Those researching electronic harassment will no doubt come across the case of John Akwei v. NSA. Mr. Akwei alleges the NSA used it resources, including remote physiological devices, to illegally harass and surveil him for over a decade. Mr. Akwei brought his case before the US District Court in Washington DC in 1992 only to have it dismissed due to the Court being unable to identify any legal cause of action. In 1996 Nexus Magazine published Mr. Akwei's evidence dossier which he compiled after the ruling. The dossier has been republished on several websites sometimes with the spurious claim that Mr. Akwei is a former NSA employee. Other sites have taken the liberty of adding their own content without proper attribution. Wanting to filter the misinformation, I ordered the case file from the Washington National Records Center in Suitland, MD. I have also confirmed that Mr. Akwei is alive and well and as he acknowledges is not now nor has ever been employed by the NSA nor has he ever made any such claims. He also affirms that the images posted here are not his and that in other republications of his dossier the last paragraph has been changed. No other legal action has been taken by Mr. Akwei since the 1992 ruling.
In the interest of presenting the facts of this case I have uploaded the documents I received from the WNRC. Certain names have been redacted per Mr. Akwei's request to protect those who may have been falsely accused due to deception. The note in the case file saying "no page 4 per pltf." is due to a page numbering error by Mr. Akwei at the time of filing.
John Akwei v. NSA (Court Docket 92-CV-449)
John Akwei v. NSA (Case File 92-CV-449)
Covert Operations of the US National Security Agency (Nexus April-May 1996)
The Website of John Akwei