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IN THIS SECTION     Meaning of Christmas (2019/12/28-29)      2019/12/10-12     2019/12/05, added from 11/22      2019/12/04 added from 11/22     2010/11/22;see also added content on 12/4-5The challenge of being disabled, like working with one arm/hand; an ad for a zipper/jacket for no or lowered hand capability (2019/11/21);    2019/11/16;     2019/11/15;   Happy Veteran’s Day (2019/11/11);     2019/11/05;       The Braid/Twine - Strands of Connectivity for both good and ill mutual endeavors; brief reference to additions to NM Hebbe material (2019/11/03-04);     Steve Hebbe and related material (2019/11/01-02);     2019/10/20-21;     2019/10/11;     2019/10/09-11 some editing 10/11 2019/12/28-29              Happy Holiday Season For many in the United States, Christmas is about Christ, finding the Christ in Christmas.  For others of different faiths or approaches, it is a time of traditional celebration.  Despite the best of intentions by the nation at large, many people find themselves alone, working all day or at graveyard shifts.   Others are in the hospital, old people’s homes or facing a serious injury or illness.  It can be a time of joy, but it also can be one of depression and sorrow for some.  Feelings of suicide might intensify when the sense of loneliness or hopelessness gets to be too much.   There can be increased thefts as people who feel themselves left out of the Christmas bounty, or without money to buy gifts for others, take extra risks in stores and elsewhere.  The divide between the haves  and have nots might become more pronounced.  Increased police undercover operations involving prevention of store theft and road DUIs abound across town.  Many want to stay focused on the love and spiritual aspects, to put aside the depressing stories for awhile, to give the time sacred space. Since ancient times, there have been the poor and homeless, often living in crowded ghettos or begging on the streets. With each modern generation, new eyes and ears look in on the problems, make observations and suggestions for improvement.  They try to help by creating new laws, shelters or programs for the poor.  Yet the problem continues. River Gold has tried to take a look at these issues from various angles. By suggesting a variety of platforms from which to spring long-term changes in society, the idea is to set the pace for a more loving, nurturing and nurtured society. There are no easy answers, and it seems the more idealistic ones open the door for tyranny and even greater hardships, despite the best of original intentions.  Among the suggestions are those of reduced population numbers, so as to allow for more quality time spent on fewer people.  Less people also means less competition for jobs and resources, as well as less geographic sprawl and environmental destruction.  Although the USA has less population growth than many other countries, we still run into people with five to seven kids.  We find religious groups putting up flack over women’s right to birth control.    There are people who think women should let men and the churches handle their reproductive rights.  We need to move past this by encouraging everyone to be responsible in keeping child births down. The other suggestions cover treatment of humans during the child raising years.  Being mean to our kids will create mean adults with emotional problems.  Sexual abuse can lend itself to later sexual abuse of others and dysfunction. Both males and females can suffer from abuse from either males or females.  Males can find themselves objects of various forms of predation from both males and females, just like females.  River Gold, put together by a woman, suggests we often don’t give our males enough credit for the intensity of their experiences, feelings and needs, as women are often seen as the ones with emotionality.  Males often have a very active feeling nature. Beyond the application of physical meanness, cruelty can include the lack of extra care; unnecessary strictness and harshness can create people devoid of empathy and compassion for others.  Topics along these lines also include saying no to torture and animal or human sacrifices.  Torture can include direct physicality, but also deprivation, like isolation chambers. No matter which religion or belief system you adhere to, it seems the focus should be on combining realism with kindly and meaningful relationships for mutual support and trust.  You can feed and water the monkey in the cage, but if he does not have living touch, he will suffer emotionally.  Consider that love is eternal, true for all spiritual paths, based on will, intent and aligning with something higher than ourselves. 2019/12/10 Re:  Related to Notes #1 News History Highlights on 2018 Muslim Extremist Complex Policing Raid and Arrests   Amalia, New Mexico in Taos County.  150 miles north of Albuquerque and near the New Mexico/Colorado border.  Small old camper, partial tunnel, burial, guns, ammunition. There was deep poverty, food and water shortage, child deprivation, a kidnapped seizure-ridden child with a brain related disorder from Georgia buried on grounds killed by an apparent exorcism attempt involving ritualistic ways linked to a certain Jesus child prophet belief, and apparently gun training for school shooting.  One of the men is the son of an Islamic imam out of Brooklyn, NY suspected to be linked to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.  This seems to be an offshoot of the main group, but with some things like planned school bombings in common with the broader terrorist tendencies.  It is possible this offshoot might have offered, and could possibly continue to offer, revelations about the broader group in one way or another, including anything else found on the grounds or their effects.  Also who they might have been working with yet others in the area.  Reuters (Reuters should know better) (2018/08/14) New Mexico judge gets death threats after granting bail to Muslim compound members.  By Andrew Hay. www dot reuters dot com/article/us-new-mexico-crime-idUSKBN1L0014 Repeated excerpt: A New Mexico judge received death threats and Islamophobic abuse on Tuesday a day after she granted bail to five Muslims charged with child abuse and accused of training children at their compound to carry out attacks, court officials said www dot reuters dot com/article/us-new-mexico-crime-idUSKBN1L0014 New York Post (NY POST has controversial reviews, likely biased)  (2018/08/06) Sickos busted for abusing kids at compound linked to controversial imam.  By Nick Fugallo and Max Jaeger. https colon //nypost dot com/2018/08/06/sickos-busted-for-abusing-kids-at-compound-linked-to-controversial-imam/ Excerpt: The complex family is “…related to a controversial Muslim faith leader [Imam Siraj Wahhaj- who was found by prosecutors to be an un-indicted co-conspirator ] in Brooklyn who has been linked to the 1993 World Trade Center bombings.” [Al-Taqwa mosque in Brooklyn, New York and the leader of The Muslim Alliance in North America. He was also the former vice-president of the Islamic Society of North America.] https colon //nypost dot com/2018/08/06/sickos-busted-for-abusing-kids-at-compound-linked-to-controversial-imam/ TUW Media The United West (alternative news, likely biased) (2018/08/12) Linda Sarsour, Muslim Candidates Tied To Father Of Jihadi Who Trained Children To Become “School Shooters” In New Mexico https colon //www dot theunitedwest.org/2018/08/12/linda-sarsour-muslim-candidates-tied-to-father-of-jihadi-who- trained-children-to-become-school-shooters-in-new-mexico/ CNN (2018/08/16) New Mexico compound body identified https://www.cnn.com/2018/08/16/us/new-mexico-compound-body-identified/index.html Excerpt: Boy died as part