The Fort Lauderdale shooter was a victim of mind control.
He heard voices telling him to watch ISIS videos.
These voices were created by the electrical stimulation of his brain.
By reading his story you can get a better understanding of what is done with this technology, and the consequences for society.
These are some excerpts taking from a USA Today article about him.
The 26-year-old New Jersey-born Iraq veteran accused of executing five people and wounding eight others at a Florida airport claimed just two months ago that he was hearing voices.
It was part of a difficult adjustment to civilian life after serving overseas.
He sat in an FBI office in Anchorage, Alaska, in November, claiming the CIA was forcing him to join ISIS.
He also became a father for the first time last year and was struggling to take care of himself, let alone a child.
The article is informative from a timeline perspective, but its analysis is inaccurate.
Esteban Santiago was hearing other people’s voices inside his head.
They were trying to get him to join ISIS.
These voices were not caused by any recent stressor.
Back to the article.
On Friday January 6th 2017, Esteban Santiago snapped, opening fire near the baggage claim area at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
He reloaded, fired until he was out of bullets and calmly surrendered without saying a word.
This was the result of months of the CIA torturing him.
He didn’t snap naturally.
His psychological breakdown was the result of months of work.
Through a device implanted in his brain, they were able to project voices, alter emotions and change the normal progression of his life.
Santiago was born in New Jersey but moved to Puerto Rico when he was 2, relatives said.
He grew up in the southern coastal town of Penuelas before joining the National Guard in 2007, and served with that unit in Iraq from April 2010 to February 2011.
From there, Santiago spiraled down a dark descent that included a less than honorable discharge, arrests for domestic violence.
Santiago’s history did not play a major role in his actions.
He didn’t have a criminal background.
He wasn’t unemployed.
His army background gave him the experience with guns that allowed for him to do this.
In November, the Army vet walked into an Anchorage FBI office and unleashed a torrent of conspiracy theories.
A law enforcement official says he told the FBI that the government was controlling his mind and was forcing him to watch ISIS videos.
These weren’t conspiracy theories; the CIA was controlling his mind and making him watch ISIS videos.
He is also not the first person to report this or something like it. They chose not to stop the CIA from doing this.
The FBI agents notified local police after the interview, who took him for a mental health evaluation.
Instead of providing meaningful assistance, they had him sent to a mental ward.
Many other Targeted Individuals are sent to the mental ward when they talk about this.
They could have provided assistance to him, by removing the device implanted in his brain.
They chose not to.
FBI agent George Piro, who is in charge of the Miami field office, confirmed that Santiago had come into the Anchorage office and said he clearly indicated at the time that he was not intent on hurting anyone.
The FBI is not interested in protecting you from dangers such as this.
They didn’t respond to the threat properly and came to an illogical conclusion.
On Thursday, Santiago took a red-eye flight out of Anchorage with only one piece of checked luggage containing a 9mm handgun.
He flew to St.Paul, Minneapolis and then took a connecting flight to Fort Lauderdale.
After landing just after noon on Friday, Santiago retrieved the gun from his checked bag and opened fire in the airport.
His uncle and aunt in Union City, N.J., were trying to make sense of what happened Friday.
FBI agents and reporters swarmed their home and they spoke briefly about their nephew.
Maria Ruiz told Noticias Telemundo, Santiago was hospitalized for two weeks after he visited the FBI.
“They had him in an isolated room because he was a little wrong in the head and he started to like hear things,” Ruiz said. “I am not saying he had mental problems. He just didn’t seem right to me but he looked like a normal kid.”
And then after he goes to Alaska that happened.
And now this, so he wasn’t alright.”
They are now claiming that the attack was the result of mental health issues.
It wasn’t, the stay at the psych ward wasn’t legitimate.
A photo from September shows Santiago peacefully gazing down at an infant cradled in his arms.
“It was like he lost his mind,”
Ruiz said of his return from Iraq. “He said he saw things.”
Santiago was likely going to continue to live a normal life, should he have not been a victim of CIA mind control….