Human Trafficking, Extortion, Violation of Human Rights, Entrapment, Forced Labor, Covert Harassment, Crimes Of Tort, Organized Gang Stalking, Havana Syndrome
TO WHOM THIS MAY CONCERN you are receiving this letter because your department, country and or division had an impact on the following events that have taken place.
On April 3rd, I left Honduras and entered Guatemala at the Blank border via walking across from a public bus I took out of Copan Ruins, Honduras. Having arrived at 6am before opening hours I did not depart the location until almost 10am. At this location I did not get a stamp to leave Honduras nor to enter Guatemala.
Reason told was because of CA4. I explain how things must have gotten to this point and refused to pay the maximum amount of what I was told to pay which is I believe to be over 1, 400 Honduras dollars.
My Explanation was as follow. I told them I know nothing of what they speak of and never heard of this before and I cant explain why matters in regards to my passport was handled in such a way to make it seems as if Im violating or breaking any laws or rules set forth by these countries I am visiting.
With the end result at the border being to just go into Guatemala since I was going into Belize and Guatemala was not my intended destination from the Honduras office manager. So I thought but I received some incorrect misguided information that may have been intentional to mislead me. We’ll get more into that shortly. So I asked what about the Guatemala border control what do they think of this process of what your telling me to do. He said that Guatemala border control is in an agreements with him because they share the same office that they can hear the whole conversation taking place. Not to mention I have been their several hours you know.
I proceeded to move along and make my way to Puerto Barrios to take the sea taxi into Belize so I thought here is proof of this was my intended destination.
Its a confirmed hotel reservation of where I planned to stay during my month I am allowed to stay according to U.S citizens and Belize agreement.
I get to Puerto Barrios only to find out that the information I read online was incorrect. Even what I physically saw under the Belize formal page on Facebook. One thing you should know at this point is that I am a Whistleblower from the United States. What this means is because of it I’ve involuntarily became a targeted individual of overt and covert harassments, organized gang stalked, as well as a subject to electronic satellite no touch torture with the abilities to hear V2K and the United States illegally using my eyes as cameras to illegally spy on innocent people where ever I go. I am forced to understand this technology invented by the United States and its properties because I see how it manipulates a person and can push talk/words from an individuals mouth that are not their own. Because of it I have people screwing me over, likewise I understand that their are followers of this technology that believe that an unknown voice that they cant see is guiding them and they are following this type of behavior to be apart of organized gang stalking to silent witnesses and anyone who dares speak up about the United States illegal activities from the MK Ultra mind control that should have ceased years ago. If non of this makes any sense to you then it is up to each of you individuals to not trust what I say but research and fully understand what I’m saying. In addition to that I am an International Licensed Investigator who documents, investigations, and disclosers can be used in a court of law.
Now lets pick back up shall we, at this point I realized that I need to research some of the things that border control claims is the reason why they was imposing such a fee on me in the first place. Having come from a mind frame of being extorted for money 90 days prior did not help being that it happen at another border.
Border claims that i violated the CA4 agreement.
In researching what CA4 is this is what I found through internet search.
Pretty vague ill say but it does not mention nothing about what they are claiming. So Ill dig a little deeper. Nothing nowhere does it say 90 days this and how it applies to United States citizens or any other citizens around the world expect for the 4 countries.
Central American Commission of Migration Directors (OCAM)
IOM provides specialized technical support to the Central American Commission of Migration Directors (OCAM). OCAM (acronym arising from the first meetings when it was called the Central American Organization for Migration) was created in October 1990 in San Jose, Costa Rica, at the request of the Central American Presidents under the Economic Action Plan for Central America ( PAECA). The creation of the OCAM initially responds to the need to facilitate the movement of people between the countries of the region and also the recognition that migration is a vital process in the Central American integration.
The OCAM also addresses the need to provide effective solutions to common problems in the field of migration. Since its inception, the OCAM has promoted concerted actions for collection and processing of migration data, training of officials from the Directorates and Institutes of Migrating, from its member countries, modernization of migration management, implementation of tools and common migratory procedures, the homogenization of foreign entry requirements, decent, safe and orderly regional and extra-regional migrants’ return, combating migrant smuggling and human trafficking and other issues of common interest.
