The CIA and FBI “are behind most, if not all Terrorism.”
        —  Ted Gunderson, Former FBI Chief

“More often than not, information collected and shared at DHS fusion centers was unrelated to terrorism.”

“It’s troubling that the very ‘Fusion Centers’ that were designed to share information in a post-9/11 world, have become part of the problem.  Instead of strengthening our counterterrorism efforts, they have too often wasted money and stepped on Americans’ civil liberties,”
   —  Senator Tom Coburn

Gangstalking Documents (see the pull-down menu)

Fusion Centers, FBI & Infragard use a secret network called eGuardian to communicate and share information about Targeted Individuals and Watchlist information.  Grossly illegal and Unconstitutional.  Read more about it here:


The Senate Subcommittee on Investigations sent a memo to the DHS in 2008, instructing them to stop the illegal activity with Fusion Centers.This memo is a Smoking Gun, admitting that the government knows.
Full Report:


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Dr Colin Ross, M.D. is a respected Psychiatrist and has published a number of books about the CIA’s illegal programs, and the FBI’s participation – including gangstalking.

Dr John Hall, M.D. talks about Targeted Individuals.

From the FBI’s website – about Infragard:



The Inspector General for the Dept of Justice determined that the FBI did not follow their own policy manuals, and regularly violated the Constitutional Rights of U.S. civilians.  It is the opinion of Targeted Justice that Infragard & Citizen Corps are TERRORIST ORGANIZATIONS.  The members of Targeted Justice have documented their crimes, including – harassment, gangstalking, illegal entry, vehicular stalking, assault & battery, theft, property damage, conspiracy, and attempted murder.  Infragard has more than 66,000 members in the United States.

We know that the Fusion Centers run the Gangstalking, because 3 different police whistleblowers have told us.

Arkansas State Fusion Center Director, Richard Davis, simply confirmed Americans’ fears: the center does in fact spy on Americans:

” …the center does in fact spy on Americans – but only on those who are suspected to be ‘anti-government’.   So how do you distiguish between the suspects that are innocent, without first illegally spying on them?  It is not a crime to express your First Amendment rights, however, illegal surveillance is certainly a crime.  Across the US, Fusion Centers have reported on individuals who conducted ‘crimes’ like putting political stickers in public bathrooms or participating in movements against the death penalty. In October, the bipartisan Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations finished a two-year investigation on Fusion Centers, only to find that the centers had directly violated constitutionally protected civil liberties.”

“… the Subcommittee investigation found that the fusion centers often produced irrelevant, useless or inappropriate intelligence reporting to DHS, and many produced no intelligence reporting whatsoever,”  the report stated.”

“More often than not,” information collected and shared at DHS fusion centers was “unrelated to terrorism.”  In other instance, surveillance is thought to have been conducted on regular civilians not reasonably suspected of any crime, despite a 2008 memo sent to the DHS warning, “You are prohibited from collecting or maintaining information on US persons solely for the purpose of monitoring activities protected by the US Constitution, such as the First Amendment protected freedoms of religion, speech, press, and peaceful assembly and protest.”  By interviewing dozens of current and former federal, state and local officials with fusion center connections and analyzing over a years’ worth of reporting from those facilities, the Senate subcommittee corroborated the results of thousands of pages of financial records and grant awards only to find “problems with nearly every significant aspect of DHS’ involvement with fusion centers.”

There is much disinformation about which organization(s) are behind the gangstalking of Targeted Individuals.  For civilians, Gangstalking is funded by and DHS Intelligence & Analysis Office (  DHS provides the grant money, key personnel, software, databases, and policies and procedures for running the gangstalking operations through Fusion Centers in each state.  David J. Glawe and Brian J. Murphy are the current leaders of the U.S. government’s (Deep State) gangstalking operations. 

See the free ebook by Richard Lighthouse, “The Governors of Gangstalking.”  –  at the bottom of our Home Page.

Targeted Justice has learned that the DHS and FBI’s Fusion Centers are the command centers for gangstalking.  This information came to Targeted Justice from a former cop, turned whistleblower.  Gangstalking is usually performed under a group called “Intelligence” or “Counterterrorism.”  This justifies having a Security Clearance to hide what they are doing.   Infragard & Citizen Corps are involved in many states.  Anyone working at an Emergency Operations Center or 911 Call Center probably knows about the numerous calls regarding Gangstalking and Microwave Weapon Attacks.  The person in charge of the Cover-Up is called the “Intelligence Officer,” or “Intelligence Manager,” or “Intelligence Supervisor.”  Use a search engine to find the Fusion Center closest to your city.  You can take public pictures of the vehicles entering and leaving the parking lot of any public building.

The FBI refers to their Gangstalkers as “Confidential Human Sources.”   This is the official Perp Manual for the FBI:—official-perp-manual.html

Find the Fusion Centers in your state:

The FBI arranges payments for gangstalking through a corrupt system of fake receipts.

Based on a vague tip, the FBI can surveil anyone.

