They do this to intimidate and control victims [see Voices demons say, "They'll offer you 105 (years) to life [in prison]"], and to keep them in their local area to do with as they please (demons have a limited range).
Note the story the accomplice provided to the police; it's wild. He is the one who set me up in conjunction with other demon collaborators—and, as I came to find out much later—at the behest of the very demons I fight today.
You can tell from his story and what you know about me that the demons were trying an entirely different approach at that time—mainly, to incarcerate me as a drug dealer; of course, when that didn't work, they tried (and are trying) other things, albeit just as unsuccessfully.
Police Report from Bogus Arrest
This is also the police report in which the officer (or someone else) forged my mother's signature on the Miranda Admonishment page, as is described in BIBLE | Fear should not be a factor for you.
Also, following is a phone conversation between me and the then-leader of a group of demon-trained gang-stalkers, Jon Harrington, in which he briefly mentions his disbelief over the authenticity of the charges against me, even though he is the enemy:
Jon: ...You need to make sure you, uh...I don't want you to get in any kind of trouble ever again. Not because of me, you know...
James: No. Absolutely not. I, um...I actually don't want to get in any more trouble either and I'm real stupified by that whole situation to begin with. You know, looking back, I can see how just explaining it very simply would confound people as to why I even agreed to do it; but, I mean, if you were there, you'd get it. That's neither here nor there. The fact is: I did it. I didn't know, and the law says you have to know and, um...so I'm going to fight it. And, I'm gonna play dumb, 'cuz I was. And, I'm gonna play, you know, intimidated a bit, because I was. And, just the truth. This...the situation, I think, speaks for itself; but, I don't know how good of a defense that is. But, um...like I said, I gotta talk to an attorney and, uh, figure all that out real soon, because that's coming up...
Jon: When you say you're going to be playing dumb, you're talking about the situation with J, correct?
Jon: You got played in that situation by J or whatever.
Jon: Um, yeah, that's definitely what, um, my stance is on that situation because...like I said, you pick up a random guy Danny drops off and just happens to be from the neighborhood that all the family's are related...um, okay...Here's what I wrote about this phone call back then on The Sunnyvale Knock (2006) web site, and the partial transcript I included, as well:
Jon calls to discuss my arrest on May 18th—for which no charges have been filed yet—and other issues. He employs his oft-used tactic of pretending to be my friend (which I am using right back) in order to get me to relax—and, as a result, tell him information I otherwise wouldn’t.
I play along, sometimes mixing the truth with outright lies, as he does. It wasn’t hard to mix up the facts, though; I was exhausted from two days and two nights of constant street theater and a night in the holding area of the San Jose jail.
NOTE | For an example of what I use to call street theatre, read VIDEO | Gang-stalkers caught on camera throwing rocks, skulking in dark. That's right; the demons and the gang-stalkers have been at this for over 6 years now.
My fatigue is most evident towards the end of the call, when my tactic is too transparent (I change my story four times on one topic, for example).
This phone call is very telling; he acknowledges that Danny and Bobby have been trying to drive me “into the ground even further.” What he didn’t know at the time was that I knew—from both taped phone conversations and people who told me—that he was working directly with them (and Spyder) to achieve this.
This is only a partial transcript (more later):
James: What's going' on?
Jon: I just wanted to check in with you and...
James: Okay, well, um, let's see...I've got three court cases: two, uh, under the influences and, then, one with four felonies—uh, robbery, uh, conspiracy, fraudulent check and possession of stolen property, all combined into one case.
Jon: Well, what happened last night?
