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Secret Files on Jim Moore  Alpha-Omega
 Jul 30, 2003 17:08 PDT 

TO: DDCI - Washington
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NAME: James L. Moore
DOB: 07/02/45
PLACE OF BIRTH: Independence, MO
RACE: Caucasian
HEIGHT: 5'11"
WEIGHT: 165-180
HAIR: Brown
EYES: Blue
SSN: (Redacted)
TDL: (Redacted)
RESIDENCE: 2533 Webb Hollow Road, Williamsport, TN 38487
MARITAL STATUS: Twice divorced (Barbara Schmittou and Trina Holman)
CHILDREN: 2 from first marriage - one male (dob 1969), one female (dob

PERSONAL HABITS: Smokes perhaps a pack a day (Winston Light 100s or
Marker Light 100s), uses no prescription or other drugs (except for
50-mg. Atenolol for rapid pulse following open heart surgery 8-3-2001)
and drinks only occasionally, usually in social surroundings. Enjoys
music (has recorded 7 CDs of "New Age" music), gardening, reading and
nature. He drives a 1980 Datsun 200SX and/or 1988 Nissan pickup, both in
need of repairs. Has no outstanding credit card debts (no credit cards),
but does have a child support obligation. Has a personal checking
account with a balance of less than (redacted). He filed bankruptcy in
2001 following heart surgery and medical expenses in excess of $100,000.
He seems to pass himself off as "a local yokel" of no great expertise or
intelligence. One neighbor thought he was "kind of dumb for a country
guy." Most neighbors have no idea what he does for a living.

Mother: Cleo Elizabeth Branstetter
Father: Obe J. Moore
Stepfather: Floyd Riley
Brothers: None
Sisters: 3 (Susan, Pamela and Patricia - twins)
Born James Loren Moore, he changed his name to James Loren Riley in 1958
(his stepfather's name), then in 1963, just before high school
graduation, reverted to Moore. Subject has said in television interviews
that he didn't know his true identity until he was 12 and discovered his
birth certificate in a box of his mother's papers. He claimed he had
always thought his surname was Branstetter. He was raised in a violent
low-income family and it was learned some years later that his three
younger sisters had been sexually abused (one impregnated) by his
alcoholic stepfather.
In elementary, middle and high school, he had a paper route (Pratt, KS
Daily Tribune) and worked at a paint store and at a local grocery store
after school.
At age 16, he ran away from home, claiming abuse, but was returned. A
year later, he ran away again and lived under the football bleacher
(October) while attending high school. No one knew he was homeless until
he moved into the school basement and was found one morning by a janitor
who came in early to check the furnace and found him asleep. He had
access because the school had provided him a basement lab space to carry
on his scientific research (see Project OBSAT below). Once discovered he
was taken under the wing of the local Lions Club, Rotary Club, Kiwanis
Club and Chamber of Commerce, who provided him with clothes, food and
living quarters at the Calbeck Hotel, where he worked as desk clerk and
janitor to pay his way through high school until graduation.

Graduated from Pratt (KS) HS 1963
Attended University of Kansas (1963-64) - Aerospace Engineering, full
four-year scholarship with guaranteed employment by Martin-Marietta
space contractors (Denver, CO). Apparently dropped out of school because
of problems related to abuse of his sisters back home.
Attended Pratt (KS) Community College (1964) - Journalism - no degree
Graduated from Nashville State Tech Institute (1981) - Computer Sciences

Fairview Lion's Club (1971)
Combat Veterans of America (1997-present)
Who's Who on the Web (1999-2003)
Historical Who's Who - est. 1928 (2003 pending)- "This is the definitive
work on the world's leaders in commerce, economics, policy and trade.
Being nominated is an honor itself. This society was founded in 1928 and
lists professionals whose contributions shape and direct the destiny of
Who's Who in Business (1999)

