In Sedgewick County, Kansas, James Walbert told the court that he wanted his former business partner to stop harassing him with "jolts of radiation" controlling his mind. Walbert won, making the protection order the first of its kind.
Walbert claimed he began hearing tones which were electronically generated, feeling electric shocks, and could hear ringing and popping. The notion that one can be harassed by electronic means may make some laugh, but is a serious matter for others.
Missouri Republican Jim Guest, who is drafting legislation that will ban such harassment, will include a section which addresses RFID chips being forcibly implanted [SN reported]. The UN and EU are also looking into "electromagnetic terrorism."