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Robert Duncan, Regarding 6/10 NYT Article on Gang-Stalking & Targeted Individuals

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Robert Duncan, Regarding 6/10 NYT Article on Gang-Stalking & Targeted Individuals: “When Weapons Are “Field Tested” They Need To Be Very Secretive”

Posted on June 11, 2016 | 3 Comments
Re-posted from Facebook, with thanks to Dr. Robert Duncan, scientist with a background in working for the military and CIA in Artificial Intelligence, cybernetics, and bio-communications, and author of Project Soulcatcher, The Matrix Deciphered, How to Tame a Demon for his candor and commitment to getting the truth out there regarding neuroweaponry currently being tested on Americans, as also citizens worldwide, by military and Intelligence agencies. This is in reference to the recent fluff-piece in the New York Times purporting to be an investigative report of “gang-stalking” by a reporter who failed to report on key aspects accruing from his investigation, including research he was directed to by Rosanne Schneider, author of Surveillance, Torture, and Control in the Modern World….A Collection of Links to Inform the Public, and information on organized stalking and electronic harassment by NSA, US Navy, and FBI groups experienced by 28-year NSA Intelligence Analyst veteran, Karen Stewart.
Interested readers keen to explore the gaps in this reportage further may appreciate Rosanne Schneider‘s post on this misleading coverage: The Questionable Reporting of the New York Times
Karen Stewart‘s expose of rampant targeting, harassment, and psychiatric reprisal by the NSA can be researched further online, found at Renew America, and also found here: Ramola D/Washington’s Blog: NSA Whistleblower Karen Stewart Speaks Candidly About Illegal and Criminal NSA & FBI Programs of Organized Stalking and Electronic Harassment in the USA & Abroad
Also relevant (thanks to Rainetta Jones for calling attention to it) is this report on stalking in the United States produced by the Department of Justice in 2009, awareness of which was missing in the NYT article: Stalking Victimization in the United States

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