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* retired police, off duty police, and other Law Enforcement Intelligence Unit related persons and agncies, like the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals, and others– a frequent “concurrence ” with reports of gang stalking, as we see in nearly EVERY CASE
The following story of Daniel Navarro’s recent alleged murder of a retired cop details many of the stupid, actual crap that gangs of community watch patrols and other police assets actually do to individuals who they target and harass.
ROGS Analyses has consistently highlighted these shenanigans by police, retired police, city council members, firefighters, and their “high policing ” community assets, across the many years I have written this blog:
DickWitts like convicted gang stalker Dick Wittenkugle in Ohio, who are affilliated with police and fire departments, strangely close and in the near proximity of mass shootings, and the many other EXTREMELY BIZARRE activities that have flourished in the post -democratic surveillance state.
Look here at Rochelle Ritchie,a police affilliated crisis PR agent implicated as a crybully in a #fakebomb incident.
And here, at Tom Reedy, yet another police affilliated crisis PR flack, named on the fliers of a likely gang stalking in Texas, where a target reported being ang stalked by female deputies, after he became a witness to a police involved homicide. That guy, Michael Chadwick Fry crashed his truck into a news station and he claimed that female deputies were stalking and harassing him after he witnessed that homicide too. This last detail in that case is not insignificant, considering that police use females in this exact capacity.
Daniel Navarro, 27, of Fond du Lac, told investigators he had been harassed by co-workers and neighbors, and poisoned, drugged and verbally attacked by white people because of his race, authorities said.
The Associated Press left a message Friday seeking comment from Navarro’s lawyer.
Phillip Thiessen, 55, was killed July 3 in the town of Taycheedah. He was a retired special agent with the Wisconsin Department of Justice and a former police officer.
Navarro apparently didn’t know Thiessen, but targeted him because he was white, said Fond du Lac County Sheriff Ryan Waldschmidt.
‘Navarro said that if President Donald Trump and white people are going to create the world we are living in, he has no choice and that people are going to have to die,’ Waldschmidt said.
Navarro is charged with first-degree intentional homicide and first-degree recklessly endangering safety, both as hate crimes.
According to the criminal complaint, a sheriff’s sergeant spoke with Navarro at the crash scene and Nararro stated that he intentionally crashed head-on into the motorcycle. The sergeant asked Navarro if he heard him correctly about the crash being intentional and Navarro responded ‘yes, it was intentional, sir,’ the complaint said. A deputy at the scene described Navarro as having a ‘thousand-yard stare.’
During an interview later at the sheriff’s office, Navarro said he wanted to go to prison for the rest of his life so he could be free from his neighbors, who he could hear making racist comments through the walls of his house, according to the complaint. It also stated that he said he wanted to be free from people who drive by his house, rev their engines and squeal their tires to make him angry