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J.C. No. 03-16-90005 Office of the Circuit Executive, United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals COMPLAINT OF JUDICIALMISCONDUCT OR DISABILITY re 15-3400 and 16-1149; 03-16-900046 re ALL
FEDERAL LITIGATION TO DATE
U.S.C.A. Third Circuit Court of Appeals Case No. 16-1149 MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert;15-3400
MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert;; 16-1001; 07-4474
U.S. District Court Eastern District of PA Case No. 16-cv-49; 15-03984; 14-02559 MOVANT for Lisa
Michelle Lambert; 05-2288; 06-4650, 08-02982
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Judicial Conduct Board – Complaint against Lancaster County Court of
Common Pleas Judge Leonard Brown III
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Case No. 353 MT 2016; 354 MT 2016; 108 MM 2016 Amicus for Kathleen Kane
Superior Court of Pennsylvania AMICUS for Kathleen Kane Case No. 1164 EDA 2016; Case No. 1561
MDA 2015; 1519 MDA 2015
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Case No. 08-13373; 15-10167; 06-03349, CI-06-03401
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for The Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case No. 16-10157

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PRIVILEGED AND CONFIDENTIAL: Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant, and the Advanced Media Group are
victims of U.S. Sponsored Mind Control and has been engaged in litigation in both Federal and State courts
seeking financial and social remedies and a resolution of his Civil Liberties and his Constitutional Rights. These
communications are our way of defending and protecting those rights. In 1987 Stan J. Caterbone, while
managing the financial firm the he founded, Financial Management Group, Ltd., Stan J. Caterbone became a
Federal Whistleblower when, as a shareholder, he claimed fraud and misconduct within the international arms
dealer and local start-up International Signal & Control, Plc., Some 4 years later ISC was indicted and plead
guilty to the 3rd largest fraud in U.S. history, some $1 Billion, and for selling arms to Irag via South Africa. In
June of 2015 Stan J. Caterbone became the Movant in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of
Pennsylvania case No. 5:14-cv-02559-PD for the Habeus Corpus Petition of Lisa Michelle Lambert. The case is
now before the U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals, Case No. 15-3400.

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Gaslighting
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Gaslighting or gas-lighting is a form of psychological abuse in which a
victim is manipulated into doubting their own memory, perception, and
sanity.[1][2] Instances may range from the denial by an abuser that
previous abusive incidents ever occurred, up to the staging of bizarre
events by the abuser with the intention of disorienting the victim.
The term owes its origin to the 1938 play Gas Light and has been used in
clinical and research literature.[3][4]

Contents
Ingrid Bergman in the 1944 film
Gaslight.

1 Etymology
2 Clinical examples
2.1 Introjection
2.2 Resisting
3 In the media
4 See also
5 References
6 Further reading
7 External links

Etymology
The 1938 stage play Gas Light, known as Angel Street in the United States, and the film adaptations released in
1940 and 1944 motivated the origin of the term because of the systematic psychological manipulation used by
the main character on a victim. The plot concerns a husband who attempts to convince his wife and others that
she is insane by manipulating small elements of their environment, and subsequently insisting that she is
mistaken, remembering things incorrectly, or delusional when she points out these changes. The original title
stems from the dimming of the gas lights in the house that happened when the husband was using the gas lights
in the attic while searching for hidden treasure. The wife accurately notices the dimming lights and discusses the
phenomenon, but the husband insists she just imagined a change in the level of illumination.
The term "gaslighting" has been used colloquially since the 1960s[5] to describe efforts to manipulate someone's
sense of reality. In a 1980 book on child sexual abuse, Florence Rush summarized George Cukor's 1944 film
version of Gas Light, and writes, "even today the word [gaslighting] is used to describe an attempt to destroy
another's perception of reality."[6]

Clinical examples
Sociopaths and Narcissists frequently use gaslighting tactics. Sociopaths consistently transgress social mores,
break laws, and exploit others, but typically are also charming and convincing liars who consistently deny
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wrongdoing. Thus, some who have been victimized by sociopaths may doubt their perceptions.[7]
Some physically abusive spouses may gaslight their partners by flatly denying that they have been violent.[4]
Gaslighting describes a dynamic observed in some cases of marital infidelity: "Therapists may contribute to the
victim's distress through mislabeling the woman's reactions. [...] The gaslighting behaviors of the spouse provide
a recipe for the so-called 'nervous breakdown' for some women [and] suicide in some of the worst situations."[8]
Gaslighting may also occur in parent–child relationships, with either parent, child, or both, lying to each other
and attempting to undermine perceptions.[9] Furthermore, gaslighting has been observed between patients and
staff in inpatient psychiatric facilities.[10]

Introjection
In an influential 1981 article Some Clinical Consequences of Introjection: Gaslighting, Calef and Weinshel
argue that gaslighting involves the projection and introjection of psychic conflicts from the perpetrator to the
victim: "this imposition is based on a very special kind of 'transfer'... of painful and potentially painful mental
conflicts."[11]
The authors explore a variety of reasons why the victims may have "a tendency to incorporate and assimilate
what others externalize and project onto them," and conclude that gaslighting may be "a very complex highly
structured configuration which encompasses contributions from many elements of the psychic apparatus."[11]
Dorpat (1994) describes this as an example of projective identification.[2]

Resisting
With respect to women in particular, Hilde Lindemann argued emphatically that in such cases, the victim's
ability to resist the manipulation depends on "her ability to trust her own judgments."[12] Establishment of
"counterstories" may help the victim reacquire "ordinary levels of free agency."[12]

In the media
British film-maker Adam Curtis has suggested that "nonlinear" or "asymmetric" war (as described by Vladislav
Surkov, political advisor to Vladimir Putin) is a form of gaslighting intended for political control.[13]

See also
Antisocial personality disorder
Asch conformity experiments
Denial#Denial of fact
Denial and deception
Martha Mitchell effect
Mind control
Mind games
Münchausen syndrome by proxy

Narcissistic personality disorder
Plausible deniability
Power and control in abusive relationships
Psychological torture
Psychological warfare
Setting up to fail
Victim blaming
Zersetzung

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References
1. "Oxford Dictionary definition of 'gaslighting' ".
Oxford Dictionaries. Oxford University Press.
Retrieved 20 April 2016.
2. Dorpat, T.L. (1994). "On the double whammy and
gaslighting". Psychoanalysis & Psychotherapy. 11
(1): 91–96. (subscription required (help)).
3. Dorpat, Theodore L. (1996). Gaslighting, the Double
Whammy, Interrogation, and Other Methods of Covert
Control in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis. Jason
Aronson. ISBN 978-1-56821-828-1. Retrieved
2014-01-06.
4. Jacobson, Neil S.; Gottman, John M. (1998-03-10).
When Men Batter Women: New Insights into Ending
Abusive Relationships. Simon and Schuster.
pp. 129–132. ISBN 978-0-684-81447-6. Retrieved
2014-01-06.
5. "gaslight". Oxford English Dictionary (3rd ed.).
Oxford University Press. September
2005. (Subscription or UK public library membership
(http://www.oup.com/oxforddnb/info/freeodnb/libraries/)
required.) 1969 S. C. Plog Changing Perspectives in

Mental Illness 83 It is also popularly believed to be
possible to ‘gaslight’ a perfectly healthy person into
psychosis by interpreting his own behavior to him as
symptomatic of serious mental illness.

6. Rush, Florence (February 1992). The Best-kept Secret:
Sexual Abuse of Children. Human Services Institute.
p. 81. ISBN 978-0-8306-3907-6.
7. Stout, Martha (2006-03-14). The Sociopath Next
Door. Random House Digital. pp. 94–95.
ISBN 978-0-7679-1582-3. Retrieved 2014-01-06.
8. Gass, G.Z.; Nichols, W.C. (1988). "Gaslighting: A
Marital Syndrome". Journal of Contemporary Family
Therapy. 10 (1): 3–16. doi:10.1007/BF00922429.
9. Cawthra, R.; O'Brian, G.; Hassanyeh, F. (April 1987).
" 'Imposed Psychosis': A Case Variant of the Gaslight
Phenomenon". British Journal of Psychiatry. 150 (4):
553–556. doi:10.1192/bjp.150.4.553. PMID 3664141.
10. Lund, C.A.; Gardiner, A.Q. (1977). "The Gaslight
Phenomenon: An Institutional Variant". British
Journal of Psychiatry. 131 (5): 533–534.
doi:10.1192/bjp.131.5.533. PMID 588872.
11. Weinshel, Edward M. (January 2003). Wallerstein,
Robert S., ed. Commitment and Compassion in
Psychoanalysis: Selected Papers of Edward M.
Weinshel. Analytic Press. p. 83.
ISBN 978-0-88163-379-5.
12. Nelson, Hilde L. (March 2001). Damaged identities,
narrative repair. Cornell University Press. pp. 31–32.
ISBN 978-0-8014-8740-8. Retrieved 2014-01-06.
13. "Oh dear"-ism II - Non-Linear War, Charlie Brooker's
2014 Wipe, 30 December 2014

Further reading
Calef, V.; Weinshel, E.M. (January 1981). "Some Clinical Consequences of Introjection: Gaslighting".
Psychoanal Q. 50 (1): 44–66. ISSN 0033-2828. OCLC 865290402. PMID 7465707. (subscription
required)

Portnow, Kathryn (1996). Dialogues of Doubt: The Psychology of Self-Doubt and Emotional Gaslighting
in Adult Women and Men. Harvard Graduate School of Education. OCLC 36674740. (thesis/dissertation)
(offline resource)
Santoro, Victor (1994-06-30). Gaslighting: How to Drive Your Enemies Crazy. Loompanics Unlimited.
ISBN 978-1-55950-113-2. OCLC 35172282. (offline resource)
Stern, Robin (2007-05-01). The Gaslight Effect: How to Spot and Survive the Hidden Manipulation
Others Use to Control Your Life. Random House Digital. ISBN 978-0-7679-2445-0. Retrieved
2014-01-06. (limited preview available online)

External links
Gaslighting as a Manipulation Tactic: what it is, who does it, and why (http://counsellingresource.com
/features/2011/11/08/gaslighting/) by George K. Simon, Ph.D., article on the topic of gaslighting published
by Counselling Resource on November 8, 2011
Sarah Strudwick (November 16, 2010) Dark Souls - Mind Games, Manipulation and Gaslighting
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In Contravention of Conventional Wisdom
CIA “no touch” torture makes sense
out of mind control allegations
By Cheryl Welsh
January 2008
Cheryl Welsh was invited to speak about mind control allegations at a recent
workshop on ethics and interrogations by the workshop director, Jean Maria Arrigo PhD.
Dr. Arrigo commented on this article:
In “CIA ‘No Touch’ Torture Makes Sense Out of Mind Control Allegations,”
Cheryl Welsh provides a valuable overview of methods common to
neuroweapons research and torture interrogation. Her essay is informed by
the multitude of self-identified, experimental targets of neuroweapons
researchers whom she represents. Scholars and journalists who are only able
to track neuroweapons research and interrogation methods through
government documents have biased the consensus reality in favor of
government authorities who deceive the public. We owe thanks to Cheryl
Welsh and her colleagues for their pioneering efforts to penetrate government
deception through the phenomenology of self-identified victims of
neuroweapons.
Jean Maria Arrigo, PhD, is an independent social psychologist and oral historian whose
work gives moral voice to military and intelligence professionals. See, for example,
Arrigo, J.M & Wagner, R. (2007). “Torture Is for Amateurs”: A Meeting of Psychologists
and Military Interrogators. [Special issue]. Peace and Conflict, 11 (4).

Dedicated to the courageous and kind-hearted
Peggy Fagan of Houston, Texas,
who is enduring the new scientific version of torture.

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Table of contents
Introduction
I. A university professor uncovers CIA “no touch” torture
II. The beginnings of CIA “no touch” torture and how it spread
III. What is “no touch” torture?
IV. An example of “no touch” torture
V. The long history of U.S. torture
VI. CIA Cold War neuroscience-based mind control research
VII. CIA Cold War nonlethal weapons research
VIII. Why CIA “no touch” torture has been so successful
IX. All three programs are state tools for neutralizing the enemy
without killing; for intelligence operations and counterinsurgency
warfare
X. Mind control allegations by a Korean War POW, (prisoner of war),
a Soviet political prisoner and Abu Ghraib detainees
XI. The banal and bizarre techniques of “no touch” torture
XII. The three key behavioral components of “no touch” torture
XIII. Torture as “a kind of total theater”
XIV. A comparison of “no touch” torture to mind control allegations
XV. The phenomenology of the torture situation
XVI. Comparing “no touch” torture techniques of sensory disorientation
and self inflicted pain to mind control allegations
XVII. Conclusions: what everyone can agree on

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Introduction
After the horrific pictures of prisoners being tortured at Abu Ghraib were displayed in front pages of
newspapers around the world, the United States maintained that the U.S. government does not
torture; Abu Ghraib was about a few bad officers. Evidence now proves that CIA “no touch” torture
and worse were ordered by the executive branch and approved by top military officers. Surprisingly
this scandal has much in common with another national security issue, neuroweapons, commonly
referred to as mind control.
The field of neuroethics should begin now, according to bioethicist Dr. Jonathan Moreno in his 2006
book Mind Wars, Brain Research and National Defense. The influential book was reviewed in
Nature and JAMA (Journal of American Medical Association). Most neuroscientists agree that
advanced neuroweapons are over a half century away but the ethics of the new weapons need more
planning than occurred for the atomic bomb. Moreno began the first chapter of his book describing
the growing numbers of allegations of illegal government mind control targeting. He immediately
dismissed them as conspiracy theory nut cases. A 2007 Washington Post Magazine article,
“Thought Wars” followed suit. So why should anyone read further given these credible and highly
respected expert opinions?
Much of what the public should know about the issue has gone unreported or uninvestigated. For
example, after over a half century of classified research, not one publicly known neurological weapon
has been deployed. This raises more questions than it answers. Putting aside the major and
undebated points of the consensus position, the mind control allegations do sound crazy and on this
singular point, most people, including experts and news reporters refuse any closer examination.
Clearly, understanding why the mind control allegations sound so crazy would have significant
consequences.
Two analogies help clarify the major problems for the mind control issue, secrecy and the lack of a
thorough, impartial investigation;
Excerpt of a 1970s congressional hearing uncovering illegal CIA activities; [Senator Frank]
Church, ... persisted in blaming the plots [assassinations] on the CIA. The agency, he said, was
a “rogue elephant on a rampage.” For proof, he pointed to the lack of documentary evidence
that any president had ever approved an assassination. Former CIA director Richard Helms
countered that it was absurd to expect to find such evidence. “I can’t imagine anybody wanting
something in writing saying I have just charged Mr. Jones to go out and shoot Mr. Smith,” he
testified. The Agency, he insisted, had simply carried out the wishes of the executive.
Even today, experts don’t understand how the U.S. secrecy system works. Similar to the torture
scandal, until there is a national security scandal about neuroscience weapons, the public will
remain uninformed about a serious public issue.
During a dairyman’s strike in 19th century New England, when there was suspicion of milk
being watered down, Henry David Thoreau wrote; “Sometimes circumstantial evidence can be
quite convincing; like when you find a trout in the milk.” Mind Wars and the Washington Post
Magazine article examined the growing numbers of crazy sounding mind control allegations.
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But unlike Thoreau’s account, the publications only reported the convincing circumstantial
evidence of “finding a trout in the milk” and dismissed the suspicions without a fair or
impartial investigation. As a result, the mind control allegations made no sense.
Update: In the 2008 book “The Commission, the Uncensored History of the 9-11 Investigation,”
Philip Shenon explained that explicit, very classified “kill orders” are now put in writing. On page
254 Shenon wrote: “MONs [memorandum of notification] were top-secret orders prepared by the
White House to authorize covert operations abroad by the CIA. ... there was an explicit, if highly
secret, order given by Clinton to the CIA in late 1998 to kill bin Laden.”

I. A university professor uncovers CIA “no touch”
torture
University of Wisconsin professor Alfred McCoy wrote the 2006 book, A Question of Torture, CIA
Interrogation, from the Cold War to the War on Terror. It’s a compelling account of McCoy’s search
for understanding the CIA’s “no touch” torture techniques used in the war on terror and the Iraq
War. McCoy shows how “information extracted by coercion is worthless” and makes the case for a
legal approach, “long and successfully used by the U.S. Marines and the F.B.I.” McCoy documents
why CIA “no touch” torture is a “revolutionary psychological approach” and is the first new scientific
innovation after centuries of torture. “Interrogators had found that mere physical pain, no matter
how extreme, often produced heightened resistance.” Of course, the old brutal forms of physical
torture are still around, for example torture in Argentina in the 1970s described in the classic,
Prisoner Without a Name, Cell without a Number by Jacobo Timerman.
McCoy pieced together what “no touch” torture is and how it was spread globally. The CIA’s new “no
touch” torture works by attacking and destroying the basis of personal identity. McCoy found that
the techniques were bizarre, simple, even banal and yet devastatingly effective. McCoy discovered
that the techniques had been scientifically proven in decades of CIA cold war research. Evidence of
several government manuals helped prove that the techniques were disseminated “from Vietnam
through Iran to Central America.”
“No touch” torture techniques sound strangely similar to mind control allegations. A comparison of
“no touch” torture to mind control allegations raised the possibility that mind control allegations
could be based on the well researched psychological theory for “no touch” torture. Torture victims
exhibit symptoms similar to psychotic processes and organic disorders and experts say this is not
mental illness but an outcome of the psychological component of torture. Psychotherapist Otto
Doerr-Zegers, who has treated Chilean victims tortured under General Augusto Pinochet stated; “
The psychological component of torture becomes a kind of total theater, a constructed unreality of
lies and inversion, in a plot that ends inexorably with the victim’s self-betrayal and destruction. ...”
This is similar to the technique of “street theater” that mind control victims described in the
Washington Post Magazine article. As torture victims are not mentally ill, mind control victims
would not be mentally ill but rather have undergone and are undergoing a traumatic situation
comparable to torture, such as the alleged illegal targeting with government mind control weapons.

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The UCDavis Center for the Study of Human Rights in the Americas (CSHRA) and the UCDavis
Center for Mind and Brain (CMB) further explain what psychological torture is and its effects on
torture victims.
[CSHRA and CMB] have initiated a collaboration to investigate theneurobiology of
psychological torture. ...Psychological torture (henceforthPT) is a set of practices that are
used worldwide to inflict pain or suffering without resorting to direct physical violence.
PT includes the use of sleep deprivation, sensory disorientation, forced self-induced pain,
solitary confinement, mock execution, severe humiliation, mind-altering drugs and
threats of violence—as well as the exploitation of personal or cultural phobias.
The psychiatric sequelae of PT are severe. They include delirium, psychosis, regression,
self-mutilation, cognitive impairment, and anxiety disorders, including post-traumatic
stress disorder. Neuroscience research on these and related mental disorders continues
to establish their neurobiological underpinnings, thus challenging the popular view that
PT is not physical, not serious, and perhaps not even torture at all.
The CSHRA and the CMB launched their collaborative efforts by holding The First
UCDavis Workshop on the Neurobiology of Psychological Torture. The goal of this
workshop was to bring together researchers and practitioners from different specialties
and research groups in order to set off a unified, long-term, research program on the
ways in which PT affects the human central nervous system in an effort to understand it
in relation to the more traditional forms of physical torture, and to establish clearly
articulated ethical, legal, and medical descriptions of this set of practices. It is expected
that these descriptions will help treat, document, and deter PT.
Supplemented by studies on the social, historical, and ethical ramifications of PT, the
presentations made at The First UCDavis Workshop on the Neurobiology of
Psychological Torture have been bound into The Trauma of Psychological Torture, a
volume to be published by Praeger on June 30, 2008.
Please note that numerous torture experts, including CSHRA and CMB have completely shunned
suggestions to investigate mind control allegations or to consider the issue. But this information may
be helpful to the therapists of TIs (targeted individuals of mind control) who are coping with mind
control targeting.

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II. The beginnings of CIA “no touch” torture and how it
spread
The science of psychological torture began because of fears of Russian brainwashing of defendants in
the 1940s Moscow show trials and the Korean War POW (prisoners of war) brainwashing scare in
the 1950s. The 2005 book, World as Laboratory, Experiments with Mice, Mazes, and Men by
Rebecca Lemov described government psychological research for determining whether the
Communists had developed new techniques of brainwashing. “Almost all [scientists] who were
assigned to study the phenomenon of POW collaboration ended up in short order working for the
CIA via one of its various ‘cut-outs,’ conduits, and false fronts, such as the Society for the
Investigation of Human Ecology, the Geschickter Fund for Medical Research, and the Scientific
Engineering Institute, or in one of its own laboratories.” (Lemov, 219) McCoy described the research
behind “no touch” torture and how it spread globally;
From 1950 to 1962, the CIA became involved in torture through a massive mind-control
effort, with psychological warfare and secret research into human consciousness that
reached a cost of a billion dollars annually, a veritable Manhattan Project of the mind. ...
If we trace a narrative thread through a maze of hundreds of experiments, the CIA
research moved through two distinct phases, first an in-house exploration of exotic
techniques such as hypnosis and hallucinogenic drugs, and, a later focus on behavioral
experimentation by contract researchers, several of the most brilliant behavioral
scientists of their generation ...
While this Agency drug testing led nowhere, CIA-funded behavioral experiments,
outsourced to the country’s leading universities, Harvard, Princeton, Yale, etc., produced
three key findings that contributed to the discovery of a new form of torture that was
psychological, not physical, ... perhaps best described as “no-touch torture.” (McCoy
outline, 2)
Across the span of three continents and four decades, there is a striking similarity in U.S.
torture techniques, both their conceptual design and specific techniques, from the CIA’s
1963 Kubark interrogation manual, to the Agency’s 1983 Honduras training handbook,
all the way to General Ricardo Sanchez’s 2003 orders for interrogation in Iraq. ...
Guantanamo perfected the three-phase psychological paradigm by attacking cultural
identity and individual psyche. (McCoy outline, 14)

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III. What is “no touch” torture?
McCoy explained what “no touch” torture is;
The CIA’s psychological paradigm for “no touch” torture fused two new methods,
“sensory disorientation” and “self-inflicted pain,” whose combination, in theory, would
cause victims to feel responsible for their own suffering and thus capitulate more readily
to their torturers. Refined through years of practice, sensory disorientation relies on a
mix of sensory overload and sensory deprivation via banal procedures, isolation then
intense interrogation, heat and cold, light and dark, noise and silence, for a systematic
attack on all human stimuli. The fusion of these two techniques, sensory disorientation
and self-inflicted pain, creates a synergy of physical and psychological trauma whose sum
is a hammer-blow to the existential platforms of personal identity. (McCoy outline, 4-5)
In 2004, the Red Cross reported: “The construction of such a system. ... cannot be
considered other than an intentional system of cruel, unusual and degrading treatment
and a form of torture.” (McCoy outline, 9)

IV. An example of “no touch” torture
Democracy Now’s Amy Goodman interviewed journalist Jane Mayer about her August 8, 2007 New
Yorker article, “The Black Sites: A Rare Look Inside the C.I.A.’s Secret Interrogation Program.”
Mayer described detainee Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and his experience with “no touch” torture;
There, he [Khalid Sheikh Mohammed] was subjected to a kind of a weird routine that
someone described to me as kind of Clockwork Orange sort of thing, where he was put in
goggles that blacked out the light and earmuffs of some sort that blocked out sound and
deprived of any normal routine, such as meals or anything that would allow him to know
what time of day it was or really have any kind of marker in his existence. And it’s a
program that’s developed of sort of psychological terror, in a way, to kind of make people
feel that they are completely dependent on other people, have no control over their lives,
and it’s something that, the technique, that really comes out of the KGB days, way back in
the Cold War. And apparently it’s something the CIA has put a lot of research into over
time.

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V. The long history of U.S. torture
The history of CIA torture runs parallel to CIA neuroscience-based mind control research and also
CIA nonlethal weapons research. This is important because mind control allegations include
descriptions of techniques that sound like all three CIA programs. It is possible that the related cold
war CIA “no touch” torture, nonlethal weapons and neuroscience-based mind control programs have
co-mingled for intelligence purposes. Pulitzer Prize winning New York Times reporter and author
Tim Weiner wrote the 2007 book Legacy of Ashes, History of the CIA. Weiner described the CIA
torture programs and the U.S. secret detention centers around the world. This is a brief excerpt of
the extensive programs;
The project dated back to 1948, when Richard Helms and his [American intelligence]
officers in Germany realized they were being defrauded ... The agency had set up
clandestine prisons to wring confessions out of suspected double agents. One was in
Germany, another in Japan. The third, and the biggest, was in the Panama Canal Zone.
“Like Guantanamo, ... It was anything goes.” ... (Weiner, 64-5)
Senior CIA officers, including Helms, destroyed almost all the records of these programs
in fear they might become public. (Weiner, 66)
The agency, as Cheney said that morning, went over to “the dark side.” On Monday,
September 17, President Bush issued a fourteen-page top secret directive to Tenet and
the CIA, ordering the agency to hunt, capture, imprison, and interrogate suspects around
the world. It set new limits on what the agency could do. It was the foundation for a
system of secret prisons where CIA officers and contractors used techniques that
included torture. One CIA contractor was convicted of beating an Afghan prison to death.
This was not the role of a civilian intelligence service in a democratic society. But it is
clearly what the White House wanted the CIA to do. ...
[The CIA] had participated in the torture of captured enemy combatants before,
beginning in 1967, under the Phoenix program in Vietnam. ...
Under Bush’s order, the CIA began to function as a global military police, throwing
hundreds of suspects into secret jails in Afghanistan, Thailand, Poland, and inside the
American military prison in Guantanamo, Cuba. It handed hundreds more prisoners off
to the intelligence services in Egypt, Pakistan, Jordan, and Syria for interrogations.
(Weiner, 482)

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VI. CIA Cold War neuroscience-based mind control
research
Some CIA neuroscience-based mind control research is known to have continued into the 1970s and
is still classified today. A January 29, 1979 Washington Post article entitled “Book Disputes CIA
Chief on Mind-Control Efforts: Work Went on Into 1970s, Author Says,” reported;
Despite assurances last year from Central Intelligence Director Stansfield Turner that the
CIA’s mind-control program was phased out over a decade ago, the intelligence agency
has come up with new documents indicating that the work went on into the 1970s,
according to a new book. John Marks, the author of the book, said the CIA mind-control
researchers did apparently drop their much publicized MK-ULTRA drug-testing
program. But they replaced it, according to Marks, with another super secret behavioralcontrol project under the agency’s Office of Research and Development.
The ORD program used a cover organization set up in the 1960s outside Boston headed
by Dr. Edwin Land, the founder of Polaroid, who acted as a “figurehead,” said Marks in
his book. The project investigated such research as genetic engineering, development of
new strains of bacteria, and mind control. The book identifies the Massachusetts
proprietary organization headed by Land as the Scientific Engineering Institute. The
CIA-funded institute was originally set up as a radar and technical research company in
the 1950s and shifted over to mind-control experiments in the 1960s with the exception
of a few scattered programs. According to Marks, however, the ORD program was a fullscale one and just as secret as the earlier MK-ULTRA project.
In a March 14, 1987, Nation magazine editorial, Louis Slesin, editor of the trade publication,
Microwave News, wrote; “Experts agree that nonionizing electromagnetic radiation (NIER) can
affect behavior, but the question is whether the radiation can be harnessed and used on people at a
distance. With its MKULTRA program the CIA began looking for the answer in the early 1950s.”
Slesin described that in the 1979 book, “Search for the Manchurian Candidate, The CIA and Mind
Control” by John Marks, Marks filed a freedom of information act (foia) request. The CIA replied
that “it had a roomful of files on electromagnetic and related techniques to alter behavior and
stimulate the brain.” But, “[the agency] refused to release the papers, and they remain classified.”

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VII. CIA Cold War nonlethal weapons research
Nonlethal weapons are another outcome of CIA behavior control research. Steven Aftergood wrote
about the initial stages of nonlethal weapons in the September/October 1994 Bulletin of the Atomic
Scientists; “Details about programs to develop so called ‘non-lethal’ weapons are slowly emerging
from the U.S. government’s secret ‘black budget.’ ... The concept of non-lethal weapons is not new;
the term appears in heavily censored CIA documents dating from the 1960s.” Dr. Barbara HatchRosenberg described nonlethal weapons on page 45,
“Non-lethal” weapons may violate treaties
Development of many of the proposed weapons described on these pages has been
undertaken by NATO, the United States, and probably other nations as well. Most of the
weapons could be considered “pre-lethal” rather than non-lethal. They would actually
provide a continuum of effects ranging from mild to lethal, with varying degrees of
controllability. Serious questions arise about the legality of these expensive and highly
classified development programs. Four international treaties are particularly relevant ...
The Certain Conventional Weapons Convention (also known as the Inhumane Weapons
Convention).
Many of the non-lethal weapons under consideration utilize infrasound or
electromagnetic energy (including lasers, microwave or radio-frequency radiation, or
visible light pulsed at brain-wave frequency) for their effects. These weapons are said to
cause temporary or permanent blinding, interference with mental processes,
modification of behavior and emotional response, seizures, severe pain, dizziness, nausea
and diarrhea, or disruption of internal organ functions in various other ways. In addition,
the use of high-power microwaves to melt down electronic systems would incidentally
cook every person in the vicinity.
Typically, the biological effects of these weapons depend on a number of variables that,
theoretically, could be tuned to control the severity of the effects. However, the precision
of control is questionable. The use of such weapons for law enforcement might constitute
severe bodily punishment without due process. In warfare, the use of these weapons in a
non-lethal mode would be analogous to the use of riot control agents in the Vietnam War,
a practice now outlawed by the CWC. Regardless of the level of injury inflicted, the use of
many non-lethal weapons is likely to violate international humanitarian law on the basis
of superfluous suffering and/or indiscriminate effects.
In addition, under the Certain Conventional Weapons Convention, international
discussions are now under way that may lead to the development of specific new
protocols covering electromagnetic weapons; a report is expected sometime next year.
The current surge of interest in electromagnetic and similar technologies makes the
adoption of a protocol explicitly outlawing the use of these dehumanizing weapons an
urgent matter.

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VIII. Why CIA “no touch” torture has been so successful
McCoy explained;
CIA Paradigm: In its clandestine journey across continents and decades, this distinctly
American form of psychological torture would prove elusive, resilient, adaptable and
devastatingly destructive, attributes that have allowed it to persist up to the present and
into the future. ...
1. Elusive: Unlike its physical variant, psychological torture lacks clear signs of abuse
and easily eludes detection, greatly complicating any investigation, prosecution, or
attempt at prohibition.
2. Resilient: Psychological torture is shrouded in a scientific patina that appeals to
policy makers and avoids the obvious physical brutality unpalatable to the modern
public.
3. Adaptable: In forty years since its discovery, the Agency’s psychological paradigm
has proved surprisingly adaptable, with each sustained application producing
innovations. ...
4. Destructive: Although seemingly less brutal than physical methods, the CIA’s “no
touch” torture actually leaves searing psychological scars. Victims often need long
treatment to recover from a trauma many experts consider more crippling than
physical pain. (A Question of Torture, 12)
These characteristics also apply to nonlethal weapons and neuroscience-based mind control. All
three are emerging state tools of the future and can neutralize the enemy by controlling the behavior
of the enemy. A 2005 book entitled, Torture, Does it Make Us Safer? Is It Ever OK? was copublished with Human Rights Watch. Some general reasons for why governments use torture as a
state tool include the following. Governments torture because it is a way to obtain coerced
confessions. The confessions can be used for propaganda purposes. Torture serves a variety of state
purposes: “to terrorize certain elements of the population, to instill a climate of fear in the public
more generally, and to break key leaders and members of these groups, uncovering their networks.”
Other purposes of torture are to “obtain intelligence by any means,” “annihilate subversives” and
“eliminate the enemy.”
Counterinsurgency warfare is taking place in Iraq and major newspapers have reported on the many
detainees that have consistently alleged being subjected to “no touch” torture techniques. As
reported in the September 16th, 2007 Sacramento Bee, General David Petraeus co-wrote the
Counterinsurgency Field Manuel-U.S. Army Field Manual on Tactics, Intelligence, Host Nation
Forces, Airpower, which Newsweek said, is “highly touted as the basis upon which the surge of U.S.
forces this year would be organized.”

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The book Torture, also included a description of “counterinsurgency warfare, in which torture was a
principal weapon” and was developed “during the French experience in Indochina and Algeria.”
[The] “genesis of this new kind of warfare is the idea that the enemy takes the form of an
invisible political organization hidden among the civilian population. One can know its
leaders and its structure only by waging a war of information: by arresting masses of
civilian suspects, interrogating them, and, if necessary, torturing them. ... In the modern
era, ... the science of torture and similar abusive treatment has developed to break the
physical and mental resistance of subjects before they expire or go mad and thus become
useless as sources of information. ... Torture is still about domination.”

IX. All three programs are state tools for neutralizing
the enemy without killing; for intelligence operations and
counterinsurgency warfare
By comparing mind control allegations to “no touch” torture techniques and the very classified
nonlethal weapons program, the purpose of the bizarre sounding mind control allegations begins to
make sense. Neuroweapons include the CIA’s still classified neuroscience-based mind control
research, “no touch” torture and nonlethal weapons. All three are emerging state tools of the future
that can reliably neutralize the enemy psychologically or without killing. The old, politically
unacceptable methods of brutal physical torture and killing won’t be eliminated but surreptitious,
scientifically proven, alternative methods are available to achieve an even greater national security
advantage. All are ideal for counterinsurgency warfare, psychological operations and intelligence
operations. The characteristics of “no touch” torture, nonlethal weapons and neuroscience-based
mind control make them more inhumane than the atomic bomb.

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X. Mind control allegations by a Korean War POW,
(prisoner of war), a Soviet political prisoner and Abu
Ghraib detainees
Three relevant examples out of the numerous available provide a general overview of the decades of
mind control allegations and weapons. The details are compelling and rarely reported by
mainstream press and illustrate why a comparison of “no touch” torture to mind control allegations
is so applicable. The examples share the same Cold War history with CIA “no touch” torture,
neuroscience-based mind control and nonlethal weapons programs.
1. The 1984 BBC TV documentary Opening Pandora’s Box described EMR [electromagnetic
radiation] remote mind control developments and a claim of mind control by a Korean POW;
In the 1950s, intelligence agencies were interested in changing mental states. The
theory is that brain waves can be tuned to a different EMR frequency and can
change moods and character. ... A CIA memo stated that they were looking for
behavior control to enhance consciousness.
The Soviets had realized the same thing. Dr. Ross Adey, famous EMR researcher at
Loma Linda Veterans Hospital, examined the Lida machine, from the Soviet Union.
It was described as a machine to “rearrange consciousness.” The Russians claimed
to use it for treatment of emotional disorders in the 1950s. Dr. Adey stated that the
Lida machine is now obsolete. It used coiled wire inside ear muffs which acted like
an antenna and emitted 1/10 sec pulses of EMR. Dr. Adey demonstrated that
excited animals rapidly quiet down when exposed to the Lida EMR frequencies.
There was one account that the Lida machine was used during the Korean war for
brainwashing American Prisoners.
2. An interview of an alleged Russian victim, Andre Slepucha, was reported in a 1998 ZDF
German TV documentary. He described what seems to be the first reported victim of some type
of “microwave hearing.” Slepucha stated;
In November 1954 I came into contact with what today is referred to as
“Psychotronic Treatment” for the first time. Back then they took me out of the
concentration camp where, under Stalin, I had been imprisoned as a political
prisoner, and brought me into an isolation cell in the KGB prison which was located
in the Lubyanka. After an approximately two week long continuous occupation of
the cell I suddenly experienced in the morning strong sounds in the head, very
strong acoustic and visual hallucinations.
On the CNN news broadcast, Special Assignment by Chuck DeCaro, “Weapons of War, Is there
an RF Gap?” November 1985, Dr. Bill van Bise, electrical engineer, conducted a demonstration
of Soviet scientific data and schematics for beaming a magnetic field into the brain to cause
visual hallucinations. The demonstration on reporter Chuck DeCaro was successful. Dr. van
Bise stated, “In three weeks, I could put together a device that would take care of a whole
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town.” A December 13, 1976, Federal Times article, “Microwave Weapons Study by Soviets
Cited” described the alleged Russian capability of microwave hearing;
The Defense Intelligence Agency has released a report on heavy Communist
research on microwaves, including their use as weapons. Microwaves are used in
radar, television and microwave ovens. They can cause disorientation and possibly
heart attacks in humans. Another biological effect with possible anti-personnel uses
is “microwave hearing.” “Sounds and possibly even words which appear to be
originating intracranially (within the head) can be induced by signal modulation at
very low average power densities,” the report said. According to the study,
Communist work in this area “has great potential for development into a system for
disorienting or disrupting the behavior patterns of military or diplomatic
personnel.”
3. Jon Ronson, author of the New York Times reviewed book, “The Men Who Stare at Goats”
wrote about alleged mind control experiments on Iraqi detainees. In an interview on April 14,
2005 at the Politics and Prose book store in Washington DC., Ronson discussed his book.
(Tape available from Cspan, Book TV at www.booktv.org. Videotape # 186334)
And from the former detainees from Guantanamo Bay that I’ve interviewed it
seems exactly the same things are going on there. I said to a man called Jamal alHarith how do you feel, you know how did you feel at Guantanamo Bay and he said
“felt like a laboratory rat.” And he said, “I felt they were trying stuff out on me.” ...
And one example is with Barney the purple dinosaur. When it was announced a
year ago that they were rounding up prisoners of war in Iraq and blasting them
with Barney the purple dinosaur, it was treated as a funny story, because, by all the
major news networks in America, you know... the torture wasn’t that bad. ... It was
disseminated as funny because who wants to replace a funny story with, as Eric
[Olson] once said to me, with one that’s not fun. ...
I was given seven photographs of a detainee who had just been given the Barney
treatment as they called it. It was 48 hours of Barney with flashing strobe lights
inside a shipping container in the desert heat. ...
... The current chief of staff of the Army is a man called General Pete Shoemaker. ...
He’s well known to have an interest in these paranormal esoteric military pursuits.
... So now is the time when I know that these ideas go to the very top [levels of the
military].
One of the things you spoke of, the one that I have knowledge of is the frequencies.
You can follow a trail of patents like footprints in the snow and the patents
sometimes vanish into the world of military classification. And there’s many
patents bought up by a man called Dr. Oliver Lowry. ...

