constitutional law in order to prepare for the legal fight against targeting.
Prior to being targeted, Jack climbed the Seven Summits, which is the highest mountain on each of the seven continents, in just three-and-one-half years, summiting each on his first attempt. He joined an elite group of about 200 climbers in the world to accomplish this feat. During the record, Jack discovered that, according to all the cartographers and atlas makers, including National Geographic, all the other climbers climbed the wrong mountain on the continent of Australia/Oceania. Jack then climbed the correct mountain, making Jack the first person in the world to climb the correct Seven Summits, changing world climbing history. Months after setting this record, the targeting to Jack began.
Hope began noticing elements of group stalking in 2014 but didn’t discover that it was part of an organized program until 2016 when she realized that she also was being attacked with various forms of directed energy. She does not know when the stalking or directed energy attacks officially began. She also does not know why she was chosen as a target.
In late 2015, Karen was subjected to attacks with Directed Energy Weapons (DEWs) which continue to this day. She has vowed to continue fighting to reveal and stop this depraved and subversive government program and assault on liberty, dignity, and the very existence of humanity.
Ann-Marie Anderson, Adviser
Ann-Marie Anderson, Esq. is a second generation graduate of the top-5 University of Michigan Law School and earned her B.A. from Albion College, graduating Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude. She holds the country's highest legal rating for ability and ethics (AV Preeminent Martindale-Hubbell rated) and is an elected member to "America's Top 100 High Stakes Litigators". She has more than 23 years legal practice experience including with large international law firms (Squire Patton Boggs, LLP), as a law firm partner, as general counsel of publicly traded technology corporations (Silicon Valley and Scottsdale), as an Assistant Attorney General and she serves as a mediator. Her broad practice experience includes investigating, prosecuting and defending securities litigation, government and regulatory matters, construction, aviation/airport representation, corporate, m & a, government investigations, administrative, education and other areas. She has represented large U.S. based multinational and international publicly traded and private corporations, government entities, professional sports teams and educational institutions in the following industries: Technology, securities/investments, aviation, utilities, ERISA, insurance, renewable energy, automotive, international, finance, commercial real estate, healthcare, construction, sports and others.
She has substantial national leadership and speaking experience (including lecturing at the Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, the University of Michigan Law School, Arizona Technology Council, Phi Beta Kappa Academic Society, State Bar of Arizona and various Certified Public Accounting Societies) and appears in national business and legal publications, including the Wall Street Journal, Detroit News, Yahoo! Finance, Businessweek, Crain’s and others. The State Bar of Arizona has twice awarded her its "Outstanding Leadership" Award (2013, 2017).
She is also an accomplished athlete, playing 4 years of varsity NCAA collegiate tennis (#1 singles and captain), winning multiple state singles championships and qualifying for various United States Tennis Association regional and national championships while previously serving as a tennis professional at private clubs.
Ann-Marie is not legal counsel to Targeted America, nor does she represent Targeted America nor its members, constituents, leaders, advisors, partners, affiliates or the like. She offers no legal advice nor legal opinion on anything related thereto, including, but not limited to any matter set forth on its website.
Board and Officer Positions
Ann-Marie serves as chairman or president of numerous boards of directors, including:
Professional Associations, Activities and Honors
7 Project Plans at a time, working with all levels of management and suppliers. Later in her career, she was the only women to be promoted into a Sales Representative position for one of the largest paint companies in the world. She has a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration.
Sue's targeting started in 2014 in the form of stalking, which followed her from one state to another. Attacks with various Directed Energy Weapons (DEWs) began in 2017. She filed for a Personal Protection Order but it was denied.
Sue authored the “Targeted Individual Resource Guide” for the community.