Gangs of police and firefighters: gang stalking preceded the death of Attorney Abe Dabela

As ROGS Analysis predicts, nearly 100% of gang stalking is police and firefighters, union members, and other agents of the state, provincial or federal governments.

The curious death of Abe Dabela highlights stalking by firefighters.

ROGS asks: why doesn’t the FBI step up prosecution in these cases?

Never mind….most targeted individuals know the answer to that ironic question.

So attorney Abe Dabela, in Connecticut dies in a mysterious car accident: a classic gang stalking case study, with the usual suspects implicated in a homicide-a gang of firefighters assisted by police, by Mr. Dabelas own account.

From Justice4Abe, we get a look at one local “gang of police and firefighters.”

Suicide…or Homicide?

What was the Redding Police Department’s theory of the crash?

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The Redding Police Department informed the Dabela family on April 6, 2014, that the department’s theory was that Abe, having found himself in his overturned vehicle, likely in an inebriated state and in possession of a firearm, realized that he would lose his law license and become a felon, and that he was so embarrassed to have brought such “shame” to his family that in that moment he opted to take his own life by shooting himself in the head.

The lead investigator in Abe’s death shared his theory with the Dabela family when the family visited the Redding Police Department office the day after Abe’s death. Subsequent to that meeting, and the Dabela family’s vehement objections to this theory, the Redding Police continued to present this shame theory to interviewees.

What was Abe’s state of mind and behavior right before his death?

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