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So we know that these patents have been bought up by the military. ... And the
detainees of Guantanamo I’ve spoken to speak of being blasted withfrequencies, put
inside music, high and low frequencies, masked with music.
...I think there’s no doubt they’re experimenting with this stuff. To add to that
controversial suggestion. I think there’s a good chance that even though they’re
trying this stuff out, it’s not necessarily true that it works. A lot of this stuff doesn’t
work. This may or may not work. I don’t know.

XI. The banal and bizarre techniques of “no touch
torture”
Psychological techniques used at Guantanamo, Abu Ghraib and secret prisons have included
extremes of the following; manipulation of time, loud music, strobe lights, odd sounds, hooding, ear
muffs, heat and cold, light and dark, isolation and intensive interrogation “and most importantly,
creative combinations of all these methods which otherwise might seem, individually, banal if not
benign.” As McCoy explains;
After a visit from the Guantanamo chief General Miller in September 2003, the U.S.
commander for Iraq, General Ricardo Sanchez, issued orders for sophisticated
psychological torture. As I read from those orders, please listen for the combined sensory
disorientation, self-inflicted pain, and attacking Arab cultural sensitivities.
Environmental Manipulation: Altering the environment to create moderate discomfort
(e.g. adjusting temperatures or introducing an unpleasant smell) ...
Sleep Adjustment: Adjusting the sleeping times of the detainee (e.g. reversing the
sleeping cycles from night to day).
Isolation: Isolating the detainee from other detainees. ... 30 days.
Presence of Military Working Dogs: Exploits Arab fear of dogs while maintaining security
during interrogations ...
Yelling, Loud Music, and Light Control: Used to create fear, disorient detainee and
prolong capture shock. Volume controlled to prevent injury ...
Stress Positions: Use of physical posturing (sitting, standing, kneeling, prone, etc.)
(McCoy outline, 9)

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XII. The three key behavioral components of “no touch”
torture
McCoy described the principles underlying “no touch” torture;
Through covert trial and error, the CIA, in collaboration with university researchers,
slowly identified three key behavioral components integral to its emerging techniques for
psychological torture.
Discovery #1 Sensory deprivation In the early 1950s ...Dr. Donald Hebb found that he
could induce a state akin to psychosis in just 48 hours. ...after just two to three days of
such isolation [sitting in a cubicle ..with goggles, gloves and ear muffs on.] “the subject’s
very identity had begun to disintegrate.”
Discovery #2 Self-inflicted pain ...Albert Biderman, Irving L. Janis, Harold Wolff, and
Lawrence Hinkle, advised the agency about the role of self-inflicted pain in Communist
interrogation. ...During the 1950s as well, two eminent neurologists at Cornell Medical
Center working for the CIA found that the KGB’s most devastating torture technique
involved, not crude physical beatings, but simply forcing the victim to stand for days at a
time, while the legs swelled, the skin erupted in suppurating lesions, the kidneys shut
down, hallucinations began.
Discovery #3 Anyone can torture ...Finally, a young Yale psychologist Stanley Milgram,
...conducted his famed obedience experiments, asking ordinary New Haven citizens to
torture on command and discovering that, in contravention of conventional wisdom,
anyone could be trained to torture. ...[Milgram] did controversial research under a
government grant showing that almost any individual is capable of torture, a critical
finding for the agency as it prepared to disseminate its method worldwide. (McCoy
outline, 4, Question of Torture, 32-33)
By the project’s end in the late 1960s, this torture research had involved three of the 100
most eminent psychologists of the 20th century-Hebb, Milgram, and Janis, as well as
several presidents of the American Psychiatric Association and the American
Psychological Association. (A Question of Torture, 33)
That notorious photo of a hooded Iraqi on a box, arms extended and wires to his hands,
exposes this covert method. The hood is for sensory deprivation, and the arms are
extended for self-inflicted pain. ... Although seemingly less brutal than physical methods,
no-touch torture leaves deep psychological scars on both victims and interrogators. One
British journalist who observed this method’s use in Northern Ireland called sensory
deprivation “the worst form of torture” because it “provokes more anxiety among the
interrogatees than more traditional tortures, leaves no visible scars and, therefore, is
harder to prove, and produces longer lasting effects.” (Question of Torture, 8-9)

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McCoy explained how CIA “no touch” torture changes its victims;
Insights from the treatment of Chilean victims tortured under General Augusto Pinochet’
s regime offer a point of entry into this complex question. Psychotherapist Otto DoerrZegers found that victims suffer “a mistrust bordering on paranoia, and a loss of interest
that greatly surpasses anything observed in anxiety disorders.” The subject “does not
only react to torture with a tiredness of days, weeks, or months, but remains a tired
human being, relatively uninterested and unable to concentrate.”
These findings led him to a revealing question: “What in torture makes possible a change
of such nature that it appears similar to psychotic processes and to disorders of organic
origin?” (Question of Torture, 10-11)

XIII. Torture as “a kind of total theater”
Doerr-Zegers explained that techniques of torture work by creating deception, distrust, fear,
disorientation, a “kind of total theater” that leaves the victim disoriented and “emotionally and
psychological damaged.” The similarity of the explanation below to “street theater” found in mind
control allegations is remarkable;
As Doerr-Zegers describes it, the psychological component of torture becomes a kind of
total theater, a constructed unreality of lies and inversion, in a plot that ends inexorably
with the victim’s self-betrayal and destruction.
To make their artifice of false charges, fabricated news, and mock executions convincing,
interrogators often become inspired thespians. The torture chamber itself thus has the
theatricality of a set with special lighting, sound effects, props, and backdrop, all
designed with a perverse stagecraft to evoke an aura of fear. Both stage and cell construct
their own kind of temporality. While the play both expands and collapses time to carry
the audience forward toward denouement, the prison distorts time to disorientate and
then entrap the victim. As the torturer manipulates circumstances to “maximize
confusion,” the victim feels “prior schemas of the self and the world ... shattered” and
becomes receptive to the “torturer’s construction of reality.”
Under the peculiar conditions of psychological torture, victims, isolated from others,
form “emotional ties to their tormentors” that make them responsive to a perverse play
in which they are both audience and actor, subject and object—in a script that often
leaves them not just disoriented but emotionally and psychologically damaged, in some
cases for the rest of their lives. (A Question of Torture, 10)

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XIV. A comparison of “no touch” torture to mind
control allegations
The Washington Post Magazine article included interviews of several TIs, or targeted individuals of
mind control, as some call themselves. Highly acclaimed author Gloria Naylor is most recognized for
her novel Women of Brewster Place, starring Oprah in a 1980s TV mini-series. Naylor wrote the
novel 1996, about her personal experience of mind control targeting and “street theater.” The article
also included an example of drug-induced paranoia for comparison;
Like Girard, Naylor describes what she calls “street theater,” incidents that might be
dismissed by others as coincidental, but which Naylor believes were set up. She noticed
suspicious cars driving by her isolated vacation home. On an airplane, fellow passengers
mimicked her every movement, like mimes on a street.
Voices similar to those in Girard’s case followed, taunting voices cursing her, telling her
she was stupid, that she couldn’t write. Expletive-laced language filled her head. ...
Naylor is not the first writer to describe such a personal descent. Evelyn Waugh, one of
the great novelists of the 20th century, details similar experiences in The Ordeal of
Gilbert Pinfold. Waugh’s book, published in 1957, has eerie similarities to Naylor’s.
Embarking on a recuperative cruise, Pinfold begins to hear voices on the ship that he
believes are part of a wireless system capable of broadcasting into his head; he believes
the instigator recruited fellow passengers to act as operatives; and he describes
“performances” put on by passengers directed at him yet meant to look innocuous to
others.
Waugh wrote his book several years after recovering from a similar episode and realizing
that the voices and paranoia were the result of drug-induced hallucinations.
The psychological terror and mistrust bordering on paranoia of torture victims is remarkably similar
to the mind control alleged by Naylor and the drug-induced paranoia of Waugh. The “street theater”
described by most TIs also appears similar to the paranoia of mental illness and most people think
“street theater” sounds crazy.
The addendum of Naylor’s novel 1996 included this description of some of the most commonly
reported mind control symptoms;
Victims are subjected to various kinds of harassment and torture, twenty-four hours a
day, seven days a week, for years on end. Most believe that some type of technology can
remotely track, target, and control every nerve in their bodies. Heart and respiration rate
can speed up and slow down, and stomach and bowel functions are regulated. Illnesses
and all types of pain can turn on and off in an instant. Microwave burns are reported.
Sleep deprivation is common and dreams are manipulated. Victims say, “They [whoever
is targeting them] can see through my eyes, what I see.” Sometimes victims describe
seeing the images of projected holograms. Thoughts can be read. Most victims describe a
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phenomenon they call “street theater.” For example, people around the victim have
repeated verbatim, the victim’s immediate thoughts, or harassive and personalized
statements are repeated by strangers wherever the victim may go.
Emotions can be manipulated. Microwave hearing, known to be an unclassified military
capability of creating voices in the head, is regularly reported. Implanted thoughts and
visions are common, with repetitive themes that can include pedophilia, homophobia
and degradation. Victims say it is like having a radio or TV in your head. Less frequently,
remote and abusive sexual manipulation is reported. Almost all victims say repetitive
behavior control techniques are used and include negative, stimulus-response or
feedback loops.
The counterintuitive and bizarre torture techniques are discernible within the mind control
allegations. The mind control techniques seem to be psychological techniques to disorient the victim
and cause him to feel completely controlled, dependent and at the mercy of his torturers. Similar to
the “kind of total theater” for torture, “street theater” is almost certainly a part of the process of
breaking one’s personality to gain behavior control over that person.

XV. The phenomenology of the torture situation
“What in torture makes possible a change of such nature that it appears similar to psychotic
processes and to disorders of organic origin?” Doerr-Zegers found the answer lies in the
psychological, not physical, “phenomenology of the torture situation;”
1.
2.
3.
4.

an asymmetry of power;
the anonymity of the torturer to the victim;
the “double bind” of either enduring or betraying others;
the systematic “falsehood” of trumped-up charges, artificial lighting, cunning
deceptions, and “mock executions”;
5. confinement in distinctive spaces signifying “displacement, trapping, narrowness
and destruction”; and
6. a temporality “characterized by some unpredictability and much circularity, having
no end.” ...
Thus, much of the pain from all forms of torture is psychological, not physical, based
upon denying victims any power over their lives. In sum, the torturer strives “through
insult and disqualification, by means of threats ... to break all the victim’s possible
existential platforms.” Through this asymmetry, the torturer eventually achieves
“complete power” and reduces the victims to “a condition of total or near total
defenselessness.” (Question of Torture, 10-11)
In torture, a torture situation is created according to Doerr-Zegers. In mind control allegations,
there is a similar phenomenology of a mind control situation. TIs describe this as “an electronic
prison.” Doerr-Zegers described the torture technique, 1) an asymmetry of power. In torture, the
torturer has complete power and the victim is completely powerless. Similarly, TIs are targeted
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remotely and are completely powerless to stop the targeting. Doerr-Zegers described the torture
technique, 2) the anonymity of the torturer to the victim. Torture victims do not know their torturer
and similarly, there is the anonymity of the remote targeting in the mind control situation.
Most TIs described “street theater” or seemingly staged events which matches 3), 4) and 6). DoerrZegers described torture technique, 5) confinement in distinctive spaces signifying “displacement,
trapping, narrowness and destruction.” Although TIs are not physically imprisoned, most victims
describe the experience as very debilitating and compare it to “mental rape, an electronic prison, or
total destruction of the quality of their lives.” Mind control poses a severe restriction on their former
lives. Doerr-Zeger’s technique 6) a temporality “characterized by some unpredictability and much
circularity, having no end” is also similar to sensory deprivation in mind control allegations. TIs
routinely report the simple but extremely repetitive and negative, stimulus-response and feedback
loops of their environment.

XVI. Comparing “no touch” torture techniques of
sensory disorientation and self inflicted pain to mind
control allegations
The psychological effects achieved by torture and alleged mind control are similar. Mind control
targeting tactics described by most TIs seem to contain the underlying “no touch” torture techniques
of sensory disorientation and self inflicted pain. For comparison, here is McCoy’s description;
To summarize, the CIA’s psychological paradigm fused two new methods, “sensory
disorientation” and “self-inflicted pain,” whose combination, in theory, would cause
victims to feel responsible for their own suffering and thus capitulate more readily to
their torturers ... The fusion of these two techniques, sensory disorientation and selfinflicted pain, creates a synergy of physical and psychological trauma whose sum is a
hammer-blow to the existential platforms of personal identity. (McCoy outline, 5)
The intended effect of sensory disorientation for torture would be similar for mind control; to create
an environment of radical uncertainty to enhance the break down of the person’s will and
personality. Most alleged cases of mind control describe the considerable repetition of seemingly
innocuous and banal stimuli in the TIs environment, as if engineered by computer. The addendum
of Naylor’s book included this description; “Almost all victims say repetitive behavior control
techniques are used and include negative, stimulus-response or feedback loops.” For comparison,
here is McCoy’s description;
The CIA’s “sensory disorientation” became a total assault on all senses and sensibilities,
auditory, visual, tactile, temporal, temperature, and survival. Refined through years of
practice, sensory disorientation relies on a mix of sensory overload and sensory
deprivation via banal procedures, isolation then intense interrogation, heat and cold,
light and dark, noise and silence, for a systematic attack on all human stimuli. (McCoy
outline, 4-5)

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McCoy described the photos of the hooded detainee with “the arms extended for self-inflicted pain.”
The torturer forces the prisoner to stand with arms extended and the prisoner has no control over
his situation. The prisoner still has a sense of guilt at causing his own pain by his extended arms.
This intended effect of self inflicted pain for torture seems to be similar to mind control. TIs who are
remotely targeted with physical pain cannot escape. Although TIs go to extremes in trying to escape
the physical targeting, they are unsuccessful. The psychological trauma is inflicted by the sense of
causing one’s own pain. Many TIs report that the targeting causes TIs to become isolated from
friends, families and in many cases TIs are unable to work. This common reaction to targeting seems
to be a type of self-inflicted psychological pain.
Carole Sterling’s description of targeting is also found in the addendum of Naylor’s book and seems
to illustrate the techniques of sensory disorientation and self-inflicted pain. It is a typical TI
description;
In 1997, Carole Sterling wrote a letter to the editor of the Star Beacon. She described her
alleged targeting with EMR weapons technologies that within months, led to her suicide.
Dear Star Beacon, I am writing about something that happened to me which goes back to
December 1995. I went to a conference in Nevada. The day following the last night at the
conference, I noticed that I had an injection mark on the base of my spine which was
sore. Then the nightmare started three days after my return to Washington, D.C. ... It
totally scrambled my brain, leaving me unable to think properly, simply functioning on
sheer shock and horror, with total incomprehension of what was going on. It actually was
debilitating. The room felt like a torture chamber. This forced me out of my home. I
believe that the technology used, be it some type of a frequency assault, some sort of
directed energy, in addition to whatever was injected in me, has caused damage to my
brain. [I have] been living with this debilitating and excruciating pain for the last eight
months so far.
TIs describe both psychological and physical targeting similar to torture. It seems logical to surmise
that the successful psychological theories of “no touch” torture would cross over to more technically
based remote, advanced mind control programs. This becomes a significant step forward in
understanding the mind control issue. The mind control allegations are “the secret in plain sight.”

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XVII. Conclusions: what everyone can agree on
Hard questions need to be asked of the experts. Who now controls the neuroscience weapons
research and how advanced is it? As a result of U.S. secrecy, an educated guess is all that is possible.
The public deployment of advanced remote neuroscience weapons will be a world changing event,
affecting the lives of this generation and the next. The weapons involve national security, science,
history, U.S. politics and geopolitics. Most importantly the weapons encompass human nature, good
and evil and suffering. Most people are in agreement about one fact: unlike the atomic bomb, there
has been a total lack of public input for neuroscience weapons and policy even though the research
began in the 1950s and is still classified. Again, this raises more questions than it answers.
This article will be published in March 2008. See www.huntergatheress.com A special thank you to editor, Joan D’Arc for
her encouragement and suggestions.

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Bipolar disorder
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bipolar disorder, also known as bipolar affective disorder or manic depression, is a mental disorder characterized by periods of elevated mood and periods
of depression.[1][2] The elevated mood is significant and is known as mania or hypomania depending on the severity or whether there is psychosis. During mania
an individual feels or acts abnormally happy, energetic, or irritable.[1] They often make poorly thought out decisions with little regard to the consequences. The
need for sleep is usually reduced.[2] During periods of depression there may be crying, poor eye contact with others, and a negative outlook on life.[1] The risk of
suicide among those with the disorder is high at greater than 6% over 20 years, while self harm occurs in 30–40%.[1] Other mental health issues such as anxiety
disorder and substance use disorder are commonly associated.[1]

Bipolar disorder

The cause is not clearly understood, but both genetic and environmental factors play a role.[1] Many genes of small effect contribute to risk.[1][3] Environmental
factors include long term stress and a history of childhood abuse.[1] It is divided into bipolar I disorder if there is at least one manic episode and bipolar II
disorder if there are at least one hypomanic episode and one major depressive episode. In those with less severe symptoms of a prolonged duration the condition
cyclothymic disorder may be present. If due to drugs or medical problems it is classified separately.[2] Other conditions that may present in a similar manner
include substance use disorder, personality disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and schizophrenia as well as a number of medical conditions.[1]
Treatment commonly includes psychotherapy and medications such as mood stabilizers or antipsychotics. Examples of mood stabilizers that are commonly used
include lithium and anticonvulsants. Treatment in hospital against a person's wishes may be required at times as people may be a risk to themselves or others yet
refuse treatment. Severe behavioral problems may be managed with short term benzodiazepines or antipsychotics. In periods of mania it is recommended that
antidepressants be stopped. If antidepressants are used for periods of depression they should be used with a mood stabilizer. Electroconvulsive therapy may be
helpful in those who do not respond to other treatments. If treatments are stopped it is recommended that this be done slowly. Many people have social,
financial, or work-related problems due to the disorder. These difficulties occur a quarter to a third of the time on average. The risk of death from natural causes
such as heart disease is twice that of the general population. This is due to poor lifestyle choices and the side effects from medications.[1]
About 3% of people in the United States have bipolar disorder at some point in their life.[4] Lower rates of around 1% are found in other countries. The most
common age at which symptoms begin is 25.[1] Rates appear to be similar in males as females.[5] The economic costs of the disorder has been estimated at $45
billion for the United States in 1991.[6] A large proportion of this was related to a higher number of missed work days, estimated at 50 per year.[6] People with
bipolar disorder often face problems with social stigma.[1]

Bipolar disorder is characterized by transitions
between depression and mania
Classification and external resources
Specialty

Psychiatry

ICD-10

F31 (http://apps.who.int/classifications
/icd10/browse/2015/en#/F31)

ICD-9-CM

296.0 (http://www.icd9data.com
/getICD9Code.ashx?icd9=296.0),
296.1 (http://www.icd9data.com
/getICD9Code.ashx?icd9=296.1),

Contents

296.4 (http://www.icd9data.com
/getICD9Code.ashx?icd9=296.4),

1 Signs and symptoms
1.1 Manic episodes
1.2 Hypomanic episodes
1.3 Depressive episodes
1.4 Mixed affective episodes
1.5 Associated features
1.6 Comorbid conditions
2 Causes
2.1 Genetic
2.2 Physiological
2.3 Environmental
2.4 Neurological
2.5 Neuroendocrinological
3 Prevention
4 Diagnosis
4.1 Bipolar spectrum
4.2 Criteria and subtypes
4.3 Differential diagnosis
5 Management
5.1 Psychosocial
5.2 Medication
5.3 Alternative medicine
6 Prognosis
6.1 Functioning
6.2 Recovery and recurrence
6.3 Suicide
7 Epidemiology
8 History
9 Society and culture
10 Specific populations
10.1 Children
10.2 Elderly
11 See also
12 Notes
13 References
14 Further reading
15 External links

296.5 (http://www.icd9data.com
/getICD9Code.ashx?icd9=296.5),
296.6 (http://www.icd9data.com
/getICD9Code.ashx?icd9=296.6),
296.7 (http://www.icd9data.com
/getICD9Code.ashx?icd9=296.7),
296.8 (http://www.icd9data.com
/getICD9Code.ashx?icd9=296.8)
OMIM

125480 (http://omim.org/entry/125480)
309200 (https://omim.org/entry
/309200)

DiseasesDB 7812
(http://www.diseasesdatabase.com
/ddb7812.htm)
MedlinePlus 000926 (http://www.nlm.nih.gov
/medlineplus/ency/article/000926.htm)
eMedicine

med/229 (http://www.emedicine.com
/med/topic229.htm)

Patient UK

Bipolar disorder (http://patient.info
/doctor/bipolar-disorder)

MeSH

D001714 (https://www.nlm.nih.gov
/cgi/mesh/2015/MB_cgi?field=uid&
term=D001714)

Signs and symptoms
Mania is the defining feature of bipolar disorder,[7] and can occur with different levels of severity. With milder levels of mania, known as hypomania, individuals appear energetic, excitable, and may be highly
productive.[8] As mania worsens, individuals begin to exhibit erratic and impulsive behavior, often making poor decisions due to unrealistic ideas about the future, and sleep very little.[8] At the most severe level,
manic individuals can experience very distorted beliefs about the world known as psychosis.[8] A depressive episode commonly follows an episode of mania.[8] The biological mechanisms responsible for switching
from a manic or hypomanic episode to a depressive episode or vice versa remain poorly understood.[9]

Manic episodes
Mania is a distinct period of at least one week of elevated or irritable mood, which can take the form of euphoria, and exhibit three or more of the following behaviors (four if irritable): speak in a rapid,
uninterruptible manner, are easily distracted, have racing thoughts, display an increase in goal-oriented activities or feel agitated, or exhibit behaviors characterized as impulsive or high-risk such as hypersexuality
or excessive money spending.[7] To meet the definition for a manic episode, these behaviors must impair the individual's ability to socialize or work.[7][8] If untreated, a manic episode usually lasts three to six
months.[10]
People with mania may also experience a decreased need for sleep, speak excessively in addition to speaking rapidly, and may have impaired judgment.[8][11] Manic individuals often have issues with substance
abuse due to a combination of thrill-seeking and poor judgment.[12] At more extreme levels, a person in a manic state can experience psychosis, or a break with reality, a state in which thinking is affected along
with mood.[8] They may feel out of control or unstoppable, or as if they have been "chosen" and are on a special mission, or have other grandiose or delusional ideas.[13] Approximately 50% of those with bipolar

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disorder experience delusions or hallucinations.[14] This may lead to violent behaviors and hospitalization in an inpatient psychiatric hospital.[8][11] The severity of manic symptoms can be measured by rating scales
such as the Young Mania Rating Scale.[11][15]
The onset of a manic (or depressive) episode is often foreshadowed by sleep disturbances.[16] Mood changes, psychomotor and appetite changes, and an increase in anxiety can also occur up to three weeks before a
manic episode develops.[17]

Hypomanic episodes
Hypomania is a milder form of mania defined as at least four days of the same criteria as mania,[8] but does not cause a significant decrease in the individual's ability to socialize or work, lacks psychotic features
(i.e., delusions or hallucinations), and does not require psychiatric hospitalization.[7] Overall functioning may actually increase during episodes of hypomania and is thought to serve as a defense mechanism against
depression.[18] Hypomanic episodes rarely progress to true manic episodes.[18] Some hypomanic people show increased creativity[8] while others are irritable or demonstrate poor judgment. Hypomanic people
generally have increased energy and increased activity levels.
Hypomania may feel good to the person who experiences it.[8] Thus, even when family and friends recognize mood swings, the individual will often deny that anything is wrong.[19] What might be called a
"hypomanic event", if not accompanied by depressive episodes, is often not deemed as problematic, unless the mood changes are uncontrollable, volatile or mercurial.[18] Most commonly, symptoms continue for a
few weeks to a few months.[20]

Depressive episodes
Signs and symptoms of the depressive phase of bipolar disorder include persistent feelings of sadness, anxiety, guilt, anger, isolation, or hopelessness;[21] disturbances in sleep and appetite; fatigue and loss of
interest in usually enjoyable activities; problems concentrating; loneliness, self-loathing, apathy or indifference; depersonalization; loss of interest in sexual activity; shyness or social anxiety; irritability, chronic
pain (with or without a known cause); lack of motivation; and morbid suicidal thoughts.[21] In severe cases, the individual may become psychotic, a condition also known as severe bipolar depression with psychotic
features. These symptoms include delusions or, less commonly, hallucinations, which are usually frightening and/or intimidating. A major depressive episode persists for at least two weeks, and may continue for
over six months if left untreated.[22]
The earlier the age of onset, the more likely the first few episodes are to be depressive.[23] Because a bipolar diagnosis requires a manic or hypomanic episode, many patients are initially diagnosed and treated as
having major depression.[24]

Mixed affective episodes
In the context of bipolar disorder, a mixed state is a condition during which symptoms of both mania and depression occur at the same time.[25] Individuals experiencing a mixed state may have manic symptoms
such as grandiose thoughts while at the same time experiencing depressive symptoms such as excessive guilt or feeling suicidal.[25] Mixed states are considered to be high-risk for suicidal behavior since depressive
emotions such as hopelessness are often paired with mood swings or difficulties with impulse control.[25] Anxiety disorder occurs more frequently as a comorbidity in mixed bipolar episodes than in non mixed
bipolar depression or mania.[25] Substance abuse (including alcohol) also follows this trend.[25]

Associated features
Associated features are clinical phenomena that often accompany the disorder but are not part of the diagnostic criteria. In adults with the condition, bipolar disorder is often accompanied by changes in cognitive
processes and abilities. These include reduced attentional and executive capabilities and impaired memory. How the individual processes the world also depends on the phase of the disorder, with differential
characteristics between the manic, hypomanic and depressive states.[17] Some studies have found a significant association between bipolar disorder and creativity.[26] Those with bipolar disorder may have difficulty
in maintaining relationships.[27] There are several common childhood precursors seen in children who later receive a diagnosis of bipolar disorder; these disorders include mood abnormalities, full major depressive
episodes, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).[28]

Comorbid conditions
The diagnosis of bipolar disorder can be complicated by coexisting (comorbid) psychiatric conditions including the following: obsessive-compulsive disorder, substance abuse, eating disorders, attention deficit
hyperactivity disorder, social phobia, premenstrual syndrome (including premenstrual dysphoric disorder), or panic disorder.[12][14][21][29] A careful longitudinal analysis of symptoms and episodes, enriched if
possible by discussions with friends and family members, is crucial to establishing a treatment plan where these comorbidities exist.[30]

Causes
The causes of bipolar disorder likely vary between individuals and the exact mechanism underlying the disorder remains unclear.[31] Genetic influences are believed to account for 60–80% of the risk of developing
the disorder indicating a strong hereditary component.[14] The overall heritability of the bipolar spectrum has been estimated at 0.71.[32] Twin studies have been limited by relatively small sample sizes but have
indicated a substantial genetic contribution, as well as environmental influence. For bipolar disorder type I, the (probandwise) concordance rates in modern studies have been consistently estimated at around 40% in
identical twins (same genes), compared to about 5% in fraternal twins.[7][33] A combination of bipolar I, II and cyclothymia produced concordance rates of 42% vs. 11%, with a relatively lower ratio for bipolar II
that likely reflects heterogeneity. There is overlap with unipolar depression and if this is also counted in the co-twin the concordance with bipolar disorder rises to 67% in monozygotic twins and 19% in
dizygotic.[34] The relatively low concordance between dizygotic twins brought up together suggests that shared family environmental effects are limited, although the ability to detect them has been limited by small
sample sizes.[32]

Genetic
Genetic studies have suggested that many chromosomal regions and candidate genes are related to bipolar disorder susceptibility with each gene exerting a mild to moderate effect.[14] The risk of bipolar disorder is
nearly ten-fold higher in first degree-relatives of those affected with bipolar disorder when compared to the general population; similarly, the risk of major depressive disorder is three times higher in relatives of
those with bipolar disorder when compared to the general population.[7]
Although the first genetic linkage finding for mania was in 1969,[35] the linkage studies have been inconsistent.[7] The largest and most recent genome-wide association study failed to find any particular locus that
exerts a large effect reinforcing the idea that no single gene is responsible for bipolar disorder in most cases.[36]
Findings point strongly to heterogeneity, with different genes being implicated in different families.[37] Robust and replicable genome-wide significant associations showed several common single nucleotide
polymorphisms, including variants within the genes CACNA1C, ODZ4, and NCAN.[14][36]
Advanced paternal age has been linked to a somewhat increased chance of bipolar disorder in offspring, consistent with a hypothesis of increased new genetic mutations.[38]

Physiological
Abnormalities in the structure and/or function of certain brain circuits could underlie bipolar. Meta-analyses of structural MRI studies in bipolar disorder report an increase in the volume of the lateral ventricles,
globus pallidus and increase in the rates of deep white matter hyperintensities.[39][40][41] Functional MRI findings suggest that abnormal modulation between ventral prefrontal and limbic regions, especially the
amygdala, are likely contribute to poor emotional regulation and mood symptoms.[42]
According to the "kindling" hypothesis, when people who are genetically predisposed toward bipolar disorder experience stressful events, the stress threshold at which mood changes occur becomes progressively
lower, until the episodes eventually start (and recur) spontaneously. There is evidence supporting an association between early-life stress and dysfunction of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis (HPA axis)
leading to its over activation, which may play a role in the pathogenesis of bipolar disorder.[43][44]
Other brain components which have been proposed to play a role are the mitochondria[31] and a sodium ATPase pump.[45] Circadian rhythms and melatonin activity also seem to be altered.[46]

Environmental
Evidence suggests that environmental factors play a significant role in the development and course of bipolar disorder, and that individual psychosocial variables may interact with genetic dispositions.[47] There is
fairly consistent evidence from prospective studies that recent life events and interpersonal relationships contribute to the likelihood of onsets and recurrences of bipolar mood episodes, as they do for onsets and
recurrences of unipolar depression.[48] There have been repeated findings that 30–50% of adults diagnosed with bipolar disorder report traumatic/abusive experiences in childhood, which is associated on average

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with earlier onset, a higher rate of suicide attempts, and more co-occurring disorders such as PTSD.[49] The total number of reported stressful events in childhood
is higher in those with an adult diagnosis of bipolar spectrum disorder compared to those without, particularly events stemming from a harsh environment rather
than from the child's own behavior.[50]

Neurological
Less commonly bipolar disorder or a bipolar-like disorder may occur as a result of or in association with a neurological condition or injury. Such conditions and
injuries include (but are not limited to) stroke, traumatic brain injury, HIV infection, multiple sclerosis, porphyria, and rarely temporal lobe epilepsy.[51]

Neuroendocrinological
Dopamine, a known neurotransmitter responsible for mood cycling, has been shown to have increased transmission during the manic phase.[9][52] The dopamine
hypothesis states that the increase in dopamine results in secondary homeostatic down regulation of key systems and receptors such as an increase in dopamine
mediated G protein-coupled receptors. This results in decreased dopamine transmission characteristic of the depressive phase.[9] The depressive phase ends with
homeostatic up regulation potentially restarting the cycle over again.[53]

Brain imaging studies have revealed differences in
the volume of various brain regions between BD
patients and healthy control subjects

Glutamate is significantly increased within the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex during the manic phase of bipolar disorder, and returns to normal levels once the
phase is over.[54] The increase in GABA is possibly caused by a disturbance in early development causing a disturbance of cell migration and the formation of normal lamination, the layering of brain structures
commonly associated with the cerebral cortex.[55]

Prevention
Prevention of bipolar has focused on stress (such as childhood adversity or highly conflictual families) which, although not a diagnostically specific causal agent for bipolar, does place genetically and biologically
vulnerable individuals at risk for a more pernicious course of illness.[56] There has been debate regarding the causal relationship between usage of cannabis and bipolar disorder.[57]

Diagnosis
Bipolar disorder often goes unrecognized and is commonly diagnosed during adolescence or early adulthood.[58] The disorder can be difficult to distinguish from unipolar depression and the mean delay in
diagnosis is 5–10 years after symptoms begin.[59] Diagnosis of bipolar disorder takes several factors into account and considers the self-reported experiences of the symptomatic individual, behavior abnormalities
reported by family members, friends or co-workers, and observable signs of illness as assessed by a psychiatrist, nurse, social worker, clinical psychologist or other health professional. Assessment is usually done
on an outpatient basis; admission to an inpatient facility is considered if there is a risk to oneself or others. The most widely used criteria for diagnosing bipolar disorder are from the American Psychiatric
Association's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, the current version being DSM-IV-TR, and the World Health Organization's International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related
Health Problems, currently the ICD-10. The latter criteria are typically used in Europe and other regions while the DSM criteria are used in the USA and other regions, as well as prevailing in research studies. The
DSM-V, published in 2013, included further and more accurate sub-typing.[60]
An initial assessment may include a physical exam by a physician. Although there are no biological tests that are diagnostic of bipolar disorder,[36] tests may be carried out to exclude medical illnesses with clinical
presentations similar to that of bipolar disorder such as hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism, metabolic disturbance, a chronic disease, or an infection such as HIV or syphilis.[58] An EEG may be used to exclude a
seizure disorder such as epilepsy, and a CT scan of the head may be used to exclude brain lesions.[58] Investigations are not generally repeated for a relapse unless there is a specific medical indication.
Several rating scales for the screening and evaluation of bipolar disorder exist, such as the Bipolar spectrum diagnostic scale.[61] The use of evaluation scales can not substitute a full clinical interview but they serve
to systematize the recollection of symptoms.[61] On the other hand, instruments for the screening of bipolar disorder have low sensitivity and limited diagnostic validity.[61]

Bipolar spectrum
Bipolar spectrum disorders (BSD) include the following four disorders: bipolar I disorder, bipolar II disorder, cyclothymic disorder, and bipolar disorder not otherwise specified.[58] These disorders typically involve
depressive symptoms or episodes that alternate with elevated mood states or with mixed episodes that feature symptoms of both depressive and elevated mood states.[62] The concept of the bipolar spectrum is
similar to that of Emil Kraepelin's original concept of manic depressive illness.[63]
Unipolar hypomania without accompanying depression has been noted in the medical literature.[64] There is speculation as to whether this condition may occur with greater frequency in the general, untreated
population; successful social function of these potentially high-achieving individuals may lead to being labeled as normal, rather than as individuals with substantial dysregulation.

Criteria and subtypes
There is no clear consensus as to how many types of bipolar disorder exist.[65] In DSM-IV-TR and ICD-10, bipolar disorder is conceptualized as a spectrum of disorders occurring on a continuum. The DSM-IV-TR
lists three specific subtypes and one for non-specified:[66][67]
Bipolar I disorder: At least one manic episode is necessary to make the diagnosis;[68] depressive episodes are common in bipolar disorder I, but are unnecessary for the diagnosis.[7]
Bipolar II disorder: No manic episodes, but one or more hypomanic episodes and one or more major depressive episode.[68] Hypomanic episodes do not go to the full extremes of mania (i.e., do not usually
cause severe social or occupational impairment, and are without psychosis), and this can make bipolar II more difficult to diagnose, since the hypomanic episodes may simply appear as a period of
successful high productivity and is reported less frequently than a distressing, crippling depression.
Cyclothymia: A history of hypomanic episodes with periods of depression that do not meet criteria for major depressive episodes.[69] There is a low-grade cycling of mood which appears to the observer as
a personality trait and interferes with functioning.
Bipolar disorder NOS (not otherwise specified): This is a catchall category, diagnosed when the disorder does not fall within a specific subtype.[70] Bipolar NOS can still significantly impair and adversely
affect the quality of life of the patient.
The bipolar I and II categories have specifiers that indicate the presentation and course of the disorder. For example, the "with full interepisode recovery" specifier applies if there was full remission between the two
most recent episodes.[71]
Rapid cycling
Most people who meet criteria for bipolar disorder experience a number of episodes, on average 0.4 to 0.7 per year, lasting three to six months.[72] Rapid cycling, however, is a course specifier that may be applied
to any of the above subtypes. It is defined as having four or more mood disturbance episodes within a one-year span and is found in a significant proportion of individuals with bipolar disorder.[21] These episodes
are separated from each other by a remission (partial or full) for at least two months or a switch in mood polarity (i.e., from a depressive episode to a manic episode or vice versa).[7] The definition of rapid cycling
most frequently cited in the literature (including the DSM) is that of Dunner and Fieve: at least four major depressive, manic, hypomanic or mixed episodes are required to have occurred during a 12-month
period.[73] Ultra-rapid (days) and ultra-ultra rapid or ultradian (within a day) cycling have also been described.[74] The literature examining the pharmacological treatment of rapid cycling is sparse and there is no
clear consensus with respect to its optimal pharmacological management.[75]

Differential diagnosis
There are several other mental disorders with symptoms similar to those seen in bipolar disorder. These disorders include schizophrenia, major depressive disorder,[76] attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
(ADHD), and certain personality disorders, such as borderline personality disorder.[77][78][79]
It has been noted that the bipolar disorder diagnosis is officially characterized in historical terms such that, technically, anyone with a history of (hypo)mania and depression has bipolar disorder whatever their
current or future functioning and vulnerability. This has been described as "an ethical and methodological issue", as it means no one can be considered as being recovered (only "in remission") from bipolar disorder
according to the official criteria. This is considered especially problematic given that brief hypomanic episodes are widespread among people generally and not necessarily associated with dysfunction.[17]

Management
There are a number of pharmacological and psychotherapeutic techniques used to treat bipolar disorder. Individuals may use self-help and pursue recovery.

