ORGANIZED STALKING: A TARGET'S VIEW
Revision of October 31, 2009
This writer has been an activist working to expose the crime of organized stalking for over two decades, and has been in contact with other targets of organized stalking since 1996. I am a retired engineer. This booklet relates my opinions and conclusions, and readers should be aware that others may hold different opinions.
Fruitcake Employers Hire Gangs To Harass Ex-Employees
by Worker Saturday, Dec. 04, 2004 at 11:26 AM
There is such a corporation in Austin, Texas.
It appears that corporations are using gang stalking to silence employees who know too much: "The reasons for why a person is initially targeted can vary. Sometimes the person may be a political activist. Others may have been in the wrong place at the wrong time. Corporations apparently have even been known to hire these stalking groups for reasons that only they can fathom. Many times these stalking gangs may be lied to about the target, thinking that perhaps the person is a pervert who needs to be driven out of town. The reasons are only limited to the imagination. In some cases, according to Lawson, the person has done nothing wrong but is used as a practice target or as an example to others in the group to show what will happen to them if they 'defect'. This serves to keep the members of these stalking groups tied to the group through intense fear of becoming a target. It is such a terrifying prospect because the gang members are intimately aware that the lives of the targets are utterly destroyed."
Psychopath Employers Are Stalking Ex-Employees Hoping To Induce Suicide
by Worker Saturday December 04, 2004 at 11:36 AM
The rich-man's game it to destroy the lives of ex-employees and induce suicide if possible.
Just what you'd expect from Bush's America.
It appears that corporations are using gang stalking to silence employees who know too much:
The reasons for why a person is initially targeted can vary.
Sometimes the person may be a political activist.
Others may have been in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Corporations apparently have even been known to hire these stalking groups for reasons that only they can fathom.
Many times these stalking gangs may be lied to about the target, thinking that perhaps the person is a pervert who needs to be driven out of town.
The reasons are only limited to the imagination.
In some cases, according to Lawson, the person has done nothing wrong but is used as a practice target or as an example to others in the group to show what will happen to them if they 'defect'.
This serves to keep the members of these stalking groups tied to the group through intense fear of becoming a target.
It is such a terrifying prospect because the gang members are intimately aware that the lives of the targets are utterly destroyed."
Hat's the way to shame debtors into paying their dues
Published Date: 22 August 2008
By Jason Webb in Madrid
IF MORE confirmation were needed of the funereal state of Spain's economy, it can be found in the shape of The Debt Collector in Top Hat and Tails.
That's a translation to English of "El Cobrador del Frac", the name of a company which specialises in sending men dressed like extras from a 1930s Fred Astaire film to humiliate debtors into paying up. Business is booming.
"At the start of the year we noticed demand was increasing," said Juan Carlos Granda, the head of El Cobrador del Frac's international department.
Working with a theatricality that would not be tolerated in many countries, the company's Madrid headquarters has a distinctly macho atmosphere.
Its offices are full of men in dark suits – the company does not employ female debt collectors because they are not deemed imposing enough.
With Spain's economy on the edge of recession as a property boom crumples, Mr Granda expects El Cobrador del Frac to enjoy years of bonanza as it clears up debts left by consumers and companies during years of financial fiesta.
Spain's household debt is at record levels, above 120 per cent of gross domestic product, a result of the easy credit facilitated by euro membership which long allowed people to live far beyond their immediate means.
The corporate sector, especially in property and construction, is also struggling to make ends meet as the housing market freezes and the value of property assets becomes increasingly doubtful.
With unemployment of 10.4 per cent the highest in the European Union, the issue of how to get people to pay what they owe has become more vital.
Banks generally collect their own debts, but many companies with unpaid bills turn to debt collectors like El Cobrador del Frac, which buys debts at a discount before trying to collect them. It claims a success rate of about 70 per cent.
Mr Granda refers to the top hats and tails, whose appearance has unnerved so many Spanish debtors, as the company's "uniform".
"We send collectors in uniform and collectors without uniform. It depends on how the debtor reacts. If we need to do it to collect a debt, we send a collector wearing top hat and tails, so his debt attracts more attention," he said.
"If you're a debtor, I'll make sure that everyone who knows you knows that you owe money," Mr Granda explained. "Your neighbours, your clients, your suppliers. You're not going to like that."
Consumer groups don't like it either.
Enrique Garcia, a spokesman for Spain's consumers and users organisation, said complaints against debt-collecting firms such as El Cobrador del Frac were rising as the economy turned ugly.
Embarrassment is what El Cobrador del Frac is all about.
Mr Granda is now eyeing a new profitable market: foreigners living on Spain's coasts who believe they have left their debts behind in their home countries. The company is employing immigrant collectors to deliver the bad news to their compatriots in their native languages.
