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Use of bright lights during the nighttime to harass; alternatively, use of bright light in the nighttime, to identify. Also used in surveillance to illuminate the interior of passing vehicles during the night. Also used as signaling to alert confederates in surveillance activity.
1. Flashing of lights at specific individuals, by a large number of other individuals. "We were out brighting that fool down the block."

2. Brilliant illumination, generally with spotlights, of the interior of passing cars. Usually used to discern individual drivers or occupants of very similar vehicles. "I couldn't see who that was driving that Escalade, so as we pass him I brighted him."

3. Brilliant illumination of the interior of passing cars to allow filming with video or other cameras. "I know he was wigging and I wanted the money shot, so I brighted him with the video light."

4. Headlights can be modified to be adjustable like an adjustable rear-view mirror. This allows headlights to be aimed at target vehicles and "jiggled" to make the target car "flash". "I juggled the headlights to bright him up for the boys to spot."


by wonkster March 15, 2009
 
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Brighting used in Gang Stalking as a form of Torture or Threat
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1. Mobile
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a. This involves a vehicle parked on the roadside with headlights on facing the subject as he/she walks or drives by. The car may then drive away just after the subject sees the truck/car to further target the subject.
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b. A parked vehicle with headlights on in front of the subject's house that drives away when the subject looks out the window.
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c. An oncoming car with High Beams on in a location where they should not be used and are not dimmed!!
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The above two overt tactics are done initially to sensitize the subject.
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Then the brighting may continue by one or more vehicles parked in a store parking lot with headlights on as subject drives by or vehicles parked in their own driveways with their headlights on as the subject drives by.
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These tactics are then done many, many times thereafter to torture and threaten the subject as he/she drives by.
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c. Turning on High beams in normal driving conditions where they should not be used!!
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2. Stationary
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This involves shining bright lights on the subject from cars or a neighbors residence through the subject's window. Sometimes a handheld spotlight is used.
When walking or driving down the road, on the other side is a car or truck parked with Headlights ON. As soon as you see this vehicle, it drives off. This is a threat to not go where you are going, which may be your workplace. This is done very overtly at first to assure it is directed at the victim. This sensatizes the victim to look for cars parked with headlights on. Subsequent brightings the vehicle may not drive off. The vehicle may be also be in a parking lot or residential driveway with the Headlights on and may or may not have someone in it!
by MRGs February 12, 2006