We’ve updated our Poisonings Log. Poison gas attacks have stepped up again, following arrests and an eviction for which we’re apparently held responsible.
We’ve updated our Poisonings Log. Poison gas attacks have stepped up again, following arrests and an eviction for which we’re apparently held responsible.
After an 8 month break, we’ve brought the Herkimer poisonings log out of retirement. A disturbing pattern of poison gas attacks is reemerging and needs to be noted and dealt with before it expands. School’s about to start and though our criminal neighbors don’t believe it, gas doesn’t stay where you send it. They’ve gassed kids before and they’ve gassed our law-abiding neighbors before, all in their failed attempts to oust us from our home. They’ll do it until they’re gone. They’re devolved humans who endlessly repeat that which didn’t work.
Rather than clutter the blog with the commonplace of Herkimer poisonings, we’ll keep adding to the poisonings log as long as these heinous attacks continue.
Herkimer poison chemical attacks have resumed after a long hiatus. Our recent posts and videos outing gang harassment, identifying gang members and the new owner of an adjacent criminal property—Joseph Handy, 328 Pleasant Avenue–probably annoyed the local Stanley Sykes gang overseers.
It’s the usual high-pressure spraying of invisible volatilized pesticides, probably from beneath specially outfitted vehicles, like the Joyce Barton gang’s vanished sprayin’ truck. (Below.)
Attacks have been light so far. Possibly just ramping up: spraying of our backyard with poisons from landlord Jay Smith’s gang sanctuary to one side of us, long occupied by the Stanley Sykes gang, the rest from Pleasant Avenue. Toxic spraying of our front yard. From experience, we believe all attacks were from vehicle mounted pesticide sprayers.
Today I was blasted in the back with poison while bringing in the groceries, though our driveway had already been dosed with pesticides when we were out shopping.
Analysis of surveillance footage revealed only one candidate vehicle, an unfamiliar gray truck. It traversed the street several times shortly before our return from shopping at 1040 hrs, and hasn’t been seen since 1248 hrs. It is the only candidate.
“Analysis of surveillance footage revealed only one candidate vehicle, an unfamiliar gray truck.”
Here are its times down Pleasant Avenue: 1034 hrs , 1048, 1110, 1251. And here’s the vehicle. No other vehicles were on the street at the time of attack.
Law enforcement has perfected ways to detect these terroristic attacks. Those who want to make money poisoning people in Herkimer should ask, “Why aren’t you doing this yourself?” And–crucial!–what happened to the previous poisoners? We don’t know—we don’t get those emails. But it’s probably not pretty.
Here’s a recent, very visible Herkimer poison gas attack. Seems our murderous band of neighbors screwed up the settings on one of their pesticide foggers. The fogger’s hidden under that jeep next to our fence. That’s not their jeep. That’s not their house. They rent the house to the jeep’s rear, 334 Pleasant Avenue. The parking lot is Herkimer’s historic child trafficking lot, long a big money maker for Herkimer gangs.
The volatilized pesticide we’ve been getting dosed with the last few years has almost always been invisible to the naked eye, the fogger’s output probably set to an imperceptible particle size of 7-10 microns.
This stream, though, seems to be set at a very visible 30 microns. The initial range of the standard pesticide fogger is about 60 ft., visible or invisible, according to the literature. And, as seen in the video, the pesticide plum can easily soar two-stories from within a few feet of its source. The pesticide is odorless and colorless and attacks the central nervous system, as we can attest.
0:01 – 0:10 Pesticide mist begins issuing from under front of driver’s side of jeep. Note: mild prevailing wind direction was N-S. Toxin is spewing E-W toward King Street.
0:11 – 0:14 View from our bedroom cam. Pesticide fog flows through fence, toward house and into our yard. Yard is still toxic from years of these attacks.
01:15 – 01:16 View from above backyard security light as poison seeps into yard and under our back porch and toward basement door. Gas would have continued into neighboring yards, homes and street.
