Monday, December 30, 2013

Look Where It Came From

For information on where the military-industrial complex Eisenhower warned of originally came from, please see:

Notice in particular the connections to the Bush family and Standard Oil, both of which are relevant to Texas (with the Bushes being particularly relevant to Central Texas!).

Now see:

for a further discussion of the first article.  

As Medawar recently pointed out to me privately, it appears that a lot of modern victims of organized stalking (a.k.a. gang stalking) may have fallen foul of modern versions of the same networks.

Thursday, December 12, 2013

Removed Post

I have received a private email from someone asking me to remove my post from August 12, 2012 titled "A Warning".  The sender of the email claimed that their private email address had been hacked in the past and that someone else had sent out an email I included in the post.  I have moved this post to the "Drafts" section of my blog for now, pending further investigation.  None of the material from the post has been lost, including the attached comments.

Whatever the truth of any particular claim or comment, it's very clear that one party or another has engaged in stalking, hacking, and defamation.  Somebody else has also tried to paint me in the blackest possible terms for reporting this.

I must point out that in my experience and that of countless other Targeted Individuals (TIs), backing down has never helped a stalking victim yet and probably never will.  The best protection  is exposure of who is doing the hacking, along with their motives and an indication of whom else benefits from their actions.

[With thanks to Medawar, who has given me advice on how to handle this.]

Update:  I believe all of the comments below are actually from my ex-husband.

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Brown Hand Center

Consider the article below.

I strongly suggest someone take a close look at whomever has taken over ownership of the Brown Hand Center and exactly how the takeover of this business was accomplished.  

Please also see

Update, also from the San Antonio Express-News:

If this gentleman is up against any of the same people I am, I can understand why no lawyers, courts, or government organizations will help him.

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Lawyers Sleep Easy

According to this article, recently published in the San Antonio Express-News, you can't even sue bad lawyers in Texas now.  Unbelievable!


Thursday, September 26, 2013

Chronology Of Pool Harassment

As victims of organized stalking, my children and I are often forced to cope with problems related to constant tampering with various items in and around our home. Our garage has been broken into so many times and our garage door opener and locking mechanism have been so thoroughly and repeatedly disabled that we've been told they are now impossible to repair, yet there is no point in replacing them, because they are almost immediately taken out again. And due to a combination of tampering with the controls through attic break-ins and some type of remote device that is frequently used to trip the reset button on it, our water heater is often disabled.

However, the item most commonly illegally tampered with at our house is our backyard swimming pool. The following chronology documents some of the major events in the history of our pool for your consideration.

August 1991: I went into the hospital to give birth to my youngest child. Due to complications, I did not return for a week. Imagine my surprise when I got home to find a large hole in the ground just outside the back door! My husband had suddenly decided to install an in-ground swimming pool without bothering to discuss it with me first. I was very upset about both his making all of the arrangements without even telling me and also about the safety issues related to having an open pool so close to the house that it couldn't even be fenced off, when we had young children and a new baby. (My husband immediately ordered a locking safety cover for the pool to ally my fears.) When the pool was completed, my husband engaged a pool maintenance company owned by a friend of his I'll call “Pool Guy 1” to take care of it regularly for us.

May 1999: My husband startled me one day by suddenly declaring that the pool was too expensive and we should just dismantle it and have the ground filled in. I told him the kids would be very upset to lose it and that we needed to discuss this together as a family. I also tried to question him about the expense, since as a physician with a good income, this should not have been an issue.

June 1999: My husband suddenly moved out and filed for divorce with no advance warning. About two weeks later, I noticed that the pool was turning green. I began calling Pool Guy 1 and left repeated messages on his answering machine, but no one ever called me back. A week later, with the pool now very green, I began calling other pool maintenance companies in the area. They all said they were too busy to take on new customers and couldn't help us. Eventually, someone gave me the name of another man I'll call “Pool Guy 2” who was starting up a new pool maintenance company in our area. Pool Guy 2 came out to clean our pool, and I hired him to take over the regular maintenance. Pool Guy 2 also told me that Pool Guy 1 had skipped town for some reason.

Over the years, we had a great many incidents of breakage and damage done to our pool tile and equipment. Pool Guy 2 knew I was on a tight budget and managed to help us keep the pool going, often making repairs with used or refurbished parts.

