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Jefferson, good to see you. :)

And happy belated New Year to you, too. Hope it is off to a good start.

Glad you brought up McVeigh. Check out these descriptions of him:

"...silent, expressionless, with lightless eyes, but subject to explosive fits of temper. "That guy didn't have an expression 99 percent of the time," added Mele. "He was cold." "

"He was real different,...Kind of cold. He was almost like a robot."

"a very strange person. It was like he had two different personalities."

Notice any similarities with the descriptions of underwear bomber?

In one of the articles on that link, it talks about the contradiction between the descriptions of people who served with McVeigh and the above comments from people who knew him later.

One person put it this way, "Something happened to Tim McVeigh between the time he left the Army and now".

After seeing where he went to work and what they were involved in, it doesn't take much of an imagination to figure out what that something might've been.

"IN ORDER TO FULFILL HIS MILITARY OBLIGATION, McVeigh signed on with the Army National Guard in Buffalo, where he landed a job as a security guard with Burns International Security. McVeigh was assigned to the night shift, guarding the grounds of Calspan Research, a defense contractor that conducts classified research in advanced aerospace rocketry and electronic warfare."

"...the Calspan Advanced Technology Center in Buffalo, NY (Calspan ATC), where McVeigh worked, is engaged in microscopic electronic engineering of the kind applicable to telemetrics."

Lots of interesting stuff there, including this:

"According to mind control researcher Alex Constantine, "Calspan places much research emphasis on bioengineering and artificial intelligence (Calspan pioneered in the field in the 1950s)." "

One of the articles in that link concludes by saying:

Timothy McVeigh may have unknowningly been an Army/CIA guinea pig involved in a classified telemetric/mind-control project -- a "Manchurian Candidate."

One other thing...

"McVeigh complained that the Army had implanted him with a microchip, a miniature subcutaneous transponder, so that they could keep track of him. He complained that it left an unexplained scar on his buttocks and was painful to sit on.

It would seem the implant was, er... not exactly in his head.