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Hospitalization may be required especially with the manic episodes present in bipolar I. This can be voluntary or (if mental health legislation allows and varying state-to-state regulations in the USA) involuntary
(called civil or involuntary commitment). Long-term inpatient stays are now less common due to deinstitutionalization, although these can still occur.[80] Following (or in lieu of) a hospital admission, support
services available can include drop-in centers, visits from members of a community mental health team or an Assertive Community Treatment team, supported employment and patient-led support groups, intensive
outpatient programs. These are sometimes referred to as partial-inpatient programs.[81]

Psychosocial
Psychotherapy is aimed at alleviating core symptoms, recognizing episode triggers, reducing negative expressed emotion in relationships, recognizing prodromal symptoms before full-blown recurrence, and,
practicing the factors that lead to maintenance of remission.[82][83][84] Cognitive behavioral therapy, family-focused therapy, and psychoeducation have the most evidence for efficacy in regard to relapse prevention,
while interpersonal and social rhythm therapy and cognitive-behavioral therapy appear the most effective in regard to residual depressive symptoms. Most studies have been based only on bipolar I, however, and
treatment during the acute phase can be a particular challenge.[85] Some clinicians emphasize the need to talk with individuals experiencing mania, to develop a therapeutic alliance in support of recovery.[86]

Medication
A number of medications are used to treat bipolar disorder.[48] The medication with the best evidence is lithium, which is effective in treating acute manic
episodes and preventing relapses; lithium is also an effective treatment for bipolar depression.[87] Lithium reduces the risk of suicide, self-harm, and death in
people with bipolar disorder.[88] It is unclear if ketamine is useful in bipolar as of 2015.[89]
Four anticonvulsants are used in the treatment of bipolar disorder. Carbamazepine effectively treats manic episodes, with some evidence it has greater benefit in
rapid-cycling bipolar disorder, or those with more psychotic symptoms or a more schizoaffective clinical picture. It is less effective in preventing relapse than
lithium or valproate.[90][91] Carbamazepine became a popular treatment option for bipolar in the late 1980s and early 1990s, but was displaced by sodium
valproate in the 1990s. Since then, valproate has become a commonly prescribed treatment, and is effective in treating manic episodes.[92] Lamotrigine has some
efficacy in treating bipolar depression, and this benefit is greatest in more severe depression.[93] It has also been shown to have some benefit in preventing further
episodes, though there are concerns about the studies done, and is of no benefit in rapid cycling disorder.[94] The effectiveness of topiramate is unknown.[95]
Depending on the severity of the case, anticonvulsants may be used in combination with lithium or on their own.[96]
Antipsychotic medications are effective for short-term treatment of bipolar manic episodes and appear to be superior to lithium and anticonvulsants for this
purpose.[48] However, other medications such as lithium are preferred for long-term use.[48] Olanzapine is effective in preventing relapses, although the evidence
is not as solid as for lithium.[97] Antidepressants have not been found to be of any benefit over that found with mood stabilizers.[98]

Lithium carbonate is one of many treatments for
bipolar disorder.

Short courses of benzodiazepines may be used in addition to other medications until mood stabilizing become effective.[99]

Alternative medicine
There is some evidence that the addition of omega 3 fatty acids may have beneficial effects on depressive symptoms, although studies have been scarce and of variable quality.[100]

Prognosis
For many individuals with bipolar disorder a good prognosis results from good treatment, which, in turn, results from an accurate diagnosis. Of the various forms of bipolar disorder, rapid cycling bipolar disorder is
associated with the worst prognosis.[21] Because bipolar disorder can have a high rate of both under-diagnosis and misdiagnosis,[23] it is often difficult for individuals with the condition to receive timely and
competent treatment.
Bipolar disorder can be a severely disabling medical condition. However, many individuals with bipolar disorder can live full and satisfying lives. Quite often, medication is needed to enable this. Persons with
bipolar disorder may have periods of normal or near normal functioning between episodes.[101]

Functioning
Functioning varies over time along a spectrum from good to fair to poor. During periods of major depression or mania (in BPI), functioning was on average poor, with depression being more persistently associated
with disability than mania. Functioning between episodes was on average good – more or less normal. Subthreshold symptoms were generally still substantially impairing, however, except for hypomania (below or
above threshold) which was associated with improved functioning.[102]

Recovery and recurrence
A naturalistic study from first admission for mania or mixed episode (representing the hospitalized and therefore most severe cases) found that 50% achieved syndromal recovery (no longer meeting criteria for the
diagnosis) within six weeks and 98% within two years. Within two years, 72% achieved symptomatic recovery (no symptoms at all) and 43% achieved functional recovery (regaining of prior occupational and
residential status). However, 40% went on to experience a new episode of mania or depression within 2 years of syndromal recovery, and 19% switched phases without recovery.[103]
Symptoms preceding a relapse (prodromal), specially those related to mania, can be reliably identified by people with bipolar disorder.[104] There have been intents to teach patients coping strategies when noticing
such symptoms with encouraging results.[105]

Suicide
Bipolar disorder can cause suicidal ideation that leads to suicidal attempts. Individuals whose bipolar disorder begins with a depressive or mixed affective episode seem to have a poorer prognosis and an increased
risk of suicide.[76] One out of two people with bipolar disorder attempt suicide at least once during their lifetime and many attempts are successfully completed.[14] The annual average suicide rate is 0.4%, which is
10–20 times that of the general population.[106] The standardized mortality ratio from suicide in bipolar disorder is between 18 and 25.[107] The lifetime risk of suicide has been estimated to be as high as 20% in
those with bipolar disorder.[7]

Epidemiology
Bipolar disorder is the sixth leading cause of disability worldwide and has a lifetime prevalence of about 3% in the general population.[4][108] However, a
reanalysis of data from the National Epidemiological Catchment Area survey in the United States suggested that 0.8% of the population experience a manic
episode at least once (the diagnostic threshold for bipolar I) and a further 0.5% have a hypomanic episode (the diagnostic threshold for bipolar II or cyclothymia).
Including sub-threshold diagnostic criteria, such as one or two symptoms over a short time-period, an additional 5.1% of the population, adding up to a total of
6.4%, were classified as having a bipolar spectrum disorder.[109] A more recent analysis of data from a second US National Comorbidity Survey found that 1%
met lifetime prevalence criteria for bipolar I, 1.1% for bipolar II, and 2.4% for subthreshold symptoms.[110]
There are conceptual and methodological limitations and variations in the findings. Prevalence studies of bipolar disorder are typically carried out by lay
interviewers who follow fully structured/fixed interview schemes; responses to single items from such interviews may suffer limited validity. In addition,
diagnoses (and therefore estimates of prevalence) vary depending on whether a categorical or spectrum approach is used. This consideration has led to concerns
about the potential for both underdiagnosis and overdiagnosis.[111]
The incidence of bipolar disorder is similar in men and women[112] as well as across different cultures and ethnic groups. A 2000 study by the World Health
Organization found that prevalence and incidence of bipolar disorder are very similar across the world. Age-standardized prevalence per 100,000 ranged from
421.0 in South Asia to 481.7 in Africa and Europe for men and from 450.3 in Africa and Europe to 491.6 in Oceania for women. However, severity may differ
widely across the globe. Disability-adjusted life year rates, for example, appear to be higher in developing countries, where medical coverage may be poorer and
medication less available.[113] Within the United States, Asian Americans have significantly lower rates than their African and European American
counterparts.[114]

Burden of bipolar disorder around the world:
disability-adjusted life years per
100,000 inhabitants in 2004.
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Late adolescence and early adulthood are peak years for the onset of bipolar disorder.[115][116] One study also found that in 10% of bipolar cases, the onset of
mania had happened after the patient had turned 50.[117]

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History
Variations in moods and energy levels have been observed as part of the human experience since throughout history. The words "melancholia" (an old word for depression)
and "mania" originated in Ancient Greek. The word melancholia is derived from melas/μελας, meaning "black", and chole/χολη, meaning "bile" or "gall",[118] indicative of
the term's origins in pre-Hippocratic humoral theories. Within the humoral theories, mania was viewed as arising from an excess of yellow bile, or a mixture of black and
yellow bile. The linguistic origins of mania, however, are not so clear-cut. Several etymologies are proposed by the Roman physician Caelius Aurelianus, including the
Greek word ania, meaning "to produce great mental anguish", and manos, meaning "relaxed" or "loose", which would contextually approximate to an excessive relaxing of
the mind or soul.[119] There are at least five other candidates, and part of the confusion surrounding the exact etymology of the word mania is its varied usage in the
pre-Hippocratic poetry and mythologies.[119]
In the early 1800s, French psychiatrist Jean-Étienne Dominique Esquirol's lypemania, one of his affective monomanias, was the first elaboration on what was to become
modern depression.[120] The basis of the current conceptualisation of manic–depressive illness can be traced back to the 1850s; on January 31, 1854, Jules Baillarger
described to the French Imperial Academy of Medicine a biphasic mental illness causing recurrent oscillations between mania and depression, which he termed folie à
double forme ("dual-form insanity").[121] Two weeks later, on February 14, 1854, Jean-Pierre Falret presented a description to the Academy on what was essentially the
same disorder, and designated folie circulaire ("circular insanity") by him.[122]
These concepts were developed by the German psychiatrist Emil Kraepelin (1856–1926), who, using Kahlbaum's concept of cyclothymia,[123] categorized and studied the
natural course of untreated bipolar patients. He coined the term manic depressive psychosis, after noting that periods of acute illness, manic or depressive, were generally
punctuated by relatively symptom-free intervals where the patient was able to function normally.[124]
German psychiatrist Emil Kraepelin
first distinguished between manic–
depressive illness and "dementia
praecox" (now known as
schizophrenia) in the late 19th century

The term "manic–depressive reaction" appeared in the first American Psychiatric Association Diagnostic Manual in 1952, influenced by the legacy of Adolf Meyer.[125]
Subclassifying this into 'unipolar' and 'bipolar' disorder was first proposed by German psychiatrists Karl Kleist and Karl Leonhard in the 1950s and, since the DSM-III,
Major Depressive Disorder has been regarded as a separate condition to Bipolar Disorder. Subtypes of 'Bipolar II' and 'rapid cycling' have been included since the DSM-IV,
based on work from the 1970s by David L. Dunner, Elliot S. Gershon, Frederick K. Goodwin, Ronald R. Fieve and Joseph L. Fleiss.[126][127][128]

Society and culture
There are widespread problems with social stigma, stereotypes, and prejudice against individuals with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder.[129]
Kay Redfield Jamison, a clinical psychologist and Professor of Psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, profiled her own bipolar disorder in her
memoir An Unquiet Mind (1995).[130] In his autobiography Manicdotes: There's Madness in His Method (2008) Chris Joseph describes his struggle between the creative
dynamism which allowed the creation of his multimillion-pound advertising agency Hook Advertising, and the money-squandering dark despair of his bipolar illness.[131]
Several dramatic works have portrayed characters with traits suggestive of the diagnosis that has been the subject of discussion by psychiatrists and film experts alike. A
notable example is Mr. Jones (1993), in which Mr. Jones (Richard Gere) swings from a manic episode into a depressive phase and back again, spending time in a psychiatric
hospital and displaying many of the features of the syndrome.[132] In The Mosquito Coast (1986), Allie Fox (Harrison Ford) displays some features including recklessness,
grandiosity, increased goal-directed activity and mood lability, as well as some paranoia.[133] Psychiatrists have suggested that Willy Loman, the main character in Arthur
Miller's classic play Death of a Salesman, suffers from bipolar disorder,[134] though that specific term for the condition did not exist when the play was written.
TV specials, for example the BBC's Stephen Fry: The Secret Life of the Manic Depressive,[135] MTV's True Life: I'm Bipolar, talk shows, and public radio shows, and the
greater willingness of public figures to discuss their own bipolar disorder, have focused on psychiatric conditions, thereby, raising public awareness.
On April 7, 2009, the nighttime drama 90210 on the CW network, aired a special episode where the character Silver was diagnosed with bipolar disorder.[136] Stacey Slater,
a character from the BBC soap EastEnders, has been diagnosed with the disorder. The storyline was developed as part of the BBC's Headroom campaign.[137] The Channel 4
soap Brookside had earlier featured a story about bipolar disorder when the character Jimmy Corkhill was diagnosed with the condition.[138] 2011 Showtime's political
thriller drama Homeland protagonist Carrie Mathison is bipolar, which she has kept secret since her school days.[139] In April 2014, ABC premiered a medical drama, Black
Box, in which the main character, a world-renowned neuroscientist, is bipolar.[140]

Singer Rosemary Clooney's public
revelation of bipolar disorder in 1977
made her an early celebrity
spokeswoman for mental illness

Specific populations
Children
In the 1920s, Emil Kraepelin noted that manic episodes are rare before puberty.[141] In general, bipolar disorder in children was not recognized in the first half of
the twentieth century. This issue diminished with an increased following of the DSM criteria in the last part of the twentieth century.[141][142]
While in adults the course of bipolar disorder is characterized by discrete episodes of depression and mania with no clear symptomatology between them, in
children and adolescents very fast mood changes or even chronic symptoms are the norm.[143] Pediatric bipolar disorder is commonly characterized by outbursts
of anger, irritability and psychosis, rather than euphoric mania, which is more likely to be seen in adults.[141][143] Early onset bipolar disorder is more likely to
manifest as depression rather than mania or hypomania.[144]
The diagnosis of childhood bipolar disorder is controversial,[143] although it is not under discussion that the typical symptoms of bipolar disorder have negative
consequences for minors suffering them.[141] The debate is mainly centered on whether what is called bipolar disorder in children refers to the same disorder as
when diagnosing adults,[141] and the related question of whether the criteria for diagnosis for adults are useful and accurate when applied to children.[143]
Regarding diagnosis of children, some experts recommend following the DSM criteria.[143] Others believe that these criteria do not correctly separate children
with bipolar disorder from other problems such as ADHD, and emphasize fast mood cycles.[143] Still others argue that what accurately differentiates children with
bipolar disorder is irritability.[143] The practice parameters of the AACAP encourage the first strategy.[141][143] American children and adolescents diagnosed with
bipolar disorder in community hospitals increased 4-fold reaching rates of up to 40% in 10 years around the beginning of the 21st century, while in outpatient
clinics it doubled reaching 6%.[143] Studies using DSM criteria show that up to 1% of youth may have bipolar disorder.[141]

Lithium is the only medication approved by the
FDA for treating mania in children.

Treatment involves medication and psychotherapy.[143] Drug prescription usually consists in mood stabilizers and atypical antipsychotics.[143] Among the former, lithium is the only compound approved by the
FDA for children.[141] Psychological treatment combines normally education on the disease, group therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy.[143] Chronic medication is often needed.[143]
Current research directions for bipolar disorder in children include optimizing treatments, increasing the knowledge of the genetic and neurobiological basis of the pediatric disorder and improving diagnostic
criteria.[143] Some treatment research suggests that psychosocial interventions that involve the family, psychoeducation, and skills building (through therapies such as CBT, DBT, and IPSRT) can benefit in a
pharmocotherapy.[145] Unfortunately, the literature and research on the effects of psychosocial therapy on BPSD is scarce, making it difficult to determine the efficacy of various therapies.[145] The DSM-V has
proposed a new diagnosis which is considered to cover some presentations currently thought of as childhood-onset bipolar.[146]

Elderly
There is a relative lack of knowledge about bipolar disorder in late life. There is evidence that it becomes less prevalent with age but nevertheless accounts for a similar percentage of psychiatric admissions; that
older bipolar patients had first experienced symptoms at a later age; that later onset of mania is associated with more neurologic impairment; that substance abuse is considerably less common in older groups; and
that there is probably a greater degree of variation in presentation and course, for instance individuals may develop new-onset mania associated with vascular changes, or become manic only after recurrent
depressive episodes, or may have been diagnosed with bipolar disorder at an early age and still meet criteria. There is also some weak and not conclusive evidence that mania is less intense and there is a higher
prevalence of mixed episodes, although there may be a reduced response to treatment. Overall, there are likely more similarities than differences from younger adults.[147][148] In the elderly, recognition and
treatment of bipolar disorder may be complicated by the presence of dementia or the side effects of medications being taken for other conditions.[149]

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External links
Bipolar Disorder (https://www.dmoz.org/Health/Mental_Health/Disorders/Mood/Bipolar_Disorder) at DMOZ
Bipolar Disorder overview (http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/publications/bipolar-disorder/complete-index.shtml) from the U.S. National Institute of Mental Health website
NICE Bipolar Disorder clinical guidelines (http://www.nice.org.uk/Guidance/CG38) from the U.K. National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence website
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Paranoid schizophrenia
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Paranoid schizophrenia, also called schizophrenia, paranoid type is a sub-type of schizophrenia as defined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental
Disorders, DSM-IV code 295.30.[1] It is the most common type of schizophrenia.[2][3] Schizophrenia is defined as “a chronic mental illness in which a person loses
touch with reality (psychosis)."[4] Schizophrenia is divided into subtypes based on the “predominant symptomatology at the time of evaluation."[5] The clinical
picture is dominated by relatively stable, often persecutory, delusions, usually accompanied by hallucinations, particularly of the auditory variety (hearing voices),
and perceptual disturbances. These symptoms can have a huge effect on functioning and can negatively affect a person’s quality of life. Paranoid schizophrenia is a
lifelong illness, but with proper treatment, a person suffering from the illness can live a higher quality of life.[4]

Paranoid schizophrenia
Classification and external resources
Specialty

psychiatry

ICD-10

F20.0 (http://apps.who.int
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Although paranoid schizophrenia is defined by those two symptoms, it is also defined by a lack of certain symptoms (negative symptoms). The following
symptoms are not prominent: “disorganized speech, disorganized or catatonic behavior, or flat or inappropriate affect."[5] Those symptoms are present in another
form of schizophrenia, disorganized-type schizophrenia. The criteria for diagnosing paranoid schizophrenia must be present from at least one to six months.[5] This
helps to differentiate schizophrenia from other illnesses, such as bipolar disorder.[5] It also ensures that the illness is chronic and not acute, and will not go away in
time.
Paranoid schizophrenia is defined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th Edition, but it was dropped from the 5th Edition. The
American Psychiatric Association chose to eliminate schizophrenia subtypes because they had “limited diagnostic stability, low reliability, and poor validity."[6]
The symptoms and lack of symptoms that were being used to categorize the different subtypes of schizophrenia were not concrete enough to be able to be
diagnosed. The APA also believed that the subtypes of schizophrenia should be removed because “they did not appear to help with providing better targeted
treatment, or predicting treatment response."[6] Targeted treatment and treatment response vary from patient to patient, depending on his or her symptoms. It is
more beneficial, therefore, to look at the severity of the symptoms when considering treatment options.

/2015/en#/F20.0)
ICD-9-CM 295.3 (http://www.icd9data.com
/getICD9Code.ashx?icd9=295.3)
MeSH

D012563 (https://www.nlm.nih.gov
/cgi/mesh/2015/MB_cgi?field=uid&
term=D012563)

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Symptoms
Diagnosis
Prevention
Treatment
History
See also
References
Further reading
External links

A work of outsider art made by a person with
paranoid schizophrenia.

Symptoms
Paranoid schizophrenia manifests itself in an array of symptoms. Common symptoms for paranoid schizophrenia include auditory hallucinations (hearing voices) and paranoid delusions (believing everyone is out
to cause you harm).[4] However, two of the symptoms separate this form of schizophrenia from other forms.
One criterion for separating paranoid schizophrenia from other types is delusion. A delusion is a belief that is held strong even when the evidence shows otherwise. Some common delusions associated with
paranoid schizophrenia include, “believing that the government is monitoring every move you make, or that a co-worker is poisoning your lunch."[4] In all but rare cases, these beliefs are irrational, and can cause
the person holding them to behave abnormally. Another frequent type of delusion is a delusion of grandeur, or the “fixed, false belief that one possesses superior qualities such as genius, fame, omnipotence, or
wealth."[7] Common ones include, “the belief that you can fly, that you're famous, or that you have a relationship with a famous person."[4]
Another criterion present in patients with paranoid schizophrenia is auditory hallucinations, in which the person hears voices or sounds that are not really present. The patient will sometimes hear multiple voices
and the voices can either be talking to the patient or to one another.[4] These voices that the patient hears can influence them to behave in a particular manner. Researchers at the Mayo Foundation for Medical
Education and Research provide the following description: “They [the voices] may make ongoing criticisms of what you’re thinking or doing, or make cruel comments about your real or imagined faults. Voices
may also command you to do things that can be harmful to yourself or to others."[4] A patient exhibiting these auditory hallucinations may be observed talking to himself because the person believes that the voices
are actually present.
Early diagnosis is important for the successful treatment of schizophrenia.

Diagnosis
The DSM-IV criteria for the diagnosis of schizophrenia require the presence of symptoms for certain periods of time in order to successfully diagnose a person with schizophrenia. A person must exhibit two or
more core symptoms for a minimum of one month, such as delusions, hallucinations, disorganized speech, grossly disorganized or catatonic behavior, or negative symptoms. There also must be significant
impairment for the person at work, with academic performance, interpersonal relationships, and the ability to take care of oneself. These symptoms must continue for a minimum of six months with the first
symptoms continuing for at least one month. Paranoid schizophrenia is differentiated by the presence of hallucinations and delusions involving the perception of persecution or grandiosity in one's beliefs about the
world.
People with paranoid schizophrenia are often more articulate or "normal" seeming than other schizophrenics, such as hebephrenia-afflicted individuals.[8] The diagnosis of paranoid schizophrenia is given with the
presence of bizarre delusions or hallucinations that defy the natural laws of basic logical thought processes, or thought disorders and withdrawal due to these thoughts and delusions.[9] The paranoid subset of
schizophrenia tends to have a better prognosis than other subtypes (hebephrenic and simple in particular) as the intellect and personality are relatively preserved, thus enabling a greater degree of cognitive and
interpersonal functioning.
With the removal of the subtypes of schizophrenia in DSM-V, paranoid schizophrenia will no longer be used as a diagnostic category. If a person is exhibiting symptoms of schizophrenia, including symptoms of
paranoid type, they will simply be diagnosed with schizophrenia and will be treated with antipsychotics based on their individual symptoms.

Prevention
According to the Mayo Clinic, it is best to start receiving treatment for paranoid schizophrenia as early as possible and to maintain the treatment throughout life.[10] Continuing treatment will help keep the serious
symptoms under control and allow the person to lead a more fulfilling life. One cannot reduce the risk of developing paranoid schizophrenia. This illness is typically unpreventable.
It has a strong hereditary component with a first degree parent or sibling. There is some possibility that there are environmental influences including "prenatal exposure to a viral infection, low oxygen levels during
birth (from prolonged labor or premature birth), exposure to a virus during infancy, early parental loss or separation, and physical or sexual abuse in childhood".[11] Eliminating any of these factors could help
reduce an individual's future risk of developing paranoid schizophrenia.

Treatment
Paranoid schizophrenia is a sickness that requires constant treatment and neuroleptics to allow a person to have a relatively stable and normal lifestyle.[12] In order to be successfully treated, a schizophrenic person
should seek help from family or primary care doctors, psychiatrists, psychotherapists, pharmacists, family members, case workers, psychiatric nurses or social workers,[12] provided he or she is not unable to do so,
due to many schizophrenics' inability to accept their condition. The main options that are offered for the treatment of paranoid schizophrenia are the following: neuroleptics, psychotherapy, hospitalization, ECT, and
vocational skills training.[12]
There are many different types of disorders that have similar symptoms to paranoid schizophrenia, and doctors diagnosing patients can sometimes make mistakes. There are tests that psychiatrists perform to try to
get a correct diagnosis. They include "psychiatric evaluation, in which the doctor or psychiatrist will ask a series of questions about the patient's symptoms, psychiatric history, and family history of mental health

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problems; medical history and exam, in which the doctor will ask about one's personal and family health history and will also perform a complete physical examination to check for medical issues that could be
causing or contributing to the problem; laboratory tests in which the doctor will order simple blood and urine tests can rule out other medical causes of symptoms".[11] There are side effects associated with taking
antipsychotics to try to improve the quality of life for those living with paranoid schizophrenia. Neuroleptics can cause high blood pressure and high cholesterol.[12] Many people who take these neuroleptics exhibit
weight gain and have a higher risk of developing diabetes.[12]

History
Since the early 1800s, schizophrenia has been recognized as a psychological disorder. It was first described in 1883, by Emil Kraepelin as dementia praecox, or the premature deterioration of the brain. It was
believed to be untreatable and unstoppable. At this time, very few people were diagnosed with dementia praecox due to the small range of symptoms recognized specifically as signs of this disorder. Years later,
Eugen Bleuler coined the phrase schizophrenia, which literally means "split mind".
Bleuler thought that the disorder caused a person to no longer be able to fully function mentally due to a lack of mental associations between thought, language, emotions, memory and problem solving, due to the
splitting of their mind.[8] Eventually, the broad diagnosis of schizophrenia was narrowed down to a set of specific types of symptoms that were necessary in order to diagnosis the disorder, and was also split into
several different types: paranoid, disorganized, and catatonic (each with their own specific symptoms), along with undifferentiated and residual schizophrenia, which are a combination or very few residual
symptoms of schizophrenia.
During World War II the Nazi party attempted to eradicate schizophrenia by sterilization and killing psychiatric patients.[13]
As of 2013, with the publication of the new DSM-5, the different subtypes of schizophrenia are no longer specified or differentiated from schizophrenia in the manual. Instead, schizophrenia is viewed as one
mental disorder with an array of different symptoms. Treatment for people suffering from schizophrenia is decided upon based on the types of symptoms that are exhibited in each individual case.[14]

See also
Catatonia
Disorganized schizophrenia
Daniel Paul Schreber, a case of "dementia praecox".

References
1. DSM-IV
2. Varcarolis, Elizabeth. "Psychiatric nursing care plans" 2006
3. "Schizophrenia". University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry. Retrieved 2013-06-24.
4. Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research (2013). Paranoid Schizophrenia. Mayo Clinic. Retrieved from http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/paranoid-schizophrenia/DS00862/DSECTION=symptoms
5. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. DSM-IV Criteria for Schizophrenia. DNA Learning Center. Retrieved from http://www.dnalc.org/view/899-DSM-IV-Criteria-for-Schizophrenia.html
6. Grohol, John M. (2013). DSM-V changes: schizophrenia and psychotic disorders. Psych Central. Retrieved from http://pro.psychcentral.com/2013/dsm-5-changes-schizophrenia-psychotic-disorders/004336.html#
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9. Torgersen, S. (2012). Paranoid schizophrenia, paranoid psychoses, and personality disorders. Journal for the Norwegian Medicine Association. New York, NY. 132 (7), 851-852.
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11. Smith, M., Segal J. (2013). Schizophrenia signs, symptoms, and causes. http://www.helpguide.org/mental/schizophrenia_symptom.htm#causes
12. Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research (2013). Paranoid Schizophrenia. Mayo Clinic. Retrieved from http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/paranoid-schizophrenia/DS00862/DSECTION=Treatment
13. Psychiatric Genocide: Nazi Attempts to Eradicate Schizophrenia, Schizophr Bull. 2010 January; 36(1): 26–32. by E. Fuller Torrey and Robert H. Yolken (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2800142/)
14. American Psychiatric Association. (2000). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (4th ed., text revision). Washington, D.C.

Further reading
Case, Jenifer R. & Case, Donn T. Milestones and Avenues: A Story of Loss and Recovery: A biographical account of living with paranoid schizophrenia (2006)
Kraepelin, Emil Paranoidal Forms of Dementia praecox [Paranoid Schizophrenia] (HISTORY OF PSYCHIATRY) (1906)
Miller, Carolyn Straight From the Heart: A Mother Battles Paranoid Schizophrenia, and a Girl Struggles to Grow Up (2006)
Parker, James N. & Parker, Philip M. Paranoid Schizophrenia: A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References (2004)
Podsobinski, Larry (2007). In The Grip of Paranoid Schizophrenia: One Man's Metamorphosis Through Psychosis. Lulu. ISBN 1430322314.
Zucker, Luise J. Ego Structure in Paranoid Schizophrenia: A New Method of Evaluating Projective Material (1958)

External links
Patient UK - Schizophrenia (http://www.patient.co.uk/health/Schizophrenia.htm)
Paranoid Schizophrenia ICD-10 (http://www.schizophrenia.com/szparanoid.htm)
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Delusional disorder
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Delusional disorder is a psychiatric condition in which the patients present with delusions, but with no accompanying prominent hallucinations, thought disorder,
mood disorder, or significant flattening of affect.[1][2] Delusions are a specific symptom of psychosis. Delusions can be bizarre or non-bizarre in content.[2]
Non-bizarre delusions are fixed false beliefs that involve situations that could potentially occur in real life; examples include being followed or poisoned.[3] Apart
from their delusions, people with delusional disorder may continue to socialize and function in a normal manner and their behaviour does not generally seem odd
or bizarre.[4] However, the preoccupation with delusional ideas can be disruptive to their overall lives.[4] For the diagnosis to be made, auditory and visual
hallucinations cannot be prominent, though olfactory or tactile hallucinations related to the content of the delusion may be present.[2]

Delusional disorder
Classification and external resources
Specialty

psychiatry

ICD-10

F22.0 (http://apps.who.int
/classifications/icd10/browse

To be diagnosed with a delusional disorder, the delusion(s) cannot be due to the effects of a drug, medication, or general medical condition, and delusional disorder
cannot be diagnosed in an individual previously properly diagnosed with schizophrenia. A person with delusional disorder may be high functioning in daily life,
and this disorder bears no relation to one's IQ.[5] According to German psychiatrist Emil Kraepelin, patients with delusional disorder remain coherent, sensible and
reasonable.[6] The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) defines six subtypes of the disorder characterized as erotomanic (believes that
someone is in love with them), grandiose (believes that they are the greatest, strongest, fastest, richest, and/or most intelligent person ever), jealous (believes that
the love partner is cheating on them), persecutory (delusions that the person or someone to whom the person is close is being malevolently treated in some way),
somatic (believes that they have a disease or medical condition), and mixed, i.e., having features of more than one subtype.[2] Delusions also occur as symptoms of
many other mental disorders, especially the other psychotic disorders.

/2015/en#/F22.0)
ICD-9-CM 297.1 (http://www.icd9data.com
/getICD9Code.ashx?icd9=297.1)
eMedicine article/292991
(http://emedicine.medscape.com
/article/292991-overview)
MeSH

The DSM-IV, and psychologists, generally agree that personal beliefs should be evaluated with great respect to cultural and religious differences, since some
cultures have widely accepted beliefs that may be considered delusional in other cultures.[7]

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Contents
1 Classification
2 Signs and symptoms
3 Causes
4 Diagnosis
5 Treatment
6 Epidemiology
7 In Popular Culture
8 See also
9 References
10 Further reading

Classification
Diagnosis of a specific type of delusional disorder can sometimes be made based on the content of the delusions. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) enumerates seven types:
Erotomanic type (erotomania): delusion that another person, often a prominent figure, is in love with the individual. The individual may breach the law as he/she tries to obsessively make contact with the
desired person.
Grandiose type: delusion of inflated worth, power, knowledge, identity or believes himself/herself to be a famous person, claiming the actual person is an impostor or an impersonator.
Jealous type: delusion that the individual's sexual partner is unfaithful when it is untrue. The patient may follow the partner, check text messages, emails, phone calls etc. in an attempt to find "evidence" of
the infidelity.
Persecutory type: This delusion is a common subtype. It includes the belief that the person (or someone to whom the person is close) is being malevolently treated in some way. The patient may believe
that he/she has been drugged, spied upon, harassed and so on and may seek "justice" by making police reports, taking court action or even acting violently.
Somatic type: delusions that the person has some physical defect or general medical condition
Mixed type: delusions with characteristics of more than one of the above types but with no one theme predominating.
Unspecified type: delusions that cannot be clearly determined or characterized in any of the categories in the specific types.[8]

Signs and symptoms
The following can indicate a delusion:[9]
1. The patient expresses an idea or belief with unusual persistence or force.
2. That idea appears to have an undue influence on the patient's life, and the way of life is often altered to an inexplicable extent.
3. Despite his/her profound conviction, there is often a quality of secretiveness or suspicion when the patient is questioned about it.
4. The individual tends to be humorless and oversensitive, especially about the belief.
5. There is a quality of centrality: no matter how unlikely it is that these strange things are happening to him, the patient accepts them relatively unquestioningly.
6. An attempt to contradict the belief is likely to arouse an inappropriately strong emotional reaction, often with irritability and hostility.
7. The belief is, at the least, unlikely, and out of keeping with the patient's social, cultural and religious background.
8. The patient is emotionally over-invested in the idea and it overwhelms other elements of their psyche.
9. The delusion, if acted out, often leads to behaviors which are abnormal and/or out of character, although perhaps understandable in the light of the delusional beliefs.
10. Individuals who know the patient observe that the belief and behavior are uncharacteristic and alien.
Additional features of delusional disorder include the following:[9]
1. It is a primary disorder.
2. It is a stable disorder characterized by the presence of delusions to which the patient clings with extraordinary tenacity.
3. The illness is chronic and frequently lifelong.
4. The delusions are logically constructed and internally consistent.
5. The delusions do not interfere with general logical reasoning (although within the delusional system the logic is perverted) and there is usually no general disturbance of behavior. If disturbed behavior does
occur, it is directly related to the delusional beliefs.
6. The individual experiences a heightened sense of self-reference. Events which, to others, are nonsignificant are of enormous significance to him or her, and the atmosphere surrounding the delusions is
highly charged.

Causes
The cause of delusional disorder is unknown,[3] but genetic, biochemical and environmental factors may play a significant role in its development.[10] Some people with delusional disorders may have an imbalance
in neurotransmitters, the chemicals that send and receive messages to the brain.[11] There does seem to be some familial component, and social isolation, immigration (generally for persecutory reasons),[3] drug
abuse, excessive stress,[12] being married, being employed, low socioeconomic status, celibacy among men, and widowhood among women may also be risk factors.[13] Delusional disorder is currently thought to
be on the same spectrum or dimension as schizophrenia, but people with delusional disorder, in general, may have less symptomatology and functional disability.[14]

Diagnosis
Differential diagnosis includes ruling out other causes such as drug-induced conditions, dementia, infections, metabolic disorders, and endocrine disorders.[3] Other psychiatric disorders must then be ruled out. In
delusional disorder, mood symptoms tend to be brief or absent, and unlike schizophrenia, delusions are non-bizarre and hallucinations are minimal or absent.[3]

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Interviews are important tools to obtain information about the patient's life situation and past history to help make a diagnosis. Clinicians generally review earlier medical records to gather a full history. Clinicians
also try to interview the patient's immediate family, as this can be helpful in determining the presence of delusions. The mental status examination is used to assess the patient's current mental condition.[15]
A psychological questionnaire used in the diagnosis of the delusional disorder is the Peters Delusion Inventory (PDI) which focuses on identifying and understanding delusional thinking. However, this
questionnaire is more likely used in research than in clinical practice.[15]
In terms of diagnosing a non-bizarre delusion as a delusion, ample support should be provided through fact checking. In case of non-bizarre delusions, Psych Central[16] notes, "All of these situations could be true
or possible, but the person suffering from this disorder knows them not to be (e.g., through fact-checking, third-person confirmation, etc.). "

Treatment
A challenge in the treatment of delusional disorders is that most patients have limited insight, and do not acknowledge that there is a problem.[3] Most patients are treated as out-patients, although hospitalization
may be required in some cases if there is a risk of harm to self or others.[3] Individual psychotherapy is recommended rather than group psychotherapy, as patients are often quite suspicious and sensitive.[3]
Antipsychotics are not well tested in delusional disorder, but they do not seem to work very well, and often have no effect on the core delusional belief.[3] Antipsychotics may be more useful in managing agitation
that can accompany delusional disorder.[3]
Psychotherapy for patients with delusional disorder can include cognitive therapy which is conducted with the use of empathy. During the process, the therapist can ask hypothetical questions in a form of
therapeutic Socratic questioning.[17] This therapy has been mostly studied in patients with the persecutory type. The combination of pharmacotherapy with cognitive therapy integrates treating the possible
underlying biological problems and decreasing the symptoms with psychotherapy as well. Psychotherapy has been said to be the most useful form of treatment because of the trust formed in a patient and therapist
relationship.[18] The therapist is there for support and must not show any signs implying that the patient is mentally ill.[18]
Supportive therapy has also been shown to be helpful. Its goal is to facilitate treatment adherence and provide education about the illness and its treatment.
Furthermore, providing social skills training has helped many persons. It can promote interpersonal competence as well as confidence and comfort when interacting with those individuals perceived as a threat.[19]
Insight-oriented therapy is rarely indicated or contraindicated; yet there are reports of successful treatment.[19] Its goals are to develop therapeutic alliance, containment of projected feelings of hatred, impotence,
and badness; measured interpretation as well as the development of a sense of creative doubt in the internal perception of the world. The latter requires empathy with the patient's defensive position.[19]

Epidemiology
Delusional disorders are uncommon in psychiatric practice, though this may be an underestimation due to the fact that those afflicted lack insight and thus avoid psychiatric assessment. The prevalence of this
condition stands at about 24 to 30 cases per 100,000 people while 0.7 to 3.0 new cases per 100,000 people are reported every year. Delusional disorder accounts for 1-2% of admissions to inpatient mental health
facilities.[2][20] The incidence of first admissions for delusional disorder is lower, from 0.001-0.003%.[21]
Delusional disorder tends to appear in middle to late adult life, and for the most part first admissions to hospital for delusional disorder occur between age 33 and 55.[3] It is more common in women than men, and
immigrants seem to be at higher risk.[3]

In Popular Culture
In 2010 psychological thriller Shutter Island, directed by Martin Scorsese and starring Leonardo DiCaprio, delusional disorder is accurately portrayed, along with other disorders.[22][23]

See also
Monothematic delusions
Paranoia

References
1. Semple.David."Oxford Hand Book of Psychiatry" Oxford Press. 2005. p 230
2. American Psychiatric Association. (2013). Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, (5th ed.,
text revision). Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
3. Hales E and Yudofsky JA, eds, The American Psychiatric Press Textbook of Psychiatry, Washington, DC:
American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc., 2003
4. Winokur, George."Comprehensive Psychiatry-Delusional Disorder"American Psychiatric Association.
1977. p 513
5. Winokur, G (1977). "Delusional Disorder (Paranoia)". Comprehensive Psychiatry 18 (6): 513.
6. Winokur, G (1977). "Delusional Disorder (Paranoia)". Comprehensive Psychiatry 18 (6): 511–521.
doi:10.1016/s0010-440x(97)90001-8.
7. Shivani Chopra. "Delusional Disorder". eMedicine.
8. http://www.health.am/psy/delusional-disorder Delusional Disorder. Retrieved 7 August 2012
9. Munro, Alistair (1999). Delusional disorder: paranoia and related illnesses. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge
University Press. ISBN 0-521-58180-X.
10. "Causes of Delusional Disorder". Retrieved 2010-08-06.
11. Kay DWK. "Assessment of familial risks in the functional psychoses and their application in genetic
counseling. Br J Pschychiatry." 1978. p385-390
12. Karakus,Gonca."Delusional Parasitosis: Clinical Features, Diagnosis and Treatment"American Psychiatric
Association. 2010.p396

13. Shivani Chopra, MD; Chief Editor; et al. "Delusional Disorder - Epidemiology - Patient demographics".
Retrieved 2013-04-15.
14. Stephan Heckers, Deanna M. Barch, Juan Bustillo, Wolfgang Gaebel, Raquel Gur, Dolores Malaspina,
Michael J. Owen, Susan Schultz, Rajiv Tandon, Ming Tsuang, Jim Van Os, William T. Carpenter. Structure
of the psychotic disorders classification in DSM 5. Schizophrenia Research. 2013.
doi:10.1016/j.schres.2013.04.039 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016%2Fj.schres.2013.04.039). PMID 23707641.
15. "Delusional Disorders:Treatment". Retrieved 2010-08-06.
16. "Delusional Disorder Symptoms". Retrieved 2015-03-04.
17. "Treatments". Retrieved 2010-08-06.
18. Grohol, John. "Delusional Disorder Treatment". Psych Central. Retrieved 24 November 2011.
19. Shivani Chopra, MD; Chief Editor. "Delusional Disorder - Treatment & Management - Psychotherapy".
Medscape reference. Retrieved 2013-04-15.
20. Crowe, R. R., & Roy, M. A. (2008). Delusional disorders. In S. H. Fatemi & P. J. Clayton (Eds.), The
Medical Basis of Psychiatry (pp. 125-131). New York, USA: Humana Press.
21. "Demography of paranoid psychosis (delusional disorder): a review and comparison with schizophrenia and
affective illness.". Arch Gen Psychiatry 39 (8): 890–902. Aug 1982.
doi:10.1001/archpsyc.1982.04290080012003. PMID 7103678.
22. https://shutterislandpsychproject.wordpress.com/2012/02/23/psychology-in-the-media-shutter-island-part-i/
23. http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/opus/issues/2010/spring/shutter_island

Further reading
Munro, A. (1999) Delusional Disorder: Paranoia and Related Illnesses. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-58180-X.
Sims, A. (1995) Symptoms in the mind: An introduction to descriptive psychopathology. Edinburgh: Elsevier Science Ltd. ISBN 0-7020-2627-1.
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STATEMENT OF FACT re Lancaster City Police Department
v. CATERBONE FAMILY
1. 1904 – According to a LANCASTER NEW ERA (recovered by Microfiche at the Lancaster
County Public Library) published news article:

1. FIRES IN CITY AND COUNTY A HOUSE DAMAGED AND BARN BURNED An
Italian Boarding Establishment Gutted on Monday Night-The Barn on J.M.E.
Rudys Farm Destroyed Monday Night
“Quite a stubborn fire occurred on Monday night shortly after 10 o'clock at No. 119
Beaver street, a two-sided & half story frame building occupied by Joseph Catrabone
(CATERBONE-MY GREAT GREAT GRANDFATHER), an Italian who keeps a boarding
house for his fellow countrymen, most of them being street musicians. Most of the
boarders were in bed when the alarm of the fire was raised outside and Catty and a
couple of his compatriots were greatly excited upon learning that the rear end of
their establishment was in flames. Everybody in the place was aroused, but the
excitable Italians were not in condition to do anything but rush about, jabbering and
making confusion worse confounded. Word of the fire was sent to Fire Chief
Vondermuth at No. 5 engine house and he hurried to the scene of the fire, after
sending orders to the other companies. He took with him the new Clapp & Jones
reserve engine, which proved its merit in service, sending a heave stream and with
such force as to require three men to hand the nozzle. The fire at Catrabone's had
worked it's between the partitions and was hard to get at and the Chief kept his
men there until after midnight, before he was satisfied the fire was slumbering
between partitions. The building was badly damaged by the fire and water. The
building is owned by Frances Frailey, and her loss will be about $500. Catrabone lost
considerable furniture and his boarders a great of their effects, one of the being
minus the monkey. The poor fellow, the Italian, not the ******, went about
afterwords-bewildering the loss of “de monk”, which doubtless perished in
the fire. After the fire fifteen of Catty's boarders were sheltered at the police
station for the night and they had enough ***** with them to fill out an immigrant
train for a trip across the plains. The fire is supposed to have been of I
incendiary origin. While at the fire driver Edward Samoon, of No. 4 house carriage
had his left foot so badly trampled and out by his horse that Dr. Boiendies had to
put four stitches in the wound. He will be laid up for some time.”

