Note to any actual TI's: Feel free to write at the address provided, or my comments section, but understand that I am NOT a psychologist, I am a lay person, and as such will advise you to get help by buying a camera and a tape recorder, and doumenting your experience. Then, if I think … Continue reading I get Letters, part Deus ex Machina
To those who have written here to express your anxiety or to tell your tales of your adventures with OGS, thank you for reading. I hope you find this information helpful, and please pass it along. To those who came here to experience the rare breath of non-bullshit in the OGS community, and to the … Continue reading I get Letters. To which I reply-Get an RF METER. They’re cheap and effective proof if what you say is true. Otherwise, don’t write.
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.
Most of those who write about OGS mention that they are frequently the targets of specialized internet harassment that takes various, often personalized forms*. There is the standard theft of email, sometimes as one writes it; there is the recurrent and constant theme of computers being hacked; and online manipulation of speakers who use words … Continue reading Organized stalking and Five Eyes Alliance, disruption, online mobbing, and database abuse: documenting OGS with evidence
Eleanor White is one of the few who have a internet presence documenting gang stalking, and also, one of the few who has revealed that retired law enforcement agents participate in or otherwise instigate gang stalking. She is widely discussed in the online TI community, and has several websites that became inactive around 2011, just … Continue reading Gang stalking and retired law enforcement and LEIU’s
As victims of organized gang stalking began to organize online and off, and alternative media outlets carried an increasing number of articles revealing organized gang stalking between 2008 and 2015, institutions and academics, as well as crisis PR agents and agencies, working with mainstream media, began a discrediting narrative about organized gang stalking. Not surprisingly, … Continue reading Gang stalking and Dr. Lorraine Sheridan and David V. James meet Elizabeth Dietrich at the discrediting narrative in action: mass shooters in the summer of ’16.
For nearly a decade before I knew about it, various government agencies were using fake cell phone towers to locate cellphones. In order for these devices, called StingRay, and Hailstorm, and Triggerfish, and a bunch of other brands, to locate a phone, there was just one little glitch: they swept up entire neighborhoods of cell … Continue reading Organized stalking and cell phone surveillance