Organized Gang Stalking: New Torture Tactic to Neutralize Citizens?
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Imagine waking up one morning and finding from early morning until late at night you are being stalked, not by just one person, but by multiple people. They are there at your entries and exits. They are there at intersections when you are on the road. They use noise from power equipment or beeping or siren sounds, to disturb your sleep, when you go to pick up your mail, or throw out the garbage, or go for a walk. They use dogs that jump out of car windows or run up at you when you are walking in a park to intimidate. They take away your privacy and any semblance of normal life you had before. What would you do? You probably would try to find out what was going on. That's what I did and this book is the result. It is the result of my research over the almost four years I have been an organized gang stalking target. In the book I help you to understand what organized gang stalking is. I show you the dark side of America and the recommendations that would change it.
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Nov 24, 2015This happens. It's absolutely sick. I have Asperger's syndrome and people with Asperger's syndrome are atleast emotionally 3 years behind their peers. The FBI/ local police found out right after I turned 18 that everyone I knew was like atleast 4 years younger than me. They started this stuff that Ms. Calcagno is talking about. It's crazy. The neighbors were harassing me 24/7. It got so bad that the neighbors got sick of it, and came out of their house one day and started yelling at my mom. Like they realized that the FBI / police were lying to them and telling them I was a pediphile . Then like the FBI / police sort of realized they messed up , and indirectly told me that if I can get a group of friends, they can put me in something like witness protection and legally change my age. People have told me this is all my moms fault that I'm over 18 but think younger than that . But people think I'm lying and it hasn't happened, and maybe I'm too young to understand this but it just seems... More > wrong to harass someone who hadn't been convicted of a crime and even if you had , wouldn't this be cruel and unusual punishment? I've had no friends my whole life, I've never seen my dad, I don't have any family except for my mom , and all of this is messed up. And I think Ms. Calcagno is right, people do this because they don't want to get gang stalked themselves, I can't see how someone would agree with.< Less
Nov 15, 2010I can personally attest to the validity of Bonnie Calgano's book "Organized Gang Stalking: New Torture Tactic to Neutralize Citizens?” I have experienced 10 months of organized harassment by local first responders and law enforcement due to slander that most probably first originated in another state against a family member who irritated the locals by running for sheriff. In our case, they went so far as to impersonate that member of my family, which we were able to prove to the Department of Justice Office of Intelligence, Policy and Review. With the submission of that proof, DOJ was able to slow down the harassment, make it back off a little, but NOT STOP IT. The fact that un-reviewed, unconstitutional invasion of privacy and harassment has been legitimized at the local levels, continuing so far as to allow the perpetrators to convey additional slander within the community to isolate the victim, and that this can go on for YEARS without redress, has essentially wiped American... More > civil liberties off the face of the earth. If the government can slow it down, they know who the perpetrators are and they know what is happening–that means these tactics have been sanctioned by the government. That means we are not being lawfully governed under the Constitution, because no one has that pay grade, not even the President. I am solemnly making it my life's mission to let the average American citizen know what is really happening. Spread the word.< Less
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- Bonnie Lee Calcagno (Standard Copyright License)
- July 22, 2010
- Perfect-bound Paperback
- Interior Ink
- Black & white
- 0.46 lbs.
- Dimensions (inches)
- 6 wide x 9 tall
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