Gang Stalking Originated with CIA Experiments into Human Behavior
I had met with the FBI in June of 1998 exactly two months before I started Fordham Law School. During that interview, memorialized in a 302 Memo I later obtained in F.O.I.A. litigation, they asked me only one question twice “are you sure that you are going to Fordham Law?”. I knew that they may have had the gall to monitor me there, but upon later reflection, it became apparent that they hijacked my law school education.
In my second year, I had taken the bait and enrolled in Federal Criminal Law with Professor Daniel C. Richman. It became clear to me that there was directed communication and even threats from this weasel. Nonetheless, I had committed to taking out loans even having my now deceased father co-sign. I was in the game for a pound. I did my required “thesis paper” on intangibles prosecutions under the mail fraud statute with Richman.
When an Asian student interrupted our conversation by suggesting that my paper could focus on the”intent”element of the statute, Richman corrected her with a glare. Later I would realize that I was being groomed not to develop too keen an insight into the law. They had altered the curriculum and the faculty. This was an intelligence operation, or at least part of a larger one. Richman was well connected to the deep state. This is evident in the fact, that if you Google James Comey adviser, your sole result will be one Daniel Charles Richman, currently ostensibly a tenured law professor at Columbia Law School:
Another flagrant covert operative was Professor Katherine M. Franke who currently is also ostensibly a professor at Columbia. Ms. Franke replaced Professor Gail Hollister, at last minute to become my “torts professor”. While I could write a tome about my odd experiences at Fordham Law, I am going to condense these vignettes with a few key facts (quick and dirty as Richman liked to say). Franke was a complete fraud. By her own admission, she was being coached by Professor Deborah Denno. Once I had asked Franke if the statute of limitations on product liability cases were affected by the UCC? She said, “what’s that the Uniform Commercial Code?” Anyone who sat for any Bar examination would have that so drilled into their head that the very question from her was preposterous. Also, she did not teach a single class on defamation , libel or slander. Now, They have built her up into an international Human Rights Lawyer. Interestingly, she works in conflict areas like Palestine, teaching “women’s law and queer law”. Also, Franke is “Chair” of the Center for Constitutional Rights Board of Trustees; it is no wonder that advocacy groups, controlled by government, rarely take on issues of the deep state’s agenda such as the gang stalking Program, i.e., they are owned by the deep state! I guess it is all good cover for a spook:
Who’s playing Shemp?:
I also, at the time, had a therapist, Denise Trainer, who was obviously in on the game. It was clear that she had a dossier on me including my past sexual behavior. She obviously had a background in law enforcement:
In my opinion, all of these people are still active in intelligence operations. They are all still “working” with gang stalking victims and others who are “at play”.
Richman is a special case. He is Comey’s official adviser, and most likely had a direct impact on the decision to re-open the Clinton emails, effectively placing Trump in the White House.
According to David M. Silvey (deceased at age 58), in his posthumously published book, Operation Artichoke, gang stalking is rampant on the campuses of the University of California. Silvey, a decorated Vietnam special forces soldier, wrote about the connection between Project Artichoke, the predecessor Program to MKULTRA, and gang stalking in the context of human behavioral experimentation. On page 140 of the preview to Project Artichoke linked below, Silvey explains that “gang stalking” was originated in U.S. prisons and U.S. College campuses where the CIA had abundant human and technological resources, based on his own observations attending several U.C. Colleges after his return from the Vietnam War: