The NOSY NEIGHBORS hacking my living space love to CHATTER ----create FEEDBACK in public surveillance that they are WILLING PORN MULES who with delusion think they are not made illegal PORN. As well around my living space are the CHATTERS----those shouting out back doors they LOVE WATCHING ILLEGAL STREAMING PORN.
Those consuming the DRUGS from DRUG CARTEL distribution are called DRUG ADDICTS-----those consuming PORN from NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG are called PORN ADDICTS. The public shaming of NOSY NEIGHBORS AND THE GANG along with consumers of illegal streaming PORN------have been OUTED as being ADDICTS/ILLEGAL PORN CARTEL members-----and they will be pushed into what is MOVING FORWARD far-right wing authoritarian FORCED REHABILITATION LABOR CAMPS------because PORN ADDICTION is same as DRUG ADDICTION.
FORCED LABOR CAMPS =====GULAGS=====GENOCIDE ----same thing.
'Like the employees of Blackwater, DynCorp workers have been accused of a variety of misdeeds over the years, including: the sex trafficking of children in the Balkans'
Here in Baltimore all global military corporations tied to being part of the brutality of ABU GHRAIB PRISONS-----the surveillance structures in war zones being identified by global media and international justice agencies as part of the GLOBAL HUMAN SEX/SLAVE TRADE------are what is called in Baltimore
GREATER BALTIMORE COMMITTEE/BALTIMORE DEVELOPMENT.
This is why BALTIMORE is saturated with NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG illegal surveillance and PORNOGRAPHY.
Drug Mules: Trafficking by the Numbers
Published on September 5, 2017 Updated on November 20, 2018
Despite a continued effort among many nations to crack down on drug trafficking, the misuse of illicit drugs continues at an alarming rate. This is especially true of opioids. According to the CDC, the U.S. saw a 137% increase in drug overdose-related deaths between 2000 and 2014.
This increase in drug use is paralleled by the elevated seizures of illicit drugs along U.S. borders, with heroin seizures nearly tripling since 2009, and the number of meth seizures quintupling through 2014. With crackdowns by border patrol and government agencies and efforts being made to lock down borders (such as the proposed border wall between Mexico and the U.S.), those involved in the drug trade continue to explore other, more dangerous methods of smuggling.
This has led to an increase in the utilization of people as drug mules, which includes the dangerous act of swallowing packages filled with drugs (body packers), along with using traditional travel means (boats, airplanes, etc.) to cross borders. In one recent case, a child as young as 11 was hospitalized after one capsule of cocaine (of more than 100) ruptured in her stomach.
In this report, we’ll share data showing common points of drug entry, arrests, and how the illicit drug trade has impacted the U.S. The data were gathered from over 150 court cases related to drug mules or drug trafficking charges.
Stopping Traffic – The State of Drug Seizures
When looking at the visualized data, the largest number of seizures occurs along the southern U.S. border. According to the U.S. Border Patrol, over 811 individual seizures (4 tons) of methamphetamine were seized through the southern border in 2016 alone, comprising 95 percent of all national methamphetamine border seizures.
Based on the data, San Ysidro sits at the top of arrest records for drug trafficking. This makes sense, given it is the “busiest land port of entry in the Western Hemisphere.” This doesn’t mean the Mexico border sees the bulk of the drug trafficking arrests, though.
A high volume of trafficking has been found in other major cities including Atlanta, Detroit, and New York City. Based on public records, a large volume of seizures is related to drugs being trafficked not only through major airports, but also through U.S. mail and other carriers. In 2015, federal auditors seized nearly 35,000 lbs of marijuana from USPS parcels.
Restoring Order - Volume of Drug Trafficking Cases by Federal Court District
While the data show states along the southern border see the highest volume of drug trafficking-related cases – with Arizona, New Mexico, and California seeing the most incidents – a review of the federal court districts and cases tried for drug trafficking show the problem isn’t at all isolated to the southern border.
Additional data, including information pulled from court documents, show cartels continue to use coastal states as secondary channels for trafficking drugs including marijuana and cocaine.
