posted on Oct, 3 2008 @ 03:03 PM
i really need to be kept anonomous on this one.
a few years back, i was heavily involved with gaalt industries and don beatty, jr. iwas heavily involved with one of gaalt industries spin-off
companies that was responsible for developing the ill-fated cyberclinic.
i worked on developing a financing package presentation that was to finance the manufacture of the cyberclinics. i also provided a lot of input for
the cyberclinic financing/budget manual. contrary to some information i've seen, the cyberclinic was a damn good idea. it's method of manufacture
and field assembbly was really pretty basic. and the operation and function of cyberclinic was really well thought out by dr. hugh maguire. the
cyberclinic was to have been been connected to a private medical database for it's patients. this network of cyberclinics was to have been connected
together by it's own private computer network.
the computer network was to have operated on a militarily based frequency. cyberclinic was to have been established across the united states and then
into foreign and third world countries under the auspices of humanitarian assistance. in my opinion, the only reason cyberclinic failed was because it
could not generate finiancing. the initial amount we went after was USD20 million. Those funds would have allowed for the purchase of facility for
manufacture of the cyberclinic modular components.
so much for cyberclinic.
i attended many meetings with the people you have identified in the minutes. I met and associated with msgt. clifford e. ray, mr. horace hayden jr.
(incidently, Mr. Hayden was the architect who designed the louisiana super dome), col. joseph shannon, cdr. william m. kelly, col. glen dunlap and
paul a. couch.
as an aside, col. joseph shannon was one of the pilots who flew cover for the cuban disidents who invaded cuba at the bay of pigs. the bay of pigs
project was strictly a cia operation that went real bad. as this invasion progressed. the cia ordered all pilots not to fly cover. there were a few
american volunteers who also flew with joe shannon. to american pilots were shot down by cuban jet fighters. these two men survived a crash landing
but were killed on the ground by cuban soldiers. although the pilots were ordered not to fly the cover mission by cia officers, the american pilots
felt so strongly about what these cuban disidents were trying to accomplish (kill fidel castro), the cia finally allowed our pilots to fly cover at
the last minute but it was actually too late to really assist as they could have. i saw a photograph of joe shannon at the controls of one the ancient
b-26's the air force supplied for this clandestine mission.
the photo clearly shows joe in the middle of an attack by a cuban fighter.
joe luckily survived thei cia sponsored fiasco. this thing was so clandestine, president john kennedy was not aware of this action.
good thing, too. then he was able to deny any knowledge of this thing.
back to don beatty. he has a military background that took him heavily in surveilence work. hence the reason for many of his devices. i'd really like
to be able to tell you the reason for a lot of plans for various devices but i really need to think about it.
i've seen some of your opinions about him.
i don't think he's a nut job. he has the interest of this country in his heart.
i think this is enough for now. I have go back and pull some more information out of brain.
as in beginning, please keep this information anonomous.
just from someone who was inside gaalt industries for a few years.