OSI informers and gang stalking
Targeted individuals and those who seek to debunk “perps” often and frequently claim that one online group, OSInformers, is a disinformation outfit composed of perps who stalk targeted individuals. Also, the claim is that these perps are very well funded, and that mass shooters are often connected to them, or that this is a psychological operation.
And, those who claim this would be right, and the claim has scientific merit, because, in fact, the United States Air Force has a program full of informants called-unsurprisingly- OSI Informant Program. Of the many hits that are generated by this search term below, there are slickly produced video’s, and thousands of comments, but especially, and nefariously, are the Talkshoe podcasts where targeted individuals are mocked, derided, and humiliated. And all of this, because the various U.S. military services are in fact, spying on Americans.
From the ACLU, a case in the courts exposes civilians to un-warranted, non-incidental surveillance-what other programs might they be running off-shore?
Google Search: OSI informers-About 101,000 results
AFOSI’s Cornerstone is to vigorously solve crime; protect secrets; warn of threats; exploit intelligence opportunities; operate in cyber. AFOSI investigates a wide variety of serious offenses – espionage, terrorism, crimes against property, violence against people, larceny, computer hacking, acquisition fraud, drug use and distribution, financial misdeeds, military desertion, corruption of the contracting process, and any other illegal activity that undermines the mission of the U.S. Air Force or the Department of Defense.
In December 2013, The Colorado Springs Gazette reported that the OSI was operating a Confidential Informant Program at the Air Force Academy which recruited cadets to gather information about other rule breakers and criminals. The program left the recruits to take responsibility for both the initial incident that got them into trouble and any subsequent rule-breaking behavior resulting from the directions of OSI agents. One of the cadets who participated said “…it was effective. We got 15 convictions of drugs, two convictions of sexual assault. We were making a difference. It was motivating, especially with the sexual assaults. You could see the victims have a sense of peace.”
In response, The Air Force Academy Superintendent will now have oversight of the program at the Academy. Though she will be aware of the operations, the Office of Special Investigations will still have command and control of the program.