On 5/21/14, as I was going to sit in public property and hold a sign up about my blog & all, I found a guy smoking in a church parking lot on the way to the doctors’ office. I verified he shouldn’t be there.
Then, I have the security guard who is photographing me. Now you have to ask why they’re doing that? Outside of me stating to the risk managers’ that the doctors’ office was doing that from inside the office to outside on public property of former patients. All I’m doing is either sitting or standing with a sign. All legal by the cops, first amendment rights.
I noticed a couple of people sitting in front of the doctors’ office. Another lady drove in to the parking lot and greeted them and they talked until I packed up to leave. Then they started to. I stopped and fooled around and knew they were going to tail me so I waited around.
Next I know a guy on a bike is trailing me. I called the cops.
Ever heard of gang stalking?
What does this say about your bariatric surgeon if they do this? Research, research, research! Is this the type of person that you think will help you on a lifelong journey? Stick with you? If you have a not positive experience and you are honest about the facts, are you going to want to be stalked for asserting your first amendment rights?
Here is just one states’ listing of the definition of stalking using the following reference: Va. state stalking laws
Va. Code Ann. § 18.2-60.3. Stalking; penalty (2013)
A. Any person, except a law-enforcement officer, as defined in § 9.1-101, and acting in the performance of his official duties, and a registered private investigator, as defined in § 9.1-138, who is regulated in accordance with § 9.1-139 and acting in the course of his legitimate business, who on more than one occasion engages in conduct directed at another person with the intent to place, or when he knows or reasonably should know that the conduct places that other person in reasonable fear of death, criminal sexual assault, or bodily injury to that other person or to that other person’s family or household member is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor.
B. Any person who is convicted of a second offense of subsection A occurring within five years of a prior conviction of such an offense when the person was also convicted within the five-year period prior to the instant offense of a violation of (i) § 18.2-51, 18.2-51.2, 18.2-51.6, 18.2-52, or 18.2-57 and the victim of that crime was the same person who is the victim of the stalking activity in the instant conviction, (ii) § 18.2-57.2, or (iii) a protective order, is guilty of a Class 6 felony.
C. Any person convicted of a third or subsequent conviction of subsection A occurring
within five years of a conviction for an offense under this section or for a similar
offense under the law of any other jurisdiction is guilty of a Class 6 felony.
D. A person may be convicted under this section irrespective of the jurisdiction or
jurisdictions within the Commonwealth wherein the conduct described in subsection A
occurred, if the person engaged in that conduct on at least one occasion in the
jurisdiction where the person is tried. Evidence of any such conduct that occurred outside the Commonwealth may be admissible, if relevant, in any prosecution under this section provided that the prosecution is based upon conduct occurring within the Commonwealth.
E. Upon finding a person guilty under this section, the court shall, in addition to the sentence imposed, issue an order prohibiting contact between the defendant and the victim or the victim’s family or household member.