OCAM later was incorporated into the Central American Integration System (SICA) and, in the beginning, was the institution in charge of fulfilling the tasks of Technical Secretariat was the Secretariat of Central American Economic Integration (SIECA). From January 1999, IOM assumed the Technical Secretariat of the OCAM, under the agreement signed with the General Secretariat of SICA in order to support regional activities on migration which the Commission had been doing. To this end, IOM has accompanied the development of diagnostics on the management of land, air and sea borders; it has donated specialized equipment to strengthen national databases; it has provided bi-national and interagency trainings to boder officers; and has made repairs to the infrastructure of land borders.
Major agreements executed (1990-2015) in the framework of the OCAM:
a) Central American Passport.- In February 2005, the minimum standards that the passports must have were approved which included the design, safety measures and biographical fields. The presidents supported the decision in subsequent statements. El Salvador started the first edition, which conforms to agreed standards, in September 2007.
b) Entry and Exit Card (TIE) .- The TIE is designed as a landmark security and immigration control. It was adopted solely to carry statistical control and emerged through the Statistical Information System on Migration in Central America (SIEMCA). Nowadays, the collection of statistical information based on this card is the responsibility of the Directorates of Immigration .
c) CA-4 card.- It became an additional travel document to the TIE in intra-regional migratory movement. It involved the ease of not require passports to travel between these countries. In May 2004, the presidents ordered its immediate removal, making it a mere historical and reference document of the integration process.
d) Vehicle Documentation.- The Central American Vehicle Register is still not a reality, but the paperless free passage across internal borders of the CA-4 space is notorious.
e) Central American Resident Identity Card.- The Directors of the CA-4 Region approved, just like as for the Central American Passport, the characteristics of the card that each of the countries provides its foreign residents. Using the Standards and Procedures for the Free Mobility in the CA-4 Region Manual, it was agreed to treat them as nationals, to provide free movement, to the foreigners who are resident in any of the countries of the region, regardless of their nationality .
f) Short Pass to the Coast.- Is the processing document for maritime migration flows in the various ports of embarkation, which aims to facilitate the entry within a defined geographical area to the crew of the ships and other vessels that dock in port.
g) General Standardization and Disposal of TIE by land and in some countries by air (El Salvador and Honduras).
h) Statistical Information System on Migration in Central America (SIEMCA) Project .- IOM, in collaboration with ECLAC-CELADE, implemented a project to establish an information system on migration in Central America, through the coordination and harmonization of data generated by different sources in the countries, to identify and monitor the magnitude and characteristics of international movements.
i) Modernization actions of migration management in Central America and the Dominican Republic Project.- this comes from the study “State of Migration Management in Central America: applied research” in this project activities were aimed at strengthening progress in the migration management.
For more information, click here.
Actions arising from the Presidential Agreement CA-4
The CA-4 Presidential Agreement signed between the presidents of El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua, allows the free transit of nationals of the signatory countries without using passport and with migration expedited procedures
It is also important to note that the OCAM has developed activities not only to comply with the CA-4 agreements but also to optimize its implementation. Such is the case of the CA-4 forms that, during this time, have undergone substantial modifications to adapt its format and content to new safety standards implemented in the region. Also actions under the agreement creating the Central American Single Visa for the free movement of foreigners among the Republics of El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua.
The agreement aims to create one Central American visa, standardizing the requirements and procedures for the entry of foreigners based on the classification of countries: Category “A” – exemptions of visas for foreigners; Category “B” – for foreigners who require consular visa; Category “C” – for foreigners who require endorsement of the Directorates General of Immigration for an entry visa.
It also defines the intermediate and peripheral migratory delegations, gives rise to the creation of the Committee for Certification of Visas (VUCA) formed by the Directorate of Immigration and the Directorate of Consular Affairs of the Foreign Ministrie.