2011 and Early 2012: Sometime in this time period (I can't remember exactly when), Pool Guy 2 told me he and his wife had reached the point where they no longer wanted to live in our area. He and I discussed some of the problems here. He said he was moving his family to Boerne but would continue serving his regular customers up here. Shortly after that, Pool Guy 2 told me that his wife and child had been seriously injured in a car wreck on I-10 while in the process of moving to Boerne and that they'd been hospitalized in San Antonio. Then a few months later, he said he himself was having serious health problems. Not long after that, he suddenly greatly increased the rates he was charging me for his regular pool service.

Summer 2012: We gradually noticed our pool turning green again and realized that Pool Guy 2 had not been coming as scheduled. We also noticed that our Polaris, which Pool Guy 2 had said he was taking home with him to work on, had not been returned. I tried calling him, but there was no answer. As the pool got worse over the next few weeks and I still couldn't reach him, I began calling other companies. One of the companies I called turned out to be owned by the adult children of Pool Guy 1. Like all the other companies I called, they too said they were too busy to take on new customers, but they said their father had recently come back to town and was taking a few regular customers of his own. They said they had talked to him and that he was willing to come over and help get our pool going again if I wanted him to. I did not want to hire him again, but his children claimed Pool Guy 1 had done rehab for substance abuse problems and was now reliable again, so I got his phone number but continued to try to get someone else to come out. Eventually, desperate, I did give Pool Guy 1 a call. When another week went by where he didn't return any of my calls, I called his children back and told them I couldn't reach him. They said they'd talk to their father, and shortly after that, he did call me and come out. Pool Guy 1 looked at our pool—and then disappeared again. Before he left, he told me that Pool Guy 2 was now in rehab for substance abuse.

With the pool getting filthy, I tried to get someone from Kerrville to come over and help us, but no one would. Eventually, I was able to arrange for a “Pool Guy 3” to drive up to Fredericksburg from Boerne to teach one of my adult children and me how to take care of the pool ourselves. When he got here, Pool Guy 3 showed us that our automatic chlorinator had been stolen by someone who knew what they were doing, since the missing chlorinator had been expertly plumbed around. I knew this had to have been done fairly recently, because at one point, I had sent my friend Medawar photographs of the pool plumbing, and the chlorinator had been there. (Most likely, the chlorinator was removed by Pool Guy 1.)

We have taken over caring for the pool ourselves since then, but we cannot afford to replace the chlorinator or the Polaris and have never been able to get the pool back to its proper condition.

Pool Guy 2's company is publishing advertisements in the local newspaper for their services again.

On a final note, I believe being submerged in water provides protection from radio waves; see

Certainly the timing comparisons are interesting.

Monday, September 9, 2013

"The Killing Of JFK"

The following was recently published in the Kerrville Daily Times.  

I'm unable to attend any of these events, but I wish I could, because it sounds like some of the things I've discussed previously on this blog with regard to the murder of JFK are being independently corroborated.

In addition, I was recently informed in person by a close relative of those involved that a new book about LBJ will be released sometime this fall.  This book will apparently detail an adulterous relationship between Johnson and another woman which resulted in the birth of an illegitimate son whom I was told very closely resembles Johnson physically.  The person I talked with about this said the author of the book is a well-known writer who conducted extensive interviews with the woman involved and is basically writing her story. Sounds intriguing, but that's all I know about it for now.

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

America's Worst Charities

The Tampa Bay Times recently released a list of the 50 worst charities in the U.S., based on the percentage of donated funds actually paid out in aid versus the percentage of donated funds that went to persons soliciting those funds.  The actual link for this list is:

The national scope and reach of these fraudulent charities is clearly within the realm of organized crime.  Further, I'm told that some of them have overseas equivalents with the same, or very similar, names, so this type of fraud appears to be international.

Notice how many of them involve law enforcement and other first responders!  (Shades of Diop Kamau and the Police Complaint Center; see

The ones involving dying children are particularly odious. 

I'm posting this list as a public service, and I suggest that you share it with everyone you know to help get the word out about these.  I also strongly suggest that you carefully check out charities before donating to them.


