This one does not get any simpler.
Just print out hundreds of copies of this pdf:
Which is their own document and exposes the following:
Target Corporation has a whole company that engages in KGB/Nazi unconstitutional data gathering and then selling services to the highest bidder which includes credit cards transactions, sting operations, and surveillance vans parked outside people's homes (above and beyond asset management). They have these BLACK OPERATION command centers all over the country that act as mini unconstitutional tyranny systems for categorizing all US Citizens in various "pre-crime" lists of guilt until proven innocent.
The entire practice is such an anti-capitalistic venture and a crime against basic human rights of privacy and the ability to face an accuser. In these black operations data centers full command and control tracking of Target's subjects (like the Queen's subjects) are conducted from the moment you go online or when you enter their parking lot. From that moment you and your family are electronically tagged and bagged into an Orwellian Nightmare.
Should the general public be allowed to know that Target regards each customer as a pre-crime TARGET for processing by other corporations, other governments, and/or our own Federal Reserve controlled government?
Target Forensic Serviceshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Target_Corporation
In 2006, The Washington Post revealed that Target is operating two sophisticated criminal forensics laboratories, one at its headquarters and the other in Las Vegas. Originally, the lab was created as an internal need for the company to investigate instances of theft and fraud and other criminal actions that have occurred on its own properties. Eventually, the company began offering pro bono services to law enforcement agencies across the country. Target's Forensic Services has assisted agencies at all levels of government, including federal agencies such as the United States Secret Service, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The labs have become such a popular resource for law enforcement that Target has had to restrict its assistance to violent felonies.
When arson investigators in Houston needed help restoring a damaged surveillance tape to identify suspects in a fatal fire, they turned first to local experts and then to NASA. With no luck there, investigators appealed to the owner of one of the most advanced crime labs in the country: Target Corp. Target experts fixed the tape and Houston authorities arrested their suspects, who were convicted. It was all in a day's work for Target in its large and growing role as a high-tech partner to law enforcement agencies. In the past few years, the retailer has taken a lead role in teaching government agencies how to fight crime by applying state-of-the-art technology used in its 1,400 stores. Target's effort has touched local, state, federal and international agencies.
Besides running its forensics lab in Minneapolis, Target has helped coordinate national undercover investigations and worked with customs agencies on ways to make sure imported cargo is coming from reputable sources or hasn't been tampered with. It has contributed money for prosecutor positions to combat repeat criminals, provided local police with remote-controlled video surveillance systems, and linked police and business radio systems to beef up neighborhood foot patrols in parts of several major cities. It has given management training to FBI and police leaders, and linked city, county and state databases to keep track of repeat offenders.
The efforts are part of a trend in corporate donations directed at solving societal problems. "Target is pushing forward a different model of corporate giving," said Douglas G. Pinkham, president of the nonpartisan Public Affairs Council. Others are doing the same. Exxon Mobil, for example, is building hospitals in the developing world. Cargill Corp. is building schools in areas where potential employees lacked basic skills.
Target's law enforcement efforts date back at least a decade but intensified after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. The company has applied in-store practices, such as inventory-tracking technologies, to the business of identifying and locating criminals. "In many ways, Target is actually a high-tech company masquerading as a retailer," said Nathan K. Garvis, Target's vice president of government affairs.
Some people note the possible ethical complexities inherent in Target's tight government relationships. "It is a tricky issue when firms get too close to government," said Ernesto Dal Bó, assistant professor of business and public policy at the Haas School of Business at the University of California at Berkeley. Dal Bó sees such alliances as fraught with potential conflicts, though he cautions against alarm. "There is no reason we need to say that anything bad is happening, but we do need to watch," he said.
It is typical for big companies, especially retailers, to coordinate with law enforcement in safeguarding their properties. Wal-Mart Stores Inc., for example, takes a "one store at a time" approach, in which bicycles and other gear are given to law enforcement agencies in need, spokeswoman Sharon Weber said. "We are also very proud of our outreach program with police in some cities," she said. "We teach kids the true consequences of shoplifting."
Target's approach is more comprehensive. Target has replaced the concept of "assets protection" in its stores with crime prevention in the community. A program called "Target and Blue" defines its approach to philanthropy and partnership with law enforcement agencies.
Chief executive Robert J. Ulrich made cooperating with law enforcement a priority in the mid-1990s, when crime rates skyrocketed and his hometown of Minneapolis was nicknamed "Murderopolis."
"The turning point occurred for me when I read about a repeat offender walking out of the courtroom because the judge didn't know he had a criminal record in a different part of the state," Ulrich said in an interview. "He raped a woman the next day." Ulrich slapped the table. He said he wanted to know how the man got out of jail so fast.
Ulrich assigned Garvis to figure that out, and he began by interviewing police, judges and politicians to understand why one branch of law enforcement may not have access to another agency's records. He learned that city, county, state and federal criminal record systems had different ways of entering data and couldn't routinely share information.
