Why are Native American veterans being harassed by law enforcement?
There is a rogue element in government, which is very afraid of Native American veterans. What is going on?
A common thread that all the Native American male and female warriors have complained to me yesterday and this morning, was being accused of crimes they didn’t commit. Most also said that anonymous persons with US Government phone numbers tried to break up their marriages or their dating relationships We told you yesterday about Brother Ghost Dancer being imprisoned for robberies that he couldn’t have possibly committed. The persecution seemed connected with his involvement with the Lakota leaders at the Pine Ridge Reservation. Several of the veterans I talked to had similar stories, even though they were not involved with AIM or political demonstrations. They were actually arrested, but either the charges were dropped or they were found innocent in a trial. All of us have been repeatedly labeled “suspects” however . . . probably as an excuse to get an electronic surveillance warrant.
Last night I watched a movie based on the true story of a journalist in California, who discovered that a cartel was secretly set up by the CIA, which mass-distributed crystal meth to the United States. The scheme was a means of financing clandestine operations overseas, which had been specifically forbidden by Congress. You will not believe what was done to him.
I am not a veteran and also was never in a political demonstration. I never wore a Navy officer’s uniform, after graduating from Georgia Tech. However, I did have to sign a 20 year non-disclosure agreement for covert activities overseas after graduation. After the appearance in 1997 of the black helicopter over my house in Pine Log, GA I increasingly seemed to be in the “bullseyes” of law enforcement for unknown crimes. This was really strange because I had a high profile in Cartersville, GA. I was on the county planning commission and the city Board of Zoning Appeals. I was then the architect for the restoration of some of the region’s most important historic landmarks. Well . . . years ago, Jimmy Carter introduced me to Senator Joe Biden as a future governor of Georgia. That’s not the type of person, who police should suspect being the culprit for any horrendous crime that happens.
In 1997, I was in a serious relationship with a gal I met in Sunday School, who was a professional musician and a graduate student at Georgia State University. The next month, three water scooters with the CIA emblems on them, tried to ram the canoe that Julie and I were paddling on Lake Allatoona. A little later, an unmarked white truck, driven by men in white “space suits” stole her garbage cart from the street then brought it back the next day, empty. At that time, volunteer firemen in North Fulton County were amassing vast sums of money by running marijuana with their motor boats on Lake Allatoona. Was this crime ring also orchestrated by rogue CIA operatives? We will probably never know.
When I bought a house in Cartersville a few months after the helicopter incident, officers in the Cartersville Police Department called the elderly women in the neighborhood and told them I was a suspected “Peeping Tom.” They called KKK members in the neighborhood and told them that I was an undercover FBI agent. They called up members of nearby Tabernacle Baptist Church and told them that I was an atheist and child molester. Actually, I was an active member of Trinity United Methodist Church and certainly not a sexual predator. EXACTLY, the same type things happened to the Native American veterans.
Then a few years later, a cousin in law enforcement tipped me off that the Georgia Crime Information System had a bogus profile on me. It stated that I had served two prison terms, was a bisexual, sexual predator, probably schizophrenic and dangerously violent. There was no mention of my education or profession. Any cop, who read the bio, would have probably shot first and asked questions later, if stopping me for a traffic violation. Fortunately, that never happened.
I confronted the Georgia Bureau of Investigation about this CIS profile. They initially denied it then claimed that the profile had been sent to them by the FBI. The fictional account was eventually removed, but the Assistant Director, who deleted the fictional text paid a dear price. Two weeks later, his parents in Gainesville, GA were murdered in their sleep. The Assistant Director, at age 38, soon retired from the agency.
Throughout the decade that followed, law enforcement officers repeatedly interfered with my search for a soulmate. Two women, with herpes, were promised huge sums of money by law enforcement officers and the dropping of drug charges against them, if they infected me with herpes. I was immediately suspicious of these women, who were total strangers, because they drove hundreds of miles to my house then instantly wanted to become intimate. Guess they figured that most men are that stupid.
Women, whom I had dates with or even talked to on the phone, constantly complained about receiving phone calls from local or state law enforcement officers, who told them that I was either a “suspected” serial killer or a “known child molester.” On more occasions than I can count, state or federal law enforcement agents sat at a table next to the table where a new female contact and I were dining. One time, two bleached-blonde, uniformed Georgia State Highway Patrolman literally stood at the table of a Buckhead-Atlanta restaurant, where I was courting a female doctor for the entire length of our meal. Such shenanigans are exactly the reason that I am single today. Once the Great Recession eliminated the discretionary income required for courting, the very same parasites tried incessantly to prove I was a gay sexual predator. Well, I guess I shouldn’t complain too much. Several of the Native American veterans I have talked to spent time in jail after being arrested on trumped up charges. All were cleared, but were in deep debt because of legal fees.
Back to the investigative journalist. After he won a national journalism award for his discovery of the government-orchestrated drug ring, his life became living hell. “They” tried to break up his marriage then spread rumors that he was a child molester and violent schizophrenic. Any attempts to apply for a job by phone resulted in calls from local law enforcement to his potential employers, stating that he was being investigated for some horrendous crime. The man never was able to get a job as a journalist, even though he had been named “National Journalist of the Year.” The director of the CIA resigned as a result of his articles, but other major newspapers tried to undermine his story. In 1997, a special congressional committee determined that everything he said was true, but he still couldn’t get a job in his profession. He supposedly committed suicide in 2004 with TWO bullets in his head. This seems to be the modus operanda of predatory criminals on the taxpayers’ payroll.
If you are a Native American, you are twice as likely to be killed, while unarmed, by a law enforcement officer than any other ethnic group. There are no statistics for falsely arrested Native Americans, but it is clearly a problem, especially west of the Mississippi. Obviously, some covert organization on the taxpayer’s dole greatly fears the Native American warriors of certain tribes. When honesty, bravery and patriotism become undesirable character traits, we can be certain that something really bad is coming down the pike. I could find one thing that the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creeks, Seminoles, Lakota and Apache have in common. Their warriors have won the vast majority of Congressional Medals of Honor, awarded to Native Americans. Hm-m-m-m
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