James: Well, let's see, um...Long and I left for McDonald's, we saw, um, some police cars parked over...right...kinda by the liquor store, in that same parking lot, which is unusual. There's nothing out here except my house, you know, as far as what they need to be watching, and, so, they, uh, were obviously [inaudible] there. So, we called Bobby and we said, "Now, that looks weird." Not that we had anything to...we're doing anything wrong, per se, but Bobby gets so scared, you know, and sketched out that we wanted to warn him, you know. And, um, so, we drove back and, um, they were all over the neighborhood. So, I thought, "Ugh. I don't think we should be here, Long." Long's like, "Oh, it's no problem. It's no problem." I kept trying to yell at him, you know, "Get outta here! Get outta here!" And, he pulls up to the, uh, fucking driveway and there they are. So, we get out and they say, "Where's Danny?" Well, I told Danny to hit the road along with Bobby. Bobby was still...I don't know why Bobby was there because he was supposed to hit the road already, too. But, anyway, um, [Danny], uh, wasn't there, and they go, "Can we check?" And, I'm, like, "Yeah, go right ahead." And, they go, "Well, can we have your keys?" And, I said, "Yeah, sure, go ahead," because they're not going to find Danny. Well, unfortunately, then, Bobby jumps out from behind the hallway or some shit and, like, has a knife and won't, like, put it down or, you know, put his hands or anything, so they asked me to go talk to him. So, I did and he calmed down. I kind of know how to work with him now and, um...but, they arrested him, still, for possession of a deadly weapon and one other charge...I can't remember what it was. Me, for under the influence and that was it.
So, then, I come home from [inaudible] and Danny comes by maybe a half hour later and he's, um, breaking into the back window. It's already broken; but, I mean, he's was, like, pulling it out of the whole frame and everything. I think he was going to fix it, but I'm not quite sure. But, anyway, um, so, I called them and I said...while I was talking to 'em about, like, where my keys were and everything like that—because those are gone—and reporting my credit cards and iPod with video and digital camera mi...uh...stolen, um, you know, I mentioned that there was someone coming through. And, then, I called back later and I said, "Oh, no, no, no. So sorry. That was my ex-roommate Danny, blah blah blah..." They sent people anyway. So, Danny and I had been on a walk for almost, like, half an hour or so, but, I...we went our separate ways after we met, like, somewhere near the middle of the park. They picked him up, supposedly—that's what they said. And, they stopped me and did another little drug test thingy and I passed it, so I didn't get arrested again; but, I came pretty close to having to UI's in one 12-hour period, more or less. And, then, I guess, apparently, before all this happened, um, this girl named, Lorraine, I think it is, got arrested for under the influence, I think. And, uh, so, everybody just kinda went to jail. [laughs] I mean, like, literally everybody.
NOTE | Danny is actually Daniel Anthony Napolitan, who, in Secret recording of conversation reveals demonic agenda, apprised Bobby Malnburg of the plans the demons had for me.
Jon: Because...what happened, um...
James: Hold on! One more thing I left out. So, uh, Bobby said Josh stopped by and tried to get him to leave the house when we went to McDonald's. And, then that was it. Yeah, that's everything.
Jon: When my phone still worked, I got two messages that said that you'd been trying to...from two, like...Danny and somebody else—I don't know if it was Josh or not—um, that said that you were having trouble with Bobby and...and, in regards to leaving your house and, then, um [laughs]...I called Danny to make...to check if that was, you know, true and he said, he wanted to meet me. Um, I came over there the same time as you...you and Long went over towards McDonald's.
Jon: And, I saw the same three cops that you guys saw...
Jon: ...and some chick running across the street. I guess it was that chick.
Jon: I came back around to make sure, maybe, I could save Danny or you or whoever that chick was running after and then there was only one cop car left: the white one, stopping that chick.
James: Oh, okay.
Jon: So, I left.
James: Oh, okay.
Jon: And, um, Danny got in touch with me a few hours later and asked me to drag him out of the bush that he was stuck in and I did. And, then he ended up going downtown to meet with that chick. Then, I guess he met up with you again; but, I didn't know that you were on a five-hour. I figured that Bobby got busted for something and they...because there was charges pressed, right? And, they...they decided to go with under the influence again and that you'd be out in five to six hours and you weren't. So, we made a call to make sure that you were alright and then you'd already been released by 7 a.m..
James: I mean, I wasn't supposed to be charged with it again? Oh, you mean the second time?
Jon: No, no. This, uh...this afternoon, uh, it'd been longer than five hours without hearing from anybody or even, you know, uh, or knowing what's going on. And, I'm...was like, well, they don't...they released you by three or four o'clock and it was almost seven...
Jon: And, so, I made a call to our bondsman and, I was like, "Look, I have no idea what he could possibly be in on. I thought it was gonna be an 'under the influence. Because, he doesn't do anything wrong in his own home.'
Jon: And, um, they said that you'd been released by 7:30 and I was, you know...that was the end of it [and] I went about my night. Because, I'm supposed to be in Santa Barbara.