Read their own Corporate Document Promoting this to Criminal Government Agencies and a map of their BIG BROTHER intelligence gathering BLACK OPERATIONS:
(I do not think they want the general public knowing about this...make hundreds of copies and hand them out at Target Stores)
Intelligence: Gathered, Analyzed, Disseminated, & Managed
▪ Store Locations
▪ Community Partnerships
▪ Who We Are
▪ Corporate Command Center
▪ Merchandise Protection
▪ Forensics Labs
▪ Investigation Centers
➢ Capabilities and Overview
➢ Crisis Management
➢ Open House Resources
▪ Organized Retail Crime
➢ Community Impact
➢ Fencing details
➢ Combating ORC
➢ Case Examples
▪ Surveillance Van
➢ Surveillance video
If you are working on an investigation that has impact on the Target Corporation or where any of the above services can be provided, please feel free to contact us at 1-800-949-9999. It is our commitment to the Law Enforcement Community to provide assistance with the highest sense of urgency and level of professionalism.
Target Investigations Resources▪ Surveillance Van
▪ Sting Trailer
▪ Mobile and Stationary Surveillance Assistance
▪ Surveillance Equipment
▪ Man Power for Search Warrant Executions
▪ Product Inventory Services
▪ State and Federal Task Force Experience
▪ Law Enforcement Networking
▪ Intelligence Analysis
▪ Forensic Services free of charge
(limited local & more comprehensive analysis through a certified Forensic Laboratory)
▪ Product for Controlled Sales
▪ Online Auction Buyback Services
▪ Investigations using on-line personals (i.e. MySpace, Facebook, etc.)
▪ Covert communications with on-line auctions (i.e. Craigslist, Ebay, etc.)
▪ Analyst Notebook link charts
▪ Comprehensive fraud investigations
The Target Investigations Team has access to several reports that are not available to store teams. These reports are designed to assist with various fraud investigations by Federal, State and Local Law Enforcement agencies. An explanation of each report is provided below.
PHONE • 1-800-949-9999
E-MAIL • AP-Dallas.IC@target.com
Target Investigations ServicesGift Card Look-up
– A report that allows us to check the balance on any gift card as well as any redemption information.Gift Card Phone Number Reverse Look-up
– A report that shows any phone numbers used to check the balance
on a certain gift card. It is possible to search by phone number also. This report also queries against the Target Team Member database for possible
internal theft issues.Credit Card Purchase History
– A report that shows purchase history on any Credit Card used at Target. Credit Card Signature Slips
– A system that pulls signature
slips for any Credit Card transaction used at Target.Full Credit Card Numbers
– We are able to view full account numbers for any credit/debit transaction conducted at any Target. Store teams are unable to view full account numbers due to privacy laws. [But because Target is not a retailer, it is an intelligence agency for the CIA hijacked US government, laws do not apply, they are above the law. They are untouchable to rape you and your family of all dignity, privacy, respect, and humanity right before your very eyes, in plain sight. Everyone will have the RITE to remain silent when Targeted by Target.]Target Credit Card Application Data
– A database that houses every Target Credit/Debit or Check Card issued to guests. We are able to view application information and if
the application was completed online, the IP address can be viewed.Remote Video Retrieval
– We are able to access any Digital Camera system in the company, pull up any transaction and burn the video to CD for evidence.
