Waffle House shooter found guilty, not insane, highlighting the conflation of gang stalking “delusions” with schizophrenia disorders

From AP News: Travis Reinking, center, reacts as the verdict is read during day five of Reinking's murder trial at the Justice A.A. Birch Building in Nashville, Tenn., Friday, Feb. 4, 2022. A jury found Reinking guilty of first-degree murder in the deaths of four people at a Waffle House in 2018. (Andrew Nelles/The Tennessean via AP, … Continue reading Waffle House shooter found guilty, not insane, highlighting the conflation of gang stalking “delusions” with schizophrenia disorders

Data Analysis and Mass Shootings: the mass of the data indicate most go unreported, and 81% involve handguns

My goal in weeding through the data of mass shootings is to test one of my many hypotheses: do high profile mass shootings*include the numbers 12 and 13 in the news coverage? Ideally, I can prove myself wrong, but it's not likely that I am--I am suggesting that certain high profile mass shootings are CAUSED … Continue reading Data Analysis and Mass Shootings: the mass of the data indicate most go unreported, and 81% involve handguns

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

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

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

A Berean Baptist and a Taoist walk into a bar….examining the claims of Richard Moore using falsifiable evidence–and Occams Razor!

The simplest explanation is always the best explanation, and when it comes to explaining gang stalking, Richard Moore provides it over at his Youtube channel, the North Mississippi Anti Gang Stalking Association. He provides solid evidence that the local police, the state police, and others as yet to be named, by overt, covert, and non-action, … Continue reading A Berean Baptist and a Taoist walk into a bar….examining the claims of Richard Moore using falsifiable evidence–and Occams Razor!

The story of FBI whistle blower Terry Albury: Ghost leads, “tells,” and rumbling Dodge Chargers (company issued)–a real Minneapolis kind of story.

The Terry Albury story is something I know a little bit about, though I will keep those facts to myself. But it was his work as an "undercover United State's citizen," working at an agency that is anti-democracy at every street corner and alley in the ghetto that US law enforcement has created for itself, … Continue reading The story of FBI whistle blower Terry Albury: Ghost leads, “tells,” and rumbling Dodge Chargers (company issued)–a real Minneapolis kind of story.

Journalists and gang stalking: how to write about these cases?

Youtube is full of excellent, authentic videos that document gang stalking in real time, but there's a problem with these videos: they are often lengthy, hard to watch, and sometimes the victims and perpetrators use similar terminology laden with hyperbolic claims --so its hard to find genuine cases of these abuses! Then, YT is also … Continue reading Journalists and gang stalking: how to write about these cases?

The Department of Justice, and the Department of Education has enjoined the investigation of the Pasco County Sheriff’s “predictive policing orogram”: harassment and stalking by any other name

If you haven't discovered the amazing writers at Techdirt, now would be a good time to to so. Very few news outlets cover these cases well--and amongst the thousands of writers online that are worth reading, I like to recommend Tim Cushing as amongst the top tier legal writers on the internet. Tim Cushing's ability … Continue reading The Department of Justice, and the Department of Education has enjoined the investigation of the Pasco County Sheriff’s “predictive policing orogram”: harassment and stalking by any other name

When the police are the terrorists: the case of Union County and it’s Alpine Volunteers, and makeshift “fusion centers”–the Klan by any other name.

Dear Mississippi State Attorney General Lynn Fitch: I urge you to take action against the type of activity that I watched this morning, as one of your state's citizens endured threats, harassment, and a drive-by "honkey" campaign whose headquarters is at the Alpine Valley Volunteer Fire department, in Union County. And, I want you to … Continue reading When the police are the terrorists: the case of Union County and it’s Alpine Volunteers, and makeshift “fusion centers”–the Klan by any other name.

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