FOIA REQUESTFOR NONCONSENSUAL HUMAN EXPERIMENTATION OF ELOISE ADAMS (Department of Defense, Office of the Secretary of Defense)

Eloise Adams filed this request with the Department of Defense, Office of the Secretary of Defense of the United States of America.
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19-F-0302

Multi Request FOIA REQUESTFOR NONCONSENSUAL HUMAN EXPERIMENTATION OF ELOISE ADAMS
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From: Eloise Adams


To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act, I hereby request the following records:

:Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
FOIA Officer
675 North Randolph Street
Arlington, VA 22203-2114
(703) 526-6

10/13/2018

I am writing for a FOIA request due to Non-Consensual Human Experimentation with no informed Consent nor Knowledge. And extreme victimization, harassment, surveillance, targeting, and deprivation of Constitutional, Civil, and Human Rights and Freedoms due to : DOD/DARPA OFFICE OF INFORMATION PROCESSING TECHNIQUES AND BEHAVIOR SCIENCES FOR ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, COMMAND & CONTROL (BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION OR BRAINWASH) NONCONSENSUAL HUMAN RESEARCH

The sources of my targeting and gangstalking as a result of the partnership of the State of Illinois SmartState Blockchain Initiative and the DOD AND DARPA PROGRAM CALLED THE DARPA OFFICE OF INFORMATION PROCESSING TECHNIQUE AND BEHAVIOR SCIENCES FOR ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE COMMAND AND CONTROL. ALSO KNOWN AS BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION or BRAINWASH. I BECAME VICTIMIZED AS AN EMPLOYEE FOR THE STATE OF ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES AS OF 2016-CURRENT.

My hair falling out and not growing. darkening of my skin. Muscle loss. Teeth decay. Shaking a lot (CNS). PROGRAM USED SILENT TALK WHICH USES THE BRAINS EEG WAVE PATTERNS. Eyes/vision. Vertigo; everything I warned everyone I was going through since 2016.

DARPA’s Projects, XG, Robotic assured Military communication, CALO; Cognitive Impairment (ADDHD and Optical), and Silent Talk; to identify EEG patterns for words and transmit for covert communications or Telepathy were part of the tests using data mining the optic pattern, DNA, and more. This computer-mediated telepathy allows user-to-user communication through analysis of neural signals. The research aims to detect and analyze the word-specific neural signals, using EEG, which occur before speech is vocalized, and to see if the patterns are generalizable. As of 2009 the research is focused on military uses. Used asa guinea pig of these programs went for tests.
I am harassed and stalked and surveillanced by Silent Talk, Computer Mediated Telepathy, (EEG PATTERNS), helicopters, planes, drones, satellites for Military and Intelligence research testing on behalf of the Department Of Defense/DARPA/Military daily as a result of DARPA’s Office Of Information Processing Techniques and Behavior Sciences for Artificial Intelligence Command & Control (aka Behavior Modification/BRAINWASH Research). , I have witnesses, videos, photos, documents which I was selected as an employee for the State of Illinois Department of Human Services from the partnership of the DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE and the STATE OF ILLINOIS for the ILLINOIS SMARTSTATE BLOCKCHAIN INITIATIVE 2016. I am requesting all research documents I am NONCONSENSUALLY a listed on. Names of those responsible for the research between DARPA and the State of Illinois ehich my name is listed o. To include all electronic, written, oral, verbal agreements and correspondence emails, research records, Air Force flight documents for Kankakee County, Illinois. I am seeking records and warrants for electronic surveillance and fusion center surveillance at State of Illinois fusion centers (Chicago - CPIC, and Springfield-STIC), Contracts, Transportarion logs for aircraft (helicopters, planes, drones, satellites) within Kankakee County, Illinois specifically the cities of Kankakee, Illinois, Bradley, Illinois, Bourbonnais, Illinois flying above around my home (362 Stratford Court, Bourbonnais, Illinois, 60914), job (285 N. Schuyler Avenue, Kankakee, Illinois, 60901), family homes, and while out in public venues in Kankakee County Illinois, any electronic or paper documents for which I am and have been placed on relating to the Joint Terrorism Watch List, written or oral agreements for the monitoring and electronic surveillance, fusion gps tracking, notes on the conversations and communications with invoices, payment records, directives, memorandums, emails, paper, or electronic correspondence between the State of Illinois Government, Department Of Healthcare and Human Services, DARPA & Department Of Defense, Department Of Justice, Department Of Homeland Security, FAA, Office of Government Information Services, CIA, NSA, NASA, US Air Force Space Command, US Air Force Vandenberg Base and Western Test Range, Illinois Board of Higher Education (University of Illinois (Chicago, Springfield, Urbana Champaign, Northwestern Illinois University, Brown University) ,

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 20 business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Eloise Adams

From: Department of Defense, Office of the Secretary of Defense

An interim response, stating the request is being processed.

From: Eloise Adams

The Secretary Of Defense partnered with the State Of Illinois Government for the Illinois SmartState Initiative. It is under this initiative I have been harassed and violated in Illinois by the Department Of Defense, the Government Of Illinois, UI LABS, DMDII. I am requesting a cease and desist from the Department Of Defense, DMDII, UI LABS, and any or all academia institutions involved 12/10/2018.

October 30, 2014
Mayor Emanuel, Governor Quinn, Senator Durbin and UI Labs Break Ground on Chicago’s Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute
94,000-Square-Foot Facility Will House First-of-its-Kind Research Institute for Digital Manufacturing; Transforming Chicago into a World-Class Advanced Manufacturing hub is a Key Tenant of the Plan for Economic Growth and Jobs
Mayor's Press Office 312.744.3334

Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Governor Pat Quinn, Senator Dick Durbin, UI LABS today broke ground on the future headquarters of UI Labs and the new Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute (DMDII). DMDII will reduce development and deployment costs for U.S. manufacturers, create billions of dollars in value for the industrial marketplace and spur long-term economic growth and job creation in Chicago. The facility, a cornerstone of the City’s efforts to become a national leader in advanced manufacturing, is located at 1333 Hickory Avenue on Goose Island and is scheduled to open in the first quarter of 2015.

“Manufacturing has been an important part of Chicago’s past and we are making sure that the next generation of advanced digital manufacturing will play an even greater role in our future. This is an important milestone in a long effort and a larger strategy to put the City of Chicago front and center of the digital manufacturing revolution,” Mayor Emanuel said. “The research that comes out of DMDII will underpin the products, the patents, and the production of so many new technologies, create new companies and help us attract existing companies to Chicago, and most importantly, create and sustain a new generation of good-paying jobs right here in the City of Chicago.”

Renderings of the soon to be completed space were also released today. Designed by architecture firm Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill, the DMDII space plays on the idea of transparency by adding glass storefronts and window bays to the existing building’s exterior. Glass walls, exposed plumbing and mechanical systems reinforce the theme and foster an open, collaborative environment. The completed building will include a manufacturing floor for demonstrations, classrooms, a lecture hall and collaborative meeting rooms. The City of Chicago has committed $10 million towards facility design and construction.

Leveraging a co-investment of $70 million from the U.S. Department of Defense matched by investment from industry, university, and state and local government partners, DMDII will help U.S. manufacturers increase productivity through a more effective use of data across every stage of the manufacturing process.

“DMDII will enable Illinois to lead the nation in a 21st century manufacturing renaissance, which is precisely why I worked hard over the past two years to help bring the Institute to our state,” said Senator Durbin. “World-class partners from around the state and across the country—including General Electric, John Deere, Caterpillar and Boeing—will work to improve manufacturing efficiency to create new opportunities for businesses and workers. DMDII will make our small and midsize manufacturers more competitive globally by allowing them to integrate computing capabilities throughout design, testing and production. But most importantly, the Institute will be a great source of innovation, development and economic growth in our state and position us as a leader in the field for years to come.”
statement from Governor Of Illinois: I've made this facility a major priority for Illinois by personally making our case to both the White House and Secretary of Defense, as well as securing key private sector partners because I know how important this institution will be to revitalizing our manufacturing industry," Governor Quinn said. "The Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute will help keep Illinois' economic comeback going. I'm pleased to break ground on this facility that will solidify Illinois' position as a high-tech manufacturing hub, support our growing technology and innovation sectors and create jobs across the state."

DMDII demonstrates Chicago’s increasing prominence as a national leader in advanced manufacturing. The Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute is a public-private consortium that brings together over 40 leading manufacturing and technology companies with more than 30 university, government and community partners, including Boeing, Caterpillar, Dow Chemical, General Electric, Illinois Tool Works, Iowa State University, John Deere, Lockheed Martin, Microsoft, Northwestern University, Northern Illinois University, PARC, Purdue University, Procter & Gamble, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rolls Royce, Siemens, University of Chicago, University of Iowa, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University of Louisville and University of Texas at Austin.

From: Eloise Adams

DMDII

The Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute (DMDII) is where innovative manufacturers go to forge their futures. In partnership with UI LABS and the Department of Defense, DMDII equips U.S. factories with the digital tools and expertise they need to begin building every part better than the last. As a result, our more than 300 partners increase their productivity and win more business.

DMDII has invested approximately $90 million in more than 60 applied research and development projects in areas including design; product development; systems engineering; future factories; agile, resilient supply chains; and cybersecurity.

The Institute operates from a nearly 100,000-square-foot innovation center near downtown Chicago. Its factory floor features some of the most advanced manufacturing equipment in the world, which partners can use for experimentation and training on everything from augmented reality to advanced simulation techniques.
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INDUSTRY TIER 1:

Dow
Lockheed Martin Corporation
McKinsey
Rolls-Royce
Siemens PLM Software Inc.
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Autodesk
Boeing
Caterpillar
Coca-Cola
Deere and Company
Duracell
Illinois Tool Works (ITW)
Johnson & Johnson
Microsoft
Stanley Black & Decker
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Bain & Company
Faurecia
General Electric (GE)
Northrop Grumman
Raytheon Company
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3D Systems
3rd Dimension
89Robotics
Accu Solve Group
ACE Clearwater
Advanced Dimensional Management LLC
Advanced Engineering Solutions USA Inc
Aegis Software
AE Machines
Alicona
Alta Via Consulting
Altizon
AMI Global
Amper Technologies
Anark Corporation
Applied Automation Technologies
Applied Optimization Inc
aPriori Technologies, Inc.
APX Labs, Inc.
ARC Advisory Group
Arconic Power and Propulsion
Arc Precision
Aris Technology
Arthur D. Little Inc.
Arysen Corporation
Astronautics Corporation of America
Atlas Tool Works
Aunalytics
Ausco, Inc.
Authenticiti
Authentise, Inc.
Aztec Plastic Company
Beacon Interactive
BEET
Belden Tools Inc.
Big Kaiser
Bluvision
Bosch
Capvidia
Catalytic
CGTech
CH Hanson
Chicago Scenic Studios
Chicago White Metal Casting
ChromoLogic
CIMdata, Inc.
Cimetrix Inc.
Cisco Systems, Inc.
C-Labs Corporation
ClearBlade
ClearObject
Composite Solutions and Digital Manufacturing LLC
Computer Aided Technology
ConfigureOne
Connected Global Factory
Crafts Technology
Craig Technologies
CreateASoft
CyberPoint International
CyPhy Works
Daqri
Deloitte Consulting
Design Interactive Inc.
Design Mill
Devbridge Group, LLC
Dimensional Control Systems
DiMonte Group
DMR International
Dozuki
DP Technology Corp
Dynamic Motion Control
E-gineering
Ekta Flow LLC
Electric Imp
EMNS Inc
Engineering Digital Industry
Entrigna
Erwin Junker Machinery, Inc.
ESI North America
Eural USA
Factory Physics
Factory Right, LLC
Feralloy Corporation
Festo Automation Group
FlexLab
FlexLink Systems Inc (Coesia)
Forcam
Ford
Fraight Inc.
Fujitsu Network Communications, Inc.
Future Way Designs
Galois
Genesis Systems Group, LLC
Global Data Sciences
Godwin Global
Green Dynamics
Grote Industries
Hallsten Innovations
Halock Security Labs
Hapco Inc
Harbec, Inc.
Hardinge
Hertzler
HL Precision Manufacturing, Inc.
iBASEt
Identify 3D
Imprimis, Inc.
Industrial Measurement Systems
Industrial Network Systems
Integris Group LLC
Integrity Technology Solutions
Intel
International TechneGroup Incorporated
iSynergy Inc
ITAMCO
ITRI International Inc.
Janeiro Digital
Kent Displays
Knoldus
L & J Omnico AGV
Lexmark International
Light Guide Systems
LMI
Lonsberry Engineering
Machine Metrics Inc.
MachiningCloud
MakerSweet
MakeTime
MAL USA
Manpower Group Public Sector Inc.
Mantel Technologies
Manufacturing Laboratories
Manufacturing Systems Insights, Inc.
Marshall, Gerstein & Borun
Mastercam
Materials Data Management, Inc.
Mazak Corporation
Mechdyne Corporation
Mercury Marine
MetaMorph, Inc.
Metrologic Group
MetroSage LLC
MFG.com
Mitutoyo
ML Design Technologies
Montronix
MSC Software Corp.
NarrativeWave
Neal Analytics
Nimbis
Northwest Analytics
Okuma
Omative
OneFire
OptiPro Systems
Optimax Systems
Orion Quality Software
Oshkosh
Palo Alto Research Center
Panduit Corporation
Parallel Works
PDA LLC
PDES, Inc.
Physna
Predictronics Corporation
Procter & Gamble
ProMANAGE
ProPlanner
Proto Labs
PTC, Inc.
Punditas
Quality Tools & Abrasives Inc.
QuesTek Innovations LLC
RAF Automation
RCM Industries, Inc.
Rescale Inc
Retologic
Rockwell Automation
Rockwell Collins
Sage Clarity LLC
Sandvik Coromant
Sanmina
SantosHuman Inc
SBP Consulting Inc.
Scientific Forming Technologies Corp
Scope Technologies US Inc.
Scytec
SensrTrx
Sentient Science
Shape Fidelity
Shure Inc.
Sibley Machine and Foundry Corp
Sigmaxim Inc.
Sigmetrix
SimInsights
Simio
Sivyer Steel Corporation
SPIRE
Spirit AeroSystems
Star Lab Corp
Steelcase
STEP Tools, Inc.
Superior Joining Technologies
Supply Dynamics
SWARM Engineering
Tech Soft 3D, Inc
TechSolve
Tesla Motors
The Innovation Machine
The Lucrum Group
The Northridge Group
ThingWeaver Solutions
Third Wave Systems
Transco Products
Tru-Fab Technology
Tucker Innovations Inc.
Tulip
Twin City Die Castings
TYGES International
Universal Electric
Universal Technical Resource Services
VANTIQ
Virtual Systems Engineering
Visible Assets
Vision Three
Visi-Trak Worldwide
Warwick Analytics
Weasler Engineering Inc
Wes-Tech Automation Solutions
Wipro, LLC
Wittenstein
Wrightwood Precision Products
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Iowa State University (ISU)
Northwestern University
Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
University of Cincinnati
University of Illinois-Chicago (UIC)
University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign (UIUC)
University of Michigan
University of Nebraska – Lincoln (UN-L)
University of Texas at Austin (UT)
Zuken USA Inc.

