James talks to Derrick Robinson, President of the human rights organization, Freedom From Covert Harassment and Surveillance (FFCHS). The group has been in existence since 2005 addressing the issues of organized stalking and remote electronic assaults.
The secret research and deployment of these devices and techniques
affects multitudes of people in this country and the world, who are
mostly unaware of their existence. FFCHS seeks to raise public awareness of the human atrocities that are occurring as a result of the abuse of these technologies, as well as a congressional hearing and investigation to expose and stop the perpetrators of these crimes.
Shortly before his death, Navy Yard Shooter Aaron Alexis was in touch with FFCHS via email to obtain the organization’s support for what he believed were electronic assaults, possibly emanating from the Navy Yard compound.
In January, 2011, Derrick Robinson was featured in a program by Canadian TV show host, Richard Syrett for his “The Conspiracy Show,” was consulted extensively in Jesse Ventura’s 2012 season of Conspiracy Theory for an episode entitled, “Brain Invaders,” interviewed by the Washington Post in 2006, appeared on KMIR-TV in Palm Springs, California in November, 2012, for their news story about electronic harassment.
In 2013 and 2014 he was featured in the Super Soldiers/Mind Control Summit in Las Vegas, Nevada and has spoken on numerous radio talkshow programs around the web, such as George Noory’s Coast to Coast AM, Kerry Cassidy’s Project Camelot: The Legacy of A Nation, and Pinkney to Pinkney.
Robinson holds a B.A. in Speech and Theater from Ohio Wesleyan University and a Certificate from the Broadcasting Institute of Maryland. He can be heard regularly via the organization’s Saturday Night Podcast on Talkshoe.com.