Much as we see with whistle blowers, lawyers are frequently targeted with organized gang stalking, and prosecutors and judges act with immunity and impunity in these cases, which is one reason why there should be federal level action to investigate organized gang stalking.
And, like I have said repeatedly, gang stalking goes both ways-it is perhaps the most pernicious cause of malaise and apathy in the American political system. It is criminality, expressed from the bench, or in the case of Andy Ostrowski in the Kids for Cash state of Pennsylvania (who has still not made a public appearance since he was slandered and framed as a madman)-it is criminality expressed from within a corrupted, flawed and criminal judicial system.
You might remember that some of my personal story contains an “association” with “the terrorists lawyer,” Lynne Stewart, who died earlier this year. I was a college newspaper editor, she was a civil rights lawyer touring the country courtesy of the National Lawyers Guild, and under indictment for “abetting terrorism,” in the case of “the Blind Sheik” Abdel al Rahman, who plotted the first World Trade Center bombing, and who, himself passed away in Supermax prison this year.
She was also known for having represented Sammy “the Bull” Gravano, the mob rat who took down John Gotti. For my regular readers-it might be interesting to note that Rahman had “plotted” his bombings in-you guessed it-1993, and that Stewart was an early casualty of hig heels policing, because as an actual fighter, and as a woman, she was not prone for crying wolf, or whining about fakerape like the “feminists” of today-those who BUILT the prisons and the DVIC.
Instead, working alongside others like William Kunstler, Stewart used her voice to represent clients ranging from Black Panther’s who were adherents of Angela B. Davis, to low level drug offenders, and more.
And, so, few cases provide us a better look at “what is a targeted individual” or point us to how demolished our system of justice is, BY the hidden mechanisms of internal domestic spying that are rampant in police forces across America; and increased several THOUSAND fold since 2001. And, in 1993, some of us saw that forces were building to what we see today-a totally Israelified, militarized America devoid of due process and Constitutional rights, aided by hidden NGO’s and especially hidden under the umbrellla of civil rights itself is one particular organization that is pure poison to free speech.
High heeled flying pigs
And cops simply do not care, they get paid no matter what-and they get special patches on their high heeled shoes that say “Sanctified Son’s of Jesus” every time they fly off on private paid junkets to “the holy land.”; judges are blackmailed and complicit, as they are political watch fobs and controlled assets-and who likely hide their assets in companies like Apple, which has also flown the Americaan coop, and hid their money elsewhere.
Sure- she was a bit of a radical– but so were the founding fathers who wrote in pseudonym, under direct threat of being lynched. And any of my many Mormon fans might ALSO take note that Joseph Smith wasn’t an anything EXCEPT a radical in his era.
And any good Jew knows that if it weren’t for radical Jews, we ikely wouldn’t have a Constitution at all-so you might want to have a talk with your kith AND your kin, all of you. No-really-refute it, I dare you.
Lynne Stewart-from Wikipedia:
Stewart believed that violence is at times needed to correct the injustices of capitalism. She stated that she doesn’t “believe in anarchistic violence but in directed violence,” with directed violence being that which is “directed at the institutions which perpetuate capitalism, racism and sexism, and at the people who are the appointed guardians of those institutions, and accompanied by popular support.”
Back then, the writing was on the wall-the wet dream of a certain organization known for attacking the first amendment was coming true, due in large part to AIPAC attacks on the “American way of life” as these worked together to Israelify the country; and so, speech prohibitions were increasingly prevalent.
Stewart is alleged to have violated something called a Special Administrative Measures provision-i.e. she violated an “administrative GRAY AREA provision”–a “rule” that governs how lawyers can -and CANNOT speak. Um: let me know if you start seeing patterns in the data…but without a doubt, relegating every alleged criminal offense t administrative justice is killing America, and Democracy in general.
As her attorney then noted:
Michael Tigar, her attorney, stated that “this case really is a threat to all the lawyers who are out there attempting to represent people that face these terrible consequences.“ Supporters of Stewart alleged that the government charged her for her speech in defending the rights of her client. They believed that Stewart’s efforts to release communications from her client were part of an appropriate defense method to gain public awareness and support. They also expressed alarm that wiretaps and hidden cameras authorized by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act were used by the government to gather evidence against her, which they called a violation of attorney–client privilege. George Soros‘ Open Society Institute also donated $20,000 to Stewart’s legal defense fund in 2002. Commenting on her case, human rights organization Front Line states that it “has had a chilling effect on human rights defenders who stand between government agencies and potential victims of abuses.”
Yup- its a strange world; but not so strange when you look at the historical fact that COINTELPRO and MHCHAOS never ended, and that the agencies responsible for these domestic attrocites against speech are little more than crisis PR agencies themselves; and that they work behind the scenes in a vast, un-accountable and hidden mechanism to push, prod, and ‘walk the fine line’ between legal and illegal behavior to provoke conflicts across the country.
So-OGS is what this form of policing IS, and we need to bring it to the forefront and into the center of the vernacular.