Good Reads: NYPD whistle blower Adrian Schoolcraft sent to psych ward Most, if not all organized gang stalking activity, or claims of such activity, involve police or other agency involvement. And, one of the claims that is frequently used to discredit those who allege they are being harassed or otherwise manipulated, and sometimes even “mind controlled,” is that these people are mentally ill.I once thought this was true as well, until it happened to me.
More and more, we see that those who attempt to create a false narrative about gang stalking are in fact encouraging the Martha Mitchell effect among researchers of organized stalking, criminal defense attorney’s, social workers, and psychologists.
Lastly- and without irony- it was confirmed at the same time that the NYPD had in fact used electronic sound weapons on peaceful protesters.
So far hundreds of people have been arrested for protesting peacefully and over the weekend the NYPD deployed the “LRAD”, which is a sound cannon that projects a painful tone into peoples ears while commanding them to disperse.
Meet Adrian Schoolcraft, NYPD whistle blower who refused to issue phony tickets and make false arrests:
Schoolcraft, who settled his claims against the city for $600,000 in September, had charged his fellow officers conspired to have him held against his will at the hospital for six days after he complained of a quota system at the 81st Precinct in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.
Schoolcraft, 40, alleged that two doctors bought the NYPD’s story that Schoolcraft was crazy without considering that the disgruntled cop was actually telling the truth in October 2009.
A Jamaica Hospital spokesman had no comment.