What secrets are being kept by government from its own citizens?
Who does government serve, if not its citizens? In 2002, my mom filed a lawsuit in another legal dispute. My mom said her lawyer, Jean Starcevich, requested a recommendation for a doctor to do a psychiatric evaluation. I recommended Dr. Daniel Amen who is a neurologist and psychiatrist. My mom flew to Orange County, California, USA and had a SPECT (Single Photon Emission Computer Tomography). This is a type of brain scan of blood flow in the brain.
Upon returning from Southern California, my mom told me the Amen Clinic staff had informed her that she had poor overall blood flow in her brain and the appearance of bumps and waves in the surface area of her brain which is indicative of poor brain function. Therefore, she was at risk for neurological problems later in life.
My mom was born in Omak, Washington, a small town in north central Washington State. My dad was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Yet my parents were part of an experiment to determine how much radiation a human being could tolerate before getting sick. (Please check the documentation below if you wish to evaluate the veracity of these claims.)
The Amen Clinic staff had told her that radiation was released in Hanford, Washington, USA (from 1944 to 1972). My dad served during World War II in the Marshall Islands as a United States Marine. Sometime after his honorable discharge from the Marine Corp, my dad began working at the General Electric plant which produced plutonium for the United States government. My mom and dad were married in 1956 in the Hanford, Washington area.
In 1981, my father died of lymphatic cancer and its complications at 57 years old. My mother had a stroke in 2006 and suffered terribly from seizures. During the last ten years of her life, she was catatonic at times, starring off into space and unable to speak. My mom was an gifted concert violinist in college and later became an executive administrator for high technology companies. After her stroke in 2006, she bravely endured her unbearable suffering with dignity and humor until her death in 2018. No one should have to endure such pain for such highly unethical secret research.
The staff experimenting with releasing radiation from 1944 to 1972 in Washington State was instructed to keep as few records as possible.
Wald, M. L., (1986, October 24), Northwest Plutonium Plant Had Big Radioactive Emissions in 40s and 50s, Section A, Page 20.
The Release of Radioactive Materials from Hanford: 1944-1972. (1997, January 24). Retrieved from http://www.doh.wa.gov/hanford/publication/history/release.html