Fire Departments and gang stalking: its not a delusion when thousands of people search for that information

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Police and fire unions are frequently cited as being gang stalkers.

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This blog you are reading frequently gets asked (by internet search engines) “Why is the fire department driving by my house every day,” or “fire trucks following me everywhere,” and “gang stalking and fire trucks,” etc.

Theres even a blog written by a woman named Bonnie Calcagno, who lives in Oceanside, CA, about ONLY that, and she documents it pretty good. Her story is that she crossed paths with some firefighter prick in New York, and the shitbag filed a malicious Suspicious Activity Report (SAR), and then, her gang stalking then followed her across the country. This really is what these shitbags do.

So, tens of thousands of Google or other search engine results indicates that this is a common question in discussions about gang stalking, as we also see in the many excellent description of police and firefighters gang stalking each others during election years, and gang stalkung targeted individuals year round, and members of the public too, who challenge their triple -dipping pension fund schemes.


“Do fire fighters gang stalk people?”

You bet they do. In fact, one of the most famous cases online, the case of Rick and Lucinda Krlich indicates that gang stalking by corrupt fire departments is indeed a “thing.”There story was featured in one of the big three media outlets (I think it was CBS television).

(you can use my search feature to find stories about that, and also another story covered in the major media, that of Stockton, CA city manager Bob Deis, who was gang stalked by the police and fire unions).

But there is help for victims of gang stalking if victims are willing to help themselves: all fire trucks and EMS (and police)vehicles have onboard tracking devices, that data is public information, and citizens can access that data with a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) type of request.

While FOIA applies to federal agencies, states use various different names for the FOIA, so contact the “information officer” at the city where you are being gang stalked, and ask them what form or webpage link you must use to file your request for data. Be clear that you seek to file “an FOIA type of request”. This might be called a “data practices act request,” or similar name.

And do not mention gang stalking, or anything else. Your goal with the information officer is simply to get data. Its better if you request that in writing, in case they jerk you off about it. So you must know what data to ask for.

Here are a few stories that you can read to discover what the names or general language you will need to use as you request this information:

Fire trucks use onboard GPS vehicle tracking

Many of the medical supplies, and other gear on a fire truck or EMS vehicle have RFID tracking chips on it.

And heres more about actual tracking technology from How Stuff Works online.

Lastly, remember: these people can be held accountable in many ways, and you can even track them too, because their names, pay grades and more are public information. You can even shoot photograph of them like this example here, and all their equiptment, their trucks and more.

You can shoot photos of them as if you would shoot photograph a park bench, or a fire hydrant, because they are like public property.

While I dont recommend it, you can even follow them around if you have the time. But be prepared for them to call the police, and if the police come, tell them that you are “observing how your tax dollars are being spent.”

Its your right.

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