of a religious ritual, prosecutor says New Mexico prosecutors said Abdul-Ghani -- who, according to his mother, suffered from seizures and needed constant medical attention -- had died in a religious ritual meant to cast out demonic spirits. His body was washed several times, wrapped in sheets and buried in the compound, prosecutor John Lovelace said in pretrial detention hearings this week. The family believed the boy would return as Jesus four months later and tell his family which of society's institutions were corrupt and needed to be done away with, a witness said. https://www.cnn.com/2018/08/16/us/new-mexico-compound-body-identified/index.html CBS (2018/08/08) Man arrested at New Mexico compound is son of imam with possible link to 1993 World Trade Center bombing https://www.cbsnews.com/news/siraj-wahhaj-arrested-amalia-new-mexico-father-imam-possible-link-1993-world- trade-center-bombing-court-documents/ Excerpt: The man arrested at a squalid New Mexico compound is the son of a controversial Brooklyn imam who was on a list of people who "may be alleged as co-conspirators" to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, according to court documents released by prosecutors Wednesday. Siraj Wahhaj, who shares a name with his son who was arrested Saturday, testified as a character witness for Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman, the notorious "blind sheikh" who was convicted in 1995 of plotting terror attacks in the U.S….The elder Wahhaj heads Masjid At-Taqwa mosque in Brooklyn, New York, which has attracted speakers over the years who have been described as radical. The elder Wahhaj was named in the investigation of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing but was never charged. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/siraj-wahhaj-arrested-amalia-new-mexico-father-imam-possible-link-1993-world- trade-center-bombing-court-documents/ Note from PF in reference to the News/History insert for this same day of 2019/12/10-11: On Reuters article by Andrew Hay: The term ‘islamophobic’ is a red flag this article is written by someone with a bias.  It is an emotionally evocative way to express someone’s approach and views that could be better described in a way that does not show sympathy for a group.  Islamophobia (aka izzo-phobe per PF) is a descriptive term best reserved for personal blogsites, not professional news groups like Reuters which are supposed to be objective.  The use of it usually signifies ignorance of how dangerous Islamic extremism is by trying to show compassion and fair play for moderate Muslims, when even would-be moderates can be influenced or controlled by groups like the Muslim Brotherhood..   It can also show complicity with the groups in question.  Much of what I am writing here originates from the hard work and dedication of other researchers and writers and can be found in the Muslim Mafia section on River Gold. Of course, NY Post’s usage of Sickos is also biased… But let us review context: Sicko is likely used to contrast with the typical hush-hush of political etiquette in which people are not supposed to say anything bad about Muslims for fear of sounding like Izzo-phobes…as part of stealth jihad.    It is, however, something designed to show lofty disdain in a way that might be self-congratulatory (in showing disgust we are not one of them and thus are one of the good guys) and drawing attention to the groups running the article (more than NY Post ran it), while also spurring reader emotions.  We need to understand Jewish and other groups can have such a said bias and approach. When we are dealing with cults or religious extremists, people cannot be nice by plastering artificial sugarcoated labels over a serious and complex problem.  The use of the term tells us more about the writer than the so-called izzo-phobes he is trying to describe.  It is a term which steers discourse and offers a hint of sympathies for perceived or real downtrodden people.  As such, it suggests such phobias need handlers or neutralizing intermediaries to curb emotions, thoughts and words.  Although the author seems to be bringing us the news about the Muslims in question, this one word in a sea of apparent facts is disturbing.  Dealing with Islamic and other anti-American groups includes engaging the Americans who help them.  This can include political allies in government.  It can also include hidden threats not reported in the news.  In the Reuters article, given the of the use of izzo-phobes, we can ask if we need to watch for antics Watch for Antics In this sense, did Islamic extremists intimidate the judge to release the culprits, rather than the other way around?  There is precedence for this.  Notice one of the culprits was the son of a likely terrorist in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. We need increased national security measures against anti-American groups, but the concept of No Honor, No Country still applies here.  Making death threats against judges is not honorable, moral or even practical, and if it came from military, religious or political groups or families it detracts from anything good they mighthave done or think about themselves. One cure for paranoia or reverse extremism is to break stride by reading articles with other views; for example, be able to show articles about how the enemy has been treated unfairly, victimized or killed, or done something honorable, or behaved outside of the preconception we might have had about them.   When we are able to see the views of the other side, short of accepting cult behavior, we lose the tendency to go wild ourselves - that is, to go extremist.  Rather than death threats against judges, we need to be high quality Americans in how we respond.  Things need to be smart, legal, efficient, data oriented and wise.  Wisdom often comes through reading, education, personal experience, group insights and teamwork in which we share the load and hear other views. Added 12/5/19: The reason this subject popped up is because of an ongoing psychic impression discussed off and on elsewhere.  It does not relate to people I have had conversations with in the past few days, in case anyone I know is wondering.  It relates to someone who thinks about me, gets in my airwaves (telepathic, sensory intuition), someone with unresolved issues, incomplete self-evaluation/self-processing, and someone with ongoing rage issues.  However, although this is personal, I feel it is a type with applications to other situations, ones that could elevate to becoming actual crime cases.  This individual might have murdered victims. Feelings of inadequacy go along with projecting reasons for rage onto others.  Also little or big things said to him, or heard in context with other people he feel are like him, might be part of the issue.  In general, whether in this particular situation or others, investigators need to gain a more in-depth and increasingly realistic understanding of the varieties of male anger toward women.  Even police profile books might not get to the bottom of it if written by (or mostly by) males.  To say that rape is violence and less a sexual issue does not go far enough in some of the descriptions of rape. Insertion 12/4/19: Some of the crimes involving rape first, then brutal killing, involve a motive, in my opinion, of judgment including non- forgiveness.  Where males are involved, it can include a lack of empathy for the female condition including impatience.  The judgment is in not allowing females to be fully human, to be imperfect.  There can be an imperiousness in wanting to control her life, sexualness, and death.  The imperiousness has a certain sting to it.  