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2. My father (Samuel P. Caterbone, Jr.) graduated form Lancaster Catholic High School with
honor society grades, secretary or treasurer of his class, outstanding basketball player, and
he even played a musical instrument. I have original records.
3. In 1943, in Lancaster Newspaper Article, my father graduated from the Naval Air Gunners
School with Honors in Florida. It's training manual, which I have, describes the Air
Gunners as the most psychically and mentally fit servicemen in the U.S. Armed Forces with
double the pay compared to other servicemen.
4. In the 1960's my father went through a rigorous series of involuntary psychiatric
commitments and electro shock therapies initiated by the Lancaster City Police
Department; with stays at Embryville Psychiatric Hospital.
5. During the 1960's my father traveled the world including Hong Kong, Lebanon, Lisbon,
Mexico, Egypt, etc. while still operating Sam Caterbone Cleaners.
6. The Dry Cleaning Association of America awarded my father a Certificate of Recognition for
inventing a filtration system for the Dry Cleaning Industry.
7. In 1972 The Lancaster City Police arrest my father for forging a $200.00 check from
Sam Caterbone Cleaners, Inc. because the only signatory at that time was his wife,
Yolanda RODA Caterbone.
8. In 1972 the Lancaster City Police arrest my father for stealing $2,000.00 from the
basement of his parents home, Book Road in Lampeter, from Joseph Ricupero, his nephew.
9. At trial my father appears Pro Se and is found guilty of the forgery charge and not quilty of
the theft charge. My father spent some 2 months in prison before being released
on bail and is sentenced to 1 year probation. The $200.00 check was made out to
James Coho, the Lancaster Attorney, with “Divorce Proceedings” written in the
memo.
10.In August of 1973, Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas President Judge Johnstone
ORDERS my father “vacate the vicinity of Lancaster County”. In essence throwing him out
of Lancaster County. He had no other criminal record.
11.In that same year my fathers properties at 1470 Mahniem Pike are transferred to Jack and
Agnes Silverhorne for $140,000.00 Without any attempts to sell the property; no real
estate for sale sign, Just my mother's cousin Valley Palumbo representing both my mother
and Jack Silverthorne in the transaction. I am alleging that the property was worth at least
$500,000. My father owned the Dry Cleaners, plus 4 store fronts, and two houses which
stretched from the fence line at Alcoa to about 40 feet from the Park City Light. My
mother would ask me to sit in on the meetings and I kept asking her why can't we rent the
property rather than Jack Silverthorne – Valley Palumbo had already negotiated the Triple
Net Leases before the settlement ever took place.
12.By the 1960's my father had worked his business and had no debt on 1250 Fremont Street
or his properties on Manhiem Pike.
13.Those incidents left my mother with no income, just the $70,000.00 which made her get a
job at Price Elementary School's cafeteria.
14.My father leaves town and moves to the Bahamas. My mother continues as a low level
Cafeteria Aid, having to start work at 5:30 am while raising me and my 3 younger
brothers.
15.In 1976 I am caring for my mother as she suffers from a clinical depression while attending
to my oldest brother, Sammy, who is trying to cope with his victimization of U.S. Sponsored
Mind Control, specifically the “LSD Experiments” of MK-ULTRA while in the U.S. Air Force,
as he is in seclusion in the Mt. Vernon Motel on route 72 near Manhiem. Later my mother
and Uncle Ben Roda would demand he leave Lancaster and place him on a bus en route to
California.
16.In 1981 while walking to a church in Miami where my brother Steve lives, he finds my
father taking his daily walk. Before that time my father's father and sister have passed,
with no one being able to find his location or contact him.
17.In 1982 my father returns to Lancaster and lives with his mother on Book Road before
being approved for the Low Income apartment at Apartment 309 in the Church Street

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Sammy Caterbone, my brother, also is subjected to Psychiatric Commitments by the Lancaster City Police.

Towers in 1983. My mother immediately files for divorce when my father arrives back in
Lancaster in 1982.
18.Christmas Day of 1984 my oldest brother, Sammy, is murdered in Santa Barbara,
California, verified and confirmed by officials of the County of Santa Barbara to me in my
meeting in a Santa Barbara County Office in August of 2005.
19.In 1987 I am arrested by the Manheim Township Police Department for 4 felonies
and 3 Misdemeanors for essentially stealing my own files out of my own property,
which I had a personal guarantee obligation to the owners, Herb Fisher and Marty
Sponougle, and spent 10 days in prison, 10 days in the St. Joseph Psychiatric Ward only to
have ALL CHARGES DISMISSED IN MARCH OF 1988, WELL AFTER THE
ISC/FERRANTI MERGER WAS COMPLETED IN DECMEMBER OF 1987.
20.April 29, 1996 my youngest brother, Thomas P. Caterbone is found dead in a cottage
in Kill Devil Island, North Carolina.
21.In 2006 I am sent to the LANCASTER COUNTY PRISON for 60 days, (October 30 to
December 28) for absolutely nothing; the director of the Bail Supervision Deparmtment
Lied under OATH and Judge Allison MAILCIOIUSLY reinstated my Bail to SECURED rather
than UNSECURED – and it took my APPEAL filed while incarcerated to finally free
me. My home at 220 Stone Hill Road was purposefully SOLD AT SHERRIF SALE
ON DECMEMBER 20, 2006 WHILE I COULD NOT FILE APPROPRIATE COURT
DOCUMENTS TO THWART THE ILLEGAL SALE BY FULTON BANK.
22.FAST FORWARD TO 2010 AND THE PSYCHIATRIC COMMITMENT BY LANCASTER
CITY POLICE DETECTIVE CLARK BEARINGER....THE JULY 9, 2015 PSYCHIATRIC
COMMITMENT BY LANCASTER CITY POLICE DETECTIVE CLARK BEARINGER...AND
FINALLY THE FEBRUARY 19, 2016 PSYCHIATRIC COMMITMENT BY LANCASTER
CITY POLICE DETECTIVE CLARK BEARINGER.
23.THEN WE HAVE THE INCIDENTS OF 2015 TO TODAY, AUGUST 6, 2016.

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ACTIVE COURT CASES
 J.C. No. 03-16-90005 Office of the Circuit Executive, United States Third Circuit
Court of Appeals - COMPLAINT OF JUDICIALMISCONDUCT OR DISABILITY re 15-3400
and 16-1149
 U.S.C.A. Third Circuit Court of Appeals Case No. 16-1149;15-3400; 16-1001; 07-4474
 U.S. District Court Eastern District of PA Case No. 16-cv-49; 15-03984; 14-02559; 052288; 06-4650, 08-02982
 Pennsylvania Supreme Court Case No. 353 MT 2016; 354 MT 2016; 108 MM 2016
Amicus for Kathleen Kane
 Superior Court of Pennsylvania AMICUS for Kathleen Kane Case No. 1164 EDA 2016;
Case No. 1561 MDA 2015; 1519 MDA 2015
 Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Case No. 08-13373; 15-10167; 06-03349,
CI-06-03401
 U.S. Bankruptcy Court for The Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case No. 16-10157

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, LANCASTER, PA – UPDATE FOR AUGUST 5, 2016 – Since the last
update Case No. 16-cv-49 has been appealed to the U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Case
No. 16-3284. On Wednesday, August 3, 2016 Stan J Caterbone was named a party in the
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Case No. 108 MM 2016 for the Honorable Kathleen Kane in her
attempt at a Kings Bench Ruling. His AMICUS CURIAE BRIEF was filed and on Thursday, August
4, 2016 the COMMONWEALTH filed a “No Answer” letter in reply to the AMICUS BRIEF.
UPDATE: Since the last press release the NOTICE of COMPLAINT to the United States of
America, et.al., has been recorded and docketed in the United States Eastern District Court in
Philadelphia as Case No. 16-cv-4014 and is currently listed under the jurisdiction of the Honorable
Edward G. Smith in Easton, Pennsylvania.
The complaint can
be viewed at:
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On Thursday, July 28, 2016 a COMPLAINT was filed with the OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE in
the Third Circuit Court of Appeals against Judge Smith and other Jurists in Philadelphia for a
host of misconduct allegations. A Motion for Recusal will be filed in the next day or so.
In addition the case outlined below, “Court Rejects Man's Claim That Lancaster County's
Residents Are Torturing Him With Mind Control” in Superior Court has been officially appealed to
the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in Case No. 495 MAL 2016 and is now listed on the permanent
docket in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. That case started in the Lancaster County Court of
Common Pleas as CATERBONE v. The Residents of Lancaster County, et.al.,
Also now listed on the permanent docket in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court is Case No. 496
MAL 2016 in CATERBONE v. The Lancaster City Police, et.al., which is the case involving the
illegal involuntary psychiatric commitment of July 9, 2015 and includes as Defendants Detective
Clark Bearinger of the Lancaster City Police Bureau, staff of the Lancaster General Hospital,
Medical Director Dr. Sylvia Gratz and staff of Fairmount Behavioral Health System of
Philadelphia.
Now listed in the Pennsylvania Superior Court, as of Friday, is Case No. 1219 MDA 2016 in
CATERBONE v. The Lancaster City Bureau of Police. This case is the Preliminary Injunction for
Emergency Relief which was denied by Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Judge Leonard Brown
III.
Most importantly is the recent SHOOTINGS AT POLICE OF LANCASTER COUNTY which is major
headlines the lase few days. The Lancaster County District Attorney, Mr. Craig Stedman is quoted as
saying “The last couple of days in Lancaster County are some of the darkest days we've had
in our justice system, for our police officers, that I can recall”.
Stan J. Caterbone and The Advanced Media Group have been warning and begging the
major stakeholders to settle all disagreements for years and have been warning of this very
same situation to everyone in Lancaster County and through the various courts, and law
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enforcement agencies. Chief Kieth Sadler even refused Formal Mediation Negotiations
through the Lancaster County Human Rights Commission in 2008. Attached is the LNP News
Coverage of the Police Shootings.
In
2009
I
had
the
Largest
Muslim
Brotherhood
On
The
Web,
http://ikhwanscope.net/main/ following me on twitter and visiting my website on
numerous occasions. Two days ago a Russian Contact has followed me on my Twitter
Account. The Twitter Account is in Russian and I have asked them who they are but have
yet to receive a response.
Below is the original PRESS RELEASE Stan J. Caterbone and Advanced Media Group have given a NOTICE of COMPLAINT to the
United States of America, et.al., regarding a Civil Rights Lawsuit which will be filed in Federal
Courts, the Eastern District Court for Pennsylvania in the near future.
On May 11, 2016 the article “Court rejects man's claim that Lancaster County's residents
are torturing him with mind control”By Matt Miller of Pennlive.com, reported the following:
“Rest easy, residents of Lancaster County. The state Superior Court says Stanley
Caterbone can't sue you for stalking him and messing with his mind (They did not dispute
the allegation). A panel of that court deep-sixed Carterbone's case in an opinion Judge Paula
Francisco Ott issued Tuesday. Quite frankly, Ott wrote, Caterbone gave the state judges no firm
explanation of what he was claiming or what sort of remedy he was after. Her court's ruling upholds an
August 2015 decision by county Judge Jeffery D. Wright to dismiss Caterbone's lawsuit as frivolous.
According to Ott, Caterbone, acting as his own lawyer, filed the case in county court against the
"residents of the county of Lancaster, Pennsylvania," seeking an order to halt abuse he claims he was
suffering at their hands. The Lancaster man accused countians of participating in "organized stalking
and/or electronic and mind manipulation torture being committed against him," Ott noted. Also, she
wrote, Caterbone asked the county judge to enlist the local news media in a campaign to inform
countians (Lancaster) to stop mistreating him.”
Since that article the "organized stalking and/or electronic and mind manipulation torture being
committed against him (Stan J. Caterbone)," has escalated in a fevered pitch that can only elicit
one outcome if left without countermeasures – murder, suicide, and or a prolonged deep
psychosis.
After the collection of authentic transcripts from other Targeted Individuals, including NSA
Whistleblower Karen Stewart , (NSA Analyst of 15 years), Army Intelligence Officer Julianne
McKinney; both of whom experience the same symptomology as Stan J. Caterbone, and
expert, advocate, and world renowned lecturer Dr. Nick Begich, Stan J. Caterbone is now prepared to
file the complaint. In 2009 President Barach Obama, Robert Gates (former Secretary of Defense and
former Director of the CIA and the National Security Agency or NSA), and countless others, were all
named in a similar complaint in the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas, case no. CI-08-13373,
CATERBONE v. the Duke Street Business Center, et.al.,. That case is still listed as OPEN in the
Lancaster County Prothonotary Office.
The complaint will be filed under 42 U.S. Code § 1983 - Civil action for deprivation of rights.
In summary the statute reads: Every person who, under color of any statute, ordinance, regulation,
custom, or usage, of any State or Territory or the District of Columbia, subjects, or causes to be
subjected, any citizen of the United States or other person within the jurisdiction thereof to the
deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured by the Constitution and laws, shall be liable
to the party injured in an action at law, suit in equity, or other proper proceeding for redress, except
that in any action brought against a judicial officer for an act or omission taken in such officer’s

judicial capacity, injunctive relief shall not be granted unless a declaratory decree was
violated or declaratory relief was unavailable.
For the purposes of this section, any Act of Congress applicable exclusively to the District of
Columbia shall be considered to be a statute of the District of Columbia.
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Case law involving the following will be cited:

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Federal Sovereign Immunity Harvard Law School Federal Budget Policy Seminar
The Pennsylvania Castle Doctrine
U.S. Intellectual Property Law
RICO - Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act
United States Bill of Rights
The Legal Prohibition Against Torture

The prohibition against torture is firmly embedded in customary international law, international
treaties signed by the United States, and in U.S. law. As the U.S. Department of State has noted, the
"United States has long been a vigorous supporter of the international fight against torture…Every unit
of government at every level within the United States is committed, by law as well as by policy, to the
protection of the individual's life, liberty and physical integrity" [U.S. Department of State, "Initial
Report of the United States of America to the UN Committee Against Torture." Oct 15, 1999. (15 Nov.
2001)]. That commitment should not be abandoned. Indeed, it must be deepened as the world
watches how the U.S. responds to the challenges before it. If the U.S. were to condone torture by
government officials or foreign governments in its fight against terrorism, it would betray its own
principles, laws, and international treaty obligations. It would irreparably weaken its standing to oppose
torture elsewhere in the world. And it would provide a handy excuse to other governments to use
torture to pursue their own national security objectives (The Legal Prohibition Against Torture
https://www.hrw.org/news/2003/03/11/legal-prohibition-against-torture ).

A DRAFT OF THE COMPLAINT CAN BE VIEWED AND DOWNLOADED AT:
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ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
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Registered in Pennsylvania

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ACTIVE COURT CASES
 J.C. No. 03-16-90005 Office of the Circuit Executive, United States Third Circuit Court
of Appeals - COMPLAINT OF JUDICIALMISCONDUCT OR DISABILITY re 15-3400 and 16-1149
 U.S.C.A. Third Circuit Court of Appeals Case No. 16-1149;15-3400; 16-1001; 07-4474
 U.S. District Court Eastern District of PA Case No. 16-cv-49; 15-03984; 14-02559; 052288; 06-4650, 08-02982
 Pennsylvania Supreme Court Case No. 353 MT 2016; 354 MT 2016
 Superior Court of Pennsylvania AMICUS for Kathleen Kane Case No. 1164 EDA 2016; Case
No. 1561 MDA 2015; 1519 MDA 2015
 Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Case No. 08-13373; 15-10167; 06-03349, CI-0603401
 U.S. Bankruptcy Court for The Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case No. 16-10157

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In wake of shootings, Lancaster County police
act to ensure officers make it home safely
each day
 TOM KNAPP | Staff Writer
 August 2, 2016
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Local police, after being targeted in two shootings last week in Lancaster and Columbia,
are taking steps to ensure they remain safe on the job.
“I don’t think there’s any doubt that police officers have to be extra vigilant,” Lancaster County District
Attorney Craig Stedman said Saturday.
The two local incidents are only the latest in a string of shootings targeting police nationally.
“We have constant reminders just how dangerous their jobs are,” Stedman said.
City police were targeted late Wednesday when officers were fired upon after responding to a shooting
near West Filbert and Manor streets. A 13-year-old boy in the area was wounded by the gunfire,
although no officers were hit. A 17-year-old male was taken into custody.
Early Friday morning, two teenagers were arrested for allegedly firing on police in Columbia. Again,
officers were responding to a reported shooting at the time and, in this case, no one was injured.

In both cases, police took suspects into custody without returning fire.
City police Lt. Todd Umstead said the recent shootings here have not had a big impact on police
procedures.
“Actually, after the Dallas police officers were murdered, we did mandate that all officers were to ride in
two-man cars at all time,” he said.
It wasn’t a big change, he said — simply tightening an existing regulation to eliminate the occasional
exception.
“Especially in light of some of the ambush attacks we’ve been seeing nationally,” Umstead said, “the
driver has to concentrate on driving. So having an extra set of eyes and ears is important for the
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officers’ safety.”

City police have an advantage, he added, because additional officers are always close by.

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“It’s a relatively small geographic area, and we have a lot of officers on the street,” he said. “So our
backup is pretty close. It’s not like Montana, where your nearest backup is an hour away.”
Body armor, he noted, is mandatory for all officers on patrol. “That policy has been in effect for a
number of years.”
Umstead said he hesitates to link the two local incidents with incidents nationally where police have
been targeted.
“Any day, any call you go on could potentially be dangerous,” he said. “That’s in the back of any police
officer’s mind, all the time. When it starts happening locally, it certainly adds — I’m not sure if fear is
the right word. Police officers do experience fear, but we’re not afraid. We’ll continue to do our jobs.
“We’re not going to back down,” Umstead added. “We’ll continue to practice safe tactics ... and make
sure we take every step that we can to make sure our officers are safe and everyone goes home at the
end of their shift.”
PHOTOS: Police investigate shooting in Columbia
New Holland police Chief Don Bowers said, because the department doesn’t have enough officers to
double up on all patrols, police now are required to provide backup on all calls.
“For instance, if one officer gets a call that a dog is loose, another officer will respond as well to make
sure it's a legitimate call,” he said.
As vice president of the Lancaster County Police Chiefs Association, Bowers charged the Special
Emergency Response Team to develop training for police officers who are caught in an ambush
situation.
“We want to teach what are the basic tactics, what to do if you are ambushed, because being
ambushed is a whole new thing and it's not something they were trained for,” he said.
Bowers also has mandated that all officers wear body armor since he took the position as chief in 2010.

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“The thing is, you can't wear enough armor to protect against an ambush,” Bowers said. “In New York
City they've gotten ballistic helmets and tactical gear.
“But I'll tell you one thing we're not going to do in the future — we're not going to look like we're going
to war,” he said. “We don't live and work in that kind of community.”

Manor and Filbert Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 7 blocks from my home.

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East Hempfield Township police Chief Stephen Skiles said Monday the department is not changing
tactics in wake of recent shootings.
“We’re just reminding the officers, depending what type of call they are responding to, that they should
have heightened awareness of their surroundings,” he said.
East Hempfield officers typically patrol solo, he said, and they are required to wear body armor on duty.
Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Chief David Steffen said they are employing “best practices”
in protocols and training to ensure the officers’ safety.
However, he declined to comment on specifics, noting it “would be counterproductive” to reveal specific
police safety measures.
Stedman said countywide, police chiefs are talking “about the best way to protect their people. Their
responsibility is to make sure their people come home at the end of their shifts.”
However, he said, he also wouldn’t want to discuss specific measures being taken by police to protect
themselves as it might tip off those who want to harm them.

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“We as a nation are fighting for our soul, the soul of our community and the soul of our country,”
Stedman said.
Police have been targeted repeatedly in recent months, with incidents occurring in Dallas, Baton Rouge
and San Diego, among others.
“Police officers in our country are under attack,” Stedman said. “It’s not just rhetoric any more. We’ve
seen it in other communities, and now it’s here.”
Early in July, state Rep. Frank Burns, a Democrat from Cambria County, said he will propose legislation
classifying crimes committed against law enforcement and corrections officers as hate crimes in
Pennsylvania.

‘Senseless, chilling’: Two Columbia teens charged with trying to kill police officers; bail $2
million each
Two Columbia teenagers used a scoped sniper rifle in an attempt to gun down police officers …
Lancaster County police on heightened alert after recent shooting incidents
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 SUSAN BALDRIGE | Staff Writer
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It was only this past Monday when some police chiefs in Lancaster County were discussing what they
should do, or could do, to prevent their officers from being ambushed and shot.
Recent shootings where police have been targeted in San Diego and Baton Rouge have put
departments here on alert.
That alert was heightened Wednesday when city police were fired upon after responding to a shooting.
Then someone opened fire on Columbia police officers responding to a call early Friday morning.

(MANOR STREET SHOOTINGS AT LANCASTER CITY POLICE (7 BLOCKS FROM 1250 FREMONT
STREET, MY HOME)
It is unclear whether the gunmen in either of the local incidents were specifically targeting police. Both
shootings are still under investigation.
“Chief (Jack) Brommer from Columbia and I were discussing Monday whether we had plans to do
anything differently after the national incidents where police were ambushed,” New Holland police Chief
Don Bowers said Friday afternoon.
Brommer and Bowers spoke on the topic after attending Monday’s monthly meeting of the Lancaster
County Police Chiefs Association’s executive board.

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“This has not been in our lexicon before,” Bowers said. “It’s not something we’ve been trained for.”
He said there is not a greater fear among his officers but a greater awareness to check out a situation.
“We preach all the time, the best defense is if it doesn’t look right, there is probably a good reason,”
Bowers said.
Chief David Steffen of the Northern Lancaster County Police Department said Lancaster County has a
different demographic than other areas of the country and doesn’t believe there is reason for alarm
here.
“One of the inherent risks in our job has always been injury and death,” Steffen said of the danger. “I
don’t know that anything’s changed. I think trends vary from community to community.”
Steffen’s police forces cover Warwick, Penn and Clay townships.
Todd Umstead of the Lancaster police department is also hesitant to connect the two local incidents to
the national ones.
“We’re still investigating who fired the shots,” he said of Wednesday’s incident in Lancaster city. “Did
they intentionally fire at the officers? Obviously they were in their direction, the bullets were whizzing
over their heads.”
But he said it hasn’t made officers more afraid, maybe just more determined.
“We’re not going to back down,” he said. “We’ll continue to practice safe tactics ... and make sure we
take every step that we can to make sure our officers are safe and everyone goes home at the end of
their shift.”
Bowers said he does not want his officers in New Holland caught unprepared for possible violence
against police, but he weighs that against what he knows about the people who live there.
He said he is “blessed” to work in a community where the public is supportive and grateful for their
work.
“I have no doubt that things are changed, but the support from our community has been tremendous
since those incidents. Every day there are thank-you cards and plates of cookies.”
Two males are expected to be charged after shots were fired at police, and residents were warned to
remain in their homes Friday morning in Columbia.
It was the second shooting involving gunfire directed toward police this week. A 13-year-old boy was
wounded and police officers were left scrambling for cover as bullets were fired in their direction
Wednesday night in Lancaster city.
Columbia police initially responded to reports of shots fired in the 100 block of North Seventh Street in
the borough just before 3:30 a.m. Friday. Authorities said a gunman had fired several shots at police.
Although the suspects were taken into custody around 7 a.m., according to witnesses, the Lancaster
County District Attorney's Office announced Friday night charges had yet to be filed.
“We are preparing charges and these individuals will be held accountable for their actions,” spokesman
Brett Hambright said.
Related: Recent incidents of shots at police in Lancaster County
He said officials do not believe anyone else was involved in the Columbia incident.
"We expect the males will be arraigned Saturday morning, when bail will be set," he said.
Hambright said there was no danger to the community and no injuries were reported.

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A press conference is scheduled at 9 Saturday morning at the Columbia Borough police station that will
include statements from District Attorney Craig Stedman and other police personnel.
House searched
As many as 40 police officers and Lancaster County SERT officers searched the area after the shooting.
A resident of 7th Avenue in Columbia took this picture after this morning's
shooting. pic.twitter.com/mgdrW4mKLx
— Dan Nephin (@dannephinlnp) July 29, 2016
Around 7 a.m., police focused on a house at 103 Bethel St., at the corner of Ridge Avenue, according to
several witnesses. The home is located about three blocks from where the shooting was reported.
“I bet there was 25, 30 SWAT guys out there. On roofs. On cars,” said one woman who lives on Bethel
Street and asked to remain anonymous.
"They made me shut my windows and everything," she said. "They told me to get away from my
window."
Police used a bullhorn to yell for people inside to come out, the woman said as she stole glances out
her window.
Police are putting up crime scene tape at 103 Bethel St. pic.twitter.com/yLlGQgAU7M
— Dan Nephin (@dannephinlnp) July 29, 2016
She said she watched as three young men were brought out, handcuffed and taken away by police.
Many area residents declined to give their names, but several said one of the men taken from the
house was related to the homeowner, a woman, and had been watching the house while she was away.
One neighbor said she knew the young man watching the house because he was friends with a younger
relative of hers. She never expected he’d be involved in any trouble with police.
Police were at the 103 Bethel St. home throughout the day and had cordoned it off with yellow police
ribbon around 9:40 a.m.
Residents warned to stay in homes
During the search, police cautioned residents who live between Cherry and Chestnut streets and Sixth
and Ninth streets to stay in their homes. The shelter-in-place order was lifted around 9 a.m.
Deb Culp, who lives on Seventh Avenue, said she didn’t hear gunshots, but heard commotion later
when she awoke to get ready for work.
“I saw green suits marching down the road telling you to get back in the house,” she said of police
officers wearing green uniforms.
Culp, a hospital nursing supervisor, said she called work and told them she’d be late, but ultimately
decided to leave about 6:30 a.m. and was able to travel without a problem.
About a half-dozen residents said they heard sounds they either attributed to thunder, fireworks or
some other cause, only to learn later shots had been fired. Some residents reported hearing nothing,
attributing that to their air conditioners.
Bob Mimnal, who lives around the corner from 103 Bethel St., said he was awoken by four shots, but
thought they were fireworks. Then he said he heard police cars.
Tyler Shank, who lives near 103 Bethel, said he was getting ready to take his girlfriend to work when
he heard police cars, but no gunshots
“I didn’t even know what was going on,” Shank said. “They asked me to go back inside. There were at
least four or five police cars, plus an armored car.”
More shots at police
Friday's shooting was the second this week involving bullets fired in the direction of police officers.
Police in Lancaster city were investigating gunfire Wednesday night when they heard shots and bullets
going over their heads, according to police.
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A 13-year-old boy was found wounded in the area of Filbert Street and Campbell Avenue, police said.
He was taken to the hospital where police said he was expected to be released sometime Thursday.
No one else was hurt.
A 17-year-old boy was arrested and charged with receiving stolen property, possession of a firearm by
a minor and loitering and prowling at night.
He was sent to the Lancaster County Youth Intervention Center.
During their investigation, police discovered several shell casings and a Bersa .380-caliber handgun.
The handgun was reported stolen from North Carolina.
Police continue to investigate that shooting.
(Staff writer Lindsey Blest contributed to this report.)

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'Senseless, chilling’: Two Columbia teens charged
with trying to kill police officers; bail $2 million
each
 TOM KNAPP | Staff Writer

 Updated Jul 30, 2016
Two Columbia teenagers used a scoped sniper rifle in an attempt to gun down police officers in an early
Friday morning shooting in the borough, officials said at a press conference Saturday.
“By the grace of God, we are not having a press conference today about multiple homicides, multiple
deaths of police officers,” Lancaster County District Attorney Craig Stedman said Saturday in Columbia
Borough Council chambers.
“The focus was to kill police officers,” he said. “The last couple of days in Lancaster County are some of
the darkest days we’ve had in our justice system, for our police officers, that I can recall.”

Marquell Robert Rentas, 17, of 244 Walnut St., and Trenton Michael Nace, 18, of 116 Lancaster Ave.,
were arraigned Saturday morning on multiple charges of attempted homicide of a law-enforcement
officer, aggravated assault, assault of a law-enforcement officer and counts of conspiracy to commit
each of those crimes, Stedman said. Both teens were charged as adults.

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“We have two young men who are charged with attempting to kill multiple police officers in the line of
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Lancaster DA Craig Stedman addresses the media during a press conference on Saturday morning in
Columbia.
Patrick Blain | LNP Correspondent
Rentas admitted shooting at officers during the arrest, according to the affidavit. He made it clear,
Stedman said, that his intention was to kill police.
The teens were arraigned Saturday morning before District Judge Stuart Mylin. Bail was set at $2
million each.
If convicted on all first-degree felony counts, Stedman said, each suspect could serve life in prison.
Authorities cautioned residents in parts of downtown Columbia to stay in their homes as dozens of
police officers searched for the gunman Friday morning. No one was reported injured, police said.
Rentas is believed to have been the shooter throughout the incident, which began with a call of shots
fired at about 3:25 a.m. and continued in intermittent bursts until about 4:10, Stedman said. Nace, he
said, was an accomplice, keeping Rentas — his cousin, according to initial reports — supplied with
bullets and collecting empty shell casings.
Police were the target
According to Stedman, the first shots were reported in the first block of Bethel Street in Columbia. It’s
unknown what the target was, he said; it’s possible it was a ruse to lure police to the scene.
Police officers, he said, were the intended victims all along, according to statements made by Rentas
after his arrest.
Officers from other jurisdictions quickly responded to the scene, Stedman said. Initially, he said, police
didn’t know where the shots were coming from.
At no point did police return fire, he said.
But, he said, police in this case, “as they always do, went toward the danger — to help their fellow
officers.”
The two teens were arrested at 103 Bethel St., in a house owned by Rentas’s aunt, after Rentas was
identified by police as a possible suspect, Stedman said.
“They were taken into custody without incident,” he said.
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The Rentas family, he added, cooperated fully with police, even providing officers with a key so they
could gain admission to the house.
Shooting from window
The teens were found in an upstairs bedroom, where Rentas is believed to have been shooting from the
window.
“We’re not 100 percent sure that all the shots were fired from that room,” Stedman said.
It’s possible, he said, that the suspects also fired from within Mount Bethel Cemetery, which is adjacent
to the home where they were arrested.
Five to 10 spent shell casings were recovered from Nace’s pockets and from the floor in the room,
Stedman said.
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The rifle, Stedman said, “appears to be some type of a sniper rifle.” It fires a small caliber
“but extremely high-velocity projectile,” he said, and is considered “extremely
deadly.”
The weapon was owned by Rentas’s aunt, “legally purchased and possessed,” Stedman said. However,
he said, Rentas is not licensed, and he also faces a charge of possession of a firearm by a minor.
Police also found a box for a handgun at the scene, Stedman said. The handgun itself was not
recovered.
Ongoing investigation
Stedman said the facts in the case “are incomplete at this point. It’s definitely an ongoing
investigation.”
There is no indication that anyone besides Rentas and Nace were involved in the shooting, Stedman
said, despite reports Friday that three people were in custody.
He hesitated when asked if the shooting was related in any way to an incident Wednesday night in
which police officers in Lancaster were fired upon.
“There will be more answers” next week, Stedman said.
However, Stedman became visibly agitated while discussing the culture that is making incidents such as
this almost commonplace.
“It’s not just that they’re emboldened to shoot at police officers,” Stedman said. “They feel justified.
Righteous.”
Thin blue line
“We have a country where somebody can just pick up a sniper rifle and open fire at police,” Stedman
said. “We need to do better as a country.”
Although he declined to discuss the “specific triggers” for Rentas and Nace, Stedman said civilization
would collapse without the “thin blue line” of police to protect it.
“We cannot tolerate acts like this,” he said. “Imagine for a day ... that police aren’t going to show up
tomorrow. Imagine what happens in your community. Are you going to go to work? Are you going to
take your kids to school?

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country?”
Everybody, Stedman said, “needs to be outraged at what’s going on in our country, and how we’re
being torn apart. ... It’s unbelievable to me that I have to sit up here as district attorney and make
these sorts of comments.”
Preliminary hearing set
A preliminary hearing for Rentas and Nace is scheduled for 9 a.m. Aug. 12 before District Judge Miles
Bixler.
Rentas, Stedman noted, had failed to appear for at least six juvenile court reviews for prior charges,
and the district attorney complained that there was no warrant issued for his arrest.
Also at the press conference, Columbia Borough police Chief Jack Brommer thanked the “many, many
law enforcement agencies” from Lancaster and York counties that responded to the active shooter
incident.
Besides Columbia, Brommer said, officers were on the scene from Lancaster and York county SERT,
state police, and the West Hempfield Township, Northwest Regional, Manor Township, East Hempfield
Township, Susquehanna Regional, Mount Joy Borough, Manheim Borough, Lancaster city, Manheim
Township and East Cocalico Township police departments.
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Recent incidents of shots at police in Lancaster
County
 TIM BUCKWALTER | Data Journalist
 Jul 29, 2016
 (3)
At least a half-dozen local police officers have been wounded by gunfire in the past 16
years, according to LNP archives.
An unknown number of others have come under fire but escaped unharmed, as was the case in two
episodes in Lancaster and Columbia this week.
Being shot at is relatively rare for local officers, but newspaper files show it has happened throughout
the county over the years.

Officers were wounded in incidents in Lancaster, Lititz, Mount Joy, Earl and East Earl townships.
Here are some of the other situations in which police reportedly were targeted but not struck.
April 2015: A suicidal man in Mount Joy fired two shots from inside his home, but it wasn’t clear if he
was aiming at police who had responded to the scene. The standoff eventually ended peacefully.
March 2007: A Lancaster city man was charged with attempted homicide and other crimes after firing
at police during a chase. He was eventually arrested after holding four people hostage in an apartment.
October 2006: Charles Roberts IV fired once at police during the siege in which he shot and killed five
Amish girls and wounded five others before killing himself in a school in Nickel Mines, southern
Lancaster County.
June 2002: A trio of robbery suspects allegedly fired between 50 and 100 shots at state police who
were pursuing them through southern Lancaster County. Two bullets struck a patrol cruiser, but no
troopers were injured. Police did not return fire.
December 2001: A West Lampeter Township man allegedly fired two shots at police responding to a
domestic incident. He was later taken to a hospital for a psychiatric evaluation.
June 1999: Four uniformed city police officers escaped injury when an unknown attacker fired three or
four gunshots at them and hit a parked cruiser near Arch and Marion streets. Police were looking for
the suspect.
February 1996: An East Cocalico police officer escaped injury when a man fired shots at him during a
late-night traffic stop near Routes 272 and 897.
The officer reportedly had attempted to stop a pickup truck when a subject fired several shots before
fleeing at a high-rate of speed.

