Mind Control in Action? Kalamazoo Killer Claims Uber App Made Him Do it!


The man charged with killing six people in Kalamazoo claims that it was not by his own intentions that he killed at random. Instead, he claims that the actual Uber App made him do it! He says he was being controlled by his cell phone, and that he felt an artificial presence with him. It is very possible that artificial intelligence is used in mind control applications. For example, the shooter of the navy yard back in 2013, Aaron Alexis, claimed that he was under the influence of frequencies, by inscribing on his shotgun ‘My Elf Weapon’. Elf stands for “extremely low frequency,” while that doesn’t seem like much it states a whole lot about what was going on with Aaron.

For those who are familiar with this technology, it is well understood that this is used in programs such as H.A.A.R.P. It has also been reported by several government whistle blowers, and even political activists that they suspected a ‘ELF weapon’ was being used on them.

The report about the carvings is most interesting, because it seems to confirm the claim made by Alexis that 3 men were following him using an ELF weapon while he was in his hotel room. He even filed a report to the Newport, Rhode Island Police stating these claims. Aaron stated he had to change his hotel 3 different times because these people were using the microwave machine on him.

The ELF weapon, used on many political activists, is not the only known “microwave” weapon in existence. There are many reports that people have come under the influence of some sort of frequency. In those reports, claims about being ‘out of control’ is the norm. Which means, that the Kalamazoo killer, claiming to be under the influence of an application is not that far stretched.

DETROIT — A man charged with killing six people in a series of shootings in southwestern Michigan interspersed with stints as an Uber driver told investigators he was being controlled by the ride-hailing app through his cellphone, police said Monday.

According to a police report, Jason Dalton told authorities, “it feels like it is coming from the phone itself” and he didn’t know how to describe that. He also described something “like an artificial presence,” the report said.

Dalton is charged with murder and attempted murder in the Kalamazoo-area shootings Feb. 20 outside an apartment complex, a restaurant and at a car lot. Two people survived. Investigators say Dalton didn’t know the victims and described the shootings as “random.” They still are trying to determine a motive. A judge earlier this month ordered Dalton to undergo a mental competency exam.

The details are in documents released by the Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety and Kalamazoo County sheriff’s office in response to public records requests by The Associated Press and others.

Dalton’s attorney, Eusebio Solis, did not immediately respond to an email Monday seeking comment.

Works Cited

AP. “Man charged in Kalamazoo shootings says Uber app made him do it.” CBS. . (2016): . . http://www.cbsnews.com/news/man-charged-in-kalamazoo-shootings-says-uber-app-controlled-him-jason-dalton/

Andrew Pontbriand. “Aaron Alexis Carved ‘My ELF Weapon’ on the Stock of his Shotgun.” Intellihub. . (2013): . . http://www.infowars.com/aaron-alexis-carved-my-elf-weapon-on-the-stock-of-his-shotgun/