Tax protester speaks for first time since arrest in prison phone call
Paul Joseph Watson
Wednesday, October 17, 2007
n a disturbing audio clip, Ed Brown speaks for the first time since his arrest and relates how he was gassed by noxious fumes for three days in a detention center as well as being put in a deprivation tank for 15 hours.
Shaun of MaketheStand.com was able to call the Ohio prison that Brown has been incarcerated in and talk with him on the phone for 10 minutes.
Sensory deprivation is a form of torture and extended deprivation can result in extreme anxiety, hallucinations, bizarre thoughts, depression, and antisocial behavior.
Brown also said he had been prevented from making any phone calls or receiving mail.
For the first time, Brown reveals what happened when he was tricked and arrested by U.S. Marshals, including how he was tasered multiple times.
Brown said that he had a chance to fight back during the arrest but that he did not want to hurt anyone.
Brown said his captors were treating him with "professional cruelty" and mentioned that they had also done harrowing things to his wife following her arrest, but refused to go into detail.
"I guess Ed and Elaine Brown, the elderly couple, really rattled their cages, we must be a real terror to the federal government, the corporate structure," said Brown.
Following our article about Ed Brown supporters fearing Brown was being mistreated or tortured, U.S. Marshal Stephen Monier dismissed it, saying, "That's absolutely ludicrous."
From what Ed Brown relates in the audio clip, it's abundantly clear that he is being cruelly mistreated.
Click here to listen to the MP3.
In a related development, Elaine Brown's son David told WMUR News that he has also been prevented from speaking to his mother.
FLASHBACK: Supporters Fear Ed Brown Is Being Tortured