We who are victims of organized stalking, group stalking, gang stalking, multi-stalking or whatever you wish to call it, need to TELL OUR STORIES to newspapers, magazines, talk shows, news websites, Hollywood actors, producers, & directors, and, most importantly, to JOURNALISTS and INVESTIGATIVE REPORTERS, because they have the power to tell the world about the horror we go through every day, 24/7..365 days a year.
Here is a list of some of the most influential journalists of today, as reported by the New York Film Academy
Write to them (Most of them have written books & you can write to them via the book's publisher)
Send them e-mails..make them as brief as possible, provide references to any articles you think are important, include links to any articles, books or websites you think are important.
"The 12 Most Influential Journalists Of Today"
New York Film Academy
April 16, 2015
British journalist who was one of the very few people to ever interview Osama Bin Laden, and who was the Middle east correspondent for The Independent (UK) for 20 years.
Currently the Global Affairs Editor for ABC News as well as the Chief International Correspondent for CNN International (Organized stalking is taking place all over the world)
Investigative reporter who, along with Carl Bernstein, won the Pulitzer Prize fro Public Service Reporting for the Washington Post in 1972 by exposing the Watergate scandal.
Woodward also contributed towards the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting on the 9/11 Attacks.
(If we could get him to begin an investigation of organized stalking, the world would finally know about "America's Most Ignored Crime")
Former anchor on CNN, Cooper currently host of his own show "Anderson Cooper 360", he has won numerous awards for journalism, including The Peabody Award and four Emmy Awards.
Host of numerous ABC new shows, she has won two Emmy Awards, the Peabody Award, and the
Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award.
(Most organized stalking victims are women, so she might be willing to investigate OS)
He won the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service in 2014 along with numerous other international awards for excellence in journalism.
He is a co- founders of The Intercept, a privately-financed investigative journalism venture.
If we could get The Intercept to launch it's own investigation of organized stalking, the whole world would finally become aware of this type of stalking.
Other co-founders of The Intercept are journalists Jeremy Scahill and Laura Poitras.
Although technically not a "journalist" perse, Stewart is considered one of media's most influential personalities amongst the younger demographic, through his coverage on pressing social and political issues.
With Stewart at the helm for 20 seasons, "The Daily Show" won two Peabody Awards.
Besides being a political satirist, he is also a director, producer, actor, comedian, and media critic
If we could get Jon Stewart to "look into" America's Most Ignored Crime, that would be outstanding.
If he chose to, Jon Stewart could produce and/or direct and/or act in a movie about organized stalking; something that the low-life scumbags who engage in this type of stalking would not like at all.
Jon Stewart left "The Daily Show", but you can do a Google search on him and find a way to contact him, perhaps through his book publisher.