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micro scopic truoble

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  • Posted By: brainwarp001
  • October 15, 2007
  • 02:29 PM

First I must identify that I have compiled injuries from attacks since 1966, to my spine and gastrointestinal from poisoning. The latest attack was a herniated disc to the cervical and poisoning from instant adhesive comp-
-rised within horedvores. I have since 1986 conducted 40 pre employment medical drug screens for employment as an ordinary seaman/engineer and class a trucker, wherein only one identified high metal content comprised of copper, vandium, glass, lead etc. said to be digesting in the stomach, when in reality object(s) are in the bottom of the ascending colon. I do recollect swallowing by accident a microscope lens in 1972 due to drug induction so as to eleviate the problems of another person, wherein the drugs were administred criminally and actually gun powder was detonated
in my face in retaliation for another incident resulting in 3rd degree burns, consequences of which are not easy to recognise. The herniated disc is a disability by itself and is complicated possibly by copper which may cause sypmtoms of muscular scerlosis. The united states apparentely has no intention of removing non surgically and I suspect that objects can be removed with a probe through the rectum, can you legally remove objects lodged within the large intestines with such a probe ? lens weighs about 8 ounces and ultra sound alleged a bullet, origin of which would occure as a result of other illegally induced drugs and applied criminally. Tests as early as 1976 through 1979 should confirm metals, which only concludes that the medical society wants an autotopsy and relingqueshes any proper medical treatment, wherein I would not allow surgery if suggested.

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