Regional Conference on Migration (RCM)
Consistent to its principles to work for the most vulnerable populations, IOM actively participates in the Regional Conference on Migration (RCM). The RCM is an intergovernmental forum established in 1996 to support the dialogue and exchange of ideas and experiences for joint reflection and cooperation on migration issues of common interest to the participating countries.
The Member States of the RCM are: Belize, Canada, Costa Rica, El Salvador, United States, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama and the Dominican Republic. The RCM includes, as observers, Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, Jamaica and Peru. Meanwhile, international organizations currently participating as observers are: the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR); the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC / CELADE); the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (CIDH); IOM; the Special Rapporteur on Human Rights of Migrants of the United Nations Organization; the General Secretariat of the Ibero-American Summit (SEGIB); the Central American Integration System (SICA); the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).
The role of international organizations in the RCMis to support the implementation of some projects that governments determine, also to provide information on the status of the situation of topics of interest, provide technical advice and recommendations on specific issues.
Statistical Information System on Migration in Mesoamerica
The concern to know the dynamics of migration and its links to development, through the establishment of appropriate information systems, has been repeatedly recognized by governments in the region and has had a significant presence in many international meetings.
This same need is highlighted by the RCM and OCAM, who asked IOM to develop a migration information system for Central America. Thus the SIEMCA is created, which begins in January 2001, and is implemented by IOM. From April 2005, the SIEMCA becomes the Statistical Information System on Migration in Mesoamerica (SIEMMES), which seeks to continue and extend the progress made by the SIEMCA with the addition of Mexico to the System, and by expanding
At this point why is anyone out of all the people I’ve contact not see what the ca4 actually says and what is being pushed to believe just because it has trickled down from department to department in believing that this is the purpose indented. Which as it is written the purpose it was intended is not the purpose of how it is being used. You have extorted money from innocent people based the wrong intent. I was told to research ca4 and I have, so refusing to pay a fine or fee for something that I was told I violated which I still believe I have not where does that leave us and me in trying to continue my travels. Then I thought maybe their is some criminal activities going on because i did mention 90 days prior the Nicaragua border control did indeed try and extort money from me. One thing about this technology and people who follow is they always end up slapping themselves for trying to get over on another person. Ill start from the beginning to help you understand how I got to the point of writing this letter and having to pull in three countries governments to clear up this matter. So I may proceed in my travels I did mention I’m a whistleblower, International investigator, and a targeted individual. However trying to live my best life despite these circumstances through not fault of my own. Whats really sad is that I have to go through so many divisions and entities of your international government for something so trivial and small.
Entering central America from Dominican Republic was typical until the first week I was in Costa Rica my passport got stolen from a bed and breakfast I stayed at coming straight from the airport. When I was the only one in the home of the Airbnb host. Police report was filed. October 2019
Passport replaced moved on in my travels to Nicaragua. No issues at border
In Nicaragua I was only their for 3 days before the presidents all over the world started shutting the world down. COVID19 is here. Entered on March 10th 2020
I stayed until the borders open and it was clear to cross. I caught the ticabus that was extremely late I might add to enter Honduras, I’m mentioning this because the time frame we should have enter both borders was way off from the time we did enter. HMMM was it a shift change, was particular staff on duty. I say this because of systematic timing when your being electronically harassed they use street theater and the people that follow these gang stalking behaviors to make show downs and chaotic situations for targeted individuals. Keep that in mind when arriving at the Nicaragua border I was told that I would have to pay six hundred ninety five United States dollars ($695) in order to leave Nicaragua. I asked them for what, what was told to me through spanish translation is that I went over my time in Nicaragua. My response was yes I did because of covid19 the borders was closed, the airports was closed, and that everything was shut down I had no options, and that when COVID19 happen I had just entered Nicaragua and had only been their for three days. He continued to insist that I had to pay. I told him that I am not paying for being trapped in a country during a world wide disaster that affected everyone so why should I be made to pay for that. The border patrol man told me to take my belongings off the ticabus and that I had to pay or stay. I got my belongings of the ticabus and went back into the border lobby. I observed them being very puzzled about what to do next. When the guy came back out to the lobby to see if I was willing to pay. I advised him that I would not. At which point I showed him my International license for investigation and advised him I would now be recording and taking pictures of what is going on here at the border for my records. They guy then started running around with his head cut off saying I took his picture. I told him that I have the right to record and to take photos of evidence that I may have to refer back to at a later date. I advised him also that the amount if any that I had to pay is nowhere in the range of the price he gave me and that is extortion.
