-Devices attached to telephone wires directly outside two friends homes who are targeted individuals.
From the Washington Post investigation, “Top Secret America” it sites http://www.missouri.gov/ documenting, “Missouri ranking 18th of 50 states in the number of domestically focused counterterrorism and homeland security organizations, and 16th overall in organizations established or newly involved in counterterrorism since 9/11 (tied with Pennsylvania and Tennessee). In dollar amount, the state ranked 12th in fiscal 2009 in federal homeland security spending and 15th in domestic preparedness and antiterrorism programs. Measured per capita, the state ranked 15th in overall federal government expenditures. U.S. intelligence and homeland security agencies and the Department of Justice measure the potential terrorist threat to Missouri by analyzing data, including the following: * Missouri is one of 13 states or territories where U.S. attorneys secured one terrorism conviction from Sept. 11, 2001, through March 2010, according to the Justice Department. * The state has two of the 64 urban metropolitan areas that have been designated by the federal government as “high-threat, high-density” with regard to acts of terrorism: Kansas City and St. Louis. Missouri was the first state to create an Office of Homeland Security, established on Sept. 26, 2001. The Missouri Security Panel followed in November 2001, charged with conducting a statewide vulnerability assessment. Missouri is one of 22 states with more than one Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF); it is one of 16 states with more than one fusion center and one of six with three centers.”
In Springfield MO alone where I live are the following agencies involved in what the Washington Post considers ‘Top Secret America.‘ Of the 70 Missouri ‘top secret’ Homeland Security organizations six are in Springfield, MO. From the Washington Post:
|Mid-States Organized Crime Information Center (MOCIC)||Springfield|
|RAC Springfield (ICE)||Springfield|
|Springfield Financial Crimes Task Force (Secret Service)||Springfield|
|Springfield Resident Agency (FBI)||Springfield|
|Springfield Satellite Office (ATF)||Springfield|
|USSS Springfield (Secret Service)||Springfield|
Organizations -Missouri has implemented regional committees mirroring the existing nine Highway Patrol Troop Regions. These Regional Homeland Security Oversight Committees (RHSOC) report directly to the Governor’s Homeland Security Advisory Council. Missouri is located in FEMA Region VII; the Defense Coordinating Office responsible for brokering and arranging federal military support for the state is in Kansas City.
COUNTERTERRORISM – The St. Louis Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) is supplemented by the JTTF in Kansas City, Kan. The U.S. attorney chairs Anti-Terrorism Advisory Councils (ATACs) in St. Louis and Kansas City, Mo.
INTELLIGENCE – Missouri is a member of the Mid-States Organized Crime Information Center (MOCIC) and the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC). The Regional Information Sharing Systems (RISS) Intelligence Center in Springfield, part of the MOCIC, covers Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin. At the federal level, the FBI operates Field Intelligence Groups (FIGs) in Kansas City and St. Louis. The Immigration and Customs Enforcement Field Intelligence Group in Chicago has jurisdiction over Missouri. The Midwest High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area in Kansas City performs criminal intelligence analysis for parts of Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota, North Dakota and Wisconsin.
FUSION – Missouri operates three fusion centers: The Missouri Information Analysis Center (MIAC), a component of the Missouri Department of Public Safety (DPS), was established in December 2005. The MIAC is the mechanism for collecting incident reports of suspicious activities to be evaluated and analyzed in an effort to identify potential trends or patterns of terrorist or criminal operations. The MIAC also functions as a vehicle for communication between federal, state and local law enforcement within the state. The Kansas City Regional Terrorism Early Warning (TEW) Group, a component of the Kansas City Police Department, maintains an Inter-Agency Analysis Center with responsibility for Platte, Clay, Ray, Jackson and Cass counties. The St. Louis Terrorism Early Warning Group fusion center, a component of the St. Louis County Police Department, works with the intelligence unit of the St. Louis Police Department and tracks the region’s critical infrastructure and key resources.
HOMELAND SECURITY – The Missouri Office of Homeland Security, part of Department of Public Safety, coordinates the daily work of homeland security through the State Emergency Management Agency and the Missouri State Highway Patrol. In July 2005, the Office of Homeland Security was moved to the Department of Public Safety and a Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC) was established. The HSAC reviews state and local security plans and grant funding requests. To assist in critical infrastructure protection, a DHS Protective Security Advisor is located in St. Louis. Federal Protective Service (FPS) Region 6 headquarters is located in Kansas City, Mo.
LAW ENFORCEMENT – The Missouri Department of Public Safety (DPS) is the statewide law enforcement agency and oversees a vast array of offices, including Homeland Security, the Capitol Police, the State Highway Patrol, the State Water Patrol and the Emergency Management Agency. The Missouri Statistical Analysis Center is a unit within State Highway Patrol responsible for providing criminal justice information and research services. The FBI’s Kansas City and St. Louis field offices operate resident agencies and satellite offices in Jefferson City, Joplin, Springfield, St. Joseph, Cape Girardeau, Kirksville, Rolla, St. Charles, Hudson, Lakeville and Lowell.
