What is “bad faith” and how organized gang stalking is “fraud upon the courts.”
Federal Agent describes how he gang stalks, breaks the laws, shits on due process of law, performs gas lighting black bag jobs, which are known as “gas lighting” in the OGS dialectic.
Stonie Carlson,FBI agent describes how he performs the black bag job:
“When we approached Apartment 405, I knocked on the door loudly, as I have hundreds of times,” Carlson wrote in a November 2017 declaration. “When I knocked, the door swung open as if it had not been latched shut in the first place. Never before in my career had this happened, and its occurrence struck me as troubling and concerning, especially in the high-crime area in which the apartment was located. I immediately began to fear for the well-being of anyone who might be inside. I decided to conduct a safety sweep of the apartment.”
A case from California highlights how a bad actor in the FBI,Stonie Carlson(who lives in Alameda,CA)liesto get warrants, breaks in to peoples houses without leaving a warrant, and much more “criminality.”
Or: what is “gas lighting” as pertains to illegal government breakins, aka black bag jobs?
Lets examine the breadth and scope of how sherrifs departments are willingly corrupted by neverending investigations that use illegal means and unconstitutional methods to get“the bad guys.”()
Corruption in California, or: Caliphonication, and illegal activity by cops who work in federal Task FARCES, from ArsTechnica.com
During a December 2017 hearing, Judge Chhabria also had this incredible exchange with Randall Leonard, an Assistant United States Attorney who argued that because Agent Carlson was part of a sheriff-federal task force, he should be considered a sheriff, with all the rights of a state “peace officer.”
Judge Chhabria didn’t buy it.
THE COURT: Federal law makes him a sheriff under California law?
MR. LEONARD: Well, I mean—
THE COURT: So if federal law said that all French poodles are sheriffs under California law, would that be OK?
MR. LEONARD: Of course not, Your Honor.
THE COURT: There would have to be California law saying, “Yes, we agree that French poodles are sheriffs;” right?
MR. LEONARD: Certainly.
THE COURT: Otherwise French poodles would not be a sheriff under California law, right?
MR. LEONARD: That’s right.