Rick Krlich and gang stalking and fire trucks and Ohio: what does it take to get federal attention to prosecute gang stalking*?

“until in exasperation he was glad to take hasty leave from the abode of the Saints”

from the tell-all book “How to Keep a Sacred” by Jethro Whittington (*jk* that is actually from the MormonThink.com glossary)

I don’t write about the case of Rick Krlich enough, but since eight people read old posts about the case of fire trucks and fire departments being involved in organized gang stalking, it seems important again.

Related: the ACLU 2008 Report that notes how Suspicious Activity Reports filed by police, fire personnel, and other “insiders” were deputized to begin the database lynchings that we see today: ”

Fusion center pro-ponents consciously regard the “800,000 plus law enforcement officers across the country… as “the ‘eyesand ears’ of an extended national security community,” and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence encourages the intelligence community to consider all state and local government officials as “the first line of defense in a very deep line of information assets.”
The federal government’s increasing efforts to formalize, standardize, and network these state, local, and regional intelligence centers—and plug them directly into the intelligence community’sInformation Sharing Environment—are the functional equivalent of creating a new national domestic intelligence agency that deputizes a broad range of personnel from all levels of government, the private sector, and
the military to spy on their fellow Americans”
Read this post to see how this money is being used as police and firefighters compete fr federal funding, and wage culture wars.

It is a very common claim in the OGS dialectic that firefighters are part of what gang stalking IS, and that using state resources to control local populations or individuals via the use of fire trucks is well documented-so well documented that there are several blogs about that alone-and one could if they chose write a book about just that! Google “gang stalking and fire trucks” if you don’t believe me.

I suspect that eight bald headed bean counters or tribalists are reading these posts about OGS and the fire department, but that’s probably just healthy paranoia, based in past experience, and fact; but as it is also well documented that writing about OGS is a “threat” to certain people who are in the business of hate, disinformation, and stalking narratives themselves, while hiding behind mantles of authority, it takes or special significance, because these same people also financed or influenced OTHER well known tribal enforcement schemes.

And as we see with these ‘certain groups and people’ most of them are racist “honkies” who sling mud and then cry bully when it gets tossed back at ’em.

But Garrick and his wife Lucinda Krlich, you see, were the subject’s of a ten year long harassment campaign where an entire town-including police squad cars, and reportedly the police chief- honked their horns in front of his house, and he captured TEN EARS worth of video of them, and their associates doing EXACTLY THAT. With license plate numbers and all.

And he STILL lost in many claims in court, because the prosecutor and th judge and the other corrupt local officials-you guessed it-they all work together- our democracy is THAT corrupted and THAT useless at the local court level. Put in other words, he and his wife were “gang stalked,” with tactics that are well documented in nearly every online narrative of “what is gang stalking.”

And horn honking campaigns, or, in the coded jargon that some use online-“noise harassment,”is one of the many weapons of social control that police do not take seriously. And these “weapons” and official collusion are a major component of what gang stalking IS. So-who would YOU call when the “good guys” are in fact a local racket-little better than any gang, anywhere?

And, many online have documented the involvement of fire trucks, and also, documented how these “emergency service vehicles and their operators” are used in small town terrorism, aka gang stalking. Any psychologist should know this-and certainly civil litigators and criminal defenders as well. But it’s too bad that the Krlich’s didn’t know what I know about these things-and that the federal, state, to local data theft pipeline leaves internet trails that can be followed to prosecute these honkies.

Well here is a guide written by te ACLU, the EFF, and the NACDL that outlines the various hacking that federal ‘task forces’ and agencies use to target real estate and its owners; and tactics of hacking and malware that Fusion Centers and law enforcement deploy against those they target. Hopefully, others will be smarter, stronger-and faster than the ten years it took the Krlich’s to gather evidence against these domestic terrorists who hide their bad/ilegal conduct behind badges.

Well- to say that a bunch of honkie’s merely honked their horns would be an under statement-and a disservice to many horns: because they actually BLASTED their horns, as Krlich’s video tape rolled, from sun up to sun down, the town of Hubbard, Ohio waged a gang stalking campaign where honking their car horns was the weapon of choice, sometimes, up to 100 times per day.

But what are weapons for anyways? In a society where staged/manipulated terror events take place every week, and where we are being told/asked to forego our second amendment rights, and “trust the goodguys and their gallies”we should examine the mindset of these select persons a bit deeper, to note that sometimes, the good guys ARE THE BADGUYS, and worse.

But-before I get into Krlich’s story (which I have covered before) let me first tell you what a honkie is, from Urban Dictionary, and Dawn Davenport (and note the connection to “saving hookers“):

a derogatory term for a Caucasian person.
there are three main theories for the origin of the word:
1. the word originated from the practice of white males wishing to hire African-American prostitutes in the 1920’s, and going to the appropriate part of town while honking their car horns to attract the whores. Some versions state that the reason for this was that the white men were too afraid to actually stop in those neighborhoods, so the honking would bring the hookers to them. Others say that since few African-Americans could afford cars back in that time, the honking signaled a higher-paying white client and would quickly gain the prostitutes’ attention.
2. the term comes from the word “honky-tonk”, which was used as early as 1875 in reference to wild saloons in the Old West. Patrons of such disreputable establishments were referred to as “honkies”, not intended as a racial slur but still a disparaging term.
3. “honkie” is a variation of “hunky” and “bohunk”, derogatory terms for Hungarian, Bohemian, and Polish immigrant factory workers and hard laborers in the early 1900’s. African-Americans began to use the word in reference to all whites regardless of specific nation of origin.
also apelled “honky“.
by Dawn Davenport October 25, 2004

The avid ROGS reader will note that modern gang stalking will also note that honkig horns was also from the tactics of the Ku Klux Klan, who were also extremely fond of honking their horns at uppity folks; and maybe, some of the merry band of do-gooders in the various Whistling and Whittling clubs and state sponsored staling cults that populate our federal, state and local agencies are also a bunch of honkies.

