Speaking of gag orders and gang staking- was “the forgotten man,” 9th Circuit Appeals Court Judge Jay Bybee’s son gang stalked to death?
Or- was it “gang staking?”Or, even feminist jurisprudence and the stanky lutefisk of hidden internet operations?
One doesn’t write about the son of a judge lightly-and especially, writing about such when that judge authorized torture is probably not even wise. Even MORE dangerous if that judge sits in a district where they might eventually have to recuse themselves from a case that might come before them about “gang stalking.”
But journalism demands that the writer ask HARD questions, and hopefully, the answers to those questions benefit the public at large.
Sure-torture is A-OK with me. Why not? It’s less stressful than the Whistling and Whittling Clubs attacking you all over the internet for decades (search this blog for posts about Mormons.) Or any of the many DVIC and NGO cash cows mooing in your yard at night, and shining lights through your blinds. I mean- what’s a little water up your nose compared t being webterrogated by Morons in Eddie Bauer loafers for over a decade?
So, in that light, I ask out loud and plain: was Scott Bybee gang stalked to death? And I am certainly not alone in asking such a question, because many ex-Moromons are asking it too.
You might recall that Mormons-like Scientologists are known for gang stalking, ala the “Whistling and Whittling Clubs of Nauvoo” and that the FBI is well aware of gang stalking-but for SOME REASON- refuses to make it a policy to investigate it.
Hmmmmm. That seems like a pattern among political police everywhere, as the East German Stasi, or Stalin’s Cheka/NKDV, or Hitler’s brownshirts seldom asked “Hey- if you see someone is following you, manipulating you, bullying and threatening or blackmailing you SAY SOMETHING!” Because it was them DOING IT. Or, their deputized community policing garbage.
So-in the case of the suicide of Scott Bybee, who shot himself in Las Vegas, and which was swept under the rug by the MSM- I think I saw something! And, I AM SAYING SOMETHING! Ex-Mormons are wondering whether or not he was wearing his sacred Moron Underwear!
I think Scott Bybee was gang staked into a forced suicide, and many ex-Mormons also verify that gang stalking is real, and that they too, felt suicidal when it happened to them (gang “staking” is a variant in Masonic and police stalkings of whistle blowers and others).
As any astute reader of OGS will soon discover, I write about things that can get me killed-because, for the most part, those who practice OGS are protected BY the FBI, and other agencies that derive tons of capital from the federal budget for looking the other way in these cases. And silencing, as we see, is a top-down scheme of social control.
And, I think Jay Bybee’s kid might have been “one of these cases.”
You see, Bybee’s kid shot himself at the foot of the Las Vegas Mormon Temple. And, he did it when the church was PACKED to the rafters with “worshippers.” Too bad no atheists were on the case then-because in all of that worship, religious types frequently forget to do the basic math of survival, such as “one plus one makes two.”
See where I am going here, little missionaries? I bet if we crowd sourced the death of Scott Bybee we could solve a HUGE social problem-and bring this horrific practice of OGS into the light, where the Constitutional guarantees of due process could take place.
But, see- OGS is a practice that seeks to replace “God” and instead, puts “hidden police investigative tactics and techniques” under color of law policing, aka “gray area policing” in Gods place in the thin disguise of “hidden police investigative techniques” that are APPALLING on every level; and this is a sectarian enterprise that works “in darkness.” See how that works? Humans replacing God, in gray area is ALWAYS a formula for disaster-and abuse, and fraud, and frame jobs.
I mean-ask yourself- what would it take for YOU to kill yourself? Why would you kill yourself? For me-and believe me, I have been through hell and back answering this question-for me, it boils down to ONE SIMPLE THING: Not being able to speak words about my experiences, or experiences THAT OTHERS gave to me to experience.
And this is by design of the occultists who work in free-Masonry, and it’s many affiliated NGO/community policing schemes. it even has a word: “gagging.”
Here- have a look at the practice of Masonic gagging (and also have a look at this post about symbols used by GS). And then, have a look at the dark arts of slander-then let me know if you see any patterns….
Yup-gagging is what secret societies call it-like a bound victim, some use speech, an words to use against us-to “gag” our speech-and to toxify the sanctuary of due process rights, and Constitutional guarantees under color of law and authority.
See where I am going with this? I mean-any profiler worth shit would know that stopping each and every channel for communication can ONLY create negative outcomes.
Such was the case when Randy Weaver’s kid was killed by you guys. And, such was the case when David Koresh attempted to form a cult as powerful as your own, or that of the other fanatical patriarchal religious orders who do their dirt “in darkness.”
And before these men-MEN- was Philadelphia MOVE, and more. It seems that anyone who challenges or repudiates the fanaticism of Jewish-christian occultism, and their handlers among the tribal rakhil and their paid mercenaries ends up kinda’ dead. Immolated in some cases, as we see with the mysterious suicides of the Ferguson activists and other Black Liberation individuals and groups (seems like some still want to keep slaves).
So-gagging is now in the hands of those who practice it skillfully-and who target the relatives of those who are highly placed. And, some of those are the same that your organization/s once tormented. Just food for thought.
A word to the wise? You should feed those junkies outside the Los Angeles Mormon Temple better, so that they don’t have to steal. AND: I still want my GPS back.
Here- ask exMormon’s about Scott Bybee-and many of them are wondering “did Scott Bybee have his endowments with him?”:
And here is the official story that ran in Time magazine calling Judge Bybee “the forgtotten man” (likely because John Yoo fit the profile of a bad guy to most Amercan’s-like the “Evil Dr. Fu Manchu” or something):
Jay Bybee has been called the “forgotten man” in the mounting furor over the CIA’s harsh interrogation of imprisoned terror suspects — but he’s quickly assuming a leading role. Though the mild-mannered lawyer has attracted little public attention, as a top Justice Department official he approved an array of so-called “enhanced interrogation techniques” against alleged al-Qaeda members that many observers call torture. They include forcing prisoners to stay awake for a week or more, waterboarding them and trapping them with an insect to exploit their fear of bugs.
Now a federal judge, Bybee, 55, led the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel from November 2001 to March 2003 and signed off on a 2002 memo, recently released by the Obama Administration, authorizing the rough stuff in clinical detail. Along with his deputy John Yoo, Bybee infamously claimed that interrogation practices aren’t legally torture unless they inflict pain resembling that of “serious physical injury” such as organ failure or death. While supporters say the policies helped keep the country safe in the wake of Sept. 11, critics say the memos are illegal and helped pave the way for the abuses seen at the Abu Ghraib prison and elsewhere. (See pictures of the aftershocks of Abu Ghraib.
Though Bybee wasn’t the only person responsible for crafting the Bush administration’s interrogation policy, unlike his erstwhile colleagues he continues to hold public office, sitting on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. He now faces calls for impeachment from Sen. Patrick Leahy, former Obama aide John Podesta and the New York Times editorial board, among other corners. The Justice Department has distanced itself from much of Bybee’s work and is reportedly preparing a scathing internal report that could call for him and others to be reprimanded or even disbarred.
Associates say Bybee was working under intense pressure and isn’t proud of his controversial work. As a friend told the Washington Post, “I’ve heard him express regret that the memo was misused.”
Related: the Time magazine story about Judge Bybee hard link (many things I write about get “webscrubbed” or “webwashed” from the internet after I ask the hard questions)>>>http://content.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,1894309,00.html
Hard link to the exMormon site: http://exmormon.org/phorum/read.php?2,1090319