US DOD Directive 5240.1R Procedures GOVERNING THE ACTIVITIES OF DOD INTELLIGENCE COMPONENTS THAT AFFECT UNITED STATES PERSONS (December, 1982)

Epigraph Quotes From DOD Directive 5240.1R:

C13.3.1. Experimentation on human subjects conducted by or on behalf of a DoD intelligence component may be undertaken only with the informed consent of the subject, in accordance with guidelines issued by the Department of Health and Human Services, setting out conditions that safeguard the welfare of such subjects.

C13.3.2. DoD intelligence components may not engage in or contract for experimentation on human subjects without approval of the Secretary or Deputy Secretary of Defense, or the Secretary or Under Secretary of a Military Department, as appropriate.

Webmaster Comment: Targeted Individuals I am familiar with, including myself, are NEVER informed of their targeting and NEVER give their informed consent to be human test subjects. Clearly the DOD is guilty of violating this 1982 directive! The US military has been in violation of the Nuremburg Code and Geneva Convention as well as it’s own rules for many decades. I say: Court Martial these traitors for treason, torture and murder, then execute them and send them to hell where they belong.

A nation is comprised of its land, people, history, language, laws, and innumerable cultural traditions. It may be compromised and destroyed by people, 5th column groups, secret organiztions, and institutions if laws are broken and circumvented.

These crimes against humanity committed by the US military have been paid for with taxpayer dollars and have been ongoing for many decades. We need not blame these crimes on a shadow government. It is the US government itself- and its military-intelligence-academic-medical-corporate establishment that has committed and until now, covered up these crimes against humanity.

God damn the U.S. military for torturing and killing American citizens and thereby violating and indeed, destroying the principles, legal constraints, and Constitutionally-guaranteed, God-given civil liberties that America once stood for! God damn the individuals involved and those who went along to hell. Unfortunately, instead of being punished for their crimes, individuals involved have been rewarded.

US DOD Directive 5240.1R Procedures GOVERNING THE ACTIVITIES OF DOD INTELLIGENCE COMPONENTS THAT AFFECT UNITED STATES PERSONS (December, 1982)

US DOD Directive 5240.1R Procedure 13

TABLE OF CONTENTS

FOREWORD
REFERENCES
DEFINITIONS

CHAPTER 1 – PROCEDURE 1.GENERAL PROVISIONS

C1.1. APPLICABILITY AND SCOPE
C1.2. SCOPE 13
C1.3. INTERPRETATION
C1.4. EXCEPTIONS TO POLICY
C1.5. AMENDMENT

CHAPTER 2 – PROCEDURE 2. COLLECTION OF INFORMATION ABOUT UNITED STATES PERSONS

C2.1. APPLICABILITY AND SCOPE
C2.2. EXPLANATION OF UNDEFINED TERMS
C2.3. TYPES OF INFORMATION THAT MAY BE COLLECTED ABOUT UNITED STATES PERSONS
C2.4. GENERAL CRITERIA GOVERNING THE MEANS USED TO COLLECT 18 INFORMATION ABOUT UNITED STATES PERSONS
C2.5. SPECIAL LIMITATION ON THE COLLECTION OF FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE WITHIN THE UNITED STATES

CHAPTER 3 – PROCEDURE 3. RETENTION OF INFORMATION ABOUT UNITED STATES PERSONS

C3.1. APPLICABILITY
C3.2. EXPLANATION OF UNDEFINED TERMS
C3.3. CRITERIA FOR RETENTION
C3.4. ACCESS AND RETENTION

CHAPTER 4 – PROCEDURE 4. DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION ABOUT UNITED STATES PERSONS

C4.1. APPLICABILITY AND SCOPE
C4.2. CRITERIA FOR DISSEMINATION
C4.3. OTHER DISSEMINATION

CHAPTER 5 – PROCEDURE 5. ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE

C5.1. PART 1. ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE IN THE UNITED STATES FOR INTELLIGENCE PURPOSES
C5.2. PART 2. ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES FOR INTELLIGENCE PURPOSES
C5.3. PART 3. SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES

C5.4. PART 4. TECHNICAL SURVEILLANCE COUNTERMEASUSRES

C5.5. PART 5. DEVELOPING, TESTING AND CALIBRATION OF ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT

C5.6. PART 6. TRAINING OF PERSONNEL IN THE OPERATION AND USE OF ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS AND SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT
C5.7. PART 7. CONDUCT OF VULNERABILITY AND HEARABILITY SURVEYS
CHAPTER 6 – PROCEDURE 6. CONCEALED MONITORING C6.1. APPLICABILITY AND SCOPE
C6.2. EXPLANATION OF UNDEFINED TERMS
C6.3. PROCEDURES 39 CHAPTER 7 – PROCEDURE 7. PHYSICAL SEARCHES
C7.1. APPLICABILITY AND SCOPE
C7.2. EXPLANATION OF UNDEFINED TERMS
C7.3. PROCEDURES CHAPTER 8 – PROCEDURE 8. SEARCHES AND EXAMINATION OF MAIL