James: That, pretty much, I mean...more or less...[stutters]...the times are a little off, but, um, yeah, I...I...I'd gotten released, probably around, I don't know [sighs] 1, 1:30. And, then, a couple hours later...I'd say, uh, I was out takin' a walk and they...I saw 'em swooping on to my house and, of course, no one was home. And, then...so, I just turned right around and...of course, they saw me and they caught up to me and did the second test and everything. And, it kinda pissed...you know? It's all just bullshit is what it is and...
Jon: Um, what...so, Danny is incarcerated right now? Do you know anything about that?
James: No, I don't. This is what I was told, so...last night, they said that they were looking for him. They said, "Do you know where he's at?" I said, "No, I don't" and, all that shit. And, uh, they volunteered later what it...what it was they were looking...[sighs]...you know, what it was he had on him that they were looking for and I guess they said, "He has a whole lot of warrants." Well, I talked to Danny. Danny says, "I got two, and they're small." Well, then, when they caught up with me today, they said, "No, no, no. He doesn't have two. He's got a lot." So, um, and I think they're probably right. I don't know. And, I think they're probably pretty major and I think the quantity's high as well. I don't know this; but, I'm just...the way they kinda said it...
Jon: That's weird because—just on the off, like, for some reason, I don't... Two days ago, I was asked to run [inaudible] and warrants and to check it, because he needed help with something: a bench warrant.
Jon: And, the only thing that came up was, uh...they were all less than $5,000 and, um, one was a $2,000 complaint for, uh, failure to appear on, uh, misdemeanor (under the influence)—the only one that came up...
Jon: And, um, something to do with the rental car, um, but only to deal with the fact that he didn't have a license at the time...
James: Right. Right.
Jon: ...and that, that the car wasn't physically insured and [inaudible] property, the...almost like theft, but not really. It wasn't like the car theft thing.
Jon: It was like conspiracy to, uh, [inaudible] destruction of property...
Jon: ...from the vehicle. And, um, those were supposed to...supposed to be cite-and-release things. So, I guess, um...he was supposed to meet with a lawyer tomorrow and they're going to take $200 from the fund and just go to the sheriff's department and fingerprint him... [inaudible]
Jon: It's kinda surprising that that's what they brought him in for. Anyway, that chick...she's gone, correct?
James: She's not what?
Jon: She's gone, correct?
James: I think so. [laughs] [inaudible] Long saw her leave, I think. She's kinda, a little bit, uh, off-kilter, uh, tonight and yesterday night, especially. So, I was kinda glad to see her in jail. You there?
Jon: Yeah, she's...um...she...the main reason that Danny was, was leaving last night...I thought...well, it was brought to me that you were not necessarily trying to get rid of Danny, but...you, you didn't want to make Bobby feel bad by not getting rid of everybody...? But, if that's not true, I mean, that's...
James: No. Well, I mean, there's nothing wrong, per se, with either one of them at all. It wasn't like I was just pissed off and said it. What had happened was, basically, this: um, they were 1) in general, they allowed too many things to happen that they could have prevented. And, they wanted to stay neutral. But, in my house, you can't be neutral. You gotta be 100% on my side. And, then, 2) uh, you know, [inaudible] like stolen mail. I think, like, maybe they might've stopped Josh once.
James: All the other times, they didn't do shit about it when they could have. In fact, they probably participated a little bit. Um, things like that; but, the...the big thing that day was...is, uh...Bobby had hidden, um, drugs in my house, which is a big no-no; but, he had also hidden them inside a cat toy, which is, basically, your balls get chopped off. Now, the second thing is: I don't know if it was both of them or one of them or what, had been telling potential buyers of the home to skidaddle, the house is not on the market. And, that's not the case. So, when I found that out, that was pretty much, "Okay, you know, that's it." That...that was the last straw.
Jon: Yeah. So...
