First, I would like to reprint this announcement that Derrick Robinson made regarding a court case that’s still ongoing as of this posting (August 18, 2014), which is what drew my attention to this in the first place. (I’ve highlighted certain parts for emphasis):
HISTORIC COURT RULING !!!
Kathleen Watterson's Day in Court!
July 10, 2014
GREAT NEWS !!!
Yesterday, July 9, 2014, was the first time (that we know of) that electronic harassment was successfully argued and proven in a court of law!!! Guys, this was a red-letter day and yet another major victory for the targeted individual community!
What happened was something totally miraculous! Kathleen and Levi McCann, the expert witness in her case, "happened" to meet recently at their nearby Walmart in southern California and the rest is history! Levi turned out to be amazingly-qualified with legal expertise and electronics; everything needed to win a case like ours in court!
Levi was able to show that standard satellite dishes within a 5-mile radius of Kathleen's home were all pointed toward the equator where most satellites orbit the earth - except the defendant's satellite dishes which were pointed at Kathleen's house! He also revealed that the other neighborhood satellite dishes were geared toward receiving signals for TV, the Internet, etc. - except the defendant's satellite dishes which, according to meter readings from an RF spectrum analyzer and a tri-field meter, were shown to be transmitting microwave signals at her house!
All the evidence presented, plus expert knowledge and responses from Levi blew away all meager protestations from the defense, so the judge believed his testimony. Folks, this case was expertly crafted and victory was assured and won! There remains one more court appearance in September.
So in summary, Kathleen received a conditional restraining order for electromagnetic frequency harassment with penalties of up to 2 years in prison and up to $5000 in fines for violation of the court order.
Once again, a local victory!
Guys, our own communities is where the battleground is and this was accomplished even without an attorney! Let us begin to prepare from this victory, start gathering our evidence, and start taking perps to court right where we live!
Levi McCann and Kathleen Watterson are our guest speakers for the Saturday Night Podcast.
Kathleen Watterson has posted the transcripts of her July 9th hearing, so I downloaded a copy and read through it. Having done that, I can say without any doubt that irrespective of the big hoopla Derrick Robinson or anyone else makes of this still ongoing case, NO court ruling has been made, NOTHING has been proved, there has been NO major victory, and Kathleen Watersson has NOT received a conditional restraining order against her defendant. Further, this case is NOT regarding a restraining order for “electromagnetic frequency harassment”, as Derrick Robinson phrases it.
Although some time earlier Watterson had apparently been able to get a temporary restraining order while her case is still pending, she has NOT won the permanent restraining order that she’s seeking.
Just like I’ve been saying, Derrick Robinson and those who work with him will exaggerate and lie and twist the facts in order to serve their own agenda. In this case, it’s to make it appear that these people are producing results.
But there’s more to reveal here. After reading the transcripts and researching Kathleen Watterson and Levi McCann a little further, the whole case looks extremely suspicious, and so do they. In fact, one could easily say that Watterson and her ‘expert witness’ Levi McCann, as well as certain others, may have actually been targeting the defendant and not the other way around. At the very least, their whole conduct sounds a lot like gang-stalking, and I will even prove here, using their own testimony, that they blatantly lied in court about the facts surrounding their case in order to make it appear legitimate.
But even without doing so, the court testimonies given by Watterson and McCann do nothing more than to allege that microwaves were coming from the defendant’s satellite dishes and were interfering with Watterson’s electronics and causing her certain symptoms. Their physical evidence was never even looked at, and this was partly due to some rather fishy actions taken by them that effectively kept the defendant’s lawyer from being able to properly prepare for the July 9th hearing.
Based on what I present below, I believe that Watterson and McCann are working in a similar capacity to Derrick Robinson and certain others, fooling the TI community into thinking that they’re actually doing something to help TIs when they’re really just leading them on, wasting their time, and even turning them into perpetrators.
As for Kathleen Watterson, when I first started looking at her case I had no intentions of making her look bad, but after reading the transcripts and looking at some of her posts on peacepink and seeing the website that she and McCann are running (knowing-is-half-the-battle.com), I don’t think she’s a real TI at all and she and McCann are pose a serious threat to others (TIs or not) with what they’re doing. After reading the transcripts but before seeing their website, I just thought she was just a foolish, misguided woman who had gotten herself caught up with certain unscrupulous people who were exploiting her, but apparently she’s been working with McCann for some time and they’re currently involved in some very fishy activities. The claims she makes within her testimony about being targeted are very questionable to say the least, and although it might be said that she’s been led along in her beliefs and perceptions, if this is true then it’s gotten to the point where she’s now perping what appears to be an innocent person. The transcripts show evidence of this, and my notes will clarify it. This is exactly what I’ve been saying about certain people in the TI community who draw in the most unsuspecting and easily fooled people and encourage them to perp others as part of a larger psyop. In this capacity, Watterson’s case serves to make it appear that TIs are getting somewhere by working with these people when in fact they’re not.
