Aaron Alexis, the shooter who the police say killed 12 people at the navy yard here last week, believed his mind was being controlled by “extremely low frequency” electromagnetic waves. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/26/us/shooter-believed-mind-was-under-attack-official-says.html?ref=us
Mr. Alexis, a former Navy reservist and military contractor, said that “ultralow frequency attack is what I’ve been subject to for the last three months,”
The phrase “my elf weapon,” was etched into the side of the shotgun
ELF is the “weaponization of remote neuro-frequencies for government monitoring and manipulation of unsuspecting citizens.”
CCTV video of Alexis, which appears to be edited to exclude images of people being shot, does not show him in the atrium area overlooking the cafeteria where several people were killed as they were getting breakfast. Mr. Alexis is seen with the shotgun that F.B.I. officials said was used in the shootings.
“We have to confirm the truth of these things,” Mr. Carter said, “but I think that what certainly caught my eye, and the secretary’s eye, is exactly that kind of thing: evidence that there was behavior well before the Washington Navy Yard incident, which, had it been spotted and understood to be indicative of this possibility, might have led to an intervention that would have prevented this.”
A comprehensive report incorporating the findings of all three reviews is scheduled to be delivered to Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel by Dec. 20.
On Wednesday, Hewlett-Packard terminated its working relationship with the computer services company that employed Mr. Alexis for about a year, The Experts Inc. Mr. Alexis worked at numerous military installations for The Experts, including the Navy Yard, where he started work just a week before the shootings.