Ethos: The disposition, character, or attitude peculiar to a specific people, culture, or group that distinguishes it from other people or groups. The fundamental values or spirit and mores. (2) The essential character of a period, movement, work of art, mode of expression, or the like.
I have written about mental illness and forms of personality disorders. What I haven’t really written about is the bodily assaults I have encountered as a consequence of what I believe to be medical malpractice and criminal conspiracy. It is my belief that a level of criminal conspiracy has been orchestrated and conducted on such a level in the city of Trenton, New Jersey that it almost rises in comparison to the atrocities of World War II with Adolf Hitler. What I am about to suggest isn’t for the faint hearted. It’s real. It’s happening. I know because I’m experiencing it. I’m using our state statutes, the New Jersey Criminal Code Title 2C to help explain why I think these behaviors are criminal. While what I am attempting to explain are not actual laws that have been past by our state legislature, I think they should be for the protection and welfare of human life. What I am attempting to do is explain to the best of my ability what I believe is happening to me and how maybe they can constitute criminal activity.
I believe that this criminal conspiracy is intended to cause bodily assault, aggravated bodily assault, criminal sexual contact, aggravated sexual contact, stalking, theft of services and possibly causing or risking widespread bodily injury or damage through the use of electronic devices such as the ones found in two-way radios and key fobs that open your car doors; transmitters and receivers. If it could be proven 10 or more people were injured or harmed as a consequence to this conspiracy, than I believe the perpetrators could risk causing widespread injury or damage.
Criminal Sexual Contact
Aggravated Sexual Contact
Causing or Risking Widespread Injury or Damage
Theft of Services
Conspiracy is defined as an act in which one person acts with another person or persons to commit a crime if with the purpose of promoting or facilitating its commission he or she agrees with such other person or persons that they or one or more of them will engage in conduct which constitutes such crime or an attempt or solicitation to commit such crime. I believe there are more than two people involved and possibly as many as 20 or more regarding this event.
Assault is defined as an act in which a person attempts to cause or purposely, knowingly or recklessly cause bodily injury to another. Assault is a crime of the fourth degree. I can feel a signal latch onto my body through an implant or receiver and when this happens, it is like receiving a blow or a strike to the body. Some strikes are more forceful than others, but still they are physical strikes which I am experiencing as I move about my world.
Aggravated assault is defined as an act in which a person attempts to cause seriously bodily injury to another, or cause such injury purposely or knowingly or under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to the value of human life recklessly causes such injury. Aggravated assault is a crime of the second degree. I am a white middle class female. There is a possibility this may be a hate crime.
Criminal Sexual Contact is defined as an act in which a person through the use of intentional touching by the actor, either directly or through clothing, or with the use of remotely controlled veiled signals of a electronic devices or devices of the victim’s intimate parts (vaginal and anal) for the purpose of degrading or humiliating the victim or sexually arousing or sexually gratifying the actor. Sexual contact of the actor with himself must be in view of the victim whom the actor knows to be present and;
(1) The actor uses physical force or coercion, but the victim does not sustain severe personal injury;
(2) the victim is on probation or parole, or is detained in a hospital, prison or other institution and the actor has supervisory or disciplinary power over the victim by virtue of the actor’s legal, professional or occupational status:
(3) The victim is at least 16 but less than 18 years old and:
(a) the actor is related to the victim by blood or affinity to the third degree; or
(b) The actor has supervisory or disciplinary power over the victim; or
( c) the actor is a foster parent, a guardian, or stands in loco parentis within the household;
(4) the victim is at least 13 but less than 16 years old and the actor is at least four years older than the victim. Criminal Sexual Contact is a crime of the fourth degree. I experience sensations in the form of vibrations which are activated in my vaginal and anal cavities.
Aggravated Sexual Contact is defined as an act in which a person through the use of intentional touching by the actor, either directly or through clothing, or with the use of remotely controlled electronic devices of the victim’s intimate parts (vaginal and anal) for the purpose of degrading or humiliating the victim or sexually arousing or sexually gratifying the actor. Sexual contact of the actor with himself must be in view of the victim whom the actor knows to be present and;
(1) the victim is less than 13 years old;
(2) at least 13 but less than 16 years old;
(a) The actor is related to the victim by blood or affinity to the third degree, or
(b) the actor has supervisory or disciplinary power over the victim by virtue of the actor’s legal, professional, or occupational status, or;
( c) The actor is a foster parent, a guardian, or stands in loco parentis within the household.
(3) the act is committed during the commission, or attempted commission, whether alone or with one or more other persons, or robbery, kidnapping, homicide, aggravated assault on another, breaking and entering, burglary, arson or criminal escape;
(4) The actor is armed with a weapon or any object fashioned in such a manner as to lead the victim to reasonably believe it to be a weapon and threatens by word or gesture to use the weapon or object;
(5) The actor is aided or abetted by one or more other persons and the actor uses physical force or coercion;
(6) The actor uses physical force or coercion and severe personal injury is sustained by the victim.