International Science Fair finalist - 1963
Tennessee Press Association - investigative reporting - 2000
Golden Web Award (1999-2003) - awarded by 100,000 web professionals from
150 nations through International Association for Webmasters & Designers

Classified as expert marksman at age 16 in pistol and rifle; not tested
since., but said to be proficient with a number of weapons and
explosives, as well as in survival and intelligence/surveillance
techniques. Not known to own any firearms.
Experienced in some heavy equipment operation (tractor, bulldozer and
backhoe) with some training in welding and heavy (gas) pipeline
Highly proficient in journalism, publishing, writing, world affairs,
goverment, politics, psychology, music, mathematics, physics,
electronics, computer systems, advertising and marketing, business
management, emergency planning management and implementation, website
design, photography, graphic arts, broadcasting, video editing and

Pratt (KS) Daily Tribune (1964-65) - youngest daily newspaper department
editor in the US or Canada (sources: Editor & Publisher, Publisher's
Auxiliary). He was scheduled to enlist in the USAF but was ultimately
rejected for physical reasons (infected ingrown toenail). Won honors for
his writing and photography from Associated Press. Was promoted from
"cub reporter" to state editor and features editor. Was arrested on
"insufficient funds" check charge ($35) and left the paper; charges were
never pursued. He had been out of town on assignment, he claimed, and
had a tire blowout and the check "made it to the bank before I did." His
stepfather also tried to have him arrested for kidnapping (of his own
sister); he claimed he was "rescuing her" from sexual abuse. She
verified his story and officials refused to serve an arrest warrant.

Cuban Student Directorate (CIA cut-out)(1965). Information officer,
according to published sources he participated in covert military
operations in Cuba.

Federal Reserve Bank (Kansas City, MO) (1965-66). Duties classified.

National Features Syndicate, Chicago, IL (1966-68) CEO - Bob Sorren.
Syndicated columnist and investigative reporter, received covert
assistance from CIA re: matters pertaining to Cuba and Fidel Castro,
worked with Israeli Embassy re: sabotage of Israeli, French and US
nuclear submarines after USS Thresher. Was responsible for arrest and
imprisonment of 27 organized crime figures in Chicago and New Jersey in
counterfeit watch operation targeting Longines-Wittnaur Watch Co. and
Hamilton; as a result, a $10,000 Chicago mob contract was let out on
him, but strangely, he had some protection from yet another alleged
organized crime figure whose granddaughter, Linda Morganelli, was
Moore's secretary. Moore was known to be working with the Kennedy family
and with New Orleans DA Jim Garrison's staff, as well as unknown law
enforcement agencies in California. He was also involved in an
investigation of a man convicted for second degree murder in Indiana
(Randy K. Wilson) and succeeded in getting Wilson's case re-opened. He
was banned from the Indiana State Prison by Governor Roger Branigan on
grounds he was "impersonating an attorney" (source: AP) Branigan later
apologized publicly, saying he had been misinformed, and subject was
fully reinstated his prison visiting rights to meet with Wilson.

US Sen. Robert F. Kennedy (1968) - worked as unpaid volunteer until
Kennedy was assassinated 6-6-68.

US Sen. Eugene McCarthy (1968) - Illinois state chairman of McCarthy's
presidential campaign, filed an election lawsuit against Illinois
Governor (1968) and won a belated US Supreme Court decision (Moore v.
Shapiro - USC Jan. 1969). During this period, he was inducted by the
Selective Service (Clay County, MO). He took the physical, but refused
to take the oath of enlistment and was notified of his imminent arrest
and told not to leave the city. His attorney (now unknown) apparently
obtained documentary evidence that the subject was the target of an
illegal conspiracy involving wiretapping and breaking-and-entering,
apparently on the orders of the Missouri Selective Service Director. The
Selective Service then dropped all charges and reclassified the subject
as 1-D. All records have since been expunged on reasons of "national

Subject is also known to have been a target of MKULTRA and MK-Chaos
during the 1968 presidential campaign. Attempts were made to enlist
subject's support of terrorist actions (bombing of polling booths), but
he refused and at the state political convention publicly exposed the
actions as part of a "federal agent provacateur plot involving the SDS
(Students for a Democratic Society)." After denouncing "those
responsible" as "traitors to the American ideal" he then abruptly
stepped off the podium and walked out the door and quit politics.

