Activities are being organized around the world — by millions of victims of Electronic Torture

Cyber-Torture

Activities are being organized around the world — by millions of victims of Electronic Torture — to inform the public that July 31 is “World Day Against Electronic Torture.” For the first time ever Professor Nils Melzer, UN Special Rapporteur on Torture, will present to the 75th UN General Assembly Session in October his report on “Cybertorture” which are Forms of Computerized Remote Electronic Torture against Illegally Targeted Individuals worldwide. This includes:

— Remote Electronic “Tagging” Of Innocent Victims By Brutally Assaulting Them Through Their Bodies And Into Their Neurological Systems with Microwave Pulses and Radiofrequency Signals Using Directed-Energy Weapons And Directional Antennas, In Order To Conduct Round-the-Clock Remote Electronic Surveillance Over Them — Often Illegal Forms Of Conducting Electronic Surveillance Over Innocent Civilians Through A Victim’s Body Performed By Corrupt Law Enforcement Officers With Microwave Weapons — In A Method Called “Remote Neural Monitoring”;

— Criminal Forms of Electronic…

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