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Old 07-13-2009, 10:37 PM   #1
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Default Supreme Court To Hear Mind Reading/RCMP Case

Note: There is more information on 'Voice to skull' (V2K) technology and victims on this topic thread
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Supreme Court judge will hear alleged RCMP mind-reading case
Neal Hall, Canwest News Service - Published: Saturday, July 11, 2009

A Supreme Court judge has refused to dismiss a B.C. man's lawsuit that claims RCMP officers read his mind.

David Jonathan Ross is suing the B.C. public safety minister and the attorney general of Canada, in what B.C. Supreme Court Justice James Williams called a "surreal . . . unusual and unconventional" case.

But Williams on Friday dismissed RCMP testimony and allowed the case to stand.

RCMP Sgt. Dale Kjenhus had previously told the court that RCMP officers cannot read minds. "I know of no technology or other means by which members of the RCMP could read a person's mind or inflict subliminal messages on a person," Kjenhus said.

In his ruling, released Friday, Williams said he found Kjenhus' testimony "that he is unaware of the technique is not by any means proof positive that it is not used."

Ross' lawsuit claims that in December 2003, two police officers visited his home near the B.C. Interior community of Hope to investigate the self-inflicted gunshot wound of a tenant living in a rental trailer on his property.

Ross said that he -- and possibly others -- were under investigation and subjected to surveillance techniques that include "neurophone, advanced neurophone and subliminal messaging."

He claims "all of these technologies have U.S. patents," basing his claims on information he found on the Internet.

As a consequence, Ross said he suffers headaches, sleeplessness, insomnia, and hears all his own thoughts and a "narrative described in neurophone tech."

He also claimed he suffered a loss of normal organic brain function.

The judge said Ross' case "has a somewhat surreal dimension to it, since the claim of the plaintiff is, to say the least, novel and unconventional. As well, the manner in which the statement of claim has been drawn is amateurish and clumsy."

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