Behind the judgment and imperiousness is a sense of insecurity that in a space of free and fair play, the man would be inadequate, so he needs props that give him the edge with the death of the victim the final way to stay on top, so he always has the last say.  There was the ongoing feeling the women in his life before he became a killer were not sympathetic enough to his sexual needs, not taking him seriously enough to respond to his desires the way he wanted.  With builtup frustration, he set up a course of victimization of women, as in serial killings.  Something kicks in close to animal lust during the phase of target, stalk, kill and eat so that pleasure connects to both success in getting the target but also eating it.  Even if this killer is not eating his victims, there is that bio-chemical/energetic aspect to the pleasure mechanism.   What we have to do here is entrain our senses to pick up these tendencies for self-protection and to catch these criminals. 2019/11/22 The Craigslist publishers and owners need to be checked out.  Look into BBB rating in its home city.  Look into DEA and other impersonizations through ads.  They also have been known to do this in Facebook. Watch for non-white driven targeting of whites who speak out against drug usage using corrupt polilcing functions.  That is, cartels target along racial lines in general, but watch for this in Craigslist in particular.  Watch for watchers in Craigslist. Whereas drug usage is not a minority-only issue, some non-whites use “discrimination through racial targeting” to fight whites who speak out against drugs, like in their ads and other internet material.  So it can become a backlash in weird ways with a racial aspect, the idea is to stop free speech against drugs by saying it is a racial issue.  Rather than seeing it as a health risk, they choose to look at it as a racial targeting issue.  Not willing to admit drug usage is bad for self and others, they can go to lengths to suggest this or that.  Watcher on Craigslist likely involve drug users and minority driven types who want to control the flow of money they seeing in a variety of ways, because this is what the cartels are doing in general.  When corrupt policing groups are linked to this, households can be targeted over time.  It is likely fake respondents and fake people are sent in to that household. A counter-investigation from more legitimate policing groups would watch the fake respondents. As a separate note, Nicaragua came back on my radar last night - the old Contra and Iran thing, Reagan, hostages, drugs, and the idea the dividing line was something else or more between the opposing groups in that country, and that the problems are still very much with us. 2019/11/21 Agencies/Organizations (DEA, etc) section added, New Mexico started first, for Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico, includes police related organizations and agencies like DEA, Attorney Generals Office,  DPS, Tax and Rev, etc. Personal note:  It is suggested people not take New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas at superficial lengths.  Watch for illegal searches off the record in some way.  Look into his investigative strategies and approaches.  You are not likely to find easily found internet references to complaints against him, so digging into that might require more intensive legwork.   Look into his past and old home town area and historical ties.   As with anything in New Mexico, watch for evidence destruction.  Attorney Generals can stir up hornets nests and experience backlashes; this AG has been active. Likely a Latino bias. However, I support the objectives of many of his cases, particularly this: https://www.kunm.org/post/ag-church-and-state-must-come-clean-about-clergy-abuse I like the concerns he has raised: what was happenening not only inside the church but around it? 2019/11/16 In terms of the issues surrounding the Alaskan Army Guard and Alaskan APD, please consider a Russian, Polish or other  Eastern European connection, interference by Russian up north.  That Nordic type of conspiracy I spoke of on River Gold.  Might involve a certain Thor type mythology.  Secretly building a power structure, much of it of the seas. 2019/11/15 The main points from yesterday: 1. A strand of an old historic royalty/Spanish Catholic theme running through Hispanic New Mexican government operates like a shadow government.  The focus is on revenue by using surreptitious avenues of surveillance, data gathering and misguided authority.  The tendency is to treat New Mexican American citizens, particularly those born in the state,  like Old World Spanish subjects. 2. Durango, Colorado has both a suspicious police “cluster over trivia” element and a possible mafia associated with a large car dealership that has links to players in mechanics, towing and a storage/trailer company.  One theme is a new car dealer quietly competes with and interferes with the progress of repairs on older cars around the area to encourage people buying new cars.  It can include a variety of cut-throat operations.  Durango is not the only place this would happen.  In Durango,  certain players might belong to the same religion.      2019/11/11  Happy Veteran’s Day See Veterans Day History insert from NPR on #1 (News/History Highlights).  Notice a reference to red poppies linked to World War I.  An 18 year old veteran Sgt. Charles Kelly awarded with the Distinguished Service Cross (I get goosebumps everytime over this, from the time I first went to the article which includes him, each time I went back to it to review it, and right now at this moment while writing about him, and also perhaps about the extended subject around him, the era and veterans, and Veterans Day overall - but I think it is largely linked to something about him). Veterans originally took on Active Duty for a variety of reasons.   It is likely a good idea to consider both before and after  combat duty.  Take a look at your old photos before you joined, as you have likely already done off and on over the years, although for some of you it’s about an old box or trunk you haven’t looked at for awhile.  What were you like then?  What are you like today?  How did you change?  What are some good shifts?  What are some that could be worked on? On Veteran’s Day, we hear a lot of words we have heard time and again over the years.  For some the rituals work; a day of appreciation with a sense of historical etiquette is welcome.  For others, the gestures don’t quite hit home for the feelings involved in being a veteran.  Some would like a more nuanced and less orchestrated expression of the acknowledgement. The truth of the matter is, everyone who has faced combat zones without running tail down is some kind of hero. Faced with technology and things that are bigger than we are, there is no real way to chart the experience using words alone. Sonic sounding blasts, explosions near and far, a constant up-and-down, up-and-down, like a yo-yo, in some zones.  Some days quiet and boring, other times it’s one thing after another.  And people can go from one operation to the next, often to different countries, year after year. Many people come back with lost limbs, parts of their bodies, including faces, cosmetically and functionally damaged.  They can face years of emotional issues that can be hard to pinpoint.  Part of it could be related to brain damage from concussions; other issues can include some kind of chemical interference and poisoning. Even for those who have not faced direct combat, there can be and often are other issues related to the military experience to contend with.  Some of it can be related to medical benefits that were promised and not fully lived up to.  Others can be psychological issues related to something off in the training in preparation for combat.  It can be related to issues related to race and gender.  