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Friday, January 8, 2021

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FYI, Professor Nils Melzer has recently issued a press release about Julian Assange's extradition ruling which found that extraditing Mr. Assange to the United States would be "oppressive."  This ruling will most likely withstand the appeals process given the events of the past couple of days.  

The press release can be found at the following link:   Professor Melzer's press release on Julian Assange's extradition ruling


Good morning, 
It's a New Year and I'm working on our Third Annual and First International Candlelight Service for Justice. This Service will begin at 8 p.m. EST and is being sponsored by Refuge from the Storm Church and Frank Allen, Targeted Massachusetts and The Allen Institute for Human Rights. 

More details to follow soon. 

Rev. Dr. Millicent Black


Dear friends,

Our website has got a new face. We have updated the
website, created new pictures and sections and adapted our contact
details. About 2 years ago we founded the association IRMAETOS as an
umbrella organization for national TI associations. Due to registration
difficulties, IRMAETOS merged into the already existing association

The association ICATOR is based in Belgium, but it has people working
from the USA, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, and China. Our goal is to discuss the
topics of the Targeted Individuals internationally. We want to initiate
an international debate about torture with neuroweapons, which should
lead to the prohibition of clandestine and involuntary experiments with
this technology.

On the new website there is now also the possibility to register as a sufferer. If you want to show the world that you are also affected, then write to us. We need your name, the city you live in and your country. Please do not use pseudonyms!

We have also set up a page for evidence. There we can publish your medical reports, measurement reports, photos and so on. Please only send evidence that is really meaningful!

If you want to become a member, please write to us. The simple membership costs 60 Euros per year. If you have more money, you can also buy a support membership for 120 Euros per year. And those who simply want to donate something, you can do so in three different ways. You can find out how to do this on the following page:

Have a nice weekend.

Harald Brems, Germany
ICATOR Webmaster


There is a technical report on a hacking detection application called Wireshark by Audio forensics Specialist, Amy Holem, who is PACTS' Technical Director. The report is posted in the 'Community Bulletin Board' section of this newsletter. 


I was recently asked about the vast decrease in the number of birthdays listed in the 'Birthday' section.  This is due to a recent change in the Facebook format where I had been receiving birthday information.  In the previous format, all my FB friends who had birthdays in a particular month were listed all at the same time, including the month and date of their upcoming birthday.  

However, the new format only allows a window of several days so that only friends who have birthdays during a 5 -10 day period are listed, resulting nowadays in a greatly reduced number of birthday listings.  



"I would welcome other Ti s to Texas if they want to live near other ‘Tis. I have room for up to six Ti s who don’t mind living in a camper of their own. I am basically charging them lot rent of $399 for utilities - water sewer etc.

The property is isolated and in the country.... 15 miles away to two different cities ...1 hour from ocean or San Antonio. No buses or public transportation. But it’s quiet here and I am easy going as well.

Drama people not needed. Everyone should be easy going and calm we could meet once a week and talk to ease some of our issues as it’s always the isolation game with our perps not wanting us to talk to anyone but them.

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News and Views





Featured Video

Dr. Katherine Horton interviews

NSA Whistleblower, Bill Binney

and Rev. Dr. Millicent Black


As we begin our PACTS, International TV series, one of the regular features we feel is important is to have our stories told to the general public.  Therefore, we would like to invite those of you that would like to share your experiences with the larger community, to please send us an email or video that we could show that explains your situation.  

We feel that America needs to know what is happening to us, which may also be happening to them to some degree, therefore, it is imperative that our stories be shared.  

If you would like to share  your story in one of our episodes or have a video you'd like to share, please email us at:  Thank you!


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            Here we go everyone another round of technical information and tools for you to use for protection and analyzing your network. There are so many different types of tools that can be used for recovery of lost, deleted, altered, files in your system and network. For more information go to HTTPS://, and donations are excepted for the creation of the patent to live stream the criminal network and broadcast their telecommunications. Fundraiser by Amy Holem : Patent Live Stream Criminals, Hackers, Stalkers (  

            When working in digital investigations Wireshark is a tool that any investigator can use for investigation purposes. You can download Wireshark by clicking on this link Wireshark · Go Deep. Wireshark can be used as a packet analyzer or sniffer and analyze the network and protocols that have been installed on the network and computing device. Wireshark is capable of capturing packets that reveal signatures and information of attacks and hackers penetrating the network and the devices. Knowing how to use this tool properly is the first tool to use and collect evidence for investigation purposes. We will be discussing the capturing of live packet data from a network interface and capture files using tools such as TCPDump, Windump, and Snort. Wireshark is capable of saving, exporting, and filtering packets and is filter schemes suck as colorizing and categorizing the communications. Knowing and understanding the basics and how to use the Wireshark properly is where all investigations begin with the network.

