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Gang Stalking is too pervasive to exist undetected by state, local and federal police, yet government entities such as the DOJ remain silent on this nationwide community injustice. In an affidavit by the late Ted Gunderson (Deceased 2011) former head of the Los Angeles FBI office, Mr. Gunderson alleged that gang stalking is a widespread government-supported conspiracy, structured like the FBI’s COINTELPRO, police Red Squads, and East Germany’s Stasi tactics renewed. Trusted federal governmental protective agencies/executives/employees are violating the rights of Americans in ways that are criminal using community spies, slandering targeted individuals, extreme harassment, covert audio and video surveillance, illegal entry into a target's home, and even reports of poisoning of food, and chaos manipulated utter destruction of lives and families.
Gang Stalking is about deception and secrecy in communities. Unspeakable acts, once illegal, are legitimized by the "Warrantless Spy Program, War on Terrorism, See Something, Say Something, Community Oriented Policing, and Neighborhood Watch “like” Groups” run amok, unmonitored, and funded by Congressional programs such as the Byrne Formula Grant. Gang stalking by private intelligence/security firms, lawless federal agencies, and local “community policing” vigilante groups, are pushing people over the edge to suicide or worse, must be exposed and morally challenged!
Anthony Poland, Editor of gangstalkinghelp.org discusses community organized stalking in rural America & proactive solutions for targeted individuals and also the role of the Ultra Wide Band Radar “see through the wall” tracking and surveillance system which connects a mobilized community effort.
NOTE:Those using me as a test subject 100% are tampering with guests, with 10 years of sobriety, hoping to discredit me.
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