JIT

Directed Energy Weapons, Military Neuro/Biotechnology and Systemic Corruption

The Joint Investigation

Looking Into Cases The Police Will Not Touch

The Joint Investigation

The worldwide use of Directed Energy Weapons and military neuro/biotechnology, comprising illegal implants, nanotechnology and neuro-weapons, has expanded uncontrollably from the 1990s onward. Thousands of victims have come forward and reported horrific injuries and incessant terror campaigns conducted against them.

Despite the deluge of reports to the police by victims from all walks of life, law enforcement has refused to investigate cases involving military technology. With time, it has become undeniable that most police services and intelligence agencies in the Western world have succumbed to a state of Deep Capture by organised crime, and that corruption is endemic all the way down to the lowest ranks. This policing vacuum has been used by the criminal cartel at the heart of the corruption to build up an integrated weapons system to assault individuals and nations internationally.

It is against this sombre background that the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) was founded by Dr. Katherine Horton at the start of 2017. The original members of the team were specially selected experts in crimes committed with Directed Energy Weapons and military neuro/biotechnology. Each expert had a unique specialisation and direct personal experience of assaults with such weaponry. This allowed them to relate to the unique situation of the victims in a way that surpasses most law enforcement.

After 1.5 years of intensive investigation, 4 of the original team members left the JIT in summer and autum 2018 to pursue their own projects, while Dr. Horton continues the collection of victim affidavits and assists victims’ court cases as an expert witness.

Transparency

The Joint Investigation Team is conducting a public interest investigation, therefore, the JIT Reports are made available to both law enforcement and members of the public. The public discussion of these 21st-Century crimes by the team members can be found in the following broadcasts:

Contact the team via secure email. News about the public interest investigation will be published in due course. The work of the team can also be followed on Twitter @jitflash.


Techno Crime Fighters

The team reported publicly via live broadcasts called the Techno Crime Fighters' Forum every week from March 2017 to July 2018.

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