Case Study: Ahmaud Arbery committed no crime, but he WAS stalked by a gang, and then, murdered. Why?

Police get away with bad behavior because there is a huge gaping hole in due process: investigatory privileged tactics, methods, and investigative techniques, otherwise known as the law enforcement privilege.

It is in this huge gaping hole in the law where organized gangs of stalkers exist, because gang stalking IS high policing,also known as “political policing,” which is the defining term that decides if a nation is, or is not a “police state” by definition.

And what these gangs of stalkers do is mostly illegal, because most modern “law enforcement” is really law enfarcement-a complete mockery of civil rights and due process, utilized by those with power against those with no power.

It is the key feature of what I and others call “the Domestic Violence Industrial Compxle(DVIC), which depends upon the gray area of law, nepotistic connections, and hidden tactical assaults against other citizens, and an assault against due process rights, and the spirit of the law itself.

Investigative privilege is a gaping morass placed into a persons life, and flaunting its usurpation of that persons civil liberties, BY law enforcement and their gangs of associates.


The Law Enforcement Privilege, and High Policing in the case of Ahmaud Arbery

From the The Law Officer online: law enforcement privilege is not an absolute privilege. Rather, it is a qualified common law privilege, the purpose of which is to “prevent disclosure of law enforcement techniques and procedures, to preserve the confidentiality of sources, to protect witness and law enforcement personnel, to safeguard the privacy of individuals involved in an investigation, and otherwise to prevent interference with
an investigation.”

Even the Department of Homeland Security manual states as much, that they try to go as close to breaking the law without getting caught; and the US Air Forces Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI), alterately known as,“OSI Informers,”has stated this as well.

Georgia law spells out the crime of trespassing in various ways, with different categories and sub-categories of trespass. As Travis McMichael, his father, retired detective Gregory McMichael, and William Roddy formed an armed gang, and pursued the unarmed Ahmaud Arbery, certainly they were trying to concoct a legal basis for their (bad) behavior directed at Arbery.

As we see from the 911 calls, they were trying to frame Arbery as a burglar. But he obviously had nothing in his hands. No doubt, it crossed their (warped) minds that trespassing had occured, though like most cops and their kind, they are totally ignorant of the laws they claim to enforce.

And so, for those following the case of the statistically non-random, non-coincidental, targeted killing of Ahmaud Arbery, we try to put ourselves in the others shoes, and many questions arise.

Barnhill declared, “a local ‘rabble rouser’ has taken up this cause….

1-was it a random coincidence, where the good people just happened upon a guy getting a drink of water at a construction site? Well, no, it was nearly a one out of 17000 chance that Ahmaud Arbery would meet someone from his small town, who non-councidentally had worked for the local prodecutor, and tried to pin a rap on Arbery in the past.

2-Was Arbery burglarizing the neighborhood? We already know from the video that exists, and the clothes that he was wearing, that he was empty handed when he was murdered.

3- Was there a plague of burglaries in that nneighborhood, as Greg McMichael claimed? We know with certainty that there was not, and that the only theft in that area was reported by none other than Travis McMichael, who reported that one of his guns was stolen right out of his pickup truck.

4- Because so many targeted individuals have had run ins with dirty cops and local DAs, judges, and prosecutors who have tried to frame them in the past, was it possible that this was a local prosecutor with a “hate boner” for the handsome and talented young athlete? I cant answer that yet, but two local prosecutors have recused themselves, and one of those directly employed Greg McMichael, even after McMichael was insubordinate having refused to comply with mandatory use of force training for over ten years. So, this really is how bizarre and incestuous gang stalkers are, (quote courtesy of TheGriot):

“Judicial Circuit District Attorney George Barnhillrecused himself from the case due to a conflict of interest, in a letter sent to Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr.

He wrote that his son, a prosecutor in the Brunswick DA’s office, and McMichael, then an investigator in that same office, “both helped with the previous prosecution of (Ahmaud) Arbery.”

Barnhill claimed that he only became aware of this previous association “three or four weeks” earlier. He made no mention as to why he waited to come forward with this information but accused others of spreading lies about him and the McMichaels.

Barnhill declared, “a local ‘rabble rouser’ has taken up this cause and begun publishing wild and factually incorrect and legally wrong accusations on Facebook and other social media formats calling for marches and physical affronts be made against the McMichaels at their homes, and my son’s home in Brunswick, etc.”

5- Was the third man, William Bryan, the guy who filmed the homicide, just an innocent neighbor, there for safetyof his neighbors? Well, we do know that he blocked Arberys ability to escape his tormenters, aka his “gang of stalkers”. And, in the video he took, we can hear him cock his weapon as he all but ensured Arberys death.

Lots of questions….putting myself in the others shoes.

So what could Arbery possibly have done to break any law? What bogus charge could this lical gang try to pin on Arbery this time?

Well, in a stretch of law and imagination, a gang stalker could possibly say that Arbery was trespassing the night he was stalked and then murdered by Travis McMichael, his retired cop father Greg McMichael, and their other accomplices. That seems like the inly charge left to frame a guy with.

But the answer is no, Ahmaud Arbery committed no crime, including trespassing according to Georgia law. And thats exactly the problem that gang stalkers encounter in nearly every case, as they stalk, and harass, attempt to entrap and intimidate their victims in hidden, covert ways, far outside of due process of law, and exactly as we see in this case organized gang stalking. OGS works exactly as we see in this case.

Here, from Bixon Law, we see that nothing Ahmaud did comes even close to the legal definition of trespassing. We see in Georgias law many nuanced categories of trespass, all of them stipulating that motive, and intent are singularly important elements of the crime of trespass.

For example, a defense lawyer “must determine whether the elements of the crime of trespassing are present in a particular case. Was there specific intent to cause damage to property? Was there proper notice prohibiting entry into the premise? Was there consent from the lawful possessor/owner? Was there actual interference with the use of the property? Was the entry justified under the given circumstances? Was the damage caused a result of public or private necessity rather than malicious intentions?”

So, while police and their gangs of “investigative privileged” stalkers flaunt their ignorance of the law as they try to frame a case and pin a rap on some poor soul, defense attorneys “must determine whether the elements of the crime of trespassing are present in a particular case.

In the most strict reading og Georgias law, Arbery committed no crime. But gang stalkers dont care about that, because their intentis to frame the narrative as if the targeted individual did something that they can then twist into a legal noose with which to hang their target.

Here are the nearest legal analysis that they could have used to do that:

B. A person commits the offense of criminal trespass when he or she knowingly and maliciously interferes with the possession or use of the property of another person without consent of that person.

And:

C. A person commits the offense of criminal trespass when he or she knowingly and without authority enters upon the land or premises of another person or into any part of any vehicle, railroad car, aircraft, or watercraft of another person for an unlawful purpose.

So, clearly, and according to all known evidence, Arbery did none of that, because no one can assume his intent. Except an armed gang of stalkers, that is.