Gang Stalkers on Former VP Candidate John Edward's Jury Trial?
Gang Stalkers on the Edward's Jury?
The jury's behavior drew attention Thursday when the four alternates all wore canary-yellow shirts. On Friday, they all wore bright red shirts, as did two of the 12 jurors deliberating the case.
Kieran J. Shanahan, a former federal prosecutor who has attended nearly every day of the trial, said he has never seen such unusual behavior as the color-coordinated clothing
"It's seems harmless when the alternates are doing it, but if the jurors are doing it, that's a concern," said Shanahan, now a Raleigh defense attorney. "This case has enough issues already."
What are the odds that all four alternate jurors randomly wore canary yellow shirts one day, and then bright red shirts the next. Lets start with the unusual colors. On a crowded bus one might expect one passenger to be wearing an off color like canary yellow or bright red. A cop could probably identify a person on a crowded bus with say fifty passengers with just the description of that shirt color. So we will say it is a one in fifty (1/50) chance for a single incidence.
The thing about patterns is that they multiplicative. So if you toss a fair coin once you have a 1/2 chance of heads, twice 1/4, thrice 1/8, etc. Here, [1/50 x 4] x [1/50 x 4] gives you 0.0000000000000001 or one quadrillion. Now, some gang stalking Deniers who cyber-patrol this site will tell you it is less, but ask someone with a math background. This can not be a coincidence.
So what is really happening?
The answer is a gang stalking technique called intentional psychological sensitization. One of the best definitions of sensitization is found below:
This is getting targets sensitive to an everyday stimuli. Eg. Colors, patterns or everyday actions. Eg. Red, stripes, pens, whistles, loud coughing, clapping, waves, keys jingling.
Eg. Joe will be mobbed at work and as part of that daily mobbing his coworkers will loudly cough at him every time they harass him by calling him names like loser, worthless, lame, demented. They will slander him and have others as they are slandering him show disgust by glaring and coughing at him.
Out in public they will follow him loudly and obnoxiously coughing at him. When he goes to stores they will get others to do the same. After months or years of this, Joe has become sensitive to this stimuli and it can be used to harass him without the names and the glaring looks. The association has been formed because of all the other harassment.
These aberrations are the normality in the twisted world of gang stalking. The same former federal prosecutor named above also noted a juror being flirtatious with Edwards from the jury box to the extent that it was unlike anything she had seen in her legal career.
So now gang stalking has invaded the Federal legal system, and it seems Edwards can expect a legal mockery of a trial. If Edward's legal team do not ask for a mistrial, on these facts, then they are setting him up for the conviction.