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Auburn University
Case Western Reserve University
Georgia Tech (Georgia Tech Research Corp.)
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Oregon State University (OSU)
Purdue University
University of Colorado Boulder
University of Iowa
University of North Carolina – Charlotte (UNCC)
University of Wisconsin – Madison
Wayne State University
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American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
Arizona State University (ASU)
Clemson University
CUBRC
Eastern Iowa Community College
Indiana University (IU)
Mississippi State University
North Carolina State University
Northeastern University
Northern Illinois University (NIU)
Ohio State University
Pennsylvania State University (PSU)
Southwest Research Institute (SwRI)
Texas State University
University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB)
University of Central Florida
University of Kentucky
University of Washington
Vanderbilt University
Virginia Tech
Western Illinois University
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Alabama Technology Network
Alliance for Industry & Manufacturing
American Foundry Society (AFS)
American Gear Manufacturers Association (AGMA)
AR for Enterprise Alliance (AREA)
Association for Manufacturing Technology (AMT)
Bethel New Life
Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership
Dimensional Metrology Standards Consortium, Inc.
Diverse Manufacturing Supply Chain Alliance
Edison Welding Institute, Inc. (EWI)
Fabricator and Manufacturers Association
Gateway Technical College
George Mason University
Golden Corridor Advanced Manufacturing Partnership
Heartland Science and Technology Group
Illinois Manufacturing Excellence Center
IPC International
Lawrence Technological University
Manufacturing Renaissance
Metropolitan State University of Denver
MTConnect Institute
NCMS (National Center for Manufacturing Sciences)
North American Die Casting Association (NADCA)
Quad Cities Chamber
Quad City Manufacturing Laboratory
Rocky Mountain Technology Alliance, Inc.
Science Olympiad
SME (formally Society of Manufacturing Engineers)
The Organization for Machine Automation and Control
The US Mexico Foundation for Science
University of Alabama-Huntsville (UAH)
University of New Hampshire
Visionary Center for Sustainable Communities
World Business Chicago (WBC)

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From: Department of Defense, Office of the Secretary of Defense

Good Morning,

We are in receipt of your follow-up emails to the above mentioned FOIA request. We sent you our final response to you on December 13, 2018.

We have attached another copy for your convenience.

Thank you,

Toni Wilkerson
Government Information Specialist
Freedom of Information Division
OSD/JS FOIA Requester Service Center
Office: (571) 372-0429
NIPR: antoninette.r.wilkerson.civ@mail.mil

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