Someone please make Alan Van Arsdale aware of this information. Granada Hills 
IS part of Los Angeles; it's in the north east area of the San Fernando Valley. 
The area code there is 818.


Arlene Johnson
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>>Government/Alien Implants Removed in California   Thu Aug 24, 2006 5:38 am 
>>On Saturday, May 18, 1996 three people underwent the surgical removal of 
>>unusual foreign objects from their bodies at a private medical facility in 
>>Granada Hills, California, near Los Angeles. Two of the people reportedly 
>>believe they have had contact with alien beings who may have installed the 
>>so-called implants. The third person said he did not believe he had ever had 
>>alien contact. Instead, he said, the object might have been installed under 
>>his jaw during dental surgery several years ago. 
>>The surgeries were performed by a team headed by Dr. Roger Leir and 
>>Houston-based hypnotherapist Derrel Sims, the same team that performed 
>>similar and much-discussed implant removals last August. 
>>About 30 invited observers crowded a small meeting room outside the operating 
>>room and watched the operations on closed-circuit television. Among those 
>>present were Whitley Strieber and his wife Ann, Robert O. Dean and his wife 
>>Cecilia, television producer Robert Kiviat, filmmaker Paul Davids, attorney 
>>Daniel Sheehan, hypnotherapists Debra Lindemann, Barbara Lamb and Donna 
>>Higbee, and CNI News editor Michael Lindemann. A number of Japanese guests 
>>were also present. 
>>The first two operations went very quickly. Both patients were women, and 
>>each one had a similar object removed from the calf of her left leg. 
>>These objects were very close to the surface and were removed following a 
>>simple incision. They were described by Dr. Leir as "nodules" of 
>>indeterminate composition. When excised, each was surrounded by tissue. Both 
>>objects with their surrounding tissue were approximately cylindrical and 
>>measured about 1 centimeter long by one-half centimeter wide. 
>>Dr. Leir explained that the tissue would be removed from the objects, and 
>>then the tissue and the objects would be analyzed separately. Results of the 
>>tests might not be available for several weeks or more. 
>>It was not immediately clear whether or not the objects removed from the two 
>>women were metallic. 
>>After her operation, which involved only local anesthetic, the first of the 
>>women answered questions for the observing audience. She said she first 
>>suspected the presence of an implant after she discovered an unexplained 
>>"scoop mark" on her left calf about one year ago. Subsequent x-rays indicated 
>>the presence of an object. This woman, an active member of a local MUFON 
>>chapter, already considered herself an abductee, and said she is also 
>>convinced that abduction has run in her family for several generations. After 
>>learning of the work of Derrel Sims and Dr. Leir, she volunteered to have the 
>>object removed for study. 
>>She said she did not experience any sensation of pain or any change in her 
>>body during or immediately after the surgery. She said she believes she has 
>>another object in her right ear that should also be removed for study. There 
>>was no indication if or when this would happen. 
>>Commenting on the implications of these surgeries, she said: "I hope doctors 
>>will see that this is real. So many people need help and support. There 
>>aren't enough support groups. Most abductees don't have a support system." 
>>She also said she would like her encounter experiences to end, and that she 
>>fears for her two children. She does not believe her children have had 
>>encounters yet. 
>>The second woman patient did not make any public comments following her 
>>The third patient, a man in his mid-30s, presented a very different 
>>situation. He does not believe he has had alien encounters. Instead, he 
>>believes an object was inserted into the flesh of his neck below his left jaw 
>>during dental surgery for the removal of a molar several years ago. 
>>**At the time, he was employed by a Department of Defense subcontractor, and 
>>the dentist was recommended to him by his employer. No evidence was offered 
>>as to why the dentist or the employer would be involved in placing an implant 
>>in this man. However, he said that immediately after the dental surgery, he 
>>began hearing two distinct voices in his head. He had himself examined and 
>>tested by several different specialists in an effort to rid himself of the 
>>annoying voices, but to no avail. Finally, he underwent MRI and x-ray scans, 
>>which clearly revealed the presence of a foreign object in the tissue below 
>>his left jaw. 
>>The operation to remove this object was much more difficult than the other 
>>two surgeries. A device called a flouroscan was used to locate the object 
>>during the surgery. Despite clear x-rays, Dr. Leir said that without the 
>>flouroscan it would have been extremely difficult to remove the object, which 
>>was at least one-half inch below the surface of the man's neck and shrouded 
>>in fatty tissue. From the moment of the first incision, the surgeons took 31 
>>minutes to finally remove the object. 
>>This writer was allowed a brief look at the object. It appeared metallic, 
>>silver-gray in color and shaped like a tiny flat disc, approximately 3 
>>millimeters in diameter. 
>>**The physicians noted that there had been no scar on the man's face 
>>indicating the penetration of such an object from the outside. It is 
>>therefore possible that the object was inserted from inside the mouth. 
>>The man had received a local anesthetic and was able to leave the clinic 
>>shortly after the conclusion of his surgery. However, his operation had 
>>obviously been a physical and emotional ordeal for him, and he declined to 
>>answer questions. 
>>The fact of unexplained foreign objects in the bodies of abductees opens a 
>>whole new chapter in the serious research of possible human encounters with 
>>other intelligence. 
>>**However, the possibility that the object removed from the third patient may 
>>have come from a human agency points to a very different and potentially 
>>alarming mystery. Was this man the subject of some form of mind-control 
>>experiment? Is the object possibly a "tag" or "tracking device"? Will the 
>>voices in his head stop now that the object is removed? CNI News will 
>>continue to follow this developing story. 
>>Author Whitley Strieber, an observer at these surgeries, praised the courage 
>>of the three patients and the pioneering efforts of the Leir-Sims team. 
>>Strieber said he too believes he may have one or more implants in his body, 
>>and he intends to have them removed. However, he said he also believes it is 
>>appropriate for other medical teams to undertake this work, and he expects to 
>>have his own implants removed and studied at facilities in his home town of 
>>San Antonio, Texas, at some future time. 
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