Dear Mr. x:
I have found the link between domestic violence(most of which is never litigated at trial, and all of which is little more than he-said/she-said) and the link appears to be to the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP)and those who can afford to buy the outrageously priced ＄800 ticket to one of their conferences.
The Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP) is on record making a linkage between “multiple converging investigations,” and two other topics of interest: domestic violence and “the delusion of gang stalking.”
Would you be interested in another insight into manufactured terrorism, and how multiple agencies have used Fusion Centers?
Especially, look at the case of Andy Ostrowski in PA., being targeted by people wit “hit lists,” where I predicted this linkage manymonts before,and proved how OGS is exactly what I have documented at my blog.
I ask that you re-examine the issue of how these make-work federal CVE programs have slid the bar from ever-morphing term of terrorism, to the negligible and, nebulous term domestic violence, as they stalk, monitor, and harass activists and dissidents across states, time zones, andusingFusion Centers; and pressure some men so badly that they become mass shooters.
I have enclosed a .pdf file from the 2018 ATAP conference, and seek to point you to the talks titled:
Worlds Collide: A Fortune 100 Corporation, A
Former Employee, A Paranoid Gang Stalking
Delusion, and Colliding Parallel Investigations
– Brad Carnduff, Caterpillar Global Security, Russell
Palarea, Ph.D., President, Operational Psychology
Services, and Chuck Tobin, President , AT-RISK
Applying Domestic Violence Research Findings
to Threat Assessment Missions – Matthew Huss, Ph.D., Creighton University
What we see in case after case is that CVE is now being applied to DV cases, in an ever expanding net.
I think the names in the links above document that linkage,and provide insight into the “delusion” of actual multi-agencies from the federal moneypot making work for themselves; and, creating mass shooters along the way.