The 50 worst, ranked by money blown on soliciting costs

Totals from the latest 10 years of available federal tax filings
RankCharity nameTotal raised by solicitorsPaid to solicitors% spent on direct cash aid
1 Kids Wish Network $127.8 million $109.8 million 2.5%
2 Cancer Fund of America $98.0 million $80.4 million 0.9%
3 Children's Wish Foundation International $96.8 million $63.6 million 10.8%
4 American Breast Cancer Foundation $80.8 million $59.8 million 5.3%
5 Firefighters Charitable Foundation $63.8 million $54.7 million 8.4%
6 Breast Cancer Relief Foundation $63.9 million $44.8 million 2.2%
7 International Union of Police Associations, AFL-CIO $57.2 million $41.4 million 0.5%
8 National Veterans Service Fund $70.2 million $36.9 million 7.8%
9 American Association of State Troopers $45.0 million $36.0 million 8.6%
10 Children's Cancer Fund of America $37.5 million $29.2 million 5.3%
11 Children's Cancer Recovery Foundation $34.7 million $27.6 million 0.6%
12 Youth Development Fund $29.7 million $24.5 million 0.8%
13 Committee For Missing Children $26.9 million $23.8 million 0.8%
14 Association for Firefighters and Paramedics $23.2 million $20.8 million 3.1%
15 Project Cure (Bradenton, FL) $51.5 million $20.4 million 0.0%
16 National Caregiving Foundation $22.3 million $18.1 million 3.5%
17 Operation Lookout National Center for Missing Youth $19.6 million $16.1 million 0.0%
18 United States Deputy Sheriffs' Association $23.1 million $15.9 million 0.6%
19 Vietnow National Headquarters $18.1 million $15.9 million 2.9%
20 Police Protective Fund $34.9 million $14.8 million 0.8%
21 National Cancer Coalition $41.5 million $14.0 million 1.1%
22 Woman To Woman Breast Cancer Foundation $14.5 million $13.7 million 0.4%
23 American Foundation For Disabled Children $16.4 million $13.4 million 0.8%
24 The Veterans Fund $15.7 million $12.9 million 2.3%
25 Heart Support of America $33.0 million $11.0 million 3.4%
26 Veterans Assistance Foundation $12.2 million $11.0 million 10.5%
27 Children's Charity Fund $14.3 million $10.5 million 2.3%
28 Wishing Well Foundation USA $12.4 million $9.8 million 4.6%
29 Defeat Diabetes Foundation $13.8 million $8.3 million 0.1%
30 Disabled Police Officers of America Inc. $10.3 million $8.1 million 2.5%
31 National Police Defense Foundation $9.9 million $7.8 million 5.8%
32 American Association of the Deaf & Blind $10.3 million $7.8 million 0.1%
33 Reserve Police Officers Association $8.7 million $7.7 million 1.1%
34 Optimal Medical Foundation $7.9 million $7.6 million 1.0%
35 Disabled Police and Sheriffs Foundation $9.0 million $7.6 million 1.0%
36 Disabled Police Officers Counseling Center $8.2 million $6.9 million 0.1%
37 Children's Leukemia Research Association $9.8 million $6.8 million 11.1%
38 United Breast Cancer Foundation $11.6 million $6.6 million 6.3%
39 Shiloh International Ministries $8.0 million $6.2 million 1.3%
40 Circle of Friends For American Veterans $7.8 million $5.7 million 6.5%
41 Find the Children $7.6 million $5.0 million 5.7%
42 Survivors and Victims Empowered $7.7 million $4.8 million 0.0%
43 Firefighters Assistance Fund $5.6 million $4.6 million 3.2%
44 Caring for Our Children Foundation $4.7 million $4.1 million 1.6%
45 National Narcotic Officers Associations Coalition $4.8 million $4.0 million 0.0%
46 American Foundation for Children With AIDS $5.2 million $3.0 million 0.0%
47 Our American Veterans $2.6 million $2.3 million 2.3%
48 Roger Wyburn-Mason & Jack M Blount Foundation For Eradication of Rheumatoid Disease $8.4 million $1.8 million 0.0%
49 Firefighters Burn Fund $2.0 million $1.7 million 1.5%
50 Hope Cancer Fund $1.9 million $1.6 million 0.5%
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$970.6 million
paid to solicitors

Worst 50's record

A more typical split *
  • $970.6 million cash paid to solicitors
  • $380.3 million cash to the charities
  • $49.1 million to direct cash aid
* Watchdog groups say no more than 35 percent of donations should go to fundraising costs. There is no standard for how much should be be spent on direct cash aid.

