“He always thought someone was trying to hurt him,” said Nutpisit Suthamtewakul, a friend of Alexis in Fort Worth. “He was afraid of people.”
Alexis’ paranoia was in full display again as recently as last month. He complained to police in Newport, R.I., about hearing voices speaking to him through the ceiling of his hotel room, seeking to penetrate his body with vibrations from a “microwave machine” to prevent him from sleeping. He told officers that he had no history of mental illness in his family.”
-“Navy Year Shooter Reported Hearing Voices Through Walls,” USA Today, September 17, 2013.
As BeforeItsNews reported in October (see here) alleged Navy Yard assailant recognized that he was under electronic attack and attempted to contact Freedom From Covert Harassment and Surveillance, a support group established to assist such persons. FFCHS executive board member Max H. Williams brought Alexis’ emails to the attention of the organization’s leadership after being visited by FBI agents at his home regarding the email exchanges.
“The agent asked me if I had ever communicated with Aaron Alexis,” Williams recounted.
I told him no. Then, he showed me an email that I had received from Aaron and my answer. I told him that I get dozens of such letters, and I rarely remember the name, as they [Targeted Individuals] normally use assumed names.
He asked me what I thought prompted Alexis to do the shooting. I told him about the voices and how, after much time, some targets could not handle them. I told him that I placed the blame for the Alexis incident squarely on the U. S. Government. I added that the Federal Government HAD to know about our targeting yet did nothing about it!
From the FFCHS’ Derrick Robinson:
(October 19, 2013)
It appears that Aaron Alexis had contacted our organization just prior to the shooting spree that happened at the Washington Navy Yard.
Several email exchanges then ensued between Aaron Alexis and myself that clearly showed that a) he had come under physical attack from microwaves and was experiencing voice to skull technology, but was not able to process the situation until he arrived at our site. b) he had come across some information at the Washington Navy Yard that convinced him that someplace inside there was a source of our ELF targeting – establishing a motive for the attacks!!!
His email that he sent us is below. It was addressed to the FFCHS board, however, we had all forgotten about this email until it was brought to out attention recently. We receive such requests for help on a daily basis.
Date: Sun, Sep 1, 2013 at 10:31 AM
Subject: Need assistance on dealing with the direct energy attacks!!
To: [FFCHS Board Members’ Emails Deleted]
My name is Aaron. I am ex-navy, and have been working as a contractor for the DoD. I have recently come under attack after blowing up at Norfolk airport in Virginia.
The first attack started coming when I was on assignment in Rhode Island. I was hearing what I though was people next door telling lies about me. In truth I didn’t know that I was under attack and thought I could escape what I was experiencing, by leaving the hotel I was in. It wasn’t until it almost cost me my job that I realized that one, I wasn’t crazy, and that two that I had to figure out what was going on.
I am glad I found this site, however I need assistance because, I have not allowed them to scare me off my job, but I fear the constant bombardment from the ELF weapon is starting to take it’s toll on my body. I am currently in DC now near the pentagon. I think I know the specific group in the military that is responsible for developing and assisting the military with.
Any assistance you can give me and at the same time what ever info I can give you on what I know please contact me ASAP.
“Let there be Peace on Earth”
The email exchange was originally included in the post, “Artifacts From the DC Navy Yard Shooting on October 31, 2013.”
US intelligence and military agencies have been experimented with various methods of cognitive manipulation since at least the mid-twentieth century. For additional information and research, see the paper “Electromagnetic Weapons and Human Rights,” by Peter Phillips, Lew Brown, and Bridget Thornton, Sonoma State University: Project Censored, 2006.