1:17 – 1:39 Bedroom cam. Poisonous cloud enveloping 2nd floor and bedroom window. Moving off to the west to poison other homes and street. (No one leaves their windows open here on Herkimer’s Pleasant Avenue.)
1:40 -2:15 1914 hrs. View from our parking lot light.
2:16 – 2:32 End Same view as of 2032 hrs. Poisonous output continuous since 1914 hrs. 2032 hrs – Drug runner car exits 341 Eureka Avenue rear, pauses to check out gas attack, moves on.
2:32 – End. Attack begins to taper off at 2052 hrs.
This attack lasted approximately two hours, 1910 hrs to 2200 hrs. It was staged from the rear of our law-abiding neighbors’ home at 332 Pleasant Avenue. That’s their jeep, parked behind their house. They have good day jobs and are rarely home. Their jeep at the time had been a motionless lawn ornament for some months. No one approached the vehicle that day or the previous several days. Many of these attacks seem to be triggered remotely or via a timer.
Our criminal neighbors would have noticed this. They live in the house behind the jeep—334 Pleasant Avenue—and the house to the right end of the parking lot, 341 Eureka Avenue. The houses are owned by Herkimer landlord Jay Smith. We previously outed 334 Pleasant Avenue as a source of poison gas attacks and lit up the suspected area at 334 rear. The gang then apparently moved their pesticide fogger closer to our house, using their unaware neighbor’s vehicle for cover.
As with most poison gas attacks here in South Herkimer, this one was with an odorless, colorless pesticide, released with the usual wanton disregard for people, pets and property. In our experience, Herkimer gangs’ pesticide of choice has all the symptoms of a highly-toxic organophosphate, attacking the central nervous system. Odorless, colorless, a cousin of Sarin nerve gas. Nasty stuff. We’ve tightened up our house quite a bit, so the effect of this attack on us was negligible. After several years of these heinous attacks, though, our house and yard and neighborhood are thoroughly saturated with poison.
Police remain baffled.
“Human trafficking finds both its victims and perpetrators in regions of
poverty, violence, and corruption.” Shannon A. Welch, Human Trafficking and Terrorism
Last month we met with New York State Police Investigator Jason Nellis at his request. We talked for about 90 minutes in a part of our home not yet contaminated by Herkimer trafficking gangs’ 21 months of poison gas attacks. Our conversation highlighted the inherent inability of local and state law enforcement to cope with gang-based domestic terrorism.
Nellis came in response to “the concerns of several people” in Albany regarding our widely-read series exposing Herkimer’s extensive role in the multi-billion dollar transcontinental child trafficking industry. He also addressed our nearly 2 years reporting gang attacks on our property and selves using volatilized pesticides.
It was an information-only visit during which Investigator Nellis clearly articulated why the New York State Police aren’t players in the child trafficking and gang-busting arena.
We were our usual unflinchingly outspoken selves. Investigator Nellis was an engaged listener. He didn’t agree with some of our suppositions, and we didn’t agree with some of his assumptions. It was a polite and frank exchange during which we made the following points.
It became obvious as we talked that the State of New York has no way to detect and interdict poison gas attacks on the scale we’ve experienced. No state does–states haven’t the resources and their police agencies haven’t the structure. These heinous attacks constitute domestic terrorism. They’re staged from fleets vehicles modified to stealthily dispense clouds of invisible, odorless pesticide, and from neighboring properties rented to drug and child traffickers.
This isn’t just about us. The many vehicles and properties involved argue this is a well-established, well-honed strategy for driving people from their homes, dead or alive. Houses can then be picked up for a song at tax auction, quickly mitigated and tenanted with gang members.
There was much talk of the burden of proof being our responsibility. Opening an investigation would require evidence in the form of medical tests and property toxicity reports–at our expense.
Investigator Nellis used the word “evidence’ quite a bit. No evidence, no investigation. We think probable cause should be enough to open an investigation with evidence to be obtained by the police during the course of the investigation.
