In Other News March 5, 2018

In this day and age, in order to control people and maintain a predictable, manipulated global economy, you have to know what people are thinking. The NSA continues to vacuum up every domestic email, phone call and text message being sent in this country and last month the U.S. Congress voted to pass a bill extending, for another six years, the NSA’s practice of internet surveillance. Yet beneath the surface of mainstream consciousness, a war of an even more domestic covert surveillance operation rages on. In addition, the technology used to secretly harrass and spy on civilians known as electronic gangstalking is often cutting edge military grade equipment. In past shows, many guests have shared their surveillance and gangstalking experiences such as Carissa Conti, Dr. John Hall, Richard Bruce, Robert Guffey, Don and Carol Croft, Laura Weise to name a few. Despite the news blackout, the New York Times published a feature story on gangstalking, though a hit piece, it was nonetheless many years late to the scene as mainstrem press is often known to be on certain issues until they become unbearably obvious. We take another look at the secret surveillance world and electronic gangstalking from the perspective of a long time surveillance counter measurer expert Roger Tolces.

Guest – Roger Tolces started Advanced Electronic Security Company in 1972. In 1978, he coined the term electronic harassment. Roger’s company specializes in technical surveillance counter measures such as bugsweeping for telephone line bugs and computer data line taps and electronic room sweeping.

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