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Desc:Crazy schizophrenic guy gets banned from STARBUCKS, calls everyone else there 'mentally ill'.
Category:Crime, Educational
Tags:crazy, Starbucks, paranoid schizophrenia, Gang stalking, Gangstalking
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RocketBlender - 2013-05-15
I can't think of Anythibg to add to this. 5 stars.
SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-05-15
I'm sure he's calling them mentally ill as that's the WORST possible thing one could be labeled as, because, well, they're KA-RAZY! Unlike our videographer, here.

By the way, he keeps a VERY detailed log of his harassment:


I mean, holy shit. I'm very curious how someone this off his rocker can afford a halfway-decent car like the one he shows in his vids.

Unfortunately, he's probably never going to get help. He immediately assumes people are trying to annoy/stalk/kill (yes, kill) him at every turn, so even if his tires were slashed by someone who knows him and wants to piss him off (likely for being filmed), he jumps into full-on Fox Mulder mode when he talks to the cops.

This one bears watching. He's got loads of potential, especially with his rapid-fire delivery.
SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-05-15
Wow, it's a well--crafted bunker of a rabbit hole this guy has:


He acknowledges his family has a history of being paranoid.
He, himself, acknowledges he's paranoid.
BUT it's the fault of the global conspiracy arrayed against him that he's losing his mind, not a predilection to paranoid delusions, even though that explains just about every facet of his life and actions.

It's like having self-diagnosed a bacteriological infection that can be helped with simple antibiotics but concluding that it's really a witch somewhere that's cursed you into being sick.

The Mothership - 2013-05-15
yea, a 30 year conspiracy to kill him is a pretty well developed pathology. also someone submit the videos of him stalking coffeeshop employees. damn creepy.

chumbucket - 2013-05-15
Stars to SPK for the use of a "K" in KA-RAZY.

sasazuka - 2013-05-15
One thing I don't get about the 30 year conspiracy to kill him: did they even have Starbucks beyond the original in Seattle in the early 1980s? I don't remember hearing about Starbucks at all until the mid 1990s, though I don't live in the Pacific Northwest so it might have already been a regional franchise by the end of the 1980s.

ashtar. - 2013-05-15
Justin (no last name) deserves stars for his chipper attitude in the face of douchebaggery.

Sasazuka, how do you keep finding these people? Are you a gangstalker?
SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-05-15
This one's a pretty awesome gem, but finding the paranoid and insane on YouTube is kind of like finding pr0n anywhere else: It's getting to be that you have to wade through it to get to what you were actually hunting for.

sasazuka - 2013-05-15
I go to Youtube, I type in "Gang Stalking" and then search by date to see the most recent ones. This guy didn't show up before, because most of his videos refer to it as "community mobbing" rather than "gang stalking".

I'm trying to be a little more selective than I had been before. I can only post so many "StealthWaveF22Raptor is suspicious of random things" videos before it gets stale.

Gmork - 2013-05-15
5 because stealthwaveraptor22 keep sending me personal messages

sasazuka - 2013-05-16
Did StealthWaveF22Raptor inform you that "you are not smarter than a fifth grader" because you don't believe which ever video you were commenting on proves anything other than the existence of other drivers, commuter trains, crows, or whatever else he thinks is stalking him?

To be clear, though, this video ISN'T from StealthWaveF22Raptor, who never seems to get directly confrontational with people (or at least not on video). I was just using StealthWaveF22Raptor as an example of someone who posts purported gang stalking videos where nothing notable ever happens, since he alone is responsible for about 75% of "gang stalking" videos on Youtube.

SexualBasalt - 2013-05-15
WHy is his twitter 90% retweets of porn stars? This guy is the best one yet.
SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-05-15
From one of his "about" pages:

"On 3 occasions in 3 different states, different friends asked me to go to strip clubs with them, then started telling the world I was stalking strippers."

Go figure, hero of the people.

Also, from his Twitter feed is a series of links. He has one labeled "CNN Reports about my targeting": http://ireport.cnn.com/people/vertigo262?viewingAsOthers=true

I'm curious if he thinks that because he reposts his YouTube videos to CNN's iReport site, it counts as CNN "reporting" on it, or if he's trying to mislead anyone who might stumble upon his link page and hopes they're too ignorant to understand who's actually behind the vids being there.

sasazuka - 2013-05-15
Half this guy's videos seem to be him creepily filming employees and customers at this one particular Starbucks through a powerful zoom lens, though he's also a professional photographer and videographer, so you also get artistic time lapse videos of the places he thinks are involved in the conspiracy to kill him, and the best thing of all is that they're in 3D:


I didn't know Youtube gives 3D uploads all kinds of 3D options, including red/blue and green/magenta (so I can use the 3D glasses that came with the CORALINE DVD).
cognitivedissonance - 2013-05-15
So I manage a store with a gas station attached, right off I-5. I met my first gangstalked about a week ago. He insisted to be allowed into the beer cooler, because he couldn't trust the beer on the shelf to not be tainted.
Riskbreaker - 2013-05-15

sasazuka - 2013-05-15
The beer cooler, isn't that where most convenience stores keep the vials of the Illuminati-engineered Morgellon's virus before they inject it into the beer, soft drink, and water bottles as well as milk cartons and the coffee, soda, and slushie machines?

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-05-15
It'd be so fun to screw with their paranoia:

"Are we talking bio-agents or chemicals? Either way, cold is going to keep that stuff potent longer, isn't it? I mean, it's hard enough to keep nanotech and phage living in an alcoholic liquid. If you warm it up, it'll likely kill off the organisms they put in there, right?"

dairyqueenlatifah - 2013-05-15
"I'm walking around scaring off other patrons by telling them I like to jackoff in the bathroom...and you want me to LEAVE!?!?! YOU SIR WILL BE HEARING FROM MY LAWYER!"
Jet Bin Fever - 2013-05-15
Way to go Justin. Stick it to the bathroom masturbators!
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