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As a former victim of gang stalking, who won a settlement after suing a gang of security contractors–I was an early voice to bring these cases to the press and into the courts. And, more people are doing that now, based upon evidence and testimony I have provided.
I like to think of myself as the little ding in the glass of the mirror that at first goes un-noticed, but turns into a crack that destroys the mirror, and shows us The Wizard of Oz behind it–or in the case of gang stalking–the total surveillance state, wanking itself as it chews through all of our rights.
But certainly I am not alone, no indeed–there are MANY gang stalking cases out there that routinely win or settle–and any lawyer can find these cases if you know where to look.
So, this below from 2010 is another “WIN!” for the actual targeted individuals, and from the early days of my own activism on this topic–and any lawyer can contact me using my contact feature–I can show you, or your investigator how to trace gangs of stalkers online and off.
After we started winning these cases, the police and other agents of the state stepped up their harassment–but ALSO stepped up the online disinformation around these cases “they’re zapping me with laser beams!” and so on is all designed to discredit the complaintant.
But have a look here at what the NYPD did to an activist who simply demanded that they produce an arrest warrant–which they didn’t have. They turned his lawful request into a potential barricade situation where he could have been killed–he is also suing now. And any personal injury lawyer will see the value of taking up these cases–they are lucrative.
In the case below a “gang” from three different police departments were stalking the activist too.
Originally published May 4, 2010 at 10:00 pm Updated May 5, 2010 at 2:31 pm
A 22-year-old antiwar activist from The Evergreen State College will get $169,000 as part of a settlement with the State Patrol and two other law-enforcement agencies over allegations that their officers engaged in political spying and harassment.
A 22-year-old anti-war activist from The Evergreen State College will get $169,000 as part of a settlement with the State Patrol and two other law-enforcement agencies over allegations that their officers engaged in political spying and harassment.
Philip Chinn was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving by state patrol troopers in May 2007, while traveling to an anti-war protest at the Port of Grays Harbor in Aberdeen.
According to court documents, Chinn was pulled over after police had broadcast an “attempt to locate” his car, which was described as containing “three known anarchists.”
The criminal charge was dismissed after tests showed Chinn had no alcohol or drugs in his system. Chinn sued last year, alleging false arrest and violations of his right to free speech.
The ACLU took up Chinn’s cause because it believes the case and other allegations suggest that spying on dissidents by local enforcement, at the behest of the military, “appears to be far more pervasive than we had thought,” said ACLU spokesman Doug Honig.