James: They're eating my food, they're not [inaudible], they're not paying a dime, so I said, "Fuck it!" You know? That's ridiculous. So, I just said, "Fuck it." You know? It's not gonna happen. So, they're all supposed to leave, and then all hell broke loose. But, I'll tell you: they're out. They're gone. [laughs] I mean, it's not funny, but, I mean, like, I was real...really, really torn up over the Bobby thing. Um, I was a mess, actually. I didn't care about my own situation, you know. [inaudible]
Jon: You...you gotta be careful, like, uh, as far as, uh, giving a shit about, like, the...the situation that you want is, uh, now, you know, slightly eradicated and his...his reaction to simple situations and his fear and, like, certain things that he does...like, [they're] not only irrational, but they're, um...kind of grotesque. Um, like...I, I feel that, you know, okay: when you...when you see an animal shot or wounded or something, you...you feel sorry for him, uh...but, if you're a...if you're the victim of the situation and, uh, [for the] most part—even if...even if there's slight...slight enabling's going on—that you feel bad for them...you know...they're homeless...
Jon: Make sure that you, um, you know, realize the situation is: they're actively making it so you cannot sell your home and driving you into the ground even...even further...
James: That's exactly why I kicked...oh, totally, totally. And, I mean, I...it finally, you know...
Jon: Dude, are you still...are you still playing the...are you still playing the coin that you think there's a side that involves me in any way, shape or form?
James: Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no. That was over a long time ago; but...I let people think that; but, it really wasn't an issue. Um, the Paul Casey thing...I mean, at that point, I was little less learned, I guess, and so...you know: the fact that he became a roommate: that's not what I was looking for. You know, I didn't even really say they could be roommates. They just did become them; but, um...I enjoyed it while it lasted, except for that one fateful night. But, um...it, uh, you know, it...it...
NOTE | The night being referenced is the Night of the Gun Chase.
Jon: Danny, s—...
James: [inaudible] and it was, you know, something to do, I don't know.
Jon: Danny, solo, as a roommate, would have probably been [an] alright situation and, um...he definitely just wanted a place to lay his head. He wasn't trying to, uh, be malicious. Um, I don't know once, um...once I find out what's going on with him—if I care to, or if he cares to, you know, uh, call who he's supposed to call, um...I mean, and I'm supposed to, uh, express the...uh, that you do not want to see him there and that you need to get on with stuff.
James: Definitely, yeah. There's no point in us hanging out, you know. I mean, like I said, he's fun; but, um, you know, he's eating me out of house and home and he does steal stuff and he damages stuff and I don't know if he means to, like, damage things, but he does and he eats my food and, you know, it's just like, you know, "No." [stutters] If he doesn't steal it, he asks for it; but, I mean, he keeps asking and keeps asking and, you know, you gotta give it to him eventually or just go nuts. And, it's like, I don't need that fucking shit, you know? If he paid money, this would be a perfect situation; but, he doesn't pay a dime.
Jon: Yeah, it got really weird there. Just, uh...[chuckles]
James: From the outside it looked very weird, actually. Is that what you're saying?
Jon: Yeah, I mean, it's...for...well, Bobby was...Bobby is a conundrum [chuckles] for almost anyone to understand. That guy's, uh...I hope that he didn't leave a bloody mess like I figured he would. Um...
James: No. No, um, he didn't. He kept it off the carpet and things...um, but, it was, you know, actually, um, we got along famously; except for when he would do something kind of scandalous or whatever, and then I would call him out on it and be pissed off. But, you know, I'd get over it and we'd move on. I actually got pretty close for Bobby. Really close, actually; but, um, that's neither here nor there, I guess; but...[stutters]...I see exactly what you're saying. You're definitely describing the way it would be...how it would go down [inaudible] and, uh, it would be a big problem, there'd be blood everywhere and it'd just be too much. But, um...actually, I could handle that. That's why police asked me, you know, to step in front of their guns and talk to him, you know? So, um...and it worked! [laughs]So, somehow they knew there was a rapport there; but, anyway, I'm sorry...
Jon: Okay, so, in this situation, I believe that, um...uh...Joshua would...is gonna be in Clear Lake for at least a week. Um, I'm gonna be back-and-forth from LA for three or four days. I don't think that anybody's gonna be, like...I don't think Danny is gonna be released. I don't think Bobby is going to be released. So, you won't have any problems. Anything that you'd need from me as, uh...like, before I leave? Because I'm going to be out-of-contact for awhile and I don't want to, like...[chuckles]...you know, Long...Long's a great guy in some regards; but, um...like, he causes a few more problems than he, than he's worth sometimes for you.
Jon: Before I leave, I...I'm trying to make sure there's no loose ends that are gonna, um, affect, um...
James: Yeah, I know what you mean. I know what you mean.