There have been strong indications in the last few years of a large Federal law enforcement presence in and around Herkimer. Eyes in the sky, boots on the ground. It seems to us toxicity levels from these poisons attacks have been confirmed by lab testing and direct observation. And resources deployed accordingly.
Some big bites have been taken out of the gangs’ poison gas campaign capabilities in Herkimer. The feds have the resources for this. Drone mounted thermal imaging cameras can detect poison gas being dispensed, and follow the identified spraying vehicles and deal with their drivers.
In September 2018 Herkimer County was awarded $89,974 as part of a statewide grant to improve safety in New York. Counter-terrorism is one purpose of this grant. Perhaps a very small part of it could go to halting child trafficking activities on Pleasant Avenue in Herkimer, NY using modern technology, like the FLIR Griffin™ G510 portable gas chromatograph mass spectrometer (GC-MS). This chemical hazard identification device can quickly identify serious hazards. A single device can be shared by multiple counties and solve problems currently identified as being “impossible to prove.” Help end the long reign of Herkimer’s three monkeys.
I was remounting a security camera on the side of my house facing 334 Pleasant Avenue the other day when I was suddenly wreathed in toxic fumes from the vicinity of 334’s parking lot. As we’ve noted, several houses on the parking lot have long been home to Herkimer gangs trafficking drugs and kids. They and their allies typically spray us and our home daily with volatilized pesticides. This most recent poison gas attack during school bus pickups highlights the ongoing failure of local police to deal with this heinous terrorism.
These terrorist attacks are now in their 21st month. Local police remain baffled. State police are complacent. The pesticides used are odorless, colorless and dispensed using insecticide foggers mounted beneath specially modified vehicles. These weapons of domestic terrorism release a fast-moving toxic cloud in a two-story arch with a typical range of 60 feet. The school bus was within 30 feet of the attacking vehicle. The gas didn’t stop there.
A review of our security footage showed a vehicle parked at 341 Eureka Avenue exiting the parking lot via the 334 driveway. The vehicle carried 3 small children and was driven by a woman. This attack occurred as a school bus on Pleasant Avenue at the base of the 334 driveway was boarding a child. Here’s a video of the incident:
Woman and 3 children from 341 Eureka Avenue exit 334 Pleasant Avenue parking lot in vehicle while I’m mounting a new camera. As they pass I’m again sprayed with pesticide. A moment later, the school bus arrives and waits in front of 332-334 Pleasant Ave to pick up a young boy. The gas would have by then been in the street.
While I can’t prove that that vehicle was the spraying vehicle, there are no other credible suspects.
This poisoning has long been way out of hand and is endangering many people besides the pesky nuisances who write Herkimerpost.com.
Above is a photo from an 11/6 surveillance video, which shows someone with a striking resemblance to the poison vehicle driver gesticulating in protest at our security devices. She was apparently expressing heartfelt opinions to a man, perhaps Herkimer landlord Jay Smith, the owner of the lot and the houses it serves. (Our neighborhood criminals previously complained to the Herkimer police about our backyard light and were told that New York doesn’t have a light nuisance law.)
We’re sprayed with poison gas several time a day from the direction of adjacent 334 Pleasant Avenue. 334 appears to be housing some new trafficking gang members following the disappearance of the Sykes gang’s Carrie Ann Bass and Stanley Sykes. We’ve illuminated the previously darkened portion of the 334 area from which seems to be the origin of the poison gas attacks. The contrast before and after the addition of the LED lighting is quite striking:
Street lights with smart LED lighting are replacing traditional streetlights worldwide. When LED tech is coupled with remote control, lighting efficiency and a greener energy profile can be achieved. A recent quote from Market Watch indicates “The Smart Street Lighting Market is a rapidly growing market and it is estimated to reach $39.0 billion by 2022″. I suggest that consternation regarding LED lighting has little to do with blinding light and much to do with negative impact on criminal activities. The reason we placed the new light where we did is because we suspect that poisonings are being launched from the area around 334 Pleasant Ave adjacent to the parking lot.
