Is Family Court Webex Hearings Making People Sick?
Updated: May 24, 2021
On April 9, 2021, a noncustodial mother Jennifer had a show cause hearing and invited several of her friends to attend the Webex hearing of Colorado courts. The judge did not want the mothers on the video and closed the meeting, but the mothers were not leaving the hearing so they kicked them off.
The noncustodial mother’s Jennifer Facebook account had been frozen for something she posted.
When she was able to post back on Facebook the noncustodial mother stated her account was frozen and that she had not been feeling well and had been dizzy. There is no way she would have saw noncustodial mother Diana post that she all the sudden got dizzy and could hardly walk. Symptoms were like vertigo and her balance was thrown off.
When noncustodial mother Diana read the post of the noncustodial mother Jennifer, she asked how long after the court hearing did she feel dizzy, and she commented about 24 hours.
Wondering if there was a connection, noncustodial mother Diana contacted noncustodial mother Brandy.
Noncustodial mother Brandy stated she did not feel well about 24 hours after the hearing as well, but she often does not feel good. Torture Trauma Therapy did research to see if something like this could be possible. After researching for quite a bit the staff came up with no answers. Then someone responded to an article on the site stating, “I believe the courts are using a MK-Ultra mind control template brought into America in the 1940's by Nazi scientists. Under the disguise as a scientific method to use in war on prisoners, it was leaked into scientific journals and academic institutions and, eventually I believe, into courts, police and other institutions.” -DH
Microwave Weapons produce symptoms of vertigo as well.
Upon more research it was discovered that CIA officer had suffered a mysterious traumatic
brain injury and debilitating side effects following a trip to Moscow in 2017.
"I woke up in the middle of the night with an incredible case of vertigo, of tinnitus, which is ringing in the ears. I was falling over. I was nauseated," Polymeropolous said in an interview with Fox News. "There was no mistake that something really, really terrifying happened that night in Moscow. I had been in Afghanistan. I spent time in Iraq. This was the most terrifying experience of my life."
The veteran CIA officer was staying at the Marriott Hotel near the US Embassy when he was attacked. His case resembles symptoms described by 40 US diplomats in Havana serving at the US Embassy and a dozen US diplomats serving in China who in 2016 began experiencing extreme vertigo and nausea, sometimes following a loud, piercing sound that experts now believe was the result of directed radiofrequency energy in the form of a microwave.
If you attend a Webex hearing with family court and having strange symptoms 24 hours after the hearing, please comment below.
Your response will generate a message to us. Make sure to email us so we can contact you back to learn more about your experience. Names of the noncustodial mothers were changed to protect them from the judge who may want to further harm them.
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