COINTELPRO (Gangstalking) Countermeasures
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COINTELPRO (Counter Intelligence Program) tactics include, in the FBI’s own words, “vigorous harassment” of a targeted individual that include overt, conspicuous forms of surveillance as well as widespread vilification, coordinated slander campaigns, character assassination, and a general disruption of the target individuals life to the maximum extent possible. Please see STASI Disintegration Directive 1/76 for more information on this subject: For a historical review of an actual FBI COINTELPRO operation, see the following link:
The primary perpetrators of COINTELPRO are Federal and local law enforcement agencies, their numerous informants, and recruited collaborators. For those persons being targeted by COINTELPRO operations, it is common, if not expected, to feel powerless and victimized. However, as a private investigator, I do not believe the COINTELPRO apparatus is capable of compensating for widespread exposure of their operations to the general public. This opinion is supported by reviewing the recent reports of National Security Agency misconduct by whistleblowers such as Edward Snowden, Russell Tice, and others. As a result of recent news reports, morale among NSA personnel has fallen dramatically. Likewise, public opinion and trust in the NSA, and government in general, is abysmal, at best. Also, corporations such as Cisco are now reporting a dramatic decline in sales as a direct result of NSA misconduct. Put in simple terms, once faith and trust in government is lost, it will be significantly more difficult to conduct COINTELPRO operations.
The initial phase of Operation Ratcatcher will continue for approximately 6 to 9 months. Depending on the reactions I am able to document and analyze, I will formulate the next phase of the operation in the Spring of 2014. I urge anyone viewing these clips not to engage in counter-surveillance activity without proper training and equipment. Feedback is of course welcome, and I encourage everyone to ask questions. I will answer to the best of my ability.