Today is UN International Day in Support of Victims of Torture.
The type of modern-day torture that I and 3 million innocent U.S. citizens are being tortured with, by illegally using electromagnetic weapons and through-the-wall radar to enter our homes and brutally assault our bodies around-the-clock, by illegally performing “Weapons Testing,” has been defined by the UN as “Cybertorture,” since the attacks are directed from computers that secretly operate in the regions where the victims live. The UN explains what “Cybertorture” is in Section E. of its report A/HRC/43/49, 20 March 2020. The UN Special Rapporteur on Torture, Professor Nils Melzer, has just elevated this Crime Against Humanity to the top level of the international agenda, since for the first time he will present it as a key Agenda Item at the 75th Session of the UN General Assembly in October. UN Member States will have to respond, and investigations of these heinous crimes will be conducted worldwide. In the U.S,, these Crimes Against Humanity over millions of innocent civilians nationwide started with the passing of the Patriot Act, and the creation of our regional secretly operating Fusion Centers.
From Liliana De Lucca-Connor