the practice of obtaining something, especially money, through force or threats.“he used bribery and extortion to build himself a huge, art-stuffed mansion”
At this point then I was asked how much do I have. What hello, how much I have is none of your business a fee or fine is just that and it for sure does not depend on how much money I have as a factor.
Then I was told that I had to go all the way back to Managua, I said for what he said because Managua did not stamp my passport. I told them that they did stamp my passport the old one. While I was waiting for covid to end and borders opened I decided to go and get my passport renewed because the one that got stolen in costa rica was replaced only with a temporary one only good for a year. Leaving the new passport without a stamp. I told them that my options are not to go back the other way it is to keep going in the direction that im going. He asked where am I going I told him to Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Belize. I also told him that my 150 dollars I just paid for this PCR test was not cheap and who is going to replace that money if I go back to Managua because it will expire. Then I asked him who should I ask for or who should I speak to, where should I go once I get to Managua. He didn’t have an answer. So I’m supposed to just go back to Managua with no information or a persons name I should talk to. I told him what is your name because when I go back to Managua I will tell them that you sent me. By this time he is upset and called out another person from the office to speak with me… I explained the situation to him the exact same way, how are you going to charge me for covid. He then gets on the phone and speaks with someone either pretending or not pretending to do so. Either way the next thing I know is that I paid roughly around eight dollars and I was back on the bus (that waited). Longer story made short of course. To find out who these individuals are you may send me a certified written request please note that I am a International investigator and a fee will be requested for obtaining photos, video recordings and documents from me to use in your investigation. My interactions with these countries here in Central America should have been for leisure and not business purposes.
Entering Honduras When I entered Honduras the ticabus helper took me to the front of the line just in case their was any prolonged problems. Which it was not the only questions that was asked was where was I going. I told to the person behind the glass cage area that understood English that I was going to tour Central America and that my plans is to see all of Honduras, then Guatemala, Belize, and El Salvador. His response was when I leave Honduras which one would I be doing first. I told him I had not decided yet. From that point he stamped my passport and I got back on the bus so the prolonged delay was not me at this border. However someone got on the bus with Covid positive results and they did not know what they was going to do with a bus load of people who was in between borders. Because the bus could not enter back into Nicaragua like that and it could not go into Honduras that way. My speculations on how it got resolved and that the passenger all of a sudden had a negative test result once retested. Im sure it got resolved because of liability and lawsuits not what they told us I’m sure.