Whites can be dealing with harshness and backlash from non-whites and non-whites can be targeted by whites.  Women can get “it” from men, and men can receive bad attitudes from women superiors. There are a number of challenges that can be a part of being in the military. For combat veterans coming home, part of the issue can be being forgotten.  Maybe there was valor there, but back at home, different kinds of challenges can dilute or mutate one’s better side.  Veterans might have a let down.  There can be a complex set of factors behind why many are acting the way they are acting, and some of it might require that military personnel who truly know what kinds of “other” warfare might be likely step in and help with suggestions for therapy. We need to keep a portal open for keeping combat veterans at the top-of-mind awareness so that the better days of honor, self-sustainability and dignity do not fade in society, in one’s daily life.  The No Honor No Country section on this website has a few ideas on how to do that.  The idea is to keep veterans actively in the fold in such a way they retain their dignity and continue to make use of what they already know to be built on for the BLE, best life ever.  That is, Veteran’s Day should not end on November 11, but should go on all year, day after day, decade after decade. some added and edited on 2019/12/11:  Down to the Nitty Gritty - the disabled combat veteran. This is one issue of likely many. Concerns for an Army veteran acquaintance with a lost limb (a whole arm and hand) caused me to look up “how to zip with one hand” today, as one thing that came to my mind about how I myself would feel trying to deal with some of  life’s daily activities being disabled.  I saw in my mind’s eye even zipping up one’s own pants could be a challenge.  There can be many difficulties with any loss of limb or other parts of the human body.  Plucking out one issue that came to mind, the possible difficulty in pulling up a difficult or stuck zipper, or connecting its hook-up starter ends (like for a bigger jacket), with one usable arm and hand.  Although I personally have pulled up a zipper with one hand, it only works when the zipper is usually new and fluid - that nice solid feeling.  But if you think about it, sometimes you have to hold part of the zipper down and flat to keep the teeth lined up enough to roll the zipper up or down. Imagine if you have no second hand for leverage.  I wondered how better technology might help with this.  So I googled it.  Below I found this. Not an advertisement - for information purposes only for veterans and others with lost hands/arms: 2013 article - fast company dot com - Ingenious zipper lets you zip with one hand https://www.fastcompany.com/3019897/ingenious-zipper-lets-you-zip-with-one-hand Note: notice how much repeated effort, largely through trial and error, went into the study of this invention. In trying to find an example of something with the magzip zipper, I found this item on Amazon, but there are likely other products - not just on Amazon, or not just this one brand. Amazon - a light jacket with “magzip” zipper https://www.amazon.com/Under-Armour-Fleece-Graphite-X-Small/dp/B018TS6SEQ/re f=sr_1_15?dchild=1&hvadid=78615133127590&hvbmt=bp&hvdev=c&hvqmt=p&keywords=magzip&qid=1573496011&sr=8-15 2019/11/05 The Repeated Theme added to Backlog 2019/11/05 2019/11/03-04 (See also most recent notes-2019/11/01-02:  Steve Hebbe - Part of that section moved here to Personal Notes Reference:  Farmington Police Chief Steve Hebbe  and Blaylock Material (in Steve Hebbe section) The Braid or Twisted Twine in River Gold Strands of Interconnectivity for Both Bood or Ill From Wikipedia: A rope is a group of yarns, plies, fibers or strands that are twisted or braided together into a larger and stronger form. Ropes have tensile strength and so can be used for dragging and lifting. Rope is thicker and stronger than similarly constructed cord, string, and twine. You will find the subject of race comes up a good deal here.  It is a complex subject.  Consider a braided rope in which each strand is a different race, orientation, loyalty or financial source.  When it is a braid of races, you can see how different ones can work together as a unit much of the time or at least some of the time.  In addition, there can be mixed races in one person; for example, in the state of New Mexico, it is entirely possible to be dealing with a person who has a Caucasian, Mexican and Native American genetic heritage.  This person might lean toward one or two cultural tendencies, depending on how he was raised in the home, which language was spoken and whether certain religious groups had an influence. In one example, Hispanic, tribal and largely fair-skinned Caucasian (white-white) persons work together to get heroine into the United States for a mutual profit.  Along the way, there can be a particular racial theme adding influence and tendencies to the overall pattern, depending on who is most involved and/or in charge.  There can be muting of other racial tendencies as one group or another gains dominance.  For example,  in certain regions of the production/sale network, things might be more Hispanic; in other parts, it might be more tribal or Anglo.  In other areas, a corrupt “white guy thing” can see strange things like neo-Nazi racism, even if these groups are working with “down south” Mexican or Latino drug sales operations.  Another form of white influence might be certain American military leaders who used to be legitimate, but who have emotionally detached from loyalty to the United States to the point their coldness and aloofness becomes its own kind of banner.  Their reasons might be the idea that military people are used like cogs in a wheel or as fodder; that they don’t get paid enough for what they have to go through in war; they don’t like people telling them what to do and want to be in charge of the show themselves; they learned the trade of drug sales from earlier military operations and continued with that habit.   Another motive for some might be that they they tell themselves they are tired of the rest of the United States being what they refer to as mindless sheep - people they see as being asleep, dull, wasteful, non-disciplined and sloppy, crude and largely consumers and not producers.  Such white leaders might be giving non-white groups special privileges - like Hispanics - because they are disgusted with other whites; as such, certain Hispanics might say to themselves “Well, your bosses want us to take over in these places now because you were bad boys and girls.”  Can you see that whites can do other whites in, whether in the above scenario, or some other one? And along any part of the braided network, we can see certain strands of religious quirks and full blown extremism and which add to the complexity of the behaviors and crimes.  You will see on the sister website up in the title area in the upper left corner and on every page of River Gold a braided strand (under the title) looking like a golden river streak.  If you look closely, it is actually deliberately a braided rope posing as a river.  This same braided rope is kept here at Police Factor, but turned blue to reflect the police and military world being discussed.  This subtle braid also reflects on the unity of purpose in a positive way when various groups decide to put aside their differences and cooperate toward a common goal.  At a deeper level, it also reflects the way DNA strands bring together different elements into a three-dimensional twisting ladder-like whirl, a kind of braided rope in and of itself.  