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Glen Jones
July 12, 2012
This went on under louis freeh also . This is from Glen Joseph's Facebook page ( Allentown , PA ) . Information ... A long time ago you had a member of the phillies that went to the hospital for heari...ng voices , I remember because he missed a game , I believe they blamed it on tyrosine . That's the kind of thing the fbi does they blame it on another factor . This is not spam you can read all my posts on the United States Special Operations Command Facebook page ... All of our Special Forces are "brain washed" or "programmed" for combat . If you don't know what that means then ask someone who is Special Forces ... This is the same type of technology that the fbi has been using on people in this country to send them to the hospital . A lot of soldiers have complications later in life from this procedure . I just hope all the people that the fbi has done this to do not have complications but that would be hoping for the impossible . fbi director robert mueller and the fbi , you are the biggest piece of shit organization on this planet ...

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My friends x-girl friend starting dating an FBI agent , his name Anthony Spagnoletti , my friends x-girl friend told Spagnoletti that my friend was dealing drugs , he wasn’t. My friend got tipped off by one of his x-girlfriends friends . Soon after he got tipped off he began to hear a weird music playing and a voice telling him to start doing something and then to stop . My friend checked into the hospital and was given medication . My friend called the FBI to get the matter straightened out , the FBI agent told him he gets an FBI free day so he would keep his mouth shut and leave the situation alone , he did . I believe the Agent that told him this was George Crouch who told him he was the Agent in charge , he wasn’t , it was Anthony Spagnoletti who was the head of the office at the time.

Case : 2
To make a long story short , about 2 years ago another friend of mine was tipped by a friend, that he had his apartment wired by the FBI . My friend called the Allentown FBI office and talked to Agent George Crouch , my friend told him it was Anthony Spagnoletti who was involved , Agent George Crouch told my friend he didn’t know an Anthony Spagnoletti , and then offered my friend an FBI free day , the exact same thing they told my other friend . Soon after my friend started to hear a weird music playing and a voice telling him to do something then not to ( This friend was aware of what happened with my other friend ) . He stayed to see where they where going with it , big mistake , they ripped the chemicals down in his my brain , he was hospitalized for 21 days.

The reason my friend in the second case never saw an attorney is because there is no way the FBI will ever admit having technology like this . The only reason I’m putting this out is so this doesn’t happen to you , your family or friends .

The fbi is what needs to be reformed as in abolished ... fbi director robert mueller and the fbi , you are the most despicable forms of human beings I have ever come across . Who would have believed a government organization in America would use that technology on people inside their own residence and then when they went to get help you would pipe across the air ways " your cars going to explode " . The incident that happened out in Las Vegas , Nevada over 20 years ago the man had to walk miles to the hospital to get help . Is doing this to people a rite of passage for all fbi agents ? We all know the answer to that question . The fbi used that routine on too many people . How long did you actually think you could get away w/ this ?
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