Awareness of gang-stalking is growing as more and more victims tell their stories on-line. A growing number of websites describe the phenomenon and many have made progress proving the connection between law-enforcement and gang-stalking. This is excellent progress. We have more information about the parties behind the stalking. We have more information about the useful idiots who assist in the stalking without actually knowing why they are doing it. And, of course, we have information about the victims. What has not been well addressed is the question of what a person should do if they are approached by gang-stalkers regarding a victim.
When police departments or intelligence agencies are gang-stalking a victim, they make contact with important people in the life of the target. The target's employer will be contacted. False or exaggerated "information" about the background of the target will be passed onto the employer. Law enforcement will create the illusion, either explicitly or implicitly, that the target is the subject of some kind of investigation, even when no such investigation exists. The intent is to get the target fired from his or her job. The employer will be told that he/she must not inform the target about the investigation or the information provided to the employer.
In my own case, the main party behind the stalking, a former friend and spy for the Defense Intelligence Agency, even contacted my best friend and fed her various lies, under the false claim of an investigation, and threatened her if she told me what we going on. That friend disappeared from my life and told me only that she could not tell me why, that she really wanted to tell me why, but that she absolutely was not allowed to. That was in 1994.
Thinking about this and knowing that it took until 2007 to identity with certainty the party behind the stalking, I must say that I am very angry at this former friend (Kris). Had she shown some courage and loyalty in 1994, I could have put an end to the stalking then and there by taking legal action against the stalker.
The stalker contacted my employer in 2000. My employer did not tell me about the contact. However, his behavior towards me changed 180 degrees in an instant. He began implying non-sense to me, the source of which was the stalker. He started saying things like, "if you had finished your degree...", something that made me think he was off his rocker since I had not only finished my degree, but a second one as well. If this employer had told me what was going on, I could have corrected the disinformation and taken legal action against my stalker. However, he was spineless and equally as twisted as the stalker and did not tell me.
In 2002, a coworker that I considered to be a friend, was contacted by the stalker. She turned him against me, using lies once again, and even recruited him. His first reaction was to make an off-the-cuff remark: "You should buy one of those books about how to destroy someone's life, just in case someone ever does it to you, or is doing it to you." That was the closest he came to telling me. Since I have Aspergers, I miss hints of that sort, so it was of no help.
In 2003, when I was doing political work in Harvard Square, some fellow anarchists intercepted text messages used to organize mobbing attacks against me and my fellow protesters in Harvard Square. I found out about this online years later. Had they bothered to tell me, there and then, I could have put an end to it. They decided not to tell me because they thought it would provoke me to do things that would backfire. They made this decision because they too had fallen for the objective of the stalking: they thought I was paranoid. They also took the message as confirming that my leading hypothesis was false: that a former employer was involved. Had they given me the information, I could have shown them that it actually confirmed my former employer's involvement, since the primary party had visited their offices as a representative of the Defense Intelligence Agency early in the harassment.
The point of this article is this: If someone approaches you attempting to smear someone you know, tell that person, even if it is law enforcement. They cannot order you to be silent without some kind of court order. You have a duty to inform your associate. Do not believe something just because law enforcement tells you it is true. Law enforcement lies, fabricates documents, exaggerates, and participates in criminal activities. The last person in the world you should trust is some unknown law enforcement person who contacts you out of the blue.
If you see someone being harassed and you have come across the information he or she needs, provide that information to him or her. The target knows many times more about what is going on than you do and that small piece of information you have may be the missing piece in a very large puzzle.
Don't be duped by gang-stalkers. Be a responsible person by helping those you know, not shady people in blue uniforms.
Useful links: http://www.newswithviews.com/Stuter/stuter78.htm http://www.anarkhos.org/autobiographical/thestoryofbridget.html
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