WHAT IS ORGANIZED STALKING?
Organized Stalking, aka Gang Stalking or Multi-Stalking, is intense, long-term, covert surveillance and harassment of a targeted individual.
Domestic counter-surveillance operations of this type are perpetuated by federal agents and contractors, sometimes with the support of state and local law enforcement personnel.
The goal of such covert operations is to "subvert" or "neutralize" an individual deemed to be an "enemy" or "potential enemy."
Although the term "gang stalking" is misleading, it is accurate in the sense that the perpetrators ---- law enforcement and intelligence agencies, and private security thugs -- do often function in the manner of criminal gangs.
Although they sometimes conduct their operations under the color of law, many of their activities have neither constitutional or moral legitimacy.
This is true of all the likely major perpetrators of organized stalking in the USA:
the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. military counter-intelligence agencies, state and local Law Enforcement Intelligence Units (LEIUs), and security contractors.
All of these groups -- and other federal intelligence agencies such as the CIA and NSA -- have well-documented histories of abusing their powers.
The covert tactics used by the perpetrators of organized stalking are quietly being used to suppress dissent, silence whistle-blowers, and get revenge against persons who have angered someone with connections to the public and private agencies involved.
The most well-documented example of such operations was the FBI's infamous COINTELPRO (Counter-Intelligence Programs) under the direction of J. Edgar Hoover.
These operations ran from 1956 until 1971, when they were exposed by political activists who broke into an FBI office and obtained secret documents which they handed over to the media.
COINTELPRO's official goal was to "expose, disrupt, misdirect, discredit or otherwise neutralize" individuals deemed to be subversive.
As the United States Senate (Church Committee) investigation of COINTELPRO found, tactics used by the FBI included many of the methods associated with organized stalking, such as overt surveillance (stalking for psychological operations purposes).
The FBI even perpetuated such crimes as blackmail and assassinations.
Organized Stalking methods include warrantless electronic surveillance, slander, blacklisting, and a variety of psychological operations (Psy Ops).
An organized stalking victim is systematically isolated and harassed in a manner intended to cause sustained emotional torment while creating the least-possible evidence of stalking that would be visible to others.
This process is often referred to as "no-touch torture."
Methods are specifically chosen for their lack of easily-captured objective evidence.
Perpetrators use common annoyances such as honking horns, constant noise by neighbors, or rude comments and abusive behavior by strangers, but on a frequent, long-term basis.
The cumulative effects of relentless exposure to such tactics can amount to psychological torture for the victim.
A whole set of psychological operations are perpetuated against targeted individuals.
These methods include such things as threats, slander, vandalism, abusive phone calls, computer hacking, tormenting the victim with noise, and "mobbing" (orchestrated harassment by strangers, neighbors or co-workers).
Accounts by numerous victims of organized stalking share common specific details -- suggesting that the perpetrators are following a well-tested and standardized playbook of methods that have proven to be easily kept off the radar of potential witnesses and the mainstream news media.
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