Florida State University Police Shot Attorney Myron May, Struck Nine Times in Hail of Gunfire

Posted: January 17, 2015 in Culture

Three videos produced by May totaling over 100 minutes were also released by Tallahassee police, who worked closely with federal authorities in the case. In the videotaped statements May calmly explains his plight to the camera. “See, I am a victim of covert harassment, electronic harassment, and gang stalking. I am what’s called a targeted individual … You can find out more about what a targeted individual is simply by Googling or YouTubing the words ‘targeted individual’ or ‘gang stalking’ and you’ll see the videos and postings and articles and stuff like that, about what a targeted individual is.”

May goes on to describe in detail the various forms of aggravation and electronic harassment he had endured over the course of several months, encouraging viewers to read Harvard-educated applied science researcher Robert Duncan’s 2010 book, Soul Catcher: Secrets of Cyber and Cybernetic Warfare Revealed. In this book Duncan explains the similarities between hacking into computers and individual human minds individual minds.

After explaining the technologies and techniques of electronic harassment and gang stalking, May steadily addresses and gives parting words to specific family members and friends.

May received his undergraduate degree from Florida State University in 2005 and his law degree from Texas Tech University thereafter. He was licensed to practice law by the State of Texas in 2009.

The videos and other materials May sent to several parties before his final acts were intercepted and confiscated by Postal Inspectors and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Full Story @ [Global Research]


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