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Stan J. Caterbone
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
scaterbone@live.com
717-669-2163

October 10, 2015

Federal Whistleblower
and
Targeted Individual (Victim)
of U.S. Sponsored Mind Control
Executive Summary©
Updated on October 10, 2015

I remain,

Stan J. Caterbone

PRIVILEGED AND CONFIDENTIAL: Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant, and the Advanced Media
Group are victims of U.S. Sponsored Mind Control and has been engaged in litigation in both
Federal and State courts seeking financial remedies and a resolution of his Civil Liberties and
his Constitutional Rights. In 1987 Stan J. Caterbone, while managing the financial firm the he
founded, Financial Management Group, Ltd., Stan J. Caterbone became a Federal Whistleblower
when, as a shareholder, he claimed fraud and misconduct within the international arms dealer
and local start-up International Signal & Control, Plc., Some 4 years later ISC was indicted and
plead guilty to the 3rd largest fraud in U.S. history, some $1 Billion and selling arms to Irag via
South Africa. In June of 2015 Stan J. Caterbone became the Movant in the U.S. District Court
for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania case No. 5:14-cv-02559-PD for the Habeus Corpus
Petition of Lisa Michelle Lambert. The case is now before the U.S. Third Circuit Court of
Appeals, Case No. 15-3400.

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ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP, LTD.,
&
STAN J. CATERBONE
Federal Whistleblower (Federal False Claims Act Violation in 1987 re ISC)
Targeted Individual of U.S. Sponsored Mind Control
and Directed Energy Devices and Weapons

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
copyright 2009

“Ya know what, I am beginning to analyze this War on Terror and am having difficulty understanding
it all. To me the most effective fundamental fight against Extreme Terrorism is to reduce the motive; or the
Hatred Against America. No one seems to talk about that subject. How do we reduce that Hatred Towards
America and the West?
See, from my perspective, my situation is very disturbing. I mean we have the United States Torturing Me, a
U.S. Citizen for no good or valid reason. I have warned EVERYONE about using my situation to feed this
HATRED towards America.
Low and behold a week or so ago I have had several Muslims sign up as Followers to my
www.scribd.com/amgroup01 online webspace, which I use to post documents. The following being the most
prominent IKWAN Scope, "The Largest Muslim Brotherhood's Scope on the Web":
http://ikhwanscope.net/main/
There have also been several Muslim individuals who signed up as followers around the same time, a week
or so ago. They have also signed up as followers on my www.twitter.com/StanCaterbone webspace.
You must understand, I am a VERY Patriotic Person and live a very patriotic life - I believe in the
U.S. Constitution and Our Founding Father's vision for America; I support Our Military and our
Troops; I believe in the Rule of Law; I am a Practicing Catholic, and have been my whole life; I
Believe in the TRUTH; I believe in Right v. Wrong; Good v. Evil; and finally I believe in God. What
do you believe in?”
Posted on the Yahoo Fulton Bank Stock Message Board, January 7, 2010

Date Updated:

October 10, 2015

Date Completed:
Date Initiated:

July 28, 2009
July 8, 2009

Stan J. Caterbone
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UDATE OF SEPTEMBER 27, 2015
In 2015 Stan J. Caterbone and Advanced Media Group had to again return to local,
state, and federal courts. Again the obstruction of due process, the local gang stalking, torture,
trespass, thefts, and the like began in earnest.

From the fabricated Petition for Involuntary

Psychiatric Commitment of April 2010 by Detective Clark Bearinger, until January of 2015, Stan J.
Caterbone and Advanced Media Group had been in seclusion and in a state of rehabilitation and
rest due to the forced medication by Fairmount Behavioral Hospital and Dr. Silvia Gratz.

The

psychotropic drugs reduce your motor skills and put you in an extreme state of confusion.

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coercion by Detective Clark Bearinger.

In May Stan J. Caterbone had again endured the “Attacks” and “Torture” from the
employees of the Lancaster County Courthouse, and the Lancaster County Government Building.
Then soon after the Residents of Lancaster County engaged in a massive Organized Stalking
Campaign. In addition an extreme Computer Hacking Campaign was initiated and executed in
an effort to again SILENCE Stan J. Caterbone and Advanced Media Group.

And Again, the

Lancaster City Police Department took the lead role. As usual Stan J. Caterbone summoned state
and federal authorities for help and assistance, including direct communications with the White
House, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office and
Kathleen Kane, The Pennsylvania State Police, the Pennsylvania General Assembly, several U.S.
Congressmen, and of course the Lancaster County District Attorney's Office.

Since August 1,

2015 the Geek Squad had performed diagnostics and repairs six (6) times due to computer
hacking. On at least 2 occasions the entire hard drive had to be wiped clean and restored.

On June 23, 2015 Stan J. Caterbone was named MOVANT in the 2014 Habeus
Corpus Petition by Lisa Michelle Lambert, Case No. 14:02559 in the U.S. District Court
for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania after filing an Amicus on the case. Judge Paul
Diamond was presiding since it's filing in 2014. However, the Petition was not able to
be granted and the case was stalled on jurisdictional law based on new and compelling
evidence, or lack there of.

The Amicus was filed to cure that deficiency with direct

witness corroboration to the Prosecutorial Misconduct and Innocence of Lisa Michelle
Lambert.

In fact a working theory was filed that suggested that the East Lampeter

Police Department engaged in a strategy of “Entrapment” that lead to the unfortunate
murder in 1991. This, would of course, allow a wrongful death claim to be filed by the
Show family. The case is now before the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, Case No. 153400. There are three (3) questions that the Third Circuit may rule on; whether to free

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Lisa Michelle Lambert, or grant her her Habeus Corpus, and whether to grant Summary
Judgment to Stan J. Caterbone in all civil actions in both state and federal courts.

Two weeks later, on July 9, 2015, Detective Clark Bearinger filed another fabricated
Petition for Involuntary Psychiatric Commitment. And again Stan J. Caterbone endured 7 days in
the Fairmount Behavioral Hospital in Philadelphia.

However, this time there was

no

MANDATORY Treatment Program Ordered by the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas.
So Stan J. Caterbone continued filing in the courts for assistance and resolution. In August, in a
desperate attempt to stop the local torture campaign, another Emergency Injunction was filed in
the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas. On August 6, 2015 Stan J. Caterbone went so far
as to undertake a Professional Polygraph Test administered by Bonnie Lee of Polygraph Solutions
of West Chester, Pennsylvania. The test ended up being 4 grueling hours of torture and a scam of
$600.00.

On July 9th , 2015 a Private Criminal Complaint was filed against Detective Clark Bearinger,
Officer Williams, Officer Binderup, and 2 unidentified patrolman.

The Complaint contained

allegations of torture and abuse at every moment of contact.

The Lancaster City Police

Department were so desperate for retaliation from the Amicus filing in the Lisa Michelle Lambert
case, that they actually broke the door in of 1250 Fremont Street in order to execute the
fabricated 302 petition. The Complaint was denied by the Lancaster County District Attorney on
August 8th . The Complaint is now under a Petition for Review by the Lancaster County Court of
Common Pleas.

On August 17, 2015 another Emergency Injunction for Relief was filed in the Lancaster
County Court of Common Pleas, Case No. 15-06985. The Injunction was heard by Judge Jeffrey
Wright, who dismissed it as frivolous. An appeal, MD 1561, is pending in the Superior Court of
Pennsylvania.

In addition, by September 26, 2015 Stan J. Caterbone had been granted Electronic Filing
Privileges in the local, state, and federal courts. This should alleviate the fraud and abuses of the
U.S. Postal Service and the computer hackers.

In 2015 Stan J. Caterbone identifies a trend that suggests that the Lancaster County
community-at-large was subject to either community targeting or community hypnosis.

The

community targeting theory is supported by experts Jullianne McKinney, Cheryl Welsh, and Dr.
John Hall. The community hypnosis theory is supported by direct personal relationships with the
Amazing Kreskin, Samuel P. Caterbone and Stan J. Caterbone.

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In September of 2015 Stan J. Caterbone begins to digitize a library of approximately 45
audio cassette tapes from his father, Samuel P. Caterbone. The tapes range in date from 1971 to
1996. The tapes prove an identical targeting campaign against both Samuel P. Caterbone and
Stan J. Caterbone.

In addition the tapes confirm that Steven P. Caterbone, brother of Stan J.

Caterbone, was most likely a target dating back to the early 1960's. In addition, the death of
Samuel P. Caterbone on July 20, 2001 was confirmed to be that of murder, not natural causes.

In the early 1990's Dr. Phillip Caterbone, brother, had been solicited by the National
Institute of Health, or NIH in Washington, D.C., for a fellowship to research and catalog a study to
find a genetic marker for depression in the CATERBONE family.

Phil interviewed all living

descendants and relatives of my father, Samuel P. Caterbone, Jr., and took blood samples. I am
alleging that this was a deliberate act to continue the cover story of mental illness to distract and
provide plausible deniability for any linkage to U.S. Sponsored Mind Control.

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HISTORY
In 1987 Stan J. Caterbone went public with allegations of fraud within International Signal
and Control, or ISC as they were commonly referred.

After discussions with ISC and United

Chem Con officials (an ISC/James Guerin straw company), and as a shareholder of record since
1983 of ISC, Stan J. Caterbone had a meeting with an ISC executive on June 23, 1987, which
resulted in a 22 year legal odyssey. The discussions involved a joint venture with his company,
Financial Management Group, Ltd., or FMG, Ltd., but ended in disclosure of his recent public
allegations of fraud. Four years later, ISC founder and chairman James Guerin, and other officials
and companies pleaded guilty to a $1 Billion Dollar Fraud and export violations including the
selling of arms through South Africa to Iraq and Sadaam Hussein.

However, money, power,

influence and public corruption had been used to cover-up the activities and Federal False Claims
Act violations of Stan J. Caterbone for the next eighteen years. There ensued a total blockade of
all United States Courts for all redress and remedy available in accordance with federal, state, and
local laws.

This included recovery of his business interests; intellectual property; real estate;

personal and business real property; his unblemished and impressive reputation; and his most
valuable asset - the ability to produce income. This might be legally referred to as the Right-ToWork under federal statutes.

Notwithstanding, Stan J. Caterbone has never made a bad

investment or developed a business that did not make a profit over the next 22 years.

This

includes two real estate properties that were illegally seized through foreclosure proceedings.

Since 1987 Stan J. Caterbone has been a prisoner and enemy of the state.

ISC was a

Department of Defense (DOD) Contractor and a partner with United States Intelligence Agencies
since it's beginings in the early 1970's. One of it's first contracts was Project X with the National
Security Agency or NSA of Ft. Meade, Maryland.
In summary, the following are facts and part of the public record regarding
SIGNAL & CONTROL OR ISC:

INTERNATIONAL

Once the third (3rd) largest employer in the County of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, with
over 5,000 employees.

James Guerin, founder and CEO was once the largest philanthropist to charitable
organizations in the County of Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

The ISC/Ferranti Scandal was the third (3) largest white-collar fraud within the United
States as of 1992.

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The following are some of the public officials and politicians associated with ISC:
George H.W. Bush, former U.S. President, and Director of the Central Intelligence
Agency (CIA).

Robert Gates, former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and current
Secretary of Defense.

Bobby Ray Inman, former Board of Directors if ISC, former Director of the NSA, and
currently associated and directly involved with Mind Control Research organizations.

Alexander Haig, former U.S. Secretary of State, and ISC lobbyist and Board of
Directors?

Joseph McDade, former Pennsylvania House of Representative and Chair of the
Appropriations Committee who was later investigated for the United Chem Con
scandal.

Carlos Cardoen/Cardoen Industries, a joint venture partner with ISC and arms
merchant for the cluster bomb who eventually sold to Iraq and other Middle Eastern
Countries under U.S. sanctions.

ISC was credited with the design of the cluster bomb, and has patents filed in the U.S.
Patent Office.

In 1987 ISC completed the merger with the 3rd largest defense contractor of Great
Britain, Ferranti International; who paid $1 billion dollars for ISC and all of it's
subsidiaries.

ABC News/Financial Times aired 3 episodes on ABC Nightline with Ted Koppel
regarding the ISC/CIA defense weapons; technologies; and cluster bombs to Iraq
story and lead into the allegations that then nominee for the Director of CIA Robert
Gates was involved with ISC and the selling of arms to Iraq.

ABC News 20/20 aired a story on the ISC/CIA efforts to sell cluster bombs to Saadam
Hussein and Iraq on February 1, 1991 days after the start of the Persian Gulf War I,
with the initial bombing raid destroying a cluster bomb factory built in Iraq by
Carlos Cardoen.

On July 1st and 2nd of 1987 Stan J. Caterbone solicited the legal counsel of Lancaster
Attorney Joseph Roda for counsel regarding, FMG, Ltd., International Signal &
Control (ISC); Commonwealth Bank, etc., and was billed for his services. Joseph
Roda did absolutely nothing but refute Stan J. Caterbone's claims and would not
believe him.

In Clark v. Guerin (CI-1990-0074 Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas),
Lancaster Attorney Joseph Roda represented William Clark, ISC's in-house legal
counsel, and never mentioned any conflict to Stan J. Caterbone in 1987.

In Clark v. Guerin (CI-1990-0074 Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas), James
Guerin deposited $1.75 million dollars into an escrow account at Fulton Bank,
Lancaster, County.

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In Clark v. Guerin (CI-1990-0074 Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas),
Christopher Underhill of Harman, Underhill & Brubaker, represented James
Guerin. In 2005 Christopher Underhill represented the Manheim Township Police
Department (05-cv-2288 U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of
Pennsylvania) CATERBONE v. Lancaster County Prison, et. al.,.

In Clark v. Guerin (CI-1990-0074 Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas),
Philadelphia Attorney Joseph Tate represented James Guerin and ISC, and in 2007
Joseph Tate represented Scooter Libby during his federal prosecution by U.S.
Special Prosecutor Fitzpatrick.

THE MANIFEST OF A COVER-UP
Not only did the allegations of fraud within ISC have to be silenced at a time when merger
negotiations were ongoing with Ferranti, but all of the fraud; extortion; public corruption;
burglaries; civil rights violations; anti-trust and intellectual property right violations; lender
liability torts; false arrests; false imprisonments; as well as other civil and criminal activities had
to be covered up and buried in bureaucratic red tape.
uncovered and discovered to this day.

Information and findings are still being

Contrary to popular belief, up until 1996 a grand jury

investigation into ISC was still ongoing. It is not known whether it has closed or not. All of these
activates constitute a RICO crime due to the pattern and organization of the perpetrators. The
pattern and source of the activities can be traced back to 1987, with subgroups changing over
time, but still engaging in the same practices. The following plan of action was followed in order
to perpetrate the cover-up:

Totally discredit Stan(ley) J. Caterbone and any and all allegations in every way
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Fabricate a history of mental illness.
Fabricate a criminal record.
Attach his character and honesty with rumors and propaganda.
Extort and maintain his net worth to $ zero or load him with debts.
Keep him out of any profession and or occupation when and where possible.
Totally isolate him and disenfranchise him from his friends, colleagues, and family
into a life of solitaire.

Somehow persuade the community of Lancaster County to buy into this plan of
action through money, favors, etc.,

Always keep attorneys and anyone remotely involved with the legal community
away at times when efforts for justice are pursued.

When attempts to enter the U.S. legal system arise, isolate, harass, and extort
any monies and/or possessions of value.

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Change the history of events and the truth.
THE COURTS AND THE UNITED STATES LEGAL SYSTEM
For 18 years, (from 1987 until 2005) it has always been fairly easy to keep these issues
from court dockets and judges.

During these years Stan J. Caterbone had solicited at least

twenty attorneys, some from large firms with national recognition in their respective fields of
specialties. Attorneys from New York City to Santa Barbara and San Diego California were visited
and consulted as well as a group of ex FBI agents who specialized in white collar crime that are
now globally recognized. However, the money and influence of persons and entities that wanted
these issues silence always prevailed. The issues were so complex and convoluted, and involved
such high profile politicians and U.S. agencies, it was far easier to state that there was no case, or
their were no claims that would result in remedy or redress. Between the Republican Party and
the Department of Defense, the CIA and the NSA, there was not an attorney that could not be
influenced. The obstruction of justice and due process in this case is most likely unprecedented in
nature and in malice.

However in 2005 that all changed when Stan J. Caterbone appeared as a pro se litigant
representing himself, without any counsel, in the United States District Court for the Eastern
District of Pennsylvania in CATERBONE v. The Lancaster County Prison, et. al., or case no. 05-cv2288.

This case is still not settled and has been withdrawn by plaintiff Stan J.

Caterbone in October of 2008 after a successful ruling in the U.S. Third Circuit Court of
Appeals (07-4474) in September of 2008. The case will be continued upon the security
of evidence and the cease and desist of obstruction of justice and due process. On May
16, 2005 at the Federal Courthouse in Philadelphia, Stan J. Caterbone filed the case under seal.
One week later in the United States Bankruptcy Court for Eastern Pennsylvania in Reading,
Pennsylvania, again appearing as pro se, Stan J. Caterbone filed a petition for protection under
the Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Code, in case no. 05-23059.

These acts of entering the United States legal system with these issues triggered yet
another round of attempts to keep these cases from the courts and judges - Organized Stalking
with Directed Energy Devices and Weapons, built on a foundation of mental telepathy or total
Mind Control.

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REMOTE VIEWING; ORGANIZED STALKING; DIRECTED ENERGY DEVICES AND
WEAPONS.
Organized stalking and harassment began in 1987 following the public allegations of fraud
within ISC. This organized stalking and harassment was enough to drive an ordinary person to
suicide. As far back as the late 1980's Stan J. Caterbone knew that his mind was being read, or
"remotely viewed". This was verified and confirmed when information only known to him, and
never written, spoken, or typed, was repeated by others. In 1998, while soliciting the counsel of
Philadelphia attorney Christina Rainville, (Rainville represented Lisa Michelle Lambert in the Laurie
Show murder case), someone introduced the term remote viewing through an email. That was
the last time it was an issue until 2005. The term was researched, but that was the extent of the
topic.

Remote Viewers may have attempted to connect in a more direct and continuous way

without success.

In 2005 the U.S. sponsored mind control turned into an all-out assault of mental
telepathy; synthetic telepathy; and pain and torture through the use of directed energy devices
and weapons that usually fire a low frequency electromagnetic energy at the targeted victim.
This assault was no coincidence in that it began simultaneously with the filing of the federal action
in U.S. District Court, or CATERBONE v. Lancaster County Prison, et. al., or 05-cv-2288.

This

assault began after the handlers remotely trained Stan J. Caterbone with mental telepathy. The
main difference opposed to most other victims of this technology is that Stan J. Caterbone is
connected 24/7 with a person who declares that she is Interscope recording artist Sheryl Crow of
Kennett Missouri. Stan J. Caterbone has spent 3 years trying to validate and confirm this person
without success. Most U.S. intelligence agencies refuse to cooperate, and the Federal Bureau of
Investigation and the U.S. Attorney's Office refuse to comment.

See attached documents for

more information.

In 2006 or the beginning of 2007 Stan J. Caterbone began his extensive research into
mental telepathy; mind control technologies; remote viewing; and the CIA mind control program
labeled MK ULTRA and it's subprograms.

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FAMILY HISTORY
If you listen to the propaganda machine and the community of Lancaster County,
Pennsylvania, including professionals, the family history of Stan J. Caterbone goes something like
the following:

Father, Samuel Caterbone, Jr., Schizophrenic who ran out on his family
because of nervous breakdowns while trying to run a small dry cleaning
business.

He traveled the world looking for the Blessed Mother Mary and

Space Aliens. He ended up living in government subsidized housing broke
and with a severe mental illness.

Brother, Samuel A. Caterbone, suffered from the very same illness has his
father, Schizophrenia, who finally killed himself trying to live in California.

Brother, Thomas W. Caterbone, suffered from the very same mental illness as
his brother, Stan J., Bipolar Mood Disorder, who ran a lawn business and
finally committed suicide at an early age.

Stan J. Caterbone, suffered from Bipolar Mood Disorder, or Manic Depression and
had a nervous breakdown in 1987 trying to compete in the financial services
industry. When he has his nervous breakdowns, he always threatens to sue
everyone in court and is deeply paranoid in thinking the whole world is
against him. He always spends all of his money during his fits of mania and
has delusions about his success as a businessman.

The Family History was formulated back in the 1960's when Samuel Caterbone, Jr.,
father of Stan J. Caterbone, became engaged in a black budget mind control program that began
during his service in the United States Navy as a radioman and air gunner.

Samuel Caterbone,

Jr., was most likely a direct product of MK ULTRA or one of it's subprograms. His brother, Samuel
A. Caterbone, was most likely part of the LSD experiments of MK ULTRA. Stan J. Caterbone is
most likely part of a program sponsored by the Department of Defense Agencies, such as DARPA
or the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). The facts of Stan J. Caterbone's intimate discussions
with both his father and brother over the years before they died, the totality of documents that
were preserved in their estate, including service records; letters; official court papers; high school
documents; and the like - all will prove that they were in fact part of MK ULTRA or one of it's
subprograms.

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The following are the facts and the real record of the family history:

Samuel P. Caterbone, Jr., (Father) served in the Navy from 1943 to 1946 and
graduated with honors from Air Gunners School in Jacksonville, Florida. He was an exceptional
student/athlete while attending Lancaster Catholic High School, participating in the band as well
as sports. He was also his senior class secretary/treasurer. After the Navy, he went on to build a
successful dry cleaning business, which he is credited with inventing a filtration system for the
solvents.

He also developed a very good investment in real estate along the Manheim Pike,

owning several properties. By his own writings and from his personal accounts to me, he was
definitely a remote viewer or data miner for some U.S. Agency with telepathic abilities.

His

viewing is documented to have begun back in the early 1970's. He also suffered from organized
stalking, and was considered an enemy and prisoner of the state. Back in the 1960's, he was a
world traveler, this is documented by his passports. Samuel P. Caterbone, Jr., may have been a
covert carrier for someone in intelligence. Samuel P. Caterbone, Jr., had his mental health history
laced with electro shock therapy. Electro Shock Therapy Experiments is another subprogram of
MK ULTRA. In addition, and especially disturbing is his criminal record with the Lancaster City
Police Department and the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas.

In 1973 Samuel P.

Caterbone, Jr. was convicted of forging a 2 checks from the Caterbone Cleaners, Inc., checking
account.

The one check to Joe the Motorists Store at the Manor Shopping Center was never

entered into evidence, it was for a total of $70.00. The other check was made out to Lancaster
Attorney James Coho for $200.00 with "divorce proceedings" written in the memo. This was his
only criminal record. Samuel P. Caterbone, Jr., was sentenced to one year probation by President
Judge William Johnstone.

However, on August 29, 1973 after nine months, Judge Johnstone

wrote an ORDER releasing him from probation and ordering him to "leave the vicinity of the
County of Lancaster, Pennsylvania". The President Judge of Lancaster County Court of Common
Pleas literally threw my father out of Lancaster County for forging 2 checks from his own
corporation. In 1987 I was arrested for stealing my own files from my own company, Financial
Management Group, Ltd., You can research the life of Candy Jones and Kate O'Brien to learn more
on this topic. Samuel Caterbone, Jr., has left enough writings and documentation to know that his
life fits the model for targeted individuals, complete with economic ruin, isolation, disenfranchised
from family and friends, and of course a fabricated mental illness history. You can view most of
his record online.

On or about May 18, 2001 Samuel P. Caterbone Jr., finally received an

inheritance from his mother's (Mary Caterbone) estate.

The check was for some $70,000.00.

The estate was probated in November of 2000. Some two weeks later, on Memorial Day Weekend
of 2001, he had called me to come to New York City to help care for him.

He was in perfect

health until this time. In a matter of six (6) weeks he had succumbed to lung cancer. As per
Julianne McKinney,

former intelligence officer for the U.S. Army and victim activist of U.S.

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about is that of dying of cancer” (paraphrase). There is no doubt now that my father's death was
a murder, not natural.

Samuel A. Caterbone, (Brother) served in the United States Air Force in 1968 to 1970.
In 1991, Stan J. Caterbone accused the United States Government of using his brother, Samuel
A. Caterbone for part of the LSD experiments on mind control, or MK ULTRA. A notarized letter of
October 23, 1991 was sent certified mail to the California Attorney General on the subject matter,
with a return letter from the California Attorney General on January 14, 1992.

By his own

admission before his death, Samuel A. Caterbone disclosed to Stan J. Caterbone of the "bad LSD"
trips while in the Air Force. Since his death of December 25, 1984, Stan J. Caterbone and others
questioned the classification of suicide, and made allegations of foul play that was ultimately
responsible for his death. Finally in a meeting in Santa Barbara, California with the Santa Barbara
Public Guardian's Office, an office admitted that the death was more likely due to foul plan than
suicide.

Samuel A. Caterbone was also an exceptional student and athlete while attending

Lancaster Catholic High School.

After playing varsity football as a sophomore, he had an

unfortunate accident while deer hunting the following November.

While in the woods in

Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, his hunting pants caught fire trying to stay warm.

It left him in the

Lancaster General Hospital for months, going through painful skin grafts and isolation.
hunting accident interrupted his athletic career and scared his legs for life.

The

The Schizophrenia

diagnosis was a combination of LSD flashbacks and organized stalking and harassment.

Thomas P. Caterbone, (Brother) had an unfortunate transaction at Fulton Bank that set
a course of action that resulted in a suicide. Although diagnosed with Bipolar Disease and Manic
Depression -- embezzled and extorted monies were most likely the reason for his suicide in 1996.
Fulton Bank was involved in a fraud that took $72,000 from a real estate settlement closing and
lead to his total financial ruin and collapse in June of 1995. The funds were never recovered and
Fulton Bank is a defendant for a wrongful death claim in the United States District Court for the
Eastern District of Pennsylvania in CATERBONE v. Lancaster County Prison, et. al., 05-cv-2288.
FULTON BANK triggered a severe and lethal death blow to Thomas P. Caterbone, and as of this
day has refused to acknowledge any wrongdoing or remorse. Thomas P. Caterbone was also an
exceptional athlete. Playing for Lancaster Catholic High School, Franklin and Marshall College, the
Harrisburg Patriots, and even the Philadelphia Eagles. Tom also coached football at J.P. McCaskey
and Franklin and Marshall College.

Thomas P. Caterbone had a very successful lawn and

landscaping business before joining forces with John DePatto of United Financial Services and
selling residential mortgages.

John DePatto was the former head of Parent Bank, owned by

James Guerin and ISC. Parent Bank, owned by ISC also foreclosed on 2323 New Danville Pike,
Conestoga, Pennsylvania in 1988, which was owned by Stan J. Caterbone. Thousands of dollars
of equity was extorted in the process, despite still being short sold for a profit to Mr. Keith

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Kirchner, an executive of Lancaster Newspapers and former graduate of Lancaster Catholic High
School.

Stan J. Caterbone is a remote viewer (at least one way in), is telepathic, and a
federal whistleblower with an exceptional entrepreneurial record in spite of all of his adversaries
and their assaults. In spite of the U.S. Sponsored mind control and torture, he has endured and
will prevail. Legally, Stan J. Caterbone has been able to preserve his claims, and progress his
legal challenges and claims through both the federal and state court system appearing pro se,
without the aid or expense of additional legal counsel. Some of his claims and briefs will most
likely be landmark decisions in years to come. Stan J. Caterbone was a 2-Sport MVP at Lancaster
Catholic High School, in both football and track. Stan J. Caterbone never received less than a B
grade in his four years of high school and had an 87+ average. Stan J. Caterbone excelled in
computer technologies, taking his first full term course in 1975, while in high school and
continuing into college at Millersville University, graduating with a degree in business
administration in 1980.

Stan J. Caterbone excelled profoundly at building his companies, first

beginning with Financial Management Group, Ltd., then working with Tony Bongiovi of Power
Station Studios and the "Digital Movie"; then building Advanced Media Group, Ltd..

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years, despite the illegal seizures and foreclosures, Stan J. Caterbone has amassed a portfolio of
impressive real estate deals that have always paid off in profits, no matter how or when they
were sold.

The same was true of his businesses.

Financial Management Group, Ltd., was a

$20,000 dollar investment in 1986 and was still sold for approximately $100,000 two years later,
despite the false arrests and the extortion of most of it's real value and equity.

The mental health history and the criminal records were completely fabricated, and a
close review and investigation into the actual court records and hospital records can prove that in
very short fashion.

There are TWO (2) ways to quickly dispute the Mental Health History and

Record:
One - Review the word "Delusional; delusions; etc.,;

every instance of the word

used by mental health professionals, and the false reports by friends and family were associated
with facts, and matters of the official record, the complete opposite of the meaning of the word
"delusional". And they still exist to this very day.
Two - Review the 3 Fabricated Suicide Allegations of the following dates: August
10(?), 1987 at Burdette Tomlin Hospital (Cape May County New Jersey); February 18th(?), 2005
by Kerry Egan and the Southern Regional Police Department; and July 19, 2009 for the 302
Commitment by the Lancaster City Police Department at Lancaster General Hospital.
The Criminal Record is very similar, since 1987 Stanley J. Caterbone has had 31 false
arrests; formal charges and convictions dismissed prior to court proceedings or won on summary
appeals in the County of Lancaster, Pennsylvania; most of which Stan J. Caterbone appearing as

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pro se (representing himself). These have resulted in civil complaints filed in 2008 in CATERBONE
v. The County of Lancaster, Pennsylvania in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of
Pennsylvania.

THE PUBLIC RECORD
The Public Record is comprised of court filings and exhibits in U.S. Federal Courts;
Pennsylvania State Courts; and the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas. In all some 40,000
pages of documents are now filed and electronically scanned or microfilmed in prothonotary
offices. In addition in both the U.S. Federal Courts and the Lancaster County Court of Common
Pleas there are more than 11 hours of audio recordings; some 3,000 scanned images; and
several video broadcasts of the ISC News broadcasts all stored on a CD-ROM and filed as an
exhibit to some of the law suits filed by Stan J. Caterbone and Advanced Media Group, as
plaintiffs. Stan J. Caterbone has over 100 court docket sheet numbers in federal, state, and local
courts.

There are also Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation records; Department of Welfare
and Lancaster County Assistance Office records; Local Real Estate Tax records; Lancaster County
Tax Assessment records; Social Security Administration Benefits records; Lancaster Catholic High
School transcripts; Millersville University transcripts; all for Stan J. Caterbone, in addition to his
court filings.

For Samuel A. Caterbone, my brother, there are United States Air Force service
records; Lancaster Catholic High School transcripts; Millersville University transcripts; Social
Security Administration records; Santa Barbara County Guardian and Public Defender records;
and papers and documents persevered from his estate.

For Samuel P. Caterbone, my father, there are United States Naval records, Lancaster
Catholic High School transcripts; Social Security Administration records; Lancaster County
Assistance Office records; Local Real Estate Tax records; Lancaster County Tax Assessment
records; Samuel Caterbone Cleaners, Inc., corporate records; Real Estate Deeds and Mortgages;
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas civil and criminal records; and of course papers and
documents persevered from his estate

PUBLIC WEBSITE ADDRESSES OF INTEREST:
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DOCUMENTS ATTACHED FOR REVIEW
** It is important to note that as of this writing, Remote Viewing has recently
been commercialized by corporate America, and certain Fortune 500 companies are
using Remote Viewers as consultants for trend analysis and market forecasts. This is
often the evolution of most technologies born out of the U.S. Department of Defense.
Top Secret experiments and the resulting technological advancements can stay
secretive for so long.

This has recently been used in a NBC story of the Television

drama "Medium" this last season.

On July 9, 2008 I had recorded an AM radio live

broadcast on WHAN Coast to Coast with a guest that was one of the leading Physicist
turned Remote Viewer and expert that testified to this same notion.

Dated: July 28, 2009
Stan J. Caterbone
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scaterbone@live.com
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The following are no longer in service:
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September 7, 2009

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1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603
Derrick Robinson
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Cincinnati, Ohio 45209
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Derrick,
My pleasure. Derrick, I was trying to get group rates at our new Lancaster Convention Center
Marriot Hotel last week, just as a little fact finding mission. I have a theory that I would like to
send your way. I thought it would be very fruitful to bring some TI's together for a conference,
unless you think the exposure would be harmful.
I believe that they try new models for harassment; organized stalking and surveillance on me
here in Lancaster. Remember, Lancaster is now one of the most "Watched Communities" in the
country. "With those cameras, the Safety Coalition will operate and monitor 165 cameras across
Lancaster City — making Lancaster the most watched city of its size in the nation." See article
attached, Watching you: City to add 105 more cameras.
I believe that Lancaster may be ground zero for some of the models of organized stalking and
harassment that we TI's experience and wanted to get some reaction from Lancaster. Some
history on the Lancaster Convention Center. Dale High of High Industries is the lead partner in our
new convention center/hotel. It is first class all the way. Now in the late 1980's I was a joint
venture partner with Dale High in American Helix Technology Company/Advanced Media Group.
American Helix was a cd manufacturer and I and my company Advanced Media Group was the
CD-ROM division of American Helix. I was one of a handful of CD-ROM manufacturers in the
domestic United States back then. Also in 2005 I filed a civil action against the lead hotel, the
Eden Resort Inn, for trying to block the development and building of the Hotel/Convention Center,
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attached.
Now, some history about Lancaster and the intelligence community. Back in the 1980's there were
several defense contractors located in Lancaster, the main being International Signal & Control,
which I, of course, blew the whistle on a billion dollar fraud and arms to Iraq.
Click here for an overview of ISC.
Click here to see the Lancaster Newspapers Archives regarding International Signal & Control, or
ISC.
Click here to view the live video of the WGAL-TV News Broadcast of October 31, 1991 the evening
of the ISC indictments. The U.S. Department of Justice and other U.S. Agencies held a Press
Conference in the Philadelphia Federal Courthouse to announce the indictments and $ Billion
Dollar Fraud.

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Click here for Part 2 of the WGAL-TV 8 Broadcast.
Now politically, Lancaster is and has always been predominately Republican. Lancaster is one of
the oldest cities in the country and our courthouse was one of the first in this country. Lancaster
has one of the oldest fraternities of the Masons. Lancaster and the George W.Bush administration
has a close and very "interesting relationship". George H. Bush had a very close relationship with
ISC, and of course the NSA and CIA all had a very "close" relationship with International Signal &
Control, or ISC. The following are some transcripts for Ted Koppel and ABC News Nightline
regarding ISC and Arms to Iraq and the intelligence community. The transcripts are contained in
my Amicus for Case No. 2006-cv-2160 filed in the Eastern District of Michigan, Southern Division.
Now, Robert Gates, presently the Secretary of the United States Defense Department, and his
relationship to Lancaster. First of all, the attached video is the authentic transcript of Robert
Gates' confirmation hearing in September of 1991 for the Director of the Central Intelligence
Agency (CIA). If you fast forward to approximately 9:00:00 you will see the back and forth
questions from Senator Murkowski to Robert Gates regarding the allegations by several members
of the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence regarding his alleged involvement with ISC
and the Arms deals with Carlos Cardoen and the shipping of cluster bombs through South Africa
and on to Iraq. Of course, he denied all of the allegations.
Robert Gates also has relatives that live in Lancaster County, if fact he attended a wedding here a
few months ago, on May 3, 2009 at St. John Neuman Catholic Church in Manhiem Township,
Lancaster County. His wife has a niece that lives in Manheim Township.
Now, I'll give you the ABC News Nightline May 23, 1991 excerpt regarding ISC and the NSA,
National Security Agency:
"It all started legally, if covertly, back in 1974. That's when the National Security Agency, a supersecret U.S. Intelligence unit asked ISC to help complete project X, a chain of electronic listening
posts based at South Africa's Simonstown Naval Station. South Africa was using these posts to
follow Soviet submarine traffic off of the Cape of Good Hope. To ensure secrecy, ISC and the NSA
made sure shipments could not be tracked back to them. They created a company called Gamma
Systems Associates. In fact, this company was nothing more than a post office box at John F.
Kennedy Airport. Gamma was a cut-out. ... But this sanctioned covert operation was stopped in
1977 when President Carter, a strong opponent of South Africa's apartheid regime, told U.S. firms
to stop any military-related business with Pretoria. But ISC continue shipping electronics, some
civilian, some military, to South Africa. The in the early 1980's, South Africa began to intensify its
efforts at ballistic missile development. For ISC, that was a golden opportunity because on of its
top executives was a man named Clyde Ivey, an American electronics expert who has been the
father of South Africa's missile program. Ivey had extraordinary contacts in the nations defense
structure. Begining in 1984, federal investigators say, senior ISC exeutives, including Ivey, began
regular contacts with CIA officials." You can read the rest. The entire transcript of the May 23,
1991 ABC News/Nightline broadcast.
Now remember, George H. Bush was director of CIA. "He served in this role for 357 days, from
January 30, 1976 to January 20, 1977.[22] The CIA had been rocked by a series of revelations,
including those based on investigations by Senator Frank Church's Committee regarding illegal
and unauthorized activities by the CIA, and Bush was credited with helping to restore the
agency's morale.[23] In his capacity as DCI, Bush gave national security briefings to Jimmy
Carter both as a Presidential candidate and as President-elect, and discussed the possibility of
remaining in that position in a Carter administration[24] but it was not to be," according to
Wikipedia.
Now, lets get to Bobby Ray Inman, former Navy, Director of the National Security Agency (NSA),
former Director of International Signal & Control (ISC), and currently part of the Mind Control
industry. The following appears on the Welcome page of my website:

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"S.A.I.C. involvement in 1993 American Para psychological Association meeting arrangements, via
their 'Cognitive Sciences Laboratory'. Science Applications International Corporation is a big time
defense contractor, has held the largest number of research contracts of any defense contractor.
Bobby Ray Inman (ISC Board of Directors) is on its board of directors, among others."
by John Porter, CIA Program on Mind Control copyright 1996. In 1994, after Bobby Ray Inman
requested to be withdrawn from consideration as Bill Clinton's first Defense Secretary, his critics
speculated that the decision was motivated by a desire to conceal his links to ISC. Inman was a
member of the so-called "shadow board" of the company which was allegedly either negligent or
approved the exports." by Wikipedia on International Signal and Control, (ISC).
Now, lets list the former Navy personnel:
George H. Bush, former President of the United States, former Director of CIA.
James Guerin, President and Founder of International Signal & Control.
Bobby Ray Inman, former Director of the National Security Agency (NSA) and Director of
International Signal & Control, (ISC).
My father, Samuel P. Cateronne, Jr.
His father, Samuel J. Caterbone, Sr.
George Noory, of Coast to Coast Radio (just anecdotal, nothing assumed or alleged).
George W. Bush flew with the Navy.
James Cross
I will Finish later and add more.

