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US Government Tricking Mothers into Killing Their Children

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US Government Tricking Mothers into Killing Their Children

The US government has classified harassment technology that can trick people
into believing they are hearing voices no one else can hear. The US government
is giving access to this classified technology to harassment groups who use it
against people they target. Mothers who claim to have killed their children
because God told them to do it may have been targeted by these harassment
groups, who were given access to this technology. This technology is operated
from a neighboring house and can be used to trick an unsuspecting targeted
person living next-door into believing God is speaking to him or her. This
technology was developed to protect the national security of the United States
but has been turned against its own citizens. To learn more, please read the
website listed below. Also, please send this information to your Senator and
Representative in Washington, DC. A recent case of a mother killing her
children because she claimed God told her to do it could be the handiwork of
the United States government. I listed the article below.

My website:


Sheriff: Mother said God told her to kill sons
Suspect alternately crying, praying in cell, he says
Monday, May 12, 2003 Posted: 4:19 PM EDT (2019 GMT)

TYLER, Texas (CNN) -- Deanna LaJune Laney, the woman accused of killing two of
her three young sons last weekend, is acting erratically in her jail cell, an
East Texas sheriff told CNN.

"She goes from a fetal position of crying, to walking around the cell singing
gospel music. She stops and prays, then she goes into a crying hysteria," Smith
County Sheriff J. B. Smith said. "She all of a sudden realizes what she's done,
then she'll go into a flatline, blank stare."

Laney, 38, is under a suicide watch, according to The Associated Press.

The church choir member who told authorities that God told her to kill her
children now faces capital murder charges in the deaths of her 8- and
6-year-old sons, he said. Smith said the children "had been severely beaten in
the head with what appeared to be a rock."

A third son, 14-month-old Aaron, was in critical condition Monday at Dallas
Children's Hospital, and Laney faces aggravated assault charges in his beating,
according to the sheriff's department.

Smith said that after the killings early Saturday, Laney made a 911 call on her
cellular phone and spoke in a "very calm, matter-of-fact way. She told a
dispatcher, 'I've killed my boys,'" Smith said.

Bail has been set at $3 million, and a lawyer has been appointed for Laney, he

A sheriff's department spokeswoman said deputies responded at 12:52 a.m.
Saturday to the New Chapel Hill home, about seven miles outside of Tyler.

When officers arrived, they entered the house and found Aaron in his crib,
bludgeoned and with a pillow over his head, but still breathing. Laney was not
there, but continued to talk calmly on the phone, Smith said.

Officers found the woman, wearing bloody clothes, in a wooded area about 100
yards behind her house, the sheriff said.

Laney described where her other two children could be found but refused to go
there herself, he said.

Her husband was apparently asleep inside the house during the attack because he
came walking out "in his nightclothes," the sheriff said.

Smith said the children's father was still in shock and has not yet been
interviewed, but investigators hope to speak to him Monday.

"Any time you're dealing with children, it's such a devastating thing," Smith
said. "It's so emotional to see something like this that makes absolutely no

He said the Laneys were a "very stable, loving family" and that the suspect has
no history of mental illness.

Two years ago, another Texas woman, Andrea Yates, drowned her five children
while suffering from postpartum depression and psychosis. She told authorities
that Satan told her to kill the children. Despite a documented history of
mental illness, a jury rejected her plea of innocent by reason of insanity and
convicted her of murder. Yates was sentenced to life in prison but will be
eligible for parole in 40 years.

Laney sang at the First Assembly of God Church where her brother-in-law, Gary
Bell, is the pastor, according to The Associated Press.

"This was a brutal and horrific incident that has changed our lives [and will]
for years to come," Bell said during a service Sunday. "But we all believe as a
family that this wasn't our Dee that did this to her children."

Neighbors, too, were at a loss to explain what went wrong.

"There's no way in the world that I would believe she would do this without
something taking over her and something snapping in her," a neighbor said.

"It is absolutely devastating to the neighborhood," he said.


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