The pervasiveness of the atrocities that are happening would surprise a lot of people. These are major human rights violations," says Derrick Robinson, executive director of the group.
Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) February 2, 2011
In observance of January as National Stalking Awareness Month as designated by the National Center for Victims of Crime and World Day of Social Justice on February 20, as designated by the United Nations, Freedom From Covert Harassment and Surveillance (FFCHS) has launched a national billboard campaign to call attention to the issues of organized stalking and remote electronic assaults; secret crimes which affect a growing number of victims nationwide and worldwide. The first billboards were erected on January 24 in ten locations around the Los Angeles area.
Victims of these crimes are generally surveilled, stalked, and harassed 24/7 whether at home, work, or in the community by persons who are often unknown to them. Intense body shocks, migraine headaches, irregular heartbeat, cardiac arrest, disorientation, nausea, eye damage, memory loss and other cognitive damage can result from the remote electronic assaults, which may explain some ailments that many might have otherwise thought were of natural causes.
The perpetrators of the crimes seem to stem from overreaching military and intelligence agencies, according to victim accounts. "We deal with over one thousand victims who have contacted us from every major city in this country and many small towns. The pervasiveness of the atrocities that are happening would surprise a lot of people. These are major human rights violations," says Derrick Robinson, executive director of the group.
In the early 70's, a congressional investigation uncovered MKULTRA, the CIA's secret mind control research program, which utilized hundreds of non-consensual experimentees, some of whom claim they are still stalked and harassed to this day.
The signs depict 3 shadowy figures as a backdrop for the text which states, "Organized Stalking & Remote Electronic Assaults: The Secret Crime" - "You are Not Alone" and gives an 800 number to call. They are on display in such locations as: Culver City, Long Beach, Downtown, Garden Grove, Pacific Coast Highway, Studio City, and East Los Angeles.
"The billboards can be seen right off the highway and at eye-level. They look great!" says Wanda Dablin, Los Angeles FFCHS Chapter president. They will remain in Los Angeles for a period of about 4 weeks after which time, similar advertisements will begin to appear in other cities around the nation.
FFCHS is a human rights organization headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. Their stated goal is to raise public awareness of and to seek protection for victims of organized stalking and remote electronic assaults. Hearings and an investigation by Congress may ultimately be what’s needed to bring the covert attacks to a halt.
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