Open Letter to Congress on Surveillance Abuse

By Janet Phelan

We are asking you to please consider signing the letter below, which will go to members of the US Congress, asking for an investigation into our claims. It will also be sent out as a press release to numerous publications. We are asking you to sign your name as well as to include your city and state. Congress and the press need to know the extent and pervasiveness of this issue.

Upon signing the letter–and a digital signature is fine here–please return the letter to Frank Allen at

After the election of 2016 it was discovered that the US government had violated its core principles in that certain public officials used their position to literally negate the 1st Amendment, 4th and 14th Amendments to our Constitution and use what was known to be a false document to spy on a political campaign through use of a FISA warrant.  If our leaders and potential leaders cannot escape the deeds of those members of the political elite who do not respect America’s core values how can a private citizen’s rights be safe?

Ostensibly legalized in the USA PATRIOT Act, the surveillance authorities expired in March of 2020, when Congress failed to come to an agreement on their reform and/or reauthorization. Since that time, Senators Lee and Leahy have made an official inquiry to AG William Barr and DNI John Ratcliffe, asking under what legal umbrella the surveillance of American citizens is continuing.  More recently, forty-one Congressmen sent a letter asking detailed questions as to the legality of the continued surveillance.  At this time, neither letter has resulted in a reply.

In fact, the Carter Page surveillance is only a blip in what has become a massive FBI and NSA intrusion on privacy rights. The undersigned, who are ordinary American citizens, do declare that we have also experienced “surveillance abuse” and its corollaries, which can involve organized stalking, microwave and directed energy attacks as well as chemical weapons attacks. Non-consensually implanted chips or other forms of implants have also been documented and are of grave concern for both privacy and health.

None other than former NSA Technical Director and whistleblower William Binney, who was the subject of an Oliver Stone documentary, A Good American, is now declaring that he has been subjected to surveillance abuse and unconventional weapons attacks. In a recent interview with Ann Vandersteel, Binney stated that “I have been experiencing a lot of pain at certain times…..I had x-rays of my leg which show….an implant.” He went on to say that “…we have been able to influence the pain with magnets….other evidence using magnetic fields to try to show that there is something there that is reacting to a magnetic field.”

Other ordinary Americans have been able to ascertain that they have been placed on the Terrorist Watchlist in the absence of any terrorist activity or affiliation. Still others are now subject to a shadowy “security rating”–which is entirely different from a credit rating– resulting in the denial of the ability to purchase items, send money via Western Union and even to cash economic stimulus checks or to receive medical attention. These circumstances are redolent of a “social credit” system, which has been publicly launched by China and appears to be less publicly obvious in the US. Social credit systems reward certain types of social interactions and punish those who do not exhibit these behaviors. At risk for the punishment inherent in being deprived of the right to engage in normal economic transactions or receive medical care are whistleblowers and journalists and others who may speak out against oppressive practices. Still others have noted that their communications, including phone calls, letters and emails, have been surveilled and/or disrupted.

The undersigned declare that we have been subjected to one or more of these surveillance abuse mechanisms. We are requesting an honest and thorough investigation by Congress into what is appearing to be an extension of the programs allegedly declared terminated after the Church and Pike hearings of the seventies determined that intelligence agencies were violating the Nuremberg Code in their treatment of ordinary American citizens, through subjecting them to enhanced surveillance and weapons testing.

Thank you

Janet Phelan

DOWNLOAD AND SIGN HERE: Open Letter to Congress October 4, 2020

Janet Phelan is an investigative journalist and author of the groundbreaking exposé, EXILE. Her articles previously appeared in such mainstream venues as the Los Angeles Times, Orange Coast Magazine, Long Beach Press Telegram, etc. In 2004, Janet “jumped ship” and now exclusively writes for independent media. She is also the author of two collections of poetry—The Hitler Poems and Held Captive. She resides abroad. You are invited to support her work on Buy Me A Coffee here:

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