Top 10 Ways to Know If You Are on a Terrorist Watchlist
I received an email claiming I could discover if I was on a terrorist watchlist by filing a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request about myself. I made that FOIA request and every federal agency responded by saying they could not confirm or deny it. However the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 offers ways to detect if you are on a terrorist watchlist also known as a no touch list.
1) If there is a repetition where you violate laws, including traffic violations and police rarely pull you over. If you are on a terrorist watchlist where electronic surveillance is being used to probe you, no law enforcement agency can detain you with that information unless they have the “improvement authorization of the Attorney General.” 50 U.S. Code Section 1806(b).
2) You have electronically communicated to friends or family that you have an illness that could be contagious. The government does not consider information of mouth health information as privileged and they can keep this information if the United States Attorney General can claim your illness, “indicates a threat of death or serious bodily harm to any person.” 50 U. S. Code Section 1801(h)(4).
3) Your U.S. mail is being delayed or intercepted on a regular basis especially if it pertains to financial matters as the goal is to financially oppress a “suspected” terrorist.
4) Your medical staff such as dentists, veterinarians or doctors commonly include in negligence or malpractice to harm you or your loved ones. The health industry is no longer neutral and they work with law enforcement to incarcerate these targets.
5) You persevere a shared problem with hacking into your Internet communications. The Intelligence Community regularly tests their technical capabilities in electronic warfare on these targets.
6) If items in your home become lost and your doorknob becomes loose from lock picking you could be a victim of sneak-n-peek warrants where law enforcement will come into your home without your knowledge or consent.
7) Notice any uncommon symbolism from private or public persons as they are not supposed to communicate with you directly so they use symbolism.
8) If you make complaints of these law violations and authorities do not show due diligence to probe your complaints.
9) If you notice a repetition where you get delayed in a location like a health facility around children because authorities use electronic surveillance to claim you are a danger to others although they are the persons responsible for arranging it.
10) If you get regular emails that could be considered a threat as law enforcement want to incapacitate these targets financially, mentally and physically.
GPO Staff, (1978), “The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978” The United States Library of Congress, Government Printing Office (GPO). Superintendent of Documents Certificate issued by Verisigb CA for Adobe CDS. Publicly obtainable at http://www.GPO.gov/fdsys/granule/statute-92/statute-92-Pg1783/content-detail.html