In what is brewing to be a landfall for targeted individuals, the #faketerrorism plot to kidnap Governor Witmer in Michigan is crapping its pants, because the entire thing was manufactured by the FBI--but also because it reveals how agents use their Infragard cronies to do the dirt that the FBI cannot legally pull off. This … Continue reading FBI agent Jayson Chambers and Exeintel LLC: “Will the FBI investigate cases of organized gang stalking?” Sure they will–as long as its not their own agents doing it. The Michigan case of double dippers
So--I have clearly established that "gang stalking" is nearly 100% the activity of current and former police, military, and military intelligence operatives. Look at this one single case as an example. An FBI trained operative, targets some critics of eBay, using bizarre methods. He blames the FBI directly, because they trained him to do the … Continue reading Prosecuting gangs of police under the RICO Act: the prosecutors or civil litigators second best option in “police gang” stalking lawsuits
I recently got a report that convict Chai Suoa Vang had died, and I am still investigating that. For me, it's one of many "old stories" that I lived through--whose people I knew, and whose story languished in media due to an anti-Asian bias. And as you might predict--racism and stereotypes are at the center … Continue reading Chai Soua Vang–a Hmong milestone: martyr or murderer?
EDITORIAL The judge-created notion of "qualified immunity" is everything that is wrong with America''s broken democracy; and its why the term "police state" is a dictionary-accurate definition of what America--and western countries in general--are in fact and in practice. These are not democracies by any stretch of the imagination, all of them locking up and … Continue reading End qualified immunity for police-and take “privileged investigative methods,” and the grand jury system with it.
Comes once, comes twice--coming three times!!!: Richard Moore is suing window ledge slobbering, gang stalking voyeurs in Northern Mississippi. Who just attacked him, again, as an organized mob.And no one has prosecuted them--yet. The good news? He caught the mob on film. All of my communication is compromised. Union County deputies along with their contract … Continue reading The expanding net of Gang Stalking Lawsuits: Moore v. Edwards, Moore V. Jim H. Johnson and Moore V. Union County Mississippi, as a low level so-called “sex offender” gets mobbed–and films it as it happens
Gang stalking lawsuits are starting to happen. That's a good thing. See here, where a Florida county sheriff is being sued by a national public interest group, the Institute for Justice. Here's more about the elements of stalking, in one US state, and here is advice from the Crown Prosecution Service. As you can imagine, … Continue reading Caselaw on gangstalking the elements behind it: its an emerging field of law
Nearly 100% of gang stalking involves current and retired police, military, intelligence, and security personnel, violating the law. In my own case, I traced and tracked many of my personal stalkers, sued a few of them, shut down a security company, and won a settlement. These shitbags need to be in jail. UPDATE /4/2022: This … Continue reading Gang Stalking Cases and Lawsuits: they are starting to happen, and the feds are indicting gang stalkers