Dear Fusion Center: I saw something! I am saying something!! The local CIA Operation, a predictive crime and human tracking program called LASER is about to go nuts! And I had to ask the Russian's about it- because apparently the first amendment and FOIA only works in Communist countries now. Related Story: What is Operation … Continue reading Who wants to watch a murder tonight?
"until in exasperation he was glad to take hasty leave from the abode of the Saints" from the tell-all book "How to Keep a Sacred" by Jethro Whittington (*jk* that is actually from the MormonThink.com glossary) I don't write about the case of Rick Krlich enough, but since eight people read old posts about the … Continue reading Rick Krlich and gang stalking and fire trucks and Ohio: what does it take to get federal attention to prosecute gang stalking*?
Police Use of Social Media Surveillance Software is Escalating, and Activists are in the Digital Crosshairs September 22, 2016 Issues : Privacy and Government Surveillance, Racial Justice, Technology and Civil Liberties SHARE: Twitter Facebook By: Nicole A. Ozer follow @NicoleOzer It goes without saying that speaking out against police violence or government overreach shouldn’t land … Continue reading Organized stalking and police surveillance of social media: ACLU notes that targeted ‘influencers,’ activists and other TI’s are ‘real’
Val is a merchant mariner, one of the most noble professions I can think of. When he is not at sea, he works with his family as an apprentice electrician, in a wealthy area of a large city. Then, like most men who are men, he spends some time when he is not at sea … Continue reading Val is an electrician, and he was approached as a gang stalking recruit in an environment loaded with Durkheim’s ‘anomie’