Interrogators threatened to “cut off arms” during 6 hour marathon of hell
Paul Joseph Watson/Prison Planet.com | June 29 2006
Three Canadian citizens who visited the Brookestreet Hotel in Ottawa to observe members of the Bilderberg Group earlier this month were kidnapped, detained without charge and suffered the ordeal of a marathon interrogation session and psychological torture – including threats to “cut off the arms” of one of the victims.The nightmare began on June 9th, the second day of the Bilderberg conference. After being warned to leave the previous day, Joe Burd’s party of three left the site of the Brookestreet Hotel at 2pm where he and Crystal Slack headed for a local bar, while Burd’s friend electrician Don McCormick rested in their rented vehicle which was parked on a downtown street.
What happened next should chill the core of anyone who thinks that westerners still live in a free society.
Joe Burd picks up the story.
“A military-grade task force involving local police, RCMP and members of the Integrated National Security Enforcement Team descended around the rental vehicle with weapons pointed at Mr. McCormick. He was abruptly and forcibly taken into custody from his vehicle, thrown to the ground and kicked in head.”
After approaching the vehicle, Burd and his friend Crystal Slack were also grabbed and kidnapped, taken to a RCMP holding facility, detained without charges, harassed and interrogated for hours about their connections to the “insurgent” and “threat to national security” Alex Jones, who himself had been detained and interrogated for 15 hours at the hands of Canadian immigration the previous day.
They were the lucky ones…..
McCormick was taken to a secret high security facility where he was brutally interrogated without charge and mentally tortured for six hours. He was accused of wanting to blow up the Brookestreet Hotel, as the interrogators threatened to “cut off his arms” warning him that they also “had his friends” in custody. This is the very definition of psychological torture, the threat of physical harm and dismemberment.
One of the dictionary definitions of torture is, “dismemberment, taking apart — the removal of limbs; being cut to pieces.” The threat of extreme physical pain is a method used on suspected terrorists and was also inflicted upon innocent prisoners at Abu Ghraib.
McCormick’s anguish at the hands of the Canadian Gestapo didn’t end there.
Interrogators told McCormick that he would never be alone again and to watch his back — as he began to fear he would become the latest victim of the worldwide rendition policy, and be taken to an Eastern European gulag for further torture.
McCormick was so stricken by the horror of his nightmare that many of the details of what happened remained bottled up, partly from threatened fear of reprisals if he told anyone what had occurred.
Finally being released and returning home the next day, McCormick became delirious and had to be rushed to hospital after he collapsed. He was diagnosed with severe dehydration and mental fatigue due to his experiences in Ottawa. McCormick had to be sedated to help him sleep as he babbled about having his arms cut off and interrogators threatening to harm his friends.
From the experiences of Alex Jones during his 15 hour ordeal with Canadian immigration officials, it was learned that the order to impede Jones’ party came directly from the Bilderberg Group itself. With this knowledge in hand, it is by no means a stretch to assume that the hellish treatment of Burd, McCormick and Slack was also a mandate of the Bilderberg elitists.
These are the pleasures of the global elite and their security thug enforcers — repression of free speech, intimidation, kidnapping, grabbing people off the streets and treating them as terrorists, and psychological torture — all carried out under the willful arrogance that they are protecting the nation from harm.
The real terrorists are the perverted bullies that kidnapped three peaceful citizens and subjected them to a marathon of hell — and they represent a threat to the freedom and way of life of all Canadians.