In three days, in New York, two well respected journalists, and socioligist Alex Vitale will discuss police stalking of activists and disdidents, communities of color, and and a host of other political targets.
Police stalking, aka stalking BY police, and its attendant bizarre conduct, aka organized gang stalking, aka, constant and chronic harrassment of targeted individuals us what the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals call “colluding parallel investigations, which you can view here.
ROGS blog-the blog you are reading now-has offered a reward/award for journalists who use the phrase “organized gang stalking,” in main stream media, and published work, and who use this term/phrase in its proper context, which you can view in context by reading this story here.
That award-the,Gary Webb Award for Excellence in Journalism, carries a $1000 stipend, and features a trophy of a gold plated pig trough with the bottom chewed out, and two .22 calibre bullets dangling above it, held for eternity by two silk threads.
Candidates for this award should apply directly at my blog here,and contact me at my email, but I advise any applicants to steer clear of applying if you are totally full of shit like fake whistle blower Karen Stewart (who is mentioned exactly NOWHERE by any reputable journalist anywhere as an actual whistle blower, and the incredibly well financed black propaganda operation “Targeted Justice,”)
Here, below, we see a talk coming up on the 22nd of February, which is Friday of this week.
If you look at the title of this talk, you will see the words “stalker state” and later, you will see phrases indicating that law enforcement has applied the gang strike force/gang database approach to this generations absurdist FBI/DHS COINTELPRO 2.0
And, you will note that the short announcement includes three key pounts applicants should consider in order to qualify for this award:
2-the words and phrases that indicate police, and the blur between FBI and CVE pork barrels are in fact utiluzing gang stalking as a tool of political repression
3- the terms police stalking, and gang are mentioned, and validated-but NOT QUITE spoken correctly, or explored in depth, as “organized gang stalking” as outlined here at ROGS blog, or at the excellent http://www.fightgangstalking.com
Predictive Policing & the Stalker State: Hamid Khan, Alex Vitale & Alice Speri, of the Intercept
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Date and Time
Fri, February 22, 2019
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM EST
St Mary’s Episcopal Church
521 West 126th Street
New York, NY 10027
Hamid Khan (Stop LAPD Spying) in conversation with Alex Vitale (The End of Policing) on the problems with Predictive Policing and the state’s expanded capacity to trace, track and monitor us. Moderated by Alice Speri (The Intercept).
Hamid Khan challenges LA Police Department surveillance and profiling practices that criminalize benign and legal activity, normalize racial profiling, and render people in certain communities as criminal suspects. Khan has a long-standing and deep commitment to social justice for marginalized communities in Southern California. As founder and executive director of the South Asian Network, Khan helped to create the first community-based organization dedicated to informing and empowering South Asians in Southern California.
Alex S. Vitale is Professor of Sociology and coordinator of the Policing and Social Justice Project at Brooklyn College. He has spent the last 25 years writing about policing and consults both police departments and human rights organizations internationally. He also serves on the New York State Advisory Committee of the US Commission on Civil Rights. Prof. Vitale is the author of City of Disorder: How the Quality of Life Campaign Transformed New York Politics and The End of Policing. His academic writings on policing have appeared in Policing and Society, Police Practice and Research, Mobilization, and Contemporary Sociology. He is also a frequent essayist, whose writings have appeared in The NY Times, NY Daily News, The Nation, Vice News, Jacobin, and USA Today.
Alice Speri writes about justice, immigration, and civil rights. She has reported extensively about the NYPD’s use of gang databases and gang conspiracy cases. She is originally from Italy and lives in the Bronx.
Sponsored by: Justice Strategies, The Policing and Social Justice Project, Verso Books and The Intercept
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