In doing anti-cartel investigations and those studying police and military related crimes, we remember that things can either be simple and direct (obvious as what you see is what you get), or multifaceted with a number of players - including people we might not normally think of as heroine, meth or cocaine dealers or users - we can go further.  One theme that keeps coming up is that certain white guy church members acting like or thought of as pillars of the community are supplementing their incomes with drug sales, or are keeping up that high energy fake smiley face by using uppers.  2019/11/01-02 Steve Hebbe - Part of that section moved here to Personal Notes Reference:  Farmington Police Chief Steve Hebbe  and Blaylock Material (in Steve Hebbe section) Understand that much of the Hebbe related material has been removed for revising and editing. In the meantime, consider these main points: While I was going over the Steve Hebbe (Chief in Farmington, NM) material, psychical material came up.  It was above my normal range, as if given a boost.  What came up was very disturbing.  It might or might not be related to Hebbe directly.  If it is connected, I would consider the following: cocaine or other drug usage: have all police chiefs and other police leaders in the state of New Mexico checked regularly for drugs.  Drug tests should be: intermittent; performed by different departments and people to avoid corruption in the ranks and in any given arena; spontaneous; of high quality.  I would also consider thief and drug networks involving police persons connected to certain members of the public, with Army National Guard and veteran groups, as well as tribal and Hispanic ones, on high radar.  Side Note As a side note, no matter whether we are dealing with this particular issue or not, always consider the possibility Civil Rights groups have decades-old tendencies for: making money with the help of cartels (drug networks, etc); anti-American agendas; faking evidence, making false statements in lawsuits, getting “players” to go along with these false statements and accusations, pulling strings, buying people off, bullying, killing witnesses, etc.  As part of this, go back over old Civil Rights related lawsuits in the state of New Mexico to try to identify those that might be linked to mafia types of groups.  Although police officers and leaders can and do make mistakes and can be abusive along racial lines, we need to consider a long-term tendency for mafia groups to pull a number of antics to create high ticket lawsuits to make money.  In addition, racially and/or religiously driven non-whites from other countries can be working with the same in this country to try to “make whites look bad” or specifically “white Christians.”  As such, this is another type of racket not receiving enough attention in the state of New Mexico because of the large number of non- white persons living in the state (Hispanics and tribes).  In addition, the racket could include a highly planned goal of tenderizing an area to make it more vulnerable for further intrusions, infiltrations and take-overs of players.  Tenderizing might have certain common start-up points, like blowing people up in public areas using some kind of vulnerable host or another. Using this incident as an excuse or otherwise opportunity to move other players in along racial, religious or sectarian lines, plan to look for a change in the area along certain lines after that.  This in turn can be thought of as area shape-shifting which can include removing whites (fair-skinned Caucasians) and “normal” people (stable family groups keeping the area clean of gangs, etc.) with cartel-driven and vulnerable types.  This can include anti-American agendas, like tribes and Hispanic groups wanting to get their lands back from history.  But it also can include non-American groups tweaking and manipulating natural citizens for their own anti-American agendas.  Tribal groups, for example, can be and often are targeted by cartels. Back to the Hebbe section The material came up while reading up on an older Alaska Army National Guard scandal and seeing that APD was connected.  For clarification, the Anchorage Police Department is referred to as APD as is the Albuquerque Police Department, so keep the two separate in your mind.  Obviously, when talking about Alaska, APD refers to the Anchorage Department.  See how both the Guard and APD were involved, both in the sense police people were current or former Guard members, but also because the department was involved in investigating the scandal.  So far, I have not seen anything directly relating Chief Steve Hebbe to the corruption in the Guard or APD. The main points that came up in the psychical material are at once vague and more specific than I usually get in some ways.  I am getting a little more detail in this than I normally receive.  But it is still not enough detail to point to a specific person, house, city or housing subdivision.  To possibly correlate, we would have to go at it differently, from the back end. The main points include a possible large nice custom home at a lake front or near it; with access to it from an opposite shore using a small boat, or otherwise with the boat used back and forth across the lake from or near the house.  If the boat is used to access the property over the lake, a person might be dropped off at that end.  The boat might be owned or rented.  There was a feeling of maybe a vehicle parked in a garage and driven at night with headlights seen in one brief vision.  There is a feeling a male has recently been in the house and was there secretly, with others generally thinking he is in another area of the country.  There is the feeling he has not been in it regularly for awhile, and that it might have been his first main residence but that now it is a vacation or retirement home, something to be used upon retirement.  There is the feeling he has been away for awhile but staying in it recently without many people knowing he is there, so furniture might be covered or dusty, there might not be too much food in the house and so on, things like that, a generally kind of cold and unoccupied feeling to the house, like it had been sitting awhile.  There is a feeling he had a meeting with a woman there, maybe connected to real estate, aviation or media or a combination of these in some way.  There also was a feeling of aviation in the air, like someone or something in this is connected to aviation.  Several possibilities came up: commercial companies like Alaska Air; private pilot license and small private plane usage; and someone who works as a pilot or hostess, etc. in a commercial company.  There was also the feeling a small plane or helicopter might have brought the man to this area, or that he himself is a licensed pilot.  The housing area feels relatively unpopulated and woodsy near a lake; although it is conceivable that there are houses on either side of this one in the vision, either small or large, the house’s large custom feeling lends itself to the feeling of the area, as if there might others like this in the area but with the homes fairly far apart.  I first suggested a resort but later felt maybe it’s an area with similarly styled houses scattered around the lake.  I am not getting imagery on anything around the house and don’t see the house that well; it’s more of a vibe or feeling about it and its setting. There is the feeling that the woman might have tried to have a money deal with the man in the house; that he became angry and might have killed her; the feeling is it might have been hands on and aggressive like a strangling.  A feeling that either the boat or the vehicle might have something to do with where she might have been taken afterward.  My first assumption was she was dead already and that the emergency was over in that regard; I could be wrong about that. I don’t have a lot more to say on this about the man; he might hunt and fish in the lake and region.  