Gang Stalking: Apparent Texas Target Burns Down Discount Store
On June 4, 2012, Damon Cooper walked into a Dollar Tree store in North Dallas where he had been employed and almost burned it to the ground. He was arrested by police for arson, and claims that he was the victim of a national conspiracy. Cooper wrote about a vast conspiracy against him by his employers, police in several states, the courts, etc., on his Facebook page, on a blog he maintained, and in leaflets he handed out. In Coopers's own words:
"I am being followed, threatened, watched, set-up, stalked, attempted to be committed, imprisoned and much more from state to state by Dollar Trees Inc., N.Y.P.D., Texas P.D., N.C.P.D., Az P.D., Georgia County Superior Court, Wal-Mart, maybe more... They even tried to kill me."
The video link on the news story linked above is even more revealing. If you freeze the video at 1:02 you can see another sentence in the flyer Cooper was handing out, it reads:
"These individuals are even living in the same apartment complex as me."
Before you play the video link to the story, there is a collage of snapshots from Cooper's Facebook page which has now been taken down. One truncated sentence reads:
"and bugging my [phone?...]"
This seems to be a classic description of gang stalking. As readers are well aware, Texas is one of the big four states for gang stalking activity, the other three being California, New York and Florida. Cooper probably thinks that Dollar Stores is more central to the gang stalking apparatus than it is. Employers are generally a pawn used by the gang stalking apparatus to constructively terminate a gang stalking target's employment adding to his or her civil rights plight.
After some examination and reflection on the issue I have come to some conclusions. Gang stalking is essentially an updated and technically enhanced version of COINTELPRO. Gang stalking can only be conducted by the federal government because of the resources involved. Gang stalking targets are of no inherent interest to the government. Gang stalking group members are generally low level criminals, ex-cons, civil servants, friends and family of organized crime, and other malcontents that are of no inherent interest to the government. Several hundred thousand gang stalking victims in America are having their lives destroyed and their civil rights violated in a highly systematic and systemic Program. Because the government is orchestrating this activity, and, because both gang stalking targets and gang stalking group members are of no inherent interest to the government, there is another raison d'etre for the Program. I believe that reason is to grease the rails for a civil rights prosecution of the traditional enemies of Washington, including, but not limited to, organized crime. These traditional enemies of Washington have a sufficient nexus to gang stalking to make them criminally liable for gang stalking civil rights conspiracy. The gang stalking targets are merely human bait in this scheme. The gang stalking groups are merely police tools in this scheme.
I believe that it is now clear that suicides, homicides, and many other criminal acts, including some of the mass shootings we have seen a spike in over the past 10 or 15 years, can all be traced back to the gang stalking Program.
I have a question for the hot shots at FBI and the Department of Justice. What if that store was unable to evacuate the shoppers that were inside when Cooper almost burned it down?
One thing is for sure, his Facebook page, blog any any other tangible evidence of his claims of being a gang stalking victim would have been promptly and thoroughly scrubbed from the internet. Isn't it interesting that the Facebook page, and other social media sites, of every mass shooting suspect, have been promptly scrubbed post incident in the past couple of years, and, that it also standard operating procedure for the police to announce that "motive is unknown at this time"?
The Santa Cruz, California Police Department has linked gang stalking to cases of workplace violence:
Contact information for Damon L. Cooper:
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