Of all the ways that ROGS blog-the blog you are reading right now-has changed the discussion about organized gang stalking, I think that my Gary Webb Award for Excellence in journalism is probably my best contribution.
That award carries a one thousand dollar stipend, and the winner also gets a golden trophy of a pigs trough with the bottom chewed out, with two golden .22 caliber bullets dangling above it. I will let the awardee contemplate the design of the award for themselves, but note that Gary Webb reported one of the best series in the history of journalism, won a Pullitzer Prize, and then, got gang stalked to death.
Related Story: What does a blog post written in a free WordPress blog look like when the blog is being tampered with, in real time, by an Infragard member, a Fusion Center, or any of many NSA/Alohabet agency speech suppression tools and tactics? see this post here, where I attempted to link the QaNON “conspiracy theory” to a SWAT team member who greeted the vice president wearing a Qanon patch.
That award is offered for any journalist who can use the term “organized gang stalking” appropriately when discussing this issue.
And, Tim Cushing, of the worlds premiere technology blog, Techdirt.com comes awfully close in this article below, but-not close enough to be a contender YET.
And, lesser journalists are starting to step up to the plate to take a swing at that award, as we see with the reportage in another MSM piece that reported on the organized gang stalking of tech guru John McAffee, the worlds first inventor of anti-virus software.
Well, heres another excellent puece by Cushing, covering due process free and BIZARRE police activity, as they stalk, harass, and spy on people in Boston, MA, which has some of the most deeply entrenched Catholic and neocon racism and hidden theocracy in America:
Lawsuit: Boston PD’s ‘Gang Database’ Says People Who Wear Nikes And Have Been Beat Up By Gang Members Are ‘Gang Associates’
from the guilty-until-negatives-proven dept
The Chinese government uses a number of measures to keep tabs on citizens. One is what’s known as a “citizen score” — a compilation of all the good/bad habits the government can track that determines whether a person should be viewed as a contributor to society or someone the government should take out of circulation.
We do the same thing here in the US. Credit scores determine who gets to live where and what vehicle they can own. It also can affect employment opportunities. This version of a “citizen score” is compiled by private parties who have access to information Americans are given no choice in relinquishing.
But the government also uses point-based systems to determine what kind of citizen you are: one of the good OK guys or possible a menace II to society. The ACLU is currently suing the Boston Police Department over its ad hoc “citizen score.” The BPD adds and subtracts points to add and (possibly?) subtract people from its “gang database.” Things citizens actively do — and even things they passively don’t — can put them on this watchlist.
From the ACLU’s public records lawsuit [PDF]:
Under the point system, a person is designated as a “Gang Associate” if he is assessed six or more points, and a “Gang Member” if he is assessed ten or more points. See Exhibit A, Boston Police Department Rules and Procedures Rule 335.
The point system makes it possible to designate someone a Gang Associate or Gang Member without any allegation that he engaged in violence or criminal activity.
An individual may be assessed eight points for being the victim of gang-related violence.
Yes, you read that right: Boston residents magically become “Gang Associates” if they’re shot at by gang members. Or carjacked. Or mugged. If this happens twice, it appears they’ll be upgraded to “Gang Member” thanks to their inability to avoid being victimized by gang members.