The jury is in! Gang of stalkers Gregory and Travis McMichael, William Roddie Bryant sentenced to life in prison for murder of Ahmaud Arbery

The tables are starting to turn on these "gangs" of state sponsored stalkers that are comprised of prosecutors, current and former police, military and intelligence agents, state workers and their community assets. It is becoming better known that these types actually form gangs and stalk people, sometimes killing targets exactly as street gangs do, but … Continue reading The jury is in! Gang of stalkers Gregory and Travis McMichael, William Roddie Bryant sentenced to life in prison for murder of Ahmaud Arbery

Dumbest attorney ever: “Wull, if he’d’a just froze an not dun anytheing, he woul’na got shot.”

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.”

Thanksgiving Turkey’s: Trio of Georgia gang stalkers who murdered Ahmaud arbery “GUILTY!”

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!”

That one day when you realize that your nation’s “law enforcement agents” are terrorists: the case of Donald Sachtleben, whistle blower

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

“No-one said ‘I’m making a citizen’s arrest today’,”as prosecutor lays the case against Ahmaud Arbery’s vigilante murderers

They "trapped him like a rat," she said Prosecutors argue racism key factor In her opening statement, lead prosecutor Linda Dunikoski told the jury: "All three of these defendants did everything they did based on assumptions - not on facts, not on evidence." Ms Dunikoski showed an extended version of the mobile phone footage taken … Continue reading “No-one said ‘I’m making a citizen’s arrest today’,”as prosecutor lays the case against Ahmaud Arbery’s vigilante murderers

What is “white supremacy? A gang stalking story, in two pictures

Bruce's Beach, CA, was a two acre plot where entrepreneurial black Americans started a resort. Then "Tires were slashed. The Ku Klux Klan purportedly set fire to a mattress under the main deck and torched a Black-owned home nearby. Fake “10 minutes only” parking signs were posted to deter Black out-of-town folk. " The city took … Continue reading What is “white supremacy? A gang stalking story, in two pictures

1 Source Watching in the gang stalking dialectic Dr.s Lorraine Sheridan, David V. James, Christine Sarteschi and a few others–these psychologists and pundits are pro-surveillance state, and anti-democracy

The most commonly cited sketchy psychologists who have gone on record claiming that gang stalking complainants are “delusional” are nearly all pro-police, pro-prosecution, and anti-democratic These range from forensic psychologists to cold case investigators, and others employed in the Prison Industrial Complex (PIC) and other for-profit carceral systems of various nations. Here below is a … Continue reading 1 Source Watching in the gang stalking dialectic Dr.s Lorraine Sheridan, David V. James, Christine Sarteschi and a few others–these psychologists and pundits are pro-surveillance state, and anti-democracy