There is strong circumstantial evidence that gang stalking is an elaborate federal police trap:
1. An almost complete media blackout on the issue. No serious attention given to the subject even after active shooters Aaron Alexis and Myron May both identified themselves as targeted individuals, and both contacted “activist groups”.
2. For the past 10 years the word “perp” has been used to describe stalkers by “activist groups”. This word is rarely used by civilians but uniformly used in police-speak.
3. The stalkers have been trained to use FBI floating box surveillance techniques. These techniques are known to all targets of the Program. The link below elaborates on this FBI technique:
4. According to Loyola Law School Professor Alexandra Natapoff’s book Snitching 50 percent of all narcotics cases are prosecuted using informant testimony as key evidence. She also points out that some 15 million Americans come into contact with the Criminal Justice System every year either through arrest, probation, parole, or some other court monitoring scheme. This does not include the millions of families that have to deal with CPS every year making them vulnerable to state bullying and the schemes of sociopathic bureaucrats.
Organized Crime Is the Real Target
Consider the resources being employed in this Program, and anyone of average intelligence will know it is a federal operation. Who are the feds biggest domestic targets? Violent Extremists including militia members, eco-terrorists, animal rights activists, and hackers are all included, but, the longest and most resource intensive campaigns by the feds have historically, and up to the present day, targeted Organized Crime, local police corruption and local political corruption. All three of these are closely associated and their targeting includes a plan to federalize most serious crimes, including narcotics and the rackets. Federal conspiracy laws are so loose that the mere testimony of an un-indicted co-conspirator can support a conviction.
The people who will make the feds case against organized crime in this Program are not core members of organized crime. They are the less vetted members who have low standing, but, are involved in the daily criminal activities of the organization (associates, petty criminals doing freelance work, hangarounds, prospects). The government has already established that it will puff up the criminal credentials of these more loosely affiliated members to bring down real members and high ranking members of O.C. These peripheral associates are closer to the street corner dealers, pimps, petty thieves, etc., that are doing the gang stalking. These street corner criminals are also largely owned by the government, most of them being compromised informants. With 1 out of 5 members of O.C. being a snitch, it is foolish to trust anyone out of the core inner circle.
The feds are aware that there is more heroin and cocaine being trafficked in Brooklyn and Queens today than there was during the pizza connection cases. Narcotics, along with numbers, escort services, etc., are run by people outside the LCN, typically trusted relatives, via store front businesses that also serve as an initial source for laundering money. This is especially important in providing a degree of organizational separation in areas like narcotics where the feds commit massive resources. As was the case 30 years ago, a relative with one or more pizza shops will supply middle level dealers, who in turn supply customers and smaller dealers (in Maspeth, Ridgewood, Bushwick, etc., bikers ran much of the cocaine supplied by LCN). So, what does this have to do with gang stalking? Firstly, someone connected to the rackets, who is not a member or associate/wise guy will puff themselves up and be prone to acting tough by association. Secondly, these affiliates are prone to be drawn into stupid police traps. They are likely to grandstand by participating in gang stalking harassment, imitating organized crime members, but directing their harassment toward easy targets such as a gang stalking/conspiracy against rights targets. These mobbed up business fronts are particularly close with corrupt local police, many of them on federal radar and unwittingly being groomed as future heat magnets/federal targets. They also represent the weakest link, and will be compromised/flipped by something small like a tax evasion case.
The intelligence game requires that useful information be given to federal targets to gain their trust. This is merely a cost of doing business to the feds. O.C. benefits from street level criminals in various ways. They either pay a street tax for doing their criminal activities, or have a franchise type relationship where they buy drugs exclusively from an O.C vendor who also provides police protection. The same goes for information. The feds will make information from criminal harassment networks, i.e. gang stalkers, useful to O.C. so they think they are the ultimate beneficiary of this activity. Before coming to that determination, and keeping in mind the very loose nature of federal conspiracy laws, here are some of the major federal conspiracy crimes that O.C. members are on the hook for. The phrase guilty by association, rather than actual guilt, is well known to O.C. members who have done long stints in prison for getting mixed up with clowns (remember it can take decades for the feds to actually close a large-scale,multi-district federal case):
18 U.S.C. 241 Conspiracy against rights (despite being dubbed the “KKK” Act, this is a color blind statute, i.e., it applies to all victims equally regardless of race, religion, gender or any other factor).
18 U.S.C. 242 the same Conspiracy law as above applied to local police and other government officials with lighter penalties.
Patriot Act Section 802 “Domestic Terrorism” this law can trigger indefinite detention without the right to a lawyer. This law also does not require violence, but merely the threat of violence or coercion.
All of these laws carry lengthy federal prison sentences, and the possibility of the death penalty.
Federal criminal jurisdiction is commonly established when a crime occurs that crosses state lines, usually as a criminal violation of the commerce clause. Criminal violations of the commerce clause include hijackings and restraint of trade, but could be applied to any crime crossing state lines. A violation in the case of gang stalking would involve communication among criminal harassment networks across state lines that interfere with a targeted individual. Targeted individuals often report being harassed in multiple states, and while traveling through different states. The businesses that gang stalking targets frequent are also targeted and sabotaged (e.g., damaged deliveries, increased theft, vandalism, robberies, assaults etc.). It is a no brainer that the feds will use this as a basis for federal criminal jurisdiction as well as the stacking up of serious federal felony charges. Given the facts of how this Program operates, the resulting indictments will read like Hollywood scripts.
