Air Force Seargent indicted in “security gang” drive by shooting of police officer: organized gangs of police, military, and security contractors vie for power.

So, if my blog has demonstrated anything with empirical, testable, and falsifiable/verifiable scientific evidence, it is this one point: organized gang stalking is police, current and retired police, working with intelligence agencies (both public and private) and an octopus of non-governmental organizations (NGOs)and other “assets” doing illegal, bad stuff, ino order to control social narratives, and advance their ideologies, or defeat the ideologies of others.

“I became unreasonable,” –
Steven Carrillos words of a likely controlled asset to its handler

Here is a good story to start with.

For evidence, I ask the reader to refer to how I was personally gang stalked in Minneapolis, MN, by organized gangs of police, retired police, security contractors, and their related other scum.

Then, refer to these stories below, where you can trace how one incorruptible and average “doorman,” myself, started what some call a “revolution,” (its not) simply by being in the “right places at the right times,” and refusing to be a rat for the police and their undemocratic, anti-due process, hidden societal “assets.”

Look!

A (pseudo, FBI/NGO asset controlled) revolution begins!

Look!

ROGS knew the murderers of so many local, critical thinkers, and refusniks! (and other doormen, just like like George Floyd)

Look!

Authorities are unresponsive as they target individuals,and quickly spread disinformation, lies, slander, and defamation using their own gangs to control media! And another recent gang stalking turned mass homicide in Canada highlights how real estate agents like Tom Tagart (feel free to sue me, Tom) who work in city hall and town councils, work with security contractors (also named Tom Taggart), various NGOs, community clubs, and police target real estate too.

Yup. Human rights of due process and civil liberty, including privacy in ones relationships and personal affairs, and civil rights are very important to free societies.

But not at all in gang stalking, because gang stalkers flaunt, skirt and delberately evade the law, as we saw in the now-famous case of the gang stalking of Rick and Cindy Krlich by a shitbag fire chief, a police chief, and many of their incestuous small town clicque who were served nearly unenforceable restraining orders. And, a small bonus, as one of those named gang of municipal employed stalkers was later convicted of calling in fake fires, and skimming the town till. Dont be a Dickwitt!

So, take a look at how one gang stalker threw away his USAF career, by targeting other police/military personel: gang stalking IS GANGS IN SECURITY AND POLICING.

Heres proof:

Air Force sergeant accused of killing Santa Cruz deputy charged in fatal shooting of federal officer during protest in Oakland
By Jessica Schladebeck
New York Daily News
Jun 17, 2020 | 11:45 AM

A United States Air Force sergeant arrested in the fatal ambush of a Santa Cruz County deputy earlier this month has also been charged with gunning down a federal security officer amid protests over George Floyd’s death back in May.

Air Force Staff Sgt. Steven Carrillo was charged Tuesday for the drive-by shooting that killed 53-year-old David Patrick Underwood, one of two officers shot outside the Ronald V. Dellums Federal Building on May 29. They were guarding the courthouse as protests over the death of 46-year-old Floyd, who died in police custody on Memorial Day, raged on nearby.
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Carrillo, who allegedly has ties to the far-right “Boogaloo” movement, was already behind bars on state charges in the killing of Santa Cruz County Sgt. Damon Gutzwiller, when the second wave of charges were announced.

Authorities said the 32-year-old suspect and a second man, Robert Justus Jr., drove to Oakland with the intent to kill police, a mission they believed would be made easier by the large demonstrations spurred by Floyd’s death.

Neither men were part of protests, prosecutors noted.

Underwood’s death sparked a days-long manhunt for Carrillo. Officers turned up at his home on June 6 after they discovered his white van, abandoned and filled with ammunition, firearms and bomb-making equipment, authorities said.

Carrillo then allegedly ambushed the officers, killing Santa Cruz County Sgt. Damon Gutzwiller and critically injuring another deputy. Carrillo also suffered a gunshot wound fled the scene.

Authorities said the suspect managed to carjack a vehicle before he was ultimately taken into custody.

On the hood of the stolen truck, Carrillo used his own blood to scrawl the word “boog” and “I became unreasonable,” according to the criminal complaint.
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Both phrases are also associated with “Boogaloo,” a term used by the extremist group to reference a violent uprising or civil war in the United States, authorities said.

“Pat Underwood was murdered because he wore a uniform, but he was much more than just the uniform he wore. Pat Underwood was a brother, a father, and a son,” US Attorney David Anderson said in statement.

“Many, many people will miss hearing the sound of his voice and laughter. Pat Underwood wore his uniform because it signified his authority to protect the courthouse where we are gathered here today.”

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