It is the responsibility of law enforcement agencies to protect our village from poison gas attacks which endanger our people, our water supply and our clean air. What country is this? These acts of terrorism must stop now.
Drive-by gas attacks on our home continuing, on 4/24 we built an airlock:
This sparked an unrelenting and massive nighttime poison gas attack from the Sykes gang parking lot adjacent to us. (Earlier in the day, Stanley Sykes was heard to bellow that someone had “Fucked me up.” This as his beloved red SUV was towed away.)
The gas barrages began at around 8 pm, and continued into the pre-dawn hours. Again an odorless pyretherin pesticide. The older surveillance camera we keep on the Sykes gang barracks rear at 334 Pleasant Avenue has wretched night vision. but its infrared optics are great at illuminating gas, given just a little light, which the Sykes gang kindly provided We’ve shown this useful effect in previous Sykes gang gas attack postings.
First gas attack of 4.25-26 from Sykes gang parking lot, visible only in infrared
We haven’t seen this much chemical poison dispensed by the Sykes gang since their cascading gas attacks of last August, which sickened many along Pleasant Avenue and contaminated much of South Herkimer with a moving, poisonous mist.
Given the huge volume of gas dispensed last night,the barrages had to have involved either multiple hand foggers or agricultural pesticide equipment. Other homes were surely impacted. These charming old village homes are quite porous and can be penetrated by a Syria-level chemical attack. Most houses aren’t as hardened against vapors as ours.
We’re eapproaching our second year of poison gassings here along Herkimer’s Pleasant Avenue. We’ve had about 50 now. They’re well-documented and apparently tolerated by authorities and ignored by Sykes’ landlord, Jay Smith, who owns both 334 Pleasant Avenue and 341 Eureka Avenue.
0935 – Cat Marley just ventured out for a bit of air in our driveway. A driveby gassing attack followed within 10 minutes. Only a spotter in 331 Pleasant Avenue would have seen Marley, who is a cagey cat. Unsurprisingly many houses around us have fallen vacant, and amid a housing shortage.
Can’t spot any open car windows coincident with the drivebys. Could the Sykes gang’s paymasters have gone to the expense of outfitting vehicles with foggers affixed to the car undercarriages?
This is our first entry in our Herkimer Spring Gas Attacks log. Seems my posting of yesterday was not well liked by some of our criminal neighbors. (That would be the Stanley Sykes gang and its allies, billeted here on Pleasant Avenue. Our cameras catch some of their activities.)
We and much of Herkimer’s Pleasant Avenue were subjected to a series of poison gas attacks last night. Although we were the intended victims, the Usual Suspects dispensed gas from up the street, from the King Street side of Pleasant Avenue. Others were surely impacted.
The prevailing wind was from the west, spreading the gas down Pleasant Avenue
Multiple poisonous waves were dispensed–pesticides volatized with at least portable electric foggers. To keep off our cameras, criminals brazenly substituted volume for accuracy, staying out off camera range as they hosed the street with poison for hours.
This series of cascading attacks began at approximately 2330 on 4/23 and continued until about 0500 today. Attackers succeeded in creating an invisible pesticide cloud that took hours to fade. Its effects were still discernible at 0700 as one walked west toward King Street from 330 Pleasant Avenue (us) past four houses before returning. We wouldn’t have been the only house touched by the gas. The gas of the season still seems to be the Sykes gang’s favorite, a pyrethrin pesticide, judging from its effects, but the residue bore a chlorine odor. Many pyrethrin compounds are odorless. (It wasn’t chlorine gas: had it been, people would be dead.)
Typical pyrethrin symptoms are asthmatic breathing, sneezing, nasal stuffiness, headache, nausea, loss of coordination, tremors, convulsions, facial flushing and swelling, and burning and itching sensations. Small children are especially vulnerable.
