D.O.J. Stalking Report ON GANG STALKING
A 2009 report, titled, “Stalking Victimization in the United States” was produced by the Bureau of Justice Statistics — an office within the United States Department of Justice (DOJ). It revealed unprecedented, large-scale group stalking in the U.S. It can be found via the following link:
The report reveals some startling statistics:
– 13.1% of stalking victims, over half a million victims, were stalked by 3 or more perpetrators.
– Some 11% of stalking victims were stalked for more than 5 years.
– Nearly half of stalking victims reported the use of electronic monitoring, including computer spyware, audio/visual surveillance and/or GPS tracking.
Page 9 reveals that there were over 2.15 million male and female”harassment” victims. Page 10 reveals, under the title “Methodology” that:
“Victims of harassment met all the requirements for stalking victimization except those associated with induced fear or additional associated crimes [related to stalking harassment]”
In other words, if a gang stalking victim was not in subjective fear for his or her life, or did not “associate” another crime, such as assault, with the harassment, they were simply left out of the “stalking” category. This is so even if “all the other requirements for stalking victimization were met.” If the “harassment” victims were, in all other ways, substantially identical to “stalking” victims, we can infer that the figures for stalking victims were artificially deflated by almost fifty percent by deliberate omission, and, that almost 1 in 6 stalking victims were stalked by three or more perpetrators (i.e., 750,00 American gang stalking victims).
The following documents, obtained by a New York attorney via the Freedom of Information Act, show that 185,050 stalking victims were stalked by groups of 3 to 50 stalkers acting together as a team or group. Note that significant numbers of stalking victims (in the thousands) reported being stalked by groups at every break-point between 3 and 50 stalkers:
To view the responsive FOIA documents and closing letter issued by the DOJ’s Office of Justice Programs, click on the following link:
The report, “Stalking Victimization in the U.S.”, was based on a survey conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau, using the following questionnaire (“Supplemental Victimization Survey (SVS)”:
THE SVS CODEBOOK LISTS DOZENS OF CATEGORIES OF “MULTIPLE STALKING OFFENDERS” INCLUDING SCHOOLMATES, NEIGHBORS, CO-WORKERS, AND CURRENT AND FORMER SUPERVISORS (THE COMMUNITY MOBBERS CAUSING JANE AND JOHN DOE TO GO POSTAL EVERY WEEK IN THIS COUNTRY):
ORIGINAL SOURCE AT PAGES 279-280, CLICK ON CODEBOOK.PDF:Based on my investigative work...I have come to the conclusion that thousands of victims have been targeted by an illegal government rogue criminal enterprise that is active 24 hours a day in the U.S. This conspiracy is far too active to be controlled or operated by private enterprise whose goals are achieving financial gain. These operations require extensive financing with no return on the investment. This program's operations are financed by illegal black operations, i.e., narcotics, prostitution... I have documentation and know that throughout the U.S., operating 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, there is a Central Command...whose administrators can instantly initiate surveillance, phone taps and harassment against anyone in the country...at any time, day or night. I have files on numerous cases of active, programmatic, illegal government harassment currently being conducted against thousands of Americans. This makes the FBI's former COINTELPRO program, which I worked on, including in a supervisory capacity, look like a Sunday school program by comparison. - former FBI Assistant Director, Ted L. Gunderson, in an affidavit in support of F.O.I.A. plaintiff's case in Labella v. FBI, et. al., 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 37830 (E.D.N.Y. Mar.19, 2012) (Garaufis,J.)
The Stalking Report