Anyway, at this point I feel confident enough to predict that this court case will come to nothing. The defense lawyer seemed quite comfortable resting his case on the simple fact that McCann isn’t qualified to diagnose Watterson’s alleged symptoms or their cause, and nor is she, and she provided nothing beyond her own word that she was having any symptoms at all. At best, the judge will probably tell the defendant to make sure his satellite dishes don’t point towards Watterson’s home. At worst, it will backfire and counter-charges will be filed against Watterson for stalking and harassment, using her own testimony against her. This will be a certainty if I’m able to contact the defense lawyer and point out certain things about the testimonies that he seems to have missed, which I feel is what needs to be done to stop the real perps in this case and hopefully bring them to justice.
Here are some notes I put together while reading the transcripts of Watterson’s hearing. Numbers 1 and 3 reveal definite manipulation and deception on the part of Watterson and McCann. Numbers 2, 4, 5, and 6 are less important, but since I already did the work I decided to include them anyway. Number 7 is important for the fact that it reveals certain criminal activities of Watterson and McCann and their deeper involvement in preying on the TI community.
Note: Because the transcripts don’t always show a page number and its pages are slightly mixed up, I’ll refer to the page numbers of the pdf file instead. This will allow all points that I make to be easily checked.
1) The Late Delivery
Prior to the hearing, Watterson delivered her summary testimony and list of witnesses to the defense lawyer at the last possible minute (at exactly 4:30 pm, the day before the hearing), which effectively kept him from being able to look at the material in time to properly prepare his case. (pgs. 8, 9) Her excuse was that she and McCann both had colds and were unable to do so. (pgs. 8, 11) The judge was about to postpone the hearing, but Watterson complained that this was the eighth time that her six other witnesses had traveled there from San Diego and couldn’t be expected to keep coming back, so the judge allowed the hearing to proceed. (pg. 5) It later turned out that these six witnesses weren’t even allowed to testify because what they had to say wasn’t relevant to the case, since they were apparently only there to state that they also suffered from electromagnetic harassment. (pg. 103)
Since this was a very minor case (i.e. seeking a restraining order), it was very likely that the judge didn’t want to tie up the courts by drawing it out any longer than necessary. Whatever the case, this delay in delivering the material appears to have been a purposeful manipulation of the courts on the part of Watterson and McCann in the hopes of defeating the defense’s chance of properly preparing for the case. I believe that they were counting on the judge wanting to wrap up the case on July 9th, and when he didn’t, the announcement I posted at the start of this article was released in order to get whatever value they could out of the case before it was thrown out.
2) McCann’s Qualifications
McCann claimed to have a bachelor’s degree in computer science and 20 years experience in the field of information technology, currently working in network engineering and computer programming, but apparently any documented proof that he might have provided was among the material that was delivered at the last possible minute, so it wasn’t possible for the defense to validate his background and experience prior to the hearing, which he had intended to do. (pg. 56, 58) When McCann was asked what he relied on in his work for determining the health hazards of microwave frequencies, he was unable to name a specific source, and could only state that there were over 8,300 articles published on microwave sickness that he was expected to refer to in his work. (pg. 90) That might include anything written by anybody, so it isn’t reliable. That he had no specific source to refer to is very unprofessional for a purported ‘expert’.
What McCann claimed about his expertise in radio technology was rather general and very limited, and what he stated is fairly common knowledge that can be easily learned or even deduced by almost anyone. That he was referred to as an ‘expert’ was therefore merely his own opinion and that of Watterson. As an example, I might call myself an expert on any number of subjects I have some knowledge about, and describe in general terms what a professional in any of those fields knows and does, but unless I were to be tested on the extent of my knowledge of a particular field, my actual expertise in that field would still be considered questionable. As I pointed out above, the defense was not able to properly prepare for questioning McCann as an expert witness, and this seems to have been a calculated maneuver. The fact is, people often lie, exaggerate, and even hire themselves out as ‘expert witnesses’ in order to purposely manipulate the courts for unscrupulous reasons. This happens very frequently in legal cases by shifty lawyers, and if McCann has experience testifying in such cases, as appears to be the case (pg. 91, as well as on his website), then he’s probably quite aware of how to do this, such as by delivering the summary testimony and list of witnesses to the defendant’s lawyer at the very last possible moment in order to keep the defense from being able to check into his background and/or properly analyze the physical evidence.
