What is a “targeted individual program,” and where is the proof it exists? There are many, and they go by different names. Here is how to “name them”

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In trying to change the narrative of organized gang stalking, we encounter the usual hurdle of the gatekeeping mechanism, which is a standard issue in all journalism, and media around the world as governments ranging from post-democracy western allies in the FVEYs alliance, to totalitarian, or authoritarian regimes everywhere all scramble to control our perception of world events. It is one cause under which ALL governments are strangely and perversely united.

Pasco’s program seems like it was ripped from the pages of a dystopian sci-fi novel and not a manual on effective police strategies,”

Here below, for example, is a letter I recently wrote to an extremely well known journalist who I have been attempting to encourage to write about gang stalking for many years, and he is indeed a hard sell as it were, and demands high standards of proof.

This journo has written about people who are actually and provably targeted, and uses that exact phrase at times, covering so-called national security cases; and tentatively agrees with me that a “targeted individual program” exists. But he– as I and others find– agree that there is very little by way of proof in these cases, and, what proof there is is hard to access because the western court systems are nearly impossible to access, costly, and anti-democratic.Throw in the well known and well documented problem of CIA control of media pundits and then, the psychobabble of disinformation specialists, and you have an uphill battle to change this narrative. But there is hope, indeed.

Dear (incredibly well known journalist):

Was the Pasco County Sheriff case enough to convince you? It meets your very high standards and other criterion:
-rigid journalistic standards

-solid evidence of an “organized government program”

-named victims-multiplesources/  news sources concurring

-the use of the phrase “targeted individuals”-actual proof of “electronic monitoring” 24/7

-a lawsuit which will reveal further evidence of the use of “electronic” methods to stalk and harass whole families, on discovery

And here is the headline of that story:

Pasco County parents sue sheriff’s office over ‘predictive policing’ program

The lawsuit claims the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office “punishes people for crimes they have not yet committed and may never commit.”

“Pasco’s program seems like it was ripped from the pages of a dystopian sci-fi novel and not a manual on effective police strategies,” Institute for Justice Attorney Ari Bargil said. “This program isn’t just unethical, it’s patently unconstitutional to use a crude computer calculation to target, harass, fine, and even arrest citizens who have done nothing wrong.”

The lawsuit claims that the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office “punishes people for crimes they have not yet committed and may never commit.” 

Harassment claims in the lawsuit include “relentless visits to their homes at all hours of the day,” “unwarranted stops and seizures,” and “repeated citations for petty code violations.”

The program allegedly violates first, fourth, and fourteenth amendment rights, according to the Institute for Justice.

The Pasco County Sheriff’s Office website refers to the program as “The Intelligence-Led Policing Section.” Analysts in the program identify problems in the community and work to “reduce crime, disrupt criminal networks, and prevent future crimes from occurring,” according to the sheriff’s office.

…..follow the links, connect the dots!©

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