WHAT IS AMERICA'S MOST IGNORED CRIME?
The most ignored crime in America today is Organized Stalking, aka "Gang" Stalking.
The police ignore it, and don't even consider it to be a "real crime."
The American mainstream media ignores it, and refuses to ever cover this type of stalking, although "one-on-one" stalking cases are reported and covered as "news."
With very few exceptions, federal, state and local politicians also ignore it, and usually don't even answer letters, phone calls or e-mails from their constituents; or they send back "form letters' "thanking the sender for contacting them."
Family and friends of victims of organized stalking usually ignore it as well, often using it as an excuse for advising the family member or friend to "seek psychiatric help."
Well, the facts are clear.
Organized Stalking, Gang Stalking, Multi-Stalking, or whatever one wishes to call it is a very real crime with hundreds of thousands of very real victims.
In 2009, the United States Department of Justice published a Special Report titled:
"Stalking Victimization in the United States" (Pub # NCJ 224527)
More than 3, 400,000 people reported being stalked during the 12-month study period of this stalking survey.
The number of stalking victims who reported a single stalker during the 12-month study period was 2,111,220 or 62 percent
The number of stalking victims who reported 2 stalkers during the 12-month study period was
619,300 or 18 percent.
The number of stalking victims who reported between 3 and 10 stalkers during the 12-month study period was just over 400,000 or 11.5 percent.
The number of stalking victims who reported between 11 and 50 stalkers during the 12-month survey period was over 45,000 or 1.4 percent.
The number of stalking victims who didn't know how many stalkers they had was in excess of
220,000, or 6.5 percent.
Even if one were to assume that occasionally a single stalker might ask a friend to "help with the stalking," that still leaves more than 665,000 stalking victims who reported having between 3 and 50 stalkers or who didn't know how many stalkers they had.
This 665,000 figure is very important,
WHY is this 665,000 figure so important?
Looking at these DOJ numbers, a reasonable person might assume that at least "some" of those stalking victims who reported between 3 and 50 stalkers during the 12-month study period might not have actually been stalking victims at all; but who merely were being "paranoid" in thinking that "people were following them wherever they went."
For the sake of argument, let's assume that 10 percent of the 665,000 stalking victims who either reported between 3 and 50 stalkers, or who "didn't know how many stalkers they had" WERE truly "paranoid" or "crazy".
That still leaves well over half a million stalking victims reporting between 3 and 50 stalkers or not knowing how many stalkers they had during the 12-month study period.
FOIA documents obtained after the 2009 stalking survey was published show that the United States Justice Department:
"misled the American public by omitting material facts about gang stalking, Furthermore, there were several survey methodology errors that grossly underestimated the extent of the problem."
(FOIA Request # 10-00169)
Why would DOJ "omit material facts about gang stalking" and "grossly underestimate the extent of the problem"?
Perhaps the answer is that the United States Department of Justice doesn't want the American public to know that "gang stalking is real" and that the number of gang stalking victims is actually in the hundreds of thousands, perhaps as high as 500,000 or more.
WHY wouldn't DOJ want the American public to know "the truth" about this type of stalking?
Are they "covering up" important facts about this type of stalking?
Could it be that organized stalking is a top-secret COINTELPRO-type of program that is being run by the Justice Department, and the FBI, and other intelligence agencies such as the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the National Security Agency (NSA)?
As reported on this website last year (June 2, 2015)
"Scores of low-flying planes circling over American cities are part of a civilian air force operated by the FBI and obscured behind fictitious companies, the AP has learned."
Also from last year
"FBI Confirms Wide Scale Use Of Surveillance Flights Over U.S. Cities"
From June 5, 2015
"What An NYPD Spy Copter reveals About The FBI Spy Planes"
From June 12, 2015:
"FBI Admits It Use Fake Companies To Fly Surveillance Over US Cities"
From April of this year comes this article from "BuzzFeed"
"America Is being Watched from Above: Government Surveillance Planes Routinely Circle Over Most major US Cities"
On April 10, 2016, I posted the following on this website:
"FBI Surveillance Planes, or FBI Torture Planes?"
As someone who has been investigating "America's Most Ignored Crime" for the past 7 years, it is my contention that many of these "mysterious spycraft over US cities" are actually doing something other than merely "spying" on Americans.
When an FBI aircraft slowly flies in a counter-clockwise circle over a neighborhood or a particular house during the day or at night, it "could" be doing "surveillance."
But when one of these "mysterious aircraft" registered to "dummy companies" flies very low over someone's home at 6 AM....it's quite likely NOT doing "surveillance"..but something much more sinister....it's doing "psychological torture"
The purpose of such very early morning low altitude flights over a particular house is not to "spy" on the house; but to "wake up" whomever is in the house.
"Sleep deprivation" is a form of "torture"
Flying low over a "target's home at 6 AM is "punishment" not "surveillance."
Why did the U.S. Department of Justice "mislead the American public about the extent of gang stalking" in the 2009 Stalking Survey?
Perhaps the Justice Department, as well as the FBI, DHS, NSA and other intelligence agencies, are themselves INVOLVED in this type of stalking.
That would explain why the Justice Department has never prosecuted a multi-stalker case.
That would explain why letters, phone calls and e-mails to the FBI from victims of this type of stalking usually go unanswered.
That would explain why the DOJ-funded "Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) offers all kinds of assistance for stalking victims who report a single stalker, while those stalking victims who report multiple stalkers are told: "OVC does not provide any direct assistance to victims of multi-stalker incidents."
What can we as victims of this type of stalking do about this?
1st) Gather evidence
Take photos of your stalkers, use your cell phone, use video cameras, use surveillance cameras if you can afford them.
Get license plate numbers of those who are following and/or harassing you.
Get friends or family to witness for themselves what is being done to you.
Multiple eyewitnesses are much better than "your word against their's"
The more evidence you have, the better, especially if you decide to go to the police and ask them for help
2nd) Write letters, send e-mails, make phone calls to EVERYONE..
-- Your local elected representatives
-- Your state elected representatives
-- Your Congressperson and your two U.S.Senators
-- Your local newspaper
-- Your local radio and TV stations
-- National newspapers, magazines, major TV networks, NPR etc.
-- Organizations that might be able to help such as the ACLU
3rd) Contact the following, asking for help (be polite and keep it brief)
-- The United States Department of Justice
Write DOJ at:
U.S. Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20530-0001
Comment line: 202-353-1555
DOJ Main Switchboard: 202-514-2000
Send an e-mail to Attorney General Loretta Lynch at:
Contact the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington D.C.
By telephone 202-324-3000
935 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20535-0001
Contact the FBI Field Office nearest you
(Or look in your White Pages under "U.S. Government")
-- The White House
Comment Line 202-456-1111
Send an e-mail to President Obama
What is America's Most Ignored Crime?