            Wireshark can capture live data from a network and interface, knowing what type of information can be extracted is extremely important to know and understand the type of evidence and information can be obtained. Wireshark can scan TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) using SYN (Synchronize) to analyze the start of the TCP session and ACK (Acknowledge) the data in the header. The UDP (User Datagram Protocol) is used when there is no connection to the internet, used for speed, VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), and live streams connections. ICMP (Internet Control Message Protocol) which can find and fix a network also can ping/echo information and timestamp/synchronize devices. (Schoenfelder, N., 2020). Wireshark can also determine different types of attacks such as trojan horses, worms, bot software, DoS (Denial-0f-Service), and even malware. Wireshark can port scan, see BitTorrent, and convert FTP (File Transfer Protocol) and IRC (Internet Relay Chat) channels, also collect information such as IP (Internet Protocol) addresses, http (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) requests, DNS (Domain Name Server), and ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) as well. You can also choose the type of connection you want to review within different networks such as ethernet, LAN (Local Area Network), WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network), or any network that your connection is associated with using different devices such as routers, switches, hubs, DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol), servers, remote access, and even VM’s (Virtual Machine). Knowing the network and traffic that is coming in and out of the system can help secure, gather, and recover data in RAW format for any investigation purposes. (Ndatinya, V., Xiao, Z., Manepalli, V. R., Meng, K., & Xiao, Y., 2017).

            Using different tools such as SolarWinds can capture data like TCPDump using command lines within Wireshark, and capture traffic on a remote server. “TCPDump, logs TCP/IP traffic between the network and computer (Tcpdump, 2020).” Some of the best command lines to use are; tcpdump -w/-c/-s/-i/-n/-v/-vv/-vvv/-F/-list-interfaces, and capture filters such as: host, net, dst/src host, port, portrange, gateway, broadcast, IP multicast, and/or/not operators. For mail information and collection data packets from multiple hosts and subnets for SMTP, IMAP, IMAP, TLS, POP3. (PHILLIPS, A., 2020). WinDump is a windows version for a TCPDump that monitors the network using a UNIX or Linux open-source operating system. Just like a TCPDump open-source operating systems collect data in the form of a libpcap library, you can download different tools such as WinDump, Snort, NMAP. Snort software works on other operating systems such as Fedora, Centos, and FreeBSD. Once the operating system is determined depending on the software that is downloaded and that will determine what type of command lines an investigator enters. Most software installations work in a wizard format and clicking the proper fields will determine the evidence that needs to be extracted. (WinDump, 2018).

            Once Wireshark has been properly downloaded using the proper tools with the correct operating system, there are some unique features that should be taken into consideration. The save feature within Wireshark allows an investigator to save specific files from the data that has been analyzed and collected as evidence.  Make sure when you are saving the files that it is in the correct format otherwise you might lose information from the timestamp and SYN process. Timestamps are important information and evidence for warrants, subpoenas, in different regions, time zones, and jurisdictions. The easiest way to separate the evidence that is extracted is using the filter bar. The filter bar allows you to look up all queries in different areas such as HTTP, DNS, ARP, SSDP, UDP and DHCP and more. Once again it depends on the type of network evidence that is under examination of which you need to extract, the filter bar can help you analyze the specific areas faster and more efficiently. Once the evidence is identified you can choose an export option as well. This will allow you to extract in different formats such as packet lists/details and bytes, plain text, and formats such as CSV and JSON. These provide different scripts and layouts for the details and information that is collected, reading the language and the conversation in a RAW, binary, and hexadecimal language.

            When searching Wireshark using the filer the packets can be categorized in using different expressions such as a filed name, relation, value and even the range. These filters can use different expressions such as; and/or/not, integers, values, and flags to determine the protocol that links together in a string like fashion. The way a protocol works is a conversation going back and forth from an event or log within the network. An investigator can review the entire protocol and verify the information that is being sent and the understand the conversation that the network had with the device. For example, when a person searches a website it requests information from that location to be displayed on your screen. The network sends packets back and forth on the network to display the image or the website. Collecting the two different IP addresses can be calculated with a string using an expression and can data specific information on that web address. The conversation then can be analyzed to make sure that everything was validated and no interference of interception. Choosing the right filtration can and expressions will make the investigation run more smoothly.