Jon: ...you in the coming days. Well, 'cuz, I also, too...I left you the message the other day, um...I did try to find a way to make your credit card problems go away; but, we need to talk in person because, uh, like, I...[laughs]...I'm happy with what could ha—like, what'll happen for you. You need to make sure you, uh...I don't want you to get in any kind of trouble ever again. Not because of me, you know...
James: No. Absolutely not. I, um...I actually don't want to get in any more trouble either and I'm real stupified by that whole situation to begin with. You know, looking back, I can see how just explaining it very simply would confound people as to why I even agreed to do it; but, I mean, if you were there, you'd get it. That's neither here nor there. The fact is: I did it. I didn't know, and the law says you have to know and, um...so I'm going to fight it. And, I'm gonna play dumb, 'cuz I was. And, I'm gonna play, you know, intimidated a bit, because I was. And, just the truth. This...the situation, I think, speaks for itself; but, I don't know how good of a defense that is. But, um...like I said, I gotta talk to an attorney and, uh, figure all that out real soon, because that's coming up. The, uh...the UI cases are coming up as well, and the credit card situation? Yeah, my monthly payments are really—excessively—high and, because there're cash advances, mostly, a lot of them are over the 30% APR with finance charges every month. So, in addition to the high interest rates, there's finance charges on top of that. So, um, it's eating me out of house and home, literally, and it's kind of upsetting.
Jon: When you say you're going to be playing dumb, you're talking about the situation with J, correct?
Jon: You got played in that situation by J or whatever.
Jon: Um, yeah, that's definitely what, um, my stance is on that situation because...like I said, you pick up a random guy Danny drops off and just happens to be from the neighborhood that all the family's are related...um, okay, then, 2) word came from, uh, above me that, um, Barron's been a slight problem for you?
James: No. No.
Jon: So you're not...you're not...
James: Well, okay. Whoa, whoa, whoa. You know, he absolved himself from responsibility. He said—and I believe him, I really do—he did not know this guy was up to what he was up to. He knew this guy knew...had connections in that arena, to where they could get information about individuals if they needed to—and they did. But, um, he didn't actually go there with that intent. What happened was...is he described me to this particular friend, and this particular friend is a con artist himself. And, so, basically, he saw a knock in me, asked Barron to bring him over...bring me over to him with...under a totally different premise: art...modeling for his art (he's an artist). And, um, then, segwaying right into, uh, the protection slash eradication slash informing...you know, data collecting services or whatever. And, the contingency was, of course, money, uh, abandoning my home and living with him and all that crap. He didn't get a dime and I stayed with him for the weekend and called it quits after that. Never even got a number for an attorney out of this guy. Um, but, he didn't get any money [laughs].
Jon: Did he, um...did he express what affiliation that he had? Because, um...we're getting...
James: No. Well, yeah, yeah, yeah. Definitely. So, he was, um...there were a lot of black people coming in and out, let's put it that way.
James: And they were mean as fuck; but, they don't dislike anybody. They had...what was cool about them is that they had no emotional involvement in that situation at all. They just said, you know, "We don't care," basically. And, they meant it, because, we...you know...Brent asked us to get some information for you, we'll get it, here it is. And, they gave me information that described Spyder to a T, except for one aspect: they said, "The Spyder we're thinking of is real, real dark," and, as you know, Spyder's light. And, so, I was like, "Well, everything else is dead-on. So, maybe you guys just got that wrong." So, I was thinking that whole...I was thinking that whole weekend that the person they were describing was this...you know, was Spyder when, in fact, it was this totally other different guy and, so, like, for three days, I was just fucking terrified, so...
Jon: Um, yeah, um...shit. I'm pretty much heading out of town right this second, um, 'cuz I need to be down in Santa Barbara before sunrise almost.
Jon: Um...definitely, um...I can't give...I can't give the out over the phone for, um, who you could speak to this weekend that could, um, actually sit down with you, you know, an attorney that would cost us $600 an hour, most of the time, but can handle this situation, at least with the J. Tyler thing because, uh...I'm sorry...the J thing. It doesn't necessarily have to be Tyler's, right?
Jon: Um...but, um...definitely, uh...have you spoken to Daniel? Don't speak to him today; it's his birthday and...and I don't want him to be, uh, disconcerted.
James: [clears throat]