Electronic “mind control”

July 26, 2013

  • 393 United States
  • 393I Government in General
  • 393k50 Liabilities of Officers or Agents for Negligence or Misconduct
  • 393k50.10 Particular Acts or Claims
  • 393k50.10(1) k. In General.

393 United StatesPlaintiff’s allegations that federal officials controlled the minds of plaintiff and her family through electronic devices did not set out any basis for federal subject matter jurisdiction; the allegations could not be deemed to give rise to a civil rights claim cognizable against federal officials under Bivens.
Dunigan v. F.B.I., 3 Fed.App’x 461 (6th Cir. 2001)
Suggested by Tiffany Johnson, Attorney, QP Legal Research & Writing Services, Memphis, TN