Webmaster’s Introduction: I received these links via email on Dec. 11, 2020 from R.L. Lighthouse of Targetedjustice.com. I am posting this information because it may help solve and halt the ongoing egregious and treasonous “crime against humanity” of gangstalking-electronic torture, which I refer to as G5 for “Global Government Gangstalking Genocide GESTAPO.”
My targeting began in earnest in 2013 while I was in Crestone, CO and participating in local political issues. In particular, the local powers-that-be tried to close off five local trailheads to public access and we were trying to keep them open. Claiming to be a local property owner, an attractive blond-haired, former Air Force vet of about 40-years of age named Kimberly (husband: Dave; email handle: kdk; residence: Estes Park, CO; vehicle: new (then), blue, Toyota FJ Cruiser) befriended me regarding this issue at about that time. I was introduced to her through another local Crestone/Baca citizen, Woodora Rose Eisenhower, at that time a retired realtor, at whose residence several of us met for coffee and a discussion on these issues. Kimberly claimed to hail from Georgia. She is an attractive, ebullient, smart woman… but I now believe she was/is a spy. The fact that her career was in the Air Force gives the below information more credence to me.
Kimberly and I were on friendly terms and I invited her and her husband into my house on at least two occasions. In one occasion (after I “just so happened to” came across them just parked on the street very close to my house), I invited them into my “stuga”- a small cabin which functions as my overflow library. While we were discussing my many books on geomorphology, a subject I taught for nearly 30 years at 3 universities (1981-2011), Kimberly expressed her opinion that that (pursuit?) “would be your (my) salvation.” Now THAT was a peculiar comment, indeed! But by that time, I had discovered that Crestone, CO is a mecca not only for “spiritual” but also for considerable spy activities. Indeed, I now believe it has functioned for years as a UN-CIA-MI6 mind-control operation and social engineering experiment, among other things. (See my very extended series of articles entitled: Is Crestone/Baca the “Vatican City of the New World Order?” An Expose of the New World Religion )
I am now convinced that my research into the globalist (UN) purposes of and powers behind “Operation Crestone/Baca” may have something to do with the fact that I, along with innumerable thousands to millions of other law abiding citizens worldwide, am being targeted for destruction/zersetzung/elimination by my own government. Since 2013, I have been tracked and targeted 24/7, sometimes tortured, and my life has been nearly continually disrupted and degraded by “perps,” citizen-spies, special ops forces, police, surveillance role players, handlers and assets, etc. The life of a TI is a totally surveilled and controlled life. It is no life at all. It is life inside an invisible electronic concentration camp; circumscribed and controlled by on-the-ground perps, by lies, spies, set-ups, and psyops. This black op against innocent citizens is demonic and constitutes highest treason. Anyone participating in these crimes should be tried, convicted and, in my opinion, given the death penalty.
This would require adherence to the U.S. Constitution and the rule of law. Alas, it has now become rather obvious that the United States military leads the Satanic New World Order. In this “Lord of the Flies” world, there is no more rule of law.
Ephesians 2:2 names Satan as the “prince of the power of the air” (electromagnetic frequencies anyone?) and the “spirit that works in the children of disobedience.”
I. Targeted Justice: Schriever Air Force Base War Crimes (R.L. Lighthouse)
Schriever AFB – 2nd SOPS,
Women committing War Crimes
“We decided to have this female team on crew during the SCA, creating a more historic event for the squadron.”
– Lt. Alexis Thuli, 2nd SOPS Assistant Flight Commander
“Yes, committing Treason is usually considered a historic event.”
– Richard Lighthouse
Opinions of Targeted Justice.
A recent article on the Space Force website was very proud of the women on active duty in 2nd Space Operations Squadron, at Schriever AFB. Fortunately, we are here to correct the story…
These women are literally committing War Crimes, by tracking & attacking U.S. civilians on United States soil. The U.S. Constitution does not allow this. The Lockheed GPS satellites that these military personnel operate are designed to track and attack anyone in the United States. All they need for proof, is to examine the log files for the weapons. It will clearly identify the precise GPS coordinates that were targeted by the satellite. In this case, the “Payload” is the weapon, operated by Lt. Mary McLaughlin – she attended the MQT classes. The GPS attack coordinates are frequently within the United States, and they know it. Anyone that reads the log file of attack coordinates would know, they are committing TREASON.