Next we get to Jim Guerin's attorney back in 1989 through at least 1992. His name was Joseph
Tate, of Philadelpha. This link will take you to a document regarding Joseph Tate, James Guerin
and Joseph Roda, Esq., of Lancaster, my former attorney who said I fabricated everything back in
1987. The document contains a letter of September 12, 2005 from Special Prosecutor Patrick
Fitzgerald regarding Scooter Libby, Former Vice President Dick Cheney's Chief of Staff. the letter
involves Scooter Libby's Grand Jury Indictment for leaking Covert CIA Operative Valerie Plame
and eventually outing her.
Now in Austin Texas in July of 2005 I was detained by 2 Agents from The Defense Intelligence
Agency. I was merely visiting a Military Museum, that had old and vintage helicopters and
airplanes. near where my brother, Dr. Phillip Caterbone lived. I was visiting on my way to
California. While inside the museum 2 Agents from the Department of Defense Defense
Intelligence Agency escorted me outside to my Honda Oddesey and interrogated me making me
confirm that I was visiting and staying with my brother. They caused a problem for my brother's
Medical Practice by shaking up one of his secretaries. The reviewed my court documents for
CATERBONE v. Lancaster County Prison, et. al., Case No. 2005-cv-0288 filed in the U.S. District
Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. The demanded that I stay off all military bases
before releasing me.
In 2006 I was telepathic with an older NSA executive on many occasions who wanted to meet me
at the Clipper Stadium who told me he wanted to rent a facility in Lancaster for a training
exercise. I told him to to and see Dale High and the High Group for space at the Greenfield
Industrial Park. He said he was retiring and that our discussions were keeping him a few weeks
longer than expected. We had intimate discussions of my history and the Chesapeake Bay Area.
We also discussed Sheryl Crow, and he told me his wife was a fan. I turned him on to her new
album, Wildflower, and he said she liked it. We had to disengage because he was being harassed
by other telepathic assailants.
My former secretary (Susan Bare) at Pflumm Contractors, Inc., where I was controller and was
hired to rescue the company from near bankruptcy in 1993, told me that her husband, Ross Bare,
who grew up just some 10 or so doors from me, worked for the NSA. She disclosed this soon
after I hired her in 1994 or 1995.
I will finish later and add to this allegation. This is a work-in-progress.

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AFFIDAVIT
BE IT ACKNOWLEDGED, that Stanley J. Caterbone, Financial Management Group, Ltd.,
FMG Advisory, and and all affiliates, Pro Financial Group, Ltd., Advanced Media Group, Advanced
Media Group, Ltd., Global Entertainment Group, Ltd., Power Productions I, Radio Science
Laboratories, Ltd., of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, the undersigned deponent, being of legal
age, does hereby depose and say under oath as follows:

I am now convinced that the situation surrounding my litigation and all factors attributed
to my financial and professional demise bore out of the fact that my Father, Samuel P. Caterbone
was a victim of U.S. Sponsored Mind Control, in the truest sense of the words.

The

whistleblowing activities of 1987 either were a coincidence or I was set up in the very beginning
by Pennsylvania State Senator Gibson Armstrong (former stock broker) in 1983 when he solicited
me to purchase the ISC stock. The preceding would have been the perfect cover story for my
demise; that I was involved in a fraud. Following this analysis would lead one to conclude that
the collateral damage from the activities of my financial ruin always left my fellow businesses in
financial ruin, for example Robert Kauffman and Michael Hartlett, partners, and the shareholders
and affiliated professionals of Financial Management Group, Ltd., Tony Bongiovi and Power Station
Studios, Jim and Lynn Cross as Cross Microwave Consultants, Dave Dering, Scott Robertson, and
James Boyer as American Helix/High Industries, Ralph Mazzochi and Gallo Rosa Restaurant;
Pflumm Contractors, Inc., Mike Caterbone's AIM Wholesaler's Business, Dr. Phillip Caterbone, D.O.
And associated Primary Care Practices of Austin, Texas, Sam Lombardo and Ralph Mazzochi as
S.N. Lombardo Associates for Lancaster Avenue Project, Sheryl Crow Singer Songwriter, my
immediate family, friends, and relatives.

Following this analysis would lead one to concur that the legal and financial remedies
would only be reconciled by the above named parties enjoining my civil litigation. This AFFIDAVIT
is to be considered a legal and binding document to accomplish that remedy.

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ILLEGAL NO TRESPASS NOTICES AGAINST
STAN J. CATERBONE AND ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
Violations of Public Accommodations Law re Discrimination
and Anti-Trust Violations with False Statements to Authorities
July 16, 2016
Work-In-Progress

Community Stalking and Organized Libel/Slander Campaign Strategy – Issue a few every
year to support false arrests; false imprisonment; fabricated mental illness history. In addition to
isolate by prohibiting entrance to major entertainment venues with good live music. Prohibit from
defending against the lies and slander in public to a minimum. Also, destroy history of strong
Christian values and church attendance on a weekly basis by keeping away from church. The
Millersville University Graduate Studies No Trespass Notice was accommodated by the denial of
entitled benefits of LETA Job Training Education Course of the Paralegal program at HACC during
the same time period.

1. David Pflumm Properties by David Pflumm – Served by State Constable in June of
2005, original not signed by David Pflumm
2. Eden Resort Inn, by Drew Anthon, Owner – Sent via 1st Class Mail in 2005.
3. Barley Snyder, LLC Lancaster Office, by Shawn Long, Esq., Attorney representing
Fulton Bank in 2006 – Sent via 1st Class Mail
4. Lancaster Newspapers, Inc., by Steve Weaver, Manager in 2006, No Notice,
Corraborated by Jack Buckwalter, Chairman and CEO and George Warner, Atty with Barley
Snyder, LLC, No Formal Notice, allowed to reenter in 2015.
5. Ruby Tuesday, Manor Shopping Center, Lancaster, by Manager and Lancaster City
Police in 2006, No Formal Notice, allowed to reenter in 2015.
6. Alley Kat Restaurant and Bar, Lancaster by Bartender Ms. Santinello, Brett Stabley,
and Lancaster City Police, No formal Notice in 2006
7. Village Nightclub, Lancaster by George in 2008, No Formal Notice
8. Marion Court Restaurant, Lancaster, by Security Personnel, corroborated by Michael
Geesey, in 2008, No Formal Notice, allowed to enter in 2015.
9. Valentinos Cafe, Lancaster, by Jeanine, Bartender,in 2008, corroborated by John
Valentino, Owner, No Formal Notice
10. Brunswick Hotel, Lancaster, by Staff Employees, in 2008, No Formal Notice
11. Lancaster County Library and Duke Street Business Center, by Executive Director in
March of 2009, by 1st Class Mail
12. Anne Bailey's Restaurant and Bar, Lancaster, by Manager in 2009, No Formal Notice
13. Millersville University Graduate Studies and Millersville University, Millersville, by
Lori Austin, Judicial Affairs, via Certified Mail in June of 2009.

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14. TGIF Friday's, Lancaster, by Manager, in January of 2010, No Formal Notice
15. Lucky Dog Restaurant and Bar, Lancaster, by Robert Donnelly, in January of 2010, No
Formal Notice
16. Saint Mary's Catholic Church, Lancaster, by Don Spica, Usher and Lancaster City Police
Department in Feb of 2010, No Formal Notice
17. O'Halloran's Bar, Lancaster, March 25, 2010 by Male Staff Employee. No Formal Notice.
18. Fulton Bank, Fulton Financial Corporation, March 26, 2010 by Susan Follmer, Security
Officer.
19.Lancaster General Hospital, Gary S. Gehman, MD, May 25, 2010, for recording Dr. Brian
Sullivan of Abbeyville Family Health re U.S. Sponsored Mind Control and posting on my
Wordpress Blog.
20.Tobias Frog Restaurant and Bar, August 8, 2015 by Owner of Establishment, reason
was for complaining of harassment and stalking.
21. Millersville University, July 9, 2015, served notice by Millersville University Police
Chief Pete Anders, for negotiating a civil rights complaint with Assistant to the President,
Debra Hoeckler
22.Village Nightclub, July of 20015, by George..........., Owner, tried to enter several times,
with no reason and no written notice.
23.Lucky Dog Bar, August of 2015, met Abby and Keagan Pflumm outside, went inside and
was told by bartender to leave and not come back.
24.Barley Snyder, LLC Lancaster Office, receptionist Ms. Woods refused to let me
communicate with Attorney George Werner, who in 2011 entered appearance in 05-2288
for Fulton Bank in U.S. District Court.
25.Wennerstrom Property Management Company, June 2015, went to complain
regarding harassment, threats, etc., at 1252 Fremont Street and told to leave building.
26.Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, Northwest Office Building, November 23, 2015,
Harrisburg, PA, Delivered COMPLAINT re Bars and Restaurants in Lancaster engaged in
Discrimination, Stalking, Harassment, Assaults, etc., Would not allow access to Legal
Counsel, and female who took complaint would not provide ID.
27.Southeast Medical Facilities and Brightside Church Office, February 2016, Would not
issue pain medication and filed a Private Criminal Complaint with the Lancaster County
District Attorney, no opinion as of yet.
28.Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office in Strawberry Square, Harrisburg, PA – I
arbitrarily received a phone call while delivering a CD-ROM to PA Attorney General Kathleen
Kane re “CORRUPTION OF JUDICIAL, LAW ENFORCEMENT, AND POLITICIANS” of
Pennsylvania.
29.U.S. Federal Facilities per the National Security Agency Interrogation of March 9, 2016
at the NSA Headquarters in Ft. Meade, Maryland. Handcuffed and Interrogated for over an
hour and finally let go and told not to continue on to Washington, D.C. And said I was no
longer permitted to visit any U.S. Federal Facilities.
30.Lancaster Newspapers – In June of 2016 I arbitrarily received an email the day I was
supposed to participate in a “town meeting at LNP” and warned me that I was banned and
had been for years although in the year before I had meetings with editors regarding my
MOVANT standing in the Lisa Michelle Lambert case.
31. TELLUS360, May of 2016, I went to enter on a weekend night and the doorman told me
I could not enter that night without any explanation or reason.
32.Yorgos Restaurant and Bar, The owner, Mrs. Arbitrarily barred me during the month of
March, right before the false imprisonment at the NSA in Ft. Meade, Maryland
33.Annie Baily's Irish Pub, A bartender arbitrarily barred me in July, then they allowed me
in then again a so called “Manager” banned me again. I recorded the last incident.
34.Altana Club, Bar, and Meeting Space – On Thursday, July 14, 2016 Scott, the bartender
arbitrarily banned me, which again I recorded.
35.The Press Room Bar and Restaurant – A bartender arbitrarily barred me, then again on
Thursday July 14, 2016 another bartender banned me, which again I recorded.

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All of the above use the tactics of threats and harassment in order to invoke and provoke a
response worthy of arrest or involuntary psychiatric commitment. When the strategy fails they
resort in illegal verbal no trespass notices by low level employees. In the summer of 2015 a
Lancaster City Police Officer, while parked at the Sunnoco convenience store on the corner of West
Orange and Prince Street informed me that the establishments were required to provide written
notice, or they could not be enforced.
Downtown Lancaster Establishment's that have been endorsing and engaging in
WHOLESALE STALKING, HARASSMENT, AND COLLUSION TO PHYSICAL THREATS OF
VIOLENCE ON A REGULAR BASIS, 2005 to present:










Yorgos Restaurant and Bar
Mariott Bar at Penn Square
Annie Baily's Irish Pub
TELLIUS 360 Irish Pub, Nightclub, and now computer lab
Altana Club, Bar, and Meeting Space
Cigar Bar
O'Hallorans Bar and Restaurant
Lancaster Dispensing Company
The Press Room Bar and Restaurant
The Federal Taphouse
Lancaster City Police Department Headquarters

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PRESS RELEASE
Saturday, July 4, 2015
Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Advanced Media Group and Stan J. Caterbone Proposed ORGANIZED
STALKING AND DIRECTED ENERGY WEAPONS HARASSMENT BILL to Pennsylvania House of
Representative Mike Sturla (Lancaster, Pennsylvania) and City of Lancaster Mayor Richard Gray.
The draft legislation is the work of Missouri House of Representative Jim Guest, who has been
working on helping victims of these horrendous crimes for years. The bill will provide protections to
individuals who are being harassed, stalked, harmed by surveillance, and assaulted; as well as
protections to keep individuals from becoming human research subjects, tortured, and killed by
electronic frequency devices, directed energy devices, implants, and directed energy weapons.
Stan J. Caterbone has been a victim of organized stalking since 1987 and a victim of electronic and
direct energy weapons since 2005. He has also been telepathic since 2005. Stan J. Caterbone will
help introduce measures that also pertain to remote viewing; mental telepathy and synthetic
telepathy in more detail. Personal accounts of his pain and torture are also filed in various United
States federal and state courts.
We are urging you to contact your local representatives and support our efforts to pass this
legislation. Below you will find the listings of Pennsylvania State Representatives.

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Capitol Office
State Capitol
Jefferson City Mo.
573-751-0246

District Office
Second Street
King City Mo.
660-535-6664

May 21, 2009
To Whom It May Concern,

This letter is to ask for your help for the many constituents in our country who are being affected unjustly
by electronic weapons torture and covert harassment groups. Serious privacy rights violation and physical
injuries have been caused by the activities of these groups and their use of so-called non-lethal weapons on
men, women, and even children.
I am asking you to play a role in helping these victims and also stopping the massive movement in the use
of Veri-chip and RFID technologies in tracking Americans.
Long before Veri-chip was known we were testing these devices on Americans, many without their
knowledge or consent.
There are new revelations of the cancer risk besides the privacy and human rights problems with the use of
Veri-chip and RF signals.
I am asking for your help in stopping these abuses and aiding those already affected.

Sincerely,
Rep. Jim Guest

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Organized Stalking and Directed Energy Devices and Weapons Bill

Section 1. Short Title This bill may be cited as the “Organized Stalking and Directed Energy Devices and Weapons
Bill”””
Section 2. Findings and Purpose
A) Findings
1) The constitution guarantees the right of the people to be secure in their person. The Declaration
of Independence asserts as self-evident that all men have certain inalienable rights and that among
these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
2) As Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis wrote in 1928, “the framers of the Constitution sought
"to protect Americans in their beliefs, their thoughts, their emotions, and their sensations." It is for
this reason that they established, as against the government, the right to be let alone as "the most
comprehensive of rights and the right most valued by civilized men.“
3) The first principle of the Nuremberg Code states that with respect to human research, the
voluntary consent of the human subject is absolutely essential. The Nuremberg Code further
asserts that such consent must be competent, informed, and comprehending.
4)There are current regulations implementing the obligations of the United States to adhere to
Article 3 of the United Nations Convention Against Torture and other Forms of Cruel, Inhumane or
Degrading Treatment including all terms that are Subject to any reservations, understandings,
declarations, and provisions contained in the United States Senate resolution of ratification of the
Convention.
B) Purpose
To establish regulations and penalties for those who use any type of electronic frequency devices,
directed energy devices, implants, surveillance technology, and directed energy weapon to
purposefully cause any of the following: stalking, harassing, mental or physical harm, injury,
harmful surveillance, torture, diseases, and death to any United States citizen.
Section 3. Organized Stalking
If two or more persons willfully, maliciously, and repeatedly follow or willfully and maliciously
harass another person and who make a credible threat with the intent to place that person in
reasonable fear for his or her safety, or the safety of his or her immediate family, they are guilty of
the crime of organized stalking, punishable by imprisonment in a county jail for not more than one
year, or by not more than one thousand dollars ($ 1,000), or by both that fine and imprisonment,
or by imprisonment in a federal prison.
If two or more persons violate subdivision (a) when there is a temporary restraining order,
injunction, or any other court order in effect prohibiting the behavior described in subdivision (a)
against the same party, they shall be punished by imprisonment in the state prison for two, three,
or four years.
For the purposes of this section, "harass" means engages in a knowing and willful course of
conduct directed at a specific person that seriously alarms, annoys, torments, or terrorizes the
person, or damages his personal property or possessions and that serves no legitimate purpose. *
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For the purposes of this section, "course of conduct" means two or more acts occurring over a
period of time, however short, evidencing a continuity of purpose. Constitutionally protected
activity is not included within the meaning of "course of conduct."
For the purposes of this section, "credible threat" means a verbal or written threat, including that
performed through the use of an electronic communication device, or a threat implied by a pattern
of conduct or a combination of verbal, written, or electronically communicated statements and
conduct, made with the intent to place the person that is the target of the threat in reasonable fear
for his or her safety or the safety of his or her family, or personal property or possessions and
made with the apparent ability to carry out the threat so as to cause the person who is the target
of the threat to reasonably fear for his or her safety or the safety of his or her family or personal
property or possessions. It is not necessary to prove that the defendant had the intent to actually
carry out the threat. The present incarceration of a person making the threat shall not be a bar to
prosecution under this section. Constitutionally protected activity is not included within the
meaning of "credible threat."
For purposes of this section, the term "electronic communication device" includes, but is not limited
to, telephones, cellular phones, computers, video recorders, fax machines, pagers or synthetic
telepathy devices.
The sentencing court also shall consider issuing an order restraining the defendant from any
contact with the victim, that may be valid for up to 10 years, as determined by the court. It is the
intent of the Legislature that the length of any restraining order be based upon the seriousness of
the facts before the court, the probability of future violations, and the safety of the victim and his
or her immediate family.
For purposes of this section, "immediate family" means any spouse, parent, child, any person
related by consanguinity or affinity within the second degree, or any other person who regularly
resides in the household, or who, within the prior six months, regularly resided in the household.
Section 4. Punishment for threats
Any person or persons who willfully threatens to commit a crime which will result in death or great
bodily injury to another person, with the specific intent that the statement, made verbally, in
writing, or by means of an electronic communication device, is to be taken as a threat, even if
there is no intent of actually carrying it out, which, on its face and under the circumstances in
which it is made, is so unequivocal, unconditional, immediate, and specific as to convey to the
person threatened, a gravity of purpose and an immediate prospect of execution of the threat, and
thereby causes that person reasonably to be in sustained fear for his or her own safety or for his or
her immediate family's safety, shall be punished by imprisonment in a federal prison not to exceed
one year..
For the purposes of this section, "immediate family" means any spouse, whether by marriage or
not, parent, child, any person related by consanguinity or affinity within the second degree, or any
other person who regularly resides in the household, or who, within the prior six months, regularly
resided in the household.
"Electronic communication device" includes, but is not limited to, telephones, cellular telephones,
computers, video recorders, fax machines, pagers or synthetic telepathy devices
Obscene, threatening or annoying communication
(a) Every person or persons who, with intent to annoy, telephones or makes constant contact by
means of an electronic communication device with another and addresses to or about the other
person any obscene language or addresses to the other person any threat to inflict injury to the
person or any member of his or her family, or any property or personal possessions is guilty of a
misdemeanor. Nothing in this subdivision shall apply to telephone calls or electronic contacts made
in good faith.

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(b) Every person or persons who makes repeated telephone calls or makes repeated contact by
means of an electronic communication device with intent to annoy another person at his or her
residence, is, whether or not conversation ensues from making the telephone call or electronic
contact, is guilty of a misdemeanor. Nothing in this subdivision shall apply to telephone calls or
electronic contacts made in good faith.

(c)
Every person or persons who makes repeated telephone calls or makes repeated contact by
means of an electronic communication device with the intent to annoy another person at his or her
place of work is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not more than one thousand
dollars ($ 1,000), or by imprisonment in a federal prison for not more than one year, or by both
that fine and imprisonment. Nothing in this subdivision shall apply to telephone calls or electronic
contacts made in good faith. This subdivision applies only if one or both of the following
circumstances exist:
(1) There is a temporary restraining order, an injunction, or any other court order, or any
combination of these court orders, in effect prohibiting the behavior described in this section.
(2) The person or persons makes repeated telephone calls or makes repeated contact by means of
an electronic communication device with the intent to annoy another person at his or her place of
work, totaling more than 10 times in a 24-hour period, whether or not conversation ensues from
making the telephone call or electronic contact, and the repeated telephone calls or electronic
contacts are made to the workplace of an adult or fully emancipated minor who is a spouse, former
spouse, cohabitant, former cohabitant, or person with whom the person has a child or has had a
dating or engagement relationship or is having a dating or engagement relationship.
(d) Any offense committed by use of a telephone may be deemed to have been committed where
the telephone call or calls were made or received. Any offense committed by use of an electronic
communication device or medium, including the Internet, may be deemed to have been committed
when the electronic communication or communications were originally sent or first viewed by the
recipient.
(e) Subdivision (a), (b), or (c) is violated when the person acting with intent to annoy makes a
telephone call requesting a return call and performs the acts prohibited under subdivision (a), (b),
or (c) upon receiving the return call.
(f) If probation is granted, or the execution or imposition of sentence is suspended, for any person
or persons convicted under this section, the court may order as a condition of probation that the
person participate in counseling.
(g) For purposes of this section, the term "electronic communication device" includes, but is not
limited to, telephones, cellular phones, computers, video recorders, fax machines, pagers or
synthetic telepathy devices.

Section 5. Assault and battery with an electronic or directed energy weapon
Any person or persons who in the course of organized stalking and harassment, commits an assault
upon the person of another with an unauthorized directed energy weapon shall be punished by
imprisonment in a federal prison for two, three, or four years or by a fine not exceeding ten
thousand dollars ($10,000).
For the purposes of this section the term directed energy weapon is defined as any device that
directs a source of energy (including molecular or atomic energy, subatomic particle beams,
electromagnetic radiation, plasma, or extremely low frequency (ELF) or ultra low frequency (ULF)
energy radiation) against a person or any other unacknowledged or as yet undeveloped means of
inflicting death or injury; or damaging or destroying, a person (or the biological life, bodily health,
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mental health, or physical and economic well-being of a person via land-based, sea-based, or
space-based systems using radiation, electromagnetic, psychotronic, sonic, laser, or other energies
directed at individual persons or targeted populations for the purpose of information war, mood
management, or mind control of such persons or populations; or by expelling chemical or biological
agents in the vicinity of a person.

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Richmond council passes resolution
supporting ban on space-based
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May 20, 2015
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The Richmond City Council passed a resolution Tuesday supporting a ban on space-based
weapons after a lengthy discussion over whether individuals are being psychologically
and physically harmed by exotic government-patented attacks from high in the sky.
Councilmember Jovanka Beckles, a member of the Richmond Progressive Alliance (RPA),
introduced the resolution, saying it begins to address concerns of a Richmond resident
who claims she’s been targeted by “remote transmission” from space-based weaponry.
Others claiming to have suffered physical and psychological attacks traveled from around
the country to speak at Tuesday’s council meeting. One speaker claimed to have been
zapped multiple times right before his testimony at council.
The resolution supports the Space Preservation Act and Space Preservation Treaty
permanently banning “space-based weapons,” even though the legislation first introduced
by Rep. Dennis Kucinich in 2001 has never gained traction in Congress. It appears that
Richmond is the first municipality in the U.S. to take up this lofty issue in more than a
decade. In 2002, the City of Berkeley passed a similar resolution supporting the ban.
Conspiracy theorists believe the resolution is a step toward ensuring secret weaponry
such as chemtrails, which are trails left in the sky by high-flying aircraft that supposedly
emit a chemical or biological agent, can no longer target unwitting citizens. For RPA
members on the council, the resolution is also an anti-war initiative.
RPA members on council, Gayle McLaughlin and Eduardo Martinez, also voted in favor of
the resolution. Vice Mayor Jael Myrick and Councilmember Nat Bates were the final two
yes votes, although Bates claimed he was confused by the discussion.
“I’m going to support the resolution for the simple reason that we have voted on a lot of

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dumb ideas,” Bates said.
Mayor Tom Butt voted no, saying he believes the conspiracy theory behind space-based
weapons is above the heads of city leaders and has taken time away from more pressing
city matters such as the budget deficit, potholes, and crime. Butt has complained in the
past about the RPA attempting to hijack council sessions to push a radical agenda
regardless of whether the issues are important to Richmond residents.
The mayor also pointed to a signed 1967 treaty banning the militarization of space.
The other dissenting vote came from Councilmember Vinay Pimple, who pointed out that
supporting a limitation on the ability of the U.S. to defend against attacks from longrange missiles might not be wise.
Pimple disputed what he called “knee-jerk” reactions from RPA members who depicted
President Ronald Reagan’s proposed space-based anti-missile program of 1983, known as
the “Star Wars” initiative, as inherently evil. The Cold War initiative was intended to
defend against USSR missiles during the Cold War and was shelved not for the project’s
moral ambiguity but its perceived effectiveness, Pimple said.
The idea behind Star Wars, Pimple said, “is you can knock out someone’s weapons long
before they enter your air space. The U.S. used Patriot missiles to knock out Iraqi Scuds
targeting Israel and Saudi Arabia, he added.
RPA members, however, argued that this issue is not just about war but about the
individuals in the U.S. who believe governments are using futuristic weapons in space for
the purpose of inflicting pain and mind control. Martinez argued that they may very well
be telling the truth. He recalled a science fiction novel he wrote a paper on during college
that predicted truths 20 years in advance.
“It’s easy for me to see that things which are wrong can happen because we have the
wrong mindset,” Martinez said.
Myrick said he supported the resolution because he doesn’t support war.
“The weaponization of space…is something I think is extremely immoral and we should
not be as a nation engaging in,” Myrick said. “Maybe some wars are unavoidable, that
may be true. But whatever we can do to get our country away from that mindset…..that’s
why I support this resolution.”
Amy Lee Anderson, a “targeted individual” who brought the matter to Beckles’ attention,
was thankful that the council took up the issue.
“No where in the United States, no targeted individual can get this support,” Anderson
said. “We just needed one person, one city. Because of that, you all our heroes. We are
dying within because the technology is so sophisticated. It’s hard for someone who has
no experience to fathom it, it’s so sophisticated.”
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1. Richmond councilmember pushes city resolution banning ‘exotic’ space-based
weapons

2. Dirty bomb drill in Richmond alarms conspiracy theorists, including Alex Jones
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1. C’mon Richmond Standard….your bias is showing!
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Stan J. Caterbone/Advanced Media Group Biography
Present - Advanced Media Group, President, Owner, and Founder.
In 1987 I became a federal whistleblower for the case of local defense contractor International Signal
and Control, or ISC. ISC was a black ops program for the NSA and CIA that was convicted in 1992 for
an elaborate scheme to arm Iraq and other Middle Eastern countries with a broad array of weapons,
most notably cluster bombs. It was the third larges fraud in U.S. History at that time. I have been a
victim of organized stalking since 1987 and a victim of electronic and direct energy weapons since 2005.
I had also been telepathic since 2005. In 2005 the U.S. Sponsored Mind Control turned into an all-out
assault of mental telepathy; synthetic telepathy; hacking of all electronic devices; vandilism and thefts
of personal property, extortions, intellectual property violations, obstruction of justice; violations of due
process; thefts and modifications of court documents; and pain and torture through the use of directed
energy devices and weapons that usually fire a low frequency electromagnetic energy at the targeted
victim. This assault was no coincidence in that it began simultaneously with the filing of the federal
action in U.S. District Court, or CATERBONE v. Lancaster County Prison, et. al., or 05-cv-2288. This
assault began after the handlers remotely trained/sychronized Stan J. Caterbone with mental telepathy.
The main difference opposed to most other victims of this technology is that I am connected 24/7 with
the same person who declares telepathically she is a known celebrity. Over the course of 10 years I
have been telepathic with at least 20 known persons and have spent 10 years trying to validate and
confirm their identities without success. Most U.S. intelligence agencies refuse to cooperate, and the
Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Attorney's Office refuse to comment and act on the
numerous formal complaints that are filed in their respective offices. Most complaints are focused on
the routine victimization's of a targeted individual including but not limited to stalking, harassment,
threats, vandalism, thefts, extortion, burglaries, false imprisonments, fabricated mental health warrants
or involuntary commitments, pain and torture to the body, and most often the cause of obstruction of
justice is the computer hacking.
I have a very sophisticated and authentic library of evidence of the use of U.S. Sponsored Mind Control
technologies on my father and brother that dates back to the 1940's while my father was in the U.S.
Navy after he graduated with honors from Air Gunners School in Florida, including an affidavit motorized
and authenticated by my father in 1996. My brother served in the U.S. Air force and was victim to LSD
experiments of the infamous MKULTRA program in the late 1960's.
In 2015 I filed an amicus curie on behalf of Lisa Michelle Lambert who was convicted in 1992 of the
murder of Laurie Show, both of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. I currently am in litigation in the U.S. Third
Circuit Court of Appeals and in February of 2016 Lisa Michelle Lambert published her book titled
“Corruption in Lancaster County – My Story”, which is available in bookstores and on Amazon.com. I
am in frequent contact with her co-author, Dave Brown of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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In 2009 I Proposed an ORGANIZED STALKING AND DIRECTED ENERGY WEAPONS HARASSMENT BILL
to Pennsylvania House of Representative Mike Sturla (Lancaster, Pennsylvania) and City of Lancaster
Mayor Richard Gray in 2009. The draft legislation is the work of Missouri House of Representative Jim
Guest, who has been working on helping victims of these horrendous crimes for years. The bill will
provide protections to individuals who are being harassed, stalked, harmed by surveillance, and
assaulted; as well as protections to keep individuals from becoming human research subjects, tortured,
and killed by electronic frequency devices, directed energy devices, implants, and directed energy
weapons. I again reintroduced the bill to the Pennsylvania General Assembly in 2015 and frequented
the Pennsylvania Capitol trying to find support and a sponsor; which I still do to this day.
In 2006 I began his role as an Activist Shareholder for Fulton Financial, which is listed as "FULT" on the
NASDAQ stock exchange. As a founder of Financial Management Group, Ltd., a full service financial firm,
Stan J. Caterbone has drawn upon the success in developing the strategic vision for his company and
the experience gained in directing the legal affairs and public offering efforts in dealing with Fulton
Financial. I have been in recent discussions with the Fulton Financial Board of Directors with regards to
various complaints dealing with such issues as the Resource Bank acquisition and the subprime failures.
I believe that Fulton Financial needs management to become more aggressive in it's strategic planning
and the performance it expects from it's management team in order to increase shareholder value.
Expanding the footprint of the regional bank has not yielded an increase to the bottom line that is
consistent with the expectations of shareholders. Lancaster County has seen several local banking
institutions acquired by larger regional banks, thus increasing the competition Fulton Financial will see in
it's local marketplace as well as in it's regional footprint.
In 2005 I, as a Pro Se Litigant filed several civil actions as Plaintiffs that are in current litigation in the
United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the United States Third District
Court of Appeals, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, The Pennsylvania Superior Court, the
Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania, The Court of Common Pleas of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
These litigations include violations of intellectual property rights, anti-trust violations, and interference
of contracts relating to several business interests. Central to this litigation is the Digital Movie, Digital
Technologies, Financial Management Group, Ltd,/FMG Advisory, Ltd., and it’s affiliated businesses along
with a Federal False Claims Act or Federal Whistleblowers Act regarding the firm of International Signal
and Control, Plc., (ISC) the $1Billion Dollar Fraud and the Export violations of selling arms to South
Africa and Iraq. This litigation dates back to 1987. Stan J. Caterbone was a shareholder of ISC, and was
solicited by ISC executives for professional services. The Federal False Claims Act is currently part of
RICO Civil Complaint in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the
Third Circuit Court of Appeals, as docket no. 05-2288.
In 2005 Advanced Media Group/Project Hope filed a Civil Action in the Court of Common Pleas of
Lancaster County against Drew Anthon and the Eden Resort Inn for their attempts to withhold the
Tourism Tax and Hotel Tax that supports the Downtown Lancaster Convention Center & Marriot. We also
proposed an alternative plan to move the Convention Center to the Hotel Brunswick and Lancaster
Square to all of the major stakeholders. The Lancaster County Convention Center is finally under
construction with a March 2009 Opening date.
In 2005 I was selected to attend the Clinton Global Initiative in New York City after submission of
an essay with and application. I received the invitation from Bruce R. Lindsey, Chief Executive Officer of
the William J. Clinton Foundation.
In 2005 I began our philanthropic endeavors by spending our energies and working with such
organizations as; ONE.org, Livestrong.org, WoundedWarriors.org, The Clinton Global Initiative,
Lancaster Convention Center Authority, Lancaster Chamber of Commerce, Tom’s Project Hope, People to
People International, GlobalWarming.org, Contact Lancaster/24 Hour Suicide Hotline, Schreiber Pediatric
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In 2004 I embarked on our past endeavors in the music and entertainment industries with an emphasis
on assisting for the fair and equitable distribution of artists rights and royalties in the fight against
electronic piracy. We have attempted to assist in developing new business models to address the
convergence of physical and electronic mediums; as it displaces royalties and revenues for those
creating, promoting, and delivering a range of entertainment content via wireless networks.
In 2000 to 2002 I developed an array of marketing and communication tools for wholesalers of the
AIM Investment Group and managed several communication programs for several of the company
wholesalers throughout the United States and Costa Rica. We also began a Day Trading project that
lasted until 2004 with success.
In 1999 I developed a comprehensive business plan to develop the former Sprecher Brewery, known as
the Excelsior Building on E. King Street, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. This plan was developed in
conjunction with the Comprehensive Economic Development Plan for the Revitalization of Downtown
Lancaster and the Downtown Lancaster Convention Center for the former Watt & Shand building.
In 1999 I contributed to the debate, research, and implementation of strategies to counter the effects
of the global Y2K threat to the worlds computer technologies. I attended the U.S. Sponsored Y2K
symposium and Conference in Washington, D.C. hosted by the Senate Y2K Subcommittee and Senator
William Bennett.
In 1998 I had began to administer the charity giving of Tom’s Project Hope, a non-profit organization
promoting education and awareness for mental illness and suicide prevention. We had provided funding
for the Mental Health Alliance of Lancaster County, Contact Lancaster (The 24/7 Suicide Prevention
Hotline), The Schreiber Pediatric Center, and other charitable organizations and faith based charities.
The video "Numbers Don't Lie" have been distributed to schools, non profit organizations, faith based
initiatives, and municipalities to provide educational support for the prevention of suicide and to bring
awareness to mental illness problems.
In 1996 I had done consulting for companies under KAL, Inc., during the time that I was controller of
Pflumm Contractors, Inc., I was retained by Gallo Rosso Restaurant and Bar to computerized their
accounting and records management from top to bottom. I had also provided consulting for the
computerization of accounting and payroll for Lancaster Container, Inc., of Washington Boro. I was
retained to evaluate and develop an action plan to migrate the Informations Technologies of the Jay
Group, formally of Ronks, PA, now relocated to a new $26 Million Dollar headquarters located in West
Hempfield Township of Lancaster County. The Jay Group had been using IBM mainframe technologies
hosted by the AS 400 computer and server. I was consulting on the merits of migrating to a PC based
real time networking system throughout the entire organization. Currently the Jay Group employees
some 500 employees with revenues in excess of $50 Million Dollars per year.
In 1993 I was retained by Pflumm Contractors, Inc., as controller, and was responsible for saving the
company from a potential bankruptcy. At that time, due to several unpaid contracts, the company was
facing extreme pressure from lenders and the bonding insurance company. We were responsible for
implementing computerized accounting, accounting and contract policies and procedures, human
resource policies and procedures, marketing strategies, performance measurement reporting, and
negotiate for the payment of unpaid contracts. The bonding company was especially problematic, since
it was the lifeline to continue work and bidding for public contracts. The Bank of Lancaster County
demanded a complete accounting of the operations in order to stave off a default on the notes and loans
it was holding. We essentially revamped the entire operation. Within 3 years, the company realized an
increase in profits of 3 to 4 times its previous years, and record revenues.

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In 1991 I was elected to People to People International and the Citizen Ambassador Program, which
was founded by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1956. The program was founded to “To give
specialists from throughout the world greater opportunities to work together and effectively
communicate with peers, The Citizen Ambassador program administers face-to-face scientific, technical,
and professional exchanges throughout the world. In 1961, under President John F. Kennedy, the State
Department established a non-profit private foundation to administer the program. We were scheduled
to tour the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe to discuss printing and publishing technologies with
scientists and technicians around the world.
In 1990 I had worked on developing voice recognition systems for the government’s technology think
tank - NIST (National Institute for Standards & Technology). I co-authored the article “Escaping the Unix
Tar Pit” with a scientist from NIST that was published in the magazine “DISC”, then one of the leading
publications for the CD-ROM industry. Today, most all call centers deploy that technology whenever you
call an 800 number, and voice recognition is prevalent in all types of applications involving
telecommunications.
In 1989 I had founded Advanced Media Group, Ltd., and was one of only 5 or 6 U.S. domestic
companies that had the capability to manufacture CD-ROM's. We did business with commercial
companies, government agencies, educational institutions, and foreign companies. I performed services
and contracts for the Department of Defense, NASA, National Institution of Standards & Technology
(NIST), Department of Defense, The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), and the
Defense Mapping Agency, Central Intelligence Agency, (CIA), IBM, Microsoft, AMP, Commodore
Computers, American Bankers Bond Buyers, and a host of others. I also was working with R.R,
Donnelly's Geo Systems, which was developing various interactive mapping technologies, which is now a
major asset of Map Quest. Map Quest is the premier provider of mapping software and applications for
the internet and is often used in delivering maps and directions for Fortune 500 companies. We had
arranged for High Industries to sell American Helix, the manufacturer of compact discs, to R.R. Donnelly.
We had brokered a deal and the executives from Donnelly’s Chicago headquarters flew to Lancaster to
discuss the deal and perform due diligence of the manufacturing facility located in the Greenfield
Industrial Park.
In 1987 Power Station Studios of New York and Tony Bongiovi retained me as executive producer
of a motion picture project. The theatrical and video release was to be delivered in a digital format; the
first of it’s kind. We had originated the marketing for the technology, and created the concept for the
Power Station Digital Movie System (PSDMS), which would follow the copyright and marketing formula
of the DOLBY technology trademark.
We had also created and developed marketing and patent research for the development and
commercialization of equipment that we intended to manufacture and market to the recording industry
featuring the digital technology. Sidel, Gonda, Goldhammer, and Abbot, P.C. of Philadelphia was the lead
patent law firm that We had retained for the project. Power Station Studios was the brainchild of Tony
Bongiovi, a leading engineering genius discovered by Motown when he was 15. Tony and Power Station
Studios was one of the leading recording studios in the country, and were responsible for developing Bon
Jovi, a cousin. Power Station Studios clients included; Bruce Springsteen, Diana Ross, Cyndi Lauper,
Talking Heads, Madonna, The Ramones, Steve Winwood, and many others. Tony and Power Station
Studios had produced the original Sound Track for the original “Star Wars” motion picture. It was
released for distribution and was the number one Sound Track recording of its time.
Tony Bongiovi was also active in working and researching different aerospace technologies. * We had
developed and authored a Joint Venture Proposal for SONY to partner with us in delivering the Digital
Movie and it’s related technologies to the marketplace. The venture was to include the commercialization
of technologies, which Tony Bongiovi had developed for the recording industry simultaneously with the
release of the Digital Movie.

