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Derek Jacobs, 18, Dead

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posted on Oct, 1 2006 @ 09:07 PM
Derek Jacobs, who was perhaps best known for having a VeriChip implanted on national television was killed in a motorcycle accident. Jacobs was an engineering prodigy and had asperations of becoming a neurosurgeon.

A teen engineering prodigy who gained national attention in 2002 when he and his family received identification chip implants on live television was killed in a motorcycle accident, authorities said.

Derek Jacobs, 18, lost control of his motorcycle early Saturday and crashed into a guardrail and a pole, the Palm Beach County sheriff's office said. He was wearing a helmet.

Derek was set to get his engineering degree this year after only two years at Florida International University. He wanted to be a neurosurgeon, his mother said.

At age 12, Derek became certified by Microsoft as a systems engineer. He was qualified to run corporate computer networks.

Two years later, he and his family had identity chips implanted on live television. They were the first family to get VeriChip IDs, made by Applied Digital Solutions.


posted on Oct, 1 2006 @ 10:14 PM

I hope more details about the accident are made public. How fast was he going? Was the guardrail on the outer side of a turn? Was he intoxicated? Were there any witnesses? Was the implanted chip actually a homing device for reptilians that had taken him from and later returned him to his motorcycle still in a semiconscious state inevitably resulting in his crash and death?

The world may never know...

posted on Oct, 1 2006 @ 10:50 PM


posted on Oct, 2 2006 @ 02:06 AM
As They See All has pointed out there is already a thread addressing this available here: Please add any further comment the the existing thread.



[edit on 2/10/06 by JAK]

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