Thursday, 28 July 2016

MILAB Technology Used In Robbery?

                                                            Robbery on the Riviera

Some time ago I mentally flagged an article that I wanted to write about. Its quite an unusual tale, one which to this day defies explanation. Unless you know about non lethal microwave technology that is.

I have heard many report from MILAB victims (MILAB ~ Military Abduction) who say that they have heard the perpetrators in their rooms but they couldn't move nor did they care. I myself have had an incident that matches the description of the victims. I was completely aware there were people in my house, in my room but I couldn't have cared less and didn't even try to move.

As I read the article I recognised the situation immediately. The wasn't some random conspiracy theorist either, it was Formula One driver Jenson Button and his wife Jessica Michibata. In August 2015, they were on holiday with three friends in the French Riviera when the thieves entered their luxury villa and stole around £300,000.00 worth of items. The couple were told by police that they thought they must have been knocked unconscious by gas being pumped through the air condition system, something Jenson accepted.

 “Police have told Jenson they’re convinced the burglars gassed the house using the air conditioning units. Jenson is convinced that’s what happened too. The burglars were in the same room as him and Jessica, rifling through all their drawers. But they weren’t disturbed at all because the effects of the gas gives the burglars free reign."

                                                            What The Experts Say

Experts have considered this theory and in an article in the Telegraph the experts from The Royal College of Anaesthetists were quoted as saying;

"Our view is that it is very unlikely because it would be so impractical, You would need to use a truckload of gas, and that amount would be phenomenally expensive to obtain.  One has to ask why anyone would spend so much money on what is such an impractical method. The gases are so pungent that the victim would be able to smell it even if they were asleep",

This is far from being an isolated incident, previous victims were also celebrities. In 2006 French footballer Patrick Vieira and his wife Cheryl woke one morning with splitting headaches to find they had been robbed. The thieves stole jewelry and their Mercedes. Again it was assumed that gas had been pumped into the property allowing the thieves to continue undisturbed. In 2010 fashion advisers Trinny and Suzannah were also robbed allegedly after being smothered with chloroform.

Professor Michael Levi, an expert in security and organised crime at the University of Cardiff, said he suspected the gang bought the drugs on the black market from a corrupt medic or chemist.
Speaking to The Telegraph, he said:

"In this case it may be that you have a gang of relatively low level criminals working with or being supplied by a chemist who has expertise on how to administer the gas without harming anyone. There is obviously a risk in that if you don't administer the dosage correctly you could kill someone, or they could wake up in the middle of what you are doing", Professor Levi added:

 "You would need prior knowledge of how to administer the gas correctly, and this gang may well have experimented or done a sort of dry run on how to do it properly before.  They key question is where this gas is coming from, and I expect they will have been looking for it in hospitals, or at large suppliers, and will have approached someone like a medic, or perhaps a former medic, who is willing to sell it to them."

The Royal College of Anesthetists issued a  statement in 2015 after claims that Britons were being burgled in the same manner;

"Despite the increasing numbers of reports of people being gassed in motor-homes or commercial trucks in France, and the warning put out by the Foreign Office for travelers to be aware of this danger, this College remains of the view that this is a myth. It is the view of the College that it would not be possible to render someone unconscious by blowing ether, chloroform or any of the currently used volatile anaesthetic agents, through the window of a motor-home without their knowledge, even if they were sleeping at the time. If there was a totally safe, odourless, potent, cheap anesthetic agent available to thieves for this purpose it is likely the medical profession would know about it and be investigating its use in anaesthetic practice."

Certain non lethal weapons can render a subject unconscious. Has someone gone rogue?

US ARMY Document Bioeffects of Selected Non Lethal Weapons


  1. I will be writing about psychotronic/NL weapons in the near future. Thanks for reading :)

  2. There are certainly a lot of details like that to take into consideration. That is a great point to bring up. obat pengapuran tulang

  3. Great work Sasha. Very interesting indeed.

  4. Great work Sasha. Very interesting indeed.

  5. It just seemed obvious to me. I think it might be worth having a closer look at some of the other incidences, if there are any details available. Very worrying. Thanks for reading and commenting. :)