On December 4, 1994, two young men,
Tommy Zethraeus and Guillermo Marques Jara, had been refused to enter a
night club called Sturecompagniet. They left the club but arrived a few
hours later armed with an automatic rifle. Tommy Zethraeus started
shooting into the crowds at the front door to the night club, killing
four and injuring 20.
December 1994, Swedish
mass murderer Tommy Zethraeus opened fire on a crowd waiting in line to
get inside a nightclub in Stockholm.
Apparently the bouncer had pissed
him off earlier that night. Short tempered Tommy went home to get a
standard Norwegian army issue AG-7 (equivalent to AK-47) and returned
shooting his gun. Four died -- the bouncer and three innocent girls --
and seven others were wounded.
After a three-day manhunt police
caught up with him and his buddies that accompanied him to the club.
In September 1995 Tommy was sentenced to life and is currently serving time
in Sweden's premiere maximum security prison.
Ever the humanist, Tommy, in a 40
minute interview on Swedish television, expressed that he regretted
killing three innocent bystanders while shooting at the bouncer. Too bad
the bouncer didn't let him into the club in the first place.
In December 1994, four people were murdered in
the middle of Stockholm in what was to be called the "Stureplan
Murders", after the place where it happened. It started when three
youths in their mid twenties were barred from a restaurant.
They then went away, fetched a machine gun and standing on the
pavement right outside the restaurant, massacred a large number of
people who were queueing up to get in including the head bouncer who
had barred them. At his trial in 1995, Tommy Zethraeus was charged
with the murder of four people and sentenced to life imprisonment;
his two accomplices both received 4 years.
The forensic psychiatric examination, which was
conducted by professor of psychiatry Lars Lidberg, included a so-called
PET-scan of Zethraeus' brain, in order to ascertain its biological
processes and any dysfunction which could have caused his behaviour.
It was then shown that Zethraeus had damage to his frontal lobe,
something which he ls reported to share with many other violent
criminals. This had the effect of rendering him unable to realize the
result of his act and it was explained that located in this particular
area, the frontal lobe, is the faculties of thought and the ability to
understand the consequences of one's actions.
Tommy Zethraeus was arrested for the first time in
August 1990, and held in custody by the Stockholm police at Kronoberg
remand centre, where we can see that internees have routinely been put
under sedation since the 1970s. It was then, of course, that the
transmitter was implanted in his head, and most likely that the cerebral
damage was done. This is also the most probable cause of the appearance
of more and more crazed and brutal psychopaths who have this kind of
brain damage and resulting reduced cerebral function.
Most acts of violence are carried out by people who
have been held by the police or in psychiatric institutions and thus
been linked up to neuro-experimental computer programmes. We must
remember what professor Lindstrom called the technique in his
radiological report of a person who had several transmitters implanted
while in custody: "radio-hypnoticintracerebral control"
This says a great deal about the potential of the technique.
Both of Zethraeus' accomplices at the Stureplan
Murders, Guillermo Marquez- Jara and Farshad Doosti had previously been
in police custody, Jara between August 3rd-4th 1991 and Doosti, in Falun,
in April/May 1993 and had naturally also been subjected to such abuse.