3) Wireless Capabilities in the Area
Although Watterson claimed to have a cell phone and computers in her home and used these to access her bank, etc. (pgs. 25, 51), and although she claimed that the defendant was interfering with her ability to use them, even saying that he was interfering with her cell phone calls (pg. 25), and even though she claimed that a group of dirt-bikers would use their cell phones to signal when she came out of her house (pg. 40), McCann claimed that he had determined that there were no wireless network or cell phone capabilities anywhere in the area (pg. 64) and the only microwave transmissions he could detect around her home were coming from the defendant’s satellite dishes (pg. 82). How can this be? How can Watterson and these dirt-bikers have cell phone access when there is allegedly no capability for it in the area? They can’t. She and McCann are blatantly lying. These facts alone destroy the entire credibility of their case, but the judge and defense lawyer apparently missed this little slip in their story.
4) Signals and Maps
McCann stated (pgs. 64, 65):
“I found that the highest amount of microwave radiation […] was in the northwestern portion of the front of her house. And as I was moving around her house, I found that the southwestern portion had the second most. And then as I moved down across her house and I got down to the southwestern (sic) portion of the house, that had the least amount of microwave radiation. And then I moved over to the northwestern side of the house, and that had the same exact levels of radiation in the microwave spectrum - when I refer to it, it's all in the microwave spectrum as it did in the southwestern portion of the house.”
McCann also stated that he determined that these signals weren’t coming from inside her residence, concluding that the source was somewhere outside. (pgs. 65, 67) Further on he stated that the defendant’s satellite dishes were pointed in a northeast direction and directly at her house. (pg. 71) However, nowhere in the transcripts does he actually say that he picked up any signals coming from the defendant’s satellite dishes, but only stated that they were coming from a generalized direction. (pg. 67)
The quoted description above is confusing since McCann apparently makes a mistake or two with his compass directions, and it’s hard to understand what he means without understanding the exact layout of her property and the location of the defendant’s residence in relation to it. Watterson stated that she lives at 1967 Sunset Mesa and that the defendant lives on Gibraltar (pg. 19), so I looked her address up on Google Map. Here’s a satellite image of her residence and surrounding area:
I also googled the defendant’s name in order to get his street address, which I found at this link:
The defendant’s address conforms to the residence shown in this next image, which was posted by Watterson on peacepink along with an announcement about her July 9th court hearing:
From these images, I was able to determine the exact locations and orientation of the two residences on the Google Map image, as well as the location of what appear to be the defendant’s satellite dishes on the north side of his property, next to his house. They both appear to be pointed due east. The orientation of Watterson’s house is such that the southernmost side faces almost directly towards the defendant’s residence, with the west side (front) just barely visible to him. This makes it almost impossible for him to see the “northwest portion” where McCann said the signal was strongest, and it certainly wouldn’t be the best spot to target, if he were actually doing so. On the other hand, the southwest portion where McCann said the signal was slightly weaker was closer, would be far easier to hit, and should have had the stronger signal. Whatever the case, something is certainly not right with his description and I can’t figure out any way that he might have mixed up the compass directions that might explain it any better.
Further to all this, I used a ruler to plot a straight line from the defendant’s residence to Watterson’s residence on the Google Map image. The line crossed directly through two other residences, one near the defendant on Phillipi Ave. and one further along on Mitch Rd. Since the land in the area is relatively flat, these two residences would have also received interference if they weren’t actually blocking the signal from Watterson’s house completely. If McCann was the expert that he claims to be and if he and Watterson had actually checked every satellite dish within a five-mile radius of her home as they claim to have done (pg. 71), they would have realized this. In fact, McCann claims to have gone out there three to six times a week for six weeks to take EMF readings (pgs. 76, 77), so in that time he should have noticed that these houses were directly in line-of-sight between Watterson’s and the defendant’s homes. Did he bother to check with the residents of these homes to see if they were experiencing any microwave interference or microwave sickness? No mention is made of them doing so. Why not?
