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Letitia Peters speaks out about violations of religious freedom, human and civil rights. She is a former Federal Government electronics engineer whose family has been intentionally selected to be in a non-consensual human subject research. Her emails are being sabotaged, not delivered, or delayed. Has her HP computer been modified or is the “unidentified medical devices” causing her to experience pain in her fingertips & throughout her body? Ms. Peters states, “I have been a law-abiding citizen except for speeding or parking tickets. I am not an enemy combatant. The atrocities that has been taken against me is unspeakable. This is torture. Is this being done to me because of a personal vendetta that someone had against me or because I complained about toxic mold in Federal buildings, which affected my health? You can watch my video at www.youtube.com/nimsociety. Does this give anyone the right to intentionally select someone or their family under the auspices of a human subject research to kill us or to control us? Is this genocide? They are using taxpayer’s dollars to orchestrate these unethical, nonconsensual human subject research projects. President Obama has launched a campaign about genocide. There has been no accountability. We demand action & want to opt out NOW!”
Donna Joy discovers that she has been a human subject since she was 16 years old and she is only 50 years old. They have chipped her children,family, ex- attorney and even a judge. You can listen to her other interview on the Sept. 17 episode starting at 27 minutes. You can read the news page dated Sept. 18 at letitiapeters.weebly.com.
Listen to her perps as they tell her that she is their sex slave and they name the Government research as Pandora and MKULTRA.
Help us to stop this now, before it is too late! It is us now, but you could be next!
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