Advocacy Services

We use covert public mechanisms to promote your institution, cause and reputation. This includes strategic planning, tactical partnerships and discreet relationships, high-tech investigative and intelligence tradecraft, and media relations solutions.
Led by our CEO and Intelligence Director, along with our network of high profile public figures, we can apply intense pressure to achieve positive outcomes and turnarounds for individual and corporate clients.

Public Appearances



Media Interviews

Public Advocacy Experience

A Public Advocacy Case begins by Tactical Rabbit’s intelligence officers launching an intelligence operation, submitting an intelligence report to the client, and then Everett Stern personally launching a public campaign on behalf of the client. Tactical Rabbit and Everett Stern have NEVER failed to successfully advocate for a client resulting in Mission Success. Everett Stern is Tactical Rabbit’s Intelligence Director, a Fmr. U.S Senate Candidate, and the HSBC Whistleblower. Mr. Stern has a proven track record of success in fighting for what is right by taking on major institutions, public figures, and fighting for large-scale causes.

Triggering Official Investigations

Law enforcement organizations are often flooded with menial requests or are too bureaucratic to accurately and quickly respond to a crisis situation. When asked, Tactical Rabbit can go public with a clients intelligence while keeping all sources confidential (including the client) in an effort to trigger a formal investigation by law enforcement or Congress. It is very important that all potential clients understand that Tactical Rabbit cannot guarantee any Local/State/Federal investigation.

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Advocacy Case Examples