Friends in “high places”: Pasco Sheriff Chris Nocco flaunted access to power, highlighting the problem of “the Jesus” and sheriffs department gang stalking

In the Tampa Bay Times series "Targeted" we get a glimpse of how sheriffs departments are using gang stalking to "harass targeted individuals until they move away or sue." These departments are all over the USA and they act with brutal impunity--until now. This has been enabled across the country because Jewish-christian's --or those who … Continue reading Friends in “high places”: Pasco Sheriff Chris Nocco flaunted access to power, highlighting the problem of “the Jesus” and sheriffs department gang stalking

Gang Stalking Lawsuits: Dalanea Taylor, Tammy Heilman, Darlene Deegan, and Robert A. Jones III are Suing Pasco County Sheriff for “Gang Stalking.”

What is a gang stalking lawsuit called, and how can you identify actual gang stalking programs? In Pasco County Florida, its called "the Program." Lawsuits begin by identifying jurisdictions that utilize or have utilized "intelligence led policing," or "predictive policing," and it truly was the invention of the CIA, FBI, and other intelligence agencies. And--what … Continue reading Gang Stalking Lawsuits: Dalanea Taylor, Tammy Heilman, Darlene Deegan, and Robert A. Jones III are Suing Pasco County Sheriff for “Gang Stalking.”

What is a “targeted individual program,” and where is the proof it exists? There are many, and they go by different names. Here is how to “name them”

KW: Gang stalking lawsuits, targeted individuals, intelligence led policing, how to sue gang stalkers, Pasco County Sheriff sued , electronic harassment, predictive policing program lawsuit, targeted harassment program In trying to change the narrative of organized gang stalking, we encounter the usual hurdle of the gatekeeping mechanism, which is a standard issue in all journalism, … Continue reading What is a “targeted individual program,” and where is the proof it exists? There are many, and they go by different names. Here is how to “name them”