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STOP GANG STALKING
Gang stalking (also called "group stalking," "terrorist stalking," "vigilante stalking," "organized stalking," "community-based harassment," and "cause stalking") is a total-assault paradigm, a parallel "justice system." It is carried out by right-wing hate-extremist groups. The gang stalking paradigm includes (but is not limited to):
- verbal threats
- pets are killed.
- physical assault
- derogatory name calling
- harassing emails and phone calls
- mail is stolen, damaged, or delayed.
- residences and vehicles are vandalized.
- the stalkers commit crimes and blame them on the target.
- targets are harassed while driving, and vehicles are sabotaged.
- the same harassment happens every day, day after day, year after year.
- a large group of stalkers, each of whom does a portion of the stalking-attacks
- black and white patrol cars, fire dept. vehicles, and taxis follow the target around.
- persistence: the stalkers follow the target as he/she moves to other cities or states.
- some law enforcement officers and firefighters participate in the stalking-harassment.
- the stalkers use lies, money, and intimidation to get nongroup members to attack the target.
- goals: Identify, Vilify, Nullify, and Destroy the target: from "Cause Stalking" by David Lawson
- many of the attacks are synchronized to happen precisely as the target does something, e.g. leaves his/her residence.
- 24 hour surveillance, every day. Among other things, the stalkers, working in shifts, sit in their vehicles parked around the target's residence.
- disinformation: stalkers will present themselves as gang-stalking victims and make bizarre claims to discredit other victims and mislead the publlic.
- "street theater": staged skits designed to frighten and upset the target. In aggressive versions, the target is physically assaulted while the other stalkers act as "witnesses."
- "slander campaign": the foundation of gs. The stalkers go to everyone the target interacts with (family members, coworkers, neighbors, etc) and spread lies: that the target is a homosexual or a criminal of some type. This is an effective tactic because most people can't even imagine that a stranger would lie to them.
- the stalkers present themselves as members of a "civic organization" which works with law enforcement and monitors terrorists or other criminals. The stalkers may use fake badges or fake "official files" to convince people that the target is a criminal.
- "noise campaign": very frequent sounds (sirens, car alarms, beeping sounds, loud engine accelerations, loud booming sounds [from vehicles], etc) which follow the target everywhere.
- the stalkers target people they see as not conforming with their version of "normality," homosexuals, members of "left-wing" (e.g. peace, civil rights, environmental) organizations, whistleblowers, people who live "alternative lifestyles" or have angered a member of the group, and "targets of opportunity."
- "Terrorist Stalking in America" (2001) by David Lawson
- "Protectors of Privilege" by Frank Donner at www.ucpress.edu/books/pages/4780.html
- weekly gang stalking conference call: 1-218-862-6400 4436672#: Friday 6pm Pacific time.
- "My Life Changed Forever: The Years I Have Lost as a Target of Organized Stalking" (2008) by Elizabeth Sullivan, at www.amazon.com/
- "Cause Stalking" (2007) by David Lawson P.I., the best single source of information on gang stalking, at www.causestalking.net/ or www.amazon.com/