ABC, ” Navy Yard Shooter Aaron Alexis Heard Voices, Experienced Paranoia, Police Report Shows”, Colleen Curry, September 17, 2013:
(Note: there is no mobile version of this article, you get forwarded to the main page.)
Alexis called police in Newport, R.I., on Aug. 7 after he switched hotels three times because he heard voices in the walls and ceilings talking to him, trying to keep him awake, and he wanted to file a harassment report, according to police documents.
Alexis told police that he heard voices that he feared were “sending vibrations through his body” and were out to harm him, noting that he had gotten into an argument on a plane to Rhode Island and he was convinced the person he argued with had sent three people to follow him.
Alexis “stated that the individuals are using ‘some sort of microwave machine’ to send vibrations through the ceiling, penetrating his body so he cannot fall asleep,” officers wrote in the police report.
Police questioned Alexis about whether he had any prior mental issues or episodes and any family history of mental illness, but Alexis said he did not. They then notified the Navy police and faxed a copy of the report to the Navy about Alexis’s complaints.
And potentially this one (can’t confirm because it’s behind a subscription wall):
Long Island News 12, “R.I. Police: Navy Yard Gunman Said He Heard Voices”, September 17, 2013:
NEWPORT, R.I. – (AP) — The man who gunned down 12 people at the Washington Navy Yard called police in a Rhode Island city last month to complain that voices were harassing him through a wall at his hotel and that he worried they might harm him. Police said Tuesday they alerted the Navy that day that Aaron Alexis was hearing voices.
According to a police report, two Newport police officers were called to a Marriott in town around 6 a.m. Aug. 7. Alexis told them he was in town as a naval contractor. Newport is the site of Naval Station Newport, the Naval War College and several military contractors.
Alexis, 34, a defense contractor employee, fired inside a building at the Washington naval installation Monday and killed 12, the FBI said. He was killed in a gunbattle with police.
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In Rhode Island, Alexis told the officers he had gotten in an argument while boarding a flight in Virginia, and he believed the person he argued with sent three people to follow him. He said he never saw the people but believed they were using a microwave machine to send vibrations into his body so he could not fall asleep. He said he checked into two hotels previously, one on the Navy base, and could not get away from them. He would not tell officers what the voices were saying. But he also told them he did not have a history of mental illness in his family and had never had any similar episodes, the report said.
“He was concerned for his own safety,” Newport Police Lt. William Fitzgerald said Tuesday.
Later that day, Newport police alerted police at the naval station and sent them a copy of the police report because Alexis said he was a contractor, Fitzgerald said.
“What he was claiming didn’t sound right,” he said. A spokeswoman for the station referred calls to the FBI.
Fitzgerald said Alexis did not call police again, and it was the only contact his department had with him.
This reminds me of the time in Minneapolis in 2010, when walking to a pawn shop to sell my stuff so I could eat, someone used voice-to-skull to say, “Wouldn’t it be fun to learn to shoot?” as I was passing a shooting range. I decided immediately that it would in fact not be fun.
It also reminds me of the many, many times I have been sleep deprived. Too many to recount.
It also reminds me of all the private spook company employees and their agency counterparts I ran across who mercilessly harassed me and can’t seem to stop a single goddam domestic shooting or terror attack. But then that’s the idea: more chaos gets more money out of Congress.
And all of that reminds me of how, just when the nonsense began in December of 2009, I wrote FBI and Secret Service (part of the Department of Homeland Security after 9/11 changes) and here we are, almost four years later with still more corpses.
I expect this is some sort of trap, but I’ve yet to discern what kind just yet. So let me explain again how it works.
1) They drug you to make you paranoid and affect judgment. Works on anyone.
2) They sleep deprive you various ways, including noise, adrenaline related to the paranoia, and something like what the shooter described. Works on anyone.
3) They couple all that with PSYOPs, harassment, and other covert ops that, to anyone who still has their head so far up their own ass they can’t actually see, appears to be a string of bad luck. This usually results in loss of employment, home, relationships, belongings, etc. Also works on anyone.
4) At long last, they’ve driven you so insane, so over the edge, have filled you so full of rage that you will find some way to strike back, lash out. Could work on most people.
I guess I’m just the lucky one. The most amazing experience, still, was just watching someone buy kitty litter. Isn’t that strange?
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