What follow are a few excerpts from Jean Guerrero's 10-25-18 Wired Magazine article entitled "My Father Says He's a 'Targeted Individual.' Maybe We All Are." Not surprisingly, the article is a missed opportunity for the most part; however, Ms. Guerrero does manage to eke out a few relevant passages here and there. Note that the place and time of the government harassment alleged by Ms. Guerrero's father occurred in San Diego in the early 2000s, the same place and time as the harassment experienced by my friend Dion Fuller whose trials are described in great detail in my 2015 nonfiction book CHAMELEO: A STRANGE BUT TRUE STORY OF INVISIBLE SPIES, HEROIN ADDICTION, AND HOMELAND SECURITY (available for purchase from OR Books right HERE). If Ms. Guerrero wants to know what most likely occurred to her father (and what is probably still occurring to him), she should get her hands on a copy of CHAMELEO as soon as possible.
In Chapter 19 of CHAMELEO you will find an interview I conducted with a scientist named Richard Schowengerdt, whose optical-camouflage technology was stolen by the U.S. military many years ago and is now being used to torture thousands of innocent civilians all across the country. Back in 2006, the year in which my conversation with Schowengerdt took place, I submitted a shortened version of this revelatory interview to none other than Wired Magazine. The editors of that august publication never responded to my query. Now, twelve years later, Wired chooses to publish this neutered "think-piece" on the same topic which skirts around the most pressing issues related to the unconstitutional harassment of United States citizens (an ongoing--and growing--problem).
You can hear me discuss the illegal harassment of U.S.
citizens at great length in any number of recent interviews archived on my
YouTube Channel, which can be accessed HERE.
As promised, here are a few of the least tone-deaf excerpts from Ms. Guerrero's tepid effort....