C8.1. APPLICABILITY
C8.2. EXPLANATION OF UNDEFINED TERMS
C8.3. PROCEDURES

CHAPTER 9 – PROCEDURE 9. PHYSICAL SURVEILLANCE

C9.1. APPLICABILITY
C9.2. EXPLANATION OF UNDEFINED TERMS
C9.3. PROCEDURES

CHAPTER 10 – PROCEDURE 10. UNDISCLOSED PARTICIPATION IN ORGANIZATIONS

C10.1. APPLICABILITY
C10.2. EXPLANATION OF UNDEFINED TERMS
C10.3. PROCEDURES FOR UNDISCLOSED PARTICIPATION
C10.4. DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENT

CHAPTER 11 – PROCEDURE 11. CONTRACTING FOR GOODS AND SERVICES
C11.1. APPLICABILITY
C11.2. PROCEDURES
C11.3. EFFECT OF NONCOMPLIANCE

CHAPTER 12 – PROCEDURE 12. PROVISION OF ASSISTANCE TO LAW ENFORCEMENT AUTHORITIES

C12.1. APPLICABILITY
C12.2. PROCEDURES

CHAPTER 13 – PROCEDURE 13. EXPERIMENTATION ON HUMAN SUBJECTS FOR INTELLIGENCE PURPOSES

C13.1. APPLICABILITY
C13.2. EXPLANATION OF UNDEFINED TERMS
C13.3. PROCEDURES

CHAPTER 14 – PROCEDURE 14. EMPLOYEE CONDUCT

C14.1. APPLICABILITY
C14.2. PROCEDURES

CHAPTER 15 – PROCEDURE 15. IDENTIFYING, INVESTIGATING, AND REPORTING QUESTIONABLE ACTIVITIES

C15.1. APPLICABILITY
C15.2. EXPLANATION OF UNDEFINED TERMS
C15.3. PROCEDURES

REFERENCES

(a ) Executive Order 12333, “United States Intelligence Activities,” December 4, 1981
(b ) Public Law 95-511, “Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978”
(c) DoD Directive 5200.29, “DoD Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) Survey Program,” February 12, 1975
(d ) Chapters 105 and 119 of title 18, United States Code
(e) Public Law 73-416, “Communications Act of 1934,” Section 605
(f) Sections 801-840 of title 10, United States Code, “Uniform Code of Military Justice”
(g ) Agreement Between the Deputy Secretary of Defense and Attorney General, April 5, 1979
(h ) Executive Order 12198, “Prescribing Amendments to the Manual for Courts-Martial, United States, 1969,” March 12, 1980
(i) DoD Directive 5525.5, “DoD Cooperation with Civilian Law Enforcement Officials,” March 22, 1982
(j) DoD Directive 5000.11, “Data Elements and Data Codes Standardization Program,” December 7, 1964
(k ) DoD Directive 5000.19, “Policies for the Management and Control of Information Requirements,” March 12, 1976

C13. CHAPTER 13

PROCEDURE 13. EXPERIMENTATION ON HUMAN SUBJECTS FOR INTELLIGENCE PURPOSES

C13.1. APPLICABILITY

This procedure applies to experimentation on human subjects if such experimentation is conducted by or on behalf of a DoD intelligence component. This procedure does not apply to experimentation on animal subjects.

C13.2. EXPLANATION OF UNDEFINED TERMS

C13.2.1. Experimentation in this context means any research or testing activity involving human subjects, those considered unwitting, those targeted for surveillance and those charged with a crime that may expose such subjects to the possibility of permanent or temporary injury (including physical or psychological damage and damage to the reputation of such persons) beyond the risks of injury to which such subjects are ordinarily exposed in their daily lives.

C13.2.2. Experimentation is conducted on behalf of a DoD intelligence component if it is conducted under contract to that component or to another DoD Component for the benefit of the intelligence component or at the request of such a component regardless of the existence of a
contractual relationship.

C13.2.3. Human subjects in this context includes any person whether or not such person is a United States person.

C13.3. PROCEDURES

C13.3.1. Experimentation on human subjects conducted by or on behalf of a DoD intelligence component may be undertaken only with the informed consent of the subject, in accordance with guidelines issued by the Department of Health and Human Services, setting out conditions that safeguard the welfare of such subjects.

C13.3.2. DoD intelligence components may not engage in or contract for experimentation on human subjects without approval of the Secretary or Deputy Secretary of Defense, or the Secretary or Under Secretary of a Military Department, as appropriate.

One Reply to “US DOD Directive 5240.1R Procedures GOVERNING THE ACTIVITIES OF DOD INTELLIGENCE COMPONENTS THAT AFFECT UNITED STATES PERSONS (December, 1982)”

  1. Amen to your comment… Yes, these evil entities who have no heart will absolutely be damned by God. My son, who has likely been a TI for 30 years, was actually fairly clear thinking today… almost like himself. What happened? Did someone go on vacation? The thing about it is, that when he is clear thinking, he describes quite well what is being done to him. He mentioned today that it was just one or two people when he was young, then, especially over the last year or two, he is constantly being mentally accosted by these negative and degrading and slandering overseers. How deplorable! How disgusting! How evil? Just ask the mothers who wondered for years what had happened to her children. Fortunately, I found out. And fortunately, I have lots of faith that God will mop up the floor with these wicked people and the spirit forces that make it all happen. Thank you Dr. Karlstrom! Thank you for your dedication to this cause!

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