Friday, May 4, 2012

Was meth deliberately left in cell with Chong to increase his torment?


The DEA said Chong told agents he had been at the house that was raided "to get high with his friends" and later admitted that he used a white powdery substance found in his cell that tested positive for methamphetamine.
Iredale confirmed Chong had stayed with friends the night of April 20 to "celebrate" the day heralded by many marijuana aficionados "in the typical way -- by smoking some pot."
But the attorney said the meth found in the cell was not his client's and was there before his arrival.
"The DEA's protocol was so sloppy that somebody who was a previous prisoner secreted a small amount of meth in a plastic bag inside a blanket," Iredale said.
from UCSD student's 5-day ordeal in DEA jail sparks outrage, anger

As anyone who's read my previous entries on Chong's ordeal knows, I assume he was deliberately tortured, probably precisely because he was found innocent. (SRA is most effective against those known to be innocent, since this requires the abuser to motivate him/herself through sheer hostility to human beings, thus aligning the will-region will with underlying demonic will.) It is disgusting that every "serious" inquiry is ignoring the evidence that he was deliberately tortured, but then, pulling on that thread would open a Pandora's box.

So, I also suspect that the meth found in his cell was left there by his torturers, knowing that he might eat it out of desperation, and that it would serve to heighten his torment.

Those responsible have long disappeared, and I suspect that not even the head of the DEA office knows who they were, although he might know who would know who would know....  Unfortunately, it's ultimately a State Secret. ("State">65>11, the number of black magic, which Satanism pretends to be, and "secret">70, so that "state secret">135>9, one of Satanism's "magical" numbers.)