So, Everton Brown shot up a few noisy neighbors who played kaoraoke EVERY Saturday, all day long, and who liked to fix up their house by banging on the walls too. You can read more about that here, and here, and here, and here, and here, and.... In fact, those posts are some of my … Continue reading Everton Brown, case study aeriel surveillance and paranoia: Appeals court rules Baltimore’s aerial surveillance un-constitutional
When we as "the public" ask ourselves "why did Everton Brown go on a shooting rampage, after trying to use "normal channels of complaint"for 20 years--all of which failed him--we must also ask, then, who EXACTLY was Everton Brown? As in all these cases, the media paints the picture of a "crazy person" on a … Continue reading Everton Brown Update: Say His Name, and the complexity of analyzing targeted black men is compounded by “othering” and typical racism in policing, augmented by “the other white people” from the Anti Defamation League.
Everton Brown was first and foremost, an activist, regardless of how later news reports covered the story of his burning and shooting rampage. Even as he was shot by police, he was standing next to his own vehicle which had a sign on it, reading "Black people are the tool used to maintain racism.-Everton Brown" … Continue reading Gang stalking case study: Everton Brown, WOODLAWN, Md mass shooting, neighborhood disputes: how police use the community, black ops, and racism to target activists
OK, so it wasn't exactly a letter, it was a comment in my comments section, posted to my analysis of the Everton Brown case, where a guy shot up a few neighbors whose property shared a wall with his property and they "played loud karaoke" EVERY Saturday(!), and banged on his walls as gang stalkers … Continue reading I get letters. My latest fan says “Fuck You!” I couldn’t have asked for a better letter, from a stalker.