Arizona remains one of the states with the heaviest incidents of drug trafficking despite the fact that the U.S. Department of Justice identified the state as a “high intensity drug trafficking area” in 2010, and strategic developments for intervention have subsequently been implemented. The state’s shared border with Mexico is a likely culprit in its persisting problem with the drug trafficking trade.
Drug Trafficking Takedowns - By Land, Sea, and Air
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has found sophisticated tunnel networks that stretch between Mexico and Southern states like California. The cartels don’t always opt for sophisticated stealth, though. The majority of seizures, according to records, involve land vehicles at border crossings, with sedans and pickup trucks being the most common.
That still leaves the sea and air, which the U.S. Coast Guard patrols heavily for drugs trafficked via cruise ships, cargo vessels, aircraft, and even semi-submersibles reminiscent of miniature submarines.
Arguably, the most dangerous and potentially lethal method of transporting illicit drugs into the U.S. is through the use of drug mules and body packing. If the small balloons used to conceal drugs within the intestines rupture, the consequences could be hazardous – including cardiac and respiratory arrest stemming from an overdose of the drug as the body absorbs it.
Surreptitious Smuggling and the Art of Concealment
Court documents revealed some interesting details about how creative smugglers have become in moving drugs across the border. In over 60 vehicle-related drug seizures, we were able to compile information on how illicit substances were hidden to avoid detection.
In some cases, drugs were stashed in multiple locations throughout the vehicle. Some of the most common places included drugs being hidden in the gas tank and inside the seats of the vehicle. Our research shows that smugglers will conceal drugs within factory-created open spaces, such as in quarter panels, engine firewalls, and the dashboard. However, the same court documents we researched showed that some smugglers create false or hidden compartments to conceal drugs.
Cartels have even used unaccompanied children as well as clone vehicles to distract and mislead border patrol to get larger shipments of drugs smuggled across the border.
Death in the Borderlands
People attempt to cross the border from Mexico for a number of reasons – with the vast majority seeking asylum, though some are involved (voluntarily or through coercion) in the trafficking of drugs. In any case, it can be a dangerous trip made more so with the use of body packing to avoid detection.
Data from the U.S. Border Patrol show total border-related deaths spanning a 20-year period, including migrants attempting to cross who succumbed to environmental conditions including dehydration, injury, and other non-trafficking-related incidents.
While the data reviewed isn’t specific to just drug trafficking-related deaths, it does paint a picture of the lengths traffickers will go to in order to move drugs across borders. Areas with the most opportunity to cross, despite being dangerous, are more frequently used including southeast Texas, California, and Arizona with the highest volume of deaths related to border crossing.
Annual Casualties of Crossing
While the Rio Grande Valley in Texas has the second largest number of border-related deaths, these deaths may not necessarily be related to drugs. The Rio Grande Valley is a popular crossing point for immigrants given the expansive land that makes it difficult for border agents to patrol. Unfortunately, high heat indexes and a lack of water (or much else) make it a dangerous place to cross. It regularly claims the lives of immigrants attempting to enter the country illegally.
While Arizona has seen a 65 percent decline in border apprehension and deaths – which the White House has attributed to political policies and proposals such as the border wall and changes in immigration law – 2016 was still a tough year in border-related deaths per our analysis.
One key point of consideration is the spike in deaths seen after 2001 relating to the terror attacks on 9/11. The fear of terrorism brought extensive hiring of border patrol agents, and additional walls were built at key crossing points into the U.S. This forced immigrants into more remote locations of the desert, putting them in a position to succumb to heat and other elements, thus increasing border-related deaths a great deal in subsequent years.
Controlling the Weight Problem
In the graph, it’s clear the number of seizures is decreasing along with the total weight of most illicit substances. This could indicate smugglers and cartels are attempting to move smaller amounts in the hopes of going undetected.
Unfortunately, the weight of heroin and methamphetamine per seizure rose from 2012 to 2016.
This data is unsettling given the dangers of illicit drug use, especially the harmful nature of heroin and meth. Between border seizures and the legalization of marijuana in some areas of the U.S., the cartels are turning toward heroin and meth to keep their trade alive.
