fbi's Cointelpro operative falsely labels combat war vet as a murderer
Saturday, Mar. 01, 2014 at 6:34 PM
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See my reports on fbi efforts to silence/discredit me through their Counter Intelligence Program.
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In startling developments the fbi sends an anonymous fbi operative online (Abu-Jamal, aka, paint me doubtful, aka James Duval) to fraudulently label this fbi whistle blower
and United States combat war vet as *"murderer" for his service in Viet Nam; and in a different post the fbi calls this vet a possible **mass murderer.
Additionally, the fbi in its desperation to silence this former fbi agent commits a crime in Dallas, Texas, plants the name G Sosbee at the scene of the crime and thereby causes federal and state agents to descend on Sosbee's home in a fraudulent fishing expedition; at the same time the fbi orchestrates the menacing presence of a police officer for obscure purposes:
*Monique Abu-Jamal 25.Feb.2014
**paint me doubtful 26.Feb.2013
Meanwhile, as an apparent response to this report, the fbi continues assaults on Geral Sosbee 24/7 via directed energy weaponry as set forth here (note that the fbi now resumes DEW-sleep deprivation attacks on Sosbee's wife):
Also, as I have previously reported the fbi continues to vandalize my car by driving nails into the tires, etc.
For all who use the internet to post messages, or who otherwise use emails, be aware that the fbi hacks into my emails and hacks my messages as I type them for posting on various news boards. The most recent example of such changing of my text is as follows: The fbi changed the phrase "fishing expedition" to read "fish hunting expedition" on my recent reports online. Then, the fbi routinely sends their operatives to claim that my spelling and text are of poor quality.