Draft Copy of a fact sheet on organized stalking / gang stalking

Please leave comments! This is in draft stage – I will be adding references to it. Thanks!

What is organized stalking?

Organized stalking refers to a coordinated effort to stalk, harass, and surveil an individual. Hundreds of individuals, composed of people the targeted individual (TI) comes into contact with, whether routinely (friends and family) or occasionally (places the target frequents or visits), participate in organized stalking. Authority figures may also rely on parolees or snitches. The TI is under surveillance so that participants know where to find him or her at all times. Once encountered, participants may:

  • Mirror or parrot the TI
  • Attempt to annoy the TI
  • Follow the TI
  • Say something that would make the TI believe the person had been listening to their private conversations (directed conversation)
  •  Perform street theater/skits
  • Make loud noises
  • Use trigger words (anchoring)
  • Make abusive phone calls
  • Tail or cut off their vehicle on the road
  • Vandalize the home

Many TIs believe organized stalking is a covert FBI program similar to one called Cointelpro (1956-1971) that used similar methods referred to as gang stalking or ‘dirty tactics.’

How is organized stalking accomplished?

Organized stalking is managed by ‘handlers,’ who then coordinate a very wide network of stalkers. Most communication is by cell phone. In order to get individuals to participate, the handlers use positions of authority, threats, and/or lies and slander to paint the TI as a pedophile, maniac, or violent person.

Who is targeted in organized stalking?

Anyone can be targeted, but many whistle blowers, activists, and lawyers (National Lawyers Guild) have been victimized. Women, minorities, and patients (mental and physical health) are also more vulnerable.

Stalkers are often members of civic groups, religious institutions, or neighborhood watch programs.

Where does organized stalking happen?

Organized stalking can happen anywhere people go: retail stores, coffee shops, gas stations, gyms, parks, doctor offices, condo buildings, etc. It occurs worldwide.

When does organized stalking occur?

Organized stalking is 24/7 and can last for years, even decades.

Aren’t targeted individuals paranoid schizophrenic or conspiracy theorists?

It is possible some TIs have a mental illness; however, there is a difference between mental illness and hypervigilance. One illness, schizophrenia is typically diagnosed between the ages of 16-30 and is rare after 45. Also, it simply is not possible for thousands of individuals to have the same or similar delusions.

What can I do to help?

First, do not participate in organized stalking. Second, call your elected officials, and ask them to oppose non-consensual human experimentation, torture (“no touch torture”), and surveillance without a warrant. Third, ask Congress Members to investigate organized stalking and its potential link to intelligence agencies.

Where can I get more information?

Many TIs have blogs to read, but a disinformation campaign makes it difficult to determine fact from fiction. YouTube videos and books are other sources. While stalking centers do not yet have information, bullying organizations may.

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