ICATOR is launching an international campaign to file a class action lawsuit against neuro-torture. Many people worldwide are affected by secret torture programs and clandestine research with neuro-weapons. We are the first Human Rights organisation to raise money to take legal action against the covert torture programs. For this, we need your help! With your support, we will be able to take legal action on behalf of the victims.
How can you help us?
We need to fundraise at different stages throughout this process. Initially, we had to raise 15,000 euros, for our lawyers retainer fees, which we managed to do over several months.
Donations from those who can help ICATOR are greatly appreciated and go towards our running costs and the lawsuit.
Who can participate in the lawsuit?
All those affected, who have evidence which we deem suitable for the lawsuit, can join the lawsuit.
ICATOR and its Belgium-based members will be the plaintiffs and any non- Belgian residents will be the witnesses. These witnesses, with evidence, will join from other countries around the world.
Our goal is to set a legal precedent for the future, create new laws and to regulate microwave weapons systems.
The Belgian Government will be prosecuted for not protecting citizens. If the case were to fail in Belgium, it would then go to the European Court of Human Rights and/or the ICC, in which case all Governments would be involved.
As part of our legal process, a petition would be sent to the Belgian Parliament and a hearing would take place, which would also be televised.
ICATOR is presently meeting with several technical and medical experts, and we are working closely also with several other victims’ groups around the world.
The decision has been made, by our lawyers, that the case should be civil and criminal in order that participants will receive both convictions and compensation. We continue to hold meetings with our lawyers in order that the victims can have an opportunity to discuss the case and ask any questions. If anyone would like to become a member of ICATOR, you can do so by going to our “Membership and Donations” page and making your payment. Or, simply click on the link below.
ICATOR is a non-profit organisation and legal cases, such as ours, cannot be “Pro-Bono” as this is illegal in Belgium. Therefore, we ask for your donations to help pay for our daily operations and our legal fees.
If you have any questions, please contact us direct.