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F.O.I.A. request to CIA

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former FBI officer shares electroshock weapons OK on Georgia campuses:

From: Bobby Hamil
Sent: Monday, August 8, 2016 9:52 AM
To: Bobby Hamil
Subject: new electroshock weapons law
To Clayton State University’s faculty and staff---
Subject: Electroshock weapons
In the most recent legislative session, Governor Deal signed legislation that permits any person who is 18 years of age or older, or who is currently enrolled in classes on the campus in question, to possess and carry an electroshock weapon while in any building or real property owned or leased by technical schools, colleges or universities, provided that the weapon may only be used in self defense or in defense of others (O.C.G.A. 16-11-127.1)
Electroshock weapons are defined as any commercially available device that is powered by electrical charging units and designed exclusively to be capable of incapacitating a person by electrical charge, including, but not limited to, a stun gun or taser.
This law was effective on July 1, 2016. There is no requirement of a weapons permit to carry these devices. No campus property is exempt, including student housing facilities. There is no training requirement or requirement that the devices have to be concealed when being carried.
Contact Public Safety if you have any questions about this new legislation. Thanks.
Bobby Hamil
Chief of Police
Clayton State University
Here is a link to the above legislation in Georgia.

Here is the voting record. 
House vote:

Senate vote:

CARD OF 2 FBI agents that Bobby Hamil suggested I meet upon my return from China.

 Neither_Confirm_Nor_Deny_letter from the  CIA
sent in this envelope sealed with thick brown tape

 July 28, 2017, presentation on CIA by Kevin Shipp that I attended: Thanks, Kevin.

 + FBI WATCH (see this story in PowerPoint under "expose geoengineering")   

 Here's a FBI response to my FOIA request; they cannot "confirm or deny."

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