There is significant evidence, much of this illegal activity is carried out through the Infragard and Citizen Corps groups.  This is done by the FBI and DHS to avoid Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests and to hide the criminal activity.  The FBI uses thier eGuardian and iGuardian networks to securely store the records of their criminal activity.

Information on illegal FBI secret operations:

For more information on organized stalking, see the books & free ebooks tab.

We know that the Fusion Centers run the Gangstalking, because 3 different police whistleblowers have told us.

List of all Fusion Centers:

Alabama Fusion Center 
Montgomery, Alabama 
Phone: (334) 517-2660 
Fax: (334) 517-2746 
Toll-Free: (866) 229-6220

Alaska Information and Analysis Center
Anchorage, Alaska 
Phone: (907) 269-8900 
Toll-Free: (855) 692-5425
Arizona Counter Terrorism Information Center 
Phoenix, Arizona 
Phone: (602) 644-5805 
Toll-Free: (877) 272-8329

Arkansas State Fusion Center
Little Rock, Arkansas 
Phone: (501) 618-8001 
Toll-Free: (866) 787-2332
Austin Regional Intelligence Center; Austin, TX 
Austin, Texas 
Phone: (512) 974-2742

Boston Regional Intelligence Center; Boston, MA 
Boston, Massachusetts 
Phone: (617) 343-4328

California State Threat Assessment Center 
Mather, California 
Phone: (916) 636-2900

Central California Intelligence Center; Sacramento, CA 
McClellan, California 
Phone: (916) 808-8383 
Toll-Free: (888) 884-8383

Central Florida Intelligence Exchange (CFIX) 
Orlando, Florida 
Phone: (407) 858-3950

Chicago Crime Prevention and Information Center; Chicago, IL 
Chicago, Illinois 
Phone: (312) 745-5669

Colorado Information Analysis Center 
Lakewood, Colorado 
Phone: (877) 509-2422

Connecticut Intelligence Center 
Hartford, Connecticut 
Phone: (860) 706-5500 
Fax: (806) 706-5535

Dallas Fusion Center; Dallas, TX 
Dallas, Texas 
Phone: (214) 671-3482

Delaware Information and Analysis Center 
Dover, Delaware 
Fax: (302) 739-1609 
Alternate Phone: (302) 739-5996 
Toll-Free: (800) 367-2312

Delaware Valley Intelligence Center; Philadelphia, PA 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
Phone: (215) 897-0800 
Fax: (215) 683-2794

Detroit and Southeast Michigan Information and Intelligence Center; Detroit, MI
Detroit, Michigan 
Phone: (313) 967-4600
El Paso Multi-Agency Tactical Response Information eXchange (MATRIX); El Paso, TX 
El Paso, Texas 
Phone: (915) 212-4200 
Fax: (915) 212-0280

Florida Fusion Center 
Tallahassee, Florida 
Phone: (850) 410-7645 
Toll-Free: (800) 342-0820

Fort Worth Intelligence Exchange 
Fort Worth, Texas 
Phone: (817)392-4697

Georgia Information Sharing and Analysis Center 
Atlanta, Georgia 
Phone: (404) 561-8497

Greater Cincinnati Fusion Center 
Cincinnati, Ohio 
Phone: (513) 263-8000 
Fax: (513) 263-8225

Hawaii Fusion Center 
Honolulu, Hawaii 
Phone: (808) 628-2336

Houston Regional Intelligence Service Center; Houston, TX
Houston, Texas 
Phone: (713) 884-4710
Idaho Criminal Intelligence Center 
Meridian, Idaho 
Phone: (208) 846-7676

Illinois Statewide Terrorism and Intelligence Center
Springfield, Illinois 
Phone: (877) 455-7842
Indiana Intelligence Fusion Center 
Indianapolis, Indiana 
Phone: (866) 400-4432

Iowa Intelligence Fusion Center 
Des Moines, Iowa 
Phone: (800) 308-5983

Kansas City Terrorism Early Warning Fusion Center; Kansas City, MO 
Kansas City, Missouri 
Phone: (816) 413-3601

Kansas Intelligence Fusion Center 
Topeka, Kansas 
Phone: 785-646-0205

Kentucky Intelligence Fusion Center 
Frankfort, Kentucky 
Phone: (502) 564-2081

Los Angeles Joint Regional Intelligence Center; Los Angeles, CA 
Norwalk, California 
Phone: (562) 345-1100 
Fax: (562) 345-1766

Louisiana State Analytical & Fusion Exchange 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 
Phone: (225) 925-4192 
Toll-Free: (800) 434-8007

Maine Information and Analysis Center 
Augusta, Maine 04330-0164 
Phone: (207) 624-7280 
Toll-Free: (877) 786-3636

Mariana Regional Fusion Center (Guam) 
Agana Heights, Guam

Maryland Coordination and Analysis Center 
Woodlawn, Maryland 
Phone: (800) 492-8477

Massachusetts Commonwealth Fusion Center
Maynard, Massachusetts 
Phone: (978) 451-3711 
Alternate Phone: (978) 451-3700
Michigan Intelligence Operations Center 
Lansing, Michigan 
Phone: (517) 241-8000 
Toll-Free: (877) 616-4677

