Gang Stalked by Police:City Manager Compares Cops to Capone Gang
The Stockton City Manager is being harassed and intimidated by his own Police Department according to the County Mayor. Bob Deis is currently suing the Stockton Police Department for harassment, intimidation, unlawful entry onto his property to cut down trees in his backyard without his permission, as well as violation of his right to privacy.
The situation began when contract negotiations broke down between negotiators in Deis's Office and the Police Department. The Police started a gang stalking type campaign against him shortly thereafter. First, the Police Association made the unprecedented move of paying full price for a house in foreclosure next to his as an "investment" (they had never made any such property "investment", also it is rare that foreclosures receive full asking value in a soft California real estate market). Then there began incessant noise campaigns with construction work at odd hours and seemingly timed to harass. Loud construction work was done over the Fourth of July Holiday as well as during his grandson's birthday party. These "noise campaigns" are well known in gang stalking circles to be timed to optimize harassment of the targeted victim of gang stalking. In a later development, Deis found a bumper sticker had been placed on his car showing a child pissing on a pair of "dice". These motifs of harassment are well known gang stalking methods.
Deis is obviously the victim of unlawful surveillance, improper investigation, and Mafia-style extortion "bargaining "tactics by the very city police sworn to uphold law and constitution. The timing of loud construction on his grandson's birthday evidences, at a minimum, unlawful investigation into his personal affairs and those of his family. See the below links for more on the story:
In a recent interview with Stockton News T.V. 10, an ABC affiliate, City Manager Bob Deis stated he "feels like he's living in 1930's Chicago" (i.e., "The Outfit" headed by Al Capone!) calling police tactics "classic old-school intimidation". See video-link at 1:30-1:40:
No wonder why Deis, who cautiously refused to elaborate further on his comments to the press, is prematurely leaving his post as City Manager, the highest paid local government employee in Stockton, California at $233,000 a year. This, at a time when municipal payrolls are drastically shrinking with the recession deepening, and unemployment growing to record levels.
Former Reagan Advisor on growing police state crimes: