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Author Jenifer D. Johnson, Retired United States Department of Justice Federal Bureau of Prisons Senior Officer Specialist, introduces her autobiography: “The Jenifer D. Johnson Story of War for the Mind ~ Fret Not, Fear Not: Psychotronics.” A spiritual warfare manual that embeds the survival story of Ms. Johnson’s life as she battles against illegal government torture tactics with the Word of God as her weapon. This book is a treatise that centralizes the malpractices of American Law Enforcement Agencies and formulates an antidote to heal American citizens. “Fret Not, Fear Not: Psychotronics” is available on virtual platforms: Amazon, Kindle, and Ingramsparks.com. A book launch and release are scheduled for July 31, 2020.
Having a degree in Criminal Justice and career experiences in State and Federal Penal Systems, Ms. Johnson holds the authority to speak, write, and project the actual inside picture of ill-defined investigations and its frameworks. Ms. Johnson has first-hand experience of the inner workings of the evil, wicked, and corrupt Federal Law Enforcement System. The chief motive of the book is to highlight the need for amendments in laws that govern and shield the misuse/abuse of authority by Law Enforcement agencies who investigate its citizens illegally and unjustly. These malpractices of justice have been going on unchecked for decades and the results (mostly hidden from public knowledge) are horrifying. Jenifer D. Johnson pins down these laws which are in urgent need of reforming.
The release of “Fret Not, Fear Not: Psychotronics” is coming in a time when protests and rioting, in response to the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, are making international news. Jenifer D. Johnson delves into the issues of violence and rioting and through thorough examination she maintains there is an “Answer to Today's Rioting Problem”. Jenifer D. Johnson indexes the how-to-guide on recovering from personal psychological warfare, overcoming battles of the mind, mind-control, psychological manipulation, mind-fragmenting, bullying, intimidation tactics, fear, oppression, deception, depression, witchcraft, sorcery, emotional trauma, soul-trauma, torture (mental and physical), mental torment, chemical warfare, acoustic warfare, radionic warfare and technological warfare.
With the United States of America becoming known for mass shooting incidents that are on the rise every day, Ms. Johnson digs deep into the contributing factors of mass shootings and extends thoughtful insight throughout this literary work on how to cope with this ever-emerging issue. Overall, the contents of this book signify the indispensable roles of the state in dealing with government agencies, demonic scientific programs, and experiments which are a menace to American citizens. “Fret Not, Fear Not: Psychotronics” is about the “United States Federal Law Enforcement / Intelligence Community’s abuse of authority and violations of Human Rights and Civil Rights through its use of Adolf Hitler’s mind-control technologies being released on an American citizen in Mississippi. This book is a clarion call for the restructuring of the Federal Criminal Justice system- promotes the need for new laws to protect American citizens’ minds, Human Rights and Civil Rights,” says Prayer Warrior, Jenifer D. Johnson. “Fret Not, Fear Not: Psychotronics,” gives insight to the need to restructure the F.I.S.A. (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) Court System and seeks a Congressional Investigation into the Federal Intelligence Community’s use of Psychotronics on American citizens,” she added.
Jenifer D. Johnson is a Mississippi based Retired United States Department of Justice- Federal Bureau of Prisons Senior Officer Specialist, Jackson, MS, Public Television / P.E.G. Network Personality, Volunteer Television Producer, Author, Blogger, Mental Health Advocate, Bible Teacher, Prayer Warrior, and Emerging Seer/Dreamer. She also ministers on her website/blog Jeniferdemetris. She is an advocate for Human Rights and spreads the words which carry courage and heroism for those low-in-spirit. To get inspiration from her story and passion visit: http://www.jeniferdemetris.website and http://www.jeniferdjohnson.com/