Minnesota Fusion Center 
St. Paul, Minnesota 
Phone: (651) 793-3730 
Fax: (651) 793-3731 
Toll-Free: (800) 422-0798

Mississippi Analysis and Information Center 
Pearl, Mississippi 
Phone: (601) 933-7200

Missouri Information Analysis Center 
Jefferson City, Missouri 
Phone: (866) 362-6422

Montana Analysis & Technical Information Center 
Helena, Montana 
Phone: (406) 444-1330

National Capital Region Threat Intelligence Consortium (NTIC) 
Washington, DC, Washington DC 
Phone: (202) 481-3075

Nebraska Information Analysis Center 
Lincoln, Nebraska 
Phone: (402) 479-4049 
Fax: (402) 479-4950

Nevada Threat Analysis Center; Carson City, NV 
Carson City, Nevada 
Phone: (775) 687-0450

New Hampshire Information and Analysis Center 
Concord, New Hampshire 
Phone: (603) 271-0300

New Jersey Regional Operations Intelligence Center
West Trenton, New Jersey 
Phone: (609) 963-6900
New Mexico All Source Intelligence Center 
Santa Fe, New Mexico 
Phone: (505) 476-9600

New York State Intelligence Center
East Greenbush, New York 
Phone: (866) 723-3697
North Carolina Information Sharing and Analysis Center 
Raleigh, North Carolina 
Phone: (919) 716-1111 
Toll-Free: (888) 624-7222

North Central Texas Fusion Center; McKinney, TX 
McKinney, Texas 
Phone: (972) 548-5537

North Dakota State and Local Information Center 
Bismarck, North Dakota 
Phone: (866) 885-8295

Northeast Ohio Regional Fusion Center; Cleveland, OH 
Cleveland, Ohio 
Phone: (216) 515-8477 
Toll-Free: (877) 515-8477

Northern California Regional Intelligence Center; San Francisco, CA 
San Francisco, California 
Phone: (866) 367-8847

Northern Virginia Regional Intelligence Center; Fairfax, VA
Fairfax, Virginia 
Phone: (703) 212-4590
Oklahoma Information Fusion Center 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 
Phone: (405) 842-8547 
Alternate Phone: (405) 848-6724

Orange County Intelligence Assessment Center; Orange County, CA 
Santa Ana, California 
Phone: (714) 289-3949 
Fax: (714) 289-1025

Oregon Terrorism Information Threat Assessment Network 
Salem, Oregon 
Phone: (503) 378-6347

Pennsylvania Criminal Intelligence Center 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 
Phone: 888-292-1919

Puerto Rico National Security State Information Center
Hato Rey, Puerto Rico 
Phone: (787) 793-1234
Rhode Island State Fusion Center 
Providence, Rhode Island 
Phone: (866) 490-8477 
Fax: (401) 458-1173

San Diego Law Enforcement Coordination Center; San Diego, CA 
San Diego, California 
Phone: (858) 495-5730

South Carolina Information and Intelligence Center
Columbia, South Carolina 
Phone: (803) 896-7133 

South Dakota Fusion Center 
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 
Phone: (605) 367-5940

Southeast Florida Fusion Center; Miami, FL 
Miami, Florida 
Phone: (305) 470-3900

Southeastern Wisconsin Threat Analysis Center; Milwaukee, WI 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 
Phone: (414) 935-7741

Southern Nevada Counter-Terrorism Center (Las Vegas, Nevada) 
Las Vegas, Nevada 
Phone: (702) 828-2200

Southwest Texas Fusion Center; San Antonio, TX 
San Antonio, Texas 
Phone: (210) 207-7680

St. Louis Fusion Center; St. Louis, MO 
St. Louis, Missouri 
Phone: (314) 615-4839

Statewide Terrorism Analysis & Crime Center (STACC) 
Columbus, Ohio 
Phone: (614) 799-3555

Tennessee Fusion Center 
Nashville, Tennessee 
Phone: (877) 250-2333

Texas Joint Crime Information Center 
Austin, Texas 
Phone: (866) 786-5972

U.S. Virgin Islands Fusion Center
St. Thomas, Virgin Islands 
Phone: (340) 776-3013
Utah Statewide Information and Analysis Center 
Sandy, Utah 
Phone: (801) 965-3838

Vermont Intelligence Center 
Williston, Vermont 
Phone: (802) 872-6110

Virginia Fusion Center 
North Chesterfield, Virginia 
Phone: (804) 674-2196

Washington State Fusion Center 
Seattle, Washington 
Phone: (877) 843-9522

West Virginia Intelligence Fusion Center 
Charleston, West Virginia 
Phone: (304) 558-4831

Western Pennsylvania All Hazards Fusion Center
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
Phone: (724) 778-8801
Wisconsin Statewide Information Center 
Madison, Wisconsin 
Phone: (608) 242-5393

Wyoming Information Analysis Team 
Cheyenne, Wyoming 
Phone: (307) 777-7181


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