The RICO Act was written into law to prosecute “organized crime” and gang activity. Now lawsuits in Pasco County Florida are applying it to criminal conduct by the sheriffs department in Pasco County.
Here is the basic idea: from the Houston no-knock raid, to the actual conspiracy to murder Ahmaud Arbery, to the Pasco county FL cases of gang stalking lawsuits, police are now being sued by victims of “intelligence led predictive policing.” Gang stalking by police is ALWAYS a conspiracy, and never a theory.
Here is RICO, as applied to these cases, from NOLO, and some information about representing yourself in small claims courts ranging from small claims to bigger claims courts. Keep in mind that small claims courts can compel the people that you are suing to produce information of all kinds, and also evidence for larger lawsuits.
I have highlighted the relevant section, but also notice that RICO was used to prosecute well known stalkers from anti-abortion group Operation Rescue. Many/most cases of gang stalking happen in conservative areas of the country, and church members and police are heavily involved.
Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO)
Passed in 1970, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) is a federal law designed to combat organized crime in the United States. It allows prosecution and civil penalties for racketeering activity performed as part of an ongoing criminal enterprise. Such activity may include illegal gambling, bribery, kidnapping, murder, money laundering, counterfeiting, embezzlement, drug trafficking, slavery, and a host of other unsavory business practices. To convict a defendant under RICO, the government must prove that the defendant engaged in two or more instances of racketeering activity and that the defendant directly invested in, maintained an interest in, or participated in a criminal enterprise affecting interstate or foreign commerce. The law has been used to prosecute members of the mafia, the Hells Angels motorcycle gang, and Operation Rescue, an anti-abortion group, among many others.