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America’s Worst Charities is the result of a yearlong collaboration between the Tampa Bay Times and the California-based Center for Investigative Reporting, the nation’s largest and longest serving nonprofit newsroom dedicated to watchdog journalism. CNN joined the partnership in March 2013.

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Traits Of Stalkers

The following article, written by an author or authors who apparently did not want to be identified, was published in the Sky Valley Chronicle.  It was recently featured on the Lovefraud website, which was where I came across it.

While it doesn't provide a great deal of information about the source/s for the statements made here, I believe it's important for me to share this article with my readers because, as a long-term stalking victim with a great deal of personal experience on the subject, this piece is the best summary I've seen yet of how stalkers think and operate.

Although this article is about single stalkers, it discusses how single stalkers manipulate others into participating in stalking in various ways.  When this happens, single stalking becomes organized stalking (a.k.a. gang stalking or stalking by proxy), which moves it into the realm of organized criminal activity.

As you read this, please pay particular attention to the discussion of the connection between stalking and murder, because it is a close one.  (I would like to do a separate post on this at some point.)  The connections between stalking and pathological lying are also extremely important. 

The most important sentence in the article with regard to organized stalking may be, "Instead of friends, they [stalkers] have victims and sometimes accomplices who ALWAYS end up as victims in the end."  [Capital letters mine.]  

Coincidentally, my ex-husband has known ties to the Snohomish County area in Washington State.

January 12, 2013

(GOLD BAR, WA) -- The Sky Valley Chronicle was asked recently by a Snohomish County resident who plans to file criminal charges against a cyber-stalker(s), how the state law on “regular stalking” comes into play in making sure a stalker or stalkers is charged with as many criminal counts as possible.

In the context of the question and being that January is Stalking Awareness Monthaccording to the U.S. Department of Justice, we present the following information for your review and consideration.

The good news for victims of stalker crimes is that the Washington law on regular stalking (RCW 9a.46.110) can b e used in many cases to file additional criminal charges (charges in addition, for example to cyber-stalking charges) against the perpetrators of such crimes. 

This is a powerful tool a victim can deploy in the fight against such criminals in that many sociopaths who engage in both “regular” stalking and cyber-stalking are often unaware of – or simply ignore – the sheer number of laws they are breaking (or how often) or that laws overlap allowing for the filing of multiple charges under different statutes.

Even if they do realize such a thing, stalkers – many of whom are textbook sociopaths who cannot control their behavior because of the high they get from it – simply can’t stop from doing what has always been a pleasurable behavior they were certain had no downside risk to their lives.

Indeed it is the very nature of sociopaths – a nature they cannot change - that is almost always their undoing and this is valuable for a stalker victim to know from both a strategic and tactical standpoint. 

The very nature of the sociopathic stalker provides a key to bringing a stalker to justice.


There are some well-known traits - culled from numerous medical papers, medical and psychological research, mass market and trade books and other sources - that apply to many, if not most sociopaths/stalkers.

These common-thread traits eventually bring about their downfall into the hard reality and harsh light of the criminal justice system. 

These traits include:

~ Poor to no behavioral control/strong impulsive nature. Rage and abuse is a typical trait of the sociopath. Sociopathic stalkers believe they are all-powerful, all-knowing and entitled to every wish. Such people have no sense of personal boundaries and no concern for their impact on others. To a sociopath he or she is always “the smartest guy in the room,” and can outwit all others. 

Thus hubris almost always leads to a stalker’s downfall if a stalker victim understands how to exploit this weakness and to utilize the assistance of law enforcement to amplify the exploitation of this “sweet spot.” 

~ Manipulative and Cunning. Stalkers/sociopaths never recognize the rights of others. They see their self-serving behaviors as always permissible. Sometimes they may be charming yet they are almost always hostile, angry and domineering when their true nature is exposed. 

They see their victims as merely an instrument to be used. They enjoy the sense of domination they feel from humiliating, taunting and hurting others. 