He might have a tribal connection in some way; he might be one to hide or destroy evidence upon provocation.  The man himself might be in danger from yet another element in his connections.  I have the feeling if he dies, we might lose useful information that could otherwise come from him, in addition what he might have done with any evidence he had tried to fully destroy (this would even include burials or ashes from a burning or shredded papers, etc, etc). Beyond this, going back to the Alaska Army National Guard material, I want people to hone in on the Blaylock whistleblowing material right off the bat and get familiar with that.  No matter which whistleblower, people always need to check out the whistleblower, Blaylock of course no exception to that.  But in the process, study his material carefully.  Also go over the various insertions I have already placed in Steve Hebbe’s section on this website in the New Mexico Police Information and Abuses Section.  Much of that does not seem to relate to him directly but will be kept there as a precaution.  As mentioned elsewhere,  Hebbe was one who was in both APD and the Guard; this should put any investigator worth his salt on alert.   Pay attention to Blaylock’s list of actual or possible victims, including Michelle.  Notice how a family member says he does not trust anyone connected to her situation.  Pay attention to the fact Blaylock himself died a few years later; this information is also in the Hebbe material.  I have had psychic feelings he might have been exposed to something detrimental on one of the base divisions, most likely seeming the aviation one.  It could be chemical, biochemical or such.  The other feeling beyond that he might have been sick from that is the possibility of foul play.  Whatever the case may be, I feel we should be on alert about the full range of possibilities regarding the reasons for his demise.  Please recognize his whistleblowing seems to be coming from a higher level of intelligence and perception; it is of a better quality in span and depth.  Realize he might have been trying to deal with this mostly alone.  I believe he had been a Navy Seabee which might have lent to his capabilities in this matter.  He was probably trying to protect himself while also helping others; it looks like his source of income was being challenged in the sense he wanted to move from R and R because of corruption there and might have experienced retaliation for that.  Rape victims appear to have been coming to him for help. My feeling in going over this material - disturbing vibes - is that full caution must be used as the people involved are jumpy and potentially dangerous.  In addition, I feel they would destroy or hide evidence. I have asked people to jump in and study this.  One thing to watch for are plane ticket receipts back and forth to Alaska; possible signs of a real estate transaction trying to sell the property quietly; people in media in that area who also double in other occupations; aviation related people who also double in other occupations, and such. Keep in mind the Guard problems included rapes and possible homicides; drug sales involving Puerto Rico and colombia; a group called La Familia; a fake military division (see Blaylock); a compromised military division, and much more. 2019/10/20-21-22 Chris Oskins, previously an officer in Questa, New Mexico: an older video clip and some links have been added to his NM Police Issues/Information insert. I have suggested the material as a composite is a teaching tool for both police persons and the public alike.  My thinking on this is that the frog pantomime video and a related link to a real or faked “good cop” news clip showing the actual incident bring us right into the middle of both sides of the policing/public situation.  The frog pantomime, although sexually graphic and emotionally charged, gives a pretty good view of the worst case situation involving a member of the public dealing with a bad cop.  On the other hand, the linked good cop clip also provides a nice view of the way things are done when they are done right against great odds when a member of the public is difficult, guilty and/or dangerous.  We can sense how an innocent pat down could be misconstrued in the hands of liars, and how one single patrol officer can be out-numbered.  We can also see how he could be vulnerable to a sneak attack, as in the case of the shovel being pulled out.  This video is a further reminder to police officers the various vulnerable points of being alone when pulling potentially difficult members of the public over while alone with them out somewhere away from backup support. The frog pantomime displays psychological nuances that might not be there otherwise, even in a “real world” clip.  We feel things, we sense things, that suggest that the situation might have indeed been a bad cop scenario involving rape and beatings.  On the other hand, the good cop  news clip shows us clearly how certain racial groups can be difficult in their own way with a white cop or a mixed race cop who seems largely white, or of the more western US institution.  In the case in particular, the two Hispanics are obnoxious, difficult, back talking, and ultimately dangerous for pulling out a shovel at the back of their Ford truck.  White police officers (or racial mixes thereof), often in Hispanic dominated (or Hispanic and tribal) police departments and communities, can find themselves “Odd Man Out” in such a way they are dealing with difficult people who don’t see them as “one of us.”  They can deal with a variety of covert and overt activities against them.  In addition, any officer of any racial background can be considered a member of the United States institution, and thus a threat to non-white groups who have intense feelings against the United States.  You can be dealing with non-white thugs who are difficult in the first place as criminals, but can be additionally difficult because added to that are hostile feelings toward the United States and anyone associated with that institution.  So you can have both forms of antagonism directed at you as a police officer in the state of New Mexico, making one’s job potentially very stressful and hard to maintain one’s calm, sense of dignity and personal self worth. My feeling for the possible victims is that one of them is behind the frog pantomime video and might have at least back in 2000 suffered from psychological anxiety, perhaps PTSD or something similar, because the emotion I feel in his voice suggests to me that something happened that impacted him personally very badly.  If this speaker is one of the victims, perhaps if he did not receive therapy it could have long-term ramifications.  There can be frustration when someone has been victimized and their story is not fully heard or responded to effectively in both the public and authority forum.  When justice is not fully served for one’s victimization, it can keep things from finding closure in one’s spirit. On the other hand, if something additional happened that is outside our view given the limited range of evidence provided so far, we need to investigate these possibilities, even if we are not fully sure at this point of all that is possible. Either of these situations - bad cop/victimized public or good cop/dangerous public can happen in the real world of policing. In addition, the composite of material - not complete on Oskins or the situation by any stretch of the imagination - already offer a glimpse into the possible complexities of what might be a long-term issue going back in time but also following the person to the Phoenix area where he at least most recently resided. If, as is suggested by the frog pantomime video, Oskins raped and beat, why wasn’t he more formally brought to justice?  