Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Making the Crossover Connection (One)

Information gleaned from the Internet, dated October 2008, claims 10% of calls received per week by the National Center for Victims of Crime are reports of group-stalking.

No doubt our numbers increased in the last 4 years. I wonder: How many people are driven to commit suicide by group-stalkers?

The dead tell no tales, nor do victims in hiding for fear of further persecution by the perps, the authorites, friends, family, neighbors and the general public.

Group-stalking is not a joke, fad or lunatic fringe pastime.

People's lives are at stake.

My humble opinion: We need to reformulate the current media approach, make group-stalking more acceptable, more palatable, in order to take it out of the shadows into the light of day.

First, victims need to come forward. Sites such as http://stopcovertwar.com provide a place where group-stalking victims may list their name, contact info and the crimes commited against them.
 
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