As promised, I am posting the story of the intimidation I encountered. I read @TheAnonMessage's tweets about being kidnapped and it brought to mind my experience.
Back in November 2011 I would be on my computer and I would hear a loud pickup truck go down the street. Didn't think much of it until I heard it again. I looked out the window and watched. It would go in front of my house at around 08 kilometers per hour / 05 miles per hour. Creeping. Didn't seem to creepy or anything until it turned around and passed my home 3 more times and then drove off. Keep in mind this was at around 12:00 am.
It seemed creepy that first time, didn't think about it much the next day. Well that night the pickup truck was back. Same time, same speed. It was also back the following night, and the night after. By this time I was really getting paranoid, and those few confidantes that I had told about my exploits online, thought I was just being a nut. This whole thing went on for a week, and I started to fear for my life. It was a beat up pick-up truck, probably a 1995 Chevrolet pick-up truck, couldn't see it well at night.
So all this time people thought I was nuts. I had my friend staying the night one night, and I was telling them about the pick-up truck, right after I told them, we heard the pick-up truck. My friend was like "so what?" and I said "Just watch and wait, it will pass two more times" We watched and waited, passed once, passed twice. My friend got big eyes and said they were creeped out. The creep factor rose even more when the pick-truck pulled up behind my house and cut the engine. I peeked out the blinds of my window and I could see the guy sitting in his truck. He looked to be in his early to mid 40's, short cropped dark hair (I couldn't see as it was dark, but I am guessing he had brown hair) and a mustache. He was sitting in his truck staring at my house. He didn't do anything other than sit in his car. My friend said I should call the police, but I told them that it would do us no good. The man sat in his car for about 10 to 15 minutes, started his car up and drove off.
That is just the scariest incident that I have had. Another time, there was a dark Ford Crown Victoria parked in my driveway. No markings or police lights or anything. It sat there for an hour. No one was in it. I called the cops thinking it might be a stolen car, plus I didn't want it in my driveway. I call the cops, and they said they would send a squad car out and check it out. It took 30 minutes for the cop to get there, so the car was there for an hour and a half. Just when the police car arrived these men showed up in casual professional attire, talked to the police officer, got in their car and drove off. The police officer didn't talk to me, just drove off. Normally around here, they let you know what is going on.
So those are my experience of Federal and possibly Private Sector intimidation.