With Thanksgiving out of the way, the next looming holiday is Christmas/Xmas/ The Winter Solstice/Chanukah celebration. I recall over the years, how some have found the time to make a comment on one or another of my blogs saying things like "Seriously--is THIS what you did for Christmas?" The general tone of such comments was … Continue reading Lulz! All I want for Chanukah is a Christmas tree and thoughts on the Koming Kohanim Kingdom: The most Jewish of the Jews? Sidestepping Jesus for the holidays!
Julius Caesar met the most unfortunate end, as his best buddy Brutus joined a gang that murdered him SO it goes with all "gangs" of "stalkers." Veni, Vidi....Abracadabra, and GOATS! What comes around does indeed go around. Back stabbers! What comes around, does indeed, go around too. Image Source It's predictable, this sort of treachery … Continue reading Let’s meet an actual “demon” who has been named in a federal lawsuit! And let’s call him by his proper name: Courtland Tanner Vaughn, I invoke you! You have been named in a federal lawsuit! Abracadabra, E Pluribus Unum! And Veni, Vidi….
Anthony J. Broadwater was convicted of a #fakeRape. His very real accuser, Alice Sebold made tens of millions off of her very real claim. Let's take a look at the #fakeRape industry, and one man's claim against it. Anthony J. Broadwater was convicted in 1981 of raping Syracuse University student Alice Sebold--who went on to … Continue reading The Rape Hoax Industry Revealed: “Lovely Bones” author Alice Sebolds #fakerape hoax ends, as Anthony J.Broadwater is exonerated, spotlighting “junk science” once again
Attorney Allen Tucker, a friend of the McMichael's who are now convicted of murdering Ahmaud Arbery is the guy who put out the video, because he feared there would be "a riot." What a riot! He says "Wull, if he'd'a just froze an not dun anythieng, he woul'na got shot." Sure, why not jst "freeze" … Continue reading Dumbest attorney ever: “Wull, if he’d’a just froze an not dun anytheing, he woul’na got shot.”
Just kidding--Brian Laundrie's "official" autopsy is in and the results are that he allegedly committed suicide. I mean, how anyone could know that from a skull fragment is far beyond my tiny little imagination, but there you have it. And of course--I am a skeptic, because, as we saw, he was under 24-7 surveillance by … Continue reading Brian Laundrie autopsy: murdered, by a gang
I recently fielded a most odd case where a man has been targeted by a cult in Mississippi. That cult even worships goats, apparently. And it put me on a rather interesting journey to find out exactly what laws in Mississippi allow a man to kill a potentially dangerous animal that a neighbor allows to … Continue reading When can you kill a goat in Mississippi? Animal manslaughter laws, explained.
The gang that killed Ahmaud Arbery is guilty--and that's a good thing. You might recall the Ahmaud Arbery case, where a "gang" of "stalkers" literally hunted a human being who had committed no crime, and then, they shot him, three times with a shotgun, as he fought his aggressors--who had no legal right to stalk, … Continue reading Thanksgiving Turkey’s: Trio of Georgia gang stalkers who murdered Ahmaud arbery “GUILTY!”
I have been waiting for a story like this for quite some time. Like the many other cases that "prove" gang stalking, this case has all of the elements. Have a look at the latest plumb crazy, insane activity that gang stalkers participate in: In the case of targeted individual Richard Moore of Mississippi, there … Continue reading Courtland Tanner Vaughn: when immature women and state cultists steal the lives of young men who have no idea what hit them
Richard Moore is being gang stalked in Mississippi, and he is one of the few genuine targets I have ever met. Use my search feature, KW: "Richard Moore." To give you an example of what gang stalkers do--and the absurdity of their "pranks" I ask you to go over to his Youtube channel, North Mississippi … Continue reading The “Spiritual Battlefield”–and goats, courtesy of “merry prankster” asshats in Mississippi, and a good preacher, Richard Moore.
Many who are following along here at http://www.gangstalkingresearch.wordpress.com might wonder why a case like that of Richard Moore in Mississippi is relevant, or why I am focusing resources on exposing a "gang" of "police and their associates" who are targeting him. A good analogy is to say that Moore's case gives us a glimpse of … Continue reading That one day when you realize that your nation’s “law enforcement agents” are terrorists: the case of Donald Sachtleben, whistle blower