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT – The Missouri State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), within the military division of the executive department, office of the adjutant general, is the state agency for coordinating disaster/emergency preparedness.
Sourcing for Washington Post: Department of Homeland Security, Justice Department and state government documents. -Thank you Washington Post.
U.S. Homeland Security’s Glawe and Murphy…
Organizer Richard Lighthouse, of internet’s Meetup group Targeted Individual Awareness has published a new ebook- “The Governors of Gangstalking,“ at SKU# 9780463549049. The book is FREE. Lighthouse’s introduction- “This short ebook describes the leaders of the gangstalking program against Targeted Individuals in the United States. Their names are David J. Glawe and Brian J. Murphy. I was able to track down these two criminals, due to the brave efforts of police whistleblowers. During 2018, there were 3 police whistleblowers that stated the Fusion Centers were being used as Gangstalking control stations. The Intelligence & Analysis Office of DHS provides funding, training, free software, database and contact lists, and some of the key personnel for the Fusion Centers in the United States. I & A Office coordinates between the Fusion Centers and works with the Emergency 911 Call Centers in the United States, to block and redirect the emergency calls of Targeted Individuals. Many Targeted Individuals have experienced what happens when making a 911 emergency call and no ambulance arrives, or police arrive and mock you.”
Lighthouse- “In my opinion, Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and President Trump do not know about the criminal conduct in the DHS Intelligence & Analysis Office…” He asks that Targeted Individuals write or call the DHS Secretary and FBI agents – and tell them what is happening. And to use irregular ways to contact them. Lighthouse believes that,“… the Office of the DNI and FBI’s Counterterrorism Unit are also directly involved…” in data that assists in the targeting of innocent U.S. citizens. Lighthouse asks everyone to write Senators and Congressmen. Call and talk to State legislators and to email City Council members and Medical Doctors.
Again in his introduction to ebook “The Governors of Gangstalking,” Lighthouse asserts: “In my opinion, Glawe and Murphy have committed acts of High Treason against United States citizens. Under the U.S. Constitution and Federal Law, a judge can deliver a death sentence to these government officials and each of the employees in the DHS Intelligence and Analysis Office. A lifetime sentence in prison, without parole, is also a possibility for them.”
R. Lighthouse writes: “The last know address for David J. Glawe is 2912 S Grant St, Arlington, VA 22202.” Lighthouse ads, to “Please print this document for distribution” as he notes it is being ‘tracked electronically.’ You can reach Richard at RLighthouse.com and TargetedJustice.com. He provides a link to his ebook at-https://www.rlighthouse.com/store/p165/The_Governors_of_Gangstalking.html.
Lighthouse asks people write letters to- “Department of Homeland Security at 245 Murray Lane SW, Washington, DC 20528-0075… The U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security at 340 Dirksen Senate Office Building.”
-Thank you Richard Lighthouse for your work in behalf of all targeted individuals everywhere.
“Office of Intelligence and Analysis”
The mission of the Office of Intelligence and Analysis (I&A) is to equip the Homeland Security Enterprise with the timely intelligence and information it needs to keep the Homeland safe, secure, and resilient. I&A is a member of the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) and is the only IC element statutorily charged with delivering intelligence to our state, local, tribal, territorial and private sector partners, and developing intelligence from those partners for the Department and the IC.
I&As customers and partners are DHS leadership; DHS components; state, local, tribal, territorial, and private sector partners; and the IC, all of whom require and generate homeland security intelligence and information. I&A is part of the larger Homeland Security Enterprise and supports the Departments’ goal: one DHS, one enterprise, a shared vision, with integrated results-based operations. More about the Office of Intelligence and Analysis Mission.” –At https://www.dhs.gov/office-intelligence-and-analysis and https://www.dhs.gov/online-forms-and-email
Hundreds of candy bar wrappers in trash bag picked up from inside Arkansas fenced property of friend from gangstalkers and invisibility suited cowards who replenish their energy while using directed microwave, radio wave and acoustic weapons on my friend: his home, pets, and visitors in a small town of 30,000 where the law enforcement presence is far out of proportion to the local population. Last night when same Arkansas friend called on phone to talk one of his ‘neighbors’ shot off a gun (with metal bullet.) The gun was illegally shot so close to friend’s property line it came across the phone loud.
Looking up Fusion Center information in the states I visit friends… in California – the San Diego Law Enforcement Coordination Center (SD-DECC) at 4181 Ruffin Road, San Diego, California 92123- firstname.lastname@example.org. Just 30 minutes from a friend is Arkansas State Fusion Center at 1 State Police Plaza Drive, Little Rock, Arkansas 72209- email@example.com. In Missouri one is minutes away from a friend: St. Louis Terrorism Early Warning Group is at 7900 Forsyth Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63105- firstname.lastname@example.org.
