Gang Stalking: Conversation with Sheriff Mack
Sheriff Richard Mack came to my attention because of his public statements regarding fidelity to the Constitution and Bill of Rights. I wondered how the former elected Sheriff of Graham County, Arizona, would react to the nationwide blight of gang stalking, and the FBI's unwillingness to address the issue in the face of countless complaints by TI's (well over a dozen I have personally communicated with made numerous, futile attempts to get the FBI involved in investigating gang stalking).
I sent Mack an email with links to information about gang stalking. I highlighted the KENS-5 San Antonio News story about gang stalking because Mack is running for a Congressional seat that includes a large portion of San Antonio. After several follow up calls to Mack and his staff I received an email response from Mack yesterday:
I looked at the story and find it alarming and unbelievable. I am not sure it falls under the jurisdiction of Congress to resolve this. I know a very good sheriff candidate for Bexar County Sheriff who should look at this. It is a law enforcement concern. I'd be willing to discuss your concerns anytime.
I called Mack and left a message with his staff. He promptly called me back that same day. In our conversation, Mack was candid and interested in providing me with answers and suggestions. He was surprised that, given the information he was provided on gang stalking, the issue was not receiving more attention in the media or by law enforcement.
One of the questions I put to him was based on the belief that the FBI's lack of response to targeted individuals' complaints is based on the FBI's involvement in a Counterintelligence Program related to gang stalking. I asked Mack, "Have you ever been told to stop an investigation by the FBI because there was an ongoing federal investigation, because I'm getting the feeling that's what is going on here?" He answered "No, but I'm aware of cases in which other Sheriff's have been told that." I believe Mack was being sincere and thoroughly truthful.
I asked Mack what, based on his experience, was the best advocacy option for targets of gang stalking. He said that the issue should be brought to the attention of Sheriffs' associations and Police Chief's associations. The best way to do this, he said, was to have targeted individuals write an informational letter about gang stalking to their local Sheriff and Police Chief. This could be done by drafting a letter and having it signed by a number of targets in a given jurisdiction. I believe that Mack's advice is some of the best I've heard in my years of gang stalking awareness advocacy.
FFCHS at freedomfchs.com, lists contact information for local area TI support groups in its newsletter, these include: Massachusetts, L.A., the Bay area, the Greater New York area, Washington, D.C., and surrounding areas, Tucson, Denver, Louisiana, etc.
Here is a sample, form letter that I think will be helpful:
Dear Sheriff (or Police Chief):
There is a growing, nationwide criminal trend that is occurring in your jurisdiction of ( ). This crime involves the violation of civil rights of numerous individuals in your jurisdiction and nationwide. Victims of this crime have labeled it gang stalking. This crime has yet to be meaningfully addressed by either federal or local authorities. The undersigned are victims who are currently targeted by the crime and are seeking relief. The information below will give you a good overview of the problem. We thank you for your time and consideration. We look forward to contacting you after you have had a chance to review the materials:
Here are some DOJ statistics that were obtained through the FOIA on the subject of gang stalking:
Here are links to news stories and related materials on gang stalking:
Thanks again for your time and interest.