Oh he had a trial...
Then there is the cover up stuff...
NOTE: A television producer has told me that a friend of his who was
in a band, went to the Gulf to entertain the troops. Inflight, their
sound equipment was lost, but the military pulled up with a truckload
"of the most sophisticated sound equipment I have ever seen in my
life." When band members started to photograph the truck, they were
stopped by military guards who told them it was a highly- classified
piece of equipment and could not be photographed. Other sources have
told us they were puzzled when the Army placed powerful speaker
systems throughout the desert - "but no sound came out of them." An
estimated 20,000 Gulf War veterans are now suffering from the same
symptoms one would find in the victims of electromagnetic non-ionizing
radiation - aching teeth, jaws, joints, chronic fatigue syndrome,
destroyed immune system, etc. Still other sources tell us that this
top-secret ELF "barrier weapon" was used against Manuel Noriega in
Panama; the "loud rock music" blared at Noriega's hideaway was just a
cover to mask the real purpose of this powerful new weapon.)
GS> (Don't forget the sounds used on the Branch Davidians at Waco)
Acoustic Psycho-Correction Technology
Noise was also a key factor in the siege of Noriega's retreat in Panama, when US forces blasted high volume rock music and other sounds into the building day and night. The noise in Panama and Waco may have been used as a cover for to new thought implant technology called "acoustic psycho-correction."
Acoustic psycho-correction attempts to implant thoughts in the target's mind without the target being aware of the source of the thought. A voice of someone known to the target is synthesized and transmitted through loud noise; the target hears the voice, and is supposed to believe the message is his own thought. The technology was the subject of author Dick Russell's article in Prevailing Winds magazine in 1995. Says Russell:
Last July, an article in the monthly periodical Defense Electronics described a series of secret meetings held last March in suburban Northern Virginia between US intelligence officials and a group of Russian scientists. They were talking, the article maintained, "about the Russians' decade-long research on a computerized acoustic device allegedly capable of implanting thoughts in a person's mind without that person being aware of the source of the thought." The FBI was apparently considering using the Russian device - dubbed "acoustic psycho-correction" - on David Koresh, sending in the voice of God (or, alternatively, of the cult leader's mother) in an effort to get the Branch Davidians to emerge. But the Russian scientists allegedly refused "to promise zero risk."
When the NIJ's David Boyd was asked recently whether any non-lethal weapons were considered for use in Waco, he responded: "I have to answer that very carefully. The fairest answer is, none were suitable."
(Prevailing Winds Magazine, Vol. 1, 1995, Non-Lethal Weapons by Dick Russell).
ross "bread and water" dawg