Please take a look at the Link above it shows flicker photo's related to Helmut Gregor
That is the same person that Simon Wiesenthal said was dead and his name was Josef Mengele If you do not accept what I am saying here is a link with proof
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The fact that someone is able to meet (not in the physical way) the people I about to meet before I even have a chance to contact or talk to them gives me no chance of ever having a life, and that is the reason it is possible to torture because the people that are meeting them first are convincing them I am lying or, convincing them I it is not possible. In fact, it works so good even my biological brothers to this day cannot even see that for what it is.
Torture by United Nation definition quoted here:
Most people think that torture only happens because of some sort of oppressive political circumstances. But I can say that is not always the case. That there are people and organizations like the Illumunati, which I think have royal origin’s, and Nazi origins, since I think the Nazi party never represented any country, but were just mercenaries, hired by royalty. The reason why this is important and why it has affected my life since I was born is that there was also a Top Secret project during the Second World War in Brazil and mind control was tested and the frequency related to 13 was in some way the focus of the testing. Because they were Jewish they had a list of 13’s to choose from to use after the war. But organizations like also have origins that have been around for thousands of years in which torture is also used as a means to keep their “target” down. And, when that happens the person has nowhere to turn, since there really is no legislation, even though according to the UN articles included here every state in the United States is supposed to adhere to, but I as far as I know do not. But my experience is that they do not and I have been tortured in many forms in the last 50 years starting from when I was just 12 years old. The other torture I have been a victim of in the last 20 years is something that would fall under any UN regulations unfortunately because it is torture that is controlled by means that I do not think any country or government would accept as possible, but it is not imagined and part of it only part of it, was taken directly from a site that no longer exists. I have though included what was there word for word by whoever wrote in English. So I do not think whoever did had any reason to lie about it. Here is the address: http://mindcontroljustice.wordpress.com
Here is the definition the United Nations Convention against Torture and Cruel Treatment has said
Any act by which severe pain or suffering, whether physical or mental, is intentionally inflicted on a person.
The torture as I mentioned in the previous paragraph, at least for me, and anyone else that has been a victim of may sound like something that happens in other countries other than the United States, but it did. Maybe not to the extreme like the historical explanation of what happened in Germany, but it did happen.
Under the following provision, if it is saying that a public institution would someone that have had CIA connections be included
Here is a paragraph taken directly from the UN declarations
INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW
The infliction of torture is also a “grave breach” of core international humanitarian law under the Geneva Conventions (in particular, Common Article 3), which are designed to limit the effects of armed conflict. As a result, infliction of torture may constitute a war crime. Under the Geneva Conventions, States are obliged “to enact any legislation necessary to provide effective penal sanctions for persons committing, or ordering to be committed” such acts and are obligated to “search for persons alleged to have committed, or to have ordered to be committed, such grave breaches, and [to] bring such persons, regardless of their nationality, before its own courts” if these persons are not extradited to another State Party. The conventions protect both civilians and military personnel from torture. The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has produced an information kit on National Enforcement of International Humanitarian Law.