The word experimentation was a lie in here

  • There is no such scope or provision in India to use any such word , in human life .. 
  • IN USA Also, Nuremberg Code needs to be followed for any such thing , which must include voluntary consent of the individual with through understanding of the process, effects  & duration .

  • Please read this link also regarding Human Experimenation rules and CIA ..
  • There is no scope or provison for any Doemstic Surveillance & Mind Control in India  
  • There is no such registred infrastructure or facility or registered set of people for doing any ssuch thing .. The Technical knowhow is not present in anyone , who can show any credential and credibility in there ..

  • No such patented device was ever used on me ..
  • USA can't violate both countries constitution and jurisdiction to do anything on me in here ..

SO I CHALLENGE THE USE OF ANY SUCH WORD IN MY RESPECT AND IN RESPECT OF ANYONE IN INDIA , AND CALL IT A BLATANT LIE ..

MIND CONTROL IS A CRIME , AN "UMBRELLA CRIME", NOT AN EXPERMENTATION PROCEDURE OF ANY KIND ..

Also, to mention in her is the mechanism through which any such thing gets done, i.e the internals of the technology ever used in this regard(no matter from where it's getting done) ..

It starts with an attack & assualt on someone's nervous system and invasion of his concisouness & brain/body energy fields ..This conciousness invasion and air invasion are two important things that causes havoc in human systems , in degrading , degenerating or destroying it over time..So it's dastardy crime only (slow posion /slow-kill type), with non-lethal weapon / weaponary ..So it's a direct health & life crime and a constitutional abuse and civil, political and natural/fundamental right's violation  ... 

BTW: The Fundamental Rights, embodied in Part III of the Constitution, guarantee civil rights to all Indians, and prevent the State from encroaching on individual liberty while simultaneously placing upon it an obligation to protect the citizens' rights from encroachment by society. Seven fundamental rights were originally provided by the Constitution – right to equality, right to freedom, right against exploitation, right to freedom of religion, cultural and educational rights, right to property and right to constitutional remedies