Friday, November 28, 2008

Judge Allows Mind Control Victim To Sue Microsoft & Several Other U.S. Corporations For Alleged "Brain-wave Control, Satanic Rituals & Witchcraft"

In yet another instance of a private citizen alleging that they have been used for non consensual human experimentation, a Judge has refused to dismiss a precedent setting lawsuit in regard to such electronic warfare. If successful, this plaintiff could open the door to a myriad of new lawsuits being filed against federal government agencies, as well as large corporations accused of such heinous crimes.

Judge allows $2B lawsuit claiming mind control
Paul Walton, Canwest News Service Published: Wednesday, November 12, 2008

NANAIMO, B. C. - A judge has refused to dismiss a civil lawsuit brought by a B. C. man who is seeking $2-billion in damages from Microsoft, Telus, Wal-Mart, the RCMP and other defendants over alleged brain-wave control, satanic rituals and witchcraft.

Justice Fraser Wilson heard from five lawyers on Monday, who argued that the case brought forward by Jerry Rose is so outrageous it should be dismissed.

Mr. Rose's claim says "he has been subject to invasive brain computer interface technology, research, experiments, field studies and surgery" and also names the University of B. C. and B. C. College of Physicians and Surgeons as defendants.

Jennifer Millbank, a Nanaimo lawyer hired to represent Microsoft in the case, said that Mr. Rose's two-page statement of claim is "nothing short of bizarre" and that it would be "impossible this would ever be a case for trial on the merits."

But Judge Wilson, while admitting the case was "certainly an unusual one," said he had to be convinced there was nothing in Mr. Rose's claim that could be litigated.

Ms. Millbank said there is no scientific evidence to prove brain control is a possibility.

"I think this is akin to someone saying they sustained injuries because their boat fell off the edge of

the world," said Ms. Millbank. "My clients ought not to be subjected to what is a nuisance lawsuit."

Judge Wilson raised the notorious case of a CIA-sponsored experiment at McGill University between 1957 and 1964 in which people without their consent were given LSD and other drugs. But Ms. Millbank said that in this case there are no material facts that a court could act upon.

Microsoft had no direct contact with Mr. Rose, and his statement of claim gives no details on how or when the defendants may have harmed him, Ms. Millbank said.

* Mr. Rose, reading from a three-page statement, said the mind-control harassment continues with "brain-drain technologies" under the RCMP and tactics to prevent his case from going forward.

Mr. Rose said he is asking for $2-billion because of a computer technology he invented that was stolen from him. "I'm not a lawyer, but I have proof," Mr. Rose said.


* Those who've read John St. Clair Akwei's lawsuit against the NSA will remember how John mentioned being attacked by the NSA in a similar manner by way of satellite based directed energy weapons, in which to covertly torture him as punishment for exposing the NSA's Nazi crimes against humanity. John St. Clair Akwei is a true American hero, who has given electronic warfare victims the "smoking gun" behind the crimes that we are being subjected to within the privacy of our own homes.
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