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April 14, 2011

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October 10, 2007

Dear Member of the Legislature and Friends:

This letter is to ask for your help for the many constituents in our country who are being affected unjustly by electronic weapons torture and covert harassment groups. Serious privacy rights violations and physical injuries have been caused by the activities of these groups and their use of so-called non-lethal weapons on men, women, and even children.

I am asking you to play a role in helping these victims and also stopping the massive movement in the use of Verichip and RFID technologies in tracking Americans.

Long before Verichip was known we were testing these devices on Americans, many without their knowledge or consent. With the new revelations of the cancer risk besides the privacy and human rights problems with the use of Verichip and RF signals, I am asking for your help in stopping these abuses and aiding those already affected. Your attendance is therefore requested at a conference call regarding these issues on Monday, October 29, at 11 am EST. After a period of brief presentations, we will have a discussion of these issues with the intent of creating a way forward toward solutions. Here is the call-in information:

TIME/DAY: Monday, October 29, 11 am EST
CALL-IN NUMBER: 1-605-475-8590
ROOM NUMBER: 5888200
To R.S.V.P or for questions, please call: 1-817-269-0301

Sincerely,
Rep. Jim Guest
District Office: 660-535-6664
Capitol Office: 573-751-0246

Jim Guest is a former aerospace engineer, and current farmer, small business owner, and Republican member of the Missouri House of Representatives from District 5. Founder of L.A.R.I. (Legislators Against Real ID) and The Committee for America’s Freedom, to pass legislation in every state to repeal the Real ID. He was born in King City, and graduated from King City R-I High School in 1958. He then received a B.S. degree in mechanical engineering from University of Missouri–Rolla, in 1962, and a master’s degree in engineering management in 1970 from the same school. From 1962 through 1974, he worked as an aerospace engineer in California and St. Louis, Missouri. He is a member of the Star Chapel United Methodist Church, the King City and Albany Chambers of Commerce, the Missouri Cattleman’s Association, the Missouri Farm Bureau and Missouri Park Association. He has also served as a representative for Missouri on the National Pork Producers Council. He was first elected to the Missouri House of Representatives in 2002, winning reelection in 2004. He currently serves on the following committees: Fiscal Review (chair), Oversight committee, Agri-business,
Health Care Policy, Corrections and State Institutions. He supported the Ron Paul presidential campaign, 2008 (Wikipedia).

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