LOS ANGELES – A Los Angeles man filed a complaint against the Los Angeles County Police Department, the Los Angeles Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the U.S. Department of Defense in the U.S. District Court for the Central District Court of California alleging the agencies conspired to deprive him of his constitutional rights through the use of chip technology.

Plaintiff Scott York is representing himself in the 111-page suit, which he filed April 5. He is seeking $5 million in compensatory damages and a trial by jury. He alleges "remote technology" has been used for many years to "manipulate" his thoughts and actions.

Specifically, the complaint accuses the defendants of depriving York of his Fifth Amendment, Sixth Amendment, Ninth Amendment, 13th Amendment and 14th Amendment rights. 

York claims the agencies have been "solely targeting plaintiff as the target in a community-based 'gang-stalking' initiative, and conspiring to terminate plaintiff's out-of-state employment to effectuate his return to California." 

The complaint states York's father was an Air Force veteran who worked as a computer systems engineer during his career, which led York to believe he was "chipped" by his parents at an early age, first during a tonsillectomy surgery. He alleges he believes as many as six chips have been implanted in his body and seeks the court to order for their removal.

The gang-stalking initiative allegedly began in January 2017. During that time, York alleges he discovered a very small, circular scab on the end of a cotton swab after using it in his right ear. According to the complaint, York alleges he has experienced a pervasive ringing in his ear since discovering the scab.

"Based upon evidence, information, and belief, plaintiff asserts the ringing is a means of those at the controls of the technology having a means of ongoingly harassing plaintiff. The intensity of the ringing has been used to awaken plaintiff in the middle of the night and represents ongoing harassment on a daily basis," the suit states.

He asserts that the LAPD, FBI and DOD are using remote technology to control and manipulate his thoughts, actions and the tangible events occurring in his life.

"Plaintiff prays to this court for declaratory relief and a standing order for injunctive relief against all those engaged in the use of technology against plaintiff, including but not limited to state and federal law enforcement, as well as state and federal agencies, and all contracted agencies, whether private or contracted by government to further the harassment and interferences into plaintiff's life," the complaint states.

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