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No Ordinary Stalking: a look at organized stalking and electronic harassment

No Ordinary Stalking: a look at organized stalking and electronic harassment

by June Ti

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Organized stalking is carried out by an enthusiastic and structured group that has cruel intentions:
stalk, harass, injure, financially ruin, and mentally crumple human prey until incapacitation occurs. What sets this crime apart is that innocents are picked off the street. There is no getting away from the stalkers and no getting away from the unusual technology that is used to take over someone's life.

"For the first couple of months," says June, "I thought it was a sick game. Now that I've been tormented for years, well, it's clear that organized stalking is a sophisticated crime that follows a step-by-step process to leave the victim as bare and isolated as the dead tree on the cover. He or she may still be standing, but that's about it.
"I'll sum it up this way. Veiled intimidation ensures that targeted individuals are viewed by the public as free people, which they are not. They are playthings to their controllers. Hostages in plain sight. Victims are quite literally owned yet have limited chance of rescue because their desperate circumstances are misunderstood.
Some die from the violence. Some die from suicide. And the rest merely exist."

Organized stalking is worldwide and is called gang stalking in some areas. The electronic harassment that accompanies organized stalking is also known as covert harassment.

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BN ID: 2940157377977
Publisher: FriesenPress
Publication date: 12/29/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 492
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

June Ti is a mental health counsellor who was chosen for organized stalking and electronic harassment in 1998. She assists targeted individuals from her home in British Columbia, Canada.

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