18 U.S. Code Chapter 11B – CHEMICAL WEAPONS | US Law | LII / Legal Information Institute

Source: 18 U.S. Code Chapter 11B - CHEMICAL WEAPONS | US Law | LII / Legal Information Institute

US Attorneys Criminal Resource Manual

U.S. Attorneys » Resources » U.S. Attorneys' Manual » Criminal Resource Manual » CRM 1-499 » CRM 1-99 17. Use Of Biological, Nuclear, Chemical Or Other Weapons Of Mass Destruction (18 U.S.C. 175, 831, 2332c, 2332a) In recent years, terrorists have used in increasing numbers weapons of mass destruction against civilian populations and non-combatant military … Continue reading US Attorneys Criminal Resource Manual

Above the Law, victims of narcissists

A case that started with a simple nuisance drainage issue, it ended up with the neighbor using chemicals with intent to cause me serious injury. He and the local officials had no regard to the building codes or requirements pertaining to legally nonconforming property redevelopment. There was not one thing regarding this redevelopment that was … Continue reading Above the Law, victims of narcissists

Prayers to the innocent people suffering in Syria, EFFECTS OF CHEMICALS HAVING DIRECT CONTACT WITH MY SKIN

effects of toxic chemicals having direct contact with my skin

Define terrorist attack

former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano sought to carve out a distinction. "To our belief, (Stack) was a lone wolf," she said. "He used a terrorist tactic, but an individual who uses a terrorist tactic doesn't necessarily mean they are part of an organized group attempting an attack on the United States." Napolitano's description mapped … Continue reading Define terrorist attack

Frivolous criminal complaints file by the State of Iowa against me, ignore the conspiracy, trespassing, and chemicals intentionally used against me.

I held my own in defending my property against the significant amount of storm water that was intentionally diverted to my property but I had no defense against chemical weapons used with no other purpose than to cause me serious injury.