~ Grandiose Sense of Self. A sociopath feels entitled to certain things as "their right." A sociopath feels it is their right to abuse those they wish to abuse simply because they enjoy doing it and can do it. 

In this sense the mind of the sociopath is little different than the mind of a serial killer or serial child abuser: they do what they do because they like it, it gives them pleasure, they can get away with it (for a while) and they feel entitled to do it.

~ Pathological Lying. Many stalkers/sociopaths are chronic liars and have been that way since childhood. In fact they lie casually and very calmly. It is almost impossible for them to be truthful on a consistent basis. They often believe their lies as “the truth.” 

They often create, and get caught up in, a complex belief system about their own powers and abilities. A sociopath can be extremely convincing at times (for short periods at any rate) and is even able to pass lie detector tests in some instances.

(One good reason, by the way for innocent people never to take a polygraph test when asked to do so since sociopaths can pass these tests and innocent people can fail them). 


~ Complete lack of remorse, shame or guilt. A sociopath does not have these emotions – they are just not there - thus they cannot feel things like shame or guilt or remorse. To a sociopath these things simply do not exist in their mental framework as a check on behavior as they do in “normal “humans. 

A deeply sociopathic mob contract killer called “The Iceman,” now deceased, once asked a well known psychiatrist during a documentary about his life, “Why is it I don’t feel nuthin’ inside?” 

What The Iceman did not know, and could never figure out is that he simply was not capable of feeling anything inside. The Iceman was wired differently in the head.

~ A deep-seated rage that lies at their core. A stalker/sociopath does not see others around them as people, but only as targets and opportunities. 

Instead of friends, they have victims and sometimes accomplices who always end up as victims in the end. To a stalker the end always justifies the means and they let nothing stand in their way of obtaining their goals (which is why it is important to put them behind bars where they belong).

~ Very shallow emotions. At times some sociopaths can express what appears outwardly to others to be warmth, joy, love and compassion. However this is nothing more than a modeled behavior – something they learn how to do and do well in some cases – and it always serves an ulterior motive.

The typical stalker/sociopath is outraged by insignificant matters – such as a newspaper article or book or TV broadcast they feel insulted them or slighted them in some way – yet interestingly the sociopath remains unmoved at all by what would upset a "normal" person. 

~ Incapacity for love. A sociopath is incapable of feeling love, in the traditional sense, for anyone or anything. You will never find a sociopath helping out at a local food kitchen for the needy or doing something positive in a community as a volunteer unless it serves an ulterior motive for the sociopath. 


~ Cowardice. This is one of the major traits of a stalker/sociopath, on the street or online, for people who are not cowards have no need or desire to engage in aberrant, stalker behavior. 

Stalking is the perfect domain of the coward for above all the coward seeks to avoid personal responsibility for his or her behavior.

Not only do “normal” people have no need to engage in stalking behavior but the intelligent, centered self-confident person – one who can feel love, empathy, joy and compassion – wouldn't even consider stalking another person.

The very thought of it would be abhorrent to them. For a sociopath however, stalking is like second nature to them; a skin they feel very comfortable in.

The ultimate coward of a stalker is the man or woman who stalks a former lover or spouse with the “If I can’t have them no one can” mindset, murders the former lover/spouse and then takes his or her own life to avoid all responsibility; to avoid being held legally responsible for their actions.

When you think stalker, also think coward. They are one and the same. This also means that cowards, in the right circumstances and possessing the right frame of (twisted) mind can be extremely dangerous, even those who have never before committed a serious crime of violence.

~ Need for Stimulation. Many sociopaths/stalkers live on the edge in one way or another for that is the only way they can “feel normal.” Some need to be in constant drama, constant confrontations or battles with other people. These other people can even be elected officials. Sometimes even institutions such as government are targets. Stalkers often seek to engage in back and forth email rants and hurl threats at others in emails and online forums ,including threats to sue over trivial matters.

Verbal outbursts, rage and sometimes physical punishments are normal in the sociopath’s world and promiscuity and gambling are common. 

~ Callousness/Lack of Empathy. They are unable to empathize with the pain of their victims, having only contempt for others' feelings of distress. They enjoy taking advantage of others and enjoy the sense of control over others as well as inflicting various types pain and anguish during the control phase. 