We haven’t experienced an attack as wanton and depraved as this since a mega poison gas attack of last August, which affected much of South Herkimer, immersing it in a rolling fog of multiple pesticides one muggy summer’s night. It left behind sick people, dead cats and toxic yards.
Rather than choke the blog with multiple poisoning, we’ll do what we did during last year’s poison gas campaigns, updating this post as needed and using it as a living document.
Off to wash my gas mask and have some medicinal cognac. (That military training stays with you.)
Herkimer poison gassings are back. Yesterday’s nice weather signaled the start of the neighboring Stanley Sykes gang’s spring poisoning offensive. They seem to have been provoked by our gardening in our rear and front yards–certainly this sparked some hard looks from their delivery folks in the adjacent parking lot of Jay Smith’s 334 Pleasant Avenue:
Stanley Sykes gang couriers at ease. 334 Pleasant Avenue 4.22.18
The first attacks were in the morning from the west. They followed the usual pattern of an insecticide hand fogger dispensing an odorless pyrethrin mist from into our backyard, probably from within the circle noted on the map in a March posting. As with previous such attacks, it was signaled by the Sykes gang vanishing into their Jay Smith rentals.
The second of attack of yesterday occurred while we were out, between 1500 and 1608. We returned to find our driveway filled with poison gas. Shortly afterwards, a young woman who appeared to be the Herkimer Hand Maid was seen looking very pleased with herself, on the sidewalk between the empty lot at 327 Pleasant Avenue and 325 Pleasant Avenue. (The Hand Maid was “referred to services” by the Herkimer Police following her death threat of 9/17/17 against Herkimer Post editor Linda Kaidan, who’d refused to close her bedroom window when ordered to by the Hand Maid. Who was in front of 331.)
Many previous poison gas attacks have been triggered merely by our opening our front door. We assume there’s a Sykes gang affiliated spotter across the street in 331 Pleasant Avenue; it’s the only occupied house within line of sight of our doorway. The folks on the first floor of 331 are just folks. The 2nd floor, though, has long been tenanted by a known Sykes gang associate, who’s also seen with the Creepy Stalking Meth heads, and the Herkimer Hand Maid. Given the numerous police visits to his apartment ,he’s probably no stranger to the law.
I’m working on completing a major project today but will go through the camera feeds later.
Herkimer gas attacks have resumed here on Pleasant Avenue and are blossoming with Spring. Having failed to drive us from our house and been only moderately successful in poisoning us in our beds over the last year, our murderous band of neighbors are trying to deny us our backyard.
When we’re out back for more than a few minutes, a poisonous insecticide rolls in. It’s odorless, colorless, its familiar symptoms those of pyrethrim: tongue and lip numbness, drooling, lethargy, itching, short term memory loss, muscle tremors, respiratory problems. The gas quickly disperses, but the symptoms linger for hours. It comes from the direction of King Street.
Assuming its misted from the west of our yard by an easily-concealed handfogger, the pesticide is dispensed toward us from within the circle on the map. The smaller, easily hidden pesticide foggers have a coverage area of 5,000 square feet, according to the handfogger directions. We’re easily in range from any part of that red circle.
The gas creeps in when we’re out of line of sight of the neighboring yards. This requires spotters–that would be the Sykes gang, long comfortably nested in landlord Jay Smith properties on the other side of us. (See map.) The two houses to S. Sykes left and the one to his right are vacant. (The guys in 332 Pleasant work during the day.) Indeed, over time there’s been a creeping plague of vacant houses overlooking or near the Sykes gang’s domain. This is symptomatic of a ruthless and depraved criminal enterprise expanding it’s turf. Were the houses’ occupants gassed, or did they just think it healthier to move?
Looking at the gassing map (below), the immediate reason for poisoning us is obvious: our house and its cameras look right down the throat of the Stanley Sykes gang’s empire of dirt surrounding the parking lot. (They frequently complain they’ve paid for the right to traffic there and that we need to be gone and they’ll soon see us on our way.)
