Wikipedia finally has a page about gang stalking, and guess what? It's full of every establishment psychobabbler that you might expect, including heavy citations from these exact epolice and state, prison industrial complex affiliated doctors here, all of who are on my Source Watch list. Extra points of you notice how integrally they are all … Continue reading Source watching gang stalking: Finally, a Wikipedia page about gang stalking–full of establishment shills, pro-prosecution pundits, and Big Pharma drug pushers–and Dr. Lorraine “Can’t Get It Right” Sheridan, Of Course!
Many years after the New York Times ran a "hit piece" called "United States of Paranoia" and claimed that all targeted individuals are nutters, the following happened: the federal government began prosecuting the eBay Gang of stalkers a gang whose members comprised executives from eBay the federal government began prosecuting an IMDB stalker and an … Continue reading 2 Source Watching in the gang stalking dialectic: Mike McPhate, journalist, bio, contact, New York Times, California Sun
Just after the US federal government filed hate crime charges against the "gang" of men who "stalked", and murdered Ahmaud Arbery, his mother Wanda Cooper-Jones filed a one million dollar lawsuit alleging conspiracy and coverup. These gang stalking lawsuits are NOT about the money, they are about bringing this practice of "gangs of police" and … Continue reading Ahmaud Arbery’s mother files one million dollar criminal conspiracy lawsuit: Gang stalking lawsuits are not called “gang stalking lawsuits”
The most commonly cited sketchy psychologists who have gone on record claiming that gang stalking complainants are “delusional” are nearly all pro-police, pro-prosecution, and anti-democratic These range from forensic psychologists to cold case investigators, and others employed in the Prison Industrial Complex (PIC) and other for-profit carceral systems of various nations. Here below is a … Continue reading 1 Source Watching in the gang stalking dialectic Dr.s Lorraine Sheridan, David V. James, Christine Sarteschi and a few others–these psychologists and pundits are pro-surveillance state, and anti-democracy