(7) The victim is one whom the actor knew or should have known was physically helpless, mentally defective, or mentally incapacitated. Aggravated Sexual Contact is a crime of the third degree. What I have been experiencing could rise to the level of aggravated sexual contact if the person responsible is a blood relative or affinity; it is being committed during the commission or attempted commission of aggravated assault; and it is creating a state of physical helplessness as the victim is unable to defend against a veiled and invisible enemy in which the act continues to be committed.
Stalking is defined as (1) the course of conduct which means to repeatedly on two or more occasions seeks to maintain a visual or physical proximity to a person or repeatedly conveying verbal or written threats or threats implied by conduct or a combination thereof directed at or toward a person. The threats in which a person purposefully conveys directed at a specific person that would cause a reasonable person to fear bodily injury to himself or a member of his immediate family or to fear the death of himself or a member of his immediate family, (2) Knowingly, recklessly or negligently places the specific person in reasonable fear of bodily injury to himself or a member of his immediate family or in reasonable fear of the death of himself or a member of his immediate family. Stalking is a crime of the fourth degree. If the violation is done under an already imposed court order than it is a crime of third degree. Over the last two days I have encounter the same individual at least three times in which they motioned, spoke, or gestured to me. Tall, thin, Hispanic, with a five o’clock shadow. But the technology itself sets-up the very atmosphere of stalking with a feeling of being followed.
Causing or Risking Widespread Injury or Damage* is defined as behavior in which a person or persons purposely or knowingly do unlawfully cause the emission of a harmful substance, in my case it would be high intensity electo-magnetic frequency waves or signals (some of these regulations may fall under the jurisdiction of the Federal Communications Commissions or FCC).
(*) For the purpose of this act, widespread injury or damage means serious bodily injury to 10 or more people or damage to 10 or more habitations or to a building which would normally have contained 50 or more persons at the time of the offense. Causing or Risking Widespread Injury or Damage is a crime of the third degree. If no such injury or damage occurs than it is a crime of the fourth degree.
Title 2C of the New Jersey Criminal Code lists Theft of Services as defined by stealing public services like water, electricity, gas, and cable television and so forth, but what I’m suggesting is something a little different, for they may certainly be “tapping” into our electricity and home computers some how, as a crime of high tech sophistication and surveillance, I’m referring to stealing of intelligence and mind as well as sex related theft. We are living in the silicone age and our medical technology has allowed for a multitude of implants like spinal cord simulators and other devices that work with nerve cells, even neural networks and brain cells work on electrical impulse. Sex is a form of service, albeit illicit and illegal, and to prevent someone from the ability to perform legal work related duties due to the use of such technology through the systematic abuse and implementation, including sex related duties, should be a criminal offense.
Theft of Services through the use of bodily implants and handheld electronic, computer or otherwise battery or electronically operated device which transmit and receive electro-magnetic frequency signals, in which a person obtains or restricts services that are knowingly available only through compensation.
a. “Services” include labor or professional service; transportation, telephone, telecommunication, electric, water, gas, cable television, or other public service; accommodation in hotels, restaurants or elsewhere; entertainment; admission to exhibitions; use of vehicles or other movable property. Where compensation for service is ordinarily paid immediately upon the rendering of such service, as in the case of hotels, restaurants, and sex workers, absconding without payment or offer to pay gives rise to a presumption that the service was obtained by deception as to intention to pay.
b. A person commits theft if, having control over the disposition of services of another, to which he is not entitled, he knowingly diverts such services to his own benefit or the benefit of another not entitled thereto.
(1) Connects or causes to be connected by wire or any other device with the wires, cables or conductors of any such vendor or any other person; or
(f) Any person who purposely or knowingly manufacturers, constructs, sells, offers for sale, distributes or installs any equipment, device or instrument designed or intended to facilitates the interception, decoding or receipt of any implanted bodily service with the attempt to harm the person it is connected to or implanted in.
A spinal cord stimulator provides a service to the person who is in possession of its controller and who can operate its mechanisms. The purchase of the implant comes with a remote device. I consider it theft of service because the use of the technology attempts to “steal away” the persons individual capacity to control it and thereby renders the service of a person as incapable of using it, which results in the person’s ability to work and function effectively, one which “renders her services” less than desirable. I have had the experience frequently over the past several years when trying to perform yard work. In addition, it has the capability of rendering a person at a disadvantage because they cannot defend themselves effectively. It can open the doorway for many other types of victimization like sexual assault and theft of personal property.
What if this crime is a service one could pay for?