Gift Card IVR Report
Date Time Phone # Employee Phone GC Number Amount
05/05/2008 7:12 PM 615-491-42XX N 041205723554479 $33.41
05/05/2008 7:11 PM 615-491-42XX N 041205090664778 $19.98
05/04/2008 12:14 PM 615-491-42XX N 041205090664778 $200.00
05/04/2008 12:10 PM 615-491-42XX N 041206231394556 $300.00
05/04/2008 12:06 PM 615-491-42XX N 041205723554479 $33.41
05/03/2008 7:11 PM 615-491-42XX N 041206231394556 $300.00
05/02/2008 10:22 PM 615-491-42XX N 041205090664778 $200.00
05/02/2008 10:16 PM 615-491-42XX N 041205090664778 $200.00
Example of the Gift
Card Phone Number
Forensic Services Laboratory System Fact SheetFacilities:
First opened in 2003, Target currently operates two forensic laboratories that specialize in latent fingerprint examination and digital & multimedia evidence (video analysis, forensic audio analysis and image analysis). The labs are located at Target Northern Campus in Brooklyn Park, MN (Forensic Services Laboratory – Minneapolis) and in Las Vegas, NV (Forensic Services Laboratory – Las Vegas). Both labs are purpose-built and were designed with physical security in mind. Their safeguards include features such as:
Card access control on all laboratory doors
Sally-port style entry
24 / 7 digital CCTV
Advanced intrusion detection and 24 / 7 security response
Climate controlled evidence room.Standards:
On February 12th, 2009, Target’s Forensic Services Laboratory System was accredited by the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors / Laboratory Accreditation Board (ASCLD/LAB) in the Digital & Multimedia Evidence and Latent Print disciplines. Our laboratory was the first private laboratory system to be accredited by ASCLD/LAB. ASCLD/LAB’s accreditation program is a voluntary program in which any crime laboratory may participate to demonstrate that it’s management, personnel, operational and technical procedures, equipment and physical facilities meet established standards. Tools:
Guided by the belief that our investment in equipment should parallel our commitment to being the “Best Company Ever”, our examiners use state of the art equipment that includes:
Justice Trax LIMS-plus™ Laboratory Information Management Software
[bVideo, Audio & Image Analysis:[/b]
Non-linear editing & processing solutions from AVID, Adobe, Salient Stills and Sony –
combined with relevant forensic plugins
Digital Audio Corporation’s CARDINAL ™
Adobe Photoshop CS4 Extended ™Latent Fingerprints:
Misonix CA-6000™ CA chamber, WS-6 Downflow Workstation™, Aura 550 Chemical
Fume Hood™ and FE 8000 Humidified Incubator ™
AFIX Tracker AFIS system
Rolfin PL5000 Polilight
SIRCHIE Krimesite Imager™ reflected ultraviolet imaging system (RUVIS)
Epson Stylus Pro 4800 printer and Epson Perfection 4990 flatbed scanner
Nikon D2X 12.2 MP digital cameras
Adobe Photoshop CS4 ExtendedDigital Evidence Management:
Equipment, workflow & standards compliant with the Scientific Working Group on
Imaging Technology’s 2007 “Best Practices” draft guidelinesTraining:
Our experienced forensic examiners are highly trained and are experts in their respective
disciplines. Their training includes notable courses applicable to the latent print, video, audio and
image analysis sub disciplines. Each examiner has been competency tested and is proficiency
tested annually. Curriculum Vitaes for our examiners are available by firstname.lastname@example.org
Law Enforcement – Frequently Asked QuestionsQ. Who does Target’s Forensic Services team provide services to?
A. The Forensic Services team provides scientific examination of evidence to Target and to law enforcement
agencies nationwide.Q. What types of cases do you assist law enforcement with?
A. We offer our assistance to law enforcement on “violent felony” crimes. Typically, the cases we assist on
are homicides or aggravated robberies. Unfortunately, we had to establish limits on the types of cases
we assist with in an effort to manage the volume of submissions against our exam backlog.Q. What do you charge for forensic examinations?
A. We offer our assistance to law enforcement agencies free-of-charge. We ask only for an agency patch
that we display on our wall as a representation of the assistance we’ve offered to local, state & federal
agencies across the nation.Q. How do I submit evidence for examination?
A. Contact the laboratory at email@example.com
. We will contact you to discuss your request and will then
provide submittal information (appropriate forms & shipping guidance) if we are able to help. Please do
not submit evidence without first contacting the lab.Q. How quickly can I expect results on an examination?
A. Each examination is different and it isn’t possible to estimate turn-around time without first viewing the
evidence. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
.Q. Do you testify in court?
A. Our examiners have testified as expert witnesses in their disciplines. We fully expect to testify regarding
any evidence that we have examined.Q. What if the evidence we intend to submit has already been examined by another laboratory?
A. Prior examination by another laboratory does not preclude another examination. In situations like this, it
is best to consult with the prosecutor to weigh the potential risks and benefits.Q. How do you ensure the chain of custody of evidence in your possession?
A. The chain of custody is maintained throughout the examination process. Incoming evidence is sealed
appropriately by the submitting agency and is shipped via a tracked courier (UPS or FedEx). Internally,
chain of custody is documented electronically through our laboratory information management system.
Evidence is returned to the submitter via tracked courier and the Forensic Services team keeps records of
all relevant chain of custody documentation.Q. Can I send a copy of evidence for examination?
A. Examinations are only conducted on the “best evidence”. Typically, that means that we require the
original item for examination. In certain situations, the “best evidence” may be a copy (where the original
has been lost or destroyed or in the case of digital / multimedia evidence). Please consult with the
Forensic Services team for more information.Q. Are your examiners active members of relevant forensic or professional organizations?
A. Yes, our examiners are members of applicable organizations such as the International Association for
Identification, the Scientific Working Group on Imaging Technology and the International Association of
Chiefs of Police.
If you are working on an investigation that has impact on the Target Corporation or where any of the above services can be provided, please feel free to contact us at AP-Dallas.IC@target.com
. It is our commitment to the Law Enforcement Community to provide assistance with the highest sense of urgency and level of professionalism.
© 2009 Target Stores (Ed. 05/09)