So why would they do this? The Nuremberg Trials after WW2, proved that “I was simply following orders,” will only get you a death sentence. Targeted Justice is anxious to help these women, experience long-term prison sentences for their crimes.
Targeted Justice only advocates for non-violent solutions.
Using the latest Lockheed GPS Block 3 satellites, the women of the 2nd Space Operations Squadron are proud of their abilities to track & attack United States civilians on U.S. soil.
The microwave pulses are directed at the top-back portion of every person’s head in the United States, and the microwaves cause brain damage. Tracking frequencies are 3600 – 3750 MHz. A signal analyzer or a good gauss meter can confirm these attacks are happening, right now. This is the same weapon system that tracked & attacked the US-Cuban Diplomats.
Please send an email to these war criminals:
1st Lt. Alexis Thuli, 2nd SOPS Assistant flight commander
1st Lt. Kelley McCaa, 2nd SOPS Satellite vehicle operator
1st Lt. Mary McLaughlin, 2nd SOPS Payload system operator
1st Lt. Mikayla Roberts, 2nd SOPS Mission analyst
Staff Sgt. Kelly Malone, 2nd SOPS Crew chief
Senior Airman Joelle Schritt, 19th SOPS Mission planner
Airman 1st Class Gillian Clover, 2nd SOPS Satellite systems operator
Airman 1st Class Larissa Contreras, 2nd SOPS SSO.
Senior Officers that are involved:
Brig. Gen. Traci Kueker-Murphy, Director of Operations
Lt. Col. Michael Schriever, 2nd SOPS Squadron commander
Maj. Lucia White, 2nd SOPS Assistant director of operations
Capt. Angela Tomasek, 2nd SOPS Flight commander
EL PASO COUNTY PROPERTY RECORDS https://property.spatialest.com/co/elpaso/#/ (Public records)
(How do they afford these homes on a government salary??)
Last known address.
Property values from zillow.com, November 2020.
Kueker-Murphy, Traci Lyn 5934 Treeledge Dr, Colorado Springs, CO 80918-6123 Property Value = $469,531
SCHRIEVER, MICHAEL K. – 2138 WOODPARK DR COLORADO SPRINGS CO, 80951-473 Property Value = $359,746
WHITE, LUCIA ROSANN – 5677 SAINT PATRICK VW COLORADO SPRINGS CO, 80923-8201 Property Value = $310,742
TOMASEK, ANGELA – 2402 GREAT SKY RD COLORADO SPRINGS CO, 80915-1940 Property Value = $413,726
THULI, ALEXIS – 5353 PALOMINO RANCH PT #203 COLORADO SPRINGS CO, 80922-6117 Property Value = $222,371
MCCAA, KELLEY A. – 5425 MOSCA PASS CT COLORADO SPRINGS CO, 80917-4300 Property Value = $266,276
MCLAUGHLIN, MARY E. – 530 N INSTITUTE ST COLORADO SPRINGS CO, 80903-3142 Property Value = $360,025
ROBERTS, MIKAYLA R. – 6697 COTTONWOOD TREE DR COLORADO SPRINGS CO, 80927 Property Value = $433,928
MALONE, KELLY – 201 TURF TRAIL PL FOUNTAIN CO, 80817-4129 Property Value = $296,797
Joelle Ann Schritt – 6630 Fielding Ter, Colorado Springs, CO 80911-2910 Property Value = $361,289
Gillian Frances Clover – 4469 Asher Hts Apt 304, Colorado Springs, CO 80917-6423 Rent?
Larissa Marie Contreras – 655 W Paine St Unit 198, Colorado Springs, CO 80914-1704 Rent?
