I am following the case of a man in Mississippi who has been gang stalked by the usual suspects in policing, and its tentacles in the community. Via Justia, filed in the Northern District of Mississippi, comes now Richard Moore, suing a few "gang stalkers." Moore v. Edwards et al Plaintiff:Richard MooreDefendant:Blake Smith, Keith Roberts, … Continue reading Gang Stalking Lawsuits: Richard Moore is suing Union County, Mississippi sheriffs department and a few associated gang stalking cowards named Blake Smith, Keith Roberts, and Jimmy Edwards.
Only sociopaths, cowards and psychopaths kill peoples pets. But when police do it, we call it "intelligence led predictive policing." Police routinely threaten dissenters and activists with child kidnapping and worse. In the Pasco County case, these cowards targeted children too When psychologists study people who kill or torture animals, they label these people as … Continue reading Gang stalking lawsuits: Former K-9 officer joined lawsuit against Pasco County Sheriff’s Office, says supervisor threatened to kill his dog
It has been said that the definition of "crazy" is doing the same thing repeatedly, expecting different results. But that is also, peculiarly, part of the scientific method too. The Capitol car crashing by Noah Green fits a pattern--he identified as a black Muslim. Noah Green, above, killed by Capitol Police in yet another "mysterious … Continue reading Noah Ricardo Green, Capitol car crasher: Yet another crazy “SITE Intelligence” related homicide
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”
Throughout this blog, you will note that I, the author, am affiliated with, or frequently reference journalists who have won the coveted Pulitzer Prize. To whit, Carl Bernstein, the journalist who exposed President Nixon's "black operations" has said that historically, the CIA has been quite active at every level of major media, gatekeeping and steering … Continue reading Main Stream Journalists and gang stalking denialism: separating good journalism about gang stalking from disinformation: Ned Beauman, UK New Statesman
“Judas and the Black Messiah," a story of rats, snitches, and FBI black ops tells the story of Fred Hampton, a black activists who was not only stalked, by "gangs of police" but murdered in outrageous circumstances. My own father saw the actual door where official narratives said Hampton was firing rounds out of that … Continue reading A world of police informants, rats and snitches: a peek at the sordid practice of entrapment, harassment, and police/agency informants in the gang stalking dialectic
Double jeopardy is specifically discussed and defined in the United States Constitution, and it is anti-constitutional to deploy it as a weapon of state control of individuals. Yet every day, year in and year out, states across America have legions of individuals under state control,"24/7" via the practice of double jeopardy. From Project Censored, we … Continue reading Mental health, gang stalking, 5150, and the threat narrative of the Domestic Violence Industrial Complex (DVIC)
A mother, loses a son, and so, I am re-opening the case of Tanner Barton, who died under suspicious circumstances, as follows, from Teri Webster of the Dallas Morning News: Most people probably cannot fathom how online trolls or people on apparent power trips* could savagely attack Barton and other grieving families, but what these … Continue reading Gang Stalking for Journalists: Teri Webster gets gang stalked in Texas