Modern People Magazine (1969-1971)- founder of "consumer protection"
weekly owned by cousin of National Features Syndicate CEO (see above).
Subscribers included Ralph Nader and Sen. Edward Kennedy.

J. M. Bundscho, Inc. (Chicago, IL) (1969-71) - typographer and
proofreader on night shift assigned to J. Walter Thompson, Leo Burnett,
Sears, Dial, Kentucky Fried Chicken and other major advertising
accounts; member of International Typographer's Union (ITU).

NOTE: He left both jobs and left Chicago after a severe beating by Mafia
associates of Tony Accardo, believed related to earlier Mafia contract
on him.

Hayes International Aircraft (Birmingham, AL) (1970 - two months) -
employed as senior layout artist for defense contractor preparing flight
manuals for NASA, USAF, USA and USN. Had classified access to military
and NASA aircraft and flight operations processes. Laid off with about
2,000 others when Hayes lost a major government contract.

Fairview (TN) Sun/Flyer (1971-1973) - self-employed newspaper publisher
and advertising consultant, owned and published three weekly newspapers
in Fairview, Brentwood and Hickman County. Paper ceased operations when
he was arrested for refusing to divulge his sources re: alleged
drug/burglary operations involving Williamson County Sheriff's Dept.
Following the murder of Williamson County Deputy Morris Heithcock, Moore
was known to be working undercover with Dickson County Sheriff and
Fairview Police Chief Don McAdon. It seems Heithcock was on his way to
Moore's residence with evidence of Williamson County Sheriff Fleming
Williams' involvement in or knowledge of drug and burglary operations by
his top deputies. This was confirmed by the widow, Viley Heithcock, who
claimed evidence that her husband was murdered by a fellow officer to
halt the drug probe. Moore was subpoenaed as a witness by both the
prosecution and defense in the murder trial of Heithcock's alleged
killer, Harry Conley, but was never called to testify by either.
Following the trial (1974), Police Chief McAdon was ordered to place
Moore under arrest for violation of Sunday closing law ("blue law" since
ruled unconstitutional), but refused and was fired. He is the probable
"confidential source" of Moore's inside information. Moore was then
arrested by the new chief, Percy Buttrey, and was jailed for three
months in Franklin.

These matters have been widely covered in the local and national news
media - TV, radio, journalism magazines and newspapers. Subject had the
personal and public support of Tennessean editor John Siegenthaler.

Modern People (Chicago, IL) (1975) - Upon his release from jail in
March, Moore was re-employed by Modern People (see above) as a freelance
investigator with the assignment of investigating new evidence in the
JFK-RFK assassinations. He wrote at least 26 articles, some of which
have been widely quoted in books and other articles since, and have been
translated into seven languages via the Internet. The first article in
his lengthy series was gust-written by Texas Rep. Henry Gonzalez (see

US House Select Committee on Assassinations (1975) - worked in a
"non-official" status with Texas Rep. Henry Gonzalez (D-TX now deceased)
who was chairman of the House Select Committee on Assassinations. Was
subject of an assassination attempt in Nashville while on assignment for
Gonzalez; his assignment - investigate ties between JFK assassination
and E. Howard Hunt/CIA in Mexico City. Gonzalez himself was target of a
$45,000 organized crime "hit" and his car was blown up in Washington;
Gonzalez then resigned after making some cryptic comments about
organized crime controlling and sabotaging his investigation (source:
Washington Post, 1976 and private correspondence from Gonzalez to Moore
obtained by covert means).