Here, have a look at how vigilant and heroic honkies are, and especially, look at who “they” “target”:

So the City of Joseph’s elders ingeniously met the increasing flood of Gentile undesirables by organizing the boy population into a “Whistling and Whittling Brigade.” Suspicious strangers immediately would be surrounded by groups of boys, armed with long-bladed jack-knives and sticks. Whichever way the suspect moved, the boys followed; whistling and whittling as they went. Not a question would they ask, not a question would they answer. They were too small to strike individually; too many to battle collectively. When they descended on a hapless stranger, they hugged his presence like vermin, until in exasperation he was glad to take hasty leave from the abode of the Saints

I don’t know, because I don’t work for them, but you can see in my thesis that many honkie’s in America are also not white these days-and the agencies have a sort of ‘battle of the honkie’s’ going on within their various tribal/religious/ethnic cults that work within the High Heels Policing scheme are not all white honkies, but in fact, have increasingly high numbers of “other” people in them who are honkies-but decreasing numbers of non-racist/egalitarian/secular people.

Put another way, most honkies are in state or federal or local government and work because they are honkies, paid an extra premium to be honkies, and keep non-honkies unemployed, or otherwise harassed to the margins. So, you will find many non-honkies do NOT work in federal, state or local schemes of social control and social engineering.

But back to Krlich-and let’s take a look at how his ten year long campaign of honkies began-and for those who are following the thesis, note that IT STARTED WITH REAL ESTATE:

Real Estate Deal That Started It All

And then … the Clemente house became empty. And everything changed.

“The Clemente House” — 723 East Liberty Street, right next door to Garrick and Lucinda Krlich’s home, and, like the Krlichs’, a neat older two-story home.  Sitting on an acre of land, it had been inhabited for many years by Mary Clemente, who initially shared ownership of the home with her brother Arthur.

Mary lived alone in the house until the inevitable day in came when she had to enter a nursing home. Another brother, Frank Clemente, became her guardian.

Rick Krlich, who has acquired several of the properties surrounding his home over the years and manages them as rental property, told Arthur Clemente he would like to buy Mary’s share of the empty home.

Arthur Clemente told Krlich that he couldn’t sell the house.  “It belongs to the state,” he said. “This house is to pay for Mary’s care in the nursing home.”

Krlich learned from Arthur Clemente that Mary Clemente went into the nursing home as a Medicaid patient.  It followed, then, that her share of the property next door would have to be sold to satisfy the State of Ohio’s right to reimbursement.  According to Ohio law, a home that is no longer the principal place of residence for those receiving nursing home care under Medicaid must be sold at a legitimate price to reimburse the state unless it qualifies as being essential for self-support.  Any joint owner of the property must live there in order to protect his or her claim to exemption. Neither condition applied here, and Krlich began to wait for the property to be offered for sale, likely through seizure by the state.

But that didn’t happen.   Arthur Clemente died in 2005.  Apparently secure in his continuing ownership of his half of the home, he had willed it to another brother, John Clemente Sr., who also did not live in the house.

Time went by, and the state did not exert its claim.  Krlich finally contacted the Jobs and Family Services Department, which administers the Medicaid program, and asked when they planned to proceed.

“They weren’t interested,” he says.  “I was told the whole Clemente ‘thing’ was so convoluted that it would take too much time to fix.  Their attorney didn’t even understand the law about seizing property in order to reimburse the taxpayers who were paying for Mary’s care. I had to explain it to him.”

Follow this link to read more

As we see, gang stalking goes both ways politically, an also that the state dismisses the claims of a person who is not part of the gang. Like all/most claims where real estate is involved, we see that state acting as a partial party, but also, as a selective enforcer of ‘rules, regulations, and LAW.’ And this is almost “too American-” but it’s not legal.

Related Video: Slavery By Another Name, a story of how local economies and the “peonage system” of slavery and exploitation, which is the historical precursor to modern organized gang stalking.

And- it cannot be missed that some in America have sold us ALL in America when we look the other way as they claim privileges that are NOT within Constitutional boundaries-such as the right to NOT pay a mob-tax to organized crime disguised as DVIC “warriors.”

*You might have forgotten the asterisk in the title. This is a little joke, that will make you feel better about your own case-because we all know that many gang stalking cases are ORCHESTRATED by the FBI in collusion with local officials, as they work together to generate federal funds that benefit these well organized local actors. [Google “Ted Gunderson” and have a laugh a how involved they are in it. Gang stalking is a MAJOR factor in “political policing” and the FBI is America’s premier political ‘enforcers.’ And for those who have never heard those term before-they are colloquially called “the Corporation” because they only serve those interests.]

Related Story: What does radical religious fanaticism, and zionist brainwashing have to do with firefighters? “Not One Fingernail!”

And: WTF is wrong with OHIO and free speech?

 

https://researchorganizedgangstalking.files.wordpress.com/2017/09/gang-stalking-_-internet-connectivity-as-an-emerging-mental-healt.pdf

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