|Posted by Ra11yTh3P30pl3 on May 6, 2012 at 10:00 PM||comments (0)|
In 2011, the Presidential Bioethics Commission was held, reportedly to address the ethical issues involved in the use of new technologies. Of particular interest to us (those seeking civil remedies for targeted individuals)were the ethical issues governing research as it applies to experimentation on human subjects.
My understanding is that all of those targeted individuals who testified during that meeting were informed that they would not be allowed to submit any additional testimony and that the committee would not follow up on their concerns or directly assist them in any way. It is our position that targets and their supporters should not allow themselves to be so dismissed.
The first video is a bit sanitized. Please watch the second and other videos for a better idea of what targeted individuals actually go through.
|Posted by Ra11yTh3P30pl3 on May 6, 2012 at 9:45 PM||comments (0)|
This is an interesting place to begin when attempting to understand the science behind these crimes. Often, when the technology used to commit these crimes is described by experts, it is placed in the best possible light. All the potentially beneficial possibilities are touted, but few address the horror that can result from misuse and abuse. While there are indeed places where the use of these technologies may prove beneficial, to say that they are dangerous technologies is an understatement. These technological advances are already being abused, used as weapons. Even more disturbing is the fact that there is no system in place to warn against, prevent, prosecute or to even detect the misuse of these technologies as weapons.