Once again, the excellent blog medawarscornflakes has produced a story about organized gang stalking, where a group of individuals were describes as a gang, stalked like a gang, treated like a gang, indicted as a gang, implicated in a coonspiracy-but later found factually innocent of all charges.
The story involves a whistle blower who is a Special Agent of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), SA Wooten. The whistle blower cites the Whistle Blowers protections statutes within the official documentation.
Here is one take on “that one guy,” from the Salt Lake Tribune:
Public Enemy No. 1 for rural Utah sheriffs just happens to be a fellow peace officer: Dan Love, the Bureau of Land Management’s special agent in charge.
Elected law enforcement officers from Nephi to Blanding call him an arrogant and dishonest bully who has little regard for local authority and dodges accountability, derailing a collaborative approach to police work on the state’s federal lands.
Love reportedly just laughed when Garfield County Sheriff James “Danny” Perkins relayed ranchers’ complaints about federal officers
Medawars describes incredibly uprofessional conduct, deliberate attempts at hiding evidence including shredding documents, and a sadistic practice of harassing people until they commit suicide, aka “death by gang stalking.” The Special Agent went on record describing a “kill list”of targeted individuals who a particularly sadistic and unprofessional agent claimed he had stalked to death.
The story has political implications, and if you use the ROGS BINGO card, you will strike gang stalker gold. You might remember that Medawars brought my attention to a case of gang stalking in Texas that involves retired FBI agents, and agents from several other federal agencies, that I covered it here.
As we see time and time again, real estate is at the center of much gang stalking, as are document shredding, retired LEO’s and the LEIU members who participate in this illegal practice. And, once again here is an actual piece of evidence that gang stalking is an actual practice of federal agents working within many agencies.
But let’s have Medawars tell it:
Dec. 18th, 2017
This article is not about the Bundy case itself: it is about something else, not unrelated, of course, which is pointed up by some of the evidence which has emerged from independent investigations of the Bundy case. There are other respected bloggers who have specialised on this subject and Medawar doesn’t intend to duplicate their hard work or get into pointless arguments: readers can go to them directly.That being said, anyone remotely interested in the Bundy case should view or read the source material referred to immediately below.This is a link to a (slightly shakey, but bear with it) YouTube video of Washington State Representative Matt Shea reading from a document of “17-18” pages, which is based on an e-mail sent by Special Agent Larry Wooten to Andrew D. Goldsmith, Associate Deputy Attorney General.In it, (at roughly time index 13:00 onwards) Mr Shea recounts Special Agent Wooten’s claims that Former Special Agent in Charge Dan Love had a “Kill Book”: a sort of trophy, containing details of cases where Love proudly claimed to have caused three people in Utah to commit suicide.Here is a link to Mr Shea’s source material, the communication from Special Agent Wooten. (It’s a .pdf document). Medawar recommends that readers not only carefully read, but download this. (In this form the document is 16 pages, starting with page 2.) In the first paragraph on page 8 (according to the document’s own numbering, page 7 as far as a .pdf reader is concerned), the “Kill Book” is mentioned.Medawar would like readers to note that this document is not uncritical of Cliven Bundy and cannot fairly be represented as political propaganda in his cause, or an endorsement of his actions, which Special Agent Wooten believes probably broke several laws and risked an armed engagement which might well have cost innocent lives. It is implicit in Wooten’s view, that Mr Bundy stubbornly acted in a way which actually completely played into the hands of SAC Dan Love and others shown by the document to be highly prejudiced, biased and unprofessional. Special Agent Wooten also implies that, given the grotesque and at times almost unbelievable bias and misconduct within the BLM’s Office of Law Enforcement and Security, that had Mr Bundy recognised the Federal Government and legal system and used them properly, he would have been in a very strong position, because his opponents had mishandled and concealed evidence at every turn -and apparently continue to do so.
What actually matters most here:The three people in Utah whom SAC Dan Love boasted of having driven to suicide, using (or misusing) his powers and position and the indulgent tolerance of his superiors for misconduct on his part. We know little about them, other than that Dan Love boasted of having caused their deaths in the course of his “work”. There’s no evidence for any of them being a confrontation artist who might be said to have engineered his own doom. They were US citizens, who for one reason or another came to the attention of Dan Love and the BLM, and they are dead.It is apparent from the context that Dan Love hounded these people in precisely the way that the “targeted individual” community has long claimed that gang-stalkers or “organised stalkers” do. In doing this, from within a Federal Law Enforcement agency, Dan Love must have engaged in a conspiracy with his colleagues, both supervisors and subordinates, to deny these individuals their constitutional, civil and other rights. This is a Federal Felony: “Denial of Rights” under USC 18 Section 241. See also the single-most read article on this blog.There should be a prompt and thorough criminal Federal investigation into Dan Love and his colleagues for at least three counts of this felony.