The DOJ Stalking Report of 2006 reported 3.4 million stalking victims. It also left out almost 2.2 million “harassment” victims because they did not subjectively fear for their lives. 18 percent of victims reported being stalked by two or more perps from both the stalking and “harassment” target groups. This means, based on a conservative estimate, over 1 million Americans are being gang stalked. Since targets uniformly report 24/7/365 surveillance and harassment both at home, work, and in the community, this requires 4 full time jobs to accomplish for every target (given that there are 168 hours in a week). Given this intensity of resources, only free labor can explain this ongoing operation. The only pool of free labor available for these activities would be the 5.1 million Americans that are under some form of community supervision (probation, parole, etc.). This is clearly a government Program that could not be run without snitches. That 5.1 million figure is about 5 times the size of all full-time police on the state and federal level (5 is also the number of snitches that each FBI and detective are told to have as a minimum according to sources, including former career FBI agent turned whistleblower Wes Swearingen; Swearingen wrote FBI Secrets in 1994).
Methods & Techniques of the Gang Stalking Program
Compare the FBI’s Gang Stalking methods to those of the Stasi. They are identical.
Upon information from police, former FBI officials and other investigators we know the following facts about the gang stalking Program:
The gang stalking Program is an illegal, covert, federally run counterintelligence Program. It currently has at least several hundred thousand Americans under 24/7/365 surveillance at home and everywhere they travel. It has at least a million gang stalking group members, primarily criminal informant snitches, and misguided Neighborhood Watch program members. It has the support of the government, including fire, police and emergency services. It has been in operation for at least two decades, and is basically a “partially-privatized COINTELPRO*” that was “ramped up” after 9/11. It applies formulaic, programmatic COINTELPRO harassment techniques against individuals targeted by the Program. ( *40% of the federal intelligence budget is privatized. Most of these funds are allocated to military contractors and security firms with employees that have security clearance that federal judges and even Congress don't have.)
Here are some salient techniques of the Program:As with the former COINTELPRO Program, there is a formula for the Gang Stalking Program to identify a targeted individual, disrupt, destabilize and finally destroy, or, "neutralize" the individual target. The process is uniformly reported by thousands of targeted individuals, across the country, as being highly programmatic, systematic and systemic. These are some of the gang stalking techniques, or gang stalking methods, being routinely and uniformly reported by targets of the Program nationwide. Targets experience some or all of the following in their daily lives: Brighting: high beaming a target. Mobbing/Crowding a target by swarming them in public. Directed Conversations: conversations strangers have in public relating to the target's personal life. Entrapment: setting the target up on criminal charges. Illegal Entry into the target’s home or car. Illegal Audio/Visual Surveillance/ Bugging of target. Intimate Infiltration: Planting spies on the targeted individual, or recruiting spies by using their existing relationships. Isolation: isolating the target from friends, family, etc., by spreading lies and rumors. Mail and Email Tampering. Mimicking: copying the target’s daily routine by throwing out the garbage at the same time or using the water or bathroom in an adjacent apartment at the same time. Noise Campaigns: slamming doors,loud stereos, car alarms going off in tandem, using power tools at late hours. Psychological Sensitization/Anchoring: getting the target to become "sensitive to" or sensitized to everyday stimuli,such as colors or everyday actions, e.g, following the target in bright red clothing and/or swarming the target’s vehicle with red vehicles continuously until the target develops a phobia to the color red. Slander Campaigns: spreading lies and rumors about the target such as they are a drug dealer, pedophile, etc. Sleep Deprivation: timing noise campaigns at the time the target normally sleeps. Telephone Re-Directs/Wrong Numbers above and beyond what the average person might experience. Theft: stealing from a target. Moving Foot and Vehicular Surveillance Techniques: following the target wherever they go, tracking the target using GPS. Vandalism / Property damage: breaking windows, slashing tires, dumping garbage on a target’s lawn
Compare Stasi Zersetzung:
“The operative’s psychology is to be besieged using procedural processes, interrogation and prior intelligence, so as to penetrate the enemy’s inner workings. In this way, knowledge is gained regarding the thoughts, feelings, behavior patterns and psychological traits of the adversary, which may provide precious keys in his dismantling and liquidation, in gaining influence over him, and in his decomposition and recruitment …” – a brief extract from the chillingly brutal working guidelines for the staff who worked at the central preventive prison for political prisoners of the Ministry for State Security (the STASI) in Berlin’s Hohenschoenhausen district under the former repressive East German regime.
However, this prison – the subject of Nina Toussaint and Massimo Iannetta’s documentary The Decomposition of the Soul – was no ordinary detention center. The building – which never figured on maps of East Berlin and which, today, still bears the marks of Germany’s recent past (Nazism, the Soviet occupation and the Communist dictatorship) – has the sinister distinction of possessing as many interrogation rooms as detention cells. Its topology and organization betray its true function – a huge interrogation center, a veritable laboratory of psychological destruction. It is a symbol of the ex-German Democratic Republic GDR’s general system of repression: a place dedicated and devoted to the art of “operative decomposition”.
As the filmmakers explain, the arrest of a suspected enemy of the state was “of course, part of the procedural process. It may be limited to intimidation, or lead to an “investigation” with graver consequences: permanent preventative detention, repeated interrogations, total isolation, the semblance of a trial, heavy sentences, the impossibility of social and professional reinsertion, harm inflicted upon loved ones, stripping of nationality and expulsion from the country, incitement to suicide, or even thinly disguised murder”.
Part of the detention center’s buildings have now been taken over by offices and shops, but a STASI museum was opened there to inform about the inhumanity of the GDR’s state security system, and in October 2001, the Free Democratic Party tabled a motion to the Bundestag calling for the Hohenschoenhausen detention center to be preserved as a permanent memory to the second dictatorship under the Socialist Unity Party of Germany (SED)’s regime alongside the STASI headquarters in Normannenstrassee and the Berlin Wall memorial at Bernauer Strasse.