The Police Personalty, gang stalking case studies: Ahmaud Arbery bizarre voyeurism, and police fetishism directed at black males, and men in general

A video has emerged of Georgia police attempting to use a Taser on Ahmaud Arbery, two years before his murder by a gang of police, retired police, and other community members who literally hunted Arbery like a game animal, and then, murdered him.

‘I could see he had something in his pocket….like,a WALLET or something…. ’

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Related Stories: the actual search language that comes in to my blog is evolving away from strange, Level X type searches for, “what groups use electronic satellite beams to watch me take a shower” and “mind reading locusts ” into more sensible queries, like “what is happening with the gang of cops who murdered george floyd.”

The links above demonstrate the search strings of pure garbage that used to come to this blog, no doubt searched by people under duress and the strain of the US due-process free surveillance state, and its brutal police forces, where we see how psychobabble is used by police and military loons to create disinformation, and misinformation about police tactics of gang stalking; but also literally “mind control ” their targets into false confessions, and frequently, police involved child kidnappings, such as the case of the Beatrice Six, where this form of police coercion created Stockholm Syndrome in its victims.

The absurdities of police voyeurism are well documented, in cases such as that of Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Detective David Abbot created child pornography in order to–absurdly–claim that the victim of his state-enforced child pornography had created child pornography. Yeah, dont waste time trying to weed through that mess —read the news reports about that instead.

No one beats the Jewish-christian state at bizarre sex narratives, and if the LGBT movement has taught us anything, it is that the state and its agents are themselves major perverts, with window ledge slobbering voyeurism as its calling card. A total inversion of constitutional rights and civil liberty emerges when we allow religious, majoritarians to write our laws, as we saw in the recent Anti Defamation League sponsored legislation in Georgia, where police were given the status of persons who deserve, “hate crimes ” protections.

So, as white females now undergo the exact same injustices that have been.heaped upon lower income white, black, and brown.men for centuries, police voyeurism is finally getting a look, as the peoples gaze turns upon them.

Sadly, these stalkings by police are fairly routine, and only getcattention when they result in homicide.

This is a little ditty about a garbage man, named Al Ditty, who was gang stalked by police and city officials in Minneapolis, MN. It isnt pretty.

My regular readers will note quickly, that ROGS is on record for decades talking about the corruption in Minneapolis, MN, and all of their nasty, dirty pigs, aka police, many of whom are card carrying Nazis, or,AIPAC and Anti Defamation League sponsored gang stalkers.
And, here is yet another story that ends, as many policecstalking related stories ends, with one of the three often repeated outcomes of police sponsored gang stalking: institutionalization, incarceration, or suicide.
Al Ditty, garbage man, union president, and a man with a stellar work record, killed himself, after whistle blowing on FBI/DHS community policing that put his workers directly in harms way.
Extra points on the,ROGS BINGO card for noticing a phony investigation, slander, blackmail attempts, silencing, isolation, intimidation, and more.
From CITY PAGES of Minneapolis-a story about how police gang stalk whistle blowers:

Al Ditty dedicated his life to Minneapolis, a city that one day would take it away
Monday, May 1, 2017 by Cory Zurowski in News
Al’s grave a year after the memorial service when hundreds of shocked mourners came to pay their respects, including many city of Minneapolis workers.
Al’s grave a year after the memorial service when hundreds of shocked mourners came to pay their respects, including many city of Minneapolis workers. Galen Fletcher
Dorleen Ditty was marinating in a Newlywed Game marathon when she heard Al’s feet on the stairs. The 79-year-old knew why her bachelor son, with whom she shared her Brooklyn Center house, was disappearing into the basement again. Maternal worry dictated she ask anyway.
“So I can sleep. I sleep good down there,” said 54-year-old Al Ditty just before noon.
He’d slept for an hour that night, if at all. The last time he ate a regular meal, God only knew.
This unsettled life had been Al’s lot going on three months now. It began when his bosses at the Minneapolis Public Works Department suspended him and refused to tell him why.
Al’s insomnia meant seesawing between bedrooms. He’d start upstairs in the room with the framed Homer Hankie and the Jesse Ventura bobblehead. When his frustration got too thick, Al headed for the mattress in the basement. Foiled again, he’d hike back upstairs. So the cycle churned.
He needed rest. He wanted peace. He’d been denied both. His malfunctioning had grown more pronounced in the past week, ever since the city fired Al after 32 years on the job.
Sister Sheila (left) and mom Dorleen Ditty holding a picture of Al Ditty
Sister Sheila (left) and mom Dorleen Ditty holding a picture of Al Ditty Galen Fletcher
Dorleen recused herself from another rerun of her game show. She walked down the hall to her bedroom, where she used her cane to rap on the floor.
“Al? Al? Are you okay?”