There are significant risks to heroin use, and continued drug trafficking into the U.S. has led to a growing number of overdoses among American citizens – even children. Today, overdoses are one of the leading causes of injury and death, even beyond car accidents and death by firearm.
The use and misuse of illicit drugs take a significant toll on our youth and costs the lives of hundreds of thousands of Americans. However, if trends continue, we may see more of a decline in border-related deaths.
Each of us can be an agent of change in preventing drug-related deaths. If you or someone you know is struggling with drug use, you’re not alone. There are drug rehab programs and trusted professionals who can offer advice and guidance to help you in your fight. Visit Detox.net today for more information
US cities deemed FOREIGN ECONOMIC ZONE are building PUBLIC SURVEILLANCE structures via HOMELAND SECURITY-----what is called THE NETWORK changing dynamics over several decades is now tied to open secret of being part of ILLEGAL BLACK MARKET PORNOGRAPHY. This is why a Baltimore Police Officer is talking to PUBLIC SURVEILLANCE more than taking to ME.
Today, in US with outsourcing and privatization of our US PUBLIC MILITARY a few decades in progress------both our US public military and our US public justice structures are filled with staff on BOTH SIDES of this issue. Some are TEAM BLACK MARKET RACKETEERING------by global private military corporations in drugs, guns, PORN-----and some are ANTI-BLACK MARKET activities in global military corporations.
It's Déjà Vu for DynCorp All Over Again
Put bluntly, DynCorp was involved in a sex slavery scandal in Bosnia in 1999, with its employees accused of rape and the buying and selling of girls as young as 12.
THIS IS NOT A DONE DEAL IN US--------WHEREAS FOREIGN ECONOMICS OVERSEAS HAVE BEEN FILLED WITH THESE KINDS OF GLOBAL SEX SLAVE STRUCTURES TIED TO NOSY NEIGHBOR AND GANG NETWORKS-----HERE IN US/WESTERN EUROPE WE STILL HAVE CIVIL SOCIETY STRUCTURES WHICH CAN FUNCTION.
Those people being brought to US cities to be NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG likely worked overseas for these global private military corporations doing the same thing.
This structure is in your neck of woods as all US cities and some states are being called FOREIGN ECONOMIC ZONES/SANCTUARY CITIES STATES ----same thing.
Sure, Blackwater Is Bad, But What About DynCorp?
September 3, 2009
According to The New York Times , a Xe (formerly Blackwater) contract for aviation services in Iraq was supposed to expire today. Xe was to “be replaced by DynCorp International,” but DynDorps is not ready to take on the work. The decision to switch companies has been delayed, and questions could be raised about DynCorp in the meantime.
More than a decade ago, DynCorp was a Texas-based company with a small government contract to fight the drug trade in Latin America. Today, it is one of the leading military contractors in the world. Like the employees of Blackwater, DynCorp workers have been accused of a variety of misdeeds over the years, including: the sex trafficking of children in the Balkans; drug-eradication programs in Latin America that apparently caused severe environmental damage; and, three years ago, the shooting death of an unarmed taxi driver in Baghdad, which outraged Iraqi officials and led to an investigation.
The DynCorp workers were also known for hanging out in safe areas of Baghdad and not ever getting around to doing the work they had been assigned (one former employee says they just hung out in a hotel and drank). And a 2007 report by Stuart Bowen Jr., the U.S. Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction, showed that the paperwork for hundreds of millions of dollars in DynCorp work in Iraq was in “disarray.” State Department officials, who issued the contracts to DynCorp, could not say “specifically” what had been done with most of the $1.4 billion provided to the company for their work in Iraq.
This was perhaps not surprising, considering only one contracting officer in the State Department’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs had been in charge of overseeing the DynCorp contracts. Blackwater has been demonized in the media, but between the inadequate oversight of the government of its contracts, and the not-always-stellar performance of its employees, DynCorp has had more than its share of problems.
Here is how NOSY NEIGHBORS AND THE GANG occupy what are a saturation of houses in Baltimore whether SINGLE FAMILY or APARTMENT ROW HOUSES. Row houses having not been renovated as is true of my building necessitate MAKING A MESS OF THE BUILDING as tag-team NOSY NEIGHBOR said. This means they place cameras and microphones in EXISTING UTILITY CONDUITS for the building -----whereas REMODELED ROW HOUSES have had walls taken down----floors taken up and NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG really HARD-WIRE these buildings as they seal them back up.
