THE CASE OF THE OVERFILLED BOTTLED WATER: MORE GANG STALK TERROR?
• When unjustly "targeted" Americans can't drink the water, the domestic terrorists have won.
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Until recently, our tap water, supplied by the nearby borough of Morrisville, Bucks County, PA, looked and tasted strange, leaving a metallic after-taste, sometimes foaming up at the top of a glass. Several years ago, bits of sewage issued from the bathroom shower. After I complained, the visible contamination ceased, but the bad taste and oily consistency persisted.
On June 30, 2009, I told my police chief in a personal meeting that it appeared our water, air and food was being tainted by community vigilantes. He was not at all dismissive, and in fact offered a comment about vigilantes placing substances in air ducts. I had met with him to request a formal investigation, and to supply certain information that I continue to believe indicates that close-by neighbors have aided and abetted acts of domestic terrorism directed at me, my family and our property.
The chief gave me no assurances, but I left confident that the situation would improve. It did not. I have tried to contact the chief again, most recently on June 8, 2010, after I was gassed by insecticide that had been placed inside our dryer (as I discovered minutes after turning it on and returning to a seat near an open window, not far from the dryer exhaust vent). I left a message on the chief's voicemail. When the call was not returned, I tried him again a day or two later. I received no response.
In the months since, as mentioned, signs of surreptitious entry of our home continue to appear -- items vandalized, or moved, rugs soiled, doors locked before bed found unlocked in the morning, etc., etc. Each sign that someone was inside our home while we slept evokes terror and anxiety -- but because a malfunctioning appliance cannot easily be traced to a vandalizing intruder, and because there's no way to prove that a rug stain wasn't there the night before, I have refrained from showing up at the chief's office once again to demand an investigation.
But now, once again, I have discovered signs that bottled water left in our garage refrigerator may have been tainted -- as has happened before, but not in recent months. A metallic taste, so bad that I could not drink any more from the bottle, led me to examine unopened bottles in the fridge. I found that most of the remaining bottles in a recently purchased plastic pack appeared to be sealed tightly, the caps intact -- but the water in the bottle reached all the way up to the top of the cap. Automatic filling machines virtually always leave visible air space and, in my experience, never fill the plastic bottles all the way to the top of the bottle rim.
I suspect that community watch vigilantes under the apparent direction of their neighborhood watch "team leaders" -- apparently supervised by law enforcement officers affiliated with the regional fusion center -- are using some sort of a needle syringe to poison the bottled water without disturbing or removing the cap.
I have retained several of these over-filled bottles. But because all law enforcement is affiliated with the fusion center, and because it appears that officials up and down the line are engaged in a cover up of community vigilante "gang stalking" abuses, if I turn a bottle over to law enforcement for lab testing, there is no guarantee that the sample would be properly handled or tested. Indeed, I could be twice victimized if "official" test results indicated no contamination, and the complaint was used as "evidence" that the complainant is "delusional."
So once again, I am terrorized. I won't drink the water from these over-filled bottles, and I am left wondering if other bottles that aren't over-filled have been tampered with, too.
When citizens cannot trust law enforcement to fairly and equally enforce the law, the "terrorists" have won. And in this case, the "terrorists" appear to be the government-funded neighborhood watch vigilante Gestapo, overseen by law enforcement and security officials at all levels of government.
In the past, I have related these concerns to the Philadelphia field office of the FBI. My requests for a formal investigation have been rebuffed there, too.
This is not the America I learned about in school. The rule of law has broken down in Bucks County, PA -- and this county is by no means unique. Those who are extra-legally, unjustly targeted by law enforcement are persona non grata, an underclass that can be victimized with impunity, by vigilantes or by those whose sworn duty is to protect, to serve, and to uphold the law.
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