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I also created the concept for the PSDMS trademark, which was to be the Trademark logo for the
technology, similar to the DOLBY sound system’s trademark. The acronym’s stand for the Power Station
Digital Movie System. Today, DVD is the mainstay for delivering digital movies on a portable medium, a
compact disc.
In 1987 I had a created and developed FMG Mortgage Banking, a company that was funded by a major
banking firm in Houston Texas. We had the capability to finance projects from $3 to $100 million dollars.
Our terms and rates were so attractive that we had quickly received solicitations from developers across
the country. We were also very attractive to companies that wanted to raise capital that include both
debt and equity. Through my company, FMG, we could raise equity funding through private placements,
and debt funding through FMG Mortgage Banking. We were retained by Gamillion Studios of Hollywood,
California to secure financing of their postproduction Film Studio that was looking to relocate to North
Carolina. We had secured refinancing packages for Norris Boyd of and the Olde Hickory and were in the
midst of replacing the current loan that was with Commonwealth National Bank. We had meetings and
discussions with Drew Anton of the Eden Resort, for refinancing a portion of his debt portfolio. We were
quickly seeking commitments for real estate deals from New York to California. We also had a number of
other prominent local developers seeking our competitive funding, including Owen Kugal, High
Industries, and the Marty Sponougle a partner of The Fisher Group (owner of the Rt. 30 Outlets). We
were constantly told that our financing packages were more competitive than local institutions.
In 1986 I had founded Financial Management Group, Ltd (FMG); a large financial services organization
comprised of a variety of professionals operating in one location. We had developed a stock purchase
program for where everyone had the opportunity for equity ownership in the new firm. FMG had
financial planners, investment managers, accountants, attorneys, realtors, liability insurance services,
tax preparers, and estate planners operating out of our corporate headquarters in Lancaster. In one
year, we had 24 people on staff, had approximately 12 offices in Pennsylvania, and
several satellite offices in other states. We had in excess of $50 million under management, and our
advisors were generating almost $4 million of commissions, which did not include the fees from the
other professionals. We had acquired our own Broker Dealer firm and were valued at about $3 to $4
million.
In 1985 I developed the Easter Regional Free Agent Camp, the first Free Agent Camp for the
Professional Football industry; which was videotaped for distribution to the teams scouting departments.
(See Washington Post ¾ page article of March 24, 1985) Current camps were dependant on the team
scouts to travel from state to state looking for recruits. We had developed a strategy of video taping the
camp and the distributing a copy, free of charge to the teams, to all of the scouting departments for
teams in all three leagues FL, CFL and WFL. My brother was signed at that camp by the Ottawa
Roughriders of the CFL, and went on to be a leading receiver while J.C. Watts was one of the leagues
most prominent quarterbacks. My brother also played 2 years with the Miami Dolphins while Dan Marino
was starting quarterback. We were a Certified Agent for the National Football League Players
Association. Gene Upshaw, the President of the NFLPA had given me some helpful hints for my camp,
while we were at a Conference for agents of the NFL. The Washington Post wrote a full-page article
about our camp and associated it with other camps that were questionable about their practices.
Actually, that was the very reason for our camp. We had attended many other camps around the
country that were not very well organized and attracted few if any scouts. We had about 60 participants,
with one player coming from as far away as Hawaii. We held the camp at Lancaster Catholic, with a
professional production company filming the entire camp, while I did the editing and produced the video.
The well respected and widely acclaimed professional football scout, Gil Brandt, of the Dallas Cowboys,
had given me support for my camp during some conversations We had with him and said he looked
forward to reviewing the tapes for any hopeful recruits.

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In 1985 I was elected Vice President of the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the International
Association of Financial Planners, and helped build that chapter by increasing membership 3to 4 times.
We had personally retained the nationally acclaimed and nationally syndicated Financial Planner, Ms.
Alexandria Armstrong of Washington D.C.; to host a major fundraiser. More than 150 professionals
attended the dinner event that was held at the Eden Resort & Conference Center. Ms. Armstrong
discussed financial planning and how all of the professions needed to work together in order to be most
effective for their clients. We attracted a wide variety of professionals including; brokers, lawyers,
accountants, realtors, tax specialists, estate planners, bankers, and investment advisors. Today, it has
become evident that financial planning was the way of the future. In 1986 executives approached us
from Blue Ball National Bank to help them develop a Financial Planning department within their bank.
In 1984 I had helped to develop strategic planning for Sandy Weill, former President of Citi Group (the
largest banking entity in the U.S). We were one of several associates asked to help advise on the future
of Financial Planning and how it would impact the brokerage and the investment industry at large. Mr.
Weil was performing due diligence for the merger of American Express and IDS (Investors Diversified
Services). We were at that time a national leader in the company in delivering Fee Based Financial
Planning Services, which was a new concept in the investment community and mainstream investors.
That concept is now widely held by most investment advisers.
Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
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ACTIVE COURT CASES
J.C. No. 03-16-90005 Office of the Circuit Executive, United States Third Circuit Court of
Appeals - COMPLAINT OF JUDICIALMISCONDUCT OR DISABILITY re 15-3400 and 16-1149
U.S.C.A. Third Circuit Court of Appeals Case No. 16-1149;15-3400; 16-1001; 07-4474
U.S. District Court Eastern District of PA Case No. 15-03984; 14-02559; 05-2288; 06-4650
Superior Court of Pennsylvania Case No. 1561 MDA 2015; 1519 MDA 2015
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Case No. 08-13373; 15-10167; 06-03349, CI-06-03401
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for The Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case No. 16-10157

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, LANCASTER, PA – UPDATE FOR AUGUST 5, 2016 – Since the last
update Case No. 16-cv-49 has been appealed to the U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Case
No. 16-3284. On Wednesday, August 3, 2016 Stan J Caterbone was named a party in the
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Case No. 108 MM 2016 for the Honorable Kathleen Kane in her
attempt at a Kings Bench Ruling. His AMICUS CURIAE BRIEF was filed and on Thursday, August
4, 2016 the COMMONWEALTH filed a “No Answer” letter in reply to the AMICUS BRIEF.
UPDATE: Since the last press release the NOTICE of COMPLAINT to the United States of
America, et.al., has been recorded and docketed in the United States Eastern District Court in
Philadelphia as Case No. 16-cv-4014 and is currently listed under the jurisdiction of the Honorable
Edward G. Smith in Easton, Pennsylvania.
The complaint can
be viewed at:
https://www.scribd.com/document/318998718/16-cv-4014-CATERBONE-v-the-UnitedStates-of-America-et-al-COMPLAINT-July-20-2016-ver-3-0-Full-With-Forms-July-22-2016
On Thursday, July 28, 2016 a COMPLAINT was filed with the OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE in
the Third Circuit Court of Appeals against Judge Smith and other Jurists in Philadelphia for a
host of misconduct allegations. A Motion for Recusal will be filed in the next day or so.
In addition the case outlined below, “Court Rejects Man's Claim That Lancaster County's
Residents Are Torturing Him With Mind Control” in Superior Court has been officially appealed to
the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in Case No. 495 MAL 2016 and is now listed on the permanent
docket in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. That case started in the Lancaster County Court of
Common Pleas as CATERBONE v. The Residents of Lancaster County, et.al.,
Also now listed on the permanent docket in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court is Case No. 496
MAL 2016 in CATERBONE v. The Lancaster City Police, et.al., which is the case involving the
illegal involuntary psychiatric commitment of July 9, 2015 and includes as Defendants Detective
Clark Bearinger of the Lancaster City Police Bureau, staff of the Lancaster General Hospital,
Medical Director Dr. Sylvia Gratz and staff of Fairmount Behavioral Health System of
Philadelphia.
Now listed in the Pennsylvania Superior Court, as of Friday, is Case No. 1219 MDA 2016 in
CATERBONE v. The Lancaster City Bureau of Police. This case is the Preliminary Injunction for
Emergency Relief which was denied by Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Judge Leonard Brown
III.
Most importantly is the recent SHOOTINGS AT POLICE OF LANCASTER COUNTY which is major
headlines the lase few days. The Lancaster County District Attorney, Mr. Craig Stedman is quoted as
saying “The last couple of days in Lancaster County are some of the darkest days we've had
in our justice system, for our police officers, that I can recall”.
Stan J. Caterbone and The Advanced Media Group have been warning and begging the
major stakeholders to settle all disagreements for years and have been warning of this very
same situation to everyone in Lancaster County and through the various courts, and law
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enforcement agencies. Chief Kieth Sadler even refused Formal Mediation Negotiations
through the Lancaster County Human Rights Commission in 2008. Attached is the LNP News
Coverage of the Police Shootings.
In
2009
I
had
the
Largest
Muslim
Brotherhood
On
The
Web,
http://ikhwanscope.net/main/ following me on twitter and visiting my website on
numerous occasions. Two days ago a Russian Contact has followed me on my Twitter
Account. The Twitter Account is in Russian and I have asked them who they are but have
yet to receive a response.
Below is the original PRESS RELEASE Stan J. Caterbone and Advanced Media Group have given a NOTICE of COMPLAINT to the
United States of America, et.al., regarding a Civil Rights Lawsuit which will be filed in Federal
Courts, the Eastern District Court for Pennsylvania in the near future.
On May 11, 2016 the article “Court rejects man's claim that Lancaster County's residents
are torturing him with mind control”By Matt Miller of Pennlive.com, reported the following:
“Rest easy, residents of Lancaster County. The state Superior Court says Stanley
Caterbone can't sue you for stalking him and messing with his mind (They did not dispute
the allegation). A panel of that court deep-sixed Carterbone's case in an opinion Judge Paula
Francisco Ott issued Tuesday. Quite frankly, Ott wrote, Caterbone gave the state judges no firm
explanation of what he was claiming or what sort of remedy he was after. Her court's ruling upholds an
August 2015 decision by county Judge Jeffery D. Wright to dismiss Caterbone's lawsuit as frivolous.
According to Ott, Caterbone, acting as his own lawyer, filed the case in county court against the
"residents of the county of Lancaster, Pennsylvania," seeking an order to halt abuse he claims he was
suffering at their hands. The Lancaster man accused countians of participating in "organized stalking
and/or electronic and mind manipulation torture being committed against him," Ott noted. Also, she
wrote, Caterbone asked the county judge to enlist the local news media in a campaign to inform
countians (Lancaster) to stop mistreating him.”
Since that article the "organized stalking and/or electronic and mind manipulation torture being
committed against him (Stan J. Caterbone)," has escalated in a fevered pitch that can only elicit
one outcome if left without countermeasures – murder, suicide, and or a prolonged deep
psychosis.
After the collection of authentic transcripts from other Targeted Individuals, including NSA
Whistleblower Karen Stewart , (NSA Analyst of 15 years), Army Intelligence Officer Julianne
McKinney; both of whom experience the same symptomology as Stan J. Caterbone, and
expert, advocate, and world renowned lecturer Dr. Nick Begich, Stan J. Caterbone is now prepared to
file the complaint. In 2009 President Barach Obama, Robert Gates (former Secretary of Defense and
former Director of the CIA and the National Security Agency or NSA), and countless others, were all
named in a similar complaint in the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas, case no. CI-08-13373,
CATERBONE v. the Duke Street Business Center, et.al.,. That case is still listed as OPEN in the
Lancaster County Prothonotary Office.
The complaint will be filed under 42 U.S. Code § 1983 - Civil action for deprivation of rights.
In summary the statute reads: Every person who, under color of any statute, ordinance, regulation,
custom, or usage, of any State or Territory or the District of Columbia, subjects, or causes to be
subjected, any citizen of the United States or other person within the jurisdiction thereof to the
deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured by the Constitution and laws, shall be liable
to the party injured in an action at law, suit in equity, or other proper proceeding for redress, except
that in any action brought against a judicial officer for an act or omission taken in such officer’s

judicial capacity, injunctive relief shall not be granted unless a declaratory decree was
violated or declaratory relief was unavailable.
For the purposes of this section, any Act of Congress applicable exclusively to the District of
Columbia shall be considered to be a statute of the District of Columbia.
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Case law involving the following will be cited:

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Federal Sovereign Immunity Harvard Law School Federal Budget Policy Seminar
The Pennsylvania Castle Doctrine
U.S. Intellectual Property Law
RICO - Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act
United States Bill of Rights
The Legal Prohibition Against Torture

The prohibition against torture is firmly embedded in customary international law, international
treaties signed by the United States, and in U.S. law. As the U.S. Department of State has noted, the
"United States has long been a vigorous supporter of the international fight against torture…Every unit
of government at every level within the United States is committed, by law as well as by policy, to the
protection of the individual's life, liberty and physical integrity" [U.S. Department of State, "Initial
Report of the United States of America to the UN Committee Against Torture." Oct 15, 1999. (15 Nov.
2001)]. That commitment should not be abandoned. Indeed, it must be deepened as the world
watches how the U.S. responds to the challenges before it. If the U.S. were to condone torture by
government officials or foreign governments in its fight against terrorism, it would betray its own
principles, laws, and international treaty obligations. It would irreparably weaken its standing to oppose
torture elsewhere in the world. And it would provide a handy excuse to other governments to use
torture to pursue their own national security objectives (The Legal Prohibition Against Torture
https://www.hrw.org/news/2003/03/11/legal-prohibition-against-torture ).
A DRAFT OF THE COMPLAINT CAN BE VIEWED AND DOWNLOADED AT:
https://www.scribd.com/document/318862497/CATERBONE-v-the-United-States-ofAmerica-Et-al-COMPLAINT-July-20-2016-Ver-2-0-Full

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Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania

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1250 Fremont Street
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stancaterbone@gmail.com
717-669-2163
ACTIVE COURT CASES
 J.C. No. 03-16-90005 Office of the Circuit Executive, United States Third Circuit Court
of Appeals - COMPLAINT OF JUDICIALMISCONDUCT OR DISABILITY re 15-3400 and 16-1149
 U.S.C.A. Third Circuit Court of Appeals Case No. 16-1149;15-3400; 16-1001; 07-4474
 U.S. District Court Eastern District of PA Case No. 16-cv-49; 15-03984; 14-02559; 052288; 06-4650, 08-02982
 Pennsylvania Supreme Court Case No. 353 MT 2016; 354 MT 2016
 Superior Court of Pennsylvania AMICUS for Kathleen Kane Case No. 1164 EDA 2016; Case
No. 1561 MDA 2015; 1519 MDA 2015
 Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Case No. 08-13373; 15-10167; 06-03349, CI-0603401
 U.S. Bankruptcy Court for The Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case No. 16-10157

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In wake of shootings, Lancaster County police
act to ensure officers make it home safely
each day
 TOM KNAPP | Staff Writer
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Local police, after being targeted in two shootings last week in Lancaster and Columbia,
are taking steps to ensure they remain safe on the job.
“I don’t think there’s any doubt that police officers have to be extra vigilant,” Lancaster County District
Attorney Craig Stedman said Saturday.
The two local incidents are only the latest in a string of shootings targeting police nationally.
“We have constant reminders just how dangerous their jobs are,” Stedman said.
City police were targeted late Wednesday when officers were fired upon after responding to a shooting
near West Filbert and Manor streets. A 13-year-old boy in the area was wounded by the gunfire,
although no officers were hit. A 17-year-old male was taken into custody.
Early Friday morning, two teenagers were arrested for allegedly firing on police in Columbia. Again,
officers were responding to a reported shooting at the time and, in this case, no one was injured.

In both cases, police took suspects into custody without returning fire.
City police Lt. Todd Umstead said the recent shootings here have not had a big impact on police
procedures.
“Actually, after the Dallas police officers were murdered, we did mandate that all officers were to ride in
two-man cars at all time,” he said.
It wasn’t a big change, he said — simply tightening an existing regulation to eliminate the occasional
exception.
“Especially in light of some of the ambush attacks we’ve been seeing nationally,” Umstead said, “the
driver has to concentrate on driving. So having an extra set of eyes and ears is important for the
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officers’ safety.”
City police have an advantage, he added, because additional officers are always close by.

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“It’s a relatively small geographic area, and we have a lot of officers on the street,” he said. “So our
backup is pretty close. It’s not like Montana, where your nearest backup is an hour away.”
Body armor, he noted, is mandatory for all officers on patrol. “That policy has been in effect for a
number of years.”
Umstead said he hesitates to link the two local incidents with incidents nationally where police have
been targeted.
“Any day, any call you go on could potentially be dangerous,” he said. “That’s in the back of any police
officer’s mind, all the time. When it starts happening locally, it certainly adds — I’m not sure if fear is
the right word. Police officers do experience fear, but we’re not afraid. We’ll continue to do our jobs.
“We’re not going to back down,” Umstead added. “We’ll continue to practice safe tactics ... and make
sure we take every step that we can to make sure our officers are safe and everyone goes home at the
end of their shift.”
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New Holland police Chief Don Bowers said, because the department doesn’t have enough officers to
double up on all patrols, police now are required to provide backup on all calls.
“For instance, if one officer gets a call that a dog is loose, another officer will respond as well to make
sure it's a legitimate call,” he said.
As vice president of the Lancaster County Police Chiefs Association, Bowers charged the Special
Emergency Response Team to develop training for police officers who are caught in an ambush
situation.
“We want to teach what are the basic tactics, what to do if you are ambushed, because being
ambushed is a whole new thing and it's not something they were trained for,” he said.
Bowers also has mandated that all officers wear body armor since he took the position as chief in 2010.

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“The thing is, you can't wear enough armor to protect against an ambush,” Bowers said. “In New York
City they've gotten ballistic helmets and tactical gear.
“But I'll tell you one thing we're not going to do in the future — we're not going to look like we're going
to war,” he said. “We don't live and work in that kind of community.”

Manor and Filbert Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 7 blocks from my home.

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East Hempfield Township police Chief Stephen Skiles said Monday the department is not changing
tactics in wake of recent shootings.
“We’re just reminding the officers, depending what type of call they are responding to, that they should
have heightened awareness of their surroundings,” he said.
East Hempfield officers typically patrol solo, he said, and they are required to wear body armor on duty.
Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Chief David Steffen said they are employing “best practices”
in protocols and training to ensure the officers’ safety.
However, he declined to comment on specifics, noting it “would be counterproductive” to reveal specific
police safety measures.
Stedman said countywide, police chiefs are talking “about the best way to protect their people. Their
responsibility is to make sure their people come home at the end of their shifts.”
However, he said, he also wouldn’t want to discuss specific measures being taken by police to protect
themselves as it might tip off those who want to harm them.

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“We as a nation are fighting for our soul, the soul of our community and the soul of our country,”
Stedman said.
Police have been targeted repeatedly in recent months, with incidents occurring in Dallas, Baton Rouge
and San Diego, among others.
“Police officers in our country are under attack,” Stedman said. “It’s not just rhetoric any more. We’ve
seen it in other communities, and now it’s here.”
Early in July, state Rep. Frank Burns, a Democrat from Cambria County, said he will propose legislation
classifying crimes committed against law enforcement and corrections officers as hate crimes in
Pennsylvania.

‘Senseless, chilling’: Two Columbia teens charged with trying to kill police officers; bail $2
million each
Two Columbia teenagers used a scoped sniper rifle in an attempt to gun down police officers …
Lancaster County police on heightened alert after recent shooting incidents
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Lancaster County police on heightened alert after
recent shooting incidents
 SUSAN BALDRIGE | Staff Writer
 Jul 29, 2016
 (4)

It was only this past Monday when some police chiefs in Lancaster County were discussing what they
should do, or could do, to prevent their officers from being ambushed and shot.
Recent shootings where police have been targeted in San Diego and Baton Rouge have put
departments here on alert.
That alert was heightened Wednesday when city police were fired upon after responding to a shooting.
Then someone opened fire on Columbia police officers responding to a call early Friday morning.

(MANOR STREET SHOOTINGS AT LANCASTER CITY POLICE (7 BLOCKS FROM 1250 FREMONT
STREET, MY HOME)
It is unclear whether the gunmen in either of the local incidents were specifically targeting police. Both
shootings are still under investigation.
“Chief (Jack) Brommer from Columbia and I were discussing Monday whether we had plans to do
anything differently after the national incidents where police were ambushed,” New Holland police Chief
Don Bowers said Friday afternoon.
Brommer and Bowers spoke on the topic after attending Monday’s monthly meeting of the Lancaster
County Police Chiefs Association’s executive board.

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“This has not been in our lexicon before,” Bowers said. “It’s not something we’ve been trained for.”
He said there is not a greater fear among his officers but a greater awareness to check out a situation.
“We preach all the time, the best defense is if it doesn’t look right, there is probably a good reason,”
Bowers said.
Chief David Steffen of the Northern Lancaster County Police Department said Lancaster County has a
different demographic than other areas of the country and doesn’t believe there is reason for alarm
here.
“One of the inherent risks in our job has always been injury and death,” Steffen said of the danger. “I
don’t know that anything’s changed. I think trends vary from community to community.”
Steffen’s police forces cover Warwick, Penn and Clay townships.
Todd Umstead of the Lancaster police department is also hesitant to connect the two local incidents to
the national ones.
“We’re still investigating who fired the shots,” he said of Wednesday’s incident in Lancaster city. “Did
they intentionally fire at the officers? Obviously they were in their direction, the bullets were whizzing
over their heads.”
But he said it hasn’t made officers more afraid, maybe just more determined.
“We’re not going to back down,” he said. “We’ll continue to practice safe tactics ... and make sure we
take every step that we can to make sure our officers are safe and everyone goes home at the end of
their shift.”
Bowers said he does not want his officers in New Holland caught unprepared for possible violence
against police, but he weighs that against what he knows about the people who live there.
He said he is “blessed” to work in a community where the public is supportive and grateful for their
work.
“I have no doubt that things are changed, but the support from our community has been tremendous
since those incidents. Every day there are thank-you cards and plates of cookies.”
Two males are expected to be charged after shots were fired at police, and residents were warned to
remain in their homes Friday morning in Columbia.
It was the second shooting involving gunfire directed toward police this week. A 13-year-old boy was
wounded and police officers were left scrambling for cover as bullets were fired in their direction
Wednesday night in Lancaster city.
Columbia police initially responded to reports of shots fired in the 100 block of North Seventh Street in
the borough just before 3:30 a.m. Friday. Authorities said a gunman had fired several shots at police.
Although the suspects were taken into custody around 7 a.m., according to witnesses, the Lancaster
County District Attorney's Office announced Friday night charges had yet to be filed.
“We are preparing charges and these individuals will be held accountable for their actions,” spokesman
Brett Hambright said.
Related: Recent incidents of shots at police in Lancaster County
He said officials do not believe anyone else was involved in the Columbia incident.
"We expect the males will be arraigned Saturday morning, when bail will be set," he said.
Hambright said there was no danger to the community and no injuries were reported.

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A press conference is scheduled at 9 Saturday morning at the Columbia Borough police station that will
include statements from District Attorney Craig Stedman and other police personnel.
House searched
As many as 40 police officers and Lancaster County SERT officers searched the area after the shooting.
A resident of 7th Avenue in Columbia took this picture after this morning's
shooting. pic.twitter.com/mgdrW4mKLx
— Dan Nephin (@dannephinlnp) July 29, 2016
Around 7 a.m., police focused on a house at 103 Bethel St., at the corner of Ridge Avenue, according to
several witnesses. The home is located about three blocks from where the shooting was reported.
“I bet there was 25, 30 SWAT guys out there. On roofs. On cars,” said one woman who lives on Bethel
Street and asked to remain anonymous.
"They made me shut my windows and everything," she said. "They told me to get away from my
window."
Police used a bullhorn to yell for people inside to come out, the woman said as she stole glances out
her window.
Police are putting up crime scene tape at 103 Bethel St. pic.twitter.com/yLlGQgAU7M
— Dan Nephin (@dannephinlnp) July 29, 2016
She said she watched as three young men were brought out, handcuffed and taken away by police.
Many area residents declined to give their names, but several said one of the men taken from the
house was related to the homeowner, a woman, and had been watching the house while she was away.
One neighbor said she knew the young man watching the house because he was friends with a younger
relative of hers. She never expected he’d be involved in any trouble with police.
Police were at the 103 Bethel St. home throughout the day and had cordoned it off with yellow police
ribbon around 9:40 a.m.
Residents warned to stay in homes
During the search, police cautioned residents who live between Cherry and Chestnut streets and Sixth
and Ninth streets to stay in their homes. The shelter-in-place order was lifted around 9 a.m.
Deb Culp, who lives on Seventh Avenue, said she didn’t hear gunshots, but heard commotion later
when she awoke to get ready for work.
“I saw green suits marching down the road telling you to get back in the house,” she said of police
officers wearing green uniforms.
Culp, a hospital nursing supervisor, said she called work and told them she’d be late, but ultimately
decided to leave about 6:30 a.m. and was able to travel without a problem.
About a half-dozen residents said they heard sounds they either attributed to thunder, fireworks or
some other cause, only to learn later shots had been fired. Some residents reported hearing nothing,
attributing that to their air conditioners.
Bob Mimnal, who lives around the corner from 103 Bethel St., said he was awoken by four shots, but
thought they were fireworks. Then he said he heard police cars.
Tyler Shank, who lives near 103 Bethel, said he was getting ready to take his girlfriend to work when
he heard police cars, but no gunshots
“I didn’t even know what was going on,” Shank said. “They asked me to go back inside. There were at
least four or five police cars, plus an armored car.”
More shots at police
Friday's shooting was the second this week involving bullets fired in the direction of police officers.
Police in Lancaster city were investigating gunfire Wednesday night when they heard shots and bullets
going over their heads, according to police.
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A 13-year-old boy was found wounded in the area of Filbert Street and Campbell Avenue, police said.
He was taken to the hospital where police said he was expected to be released sometime Thursday.
No one else was hurt.
A 17-year-old boy was arrested and charged with receiving stolen property, possession of a firearm by
a minor and loitering and prowling at night.
He was sent to the Lancaster County Youth Intervention Center.
During their investigation, police discovered several shell casings and a Bersa .380-caliber handgun.
The handgun was reported stolen from North Carolina.
Police continue to investigate that shooting.
(Staff writer Lindsey Blest contributed to this report.)

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'Senseless, chilling’: Two Columbia teens charged
with trying to kill police officers; bail $2 million
each
 TOM KNAPP | Staff Writer

 Updated Jul 30, 2016
Two Columbia teenagers used a scoped sniper rifle in an attempt to gun down police officers in an early
Friday morning shooting in the borough, officials said at a press conference Saturday.
“By the grace of God, we are not having a press conference today about multiple homicides, multiple
deaths of police officers,” Lancaster County District Attorney Craig Stedman said Saturday in Columbia
Borough Council chambers.
“The focus was to kill police officers,” he said. “The last couple of days in Lancaster County are some of
the darkest days we’ve had in our justice system, for our police officers, that I can recall.”
Marquell Robert Rentas, 17, of 244 Walnut St., and Trenton Michael Nace, 18, of 116 Lancaster Ave.,
were arraigned Saturday morning on multiple charges of attempted homicide of a law-enforcement
officer, aggravated assault, assault of a law-enforcement officer and counts of conspiracy to commit
each of those crimes, Stedman said. Both teens were charged as adults.

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“We have two young men who are charged with attempting to kill multiple police officers in the line of
duty,” Stedman said. He called the attack “senseless, chilling.”

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Lancaster DA Craig Stedman addresses the media during a press conference on Saturday morning in
Columbia.
Patrick Blain | LNP Correspondent
Rentas admitted shooting at officers during the arrest, according to the affidavit. He made it clear,
Stedman said, that his intention was to kill police.
The teens were arraigned Saturday morning before District Judge Stuart Mylin. Bail was set at $2
million each.
If convicted on all first-degree felony counts, Stedman said, each suspect could serve life in prison.
Authorities cautioned residents in parts of downtown Columbia to stay in their homes as dozens of
police officers searched for the gunman Friday morning. No one was reported injured, police said.
Rentas is believed to have been the shooter throughout the incident, which began with a call of shots
fired at about 3:25 a.m. and continued in intermittent bursts until about 4:10, Stedman said. Nace, he
said, was an accomplice, keeping Rentas — his cousin, according to initial reports — supplied with
bullets and collecting empty shell casings.
Police were the target
According to Stedman, the first shots were reported in the first block of Bethel Street in Columbia. It’s
unknown what the target was, he said; it’s possible it was a ruse to lure police to the scene.
Police officers, he said, were the intended victims all along, according to statements made by Rentas
after his arrest.
Officers from other jurisdictions quickly responded to the scene, Stedman said. Initially, he said, police
didn’t know where the shots were coming from.
At no point did police return fire, he said.
But, he said, police in this case, “as they always do, went toward the danger — to help their fellow
officers.”
The two teens were arrested at 103 Bethel St., in a house owned by Rentas’s aunt, after Rentas was
identified by police as a possible suspect, Stedman said.
“They were taken into custody without incident,” he said.
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The Rentas family, he added, cooperated fully with police, even providing officers with a key so they
could gain admission to the house.
Shooting from window
The teens were found in an upstairs bedroom, where Rentas is believed to have been shooting from the
window.
“We’re not 100 percent sure that all the shots were fired from that room,” Stedman said.
It’s possible, he said, that the suspects also fired from within Mount Bethel Cemetery, which is adjacent
to the home where they were arrested.
Five to 10 spent shell casings were recovered from Nace’s pockets and from the floor in the room,
Stedman said.
PHOTOS: Police investigate shooting in Columbia
The rifle, Stedman said, “appears to be some type of a sniper rifle.” It fires a small caliber
“but extremely high-velocity projectile,” he said, and is considered “extremely
deadly.”
The weapon was owned by Rentas’s aunt, “legally purchased and possessed,” Stedman said. However,
he said, Rentas is not licensed, and he also faces a charge of possession of a firearm by a minor.
Police also found a box for a handgun at the scene, Stedman said. The handgun itself was not
recovered.
Ongoing investigation
Stedman said the facts in the case “are incomplete at this point. It’s definitely an ongoing
investigation.”
There is no indication that anyone besides Rentas and Nace were involved in the shooting, Stedman
said, despite reports Friday that three people were in custody.
He hesitated when asked if the shooting was related in any way to an incident Wednesday night in
which police officers in Lancaster were fired upon.
“There will be more answers” next week, Stedman said.
However, Stedman became visibly agitated while discussing the culture that is making incidents such as
this almost commonplace.
“It’s not just that they’re emboldened to shoot at police officers,” Stedman said. “They feel justified.
Righteous.”
Thin blue line
“We have a country where somebody can just pick up a sniper rifle and open fire at police,” Stedman
said. “We need to do better as a country.”
Although he declined to discuss the “specific triggers” for Rentas and Nace, Stedman said civilization
would collapse without the “thin blue line” of police to protect it.
“We cannot tolerate acts like this,” he said. “Imagine for a day ... that police aren’t going to show up
tomorrow. Imagine what happens in your community. Are you going to go to work? Are you going to
take your kids to school?

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country?”
Everybody, Stedman said, “needs to be outraged at what’s going on in our country, and how we’re
being torn apart. ... It’s unbelievable to me that I have to sit up here as district attorney and make
these sorts of comments.”
Preliminary hearing set
A preliminary hearing for Rentas and Nace is scheduled for 9 a.m. Aug. 12 before District Judge Miles
Bixler.
Rentas, Stedman noted, had failed to appear for at least six juvenile court reviews for prior charges,
and the district attorney complained that there was no warrant issued for his arrest.
Also at the press conference, Columbia Borough police Chief Jack Brommer thanked the “many, many
law enforcement agencies” from Lancaster and York counties that responded to the active shooter
incident.
Besides Columbia, Brommer said, officers were on the scene from Lancaster and York county SERT,
state police, and the West Hempfield Township, Northwest Regional, Manor Township, East Hempfield
Township, Susquehanna Regional, Mount Joy Borough, Manheim Borough, Lancaster city, Manheim
Township and East Cocalico Township police departments.
Recent incidents of shots at police in Lancaster County
At least a half-dozen local police officers have been wounded by gunfire in the past 16 year…
Columbia shooting timeline: 2 people in custody
At least one gunman opened fire on police in Columbia borough early Friday morning and elude…
Lancaster County police on heightened alert after recent shooting incidents
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Recent incidents of shots at police in Lancaster
County
 TIM BUCKWALTER | Data Journalist
 Jul 29, 2016
 (3)

At least a half-dozen local police officers have been wounded by gunfire in the past 16
years, according to LNP archives.
An unknown number of others have come under fire but escaped unharmed, as was the case in two
episodes in Lancaster and Columbia this week.
Being shot at is relatively rare for local officers, but newspaper files show it has happened throughout
the county over the years.
Officers were wounded in incidents in Lancaster, Lititz, Mount Joy, Earl and East Earl townships.
Here are some of the other situations in which police reportedly were targeted but not struck.
April 2015: A suicidal man in Mount Joy fired two shots from inside his home, but it wasn’t clear if he
was aiming at police who had responded to the scene. The standoff eventually ended peacefully.
March 2007: A Lancaster city man was charged with attempted homicide and other crimes after firing
at police during a chase. He was eventually arrested after holding four people hostage in an apartment.
October 2006: Charles Roberts IV fired once at police during the siege in which he shot and killed five
Amish girls and wounded five others before killing himself in a school in Nickel Mines, southern
Lancaster County.
June 2002: A trio of robbery suspects allegedly fired between 50 and 100 shots at state police who
were pursuing them through southern Lancaster County. Two bullets struck a patrol cruiser, but no
troopers were injured. Police did not return fire.
December 2001: A West Lampeter Township man allegedly fired two shots at police responding to a
domestic incident. He was later taken to a hospital for a psychiatric evaluation.
June 1999: Four uniformed city police officers escaped injury when an unknown attacker fired three or
four gunshots at them and hit a parked cruiser near Arch and Marion streets. Police were looking for
the suspect.
February 1996: An East Cocalico police officer escaped injury when a man fired shots at him during a
late-night traffic stop near Routes 272 and 897.
The officer reportedly had attempted to stop a pickup truck when a subject fired several shots before
fleeing at a high-rate of speed.

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Stanley J. Caterbone
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN SOUTHERN DIVISION

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American Civil Liberties Union, American
Civil Liberties Union Foundation;
American Civil Liberties Union of
Michigan; Council on American-Islamic
Relations; Counsel on American-Islamic
Relations Michigan; Greenpeace, Inc.;
National Association of Criminal Defense
Lawyers; James Bamford; Larry Diamond;
Christopher Hitchens; Tara McKelvey; and
Barnett R. Rubin,
Plaintiffs
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National Security Agency/
Central Security Service, and Lieutenant
General Keith B. Alexander, in his
official capacity as Director of the National
Security Agency and Chief of the Central
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Case No. 2006-cv-2095
Case No. 2006-cv-2140
Honorable Anna Diggs Taylor

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BRIEF ON BEHALF OF AMICI CURIAE STANLEY J. CATERBONE
and ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
IN SUPPORT OF PLAINTIFFS’ MOTION FOR PARTIAL SUMMARY JUDGMENT

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Date: February 20, 2007

Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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I.

STATEMENT OF INTEREST OF AMICUS CURIAE ...............……….......3

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BRIEF IN SUPPORT OF AMICI CURIAE STANLEY J. CATERBONE AND
ADVANCED MEDIA ……………………………………..………………………………………………5

III.

ARGUMENT …………………………………………………………………………………………………21

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STATEMENT OF INTEREST OF AMICUS CURIAE
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Stanley J. Caterbone is a private citizen and the majority shareholder of the United States
incorporated business Advanced Media Group.

Stanley J. Caterbone was a whistle-blower and

shareholder in 1987 involving the United States Defense Contractor International Signal & Control,
Plc., known as ISC. In 1992, International Signal & Control was indicted and found guilty of among
other things a Billion Dollar Fraud and export violations concerning illegally shipping cluster bomb
technologies, missile defense systems, and other defense systems to foreign interests including South
Africa, Iraq and Saddam Hussein. Cluster bombs and related technologies are known to have been
exported to Iraq by the Chilean Arms Dealer Carlos Cardoen, a joint venture partner of International
Signal & Control.

The Central Intelligence Agency is confirmed to have been involved in a covert

program to arm Iraq during the 1980’s with close ties to International Signal & Control, which
allegedly included the help of the National Security Agency, a former end user of International Signal &
Control technologies under the early 1980’s program Project X. A Presidential Finding in 1984 by the
Bush Administration was executed to implement the program of arming Saddam Hussein and Iraq with
the cluster bomb technologies. Serious allegations of these programs were the focus of investigations
that included the knowledge and supervision of then appointed nominee for the Director of Central
Intelligence Agency, Robert M. Gates.
Since 1987, Stanley J. Caterbone has been the victim of vast civil conspiracy that started in
1987 to cover-up allegations of fraud within International Signal & Control during the negotiations and
merger of International Signal & Control and Ferranti International of England. Stanley J. Caterbone
alleges that warrantless surveillance was used to obstruct justice and moot his constitutional rights in
an effort to divert attention away from his allegations of fraud within International Signal & Control
back in 1987, and afterwards to the present as a means to deny his access to the courts for remedy
and relief, and Federal False Claims Act violations. The business of Advanced Media Group has been
greatly compromised and intellectual property stolen during the late 1980’s and early 1990’s that
included information technology contracts with the United States Government.
In January of 2006, Stanley J. Caterbone was detained at every airport security check point,
which was during a policy of random checks, and taken out of line during travel from Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania, to Houston, Texas, and on to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. At the Houston Airport, Stanley J.
Caterbone was falsely accused of carrying plastics explosives and taken to an interview room by
Homeland Security officials. Stanley J. Caterbone was also detained for three days in Mexico, and was
not provided with an opportunity to gain access to a flight out of the country by Mexican Officials.

