Recent reports stemming from the Dominican Republic have revealed that the country has been involved with the development and testing of psychotronic weapons over the past few years. Psychotronic weapons, often referred to as “mind control devices”, enable their users to subtly manipulate the thoughts of whomever they please. Weapons such as these possess enormous potential to be used in a near unlimited number of situations.
The program behind the development of these weapons is called INFOTEP, a Dominican government-backed organization that specializes in DEW (directed energy weapons). According to a former employee, INFOTEP’s psychotronic weaponry has been responsible for the deaths of at least two dozen individuals around the Caribbean, including a Hattian military commander. The same ex-employee described the use of a device that could fit inside of a van and would drive an individual to suicide. These reports have certainly intrigued and frightened many since they were released by the Abreu Report earlier this year (1).
Even stranger, in February of 2016, a former New York Times reporter was mysteriously strangled to death after conducting an investigation on the matter. According to an anonymous employee of INFOTEP, the New York Times reporter, Sarah Kershaw, had inquired about the details of suspicious equipment sent from General Electric’s research facility in New York to a plant in the Dominican Republic (2). Conspirators now believe that the equipment sent to the Dominican Republic did not come from the General Electric plant, but from a Pentagon research facility. If this were to be the case, the United States could very well have their hand in this operation.
However, there exists no other evidence of the situation besides these verbal reports to suggest of any other malevolent activity. Regardless, the news that psychotronic weapons are being tested is exciting in itself. The ability to manipulate or control the thoughts of an individual is an incredibly powerful capacity to possess. Unfortunately, the exact details of the weapons being tested remain a mystery to the public at this time. More information on this subject will likely surface over the coming years as the technology evolves from its current state. Fairly soon, the works of science fiction may turn out to be science fact.
(1) White, Greg. "Psychotronic Weapons In The Caribbean Can Force Victims To Commit Suicide." Glitch News. N.p., 14 June 2016. Web.
(2) Pickard, Gabrielle. "Was NYT Reporter Researching Psychotronic Weapons Murdered?" Top Secret Writers. N.p., 1 June 2016. Web.
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