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IEEE Sued in Los Angeles Superior Court for Implanting Big Brother Microchip Into Victim’s Head

It isn’t simply that the benevolent IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), who are eager to ease the strained market for electrical engineers in America these last few years, and to nobly soften the blow to pride and ambition in our technological wonder-makers, wouldn’t put a computer chip into somebody’s brain. Were that even possible, as Brandon M. Jacobs claims in a lawsuit filed at Los Angeles Superior Court, March 18, 2014, why would they name it, of all things, the “Big Brother microchip,” and then leave it in the claimants head “torturing him with the audio,” as he claims in his statement?

Brandon claims to be among fifty people who participated in the “Big Brother program,” which implanted a microchip into his skull they supposedly called the “ocular cameras.”

Brandon has gone so far as to get a radiologist to take images of his head, he claims in his statement, where he said, “I have the x-rays that clearly show the Palacos cement in my forehead at Edison imaging located in New Jersey. The radiologist did not specify anything abnormal in the radiology report though. The cement is clearly visible though. The company needs to testify and be punished by perjury if they speak untruth.”

While Brandon did not suggest the radiologist was in on it too, the obvious question why a head scan didn’t show the chip might suggest the case could be a bit frivolous. After all, Brandon claims this chip from the IEEE was merely the latest, and that the IEEE already controls a microchip implant that “writes what I am thinking.”



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Brandon’s largest complaint against IEEE and their Big Brother program was that they didn’t follow through on their deal to give him a link to his profile on their site ieee.org, and that he is the only participate who “does not have a master web site for their Big Brother chip.” Furthermore, and perhaps here is the sad story behind these tissues of Big Brother stories, he claims “I lost my house and everything I own because of this microchip.” While sometimes there is a governmental source of such complaints, it is not usually the case.

His fervent desire is for the IEEE to “turn off the audio.” He is also seeking relief to the sum of $280,000,000 dollars.

The facts in support of orders requested include, first of all, that he was the “only participant named Brandon Jacobs that participated in the Big Brother program,” and secondly that “there is a police report in Piscataway, New Jersey, that the company will not turn the audio off. I spoke to Jennifer on the phone, I believe that she is the coordinator.”

Incidentally, those who firmly believe they’ve been implanted with a computer chip often are inspired by such books as George Orwell’s 1984 and the “Revelation” of the New Testament. People in such a state of mind can make legal proceedings a bit sticky. That the IEEE has been accused of “intentional infliction of emotional distress,” and of “torturing” this man with audio seems somewhat out of the IEEE’s stated purpose, which otherwise includes such hopeful goals as “Working to Support Your Career” as a U.S. electrical engineer. Nevertheless, being what they are, a big name associated, somewhat, with computer chips, they can nevertheless play into the imagination of men and women like Brandon.

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