By Patrick Martin
Military documents obtained by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) after a lengthy lawsuit under the Freedom of Information
Act provide important new evidence of American war crimes. The documents include autopsy reports and investigative reports on the deaths of 190 prisoners held by the US military at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The more than 2,600 pages of documents were turned over to the ACLU on January 14 and made public on the organization’s web site five days later.
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Who are Targeted Individuals?
Targeted Individuals are people who have been targeted by Government, military, and state run programs such as, but not limited to: Cointelpro, MK Ultra, Mind Control, Gang Stalking, Electronic Harassment, etc.
Many of these individuals have been targets for years, suffering in silence. Others have been on the run for years. Citizens abused and betrayed by the relationship that they have with their state and country. A relationship that should never be abused.
In the past people such as Martin Luther King Jr, Judy Bari. were targeted by Cointelpro with horrendous results. Others were targeted by government mind control projects such as MK Ultra. Journalists are targeted by something they refer to as the Buzzsaw. Others are innocent individuals being targeted by local programs, placed on lists or have warning markers and flags placed against their names on their files. This is then leading to human…
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