Copy and paste style, but I believe all the links are still working.
You want a creepy fella?
Check out Saul Kent.
He has his mother's head on ice, and is in the cryonics business. I think he may even be experimenting on people.
- Any old topic of mine around the Miami zombie time.
Ok we have heard about excited delirium from the media and police as the explanation of what happened.
For clarity, these are the experts who train police, came up with the term, and are considered the leading experts in understanding our "zombie" friend.
And are based out of Miami.
Ok some creepy details about some of those over at the excited delirium place.
The director Deborah Mash, Ph.D.
Dr. Mash has been on the scientific advisory board for the Florida-based Life Extension Foundation
This life extension foundation
Its primary purpose is to fund research and disseminate information on life extension, preventive medicine, anti-aging and optimal health, with a focus on hormonal and nutritional supplementation, deriving much of its income from the sale of vitamins and supplements.
The founder of that life extension foundation is Saul Kent.
Saul Kent is a prominent life extension activist, and co-founder of the Life Extension Foundation, a major dietary supplement vendor and promoter of anti-aging research. He is also a pioneer in the controversial practice of cryonics, and is a board member of the cryonics organization Alcor Life Extension Foundation
Cryonics is the low-temperature preservation of humans and animals who can no longer be sustained by contemporary medicine, with the hope that healing and resuscitation may be possible in the future. Cryopreservation of people or large animals is not reversible with current technology. The stated rationale for cryonics is that people who are considered dead by current legal or medical definitions may not necessarily be dead according to the more stringent information-theoretic definition of death. It is proposed that cryopreserved people might someday be recovered by using highly advanced future technology.
Mr. Kent is also involved in a project called Timeship, which involves building a unique facility designed by architect Stephen Valentine to house companies conducting research in the life extension and reanimation sciences and provide long-term care for cryopreserved humans.
In 2000, Kent appeared on documentary filmmaker Errol Morris
television series First Person, where he discussed in depth his beliefs and motivations, as well as the investigation into the cryopreservation
of his own mother's head so her brain could be restored at a later date
Here is Saul Kent, start at 40 sec.
Ok at this point we have the leading "experts" in Miami over at excited delirium lead by Mash, who is scientific advisory board for the Florida-based Life Extension Foundation in which Saul founded.
Now these experts are who the police and media defer to.
And Saul is also involved with Cryonics.
Saul was charged with many crimes.
On November 7, 1991 Kent & Faloon were arrested and thrown into an 8-by-8 Fort Lauderdale jail cubicle containing several men charged with drug-related crimes. Several hours later they were taken handcuffed before a magistrate who informed them that they were charged with 28 criminal counts, including conspiracy to sell unapproved drugs. After more hours in jail, they were released on $825,000 bail each.
Now more on charges
They're Gonna Live Forever
Federal officials have spent an eternity trying to put the founders of Fort Lauderdale's Life Extension Foundation behind bars
In conclusion we have a director of an organization, based in Miami responsible for training and educating police and medical officials on Excited Delirium.
Who is on Saul's life extension Panels...
And Saul in the business of freezing people with the intention of reanimating them later, who has been busted with bizarre drugs...and currently has his mother on ice
Right near where this incident happened, and the media and police defer to these "experts".
Sounds like we may have an official Umbrella organization