In the case of row houses NOT RENOVATED------NOSY NEIGHBORS AND THE GANG tend to tie illegal surveillance to existing PLUMBING---existing ALARMS----existing ELECTRICAL CIRCUITRY. Ergo, the tapping of the building's FUSE BOX IN BASEMENT is key in row houses not RENOVATED -----like my building.
When I follow all that WIRING/CABLE surrounding my building knowing it was not placed there by my landlords----I am learning the equipment tied to illegal surveillance cameras/computers called THE UNIT-----and how to reverse this CAPTURE in my living space and my building.
This is what I am dealing in my living space thanks to those NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG networks
How to install or Setting Up A Pinhole Spy Camera In Drywall
Published on Feb 26, 2011
A walk through the process of Installing a pin hole camera in a drywall ceiling or ceiling tile to observe areas of concern such as a cash register. The process includes the removal of drywall to make a place for the camera.
When a person travels---or moves to Baltimore it must be assumed the residential space is WIRED FOR ILLEGAL SURVEILLANCE by NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG.
I have one NOSY NEIGHBOR living in a fully rehabbed row house vs a few living in row houses not rehabbed. Those living today in REHABBED NOSY NEIGHBOR houses are being made STREAMING PORN----whether they want to admit it or not. The NOSY NEIGHBORS living in non-rehabbed row houses thinking they are quite the experts on illegal surveillance and hacking-----should understand if someone has THE UNIT-------if they are in proximity of all those WIRES AND CABLES on a building near them----THEY ARE BEING MADE STREAMING VIDEO PORN.
All the NOSY NEIGHBORS in my case love to identify themselves as WILLING PORN MULES-------and work hard to EGG-ON those CHATTERS identifying as LOVING TO WATCH ILLEGAL PORN------AKA ------PORN ADDICTS.
These players in this illegal porn racketeering are WILLING---CONSENTING----and therefor will see no TURNING STATES' EVIDENCE---PLEA DEALS.
I am monitoring now the MULES which I know make up a good percentage of this NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG structure that are UNWILLING mules who would be able to PLEA DEAL working for PROSECUTION.
Rowhome Renovation in Baltimore City
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Rowhome renovation and remodeling services we provide:
Below are photos of one our more recent projects.
Completely refurbished front façade. Strip the formstone, re-point the brick, new windows, doors, and paint
In my case of a building NOT-RENOVATED NOSY NEIGHBORS AND THE GANG have to make a MESS of my landlords' building through DRY WALL-----through FLOORING------but these building still have PLASTER WALLS between row house units. Cameras cannot penetrate PLASTER but as the video above shows----sheet rock can be scraped and shaped for camera. So, in that case a camera is not actually SEEING THROUGH A WALL------the sheet rock has been carved out making the wall covering very thin. My CEILING is sheet rock-----my bathroom is sheet rock-----my closets are sheet rock. These are the areas which I identify as having camera activity=====
I see as well where the wood floor has patches of floor board cut just as described below. If I were to lift one of those floor board PATCHES ----could be likely where NOSY NEIGHBORS AND THE GANG have PLAYED WITH THE BUILDING'S ELECTRICAL WIRING.
Notice how these flooring strips cut out are often tied to wall board near electrical outlets.
So, the direct hit by NOSY NEIGHBORS AND THE GANG to row houses NOT-RENOVATED------is first, the basement and FUSE BOX------then entering existing UTILITY INFRASTRUCTURE----old telephone boxes---old outdoor lighting structures/heating/venting structures. This is where CABLES AND CAMERAS are pushed inside an apartment----such as above my BATHROOM ceiling.
We shared video some months ago about lifting up one length of floor board to make sure there are no illegal surveillance cameras./microphones, but TENETS in apartments really don't have that right to pull apart these main infrastructure foundations----new homeowners ----
WATCH OUT WITH THOSE NEWLY RENOVATED BUILDINGS------TENETS---WATCH OUT FOR THOSE NEWLY RENOVATED APARTMENTS.