Entering Honduras I explored and did everything I set out to do in Honduras minus covid shut down attractions. Which brings me back to the border of leaving Honduras to Guatemala and why this post on FaceBook came about
Instituto Guatemalteco de Migración @Embajada.EEUU.Guatemala · Government Organization #Guatamalanimmigration trying to get me to go to mexico and come back because of a CA4 AGREEMENT. Kinda fishy THIS #CA4AGREEMENT DOES NOT APPLY TO U.S CITIZENS…. OR COULD IT BE EXTORTION FOR MONEY AND I PAY THIS FEE FOR AN AGREEMENT THAT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH ME. EXPOSING CORRUPTION… AND WHEN YOU SAY EXTORTION IS A CRIME AND THEY ILLEGALLY TRYING TO GET ME TO PAY FOR SOMETHING THAT DONT APPLY TO U.S CITIZENS… THEY FREAK OUT… OH BUT ITS OK TO TAKE MY MONEY AND PUT IN YALL POCKETS TO FEED YALL FAMILIES. SO I PULLED OUT MY CAMERA BECAUSE THEY DONT WANT TO GIVE YOU THEIR NAMES…. SEE V2K WANTS ME TO BE QUIET WHILE THEY MANIPULATE PEOPLE… INSTEAD OF ME TALKING FOR MYSELF… LIKE WHAT THEY DID IN UNITED STATES COURT OF LAW… HAVING LAWYERS TELL ME TO KEEP QUIET WHILE THE SYSTEM FUCKS OVER ME… IM GOING ACROSS THE BOARD ON THIS ONE… WITH THEIR UNEDUCATED ASSES… THEY WANT TO HOLD ME TO AN AGREEMENT THAT NO ONE WANTS TO SHOW ME THEY POLICY IN GOVERNMENT OFFICES WHERE IT APPLY TO ME. BUT I DID MY RESEARCH. YOU CAN TELL THEY LINING THEIR POCKETS UP FROM PEOPE WHO DONT KNOW AND WONT DEFEND THEIR SELF. THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING… OF THIS FUCKERY. Them #govhoes been crossing lines. Instituto Guatemalteco de Migración https://www.facebook.com/JusticeTI/posts/1616243268584770
Sent and post on Facebook after They insist that I have to pay for a CA4 agreement and was asked to leave the office after I refused to pay. For additional investigation information as well as names, photos, videos, etc. maybe requested.
In speaking back and forth with the United States Embassy here in Guatemala and following Instructions on where to go and who to speak to this is why you are receiving this letter of complaint. I visited the Embassy, and would not be let in, but per email the person I was speaking to told me they should have let me in I’m a US citizen. When I advised the person who I was speaking to back and forward at the time via email that I was right next door at the restaurant and I could easily come back over thats when the conversation stopped.
I also informed the U S Gov website about this situation and they told me that the embassy here in Guatemala have to handle this issue and that is what they are their for to resolved these types of issues. I explained that they told me to go to the Immigration office and the immigration office claims I have to pay yet again for something that I still dont see through research on how that applies to us citizens. Long story short these people got some serious issues, It was recommended that i get a residency for Guatemala. My response was why should I do that I only wanted to visit for 90 days. Then this same person told me that they would stamp my passport but I have to leave in five days by way of airport. I told this person to pump there brakes basically how are you going to tell me how I have to travel. She told me I have to return to the United States. I told her where i go once I leave Guatemala is none of your concern and it is not up to you to decided where I go. I asked why do I have to return to my country. She didn’t have an explanation. Right because she just reading a script. Gang stalkers dont know why they saying things out the side of their neck throats. I did say I am a TI right. You know exactly when a follower of organized gang stalking is listen to some unknown V2K because they follow a script that was already in play on systematic timing before you arrived.
Bottom line the United States Embassy states if the Guatemala Immigration does not fix this issue then I would need to hire an attorney to clear up the matter. The Immigration office in Guatemala has agreed that a lawyer would be the best route to go.
At which point remember this is the short version. I advised the United States Embassy that they suggested that I get an attorney to clear up this matter. I also stated that I would be needing them to arrange this as well free of charge because I am a United States citizen and that this situation falls under the guidelines and policy set forth for Untied States citizens who are abroad and encounter situations and that my situation qualifies under those guidelines for needing assistance.
What was then sent to me via email was this and not that of an attorney. Just some more ways to go around in circles to revert back to how all this got started in Nicaragua of illegally trying to extort money.
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Please note I am not under contract or employed with any entity of the United States Government and I do not consent to no such acts that involve vigilantly justice. I am in no part a member of any imaginary society or groups of people who follow organized gangstalking. In addition since I am having to take this route and publish this written complaint to the public only because I am being forced to be a International whistleblower for crimes committed against me which puts my life in jeopardy having done so. So I can not disregard my safety in not following the rules of informing someone else if their is retaliation because of it. My only purpose was to travel and sightsee central america and of course educate others along the way in how to do so. A timeline of events may be requested as July 3rd marks my 90 days in Guatemala.
Updates available soon and pointing out harassment tactics for the TI community. The United States govhoes sure do know how to make a mess dont they when they investigating people using other people for free to do it.