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The interest of amicus in this case is ensuring that constitutional rights of private citizens are
not compromised and justice subverted through information obtained from warrantless surveillance
upon which there is no just cause for any allegations or association with terrorism. Whistle-Blowers
are inherently supportive of a system of checks and balances within our government that go beyond
our constitutional doctrines regarding the same.

Whistle-Blowers ensure that the rule of law is

universally applied to all government officials in all branches of government. The Federal False Claims
Act and its provisions protect individuals from abuse of power, while providing relief and remedies for
those that were wronged and those that had the courage to cite a wrong.
It is too easy for present and future administrations to abuse their power and utilize
warrantless surveillance as a means of subverting and obstructing justice for those that are engaged in
Whistle-Blowing cases that concern National Security.

Without the proper oversight and judicial

review, a Whistle Blower can be place on terrorist lists for malicious reasons without the knowledge or
just cause. This is in direct conflict with keeping our democracy free of corruption while adhering to
the spirit of the constitution in the manner our founding fathers envisioned.

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BRIEF IN SUPPORT OF AMICUS CURIAE

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Background Information: The following transcripts from National Broadcast Television, ABC News
Nightline and ABC News 20/20; provide material information as to the activities of International Signal
& Control and the importance of these matters with regard to National Security.
ABC NEWS 20/20 FEBRUARY 1, 1991
[Lynn Sherr ABC News 20/20 Correspondent] – This is the story of how this deadly weapon,
designed for the U.S. military made its way form this country to Iraq. And how American Soldiers may
face the devastation of a cluster bomb if a ground war breaks out in the Persian Gulf. Federal Officials
believe Saddam Hussein got his arsenal thru a lethal combination – bureaucratic foul ups in the U.S.
Government and simple greed.
Here is how the cluster bomb works. An artillery shell, an airplane, or a rocket launcher sends the
bombs toward their targets.

Each bomb carries hundreds of smaller bomlets, something like hand

grenades. Cluster bombs can be used against ground troops or tanks, and can even scatter mines to
lie dormant for days. The bombs can spray thousands of pounds of sharp objects – pins or even razor
blades. The shrapnel can rip through anyone or anything in its way, causing massive casualty among
civilians or ground troops.

You can see the destruction in these buildings in Lebanon after a cluster

bomb attack.
How did Iraq obtain the cluster bombs and the ability to make their own? It was incredibly simple.
Investigators believe it started with International Signal & Control, A government contractor with
5,000 employees based in Pennsylvania, which build key components of cluster bombs in a subsidiary
in California. 20/20 has learned Federal Investigators believe ISC provided the technology, that is the
plans, to this man, Carlos Cardoen, Chilean arms dealer.

Authorities believe he used the plans to

build the cluster bombs in Chile, then he shipped them to Iraq.
What’s wrong with all this?

If the cluster bomb technology actually left the county, that is illegal

without U.S. Government permission, investigators say ISC never got. It is also illegal for a foreigner,
like Cardoen, to take the plans out of the United States without a license, which sources tell us, he
never obtained. The man who opened the door to Iraq for Cardoen, was this man Nasser Bedouin. He
is a Lebanese born middleman for Cardoen who is based in the United States. Bedouin traveled often
to Bagdad, and arranged for sale cluster bombs and other military hardware to Saddam Hussein’s
army. In his first television interview, he told us about the business of dealing in deadly weapons.

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[Nasser Bedouin, Arms Dealer] – I can sell you a knife to peel an apple, if you cut someone’s
throat, that’s your business. Weapons do not kill, who behind them kill.
[Lynn Sherr ABC News 20/20 Correspondent] – With slick promotional videos, Cardoen marketed
his arms throughout the world. Arab countries were favorite customers.
[Cardoen Marketing Video] – Each one of the bomblets of the cluster bomb is multi purpose and
contains an incendiary, anti personnel and anti armor detection.
[Lynn Sherr ABC News 20/20 Correspondent] – This letter from Cardoen authorizes Bedouin to
sell cluster bombs to Saddam Hussein during his war with Iran.

This letter says Cardoen’s company is

willing to take its share in helping Iraq in its time of need. We can provide you with our cluster bombs
at the lowest possible price. According to these contracts the sale of cluster bombs to Iraq was an
extremely lucrative business. February 24, 2984 3,000 cluster bombs sent to Saddam Hussein’s army
worth $21 million dollars.
dollars.

A few months later, another 3,000 cluster bombs, another $21 million

The supply of cluster bombs eventually totaled more than $400 million dollars.

In fact,

Bedouin is suing his former boss for commission payments.
According to Bedouin, Cardoen not only sold the bombs produce in Chile to Saddam Hussein, he
actually set up a factory near Bagdad.
bombs.

So the Iraq President could mass-produce his own cluster

That was one of the first attacks by the military when the attack began.

It’s unknown

whether that plant is totally out of commission.
[Nasser Bedouin, Arms Dealer] – He set up a factory to manufacture the cluster bomb. Um, ah
later stage for the fuses. And this is a complete project. I mean its completer from raw material to
finished product. Because the purpose in Iraq is to have control over the weaponry they have put in
their strategy.
[Lynn Sherr ABC News 20/20 Correspondent] – Federal Investigators are now trying to bring
Carlos Cardoen to justice.

But why didn’t they find out about him sooner? He has been selling cluster

bombs to Iraq for nearly a decade. The U.S. Patent Office knew about Cardoen back in 1986. But
they didn’t tell anyone else in the Federal Government about them. In a move that went apparently
unchecked in the highest levels of the government, Cardoen applied for his own patent for cluster
bombs in 1986. Based on some changes on previous designs, he received the patent two years later.
Getting the Patent is not illegal. But at a time when U.S. shipments of arms to Chile were banned, as
to all sales to Iraq, Why didn’t the Patent Office raise any questions why was this foreigner dealing in
U.S. arms?

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Experts say bureaucratic infighting regularly causes such lapses.

The Departments of Commerce,

State, and Defense, are supposed to control arms sales, and communicate with one another.
[Anthony Cordazman, Correspondent] - Even today, the same squabbling goes on, every day
within the Commerce, State, and Defense. The Administration can never agree on what

kinds of laws

can be passed to correct this.
[Lynn Sherr ABC News 20/20 Correspondent] – Carlos Cardoen denied our requests to speak on
camera. In an interview last year, he denied he did anything wrong.
[Carlos Cardoen, Chilean Arms Dealer] - And as long as a human being is an animal that needs to
defend himself, weapons are going to exist. I think that is wrong.

As a human being I believe that

weapons are wrong. But they are a fact. And we have to live with facts.

The former head of ISC, James Guerin, who dealt with Chilean, said he did not provide anything to Cardoen to build
weapons. But Nasser Bedouin tells a different story.
[Nasser Bedouin, Arms Dealer] – I believe that Dr. Carlos Cardoen got the plans to build the
cluster bombs from the United States.
[Lynn Sherr ABC News 20/20 Correspondent] – Questions about the cluster bombs come at a
time when questions are being focused on how so many American designed weapons got into the
hands of Saddam Hussein. Senator John McCain.
[Senator John McCain] – There’s not just one Saddam Hussein on this globe. There’s lots and lots
of them who at this time as we speak are acquiring technologies to give them the capabilities of
weapons of mass destruction because it’s a way of gaining victory on the cheap.
[Lynn Sherr ABC News 20/20 Correspondent] – McCain has introduced legislation that would
severely penalize and company or countries that would sell weapons illegally or harbor arms dealers.
[Senator John McCain] – To provide many of the kinds of weapons that we have today to many
nations, which are clearly offensive in nature, and are clearly far exceed their requirements to defend
themselves, is frankly unconscionable and must be brought to a stop.
[Lynn Sherr, ABC News 20/20 Correspondent] – Basically what you are saying is hit them in the
pocketbook.

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[Senator John McCain] – Hit them in the pocketbook and public exposure. No corporation or nation
likes to be branded as a nation that is involved in this illicit trafficking.
[Lynn Sherr ABC News 20/20 Correspondent] – But public exposure and pressure will not shield
American Soldiers. If Saddam Hussein uses the cluster bombs he already has.
[Senator John McCain] – And if there is one good thing that has come out of this Persian Gulf war
it’s to dramatically heighten the awareness of the people of the world to the American people of how
dangerous this proliferation of weapons of mass destruction can be.
[Hugh Downs, ABC News 20/20 Correspondent] – God those things are vicious. Have there been
any indictments yet Lynn?
[Lynn Sherr ABC News 20/20 Correspondent] – Ah, no Hugh, no indictments yet.

Carlos

Cardoen has not been indicted, even though Federal Agents raided his headquarters office in Miami.
And U.S. Customs people took a number of documents, but no indictments yet, but there are
investigations going on.
[Hugh Downs, ABC News 20/20 Correspondent] – If these things are dropped from airplanes,
and we have air supremacy, as it now has been said by our leaders, is there that much to worry about
for our troops?
[Lynn Sherr ABC News 20/20 Correspondent] – We’re told yes, because you don’t need to an
airplane to a cluster bomb, they can also be used on rocket launchers and on unguided missiles, both
of which Iraq has. And incidentally, we talked about that bomb factory, even if it was badly damaged,
the cluster bomb factory he already has, were told in three to six months it can be operational again,
and anyway he likely has a big stockpile.
[Hugh Downs, ABC News 20/20 Correspondent] – We of course, have these weapons also, and I
understand they are called something different?
[Lynn Sherr ABC News 20/20 Correspondent] – Yes, if you’re listening to a Pentagon Briefing,
don’t listen for the term cluster bomb, there calling them Aerial Denial Weapons.
[Hugh Downs, ABC News 20/20 Correspondent] – Thank you Lynn.
END

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ABC News Nightline - September 12, 1991
[Ted Koppel] – incidentally the function of the senior review panel is to advise one man, the director
of central intelligence. And at least part of the period in question there was an acting director of the
CIA – Robert Gates. We’ll attempt to pull some of these threads together when we come back.
Commercial Break
[Ted Koppel] – When all is said and done, why should your or your representatives in Congress care,
eventually after all President Bush spoke and acted against Sadaam Hussein more forcefully than
anyone could have expected.
[Former President George H. Bush Speech] – We’re dealing with Hitler revisited, a totalitarianism,
a brutality, that is neglect and unprecedented in modern times.
[Vidoe-Gary Milhollin, Director, The Wisconsin Project] – The more we gave Sadaam, the more
dangerous he got. And ultimately we had to go to war to destroy what we sold him.
[Ted Koppel] – But it’s not a question of holding the Bush or Reagan Administrations to account for
having made mistakes with regards to their policies toward Iraq – The issue is how those policies were
implemented.
As we reported over the past few months, The Atlanta Branch of an Italian Bank, BNL, was able to
funnel $Billions, some of it in U.S. Credits to Iraq’s Military Procurement

Network.

The U.S.

Government knew, and turned a blind eye. Sophisticated Military Technology was illegally transferred
from a major U.S. company in Lancaster, Pennsylvania (International Signal & Control),

to South

Africa, and Chile, and from there onto Iraq. The Iraqi borne designer of a chemicals weapons plant in
Lybia, set up shop in Florida, producing and shipping to Iraq chemical weapon components. The CIA,
FBI, and other U.S. agencies were made aware of the operation and did nothing to prevent it.
During the 1980’s and into the 90’s senior officials of both the Bush and Reagan Administration
encouraged the privatization of foreign policy, certainly towards Iran and Iraq. The policy may have
had merit - but there weren’t willing or in some instances weren’t successful in fighting it out in Capital
Hill – so they found other ways. They made a mockery of the Export Control System, and they found
ways of encouraging foreign governments to do what our laws prohibited. They even knew or if not
were guilty of the grossest incompetence that U. S. companies were collaborating with foreign Arms
merchants in the illegal transfer of American Technology that helped Sadaam Hussein build is
formidable arsenal.

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This week, the CIA again told ABC News Nightline that our allegations over the past few months
regarding covert operations to supply Iraq with U.S. Arms and weapons technologies simply were not
true.
The CIA’s Inspector General said a statement from the Agency [On Screen] - “…Has found to factual
support whatsoever for such an operation or for the involvement of Mr. Gates”.
[Ted Koppel] – At least one member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Bill Bradley of New
Jersey, feels that there may be reason to doubt both those claims, and he’ll raise the issues next week
during the Gates Confirmation Hearings, next week.
The CIA also told us that it’s Inspector General has found no evidence of any “off-the-books” illegal
activity.

But the CIA concedes, “off-the-books activities, are not documented.”

Precisely so that

deniability can be preserved.
One thing is undeniable, this gun sight video of a stealth fighter bomber from the 32nd Tactical Fighter
Wing, last February attacking a bomb factory, on the outskirts of Bagdad – U.S. Technology in the air,
destroying U.S. Technology on the Ground. The factory was built by Carlos Cardoen.
For all of us here at ABC News, Good night.
END

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ABC News Nightline - July 1991
[Ted Koppel] – Carlos Cardoen’s role in shipping arms to Iraq has been known for years.

His

connection with Robert Gates has not. By the mid 1980’s Cardoen was the largest private supplier of
weapons to Iraq.

In all he has believed to ship a half billion dollars worth of arms and advanced

technologies to Bagdad.

At a factory 500 miles north of Santiago, Cardoen produced tens of

thousands of bombs and other equipment, absolutely essentially to Iraq during it’s eight year war with
Iran.
The material would be loaded aboard regular Iraqi airway flights flown from Santiago to Bagdad.
Cardoen did not simply ship weapons, he set up entire factories capable of producing bombs and other
explosives the components would be shipped from all over the world and then assembled in Iraq. One
of those factories turned out Cluster Bombs.
As we first reported on the 24th of May, much of the sophisticated military technology that Cardoen
was shipping to Iraq came from the United States. This company in sleepy Lancaster, Pennsylvania, is
believed to be the source for some of the Cluster Bomb technology. But there was more.

Nasser

Bedouin is also an arms dealer. He acted as a middleman between Carlos Cardoen and Iraq.
[Nasser Bedouin on Video] – I am aware of Carlos Cardoen getting some type of technology from
the air fuel bomb from the United States. I believe Iraq has a viable fuel air explosive.
[Ted Koppel] – These explosives are designed to explode just above ground level like miniature
atomic bombs, literally sucking all available oxygen out of the air. It is clear that Carlos Cardoen’s
special relationship with the United States was not known by all Departments. When the Commerce
Department inquired about that relationship in early 1987, it received a cable from the U.S.
Ambassador to Chile saying “although Cardoen is involved with the sale of armaments, and he has
made his fortune from it, he is considered to be a responsible recipient of U.S. products. In fact by
1987, the covert relationship between the CIA and Cardoen was already well established.
In 1983 the Reagan Administration had become alarmed at how poorly the Iraqi military was doing
against Iran. A decision was made at the highest level of Government to begin helping Iraq.
Indeed ABC News has learned only today, that around that time, in 1983 Ronald Reagan issued a
highly classified Presidential Finding stating that it was important to the National Interests that arms
and technical assistance be covertly funneled to Iraq

and with the help of the CIA.

More on the

significance of that Presidential Finding in a moment.

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What it unleashed was a flood of US help to Iraq. A former CIA operative who was involved in the
program has told us of a series of covert operations, in which loads of 727’s were flown into Iraq. On
one such mission in 1987 our source tells us he accompanied a planeload of Soviet built one hundred
twenty-two missiles.

The Soviet equipment was shipped because it would be compatible with what

the Iraqi’s already had. By 1987, there was at least one such flight a week into Bagdad.
Our former CIA source recalls bringing in $100 dollar bills in a bowling bag, they would also carry
whiskey, cartons of cigarettes and copies of Penthouse magazines to speed up the unloading process,
which usually took place at night.

Once the White House has authorized the Covert Assistance

Program to Iraq, the CIA took over. In effect the former CIA operative told us the covert operation
amounted to here is what we want you to do, and we really don’t want to know too much about how
you do it.
Our source tells us that he has at least one meeting in 1986 in Florida between Robert Gates and
Carlos Cardoen, the Chilean Arms Dealer. Other sources have told us of other such meetings. Here in
the United States and in Europe. Which brings us to an unsolicited statement that was telephoned in
to Nightline from the Central Intelligence Agency almost a month ago on June 17th. Allegations, the
statement read that Robert Gates facilitated illegal shipments to Iraq during the 1980’s are totally
without basis. Since we had never requested a statement of Mr. Gates, we didn’t know quite what to
make of it at the time. But then today we learned of that Presidential Finding, authorizing the Covert
shipment of arms to Iraq.
It would be true then that Robert Gates did not facilitate illegal shipments to Iraq, under the
Presidential Finding, the shipments would have been quite legal.

But during this last set of

confirmation hearings, back in 1987, Robert Gates assured the Senate Confirmation Committee that he
would always keep the Committee current on ongoing covert operations. Indeed the CIA is supposed
to provide the Intelligence Committee with quarterly reports. According to well-informed sources on
the Committee it has had no briefings on the Covert arms pipeline to Iraq.

That, said one Senator on

the Committee would be a total breach of trust. What would it do to the Gates Nomination? I asked.
It would probably be enough said the Senator, to derail the Nomination.
Again, an excerpt from Mr. Gates Testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee in 1987:
[Robert Gates 1987 on video] – If you cannot have a system in which you can have some
confidence between A the branches of government, and confidence between the senior officials of the
Government, A that they abide by the rules, and B that they will deal with one another honestly, then
I think the system begins to collapse.

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[Ted Koppel] – Late this evening, the Whitehouse communicated it’s response to the charges
contained in this report, the Whole story is unfounded. “There were never any sales; covert or overt
to Iraq or Iran through a third country. And Mr. Gates never met with Carlos Cardoen.”
Well be back with more, in a moment.
[Ted Koppel] – For the viewers, this is Alan Freidman, New York Correspondent for the Financial
Times of London, and a member of the team investigating Robert Gates. Alan I’d like to begin by
repeating a statement, and let me put my specs on for a moment, the White House. “This story is
unfounded and there were never any sales covert or overt to Iraq or Iran through a third country. And
Mr. Gates never met with Carlos Cardoen”.
Ah, ah a fairly carefully drafted statement one would think.
[Alan Friedman, New York Correspondent for the Financial Times of London] – Yes Ted, I
think that is right, I would agree with the statement that there were never any sales Iraq through a
third party.

Indeed what we found was that some of the cluster bomb technology and fuel air

technology was given smuggled down to Chile, for use that were used and made and shipped on
through to Iraq.

In terms of the um statement by the White House that there were never any

meetings between Mr. Gates and Mr. Cardoen, we have a number of sources, some of them personally
involved in these operations, one of them who was personally and physically an eye witness present at
a meeting, in Florida, with Mr. Gates and Mr. Cardoen in 1986. And who was told my Mr. Gates, about
other meetings that he had with Mr. Cardoen.
[Ted Koppel] – Now Congressman Gejdenson, I realized that we sort of unleashed an awful lot of
material on you today, but to what degree does this fit in with those thousands of documents that you
subpoenaed with the information that you have?
[House Representative Sam Gejdenson of the House Foreign Affairs Committee] – Well we
just got the documents after a several month battle with the Administration to pry them loose and it
took the vote of a subpoena by the subcommittee to start the flow of those documents, but its
certainly consistent with the information that we got with Committee staffs with some of those people
that said they were at those meetings, ah as well. I think that the important thing to remember here
is that the United States in 1982 under the Reagan Administration took Iraq off the terrorist list at a
time when some of the worst terrorist of the world were being harbored by Saddam Hussein, and we
suddenly changed our policy and continued to keep Iraq off the terrorist list, enabling the export of
dual use, ah items that can be used for dual use from the United States to Iraq, as well as these sales
that went indirectly to Iraq.

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So, all through a time when they were harboring terrorists, and they killed 5,000 Kurds in 1988, and
as recent as six days before the invasion of Kuwait, when I and several members of Congress, tried to
stop the subsidy of grain sales to Iraq, the Bush Administration continued to impose any sanctions
against Iraq.
[Ted Koppel] – Well of course there’s a huge difference between grain sales and the shipment of
entire plants for the building of a cluster bomb factory.
[House Representative Sam Gejdenson of the House Foreign Affairs Committee] – Except for
what I think you find is that a pattern by both the Bush and Reagan Administrations to trying to assist
Saddam Hussein. What we found at one Hearing was a document from the State Department, ah that
said that the United States was ready to sell weapons to Iraq as long as they were for the personal
protection of Saddam Hussein. A policy that ignored all the outrages, a policy that ignored I think the
intent of the Congress and the American People. And that the allegations that we’ve gotten from a
number of sources seem to be consistent with that. The United States did everything it could under
the Reagan and Bush Administrations to assist Saddam Hussein.
[Ted Koppel] – Alan, I know that one of the things that we discovered in our investigations was and
I’d like you to elaborate on it a little bit was that frequently there was Federal Agencies, Law
Enforcement Agencies that was trying to uncover what was going on we found that they were stymied
at every turn. Can you talk about a that a little bit?.
[Alan Friedman, New York Correspondent for the Financial Times of London] – Yes I think
that if we look back at other discoveries that we made, you can say that when we found ISC, the
company in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, that was, that had cluster bomb technology, shipped down to
Chile that was part of this covert operation for Iraq, we found that the CIA had detailed knowledge
over a period of 4 ½ years of all sorts of shipments from ISC to South Africa, some of which were later
trans shipped to Iraq, we found that Federal Law Enforcement Officers and Agencies were unable to do
anything about it because they just weren’t told. Likewise, we were just told of the case that the man
that built the Rapta Chemical Weapons plant in Libya, who ah, even though the CIA were tracking him
very carefully here in the United States, was allowed to build a chemical weapons plant here in Florida,
and shipped dangerous cyanide with the help of CIA Contract Shippers to Iraq.

All of these things

were going on and the investigators seem unable to do anything about any of these things. We seem
to have part of the Government trying to investigate, and part of the Government trying to ship.
[Ted Koppel] – Congressman Gejdenson I’d like to get your reaction to that and see if your
experiences have been similar in some of the findings that ah or some of the conclusions that you
have reached, but we’ll take a break first and be back in just a moment.

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[House Representative Sam Gejdenson of the House Foreign Affairs Committee] – Well we
saw it ah from across all of the agencies. We had Dennis Kloskey who was then in charge of export
licensing at Commerce testify before our committee in April that he suggested to Mr. Gates and others
that ah meetings at White House to stop the export of dangerous technologies to Iraq. The following
day ah Mr. Kloskey resigned from the Government.

We were told by Mr. Kloskey that the White

House, the people in that room representing the President argued for a policy that assisted Saddam
Hussein in getting dual use technologies. We had Congressman Rose who I know has been on your
show testifying about the grain sales being tied up with funding weapons to Iraq as well. So across
the government, this thing went on. It’s hard to believe that somebody like Mr. Gates in his position
didn’t know about it.
[Ted Koppel] – We are suggesting a lot more that he knew about it. We’re suggesting that he was
actively involved in it let me just pass on a little information that we have gathered today, having to
do with the Confirmation Hearings and was told earlier this afternoon. Alan Fryers, Senior Officer with
the CIA and Clair George are not likely to be testifying voluntarily, indeed Alan Fryers said he will not
be testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee.

The White House, as we have all heard

throughout the day is putting on some pressure to get those Hearings underway before the August
recess, August 2nd, of course, the Senate goes into recess. Ah, and there are indications now that a
week from Monday, indeed the Hearings will begin, Mr. Gates will be asked to testify at that time, but
I’ve been also told that there is no way that the Hearing will no way be completed before the August
recess.

And that Mr. Gates will be told that he will be recalled again

after other witnesses have

testified, after the August recess. So these Hearing now, are destined to go into September.
[House Representative Sam Gejdenson of the House Foreign Affairs Committee] – I think that
is terribly important, because we have to what we have to remember here, unlike other appointees of
the President, what the head of the CIA does is not transparent. If you’re the Secretary of Housing,
like Jack Kemp is, and I disagree with one of his programs, not only do I know about it, but the
average citizen knows about what Jack Kemp’s doing. Sometimes you agree with it and sometimes
you disagree with him. In the case of the Director of the CIA, as is clear from repeated experiences,
often times even the people in Congress were suppose to know about these activities are not
informed. This has to do with National Security the standard ought not be somebody that can get by
the Hearing process with White House pressure. The White House ought to be with us on this one, we
ought to make sure that we have someone fully discloses what is going on to the appropriate
committees and to Congress. Not someone involved in Iran Contra and not someone who hasn’t told
the entire truth. And not someone who is in question about these activities. This has to be a definitive
decision by the Congress, that this individual will come clean with the Congress and fulfill not just the
letter of the law, but the spirit of the law.

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[Ted Koppel] – Alright, let me just interrupt here for a moment, because we’re down to our last
minute and a half or so, Alan, it is inevitable in this kind of investigation that you run into a lot of
sleazy characters and I just want to get from you for our audience some sense of how much of the
information that we have compiled here comes from the sleazy characters and how much comes from
the few that we can really rely upon?
[Alan Friedman, New York Correspondent for the Financial Times of London] – I think, ah Ted
the important thing to remember here is that we have had all kinds of allegations for the last three
months when our team has interviewed dozens of people, we’ve been acidulously cross checking and
we’ve waited to go ahead with this story until we’ve had very credible witnesses. Those who were
documented CIA operatives and those who were physically with Mr. Gates during those meetings, and
we asked some of them why would Mr. Gates take the risk and go out and meet with Mr. Cardoen and
get directly involved and get his hands dirty in these operations, especially as he was deputy director
of the CIA at the time himself.

We were told that he went out because he wanted to give his

improvtoire in order to make sure the job got done. We’ve talked to a number of top people and cross
checked.
[Ted Koppel] – Alright, Alan Friedman thank you very much, Congressman Gejdenson, thank you
very much, I’ll be back in a moment.
END

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Whistle-Blowing Activities – Starting in June of 1987, local, state, and federal authorities were
called by Stanley J. Caterbone, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Federal Securities
and Exchange Commission, Congressman Robert Walker, the Pennsylvania Attorney General, the
Lancaster District Attorney, Manheim Township Police, and a host of others.
The following is a memo of a meeting with ISC executive Mr. Lawrence Resch and Mr. Stanley J.
Caterbone at his office at Financial Management Group, Ltd., which took place on June 23, 1987. Mr.
Lawrence Resch, of San Clamente, California, was a long time associate of Mr. James Guerin who
worked as a marketing consultant, and was an ISC executive prior to the company going public in
1982. He served as Director of Marketing and head of Lancaster operations for then defunct United
Chem Con, an affiliate of ISC. He was sued by Ferranti International in 1990 for $189 million dollars
and indicted and found guilty by prosecutors for his role with ISC and served a jail term.
Upon the arrival of Mr. Larry Resch, Stan Caterbone met him in the lobby of Financial Management
Group, Ltd, at which time Larry Resch said "Carl Jacobson could not attend, we had to suddenly fly him
out of the country early this morning (flew to Chile)” The meeting was started with the subject of the
financial difficulties of United Chem Con and possible alternatives. Larry Resch specifically addressed
the possibility of moving the operations of United Chem Con to another facility, with specific regards to
the Renovo Plant. Larry Resch specifically addressed the financing capabilities of Stan Caterbone,
along with possible management opportunities. Larry Resch also gave financial statements and
documents to Stan Caterbone for the latest fiscal year for United Chem Con. Stan Caterbone went on
to allege that United Chem Con had embezzled some $15,000,000 from the United States
Government for contracts that contained improprieties. Stan Caterbone also alleged improprieties of
International Signal & Control and James Guerin, with specific regards to its role in the United Chem
Con, and its business activities as related to government contracts. Stan Caterbone noted that he, as a
legal shareholder of International Signal & Control was concerned about improper business activities.
Larry Resch was taken by surprise by all of the above. Stan Caterbone became quite upset by the
evasiveness and the lack of specifics with regards to Larry Resch's conversation. In efforts to thwart
any further communication from James Guerin, United Chem Con, or International Signal & Control,
Stan Caterbone demanded a retainer fee of $10,000 before anyone contacted him again. “
The following is a transcript of a meeting with Agent Howard Eisler, of the Pennsylvania Securities
Commission on September 29, 1987. The meeting was solicited at the bequest of Agent Howard Eisler
supposedly for an investigation into securities violations at Financial Management Group, Ltd.,
However, that also turned out to be untrue, or Agent Eisler also ignored all of the violations that
occurred at the company headquarters.

The meeting lasted approximately 4 hours at the residence of

Stanley J. Caterbone. Also present were attorney Mr. Robert Byers, and client of Stanley J. Caterbone,
Mr. Millard Johnson. Agent Howard Eisler, in November of 1987, requested that Stanley J. Caterbone

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put any complaints or grievances in writing and never did anything with information or testimony from
the meeting.
[Stanley J.

Caterbone, ISC Shareholder; Founder Executive Vice President of Financial

Management Group, Ltd., and President of FMG Advisory, Ltd.,] - Chem Con is the big local
minority-held corporation that was doing a lot of Defense contracts-it was associated with ISC. They
went under last spring, beginning of the summer, and there was a lot of criminal allegations made,
none of them substantiated. And I was connected with that. They sent a board member in to see me a
week before this happened. Why. I don't know. Jim Christian owned it - now I hear rumors that I was
tied to ISC and I am close to several people in that organization. Why they sent someone’ in to
California to see me, I don't know. They wouldn’t answer me. They wanted me to talk to a guy from
D.C., New York, a guy from the Caribbean. I don't know what the hell is going on.
[Mr. Robert Byer, Criminal Attorney for Stanley J. Caterbone] – the supposition was - I don't
know how true it was a front for ISC.
[Stanley J.

Caterbone, ISC Shareholder; Founder Executive Vice President of Financial

Management Group, Ltd., and President of FMG Advisory, Ltd.,] - It was, I'll tell you why.
Because when Chem Con was started, back to their inception, you look at ISC's books. They didn't
have any money. Well, the fist thing Chem Con did was they went and got all that free money from
the government and you look where that money went. I bet I know where it went. This guy named
Guerin, James Guerin. And I know that they were selling contracts back. He runs ISC and he also has
his fingers pretty deeply into Chem Con. He's the one who started Chem Con, Guerin is the one who
started it.
[Mr. Millard (Bill) Johnson, Client of Mr. Stanley J. Caterbone] - Wasn't there some allegations
about a tie to Wedtech? (Defense Contractor of New York)
[Stanley J.

Caterbone, ISC Shareholder; Founder Executive Vice President of Financial

Management Group, Ltd., and President of FMG Advisory, Ltd.,] - You bet. They were tied, you'd
better believe they were tied with Wedtech. The same guys in Wedtech were invoked with ISC and
Chem Con.

ISC is sold over the London Exchange. (I bought my shares from Pennsylvania State

Senator Gibson Armstrong) I owned a thousand shares. I sold it when things started to hit the fanthey just did a multimillion dollar merger with a company in London. They probably think this is going
to cover their tracks. What they did was, they fronted all that money and started the contracts, went
bankrupt, and now the government is stuck for $18,000,000.

I know right now in this town's

viewpoint, I stole money, I am insane, and I am a lunatic I tell you I will not condemn Jim Christian
until he tells to my face what happened. "I was framed and set up. I don’t know maybe Jim Christian
doesn't have the money. Maybe Guerin has it or somebody else has it.
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__________________________________________________________________
ARGUMENT
__________________________________________________________________
Keith, 407 U.S. at 313-14. There, the Court explained that
[n]ational security cases . . . often reflect a convergence of First and Fourth Amendment values . . . .
Fourth Amendment protections become the more necessary when the targets of official surveillance
may be those suspected of unorthodoxy in their political beliefs. The danger to political dissent is acute
where the Government attempts to act under so vague a concept as the power to protect ‘domestic
security.’
Id. The Court thus concluded that Fourth Amendment freedoms cannot properly be guaranteed if
domestic security surveillances may be conducted solely within the discretion of the Executive Branch.
The Fourth Amendment does not contemplate the executive officers of Government as neutral and
disinterested magistrates. . . . The historical judgment, which the Fourth Amendment accepts, is that
unreviewed executive discretion may yield too readily to pressures to obtain incriminating evidence
and overlook potential invasions of privacy and protected speech. . . . [T]his Court has never sustained
a search upon the sole ground that officers reasonably expected to find evidence . . . and voluntarily
confined their activities to the least intrusive means . . . . The Fourth Amendment contemplates a prior
judicial judgment, not the risk that executive discretion may be reasonably exercised.

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CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I hereby certify that on February 21, 2007, I have mailed by U.S. Postal Service, by electronic means, or by
facsimile the foregoing paper to the following (funds permitted) :
ANN BEESON
Attorney of Record
JAMEEL JAFFER
MELISSA GOODMAN (admission pending)
CATHERINE CRUMP (admission pending)
National Legal Department
American Civil Liberties Union Foundation
125 Broad Street, 18th Floor
New York, NY 10004-2400
(212) 549-2500
MICHAEL J. STEINBERG
KARY L. MOSS
American Civil Liberties Union Fund of Michigan
60 West Hancock Street
Detroit, MI 48201-1343
(313) 578-6814
Kate Martin
CENTER FOR NATIONAL SECURITY STUDIES
60 1 Thirteenth Street, N. W.
1120 19th Street, N.W.,
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 72 1-5650
Joseph Onek Erin N. Linder
Sharon Bradford Franklin
THE CONSTITUTION PROJECT
1025 Vermont Avenue,
Washington, DC 20005
(202) 580-6920
Donald B. Verrilli, Jr.
JENNER & BLOCK LLP
S. 800 Suite 1200 South
Washington, DC 20005
(202) 639-6095
JENNER & BLOCK LLP
330 N. Wabash Avenue
N. W. Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 222-9350
Randy Gainer
Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
1501 Fourth Avenue, Suite 2600
Seattle, WA 98101 - 1688

Lucy A. Dalglish, Esq.
Counsel of Record
Gregg P. Leslie, Esq.
Elizabeth J. Soja, Esq.
1101 Wilson Blvd., Suite 1100
Arlington, VA 22209-2211
(703) 807-2100
Attorneys for Amicus Curiae The Reporters
Committee for Freedom of the Press
Kathleen M. Sullivan
Derek L. Shaffer
Constitutional Law Center
Stanford Law School
559 Nathan Abbott Way
Stanford, California 94305-8610
ANN BEESON
Attorney of Record
JAMEEL JAFFER
MELISSA GOODMAN (admission pending)
SCOTT MICHELMAN (admission pending)
CATHERINE CRUMP (admission pending)
National Legal Department
American Civil Liberties Union Foundation
125 Broad Street, 18th Floor
New York, NY 10004-2400
(212) 549-2500
annb@aclu.org
David W. DeBruin
Theresa A. Chmara
Julie M. Carpenter
Michael B. DeSanctis
Wade B. Gentz
JENNER & BLOCK LLP
601 Thirteenth St., N.W., 12th Floor
Washington, D.C. 20005
tel. (202) 639-6000
fax (202) 639-6066
Margaret A. Costello
DYKEMA GOSSETT PLLC
400 Renaissance Center
Detroit, MI 48243
tel. (313) 568-5306
fax (313) 568-6893

Douglas N. Letter
Thomas N. Bondy
Anthony A. Yang
Attorneys, Appellate Staff
Washington, DC 20530
Civil Division, Room 7513
U.S. Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20530

Date: February 20, 2007

____________/s/________________
Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
717-427-1821 facsimile

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www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com
mailto:amgroup01@msn.com
717.427-1621 Fax

Stanley J. Caterbone
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603

March 19, 2007

United States District Court
Eastern District Of Michigan Southern Division
The Clerk of The Court
Detroit, MI
Re:
Brief On Behalf Of Amici Curiae Stanley J. Caterbone And Advanced Media Group
In Support Of Plaintiffs’ Motion For Partial Summary Judgment
Dear Clerk of the Court:
Please see the attached for filing. On February 22, 2007, I did not have your address so I
forwarded the filing to the ACLU Office in Detroit with a note to please forward it to you for filing. I
have no way of confirming, so I am submitting another copy for you to file.
I thank you for your service in advance. If you require any additional information, please
contact me by email at the above address.

Respectfully,

Stan J. Caterbone
Pro Se Lititgant

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Lancaster New Era: Dems' inaction on FISA harmful

http://eedition.lancasteronline.com/pages/news/edition/NEPM/2008...

Lancaster New Era
Dems' inaction on FISA harmful
It's things like this that make us wonder how serious some
Democrats are about confronting the terrorist threat on America.
The Democratic-led House let a crucial government-eavesdropping
law expire over the weekend before Congress began a 12-day
recess.
The eavesdropping won't end; it just makes the task that much
harder for our intelligence officials.
The House failed to adopt the bipartisan Senate version of the
Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, which would have renewed an
update of the law approved in August that makes it easier for the
government to spy on foreign phone calls and e-mails that pass
through the United States.
FISA, first adopted by Congress during the Cold War, would let the
government initiate wiretaps for up to one year. It also would
compel telecommunications to comply with wiretap orders while
shielding them from civil lawsuits that may be filed against them as
a result.
The provisions in the law have one purpose and one purpose only:
to protect the American people from further terrorist attacks.
"American citizens must understand, clearly understand that there's
still a threat on the homeland...," says President Bush. "We've got to
give our professionals the tools they need to be able to figure out
what the enemy is up to so we can stop it."
Some Democrats apparently don't see it that way. They downplay
FISA's expiration and accuse the president of fear-mongering and
misrepresenting the facts.
"This is not about protecting Americans. The president just wants to
protect American telephone companies," argues Rep. Rahm Emanuel
(D-Illinois), referring to the liability-protection provision that
insulates telecoms from lawsuits.
While the eavesdropping can continue, the compliance requirement
and liability protection for telecoms no longer apply. That means
telecoms' cooperation must be voluntary. And without the liability
protection, they're less likely to be so.
As a result, the government has to go back to the old way of getting
orders approved by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court -- a
cumbersome process that ties intelligence agents up in red tape and
causes needless delay.
To get a court order, the government has to prove "probable cause"
before being allowed to tap a line inside the U.S. -- even if the
communication originates and ends in a foreign country. This is
difficult to do, and it takes time.
Indeed, by the time the government complies with the law, the
phone numbers or e-mails that it wanted to track could be obsolete.
"More than likely we would miss the very information we need to
prevent some horrendous act from taking place in the United States,"
says Mike McConnell, director of national intelligence.

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The law does makes provisions for emergencies, but the paperwork
still must be completed within a few days.
Democrats who let the FISA law expire insist America is no less safe
from another terrorist attack. But can they be so sure?
The only thing certain is that Americans are not now getting the full
benefit of FISA protection. This is unacceptable.
We should be protecting the American people, not the terrorists.
The eavesdropping won't end; it just makes the task that much
harder for our intelligence officials.
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