Since I was able to easily make out the defendant’s satellite dishes in the Google Map image, I looked to see if I could spot any of the 40 other ten-foot satellite dishes that McCann claimed to have spotted in the area. (pg. 73) I couldn’t find any.
Also, Watterson claimed that a plant located on this line-of-sight between their homes had been burned by microwaves, although she apparently didn’t take any pictures of this as evidence. (pgs. 38, 50) Did they bother to check to see if any of the many other plants along the line-of-sight were also burned? Again, no mention was made of doing so. Why didn’t they, and why no pictures of the plant as evidence? Was it because this was a fabrication?
5) Fishy Photo
The photo above that was posted by Watterson on peacepink shows the defendant’s home. It reveals his ham radio antennas strung around the back of his property, but his ten-foot satellite dishes are not visible. Referring back to the Google Map image, it can be seen that they’re on the north side of his property near his house, which would be just out of view on the right side of the photo. For some reason, the photo was taken without bothering to include the satellite dishes. Could it be because the dishes weren’t pointing towards the northeast as claimed, but due east and in slightly different directions, as they appear to be in the Google Map image?
6) Missing Symptoms
Although they both should have, apparently neither Watterson nor McCann appear to have felt any microwave symptoms at the time that McCann claims to have measured spikes on his meters when interference was allegedly occurring with Watterson’s television (pgs. 75, 76).
Also, although Watterson claimed that she was being constantly watched by the defendant and that he always knew when she was outside (pgs. 35, 40, 49), apparently McCann was still able to record interference at the various times he was there. This raises the question as to why the defendant wouldn’t have seen him and stopped transmitting signals when McCann arrived and started taking EMF measurements outside.
7) Working Partners
In spite of what Derrick Robinson has stated in his announcement (above) of this “historic” case regarding Kathleen and Levi McCann only “recently meeting”, and promoting McCann as “amazingly qualified with legal expertise and electronics”, etc., etc., it looks like they’ve actually been working together for some time, and, based on their similar tactics of lying and exaggerating and preying on TIs, they’re undoubtedly in league with Derrick Robinson and his government front group to contain and control the TI community and keep it from achieving any real successes in ending their plight.
First of all, I discovered that Watterson has been working closely with McCann for over a year, as revealed in the following comment she left on peacepink:
Comment by Kathleen Watterson on July 14, 2013 at 7:38am
I don't care what kind of rf energy it is. I have expert testimony. YOU just want to pontificate without actually doing anything. This is the first time I have ever been this site when you weren't here. I have directional information in a myriad of ways but the PERP told me and many many others that's what he's doing. You know how I found him? Followed my body. You are part of the problem instead of part of the solution. What have you ever done to help get this stopped? Don't bother to answer. I'm just glad an honest fair judge has been found.
Interestingly, what she says here is a gross exaggeration of what was revealed in her recent court testimony. She (or rather, McCann) never used a “myriad of ways” to show that she was being targeted with microwaves (he merely claims to have taken some EMF readings in various locations around her house). She also never mentioned anything in her court testimony about the defendant telling her or anyone else that he was doing anything at all that could be called harassment. In fact, she had the opportunity to do this while telling the court about when she approached him, but she never bothered. (pgs. 33, 34) All she stated in her testimony was that she spoke to the defendant once and that he explained that he was a ham radio operator. So this statement that he told her and “many many others” that he was doing anything is a complete fabrication.
Further to this, I found out from their website that Watterson and McCann are hiring themselves out as ‘experts’ in detecting and protecting against microwave harassment. On their front page they claim that they can provide TIs with proper shielding against microwaves. Well gee, if they can do this, then why didn’t Watterson take these measures to protect herself from the microwaves she claims to have been targeted with? After all, she testified in court that this microwave harassment was going on continuously right up to her court date.
But there’s even more. McCann is offering free copies of Adobe CS 6 Master Suite and provide cracks for both it and WinZip right on their front page, which is completely illegal. He claims that because the software is licensed, it has no copyright, which is a lie. He also says that because he’s a beta tester for Microsoft and Adobe, he’s allowed to do this. This is also a lie. Being a beta tester doesn’t give you the right to distribute anything. This is so fucking fishy that I wouldn’t doubt that this software he’s distributing contains a Trojan horse that allows him to spy on anyone who downloads it. So be careful of that.
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The only foundation the perps have for their lies is the stupidity of those who believe them.