The Invisible Crime "Illegal Microchip Implants and Their Use Against Humanity"

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A True Story. An innocent man becomes the unwitting target of a secret criminal organization using high-tech weaponry, microchip implants, and mind control on its victims, leaving no evidence. The organization is covert, highly organized, well-funded and uses the latest technology. This heinous, unconscionable crime has gone global—and rapidly has become a huge national problem. More

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Words: 40,150
Language: English
ISBN: 9781936587056
About Michael F. Bell

Michael Fitzhugh Bell is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America. He is a classically trained chef who has worked in Hotels in Austria and has worked in some very well-known restaurants and hotels in America. He spent several years working in the entertainment business in Hollywood, California, as a motion picture catering chef and aspiring screenwriter. He also trains for and does high altitude mountaineering, climbing big peaks around the world.
Michael has written articles for Palm Springs Life magazine and won several writing contests while at prep school and college. This book was written after seven years of exhausting research. Michael is considered a Targeted Individual. This book was written for two reasons: to make the American public aware of this technology and the unconscionable crimes for which it is used, and to help other Targeted Individuals gain control of their lives and cope with this nightmare from which they never seem to wake.

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Review by: John Witte on Feb. 11, 2013 :
Awesome. I feel so much for you. I am implanted and non-stop harassed, but have not had to go through near what you have. I truly hope and pray you will have relief and ultimately the true justice of God you deserve. Hang in there...
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Review by: Bonnie Hamilton on Oct. 31, 2012 : (no rating)
5 stars
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