In Other News September 12, 2016

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In several past shows we’ve looked into the subject of electronic harassment and gangstalking with guests such as Dr. John Hall, Carissa Conti and Richard Bruce all of whom were also targets of the organized harassment scene.

Even though the word itself “gangstalking” is very likely a term created by the U.S. intelligence agencies, not unlike the word “chemtrails.” Gangstalking refers to the intense, long-term, unconstitutional surveillance and harassment of a person who has been designated as a target by someone often associated with America’s security industry.

The topic of electronic harassment has bubbled up in to mainstream attention this year, yet electronic harassment cases can also be traced back to the breaches of human rights and civil liberties documented in the research of attorney Brian Glick who wrote War At Home: Covert Action Against U.S. Activists And What We Can Do About It. In January 1988, news of a secret nationwide FBI campaign against domestic opponents of the U.S. policy in Central America are some of the earliest reports made public.

We continue to explore the subject with Robert Guffey, he’s the author of the book Chameleo: A Strange But True Story of Invisible Spies, Heroin Addiction and Homeland Security. Chameleo recounts the bizarre series of events that began in the summer of 2003 in Southern California. A heroin addict named Damien temporarily shelters a Marine who deserted Camp Pendelton with stolen merchandise including 23 pairs of nightvision goggles. This caught the attention of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service or NCIS who launched a massive gangstalking protocol against Damien that include invisibility suits and hologram technology.

Guest – Robert Guffey is a lecturer in the Department of English at California State University – Long Beach. A graduate of the famed Clarion Writers Workshop in Seattle, he is the author of a collection of novellas entitled Spies & Saucers (PS Publishing, 2014). His first book of nonfiction, Cryptoscatology: Conspiracy Theory as Art Form, was published in 2012. He’s written stories and articles for numerous magazines and anthologies, among them Fortean Times, Mysteries, Nameless Magazine, New Dawn, The New York Review of Science Fiction, Paranoia, The Third Alternative, and Video Watchdog Magazine. Guffey is also a 32nd degree Scottish Rite Freemason.

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