            Another feature to look at more closely is the colorization filter within Wireshark, this can help separate and look at protocols more effectively and efficiently. The color code feature will allow the investigator to color code different data and be assigned to different addresses. For an example if you are working on a DHCP network an investigator or IT Technician can assign specific IP’s that are connected to each their own color, this can help determine any unknown IP addresses that they are connected too and make them easily more identifiable. You can also assign the DNS, TCP, ARP their own colors as well, to easily identify the category and what type of evidence that can be collected and analyzed. With added features like the colorization filter can help you learn and categorize the evidence properly. (scribd).

            As an investigator Wireshark is one of the best forensic tools that is being used today for investigations on the network. The best part is that it is a free tool that is used for forensics and live acquisitions. The best way to learn Wireshark is to go through the Wireshark Users Guide to learn more advanced and Expert techniques. Remember when retrieving and collecting the evidence that it is encrypted using a standard SHA-1 or MD5 encryption. All investigations start with the Network and learning your own system and how it talks to other devices can help protect, analyze, and collect evidence when needed.


Ndatinya, V., Xiao, Z., Manepalli, V. R., Meng, K., & Xiao, Y. (2017, February 15). Network forensics analysis using Wireshark. In Research Gate. Retrieved from file:///C:/Users/amy_h/AppData/Local/Temp/MicrosoftEdgeDownloads/d6ee0a38-ab87-4f52-9ade-b8ad83696ef1/IJSN_2015_Wireshark.pdf.

PHILLIPS, A. (2020, July 2). How to run a remote packet capture with Wireshark and tcpdump. In comparitech. Retrieved from

Schoenfelder, N. (2020). What are the differences between TCP, UDP, and ICMP packet types?. In PingPlotter. Retrieved from,and%20UDP.%204%20Packet%20up%2C%20packet%20in.%20.

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We are a very active organization and excited about all the projects currently helping the community and those to come.  We therefore, could use a few good volunteers to help us with our mission to you.  If you are looking for some way to help, the following areas could use volunteer support: 

  • PSA project: Tim Cassella - 725-221-7271
  • Phone lines  -  1-888-639-5559
  • Help with our PACTS magazine:  Gloria Sterling - 314-395-780


PACTS International is recruiting professional sales people, and people with experience in soliciting donations, paid by commission and looking for grantwriters to apply for grants, also paid by commission.  

PACTS is a non-profit, tax exempt, 501(c)3 human rights organization. These positions are paid by commission. To apply, or for more information, contact Tim Cassella Board member and CFO of PACTS International.

Tim Cassella

January Activities Calendar

Saturday, January 16, 2021 / 3:30 PM
Hollywood District Public Library
4040 NE Tillamook St.
Portland, Oregon
The first one of the year.  A happy new year to you! We made it through another one being targeted.  Yay! 

This year is the one to hopefully have some mountains moved.

See you then. Be well, brave, and strong
For questions, please call
Amy Dale at: 971-207-3401

Hosted by: Patricia Powell and Michael Hughes
Monday & Friday Nights
Time:  8:00 PM Eastern Time / 5:00 PM Pacific
Phone Number: 605-562-0400
Access code: 7660364


Tuesdays and Thursdays - 9 p.m. ET
(Time changed from 11 p.m. to 9 p.m. ET)
Access Code:   5724269
We are no longer meeting on Sundays. 

***New Group Forming
The Organizer, Patrick, is an activist & maintains the Twitter account,
"Extremely Targeted"
Patrick can be reached at:

Laura Ann is holding a Monday night conference call for Denver, Colorado TI's who want to plan a protest.
Laura Ann Email: Cell: 208-244-4977

Every Saturday: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Central and Washington, across from Urban Outfitters
We have flyers, microphone, gazebo tent with table.
Please come join us to promote public awareness.
Contact:  Lewis -  602-461-1852

SATURDAYS -  8 PM Eastern Standard Time / 5 PM PST
605-313-5569, Code# 516586
Janey is the Moderator


**Congratulations*** to the following TI's who have recent or upcoming birthdays!  The source of these listings is mostly my Facebook page, however, if you have a birthday in JANUARY or an upcoming month, and would like to be featured on the birthday list, send us an email to:

Ann-Marie Anderson - January 1
Douglas Everman - January 1
Guy Maxwell Ule, Jr. - January 1
Mary Boles - January 2
Melissa Ryan - January 2

Salvador Solozano - January 2
Linda Glew - January 3
Eduardo Balzaretti - January 4
Mela Santander - January 4
Marcelle Lewis-Carter - January 16

Freedom for Everyone in 2021!

PACTS, International

PO Box 1925

Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

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