Relatives – Public records from Veripages.com
Michael K. Schriever
Brett Arnold Schriever 81 Teresa L Schriever 53 Shawn D Merchant 44 Matthew K Maupin 48 Pamela M Zuvela 72 Ross H Maupin 72 Stacey A Martinez 43 Carrie J Maupin 43 Marleen M Ott 45 Marilyn B Schriever 74 Bridget M Schriever 56 Kathleen J Maupin 73 Bernard A Schriever 57 Allison R Dentice 44 Bridget M Burke 56 Blaine E Martens 44 Lois M Cutler 67 Robyn Martinez 32 Dennis J Cutler Nicole M Schriever 43
Lucia R. White
S White ~67 Patricia L White 64 Allen L White ~63 Beatrice L Short 95 Larry White Susan A Short 67 Allen White 59 Elizabeth M Short 66
Angela C. Tomask
Jeffery S Tomasek ~56 Mi S Tomasek 55 Jeffrey Tomasek ~53 Jeffery S Tomasek 54
Alexis R Thuli, ~27
Martin Quezadanunez ~56 Amy K Stacey ~51 Kathleen Stacey ~30 Sean Stacey ~50 Zachariah Thuli ~35
Jennifer M Mccaa 37 Martha J Lombardo 71 Roger A Bateman 52 Patricia Lombardo Francis T Lombardo 42 Richard Carter 66 Nicholas P Lombardo 40
Mary E Mclaughlin, ~26
Mary Mclaughlin, Misty Holmes, Misty Dunn
Leontia Mclaughlin ~31 Leonita M Mclaughlin Stephen G Vining 62 Emily M Behm Leontia Vining 31 Jonathan Vining 32
MIKAYLA ROBERTS -30
Rueben B Roberts 59 James C Lee 48 Connor B Roberts 31 Phyllis C Roberts 73 Ryan B Roberts 57 Farrell R Roberts Victoria M Roberts 61
Joelle Schritt, -28
Brittany Schritt ~28 William Jinnel Gary Davis ~69 Pamela S Davis ~69
Destiney D Y ~43 Elizabeth Hornsey ~28 Richard Harmon Destiney Harmon ~43
Larissa P Morris, ~38
Larissa Morris, Larissa Morris Morris, Larissa Contreras, Larissa Contrera
Terry Morris Alicia Moore Marlissa A Mcgranahan ~59 Melody Russell ~58 Martha Morris
II. Space Force makes history with all-female 2 SOPS crew
By Airman 1st Class Jonathan Whitely, Schriever Air Force Base Public Affairs /
Space Force makes history with all-female 2 SOPS crew
By Airman 1st Class Jonathan Whitely, Schriever Air Force Base Public Affairs / Published July 27, 2020
The women of the 2nd Space Operations made history as the first ever all-female space operations crew July 23, 2020, at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado. The crew gained satellite control acceptance of SVN-76, officially adding another satellite to the GPS program. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dennis Rogers and Kathryn Calvert)
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The women of the 2nd Space Operations Squadron made history as the first ever all-female space operations crew July 23, 2020, at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado. The crew gained satellite control acceptance of SVN-76, officially adding another satellite to the GPS III fleet. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dennis Rogers and Kathryn Calvert)
The 2nd Space Operations Squadron gained satellite control acceptance of satellite vehicle number 76, July 23, 2020, at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado. The new satellite will provide more than 5 billion users across the globe with stronger precision, navigation and timing signals. It will also bring improved capabilities to warfighters. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dennis Rogers and Kathryn Calvert)
First Lt. Mikayla Roberts, 2nd Space Operations Squadron mission analyst, poses with a model satellite July 23, 2020, at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado. Roberts was one of eight women who worked on the historic all-female crew. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dennis Rogers and Kathryn Damon)
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. —
The Air Force has been providing precise position, navigation and timing for more than 25 years, however a first-of-its-kind crew assumed command and control of its newest satellite this week.
Schriever’s 2nd Space Operations Squadron, the providers of GPS signals to billions of users worldwide, made history July 23 when a crew of eight women space operators gained satellite control authority of satellite vehicle number 76.
“It’s like the grandparents hand the keys to the parent, then the parent hands the keys to us,” said 1st Lt. Kelley McCaa, 2nd SOPS satellite vehicle operator. “When a new satellite is launched, we don’t have full authority of it. [Lockheed Martin] takes it over [after launch], then we bring it into our systems and then we actually gain full control of [the satellite] as a squadron.”
The new satellite will provide more than 5 billion users across the world with stronger precision, navigation and timing signals.
