Murder by Cancer - How it Works
The Death of Canadian Judge Layden Stevenson
The public is generally aware that there are several ways to kill persons by suddenly induced heart attack but the public is less aware that there is technology that can induce cancer. Experts in the field generally recognize two kinds of technology to cause cancer (1) the use of cancer causing toxins and (2) the use of equipment that emits extremely low frequency (elf) electromagnetic waves.
A notorious recent case was that of Alexander Litvinenko a former officer of the Russuan Federal Security Service FSB and KGB, who fled from court prosecution in Russia and received political asylum n the United Kingdom. On November 1, 2006, Litvinenko suddenly fell ill and was hospitalized. He died three weeks later, becoming the first confirmed victim of lethal polonium-210 induced acute radiation syndrome.
In Litvinenko's case, the Russian State had an interest in letting people - especially its agents who might defect - know they could be murdered relatively easily so it is probable that they used a method where the cause of the cancer could be readily identified and advertised to the world. In the case of Madam Justice Carolyn Layden Strevenson, the murderer(s) would want the public and others to think she died of natural causes so he or she (they) would use a method of causing cancer that is less detectable.
The scientific literature linking elf electromagnetic waves to cancer is well documented and can be traced back to the poineering work of Wilhelm Reich in the 1940's. Reich's was considered so dangerous that the US Food and Drug Administration closed him down completely. However, there is no doubt that military scientists, in both United States and Russia, have been quietly developing elf electromagnetic wave technology as a tool for use in warfare and other military operations, including selected assassinations.
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