FUSION CENTER GANGSTALKING GOONS USE FED EX TO GASLIGHT JOURNO
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Another three hours of my life and a gallon of gasoline were stolen from me on Saturday, apparently by the police- and public safety coordinated community policing Gestapo whose communications and black operations are directed by Lockheed Martin under contract to various agencies and commands of the extrajudicial fusion center network -- a/k/a “Gestapo USA.”
It began early Saturday afternoon, shortly after 3 p.m., when I discovered two unordered packages with Fed Ex stickers on the porch of my house. There was no knock on the door to signal that a delivery man had dropped of a shipment. We were home all day. I noticed that one of the two packages was loosely sealed with transparent tape, with a large gap between the box flaps. The other package was tightly sealed.
The package labels were addressed to a “Dmitri Pagonis,” with the same house number as mine, but listing a different street and zip code suffix, and both were marked for special Saturday delivery. I immediately called the 800 number listed for Fed Ex in the phone book, identified myself and asked that a truck be dispatched immediately to pick up the packages. The voice on the other end – whom I believe to have been a Lockheed Martin contract operative posing as a Fed Ex customer service agent – stated that the packages could not be picked up until Monday, and asked me to either take in the packages or leave them outside. This was unacceptable to me, and I told him why: First, it was only mid-afternoon, and GPS- and cellphone equipped Fed Ex trucks surely were on the streets in my area. Second, the packages were not my property, and I did not want to be responsible for storing them – and I certainly would not leave them outside, where they could be stolen by neighborhood misfits (of which there are many).
The voice on the other end, quite rudely, in my opinion, stated that would not be possible, and started to debate with my over my refusal to comply with his instructions. He said he would transfer me to a “customer service unit.” After several moments, another voice got on the line and I repeated the story – which elicited the same exact response: Fed Ex could not pick up the packages until Monday. I asked for the address of the Fed Ex customer service department at its headquarters in Memphis. I was put on hold for about two minutes.
Finally, the alleged “customer service specialist” returned to the line and gave me an address at the Memphis airport. I noted to him that I found it unusual that a customer service specialist did not have that address readily available. He said something about having to look it up on the internet. At that point, I was convinced that I was being victimized by yet another so-called “gaslighting” stunt. So I told the alleged customer service agent that I would drive the packages myself to the closest Fed Ex station, and asked for the nearest location. After another “hold” delay, he returned and gave me an address in Hamilton, NJ, about 15 miles away.
(Parenthetically, that is not the closest Fed Ex station that is open on Saturday; that would be the station in Bensalem, PA.)
As I drove up U.S. 1 toward Hamilton, I noticed that I was being tailed by another car that followed behind me as I made a turn toward the Fed Ex station. The same car pulled up to the station as I entered the counter area, and a young man holding a package followed me in. He was driving a car with Pennsvylania tags (PA EKA-7182) with a license plate holder from a Feasterville, PA car dealer.
I explained to the desk clerk what had happened, and asked that she provide me with a written statement acknowledging my drop-off of the two packages. She supplied me with a printout that purported to state that the packages had been delivered to the address on the package labels. Later, I noticed that the receipt mentioned only a “mis delvd pckg.” As I turned to leave, the man who had followed me in asked the clerk to check a package to see if the information on the package he was carrying was “correct.”
I waited until the young man exited the building. When he did, I asked him why he had driven to a New Jersey Fed Ex location when he was driving a car with Pennsylvania plates. First, he said, “how do you know it’s my car?” When I asked if it was not his car, he responded by saying that he came to that Fed Ex location to make “a business proposition.” Then he said something to the effect of: “Why do you think it’s okay to ask me a bunch of questions?” I replied with words to this effect: “Well, you heard why I came from Pennsylvania to this Fed Ex. But I thought it was very odd that someone else from Pennsylvania would be following me in.”
At this point, the young man got annoyed and suggested that I could call the police. I replied that I would do better than that – by making sure that the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice was aware of the incident. So it was no surprise to me that on the way back to Pennsylvania, I was tailgated by a Lawrence Township police car until I reached the turn-off at Route 1.
By a preponderance of circumstantial evidence, it is clear to me that this alleged Fed Ex drop-off at my house was engineered by the Bucks County police-protected, Lockheed Martin contractor- coordinated vigilante black ops unit – which this time brazenly crossed state lines to conduct their apparent “gaslighting” stunt. It would not surprise me if their original intent was to set me up for a possible frame-up attempt, as apparently has been done to me repeatedly over the past eight years, as I have detailed in several articles:
And that transparent tape that was loosely binding one of the boxes: I have to wonder whether the vigilantes who serially enter my home to vandalize, poison and despoil – as we are “kept under” in a deep sleep state via Lockheed Martin radio frequency weapon attack – didn’t remove some transparent packing tape from a reel kept in my kitchen as part of what I believe may have been yet another clumsy, Keystone Kops-like frame-up attempt. I intend to ask Fed Ex to reimburse me for my time and trouble, including gas money.
LOCAL POLICE AND THE FBI APPARENTLY PROTECT VIGILANTE GOONS BY REFUSING TO INVESTIGATE THE SERIAL HATE CRIMES COMMITTED AGAINST ME AND MY INTERESTS FOR THE PAST EIGHT YEARS.
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