Microchip Implant Activists Participate in Recent MLK Day Events in Sacramento, CA

The International Center Against the Abuse of Covert Technologies(ICAACT) steps out at its first event as a group formed to address non-consensual microchip implantation; a crime that appears to be happening at an alarming rate throughout the United States and the world.

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This was a win for us as victims of domestic terrorism.

Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) January 22, 2012

On Monday, January 16, 2012, a day when our nation celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who dedicated his life to the pursuit of freedom for black Americans, members of the International Center Against the Abuse of Covert Technologies (ICAACT) launched a campaign that will, hopefully, one day soon free all Americans subjected to covert surveillance and torture.

The day began with a six mile march in Sacramento, California where the ICAACT banner was carried by activists Amy Anderson and Renata Murry. “We walked seven miles, crossed bridges and were escorted by police. It was an honor to carry the banner for what we’re suffering from. We felt we were making a difference as targeted individuals,” said Amy.

“It is liberating to know that we as targeted individuals are standing up for ourselves and the message of our plight was well-received by many people at the March, “ added Renata.

An estimated 10,000 participants took part in the event which started at 8:00 am and continued in the afternoon with a rally, speeches, and music at Cesar Chavez Park.

“It went well,” says Peter Rosenholm, one of the co-founders of ICAACT. “We had a good number of people. A lot of them took away material from our booth, which by far drew the largest number of people.”

Amy explains further, “It was an opportunity to be out there among the people and have them ask me about the chip. And when they realized it was a form of control, they went into a protective mode, that it was something they did not want to happen to them.”

One of the speakers at the rally was Jesse Beltran, also a co-founder of ICAACT who remarked, “This was a win for us as victims of domestic terrorism. We were successful in presenting our issues in a methodical way with only one purpose; that was to educate the general population about the seriousness of the abuse of technology and how it affects this country and human beings in a very adverse way.”

According to its website – icaact.org - ICAACT’s mission is “to bring awareness to the general public and the legal systems around the world in regards to serious human rights abuses utilizing covert weapons technology like Microwave technology & remote influencing technology …”

It also works closely with Freedom From Covert Harassment and Surveillance(FFCHS) – http://www.freedomfchs.com and the International Alliance Against Covert Electronic Abuse(IAACEA) – iaacea.org, human rights organizations who similarly seek to raise public awareness nationwide and worldwide of the threat of non-consensual human implantation, experimentation, organized stalking, and remote electronic assaults.

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Banner carried at the MLK Day parade