Melanie Vritschan and her staff at ICATOR were quite busy this past week with a microchip implant scanning event on Wednesday and Thursday and a community-wide conversation with their prospective international class action lawsuit attorney on Wednesday evening (morning in the US).
The microchip scanning session included 15 participants who were scanned once in the morning and once in the afternoon. There was one scanning session holding the scan device and one without.
During the session when they held the device, they basically self-scanned inside the Faraday cage wherever they believed the implants were located. This process usually works well since most victims have some idea where their implants are located as they usually feel them.
The social events went well, including dinners at a local restaurant. The participants mostly came from various parts of Europe, except for Toshiko, who managed to journey all the way there from Japan.
The paperwork along with the results will likely be available in approximately a couple weeks to a month, surmises Melanie Vritschan, President of ICATOR as was the case for their last scanning session a few years ago.
The pictures above were taken of Melanie Vritschan and other participants this week, one of which was at a local Brussels restaurant called, the Brasserie Kwak.
COMMUNITY CONVERSATION WITH THE EUROPEAN CLASS ACTION ATTORNEY
On Monday, during an invite-only meeting with the prospective attorney, it was decided that the lawyer should meet with the entire community and give an overview of the case.
One important development: The attorney stated that in light of new information he has received from TI's, such as graphic pictures of microwave burns and other horrific suffering that he will pursue criminal penalties for crimes of torture instead of developing a civil case. In the European legal system, a civilian may apparently initiate criminal charges when the judge is presented with evidence.
This varies somewhat with the American legal system, where it is solely the discretion of the district attorney or a city prosecutor as to whether to initiate a criminal case. This evidently means that success here would probably result in jail or prison time for the perpetrators. This, I believe would satisfy many in our community if that were to start happening.
The next step: fundraising for the $18,000 retainer fee!