A U.S. Citizen files an Organization of American States Inter-American Human Rights Commission Petition against the Government of the United States alleging the use of top secret WMD technology to silence an American witness to the Obama's administration's organized crime ties. The Victim alleges that the CIA, NSA and DOD conspired to incite a US citizen to suicide due to his being an eyewitness to Obama's underworld connections, pursuing him throughout Latin America and torturing an innocent individual in a shocking global conspiracy. Although it deals with concepts reminiscent of science fiction, this pending human rights petition is grounded in personal experience and hard-nosed research into secret government weapons programs, unveiling a long history of intrigue, non-consensual experimentation and rights abuses. The book provides extensive evidence of the weaponization of neuroscience and the potential for use of "pschotronic weapons" or "neuroweapons" against individuals, segments of the population and the population as a whole. Named in the book are Bob Woodward, John Zuccotti and Occupy Wall Street, Walter Kronkite, David Ignatius, Wilbur Ross, David Koch, Google Inc., Lenovo and Motorola Mobility, among others.
In this Spanish/English bilingual reader, George decides to set up his own lemonade stand to earn money for a new soccer ball.