"At first they're astonished," said a Cobrador del Frac collector, Manfred Gunther, describing how Spanish-domiciled Germans reacted when he showed up on their doorstep in costume. "Then they do everything they can to make sure you don't come back. And there's only one way to do that: by paying."
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• Last Updated: 22 August 2008 12:04 AM
• Source: The Scotsman
• Location: Edinburgh
http://thescotsman.scotsman.com/topstor ... 4417270.jp
American Dream wrote:It's all very interesting to consider as a possibility, but is there really much evidence to suggest that these sorts of gang stalking concerns really do represent a widespread problem?
If some of the people making the complaints are suffering from mental disturbance unrelated to organized harassment, how do we sort out the valid cases?
Please remember Theresa "Terri" Schindler, who died of judicially mandated organized stalking on March 31, 2005, TORTURED by denial of water for 14 days, while "police" (behaving as Nazi thugs) arrested 47 heroes who tried to get Terri WATER in her hospice prison. Even dying cancer patients get ice chips in their mouth to ease their suffering, while Terri was denied ALL liquid. The criminals who tortured Terri to death only allowed her last rites Holy Communion ONE DROP OF WINE to make sure Terri dehydrated faster! God PUNISH the criminals in government who ordered Terri's torture!
And by the way, Terri had a number of doctors, one a Nobel prize nominee in neurology, who examined her and/or reviewed her medical records and certified to the court that they considered this 41 year old woman an eminently good candidate for substantial rehabilitation, and that she was NOT vegetative.
The MEDIA is as responsible for this crime as the "judge", george greer, by publishing the lies put forth by Terri's husband. Terri's "husband", michael schiavo, tortured Terri for over a decade by denial of even the most basic human needs. He ordered nurses to not brush her teeth, to keep Terri's window shade drawn all the time, to not treat her bed sores.
michael also continuously discarded any photos and religious items Terri's family and friends tried to give her. He would capriciously withdraw Terri's family their visiting privileges. michael is the embodiment of a DEMON, nothing less.
Terri COULD WALK AND TALK in a limited way at first, but after a decade of no therapy, she had lost some of her abilities, FAR from all, however. Even in her last days, she was responsive to parents and friends who were allowed only SHORT visits as she was being executed.
Finally, SPECIAL thanks to Gordon Watts of Lakeland, Florida who came very close, losing an appeal vote by only one, 4-3, to saving Terri by his private citizen's petition to the Florida courts!
(Does it have to be widespread to be a problem?)
From the U.S. Department of Justice special report, January 2009, NCJ 224527, titled Stalking Victimization in the United States (link to pdf):
During a 12-month period, an estimated 3.4 million persons
age 18 or older were victims of stalking. Stalking is defined
as a course of conduct directed at a specific person that
would cause a reasonable person to feel fear. The Supplemental
Victimization Survey (SVS), which is the basis of
this report, was conducted in 2006. The SVS identified
seven types of harassing or unwanted behaviors consistent
with a course of conduct experienced by stalking victims.
The survey classified individuals as stalking victims if they
responded that they experienced at least one of these
behaviors on at least two separate occasions. In addition,
the individuals must have feared for their safety or that of a
family member as a result of the course of conduct, or have
experienced additional threatening behaviors that would
cause a reasonable person to feel fear.
The SVS measured the following stalking behaviors:
• making unwanted phone calls
• sending unsolicited or unwanted letters or e-mails
• following or spying on the victim
• showing up at places without a legitimate reason
• waiting at places for the victim
• leaving unwanted items, presents, or flowers
• posting information or spreading rumors about the victim
on the internet, in a public place, or by word of mouth.
While individually these acts may not be criminal, collectively
and repetitively these behaviors may cause a victim
to fear for his or her safety or the safety of a family member.
These behaviors constitute stalking for the purposes of this
Number of offenders
About 6 in 10 stalking victims stated that the perpetrator
was a single offender (appendix table 3). A much lower percentage
of victims reported being stalked by two (18%) or
three (13%) offenders.
So about 31% of 3.4 million stalking victims report being gangstalked.
lightningBugout wrote:The notion of a pseudo-governmental agency that invests huge amounts of money in the choreographed big-budget production of harassing random citizens by imposing alternative realities on them lacks any plausible rationale. Which, I guess, is not to say its impossible.
psynapz wrote:lightningBugout wrote:The notion of a pseudo-governmental agency that invests huge amounts of money in the choreographed big-budget production of harassing random citizens by imposing alternative realities on them lacks any plausible rationale. Which, I guess, is not to say its impossible.
Bolded for realism.
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