Sarah Kershaw was found asphyxiated, or strangled, last Monday in her Sosua apartment. Kershaw wrote of an illegal program known as Project MKUlta. Project MKUlta is a CIA mind control program which uses humans to experiment on. In 2008, Kershaw wrote an article titled, Sharing Their Demons on the Web, which was published in the NYTimes. The article’s first paragraph captivates and spawns fear.
FOR years they lived in solitary terror of the light beams that caused searing headaches, the technology that took control of their minds and bodies. They feared the stalkers, people whose voices shouted from the walls or screamed in their heads, “We found you” and “We want you dead.”
But it is her paragraph involving people who claim “gangs of government agents” are stalking them and mind controlling them. This would be referring (likely) to the CIA targeting people for various reasons, likely to control their behavior or divulge personal information from them. This has been a long-held belief by many people and watchdog groups.
Identified by some psychologists and psychiatrists as part of an “extreme community” on the Internet that appears to encourage delusional thinking, a growing number of such Web sites are filled with stories from people who say they are victims of mind control and stalking by gangs of government agents. The sites are drawing the concern of mental health professionals and the interest of researchers in psychology and psychiatry.
Puerto Plata prosecutor, Osvaldo Bonilla, has been tasked with questioning William Norton, Sarah’s husband. But are they looking in all the wrong directions? Was Kershaw murdered for questioning the powers that be? Her article, Sharing Their Demons on the Web, was widely read and praised at the time of writing. Her pointing out that people felt “targeted” likely created an abrasive relationship between herself and government officials, even if she never understood such. It is important to understand that Kershaw also points out that mind control by government officials being used on its own citizens is not legal. The CIA, however, may see this as a “non-lethal” method of achieving end goals. According to Abreureport, all lot changed in the years following Kershaw’s article.
When Ms. Kershaw wrote her article, psychotronic warfare was not legal against US citizens, but that all changed with the National Defense Authorization Act 2013. In response to the legalization of psychotronic warfare, Abreu Report published an article, writing:“Psychotronic weapons are those that act to take away a part of the information which is stored in a man’s brain. It is sent to a computer, which reworks it to the level needed for those who need to control the man, and the modified information is then reinserted into the brain. These weapons are used against the mind to induce hallucinations, sickness, mutations in human cells, ‘zombification,’ or even death. Included in the arsenal are VHF generators, X-rays, ultrasound, and radio waves.”