Metro Observer (1975-76) - Subject was editor of a minority newspaper
owned by Sam Latham. Subject was not paid a regular salary. Latham said
some readers and advertisers, upon meeting him, were surprised to
discover he was white - as that was not discernible from his writing.

Hustler Magazine (Los Angeles, CA) (1975) - While not an employee,
subject submitted a lengthy manuscript called "A Skeleton Key to the
Gemstone Files" related to political assassinations and cover-ups.
Publisher Larry Flynt was going to published the story (according to his
attorney Mark Lane), but was shot and paralyzed just days later by an
individual said to work undercover for (redacted). In February 1977 (?)
he did finally publish it, with about half of it deleted. Subject
claimed he had not been paid as promised ($1 million) and was
represented by former Tennessee Criminal Appeals Court Justice Charles
Galbreath. Lawsuit was filed in US District Court-Nashville and noted in
the Nashville Tennessean. For some reason, Galbreath suddenly backed off
after winning a promise of payment from Flynt. Lawsuit was dismissed
without prejudice at subject's request, but payment was then not made.
Subject retained Atty. William Dickinson III and action was re-filed in
Tennessee state court. A week later, Dickinson vanished, leaving only an
empty house. Whereabouts still unknown as of 12-15-2001. Subject dropped
the lawsuit after his wife was visited at work by one Stanley King, who
told her "if he shows up in court, you're living with a dead man." King
is a former Nashville police officer and Grand Dragon of the Tennessee
Ku Klux Klan, who had illegal permission from Nashville Police Chief
Casey to carry a weapon even though was no longer a police officer. King
also operates a "home and business security" business (see King file).
King had been involved in a black op targeting subject's Fairview home,
accompanied by unknown agents from (redacted) in an attempt to retrieve
documents provided to the subject by Senator (later Ambassador) Howard
Baker (D-TN) re: Watergate and the "Gemstone Files." This operation was
enabled by the cooperation of Williamson County Sheriff Fleming
Williams, who set subject up on marijuana charges to get him away from
the house to the operation could proceed unhindered. Subject was ordered
released by Franklin Circuit Court Judge Jane Franks, but he was instead
held incommunicado in violation of the court order. Somehow the subject
had connections to Williamson County Judge Wilburn Kelley (campaign
help?) and was able to smuggle out a letter which was widely broadcast
on the local Franklin radio station (WIZO). Kelley intervened, as did
Judge Franks, and he was immediately released with an apology. All
records pertaining to both arrests have disappeared. Subject was never
convicted on any charges and seems to have no arrest record whatsoever
other than a few minor traffic tickets (speeding) that are more than 10
years old.

In 1976, a (redacted) operative, (redacted) was instructed to make
personal contact with the subject and develop a close personal
relationship to help the Director determine the source and extent of the
subject's information and then to perform an executive action. This was
apparently accomplished, in part, and the subject was quite open about
his information, but not his sources. The operative gained the subject's
trust to such an extent that they formed a business partnership which
allowed the operative access to subjct's confidential files. From that
he determined that the subject's contacts were at the highest levels of
US and other governments, both military and civilian - even within our
own agency. Subject had developed close personal relationships with
senators and congressmen, generals, US ambassadors to China and Russia,
the Russian ambassador and a host of intelligence sources within the US,
British, French and German governments, yet careful scrutiny of his
financial history shows he has never been on any payroll for any of
these agencies or individuals. There is no reason to suspect espionage -
unless he's one of ours. For some reason, (redacted) refused to carry
out an executive action and was apparently dismissed. (Redacted) said he
has no contact with the subject since.

Subject appears to have been black-balled from many employment
opportunities since and has been largely self-employed, surviving on a
rather meager income. It appears he may have both enemies and protectors
at high levels of government, probably without his knowledge.

In 1980, subject was Davidson County chairman of Rep. John Anderson's
presidential campaign and is believed to have had access to (or perhaps
even provided) information to Anderson regarding Iran-Contra and
arrangements made to delay the release of American POWs; Anderson then
took this information to President Carter. Subject's role politically
has been confirmed by the Nashville Tennessean and through archives of
local television interviews.

