Hiding the ball: the FBI web-scrubs the evidence of a shadow company owned by sketchy FBI agent Jayson Chambers and an Infragard agent

When the Internet Archive Forgets: On the internet, there are certain institutions we have come to rely on daily to keep truth from becoming nebulous or elastic...but at least in confirming that you aren’t losing your mind, that an old post or article you remember reading did, in fact, actually exist. It can be as … Continue reading Hiding the ball: the FBI web-scrubs the evidence of a shadow company owned by sketchy FBI agent Jayson Chambers and an Infragard agent

Plausible, or total deniability: is the FBI “behind gang stalking?” The Richard Moore Case.

It's not a crime if we look the other way, right? So, my readers might want to know that Richard Moore was arrested, AGAIN yesterday. Use my search feature, KW: "Richard Moore" to follow this case. Is the FBI behind gang stalking? Let's look at the evidence, and ask the question "What has gone wrong … Continue reading Plausible, or total deniability: is the FBI “behind gang stalking?” The Richard Moore Case.

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