Evidence: Coffee at home, thinking about café Koosje (deel 3)

While my internet was down, I worked at café Koosje. Everytime I was there “they” followed me. Agents follow me 24/7, so that the royal family feels they can control my life (at least they try). On 10 Sept 2013, these two followed me to Koosje.

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In case you still have some doubts, here is the proof that both of them frequently visit the ‘surveillance post’ house ‘Nieuwe Prinsengracht 6‘. The woman is almost always there. The man on the left picture visits sometimes for whatever they need to do, to do their ‘work’.

Here are some secretly taken photos of him visiting Nieuwe Prinsengracht 6. The photos are a bit vague, but it is him with his bike to the left of him.

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And I had seen him before on August 13th 2013, when he was following me on his bike. Back then I wasn’t sure yet if he was one “of them”. But now I am sure. How many agents is Beatrix sending after me? And is she getting worth her money?  (Well, yes, of course, that is in fact your tax-money, dear reader)

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About MOL

Maud Oortwijn had been a target of organized gang stalking for many years. We believe this must stop, for her and for everyone else facing it.
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1 Response to Evidence: Coffee at home, thinking about café Koosje (deel 3)

  1. kaskaas says:

    Nou, dat is me bewijs, dame. Je hebt al zoveel foto’s. Staat de politie nog voor je deur?

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