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
In my research spanning two decades, I have found gang stalkers from many walks of life, and everywhere you look in gang stalking, there are indeed well funded campaigns of domestic terror waged against individuals by gang stalkers. Steve Wymer fits that profile, in every way, making this case a 100% ROGS Bingo. From Bloomberg: … Continue reading Boys and Girls Clubs of America: training gang stalkers? Case study, as Steve Wymer of eBay gang stalker fame presides over the Silicon Valley B&G Club
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.
Gang stalking for journalists, psychologists, sociologists, and criminologists The most common mistake that any agent--from any agency anywhere--can make about the perpetration of strange or bizarre or illegal events is to approach data from political perspective, or to blame the "common enemies," because in spook word, sometimes its "our common allies and friends" that could … Continue reading CIA and gang stalking: former senior level agent John Sipher talks about “sonic weapons” attacks in Cuba and around the world, misses the boat on “third party punishment.”