In 1981, he founded the Phoenix Foundation, "a non-profit research
institute devoted to the future survival of humankind" (source:
Foundation literature). The organization's work has served as the
foundation for a number of books both fiction and non-fiction, one
television series (McGyver) and a number of movies (Conspiracy Theory,
Diamonds Are Forever, The Rock), as well as hundreds of magazine and
newspaper articles, TV news stories, etc.

National Baptist Publishing Board (1982?) - Subject was employed as a
typesetter, the only white employee out of 100+ blacks. He was named
supervisor of the graphics department, but forced out a week or two
later - allegedly because of racial hostility from an employee who had
been passed over for the position. The company is owned by T.B. Boyd;
his brother, Allen Boyd, remains a close friend of the subject.

In 1986, he published a book (booklet) about Iran-Contra, exposing
Operation REX-84 (a covert detainee camp project originated by Lt. Col.
Oliver North). This was seen on the desks of several members of the
Iran-Contra Congressional investigating committees as ABC-News cameras
panned the room during breaks). It also made front-page news in the
Nashville Banner, which revealed a previously unknown relationship
between the subject and Senator (later China Ambassador) Jim Sasser.
Sasser's personal correspondence to the subject was obtained by the
newspaper and indicated a close personal relationship. It also revealed
that the subject has been acting as an "unofficial" advisor to Sasser
(and probably others in Congress and DOD) on advanced weapons systems of
a highly classified nature.

Subject's knowledge of these areas dates back to 1961-1963 when the
subject (as a 16-year-old student in high school) designed and built a
reconnaissance satellite using sophisticated ELF technology to monitor
Soviet nuclear tests. Project OBSAT (OBservation SATellite) was
developed and incorporated into presently-active recon satellites.
Material support was provided by Boeing Aircraft-Wichita (KS) and
Western Electric (Lee's Summit, MO). Confirmation has been obtained
through photos and in-house publications issued by Boeing. Subject was a
1963 International Science Fair finalist for OBSAT and was honored by
the US Navy, US Army, US Air Force and NASA (source: National Science
Founation). The final status of OBSAT is highly classified and beyond
the reach of this agency. It is known that the subject was being groomed
for astronaut training as early as 1964, but was disqualified because of
vision deficiency.

Since that time, subject has come to be regarded as an international
expert in non-lethal RF weapons systems, ELF-induced weather control,
ELF-induced behavioral modification as well as issues related to
extra-terrestrial contact(?). His work has been widely quoted in books,
articles and Internet translations, but he seems to have profited very
little, if at all, from his research. He has testified as an expert
witness in court cases in Nashville (US District Court - L. Clure
Morton) and Mississippi on power line radiation and their alleged
harmful effects (non-ionizing radiation). He has given several public
talks on his areas of expertise, drawing as many as 500 attendees.

From 1990-1998, subject hosted and produced a cable television show
cablecast to 1.3 million homes in Tennessee, Kentucky and Philadelphia
(Drexel University). The show was called "The Omega Report" and gained
international attention for some very puzzling things. Two weeks before
the bombing of the Murrah Federal Building in OKC, the subject announced
on the show that the public should brace itself for a very violent
"terrorist" act that would not be what it seemed to be, as he put it. He
claimed on that show that the event would take place to alarm the public
into supporting "a draconian" anti-gun crime bill that President Clinton
had been unsuccessful in pushing through Congress. The week following
the bombing, he broadcast a show that went into details about Iraqi
involvement, and Timothy McVeigh's alleged "microchip implant" and
supposed "abduction experiences." The president of CATV, a Muslim,
ordered the show taken off the air, resulting in a public relations
disaster. Local Channel 2 News aired several stories and reported it's
switchboard was shut down by a high volume of calls protesting the
show's removal. Two board members of CATV resigned in protest and the
station itself was taken off the air for several weeks. The controversy
resulted in a major front-page story in The Nashville Scene (local
weekly) and a five-part front-page series in the Nashville Tennessean.
The controversy apparently ended after Mayor (now TN Governor) Phil
Bredesen ordered the station to halt its illegal censorship and return
the show; apparently Bredesen was a fan of the show, which also
attracted the support of several major country music stars and
songwriters (inc. Mickey Newbury and Hank Williams III). It also known
that security personnel within FEMA were providing the subject with
information. This "foreknowledge" of OKC could be regarded as a fluke,
but several years earlier, the subject had explicitly forecast the fall
of the Soviet Union and the dismantling of the Berlin Wall - 18 months
before the fact. This attracted (redacted) attention with the objective
of determining where he was obtaining his information. Subject was quite
open, claiming he had developed a computer methodology that could be
used to successfully "forecast" global political developments and
demontrated to (redacted), Lt. Col. USA, how it worked. (Redacted)
referred the technology to the NSA and DIA for further development