3/30/18 1200 hrs. Warm day. Gassed in backyard from the direction of King Street as we stood on backstairs. Only direction not within sight or fully fully covered by cameras.
3/11/18 Installing light on back steps when yard misted with pyrethrim. Usual symptoms. Attack appeared to come from backyard several houses down Pleasant Avenue from the King Street side, given prevailing wind and that I was watching immediately adjacent houses and yards on Pleasant and Eureka Avenues as worked.
Driveby poison gas attacks from Pleasant Avenue: none noted since the 2/27/18 attack reported by Linda Kaidan in her post.
Yeah, not many yet. Endured about 50 last year. How many poison gas attacks are acceptable? We expect more gas attacks as the weather gets nicer and we’re outside more often, improving our security and expanding our wealth of Herkimer crime YouTube offerings.
In 2017, a sudden surge in new readers caused Herkimer Post views to soar. Those stats follow below. First we’d like to celebrate our most successful article ever, with a big tip of the hat to Facebook News Feed, which picked up our 12/11/17 article Herkimer Poison Gas Attacks Fade – Good News, Bad News . The posting itself on that day alone triggered 591 views of our articles, featuring some of Herkimer’s core of coddled criminals.
Reading our latest Herkimer poison gas attack posting, many of our new Herkimer Post readers and referrers followed and shared the links to blog mistress’ Linda Kaidan’s YouTube channel, which over the next few days had 3,932 views of our Pleasant Avenue neighbors Curtis Cool, Joyce Barton, the Stanley Sykes Gang, the Creepy Stalking Meth Heads and Herkimer’s Historic Crack House Keeper.
YouTube viewers watched agog as 7,119 minutes of Herkimer street assaults, elder abuse, poison gas attacks and a street gang rampage rolled across their screens. Our videos received one Like, and 35 Dislikes. (The latter are about the number of estimated drug dealers and child traffickers and exploiters within a two-block area of our Pleasant Avenue home. )
4,513 Social Media Engagements from 1
Herkimer Poison Gas Attacks Post
From 12/11-12/13/17, almost 4,000 viewers watched Herkimer’s traditional lawlessness parade past on footage we captured within with 40 feet of our home, here on Herkimer’s unfortunately-named Pleasant Avenue. Not counting my 75k Twitter followers, we had 4,532 Herkimer Post social media engagements from that one Herkimer poison gassing post.
Our Herkimer crime YouTube channel is now self-sustaining, with the majority of viewers coming via referral from YouTube affiliated sites or from previews embedded in our videos. If the Herkimer Post vanished today, our viewership would continue to soar, so great is the human fascination with the grotesque.
Herkimer’s iconic Curtis Cool’s antics are responsible for about 50% of all our Herkimer crime video views. Assaults and trafficking by the Stanley Sykes gang, Joyce Barton and Herkimer’s Historic Crack House Keeper account for most of the rest. (The Sykes’ gang is trending nicely. ) With Facebook News now taking an interest in our blog, we hope the influx of new readers and viewers will continue to send the Herkimer Post soaring as we offer fresh, newsworthy Herkimer crime insights.
There’s been a concerted effort by the Herkimer Police and Herkimer’s -legacy criminals to avoid creating arrest-worthy, video-worthy incidents. But only when the Sykes’s and the Bartons and their trafficking are gone from Herkimer’s Pleasant Avenue will the street become fully habitable again and real estate salable.
The waves of poison gas attacks of last year have settled into a war of attrition, with snipers surrounding us; executing pesticide attacks from hand foggers whenever we venture out. The gas of course rolls on down the street over law abiding people and pets.
Taking a property off of the market and then renting it to criminals who spray poisons is not a winning sales strategy.
A ‘Speak no evil’ philosophy empowered this criminal stronghold. While Justice Brandeis has given effective advice – “Sunlight is the best disinfectant”. As Herkimer Post views surge, we provide this sunlight.