Revisiting the case of Andy Ostrowski: organized gang stalking, federal judges, and political policing

Andy Ostrowski, a civil rights attorney, was gang stalked in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania last year, his personal electronics were monitored from Fusion Centers, and local Wilkes-Barre police literally marauded through his yard,and,as is frequently threatened online by the “hidden”operatives at the internet switch- he was on multiple occasions licked up for “mental health evaluations.”

So,to the researchers of organized gang stalking, criminal and civil defense lawyers, etc.-please note this update in Ostrowskis case below,and the actual mob involved in his back story, as we see how bad actors in the judiciary,work with cortupt political police, and psychologists to literally frame suspects, and entire political narratives.

Because sometimes, the organized mob
is real, and gang stalking denialists Dr.Sheridan, James,et al are purely complicit.

From Happyvalleycitizen.com, the story of a local and possibly literal mob of gang stalkers, working over egregious periods of time to stalk, frame, and harass a civil rights lawyer,with actual Fusion Center hacking and electronic harassment to boot.

Every civil lawyer takes on cases that challenge big government entities or powerful insurance companies, but the marked difference I noticed when scrolling through and looking at Ostrowski’s cases were that there were a plethora of cases that were challenging the Pennsylvania judiciary directly. As in, the message seemed to be it’s okay if you want to go after big government or corporate America, but don’t you dare touch the judiciary. I realize having this perspective when considering Ostrowski is challenging in mostly part due to who Ostrowski is or you think he is. For those reasons, I bolster my findings by pointing out his disbarred law partner Don Bailey.

Don Bailey, (attorney for former PA treasurer who committed suicide during live television on a press conference, and was accused of some pretty nasty financial fraud allegation), caught my attention due to the cases that he was known for. Activists like Molly Biancovo or Mike Ferrence are active in promoting this idea that the Pa court Judges in Superior Court are Italian placed and part of some sort of some type of mob organization. I laughed at this idea initially, it’s like hearing someone claim that the moon landing was fake. But when you start to draw the lines that connect the relations, to the people sitting on the Superior and Supreme Courts, there is also something unsettling about the nepotism. Molly specifically first drew my attention to the Zapalla crime family out of Pittsburgh. One Zapalla brother is the Allegheny County District Attorney, but if you look a little deeper, most (almost all) of these judges have some sort of ties to the Zapalla family. Like I said, it’s one of those ideas that is so hard to wrap your head around, I resisted the inference from the beginning. Difference is, I was curious and skeptical enough to look and see what she was ranting and raving about. I wasn’t expecting there to be any merit to what Biancovo was claiming, yet the close ties are shocking.

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