This morning, one of my children and I found illegal surveillance equipment that had been installed inside the walls of our house. Someone had carved out two thin grooves, one on either side of the inside of a sliding door that separates our living room and family room (the latter being the room where we spend much of our time). Wires were run through these grooves on either side, ending in what looks like a pinhole camera on the living room side and either a smaller or fiber optic camera on the den side, with corresponding tiny holes through the walls in those locations. The wires and equipment are encased in plaster to hold them in place as the door is slid back and forth.
The wire on the family room side appears to have been run from inside a light switch located further along the same wall. The wire on the living room side can be seen turning and running up toward the ceiling about halfway down the inside of the wall on that side. On the outside, the locations of the pinholes give off strong radio frequency signals.
We were able to find this equipment after I spoke with a San Antonio organized stalking who has filed serious complaints against the same licensed private investigator (p.i.) and apparent former FBI agent (see previous post). The San Antonio victim believes this p.i. is running a major organized stalking gang in our area and has amassed a great deal of information about who the p.i. employs for this, how the gang operates, who their associates are, and, most importantly for us, what some of their methods are for installing illegal surveillance equipment.
We will be continuing to look for this equipment, and we will continue to document what we find on this blog. We will also continue to insist that local, state, and federal law enforcement (including the U.S. Department of Justice) stop covering for these people and start prosecuting them.
For another example of federal law enforcement at all levels covering for a corrupt former federal agent, you might want to go back and look at my 9/20/09 posts here titled "DOJ Said" and "Response From DOJ".