This is what TAG-TEAM NOSY NEIGHBORS in my building are doing right now------openly on public surveillance saying they are going to TAKE OVER THIS BUILDING.
How to Run Wires in Existing Walls and Floors
Wires running along the floor are unsightly and may pose a safety hazard.
Need a new phone jack in your bedroom or installing speakers for your home theater system?
While you could simply string the wires along the floor, it’s best to snake the wires inside walls or under floors.
Wiring new construction before the drywall goes in is a piece of cake compared to fishing them through existing walls and floors. But with careful planning, a few special tools, and the right techniques, running wires in the wall of your home may be easier than you might think.
If you’re not up to the challenge, consider running the wires in special hollow moldings that take the place of standard crown molding or quarter round.
Tools needed for running wires:
- Drill and bits
- Stud Finder
- Measuring Tape
- Drywall keyhole Saw
- Fish Tape or Wire Coat Hanger
- Electrical Tape
- String and fishing weight
- Check Building Codes: Most areas allow homeowners to install their own low-voltage wiring—such as phone lines, computer network cable, and speaker wire—but check to be sure.
- Select Proper Wire or Cable: Make sure you use UL rated in-wall wiring that meets local building and fire codes—including CM, CMR, or CMP for computer networking, and CL2 or CL3 for speakers.
- Turn off the Power: Always turn off the breakers in your electrical box before you begin to reduce the chance of an electrical shock should you accidently cut or drill into existing wiring.
- Avoid Electrical Wires: Keep speaker, computer, and phone wires away from standard electrical wiring for safety reasons and to reduce interference.
- Choosing Walls: Whenever possible, run your wiring through interior walls, since exterior walls contain bracing and insulation.
Start by taking some time to consider the best location for the new wire. Eyeball existing electrical outlets, and make sure you’re a safe distance away (the next stud over or more) to avoid interference or hitting existing wires.
Check the attic for unseen problems like pipes and wires hidden in the wall.
Next, examine the location from the attic, crawlspace, or basement to see if it’s accessible and free of hidden wiring or plumbing. It may also be a good idea to scan the wall using a metal detecting stud finder to locate obstacles like copper plumbing pipes and metal ductwork that may be hidden in the wall.
Once your route has been mapped out, calculate the amount of wire or cable you’ll need. Measure the distance from start to end, add a few extra feet for connections, and an additional 10% or so for unexpected problems or obstacles. The last thing you want is to come up short, so allow plenty extra and follow the old adage of “measure twice and cut once.”
How to Fish Wires
Cut hole in wall for outlet. Drill hole into wall plate.
Drill destination hole in floor. Run wire through hole.
- When you’re ready to begin, turn off the power and use your stud finder to locate an open area in the wall between the studs.
- Drill a small pilot hole where the outlet will be, and use a straightened metal coat hanger to feel inside the wall for any unforeseen obstructions. If you’re looking for an excuse to acquire the latest high-tech tool, a cable mounted inspection camera, such as the Ridgid SeeSnake, makes a great way to see inside a wall.
- If everything looks good, enlarge the hole for the wire or outlet box. Be sure to use an outlet boxes that’s made to attach to an existing wall, but don’t install it until the wire has been run.
- Now, go up to your attic, or down to the basement or crawlspace, and drill a hole in the top or bottom wall plate in the same wall cavity as the outlet.
- Attach the wire or cable to a fish tape or coat hanger using electrical tape, and feed it into the hole until it reaches the opening at the other end. If you’re working from the attic, you can drop a weighted string down wall cavity, then attach the wire to the string and pull it through.
- Run the wire or cable to its destination. This may involve fishing it through another wall cavity, or out a small hole drilled in the floor.
- Feed the wire through the back of the outlet box, insert the box in the wall, and mount it in place.
- Strip the wires and attach them to the wall jack or run them to the device.
If you drilled pilot holes that didn’t work out, patch them with a dab of spackling compound. Sand the patch smooth when dry and touch up with matching paint. Fill any errant small holes in the floor with matching wood putty, and larger ones with a mixture of sanding dust and epoxy glue.