Did he receive a swat on the hand before being sent on his way, which in this case allowed him to become an officer in the Phoenix area, open a consulting business, and possibly be found in other capacities related to police work? If the material is wrong, what can we do to help clear this officer’s name? Old news clips, some which might be more legitimate than the link provided with the frog pantomime resubmitted in 2011 and used here, need to be run down.  Old news articles in Taos, Santa Fe and beyond need to be recovered.  Court cases, if any, need to be found.  Because I picked up something in all this which might indicate a Hispanic Catholic priest sexual abuse link, including images and feelings around a shovel and an eerie burial, I would look into whether Oskins or anyone connected to the case, including the two suspects/possible victims, might be connected to that, especially since the two Hispanics had a shovel.  However, it might be unrelated to this case and more about Questa area Hispanic priest sexual abuse material in general.  I would just check it out about Oskins to be safe, given the vibes. Summary: In terms of countering crime in New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado, we need further tri-state cooperation with the outer regions of Texas and California, two larger states which bring in their own forms of crime and which have unique peculiarities requiring specialists in each of those states. We need to see increased expertise (specializations) in these two areas:  gambling and horse racing The corruption involving organized crime in these two arenas can seem daunting to the average policing official, but many police persons do realize much of the crime in the state can be linked to these arenas.  Closely tied to these worlds are drug usage and dealing among the rich networked family members involved with them.  As mentioned previously, although New Mexico is largely inhabited and controlled by Hispanic and tribal groups, we must not forget the Italian portion of the corrupt mafia systems.  Italian and related types of mafias usually get attention in other areas of the country and the world, but it needs attention in at least New Mexico and Arizona, as well.  This is truly a hidden shadow group defying detection and adequate policing responses. With all of the material and experts on organized crime, we are still finding ourselves feeling like we are scooping water in a sinking boat.  Something radically different needs to occur in our approaches to these matters.  We need to continue with what we are doing right and what works, but we need to tweak this to a higher level of effectiveness and efficiency, while still retaining our sense of honor and dignity as Americans.  A high quality policing system is not a vigilante system filled with abuses and corruption, but articulates well with the judicial, prison and reform systems in such a way we see break- throughs in our response to organized crime.  Sometimes it can feel like pushing a boulder uphill as well as dealing with a leaky boat.  With the right attitude and resources we can not only “put a bite out of crime” - we can actually largely stop it in our respective areas. Like so much else in life, it is largely the attitude and morale which defines our ability to do something.  We must not assume just because something has been difficult for years, it never can be handled and fixed right today.  With new energy, insights and approaches, anything is possible.  Many people feel daunted by the large economic power of the cartels.  With so much money at their disposal, police systems can feel beaten before they begin.  With so many antics playing out in the Southwest, linked to those played out nationally and globally by Islamic extremists, Russians, Chinese and other groups vying for dominance and attention, we can feel overwhelmed. Dealing with these issues requires high energy and dedication.  It also requires working in teams, as many task forces realize all too well.  Overcoming prison gangs in New Mexico (after decades of misery from the effects of their severe criminal impacts) has relied on such task forces to get the job done.  Morale and high energy are needed, as well as a commitment to cultural transformation breaking up the tendency to “think like gangmembers.”  That is, when people see themselves as marginalized and filled with anti-American hatred, countering such widespread cultural problems will require a new ways of looking at crime.  If in New Mexico some of our police people themselves are anti-American, we cannot get a whole lot done regarding border issues and countering “the brothers.”  If people in the police force want an Old historic Mexico border line back, we can have two entirely different groups fighting each other in the police force in the state.  This of course only adds to the havoc.  In these matters, it is important to know who you are where you stand.  Police Factor has made it clear where it stands. Mexico and Mexican culture are not the answer to eliminate cartels, drugs, civil rights/human rights abuses, domestic violence against women, and much more.  Where the Hispanics dominate there is always corruption and a downward state.  The culture is not imparting itself to the dignity of mankind over the long run. Although the emotionalism seen during state over-turns talks a good game each time, in the long run the revolutionary charge dissipates into chaos and severe corruption.  That is, after each and every rebellion, the states return to barbarism and corruption.  It is time to make major changes in what it means to be Hispanic.  And so that is why the Hispanic victims always come north to the USA - to get out of the mess each and every one of their revolutions have left behind. Trump comes to New Mexico and speaks; he sounds bigoted and course, overly simplistic and uneducated, in telling the Hispanics what they are doing wrong.   We immediately stop listening as soon as he opens his mouth.  I stopped listening a long time ago, before he was elected, and as mentioned before, I did not vote for him, feeling he was a course cud. However, despite everything, going back over Trump’s material and really listening, some of it actually makes sense and correlates with our concerns about culture-related corruption.  Whereas we don’t want to support the abuses of a Trump Tower world, which is just as bad in its own way and likely linked to Russian mafias and twisted Old World white royalty lineages, some of what Trump says applies to our policing concerns.  It has to do with how certain cultures act as feeding grounds for cartels and other forms of tyranny. Despite all the bashing of the American system, it has been the best in the world for keeping better order and legally based fair people for all its citizens.  Many of the people who want to tear it down are very jealous of that better image and way and are doing everything in their power to smear it. Whereas many whites are corrupt, too, and there never has been any denial of this on Police Factor, we have to get real about the fact certain cultures plainly encourage a seeding ground for tyranny.  Largely we deal with denial of these facts in our efforts to try to get people to be honest with themselves in these matters.  Denial that their culture has a problem and that it is not just about discrimination or culture shock to say that. The Trump supporters are going to have to find new ground, new footing.  By taking the best of their core concerns, they will need to start working with strong liberal women, gays and non-religious fundamentalists to save America from the cartels and the tyrants.  Retaining religious views and ways, they can still work with the rest of us.  2019/10/11 Keep on radar: Somali in Minnesota.  Somali in banks centered in Minnesota especially the two key cities.  Somali with ties to anti-American agendas, Islamic extremism, immigrants acting like colonists in the USA, not like real American citizens supporting the country.  A number of “far right” groups have this Somali issue on their radar, as well, and one of them is who brought this to my attention.    I suspect having a large group of Somali in the country centered in Minnesota’s two major cities is a major security threat and any banks or corporations centered in that area of the country should be on our radar as possibly compromised. Another area of the country I am directly familiar with has seen a major demographics shift in a short period of time, as well, but for other reasons. The Somali largely came over in the 1990s as immigrants during hard times in their own country.  This means that some members of the group might have been with us for almost 30 years.  They have had a link to Wells Fargo.  My warning bells went off over such things again recently because of a bank I am dealing with whose central offices are in Minnesota.  The major twin cities of Minnesota should be considered likely compromised and any activity coming out of that region possibly tainted, as well - it is best to be on alert about such things.  Compromised banking and credit card settings should be top-of-mind awareness for all Americans today.  Compromised in terms of who is manning the operations and handling the day-to-day paper flow. However, what we have to be aware of us is they bring more over and they tend to not integrate with the USA but to become populations unto themselves.  Many are Islamic, some of whom are Sharia based Islamic extremists, and yet again some of whom are actual terrorists.  They can be a threat when entering financial institutions or other security sensitive areas.  The other thing I want to add is that I have had some success as a white person dealing with blacks and Hispanics over the phone.  In an interesting reversal of an earlier concern voiced about either or both category, I must add there are times some members of these races come in like “one of us.”  When you hear and feel that over the phone and in person, it’s “Bingo.”  Bingo means that the idea of “universality of sincerity” and “we are all on the same page” has kicked in.  This means we have transcended our racial differences and are engaging as mutual human beings.  For example, one way this could happen in another example would be the following:  a Hispanic woman from Mexico has been in the United States for thirty years, naturalized as a full citizen.  She deals with other women as equals, no matter their race, in empathy for what men do to women.  She was brutally raped repeatedly by several men in her life in and out of the household over a course of several years in her twenties and thirties in Mexico before immigrating to the USA.  She goes around with a sense of “us together” when talking to other women, including white women.  You can literally feel it when you are in the room with her talking together. In addition, you will feel this same sort of bond between a black woman and a white woman where there is a sense of empathy.  Issues of race alone are transcended.  It’s the human condition that is felt by both parties. This is not to say similar cross-racial empathies cannot occur between man and woman.  The can and do occur.  But I have often felt this from certain non-white women when they handle my concerns, so we need to give credit where it is due.  not all racial issues are of conflict and competition.  Sometimes another race steps in for a white and just knocks your socks off on how helpful and honest they are in your regard. Whites who are worried about this sort of thing need to bridge their differences over religion and politics and start finding new footing.  Extremist, paranoid and strange sounding websites are not the solution, nor is going around shooting people in public areas.  Violence and paranoia don’t last for the long haul.  More stable responses and counter-measures are needed at this time.  Old school FBI agents concerned about national security are needed at this time. 2019/10/09-11 some editing 10/11 Added 10/10: Private/Public Space for Crimes and Entrapment -  an extension of a similar subject in the Watch for Antics section: When we are around a certain character type with this kind of sexual abuse past, there might be the tendency to try to bring the person to a private area and also a tendency to entrap.  It has a certain vibe to it.  The private area might be still fairly public but a place of habituated abuse, because part of this issue leans on habit.  There is the feeling in the would-be perpetrator to take the expected victim to the side, to the back, to a hidden or small room….it is part of an almost ritualistic habit.  The peculiarity includes a sense of “jumping” associated with entrapment, and the entrapment includes a ritualistic/habitual tendency to get the intended victim to a real physical “other” space but also into a psychologically understood space not so far from the original encounter.  This psychological space could be a lair provided by other attackers, a center space designed to attack a victim in a “surround sound” style of victimization.  In this case, the human attackers create a central area which might somewhat mirror an actual physically hidden and removed space in the above example.  The lair becomes a replacement for the hidden space.  The center of the lair and the hidden room have similar ramifications.  Gain the sense or feeling of these matters intuitively.  Understand the issues of ritualism and habit here.  Get a feeling for the rhythm, the underlying psychological tendencies. Earlier material from 10/9; there has been a little editing here on 10/10:Changes to notes: down to two sections now. #2 will be the spot for a few personal notes here and there.    Backlogs will go on River Gold later.  This eliminates #3, 4, 4a, etc. which was cluttering things up and distracting from focus and purpose.  So Notes 1 is news/history and contextual materials like letters from others of political or policing interest, and Notes 2 is about personal notes here and there, intermittent and brief.  Some old material is on this page, but starting today, 2019/10/09 things started going into focus on this. Concerns about chiefs and sheriffs in New Mexico:Use the New Mexico Quick list table to look over and find the chiefs and sheriffs who have been arrested and such in New Mexico.  Several indications of severe problems among too many of our policing leaders - chiefs and sheriffs.  Investigating these issues, we must go about our research with at least two frames of mind.   First, we must consider issues of national, state and local security.  There is the possibility that we are dealing with cartels messing with our police leaders and the media giving us the news about them - that we are in some kind of skewed zone of influence interfering with fact finding and reporting.  We can ask if they were or are being targeted by cartels and/or international anti-American groups bent on taking out the USA.  We can ask if white sheriffs are being targeted in certain ways in Hispanic/tribal/non-white dominated New Mexico.  On the other hand, we can ask if anyone basically honest and real in police management, no matter their race or cultural background, is at higher risk for such targeting.    Second, we must consider that we are dealing with widespread corruption among our police leaders - corruption that is systemic or personal.  Some of the news stories on these leaders fall from grace are truly dismal and far too constant to ignore.