Organized stalking and police surveillance of social media: ACLU notes that targeted 'influencers,' activists and other TI's are 'real'

Police Use of Social Media Surveillance Software is Escalating, and Activists are in the Digital Crosshairs

By: Nicole A. Ozer
Map of California, with dots marking the areas where local law enforcement has acquired social media monitoring software

It goes without saying that speaking out against police violence or government overreach shouldn’t land you in a surveillance database. But it can, and it does.

The ACLU of California has received thousands of pages of public records revealing that law enforcement agencies across the state are secretly acquiring social media spying software that can sweep activists into a web of digital surveillance.

This set of public records requests is part of our ongoing work with community groups to shine a light on surveillance technologies and call for community control in decision-making around policing. Last year, we worked with local activists in Fresno to reveal that its police department was using a MediaSonar social media surveillance tool that boasted the capacity to identify so-called “threats to public safety” by monitoring hashtags such as #BlackLivesMatter, #DontShoot, #ImUnarmed, #PoliceBrutality, and #ItsTimeforChange.

But we had a hunch that Fresno was not an isolated case.

So this summer, we requested records from 63 police departments, sheriffs, and district attorneys across California. And what we learned from the documents was alarming.

Of the responses we’ve received, 40% of the agencies (20 in total) have acquired social networking surveillance tools — many of them in the last year.

We found no evidence in the documents of any public notice, debate, community input, or lawmaker vote about use of this invasive surveillance.

And no agency produced a use policy that would limit how the tools were used and help protect civil rights and civil liberties.

The utter lack of transparency, accountability, and oversight is particularly troubling because social media surveillance software used by California law enforcement — tools like MediaSonarX1 Social Discovery, and Geofeedia — are powerful. And our records from Fresno and several other communities reveal that some have been marketed in ways to target protesters.

Our records show that Geofeedia’s marketing materials, for instance, refer to unions and activist groups as “overt threats,” and suggest the product can be used in ways that target activists of color. At least 13 California law enforcement agencies have used or acquired Geofeedia.

In one exchange with law enforcement, a company representative suggested to San Jose Police that they should use the product to surveil the “Ferguson situation,” even though the city is roughly 2,000 miles from Ferguson, Missouri. San Jose Police did in fact use Geofeedia software to monitor South Asian, Muslim, and Sikh protesters only a few days after acquiring it.

An email to the San Diego Sheriff touts a “collection” of social media content curated by Geofeedia following the non-indictment of Darren Wilson.

And yet another promotional email invites the Los Angeles District Attorney to learn how Baltimore used the software to monitor and “stay one step ahead of the rioters” after the police killing of Freddie Gray.

Law enforcement should not be using tools that treat protesters like enemies.

The racist implications of social media surveillance technology are not surprising. We know that when law enforcement gets to conceal the use of surveillance technology, they also get to conceal its misuse. Discriminatory policing that targets communities of color is unacceptable — and secretive, sophisticated surveillance technologies supersize the impact of racial profiling and abuse.

The good news is that we’ve seen that when surveillance is forced into the light, communities have the power to call out racist policing practices and stop discriminatory surveillance in its tracks.

Remember Fresno? Armed with proof of Fresno’s social media surveillance experiment, a diverse coalition of local activistsknown as Faith in the Valley successfully mobilized and organized to pressure the police to roll back their social media surveillance program. The community is now pushing to pass a surveillance technology ordinance to make sure all surveillance technologies are publicly debated.

In Oakland, community members organized against plans to build an expansive Domain Awareness Center that would have collected and stored hundreds of terabytes of data on Oakland residents. Now Oakland has a Privacy Commission that advises the City Council on surveillance decisions and is currently drafting a surveillance technology ordinance.

And in Santa Clara County, right in the heart of Silicon Valley, a diverse coalition successfully organized against plans to buy a Stingray cell phone tracker and then worked to enact a comprehensive surveillance technology ordinance that requires transparency, accountability, and oversight for all surveillance technologies.

