Tim Cushing at Mike Masnicks Techdirt.com is consistently doing excellent reporting about organized gang stalking, aka FBI Infragard facilitated,Israelified/militarized, DHS “high policinghigh policing,” aka community policing, like this example here.
Here is a sample below of excellent reportage from Tim Cushing, about how bizarre, and dysfunctional policing is，for any journalist who wants a shot at my Gary Webb Award for Excellence in Gang Stalking reportage (military disinformation from private contractors in Kuwait, FBI DITU and DHS shills that includes DEWs, and other typical police /military /ADL /Masonic psychobabble like this here ,or pure babbling garbage Dr. Tomo Shibata, or Karen Stewart and “Targeted Justices” disinformation campaigns will be rejected):
Related Story: Wired online has since published an excellent piece about gang stalking, that acknowledges in part, the era of the CIAs drug running programs, and the subsequent blur between domestic law and CIA Chaos, that includes actual psychological operations that are encourageed by the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP) and carried out by DHS contractors, like PsOps, and other weaponized investigative cockroaches who feed at the trough of the terror -creation CVE money piles.
(Mis)Uses of Technology
from the when-all-you-really-want-is-a-shitlist-filled-with-minorities dept
Fri, May 3rd 2019 3:35pm — Tim Cushing
The City of Chicago’s Inspector General has released a hefty, disturbing report [PDF] on the Chicago PD’s gang database. This collection of people — all lumped together as gang members or associates — is shared with over 500 government agencies. Given this alarming fact, you’d think the CPD would be a bit more professional when compiling it. But you’d be wrong. The thing that leaps out immediately is how demeaning the database is, thanks to officers’ input.
[S]ome entries raise serious concerns about how CPD officers perceive and treat the people with whom they interact. OIG found that CPD officers entered occupations for individuals on gang arrest cards that included “SCUM BAG,” “BUM,” “CRIMINAL,” “BLACK,” “DORK,” “LOOSER [sic],” and “TURD.”
This epitome of community policing is being turned out on every governmental street corner. 500 agencies have made nearly one million inquiries of this finely-sourced database over the past decade. Whatever they were looking for was most likely black, male, and residing in certain Chicago neighborhoods. Not because that’s what these other agencies were actually searching for, but because that’s all the Chicago PD had entered into the database.