data on terrorism and extremis—requesting information about Antifa (the anti-fascist movement) and white supremacist groups.
While he got the documents he was looking for; he also received a strange zip file entitled “EM Effects on the human body.”
Once he extracted the files, he found the following intel:
The documents, which were apparently sent by accident offer a number of illustrations that show different devices and techniques that aim to manipulate the human mind. The file also features details about weapons that use electromagnetic force to induce intense pain in certain individuals.
Some of the images from the zip file appear to be part of an article published in 1992 in the Australian magazine Nexus, which speaks of a lawsuit by a John St. Clair Akewi against the NSA (National Security Agency).
Aweki claimed that the NSA had “the ability to covertly murder US citizens and conduct psychological control operations to cause certain individuals to be diagnosed as insane.”
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According to the editors of the magazine, they tried to cover the case in 1996 but did not manage to provide the protagonist with more details:
“We called Mr. Akewi to follow up on the development of his demand, but he told us firmly and kindly that he could not talk about anything that had to do with the case over the phone and hung up.”
It is widely accepted that the USA and other world powers have experimented with the range of possibilities offered by mind control, but the documents leaked here do not seem official.
However, they are another overwhelming proof of the great interest of the US government in the powers of the mind and their use as a tool for geopolitical and militaristic purposes.
Waltman has said he has no idea why that compressed file was included in what was sent to him.
According to reports, the WSFC has yet to respond on the matter.
As noted by Muckrock, it remains a mystery as to why or how the documents were sent to them: “It could have been meant for another release, it could have been gathered for an upcoming WSFC report, or it could even be from the personal files of an intelligence officer that somehow got mixed up in the release.”