He lives alone in a small cabin in Hickman County, without plumbing but
with heavy electronic and video surveillance, and seems friendly but
somewhat reclusive, according to neighbors. He has no ongoing romantic
relationships since one with Dr. (redacted) that ended in 2000. He has a
small, but very loyal and protective circle of close friends, and is
said by many of them to be "a spiritual counselor" who has "helped them
through serious crises" but appears to have no particular religious
agenda or dogma.

One neighbor, (redacted), said he was "friendly and always helpful, but
seemed to stick to himself and never bothered anyone" and did not
discuss his past. She said she had a very positive impression of him,
citing his comforting actions on September 11, 2001 when she was
"extremely distressed" and crying as she watched the WTC bombing.

Many of his current writings are very spiritual in nature, but do not
seem aligned to any particular denomination or secular belief. In his
political writings, he has been both critical and supportive of various
left-wing and right-wing issues, apparently on an issues-based approach.
He has, in the past, been active in both Democrat and Republican
campaigns, but considers himself an Independent.

Another source, USAF Lt. Col. ret. (redacted), whose brother was DDCIA
(now deceased) had a very unfavorable impression of him and called him
"a g-d Commie." This individual had worked with the subject at the
(redacted) newspaper in Nashville and had apparently used some of his
own military/intelligence sources to try to unobstrusively investigate
the subject through interviewing neighbors, etc. (Redacted) felt the
subject was being "unpatriotic" by writing a series of artiles about
"black unmarked helicopters." The story was picked up and widely
broadcast by a Nashville TV station (WTVF) which confirmed the accuracy
of the articles, as did Washington enws correspondent Sarah McClendon.

CATV Director and former news director for (redacted) TV in Nashville,
(redacted), reports a highly favorable impression and said he took over
as director in the middle of the controversy related above. He said he
sought the subject out for his information and advice, adding the Omega
Report show was the most popular the station had aired, to his
knowledge. He said the subject was regarded as "controversial" but that
he found him honest and patriotic with a high sense of ethics. He said
the subject canceled the show citing "burn-out" and plans to leave the
city, which would make him ineligible for further CATV membership.

Lt. Col. (redacted), USA, assigned to DIA, reported in 1996 that he had
approached the subject about the topic of "alien abductions" and had
urged the subject to form "an abductee support group", claiming that USA
had individuals in its employ whom they had reason to believe had been
abducted themselves. One of these individuals was an accountant involved
in "black bag" operations against foreign nationals and organized crime;
USA was concerned about what classified information this individual
might reveal during his alleged "abductions." Because of official policy
re: UFOs, "we couldn't touch it with a 10-foot pole." Subject was
informed that some of those who would attend meetings of such a support
group would be government employees with an "abductee" background and
subject was asked if he would help in counseling. He responded
affirmatively and did indeed set up such a group, though he himself
insisted on holding no "leadership position". Any actions or reports
from this endeavor are not available to this agency and are said to be
classified "beyond our need to know."

