Amy Anderson a longtime Richmond, California resident and Targeted Individual has worked tirelessly for years with her City Officials to increase
awareness and to gain support for the T.I. Community. She has successfully been able to get the Vice Mayor to agree not to allow the installation of additional cell phone towers in the City since they have been known to be used as directed energy weapons.
The latest victory came on June 20, 2014 when Amy brought along several targeted individuals both in person and over the phone to explain the program and to share their stories with the Vice Mayor and the Police Captain.
The meeting began with the Vice Mayor recapping the previous meeting which included Amy Anderson, and leaders from other Human Rights Organizations. Amy gave an overview of electronic harassment, Renata Murry, Israel, Gloria Welburn and Robert Brown spoke about Organized Stalking. Miriam Snyder and Dorothy Mackey gave an overview of the Program and Joseph Whip explained how his Security Company will assist victims who report the crime to the Police.
The two hour meeting ended with the Captain thanking the T.I.’s for their information and explaining that helping the T.I Community would be a new experience for the police department since they are accustomed to dealing with evidence and witnesses. In the case of Targeting, there is usually very little of either, nevertheless the Captain committed the Richmond Police Department to helping Targeted victims in any way they can, and stated that Targets reporting the crime in the City of Richmond will no longer be deemed mentally ill and placed in mental institutions. Going forward when a Target reports a crime perpetrated against them, the Richmond Police will provide a safe environment for the victim, file a police report and give a copy of the report to the victim for their records. The victim will also be referred to the newly formed T.I. Task Force made up of several of the victims present at the meeting.
This is a major breakthrough that has never been done in the T.I. Community; through Amy’s persistence, dedication and commitment to the T.I. Community she has been able to get results that major T.I. Organizations have not been able to accomplish.
This latest breakthrough should restore hope for all Targeted Individuals and should help us to realize that not everyone is involved in the targeting campaign. There is help out there but we must be willing to lose the fear and work hard to get it. This should also be a call to action for all T.I.’s to get active in their Cities so we can take our Cities back one City at a time!
A special thank you to Amy, the Vice Mayor, the Police Captain and the T.I. Community!
Update: The Captain has delivered on his promise to help the T.I. Community and has referred the first Electronic Harassment/Organized stalking victim to the T.I. Task Force….This is major!