Logo for RISSNET Riss has 6 regional centers nationwide responding to “unique crime problems,” while strengthening U.S. information sharing. More than 9,000 local, state, federal and tribal law enforcement and public safety agencies are members of RISS.
Since September 11, 2001, law enforcement professionals share information on domestic terrorism as well as crime. MoDEx is a division of Department of Public Safety, which includes Fire Departments. The Missouri Data Exchange(MoDEx) is a statewide computer warehouse for Missouri law enforcement agencies -providing them with the ability to search, link, analyze, and share criminal justice information such as incident/case reports, incarceration data, computer aided dispatch, photos, citations, collisions, and pawn data on a statewide basis to a degree never before possible. MoDEx interfaces with the National Data Exchange (N-DEx), a secure nationwide data sharing initiative administered by the Federal Bureau of Investigation or FBI. Data is updated to MoDEx from local sources in near real time and is loaded to N-DEx appropriately- N-DEx is available 24/7. WHAT IF THERE ARE ERRORS IN THE DATA? The Central Repository only has data as good as what exists in local systems. Staff Theresa Huhn and Ann Harris can be reached at MoDEx Missouri Department of Public Safety; Office of Homeland Security
P.O. Box 749, Jefferson City, MO 65102
The Missouri Office of Homeland Security was established on September 26, 2001. Missouri was the first state in the nation to create an Office of Homeland Security in response to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. The Missouri Office of Homeland Security is not part of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and does not have jurisdiction in matters of immigration, naturalization, customs enforcement or the National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS).
Executive Order 05-20 was signed on July 21, 2005, moving the Missouri Office of Homeland Security to the Missouri Department of Public Safety. Placing the office here has allowed for better coordination between the Department of Public Safety agencies that do much of the daily work that makes up homeland security, such as the State Emergency Management Agency and the Missouri State Highway Patrol. The Homeland Security Advisory Council was designed to be comprised of the director of the Department of Public Safety and relevant Public Safety division directors and, equally as important, directors of other state departments. This ensures a statewide focus for homeland security and an effective means for coordination of resources.
The Missouri office of Homeland Security meeting schedules run until the end of the year, here are January meetings: Tuesday, January 8 10:00am. Region C Quarterly RHSOC Meeting, Wednesday, January 9 10:00am. Region G Quarterly RHSOC Meeting, Monday, January 14 10:00am. Region B Quarterly RHSOC Meeting, Tuesday, January 15 1:30pm. Region F – Quarterly RHSOC Meeting, Wednesday, January 16 9:00am. Region D Quarterly RHSOC Meeting, Thursday, January 17 10:30am. Region E Quarterly RHSOC Meeting, Tuesday, January 22 9:30am. Region A Rural Quarterly RHSOC Meeting, Thursday, January 24 1:00pm. Region I Quarterly RHSOC Meeting Friday, January 25, 8:30am. And Region A Urban RHSOC Meeting, Monday, January 28 1:00pm.
This “See and Say Indicator” from Homeland Security gives directions of WHEN to contact authorities. Most U.S. targeted individuals do initially contact authorities for assistance when they are ‘health attacked’ like their U.S. Cuban, Chinese and Russian Diplomats have been. But then why do law enforcement deny that most of what is listed above is happening to targeted individuals? In Minnesota, Michigan and Maine language in laws against DEWs call them ‘weapons of mass destruction,’ or WMDs. WMDS are used in domestic terrorism. WMDs are directed microwave, radio wave, acoustic wave and radar weapons being aimed 24/7 at U.S. citizens who are targeted individuals.
Why isn’t anyone in authority doing anything about DEWs which are weapons of mass destruction, except in three states in the United States of America?
-The National Fusion Center Association (NFCA) announced a 2018 Annual Training Event in Alexandria, Virginia. In an article “2018 Annual Training Event” from the home page of NFCA: “Over 700+ fusion center employees, federal and local partners came together… for the purpose of enhancing fusion center capabilities and the National Network’s contribution to public safety.” The agenda comprised among other thing presented briefings on topics about public safety challenges and domestic terrorism threat. NFCA- “Experts from around the country provided outstanding, in-depth instruction on a wide variety of topics to included cyber security, domestic terrorism, federal partner collaboration, private sector engagement and social media monitoring, just to mention a few… attendees networked with more than 40-private sector partners who shared the latest in technology designed to support the public safety effort and the fusion center mission.”
Thank you sweet God for everything exactly the way it is today. Thank you dear God for bringing the Network Collective into the light for justice and bringing the Network Collective down God to conquer them. Thank you dear God for protecting, loving and guiding family, friends, territories, tools, vehicles, our animals, plants and me. I love you God. I thank you God. So be it. It is so. Amen.