There is no evidence of any illegal or questionable activity by the
subject involving espionage or treason. To the contrary, he appears to
have made considerable sacrifices in lost income and career
opportunities to serve various government agencies and officials in a
somewhat covert capacity without pay of any kind. In his early years, he
would have seemed destined for a very well-paying position in the
aerospace or publishign industries, and was determined to seek an Air
Force career, probably as an astronaut. In published and televised
interviews, he has said that his life "changed direction after the
events of November 22, 1963" (assassination of President John Kennedy).

His refusal to be inducted into the USA in 1968-69 might tend to
indicate an anti-American mindset, but this is certainly not supported
by the totality of his actrions over his life. In the news media and in
some interviews with acquaintances, he has been branded as everything
from a "neo-Nazi" to "a Communist sympathizer."

Some newspaper accounts have labeled him an "extremist" even though he
has received death threats from right-wing militia members opposed to
his views on inter-racial relations. (At one of his public appearances,
the Combat Veterans of America [mostly ex-Vietnam vets] felt it
necessary to station extra armed security in the parking lot and metal
detectors at the doors). He is known to have employed minorities as
trusted aides (usually volunteers since he had no funds for salaries)
and is known to have several close relationships with minorities, and
seems respected in both the minority and gay communities. He also has
neices and nephews of mixed heritage and was supportive of his sister's
marriage to an Afro-American, despite opposition from other family

ADDENDUM: He is currently unemployed (self-employed?) as of 4-20-03, yet
serving as an unpaid advisor to various emergency management agencies in
Tennessee and Washington. He designs web sites and provides business
consulting services through Phoenix Technologies and the Phoenix
Foundation (independent contractor?) and is officially the Emergency
Agency Planner for Hickman County and Director of the Hickman County
Citizen Corps under the Department of Homeland Security. His low-level
income qualifies him both for TennCare and for food stamps. On August 3,
2001, subject underwent emergency open heart surgery (quadruple bypass)
at St. Thomas Hospital-Nashville (covered by TennCare) and has been in
poor health since. His teeth are falling or breaking out (genetic
defect?) and he is unable to afford dental care, which may be one reason
for his increasing withdrawal from public contact. He is seeing a doctor
in his county and has allegedly been told he needs more heart surgery,
but has declined. He is not taking any prescription drugs, nor is he
known to be a drug user, although (as he himself admits) he did smoke
marijuana in the 1970s - "and yes, I inhaled." He has no known contacts
with any drug dealers or users, as determined through periodic

He may be somewhat of an enigma, but is not seen as a threat to this
agency, and in fact may even be an asset if approached properly,
considering his ongoing connections, contacts and quality of
information. He has been approached previously by SAIC (redacted) about
serving as an informant, but adamantly refused, saying any relationship
had to be "open and above-board." He was helpful to the Department of
Homeland Security following 9-11, with information pertinent to the use
of ELF technology to implode buildings and also to destroy anthrax
pathogens, but it was strictly voluntary and unpaid. He is known to have
been in contact with some Cabinet-level officials on these matters, but
the nature of those contacts is classified at the request of the
agencies involved. He appears to have both detractors and supporters at
various levels of government and military agencies and there seems to be
some unofficial "protective cocoon" formed around him to safeguard him
from harm or future assassination attempts. His current low-profile,
high-security living situation makes surveillance extremely difficult
and no further surveillance attempts are recommended. DOJ internal
affairs directives (see attached) are very critical of surveillance
activities that have already taken place. For one, he lives a very open
life and much of his life has been broadly covered in various news
media. His file of published references is in excess of 2,000 pages,
plus the radio-television coverage. He has few secrets to hide except
for his "volunteer" work with government agencies, which he keeps to
himself with only a few exceptions.

This report is classified SECRET and is not to be disseminated beyond
this agency, nor is it to be made available to any FOIA request
including by the subject himself.

SAIC (redacted)
DATE (redacted)
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