So, I have documented a distinct link between crisis PR narrative control and how organizations like the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP) has deliberately blurred the line between so-called terrorism and domestic violence, utilizing what they call the,"colluding parallel investigation,”and advisinglaw enforcement, LEIUs, and Infragard community policing elements to wage pre-emptive, multiple and never … Continue reading An army of Paul Blart the Mall cop and a database walk into the Hero bar: recipes in nauseating social policy and corruption
mail trucks, USPS, and gang stalking And so, turn crappy pictures into ART! The blurry ones make especially nice wall-hangers. I am sure there are a few of the "good guys" and their sisterns of awaiting fruition who read this online performance art that I call "ROGS,"and of course-you "good people" would never condone or … Continue reading How to document gang stalking: a picture is worth a thousand words-but crappy pictures are worthless
I have documented how hidden groups with official cover ranging from Infragard members to the LEIU's and those who work in NGO's and under the umbrella of "community policing" to steal data, and build dossier's on Americans. And I have documented that both the left and the right do it, albeit differently in some specific … Continue reading Neo Nazi’s and other alt-Right hate groups are using gang stalking tactics to DOX those who DOX’d them
One of the common ways that police, prosecutors and judges influence juries; and one way that psychologists are able to broad brush and mis-diagnose mental illness where little or none exists- is that most human beings use common parlance, and unclear colloquial language that, to academics and psychologists, as well as those in the legal … Continue reading What THEY are reading: disabling the power of one word which has nebulous but massively important colloquial meaning, and a discrediting value in legal and psychosettings.
One of the difficult aspects of researching organized gang staking is that government programs such as those exposed by Edward Snowden, actively monitor the topic of research, and make it difficult for the average citizen to write about their experiences, or to blog about the topic. Each Google search triggers a keyword search, and Google … Continue reading Organized stalking and keyword harvesting, aka PRISM and XKEYSCORE programs
Organized gang stalking and fire departments In a story covered on ABC's 20/20,and now, by Courthouse news service, we have a glimpse of organized stalking of a family by firefighters and others who waged a horn honking harassment campaign for ten years against one person, who is now suing them. Meet Rick Krlich and his … Continue reading Organized gang stalking and fire departments