Gangstalking: As these mothers fight for justice, they’re also opening themselves up to online attacks and even hacking–Teri Webster

Re-publishing a peek at “what is gang stalking” from the Fort Worth Weekly to highlight the types of people who afre gang stalkers–and to lend legitimacy to the types of complaints that we see from actual targeted individuals like Richard Moore in Mississippi.

In his case, we see how he is stalked, and approached by various “perps” online and off–and then how those persons try to portray him as an aggressor of sorts–going so far as to file restraining orders on him from several states away,, after he names them for what they are online.

But who are the real gangstalkers here? That depends on which side you ask.

There is no doubt whatsoever in most of these cases–that the exact “usual suspects” of current and former police, military, intelligence agents, and those in their sphere of influence start shit FIRST, and later cry wolf when they are outed online as stalkers.

From the Fort Worth Weekly, a tale of first blood, as we watch these same suspects conspiring to cover up a manslaughter in the case of Tanner Barton.


by Teri Webster

Stacks of folders, binders, and papers surround Michele Barton, forming a symbolic fortress where she has remained captive for nearly a decade. Barton sat amid her carefully organized paperwork during our recent meeting at a Hurst coffee shop, where she revealed a bizarre story of the harassment she has endured since the untimely death of her son, Tanner Barton, in 2012. She spread out the paperwork on a large wooden table after unpacking a rolling suitcase and two backpacks stuffed with documents.

We weren’t there to discuss the details of Tanner’s case and the investigations and theories that have blazed across the national media and social media for years. We talked about a story that until now has remained untold: the harassment of families who have lost loved ones under suspicious or unusual circumstances.

Most people probably cannot fathom how online trolls or people on apparent power trips could savagely attack Barton and other grieving families, but what these victims have experienced has a name. It’s called “gangstalking”: harassment that centers on a group effort to surveil, attack, discredit, and silence a target, sometimes to the point of destroying his or her life.


Barton’s gangstalking story touches a national network of high-profile true crime experts, podcasters, bloggers, and law enforcement officials who heavily influenced public discussions and perceptions about Tanner’s case. Some of them aggressively tried to silence Barton for her blistering criticism of their work and her refusal to accept the official narratives about how her son died.

….follow the links! Connect the dots! Read the whole piec–and the comments–here

One thing that is consistent in all gang stalking cases is that current and former law enforcement, military, intelligence agents of various kinds; state workers and other “official sources” are involved.

That is most famously on display with cases like the lynching of Ahmaud Arbery, or the eBay gang of stalkers now in the federlcourts; or the Pasco County Sheriff, being sued for “predictive policing” targeted individual programs.

Or, organizations like Targeted Justice seeks to build alliances in Fusion Centers in order to enable their own stalking networks, that organization that blipped in and out of the limelight during the Trump era as a group devoted to “fighting gang stalking,” became stalkers themselves, and whose efforts–and results were widely considered political, biased, and fraudulent among actual targets such as these discussed in Webster’s piece.

And for comparison, follow along in the case of courageous Richard Moore, to see what happens in an actual targets life, when gang stalking sociopaths come together to harass an individual.

This is what gang stalking is, and this is who does it–all of them “connected” in some way to official narrators, and police entities. And there is no doubt, they exist to start shit, by harassing others firtst. And that, revealing the true face of the activity of criminals in US law enforcement

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