~ Early Behavior Problems/Juvenile Delinquency. Often times in the sociopath/stalker’s history one will find a history of behavioral and sometimes academic difficulties, yet "gets by" by conning others. 

In some cases though the sociopath is intelligent and may go on to pursue a profession, even a “ticketed” profession such as doctor, nurse or lawyer. 

Those who go into such professions are extremely fearful of being convicted of a crime and losing their professional license as it often is their only source of real identity and respect by others in a community.

~ Lack of Realistic Life Plan/Parasitic Lifestyle. Some sociopaths tend to move around a lot or make promises about the future they can never make happen. They often have a poor work ethic (they can even get fired from a menial state or federal government job for incompetence and arrogance, which is awfully hard for a “normal” person to do) but can exploit others effectively and calmly. 

~ Criminal or Entrepreneurial Versatility. The stalker/sociopath has the ability to change their image as needed in order to try and avoid prosecution (but in the end they almost always are prosecuted) and can change their life story readily to suit their purposes. 

~ The sociopath has problems in making and keeping friends and often times displays aberrant behaviors such as cruelty to people or animals, stealing, lying, etc. 

~ Irresponsibility/Unreliability. A sociopath is not the least concerned about wrecking others' lives and dreams. The true sociopath is oblivious or just indifferent to the devastation they cause to others and they never blame themselves. They always blame others even for acts they obviously committed. 

Even if confronted with proof that cannot be disputed, the sociopath will deny everything and indeed if the sociopath has helpers will blame any criminal behavior on the helpers. 

To a sociopath, self-preservation is always "Job One." 

~ Promiscuous Sexual Behavior/Infidelity. Sometimes a sociopath will engage in promiscuity, becoming involved with a married man and ruining a marriage or sexual acting out, etc.

Some other qualities of stalkers/sociopaths are:

Contemptuous of those who seek to understand them 
Does not perceive that anything is wrong with them 

Paranoid (believes they are the victim of conspiracies, people out to “get them,” claiming their phones are tapped, they are being followed, claiming they are in danger from unseen, unnamed forces, making claims of threats against their lives with no proof, etc.)

Only rarely in trouble with the law because they seek out situations where they believe their tyrannical behavior and abuse of others will be tolerated, condoned, or admired. Sometimes they claim the abuse they engage in is covered by “free speech.”

Conventional appearance

Knows what they are doing is wrong and depending upon the crime the stalker is engaged in, will go to great lengths to cover their tracks to avoid prosecution. 

Goal of enslavement and/or control over their victim(s) so they may inflict pain and anguish at will. 

Seeks to exercise despotic control over all or some aspects of the victim's life 

Has an internal need to justify their crimes. 

Incapable of real human attachment to another. 

Extreme narcissism and grandiose thoughts about themselves 

May state readily that their goal is to rule the world

The above traits are based on the psychopathy checklists of H. Cleckley and R. Hare.

In the 1830's a sociopathic disorder was called "moral insanity." By 1900 it was changed to "psychopathic personality." More recently it has been called "antisocial personality disorder" in some reference materials and in some media reports.

Above all however a sociopath (someone who exhibits antisocial personality disorder) is characterized by a lack of regard for the moral or legal standards in the local culture. 

They have an almost complete inability to get along with others or abide by societal rules. 

Individuals with this disorder are alternately referred to as psychopaths or sociopaths and in some reference materials and news reports the two terms seem to overlap substantially.


The good news is once victims recognize these traits and recognize they are dealing with a stereotypical sociopath/stalker, they can identify a number of ways to develop a strategy to gather evidence in order to have the stalker convicted of a crime.

Knowing these traits of a sociopath allows the victim insights into creating “traps” for the stalker to fall into (since almost all stalkers feel all-powerful and are certain they can do anything with impunity) thereby leaving a trail of evidence a blind man could follow which can then be used against the stalker in a criminal court of law.

The key for a victim of a stalker to remember is this: what the sociopath/stalker believes about his or her omnipotence, intelligence and untouchability is, ironically, the stalker’s greatest Achilles Heel and a major tool a victim can use to bring such a sociopath to justice.

Victims of stalkers would do well to understand these principles and to use these insights to move forward with evidence gathering for prosecution of the stalker(s) on criminal charges.

From me:  See also