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Let's criminalize organized torture

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Created May 12, 2018
To read the official proposed bill text of the Organized Torture Act, please click HERE.
To read the background and the explanation of the bill, please click HERE.

My name is Dr. Tomo Shibata (Doctor of the School of Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences), an Advisory Board Member of Freedom For Targeted Individuals. As a resident of California, I’m asking for donations and California organizations’ endorsements to help me lobby legislative sponsorship for a bill proposal criminalizing “organized covert torture,” by principally amending the penal code, to the California State Legislature.


I. What Is Organized Covert Torture?

"Organized covert torture" is defined as a multitude of conspiring individuals' knowing and willful course of conduct that inflicts extreme or cruel pain or suffering by non-impulsively and clandestinely inflicting grave bodily injury, centrally coordinated by a corrupt organization. These injuries are mostly invisible or often seem to have naturally occurred, and are inflicted in such sophisticated methods as to render the victim's torture complaint perceived as delusional or paranoid. A device or weapon, from which an electrical current, pulse or beam, wave, or sound wave may be directed to incapacitate temporarily, injure, torture or kill, namely, an "electronic weapon" including a “microwave weapon” used to invisibly maim the brains of the U.S. diplomats in Cuba, is often deployed to cause such invisible torturous injuries.

The purposes of organized torture include discrediting the victim who filed a civil or criminal complaint against a member or an associate of the torture organization, discrediting a whistle-blower or a non-consensual human experimentation subject, punishing the victim for the act the victim committed, coercing the victim, gaining sadistic pleasure, and for any reason based on discrimination of any kind. In lieu of abducting the victim, which results in the sudden disappearance of the victim and naturally raises law enforcement's suspicion, the torture organization centrally coordinates the systematic, organized surveillance and harassment of the victim by a multitude of conspirators, i.e., "organized stalking" (a/k/a, “gang-stalking,” “contract stalking”) in order to keep the victim under the control of the torture organization. Nadar v. General Motors Corp at the NY Court of Appeals in 1970 marks the seminal case of organized stalking by establishing the tort of "invasion of privacy." The defendant paid security company agents to stalk the plaintiff in an organized fashion, in order to coerce the plaintiff not to publish a book criticizing the defendant’s products’ safety-design defects.

The police have summarily dismissed the organized stalking and covert torture victims' complaints assuming that the victims are delusional or paranoid, and wrongfully detained the victims in psychiatric institutions for observation. The major media, such as the New York Times, have superficially portrayed organized stalking victims as delusional/paranoid in a ridiculing tone, thereby socially objectifying the victims. The superficial derision and the social objectification of organized stalking complainants by the media reporters ironically prompt these reporters to fail to seek truth, which ought to be the objective of journalism in the outset.

Mike McPhate’s article on organized stalking, "The United States of Paranoia," in the New York Times cites Lorraine Sheridan’s article on gang-stalking published in the Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology as impeccable authority. Sheridan’s article concludes that the gang-stalking complainants are delusional by most negligently failing to conduct research on the cutting-edge technologies of militarized neuroscience, about the abuse of which all the gang-stalking complainants claim in the study. Such cutting-edge militarized neuroscience technologies include the microwave auditory effect, introduced by Allan Frey in Journal of Applied Physiology, and a brain-computer interface introduced by Norbert Weiner in his book, Cybernetics. Sheridan’s failure to take into account the existence of these neuroscience technologies in diagnosing gang-stalking complainants proximately causes Sheridan to blindly conclude that the gang-stalking complaints indicating the abuse of the said technologies are “impossible and thus delusional.” A former high ranking officer from the Security Industries Specialists, Inc., Bryan Kofron, testified in 2017 that his company, as well other security companies, routinely used such “total individual control technology” of neuroscience against the company’s organized stalking targets.

Organized covert torture is a sophisticated crime against humanity motivated by desires for domination and control. The torturers gain a manic sense of power, self-confidence, and sadistic pleasure by controlling and destroying the victim whom the torturers discriminatorily perceive as less in human worth. Organized torture serves the purpose of extra-judicially punishing the target for attempting to disturb the wrongfully assumed (by the torturer) hierarchy of human worth (between the torturer and the target) in order to reinstate such hierarchy.

Every human is equal in human worth. Human worth is not a “zero-sum game.” One cannot “gain” one’s human worth by destroying another human’s life through organized covert torture. It is this metal state of a lust for subjugation while committing a violent criminal action that shall be categorized as the guiltiest mental state in determining judicial punishment.

If you are not yet an organized covert torture target, let's criminalize organized torture before you become the next target.


II. How Does the Organized Torture Act Undo the System of Organized Covert Torture?

The proposed bill titled the Organized Torture Act declares that organized covert torture is a crime against humanity.

