posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 04:25 PM
I am not a US citizen, and I am not a terrorist. I come from a small country that is a part of what is collectively called the British commonwealth. I
was however hospitalized in the united states in the months following September 11, after a road accident that required surgery. As I was a student
pilot, who had trained on the UK mainland in the year 2001, and had started some additional flight training on the continental united states, it is
possible I was on a list of possible "persons of interest". Following the accident, I abandoned my flight training, in the months and years that
followed I began to experience things that to this day I will not talk openly about as in isolation they can all be explained by other less
"conspiratorial" means. I had my suspicions and I quietly began to research the possibility of something being done to me whilst sedated in the USA.
Eventually the bulk of the symptoms subsided and I stopped thinking about it. One symptom has persisted - a sleep disorder.
A few years ago I began to get severe headaches. I was living in Sydney Australia at the time and decided to go to a doctor at a medical centre to get
checked out. He sent me to a radiology clinic to have a head X-ray, and I was told to come back the next day to collect my prints to take them to the
doctor. When I did this, I was given an excuse that the person who delt with that was sick and I needed to return the next day. When I finally got
them and took them to my doctor he glanced at them and said it was all normal (he determined this from a letter that accompanied the scans) and
referred me to an expensive sleep specialist as he felt my headaches were from lack of sleep. As I had paid for the scans I took them home with me and
decided to have a good look. I noticed a strange feature that did not look normal on the outside of the skull, approximately where the headaches
seemed to be. So I went back to the doctor and asked him about it, and promised to have another look. When I went back about a week later it turns out
he had lost the films. At that point I figured it would be impossible to get an honest answer from any official medical channels so I gave up. I also
came to the resolve that I just would rather not know. The headaches went away , and as I was broke in a country that did not wish to extend
subsidized health care to people from my home country for political reasons, I never followed up on the sleep specialist. The first session where the
guy spent 15 minutes with me and then gave me a $480 bill to tell me something I already knew put me off.
I am back home now, and I just read about this admission by the CIA. Oh well. I guess I will never know.