In this spirit, a powerful coalition of national organizations is launching a multi-city legislative initiative, Community Control Over Police Surveillance (CCOPS), to introduce more local laws to bring transparency and community control to the acquisition and use of local police surveillance technologies.

Here in California, community members are working in Palo Alto, Fresno, Oakland, Berkeley, Santa Rosa, and Santa Cruz to ensure that similar laws are introduced in their cities.

Whether it’s social networking surveillance, stingrays, or something else we haven’t heard of yet — it’s time to push secret surveillance into the light.

We have the power to stop discriminatory surveillance and put control where it belongs — in the hands of the community.

Nicole Ozer is the Technology and Civil Liberties Policy Director at the ACLU of California. 

Read more about community control and surveillance technology in California:

Gang stalking and whistle blower and mental illness: NYPD's Adrian Schoolcraft

Good Reads: NYPD whistle blower, and NYPD officer Adrian Schoolcraft sent to psych ward 
Most, if not all organized gang stalking activity, or claims of such activity, involve police or other agency involvement. And, one of the claims that is frequently used to discredit those who allege they are being harassed or otherwise manipulated, and sometimes even “mind controlled,” is that these people are mentally ill.I once thought this was true as well, until it happened to me in a similar, but different fashion.
In this case-look up there at the top of this blog-and get out the ROGS BINGO card, because Schoolcrafts case is a ROGS BINGO.

  1. narrative control
  2. 2. actual gang strike forces and hidden in-group tactics and methds
  3. discrediting via claims of mental illness
  4. access by authorities to actual sound weapons
  5. colluson between psychologists and police
  6. an actual conspiracy of deprivation of civil rights
  7. etc.

More and more, we see that those who attempt to create a false narrative loaded with mis- and disinformation (like: Directed Energy Weapons!! UFO’s!!) about gang stalking are in fact encouraging the Martha Mitchell effect among researchers of organized stalking, criminal defense attorney’s, social workers,  journalists, and even psychologists.
And, as sociologist Alex Vitale and others are starting to talk about-there is something wrong with policing in general. It’s not a lack of funding, or a lack of diversity initiatives-it’s the lack of morality, sprinkled with endemic corruption and Israelifiation. Sure-we all have families and all that-but I cannot count on a scientific calculator how many families are destroyed by this current policing scheme.
Here- you can even watch a “directed energy” attack in action as a phone app-Vortex- redirects and hijacks a cell phone:
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Lastly- and without irony- Ramsey Orta, who took the footage of Eric Garners murder by the NYPD was gang stalked because he was a whistle blower just as Schoolcraft was suing for being railroaded and gang stalked, and  the NYPD had in fact used electronic sound weapons on peaceful protesters. What do you think such demented people would do a “one of their own” who crossed the ‘thin blue line?’

So far hundreds of people have been arrested for protesting peacefully and over the weekend the NYPD deployed the “LRAD”, which is a sound cannon that projects a painful tone into peoples ears while commanding them to disperse.

Meet Adrian Schoolcraft, NYPD whistle blower who refused to issue phony tickets and make false arrests- and then became a target of “political and punitive psychology”

EXCLUSIVE: NYPD quota whistleblower settles case against hospital over holding him in psych ward

Adrian Schoolcraft had claimed that his fellow 81st Precinct officers conspired to have him held against his will in a Jamaica Hospital psych for six days after he complained of a quota system.

Adrian Schoolcraft had claimed that his fellow 81st Precinct officers conspired to have him held against his will in a Jamaica Hospital psych for six days after he complained of a quota system.
(Freelance/for New York Daily News)

NYPD whistleblower Adrian Schoolcraft has settled his case against the Jamaica Hospital doctors who put him in a psych ward, bringing an end to his explosive case.Schoolcraft, who settled his claims against the city for $600,000 in September, had charged his fellow officers conspired to have him held against his will at the hospital for six days after he complained of a quota system at the 81st Precinct in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.Schoolcraft, 40, alleged that two doctors bought the NYPD’s story that Schoolcraft was crazy without considering that the disgruntled cop was actually telling the truth in October 2009.
A Jamaica Hospital spokesman had no comment.
FRANK SERPICO DRAGGED INTO FELLOW WHISTLEBLOWER ADRIAN SCHOOLCRAFT’S NYPD SUIT