Under the existing law, the police have discretion as to whether to investigate an organized covert torture complaint. The instant bill establishes the police’s ministerial duty, under the Penal Code, to investigate an organized covert torture complaint, even if the complaint seems prima facie delusional or paranoid.
 
The instant bill expressly punishes any police officer who conspires in organized stalking and organized covert torture.

A police officer is civilly and criminally liable for an injury suffered by an organized torture victim who belongs to such classes of people intentionally selected for victimization, if the officer’s act or omission, where the act or omission was the result of the exercise of the discretion vested in the officer, causes such an injury. The police officer shall not be entitled to be indemnified. It is not the taxpayer but the police officer her/himself who shall be held responsible for her/his abusive actions.

The bill requires the California’s Racial and Identity Profiling Advisory Board to establish guidelines concerning how to prevent local criminal law enforcement from employing those with a desire for domination and control, because police officers with such desire tent to abuse, lethally or non-lethally, the discriminated classes of people.

The bill includes organized covert torture committed by a police officer as one of the specified crimes qualified for the interception of wire or electronic communications, authorized by the court.

The bill expressly make the offense of a mental health professional or medical doctor who purposefully or knowingly facilitates, conceals or legitimizes organized covert torture or organized stalking.

The bill establishes enhanced sentences for persons who lead (centrally coordinate) organized covert torture.


III. How You Can Help Realizing This Legislation to End Organized Covert Torture

Early in 2018, upon the request of Assembly Member Shirley Weber, Ph.D.(UCLA), from San Diego, the California Office of Legislative Council converted Dr. Tomo’s proposal into “bill text language,” and the proposal was assigned Reference Number 18 07462. Unfortunately, the bill proposal needs sponsorship by one or more CA Assembly Members or State Senators, as well as organizations and other concerned groups of CA state residents.

The endorsements of California organizations are critical in securing a legislator’s sponsorship. If you are a California organization (of any kind) endorsing the proposed bill, please email the organization’s one-page letter explaining why the organization endorses the bill to Dr. Tomo through this Go Fund Me page. 

Further, to receive the bill sponsorship will require many weeks of lobbying on the part of me and other volunteers. Positive strides in CA to counteract the crimes of organized stalking and organized covert torture through legislation will be a model for other states to follow. Donations of any size will contribute to the ongoing efforts to criminalize and to end this sophisticated crime against humanity.
 
Because the legislators are closely reading the list of donors on this GoFundMe page, which functions as the evidence of the public’s strong support for this proposed bill, please display your name when you donate, instead of donating anonymously--if at all possible. It is not how much being donated, but how many people donated, that matters in encouraging legislators to act.

Thank you very much for helping.

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I thank Journalist Richard Enos and Collective Evolution very much for publishing a front page article exposing how covert torture organizations have been exerting undue influence on the California legislature in order to forestall our bill campaign.

https://www.collective-evolution.com/2019/02/15/targeted-individuals-activist-getting-stonewalled-in-seeking-anti-organized-torture-legislation/

Please consider donating to Collective Evolution to support their humane work.
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At this point, only three California state legislators have not yet declared their decisions as to whether to introduce the proposed bill—Assembly Member Ed Chau, Senator Steven Bradford and Senator Holly Mitchell. The rest of the legislators, whom I proposed the bill, have already declined to introduce the proposed bill. The bill introduction deadline for this legislative year is February 22, 2019.

The attached email message from Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee Consultant Nichole Rapier Rocha, who has been reviewing the proposed bill text and other supporting materials, states that she will brief her committee chair, Assembly Ed Chau on the proposed bill sometime later this week. Please consider calling Nichole at (916)319-2200 (her secretary may take the call first instead) or emailing her at nichole.rapier@asm.ca.gov and ask to recommend the proposed bill to Assembly Member Chau.

Please also consider contacting Legislative Director Ryan Morimune of Senator Steven Bradford (from LA) at (916)651-4035 or ryan.morimune@sen.ca.gov; and Legislative Director Bridget Kolakosky of Senator Holly Mitchell (also from LA) at (916)651-4030 or bridget.kolakosky@sen.ca.gov; and ask them to recommend the proposed bill to their respective senators.
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I thank Independent Journalist Ramola D. for her interview with me (posted online and attached) on how covert torture organizations have manipulated the legislators, whom I proposed the bill, into declining to introduce the proposed bill.
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Senator Jerry Hill is not introducing the proposed bill this year for the following reason, said Senator Hill's Policy Consultant Jano Dekermenjian (specialized in surveillance oversight) during the phone conversation I had with him on 01/25/2018: the one(s) who brought the bill topic to the senator’s attention, requested the senator’s district office NOT to introduce the bill, but, instead, requested the senator to be aware of this topic.

Policy Consultant Jano further stated, during the above phone conversation, that Senator Hill could no longer accept any bill proposal because his bill package had already become full. Senator Hill is one of the very rare legislators who expressed interest in the bill topic.
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