On Saturday, March 10, 2018, a neighbor phoned me about the sudden death of a another neighbor, and shortly after I answered my cellphone, strange, high, multi-pitched, industrial, machine-like sounds blared from the handset. I suspect that an IMSI catcher was used to launch a telephonic sonic attack against me in retaliation for my work with Sonic Vest Company, which operates the only global clearinghouse for the collection and dissemination of information to researchers and the public relevant to the sonic attacks on the Cuba diplomats of Canada and the U.S.A. Intermittent tinnitus persists from the telephonic attack.
After reading, the comprehensive, Associated Press article titled “AP News Break: US Suspects cellphone spying devices in DC” it is my concern that the illegal IMSI catchers found in Washington, D.C. were placed by malefactors to launch future telephonic, sonic attacks against attorneys and elected officials with minority political parties. If you objectively consider the timing of the attacks on the Cuba diplomats of the U.S.A., which according to “Federal Times” began in November 2016, motive and opportunity, and the voluminous published information, the inescapable conclusion is that the attacks were launched by malefactors in support of Trump Administration foreign policy.
In addition to concern about the launching of future telephonic sonic attacks with IMSI catchers against attorneys and elected officials in Washington, D.C., I am also concerned that malefactors could launch a future sonic attack by co-opting the public address system in an indoor arena hosting a political conference or convention. Such a sonic attack could potentially permanently, neurologically injure or brain damage thousands of citizens, including many elected members of our nation’s political elite.
In light of the denial by the Federal Bureau of Investigation Scientists described in the April 3, 2018, post on this website, all Americans are “on their own” with regard to protection from sonic attacks until startup ventures like Sonic Vest Company and other private enterprises can develop and distribute effective countermeasures.
/s/Edward J. Harvilla, Attorney for Sonic Vest Company (Former Commissioned Officer of the United States of America)