This is a reproduction of a July
20, 1996 letter from
Vietnam Veterans of America to interrnet surfers.
November 26, 1995
TO: INTERNET SURFERS
SUBJECT: WORLD-WIDE INTERNET CAMPAIGN TO BRAZIL
Want to do something about the torture and oppression to prisoners in Brazil? The best way is to join the Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter #75, to help end the flawed unconstitutional system of Brazil. In the meantime, while we are building public opinion and organizing for revolutionary constitutional change, you can also take smaller actions that may help some of the prisoners of Brazil.
The Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter #75, National Committee to free John Gregory Lambros and all Brazilian Prisoners who have been denied their constitutional rights in Brazil due to the flawed constitution, is issuing an urgent call to action. EMail the following universities and Web sites in Brazil.
1. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil -- guarani.cos.ufrh.br:8000/home.html
2. University of Sao Paulo, Brazil -- www.usp.br/eindex.html
3. Brasil Web -- www.escape.com/~jvgkny/Brasil.web.html
4. Rio de Janeiro -- www.puc-rio.br/english/mapario.html
A. Ask the Brazilians why the Ministers of the Federal Supreme Court of Brazil have not commented or proposed constitutional change in the denial of bail to persons arrested in Brazil on drugs or those arrested on extradition charges for drugs.
B. Ask the Brazilians why the Federal Supreme Court of Brazil has not made public the copy of the CLASS ACTION SUIT filed in the District of Minnesota (USA) Civil Action #95-836, JOHN GREGORY LAMBROS AND ALL AMERICAN CITIZENS THAT WHERE, ARE OR WILL BE PRE-EXTRADITION DETAINEES IN BRAZIL DUE TO NARCOTIC AND SIMILAR DRUG CHARGES vs. DOUGLAS R. PETERSON AND JANET RENO. Copy of the above-entitled class action suit was sent U.S. Certified Mail No. Z-209-888-818, on August 16, 1995, c/o Ambassador of Brazil U.S.A., Washington, D.C. 20008. Lambros is requesting the U.S. Federal Court in Minnesota to make a finding as to the discrimination that exists to all Brazilians that have been arrested on narcotic and similar drugs that were never given a bail hearing. Please note that all Brazilians within the class will be requested to join the suit in the U.S. to recover money damages for discrimination plus punitive damages. (Twenty (20) months ago Denny's Restaurants paid $54 million dollars to settle charges with 4,300 black customers for racism).
C. Ask the Brazilians why they have not contacted the U.S. Embassies in Brazil, Federal Supreme Court of Brazil or the U.S. House of Representatives, www.house.gov , as to the use of the Brazilian Federal Police Station in Brasilia, Brazil to torture American JOHN GREGORY LAMBROS within the "DEPATTERNING CELL" that was built in the late 1960's with the assistance of the U.S. Army Corps' of Engineers, while Lambros was being brutally interrogated, beaten, denied due process and enslaved due to the brain control implants placed in Lambros by the Brazilian Federal Police. Background reports and x-ray reports as to the brain control implants that are in Lambros were published by the world renown author and editor of the PHOENIX LETTER, Dr. Antony Sutton, formerly of the Hoover Institute of War, Revolution and Peace, Stanford University, and U.C.L.A. Please request free copy from:
America Online: BrazilByct@aol.com
D. Campaign supporters should be aware that the United States Department of State, Drug Enforcement Agency and the Brazilian Government have denied the tortuous acts and the implantation of brain control implants in Lambros.
Please request the Brazilians to respond to the above and forward copy to President Clinton at the White House, the Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter #75 and media information services at the following Internet and Web sites:
WHITE HOUSE: www.whitehouse.gov
Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter #75: BrazilByct@aol.com
John Gregory Lambros: BrazilByct@aol.com
Associated Press: www.trib.com/NEWS/APwire.html
Newsbytes Pacifica: www.islandtel.com/newsbytes/
People Magazine: www.pathfinder.com/eeq2Ms9aDPOwAAQHwY/people/
San Jose Mercury News: www.sjmercury.com
Howard Stern Archive: krishna.cs.umd.edu/stern/
NY Transfer News Collective: firstname.lastname@example.org
We need to learn what we can about this issue, remain alert, help current victims, and consider how to address the future use of brain control implant electronic control devices and stop the torture and oppression in Brazil. Hoping for the best, as some did during WWII, probably is not the best course of action.
For more information write (snail mail) JOHN GREGORY LAMBROS directly at:
JOHN GREGORY LAMBROS
Prisoner No. 00436-124
U. S. Penitentiary Leavenworth
PO Box 1000
Leavenworth, KS 66048-1000