“With these new satellites, they have a lot of capabilities we didn’t previously have,” said McCaa. “There are certain things the new generation of satellites are capable of doing that are brand new to us, and will immediately enhance our GPS signal, helping the warfighters down-range.”
The crew included eight uniformed 2nd and 19th SOPS (the Air Force Reserve component) Airmen who gained SCA of the satellite.
“We have a lot of females in the squadron, and given the crew scheduling, we had the opportunity to establish an all-female crew,” said 1st Lt. Alexis Thuli, 2nd SOPS operations assistant flight commander. “We decided to have this female team on crew during the SCA, creating a more historic event for the squadron.”
Maj. Lucia White, 2nd SOPS assistant director of operation, said the 45th Space Wing female meteorologists at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, who determined weather was suitable for rocket launch June 13 inspired her to bring the idea to life in 2 SOPS.
“We want to inspire future generations of young women and let them know they can have a place in the Space Force,” White said. “[The Space Force] is the place to be, especially for those who may have barriers to overcome.”
In addition to the operational crew, Brig. Gen. Traci Kuekermurphy, Mobilization Augmentee to the Space Force Director of Operations and Lt. Col. Maggie Sullivan, Space and Missile Systems Center, granted SCA approval for their respective entities making the entire transfer an all-female event.
The crew cited Brig. Gen. DeAnna Burt, HQ U.S. Space Force director of operations and communications, as one of their role models. Before serving in her current role, Burt served as the 2nd SOPS squadron commander and as 50th Space Wing commander.
“What these Airmen did is historical, and I’m proud of each one of them,” Burt said. “As the Space Force evolves, I’m confident our warfighters will continue to make history in leading our nation’s space superiority efforts. We need strong space professionals in the Space Force and I hope their hard work and dedication inspire others to join us.”
Although 2020 has been an unusual year, it has been also been a historic year. Not only did 2nd SOPS and the 45th SW have female crews, the Department of the Air Force also made history when it selected Chief Master Sgt. JoAnne Bass to serve as the 19th Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force. Bass is the first woman to serve in this role.
“Seeing positions that are historically held by men now being held by women is extremely empowering and inspiring, pushing me to be a better version of myself,” said Staff Sgt. Kelly Malone, 2nd SOPS satellite systems operator and crew chief. “I’m doing this for my little sister. She probably looks up to me more than anyone in the family, and I have a chance to show her she doesn’t have to do typical ‘women jobs,’ or follow ‘women roles,’ and that it’s OK to break the norms.”
According to the National Science Foundation, women make up only 28% of employment in science and engineering career fields. Furthermore, an even smaller percentage of women serve in the Air Force, at about 21%.
“We realized we could sit down and name every female in 2 SOPS,” McCaa said. “It’s crazy to think we have a squadron of over 100 people, but I can sit down and name every [female Airman] by name and rank.”
Senior Master Sgt. Karmann Pogue, 4th SOPS superintendent, attended the historic event. Pogue recently earned the rank of chief master sergeant, and will be one of only eight women to do so within the space warfighting domain.
“In my 21 years in the Air Force, I’ve never seen an all-female [space] crew,” said a teary-eyed Pogue. “To see such strong women doing amazing things is incredible. I have goosebumps.”
The members of the crew include:
1st Lt. Mary McLaughlin, 2nd SOPS payload system operator
1st Lt. Mikayla Roberts, 2nd SOPS mission analyst
Senior Airman Joelle Schritt, 19th SOPS mission planner
Airman 1st Class Gillian Clover, 2nd SOPS satellite systems operator
Airman 1st Class Larissa Contreras, 2nd SOPS SSO
“Whenever we look at these particular operators on paper, we can see they’re some of the best our squadron has to offer,” said Capt. Angela Tomasek, 2nd SOPS flight commander. “The fact they’re all women is just a bonus.”
As America progresses, the armed forces have seen an uptick in women who serve. In 1980, women made up only 8.5% of all enlisted personnel across all branches, compared to 19.28% of the active duty force today.
“Life is full of challenges and it’s a matter of how you handle them,” Tomasek said. “Do you turn and go the other way or do you refuse to accept the barriers, and decide to break them down?”