Wyden Letter 2013
Re: “Citizen Kill Lists” and Human Rights Activists/Issues
CANR supports: “. . .to address the Intelligence Community’s reliance on secret interpretations of surveillance law, arguing that while “intelligence agencies need to be able to conduct operations in secret, even secret operations need to be conducted within the bounds of established, publicly understood law.. . .” 1.
Our Issue: Defendants’ promise in the 1970s to locate the victims of their human experimentation program, and to provide compensation and health care, proved to be hollow. Defendants never made a sincere effort to locate the survivors. . . . (#15),
from Gordon Erspamer, Lead lawyer for Vietnam Veterans of America.
Their current case: Vietnam Veterans of America et al. v. CIA et al. CV 09-0037-CW,U.S.D.C. (N.D. Cal 2009) . i Quote from: Second Amended Order for Injunctive and Declaratory Relief Under U.S. Constitution and Federal Statutes (Class Action), pp 8,9 # 13,14,15,16
Dear Senator Wyden:
Our organization, CANR, Citizens Against Nonconsensual Research, supports your position on this very important national issue. We ask that you look into a closely related matter, the issue of non-consensual experimentation. As a member of the Select Committee on Intelligence, and as one who defies, “ the national security community’s abuse of secrecy”, 2. we seek your counsel, with these problems. We feel you are uniquely qualified to speak with us, give us direction and work towards a solution. We ask that you or your staff member respond to us, at your earliest possible convenience.
Our primary issue is non-consensual experimentation, including directed energy weapon testing, on unwitting citizens. A secondary issue is the “citizen kill list”. By the very nature of our issues and claims, many members believe they may have been placed on a FISA, Patriot, and/or, may be placed on a secret “citizen kill” list.
We are presenting here, expert signal evidence reports, witnessing unauthorized human experimentation, using directed energy transmitters. We include specific testimony, and clear infrared photograpy. This problem is nationwide, involving at least 2,000 citizens. Affected citizens include everyday people, professionals, whistleblowers, and earlier experimentation survivors.