“Targeted” individual journalism wins the Taylor Award: who wants to apply for the Gary Webb Award for Excellence in gang stalking journalism?

The series “Targeted,” by the Tampa Bay Times chronicled the targeted individual program run by Chris Nocco, a corrupt county sheriff.

Pasco County parents and teachers are calling for changes to a secretive Sheriff’s Office program that uses student data to profile schoolchildren as potential future criminals, with some demanding the practice be stopped

Then, it began winning awards for fairness, and truth in journalism.

From Harvard University`s Nieman Foundation, a story of “the best of gang stalking journalism:”

Cambridge, Mass. – “Targeted,” an in-depth investigation by the Tampa Bay Times into a police program that for years monitored, intimidated and harassed families in Pasco County Florida, is winner of the 2020 Taylor Family Award for Fairness in Journalism.

The reporting by Kathleen McGrory and Neil Bedi revealed that ten years ago, the Sheriff’s Office in Pasco County, Florida, created a secretive data-driven system ostensibly designed to proactively combat crime. The algorithm instead was used to try to predict which residents might break the law. During the last five years, the sheriff’s department used that information to target nearly 1,000 people and assigned deputies to repeatedly show up at their homes, often without probable cause, a warrant or evidence of a crime.

The Gary Webb Award for Excellence in Gang Stalking Journalism is still open for submissions, if any enterprising journalist is interested.

Gang stalking lawsuits: the Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco targeted children

Pasco County sheriff Chris Nocco is being sued for gang stalking children in Florida

Screen capture from the manual of the Intelligence-Led Policing program.

As ROGS Analysis predicts (also see here, here, here and here), nearly 100% if all gang stalking is gangs of current and retired police, working with various types of investigators, state workers, and their associates.

These associates range from prosecutors, to private security contractors, to social workers, etc.who target individuals exactly as we saw in the several years long stalkung and eventual murder of Ahmaud Arbery gunned down in cold blood by a gang of vigilantes  that included retired police, their relatives and associates, and several prosecutors who had shadowed Arbery for many years. And,who were on the phone with police dispatch as they killed him.

And, what they are doing is illegal. They turn a targeted individuals life into a due process free nightmare of constant surveillance and harassment, under “color of llawclaims cloaked in “police investigation privileged”tactics and methods.

Unlike ROGS Analysis, whuch is based in the scientific method, and reveals that nearly all gang stalking is what I have proven it is, police “science”is actually pseudo-science at best, and junk science for the most part.

Related Story: the junk science of lie detectors, bite mark analyses, hair analyses, and more, from Loevy &Loevy

And all of this, augmented by actual CIA created technology, Fusion Center spying and monitoring too. Its called “intelligence led predictive policing,” and now, here come the gang stalking lawsuits.

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) says

Pasco County’s Sheriff Must End Its Targeted Child Harassment Program

In September 2020, the Tampa Bay Times revealed a destructive “data-driven” policing program run by the Pasco County, Florida Sheriff’s Office. The program is misleadingly called “Intelligence-Led Policing” (ILP), but in reality, it’s nothing more than targeted child harassment by police. Young people’s school grades and absences, minor infractions, and even instances where they are a victim of crime are used to inform a bogus rubric and point system, based on a formula that intends to “prevent future crimes”—essentially labeling youths as a potential future criminals.

Below is a page from the ILP’s pseudoscientific manual. Once a juvenile is tagged with this label, police show up at their home and harass their entire family. As one former deputy described the program to reporters, the objective was to “make their lives miserable until they move or sue.”

Pedophiles indeed. It seems that Pasco County Florida, USA is full of grown men who target little boys. Look! Pasco school system is run by these types.