The headline up there is an inside joke-it came from inside my head. You see, lot's of people think that sooper seekrit agencies like the CIA listens to us all. But that's not true! That's crazy! And worse- a "potentially dangerous tribe of troubled minds" in the organized gang stalking online community are starting to … Continue reading Have you noticed the CIA listens in to key discussions online?
Speaking of gag orders and gang staking- was "the forgotten man," 9th Circuit Appeals Court Judge Jay Bybee's son gang stalked to death? Or- was it "gang staking?"Or, even feminist jurisprudence and the stanky lutefisk of hidden internet operations? One doesn't write about the son of a judge lightly-and especially, writing about such when that … Continue reading Gag orders and gang stalking: 9th Circuit Appeals Court judge Jay Bybee’s son- a gang stalking victim?
"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*?
Many online narratives about gang stalking reference Mormon's, and many blog comments also. While at face value most gang stalking blogs are likely cover operations and recruitment centers for FBI or other agency informants, they are also sometimes actual narratives of people who are being targeted in these pseudo-investigations. UPDATE 07-20-2017: This is the singular … Continue reading Gang stalking, Mormons, and the FBI