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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Texas Aerospace Rape Is Texas Rape Reported ADA Complaint Still Not Worked By Dallas OCR



Penetration of microwaves by-passing the auditory cortex of the skull is rape and sexual assault or illegal sexual contact with someone who is unable to give consent. 

Microwaves are inanimate objects or radio waves that penetrate the  skull into the brain [mind] of the unsuspecting victim for sexual gratification or abuse. 

Mental rapists are just like any other rapist, they will rape again, unless prosecuted and confined in prison.

Rape is all about controlling another person by penetrating or contact with an intimate part of their body such as the skull to enter the brain and mind to bring harm to another person. 

Microwave Sexual assault is the forced penetration of an intimate body part of another person [Skull such as oral rape] that is unwanted by the victim and is done in order for the perpetrator to achieve sexual arousal, gratification, or abuse.

EMF Microwaves are basically extremely high frequency radio waves or inanimate objects used to penetrate the skull by-passing the auditory cortex to gain control of another person usally without consent.


Penetration of microwaves by-passing the auditory cortex of the skull is rape and sexual assault


Rape (sexual assault) facts


Rape may be heterosexual (involving members of opposite sexes) or homosexual (involving members of the same sex). Rape involves insertion of an erect penis or an inanimate object into the female vagina or the male anus. Legal definitions of rape may also include forced oral sex and other sexual acts. 

Sexual assault is any illegal sexual contact that involves forcing a person without their consent or inflicting such contact with someone who is unable to give consent due to age or physical or mental capabilities.

 Sexual assault is any illegal sexual contact that involves forcing a person without their consent or inflicting such contact with someone who is unable to give consent due to age or physical or mental capabilities.


Sexual assault may also involve sexual contact that is inflicted by someone who is trusted by or has authority over the victim.


Sexual harassment is defined as unwanted sexual behavior that interferes with the victim's work or school life.


Sexual battery refers to contact with an intimate body part of another person that is unwanted by the victim and is done in order for the perpetrator to achieve sexual arousal, gratification, or abuse.


Any sexual assault that involves inflicting physical injury or maiming of the victim is described as being aggravated sexual assault.


Rape is unlawful sexual activity involving sexual intercourse that happens by force or under the threat of some form of harm.


Rape occurs in a variety of contexts, as in childhood marriage, as a form of torture and is sometimes perpetrated by members of the military on their own colleagues.


 States tend to legally define first-, second-, and third-degree rape and sexual assault based on the age of the victim and the perpetrator, and/or the amount of force, brutality, and threat inflicted on the victim.


Unfortunately, rape is grossly underreported to law enforcement.


More than 80% of victims of sexual victimization indicate that the perpetrator is known to them, like an acquaintance as in date rape, or by a family member or friend.


Signs and symptoms of someone who has been sexually assaulted or raped tend to include a variety of emotional, behavioral, social, and work-related problems.


Some ways to prevent sexual assault and rape are to lessen the life risk factors for being the victim or perpetrator of these crimes.


If left untreated, the physical and psychological effects of sexual assault and rape can be devastating, sometimes even deadly.


The primary consideration for caring for victims of rape or other sexual assault is to focus on the needs of the victim during this crisis, providing timely, appropriate medical, mental-health, and legal assessment and care by specially trained and experienced professionals in a timely manner.

More Information Concerning Rape At This Link: http://www.medicinenet.com/rape_sexual_assault/article.htm
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