The Forth Worth Weekly covers Gang Stalking, in “Targeting Targeted Individuals,” by Teri Webster And, its full of the the usual suspects “perpetrating” it

Do Targeted Individuals need more targeting? Teri Webster of the Fort Worth Weekly thinks so. Maybe that’s because nearly 100% of all cases of complaints of gang stalking online are the result of current and former military, police and their associates, targeting individuals, and targeting the narrative of “high policing” itself. And, most of the garbage, psychobabble, and other pollution online about this topic comes from law enforcement sources too.

As most are aware, the gang stalking dialectic contains only two kinds of people:

1- fact and evidence based claims of police corruption, colloquially called “gang stalking,” and such claims made by people who are targeted by the rampant and very corrupt surveillance industry full of ex-police and investigators. and

2-a squirrely, psychobabbling, vindictive and sadistic group of folks who ramble on incessantly about “directed energy weapons, aliens, talking to the dead, and UFOs*”

The former category includes whistle blowers, genuine activists, and dissidents, many of whom were targeted during the post-Patriot Act era with punitive political investigations waged by western religious jihadis, while the latter category is nearly and very exclusively police and military trained intelligence operators, with Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Human Intelligence (HUMINT) , and special investigators of all kinds ranging from coroners and crime scene investigators to forensic psychologists, and behavioral analysts, as well their friends and associates inside and outside of policing.

Webster tells us a story of these exact same types of people waging targeted harassment, aka “gang stalking” on individuals who challenged “official source narrative,” which, in journalism is a big deal, because all official sources, and the real “good stories” come from “officials,” which some say is counter-productive to the cause of journalism itself.

That other piece is correctly titled “Gangstalking” and also with little surprise, we see persons affiliated with a few county coroners offices and other “official source narrative” across the country engaging in a coverup of the murder (or manslaughter if you will) of a star college athlete.

I ask the reader to decide for themselves, and dig around a bit in the case of Tanner Barton, and have a look at the peculiar facts in that case, outlined at The Odyssey Online, in a piece titled Bad Medicine, by Kaci Dillingham:

The group arrived back at the Lindskoog house by 1:57 AM. Tanner spoke with his girlfriend on the phone from 2:07-2:11 AM. Sometime after this, for reasons unknown, Tanner collapsed.

It was reported that the children woke Jeff Lindskoog to let him know something was wrong with Tanner. By this point, Tanner had begun to foam at the mouth. Rather than calling 911, Jeff instead cleaned the expectorate from Tanner’s mouth and repositioned him. He instructed Michala to sleep near Tanner to keep an eye on him. Nothing more was done. In the morning, Tanner was obviously dead. Jeff compromised the scene by cleaning up the vomit that had pooled around Tanner’s head. At this point, he still did not call 911. Instead, he took photos of Tanner’s body and emailed them to Carol to ask what he should do.

Dr. Todd Cooney was called and consulted for his opinion before paramedics were contacted. Why? Why would Jeff Lindskoog call a veterinarian before he called for emergency services? Michele Barton has a theory. She believes her healthy son died after ingesting ketamine — a substance Cooney had a long and troubled history with. A substance that she believes was provided freely, along with alcohol, to minors in the Lindskoog home. No one called for help the night of Tanner’s death because they were never concerned for him or his well-being. They were only concerned with covering their tracks and protecting themselves.

….follow the links! Connect the dots! Its all there, in the stories above.

Related Links: In the case above we see links to all of the following:

-narrative control agents, including Dr. Phil, and other MSM “Hollywood mafia*” narrators

-many, many forensic and cold case analysts, current and retired police and investigators, as predicted by ROGS Analysis

-that those who have access to official sources “gang up” to control the narrative

-that many of the official sources also pitch “woo” meaning that they are all practitioners and supporters of junk science, ranging from Dr. Phil and psychology, to Oprah Winfrey’s other woo-puppet, Dr. Memet Oz, who has notoriously backed many junk cures and un-scientific studies

So, in these cases notice how the carefully filtered narrative asks all the wrong questions.

Notice that the carefully crafted narrative featured at Dr. Oz’s website avoids asking Dr. Todd Cooney”why didn’t any of you assholes call 911?” or “why did you assholes reposition the guys body, and wipe foam from his mouth as he died?”, and instead, here is the ketamine addict and homeopathic animal doctor Todd Cooney being asked all of the wrong questions by his ally in gang stalking.

What is your response to anyone who may believe you are directly or indirectly responsible for providing the drug Ketamine to Tanner Barton and others present at the home of ***** and **** ********* on April 21st-22nd 2012?

And:

What would you like everyone to know about your connection to the case of Tanner Barton?

Also related here is Oprah Winfrey’s long and sordid history with woo and junk science, as discussed here at Vox media.

*The Hollywood Mafia, like all mafias, is not simply one allied group, but instead consists of many different mafia’s, with the Jewish mob being the most prominent. However, in this case, we see Oprah Winfrey’s gargantuan footprint and media empire active in this narrative.Hollywood narrative control is a feature of many gang stalking complaints and case studies online.

This narrative control even has a name in the public relations industry: brand monitoring

https://www.brandwatch.com/blog/brand-monitoring/

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