Nothing is more American than the game of baseball. The Peanuts, Hot Dogs, Beer, Burgers, and Cracker Jacks are all part of the American summer scene.
Nothing is more Un-American than the surveillance abuse that constantly plagues each and every American ever since 9/11.
In fact, this 21st Century Zerzetsung has started way before 9/11 and has its roots in the MK Ultra and COINTELPRO programs that began around 1954.
Strike Out Targeting is the official awareness campaign created by the Surveillance Abuse Survivors Network (SASN) geared towards getting those who are Surveillance Abuse Survivors together in front of sporting events (along with other events where there are a lot of people) to expose the heinous crimes of organized stalking and weaponized directed energy attacks built upon the foundation of surveillance abuse.
Volunteers and organizers will be wearing t-shirts from the Strike Out Targeting store while passing out matching flyers, explaining in detail the depths of how bad this program is.
The flyers will have links on them that will lead directly to our resources page on this site, and our sister sites. In addition, we have links to other sites that are exposing this program.
We hold events throughout the year on Sundays - Thursdays at MLB and NFL stadiums, and NBA/NHL arenas.
In fact, last year, we had events throughout the playoffs of the 2018-2019 NFL season in Kansas City, including the AFC Championship game, and culminating with an appearance at the Super Bowl in Atlanta in February 2019.
We also held events in Atlanta, Philadelphia, St. Louis, Kansas City, and New York on August 29th, which to many surveillance abuse survivors would be known as TI-Day. We held our first basketball event (Slam Dunk Targeting), and west coast event on March 21, 2019.
We are looking for regional organizers in all MLB, NBA, and NFL sporting markets so we can quickly organize events throughout the United States until this heinous program is over with. Interested parties should call Brian Marks at (321) 722-7217, Gina Risner at (816) 213-1985, or Reginald Dawson at (904) 405-2490, or submit their information, here.