Gang Stalking lawsuits, 2021, 2022, 2023, targeted individuals, targeting children, Intelligence Led Policing philosophy, predictive policing
All over the western world, and in the USA, “predictive policing” is used to target, monitor, stalk, and harass people who have not committed crimes. But predictive policing utilizes CIA derived technology, junk science, and racial profiling disguised as “Intelligence Led Policing” all of it road tested in Silicon Valley spy rings and middle eastern apartheid states.
One former deputy described the directive like this: “Make their lives miserable until they move or sue.”…..and: “Criminal Justice experts “compared the tactics to child abuse, mafia harassment and surveillance that could be expected under an authoritarian regime.
Many people ask: “who are targeted individuals,” and “who targets targeted individuals?” And “What is gang stalking?” And “where are the gang stalking lawsuits?”
Suit Filed Against Pasco Sheriff For Use Of ‘Predictive Policing’: The Institute for Justice said Pasco County’s policing program is “as dystopian as it is unconstitutional.”
The answer is this: all targeting is police, military, and spy agency related, and it has real victims who are called “targets,”, some of whom are now suing police agencies and state institutions. Meet the journalists from the Tampa Bay Times who write about “targeted individuals”:–and the gang stalking lawsuits based in how police target and harass people have only just begun(click this link to follow these cases).
Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco took office in 2011 with a bold plan: to create a cutting-edge intelligence program that could stop crime before it happened.
What he actually built was a system to continuously monitor and harass Pasco County residents, a Tampa Bay Times investigation has found.
First the Sheriff’s Office generates lists of people it considers likely to break the law, based on arrest histories, unspecified intelligence and arbitrary decisions by police analysts.
Then it sends deputies to find and interrogate anyone whose name appears, often without probable cause, a search warrant or evidence of a specific crime.
They swarm homes in the middle of the night, waking families and embarrassing people in front of their neighbors. They write tickets for missing mailbox numbers and overgrown grass, saddling residents with court dates and fines. They come again and again, making arrests for any reason they can.
One former deputy described the directive like this: “Make their lives miserable until they move or sue.”
And this, which defies every core logic of any so-called “democracy” anywhere”
Criminal justice experts said they were stunned by the agency’s practices. They compared the tactics to child abuse, mafia harassment and surveillance that could be expected under an authoritarian regime.
“Morally repugnant,” said Matthew Barge, an expert in police practices and civil rights who oversaw court-ordered agreements to address police misconduct in Cleveland and Baltimore.
“One of the worst manifestations of the intersection of junk science and bad policing — and an absolute absence of common sense and humanity — that I have seen in my career,” said David Kennedy, a renowned criminologist at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, whose research on crime prevention is referenced in Pasco’s policies.
I first encountered gang stalking around the time a poison pen letter was slipped under my newsroom door.
Like all of such casual leafleting slipped under targeted news editors everywhere, it was the notorious spy ring called the Anti Defamation League (ADL) on one hand decrying “hate” and on the other, asking for boilerplate publishing rights at that newspaper. I knew what was soon to follow, because history repeats itself, and I had watched how that organization coopts dissent in examples like the 1993 “ADL SPying Scandal.” Like their compatriots in racist organized religion who were then waging the Satanic Panic, I was well aware that the ADL stages its own types of political hoaxes.
And like most political advertisements, buzzword laden advertisements, and other racist, religious, or sectarian screeds, I filed it in my curiosities cabinet along with Scientology, white power, and other radical and divisive type racist/sexist/religious pamphlets and appeals.
I didn’t publish it, because that would have been vainglorious, or self serving virtue signalling (self-protective is a better phrase, knowing what I now know about those types of organizations, and the ADL specifically.) At the time, I didn’t think much of it, because I frequently got fliers under the door, one of the ways that political groups, event sponsors, advertisers and the like tried to access column inches in the newspaper. But like all advertisements, I knew what that one was, due to its distinct racist and race baiting angle, which is the norm in so-called “liberal” journalism today.
Related Story: Read “The Kings of Garbage,” a story about ADL spying on activists, and the political blackmail, smear campaigns and other fun that followed. Also see “Faking Rights: Why anti-racists detest the Anti Defamation League“
I view things through the lens of Horeshoe Theory, and I find little difference between ADL types and altNazi’s, and in fact, in most cases, their ideologies–and the group-think of their members–cannot be discerned one from the other except for the name of the group attached, because their levels of invective and bias–and yeah, actual hate are one and the same disease. And I treated it like the curiosity that it was, no different than any other racist political screed: I filed it in my curiosity cabinet with other divisive literature.
These types are as much a problem as they are the solution, pushing legislation that puts victims of “hate crimes” and “hate speech” alongside police, who are rightfully derided for their crimes, and abuses.But hey–I still have a copy of that original poison pen advertisement if anyone is interested, so that’s good. And, others are now writing about “targeted individuals,” too. Also good, I think.
Go over there and read that series–its an eye opening journey through the modern American police state, as seen through the eyes of this generations pre-vetted, young ADL sponges which can barely comprehend the enormity of how widespread these databases are, or how many actual targets. But it gives us a clue about how ADL types and their pet Nazi’s in policing use the term “silent genocide” in the gang stalking dialectic as a straw man argument to justify what they are doing to actual victims of these practices.