Keehner stated, “I was sent to deal with the most negative aspects of the human condition. It was planned destructiveness. First, you’d check to see if you could destroy a man’s marriage. If you could, then that would be enough to put a lot of stress on the individual, to break him down. Then you might start a minor rumor campaign against him. Harass him constantly. Bump his car in traffic. A lot of it is ridiculous, but it may have a cumulative effect.” They might use this against an enemy intelligence officer whom they knew they could never recruit but whom they hoped to neutralize. -p.186
Survivors speak of being afraid to seek help because advocates of survivors tend to be harassed and hurt themselves. Those readers who have my book will notice my acknowledgements to Tammy Campos. Given that Tammy was placed under orders not to speak to me, due to her involvement with certain pieces in my game of clue, I’ll leave it at that, for now. But if you’re going to play the game, you should be aware of the moves the pieces on the board are capable of. Once a pawn reaches the end of the board, they are crowned queen. A queen can move anywhere she sees fit. I rather like my crown.
Now in the world of Jason, I would like to add a grievous oversight on my part. I forgot to inform you that Jason continued his assumption that I am subject to “Oz programming” the day he feigned mental incompetence. He told me about being a little boy and pulling a drunken, strung out, Santa’s beard. He was sure this Santa was a fraud, but the beard was real. Then Jason laughed and said, “I really am the Wizard of Oz.” Now this might be placed in the category of all the other gibberish Jason was spewing the day he was impressing us with his rendition of Manic induced psychosis, unless you have read my book, or many others on ritual abuse, and know that Oz programming is common. You will remember that Jason also likes the line, “I’m melting, I’m melting” without a context that makes sense. Jason may truly be Bi-polar, or not. So what? I still say the Twinkie defense will not stand. Jason has succeeded in making me the ugly tattle tale responsible for the consequences of his performance. I’m grateful to Jason for making his performance so believable that I am not the only one to notice the necessity for intervention. Dear Jason, the Wizard of Oz was a fraud too, if you recall. What are you doing behind the curtain there? Don’t you know we can see you?