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“Flash mobs. Community-based harassment groups. Perps. The culprits of gang stalking go by many different names but they all have one singular goal: To make the life of the targeted individual or “TI” a living hell.
All manner of nefarious tactics are used to intimidate, control, and ultimately ruin the black-listed victim. Microwave hearing, public theater, voice to skull, vehicular harassment and synthetic telepathy are just a few methods implemented by these sadistic groups.
I have been following the phenomenon known as gang stalking since first hearing about it in early 2005. Initially I was skeptical after reviewing several gang stalking victim’s testimonials. I had them pegged as bored, mentally unstable people, overcome with the triviality of their existence. Fabricating these unbelievable tales in a desperate attempts to feel “special”. It all just seemed too far-fetched to believe.”
“PERP: There are as many different motivations as there are groups implementing electronic weapons. For me and the organization I work for, gang stalking stems from a desire to bring order to the world’s chaotic state. I’m an idealist. Common laws are not infallible and sometimes punishment goes un-served. We provide a public service which ensures these failures of justice are rectified.
JA: But these are innocent people you’re torturing… How are you able to justify such a thing? How do you determine they are criminals?”
PERP: Well, Jane, that’s a very common misconception about what we do… So I am glad you asked. The organization I work for–specifically–are not out to harm any law-abiding citizens. Our only aim is to neutralize potential threats such as criminals who have escaped prosecution. Drug dealers, sex offenders, nasty folks who our flawed judicial system has been unable to convict. – See more at: http://nationalreport.net/gang-stalker-interview-part-two/#sthash.HcdIxidg.dpuf
JA: What are some of the methods and technologies your particular group uses to “Neutralize targets” as you say?
Perp: Targets fall under 4 different categories, descending in order of threat.
Level 4 targets are people we feel are not an immediate threat to themselves or others. We consider these TIs low priority. Typically we will ride around their home several times throughout the day. Follow them when they run mundane errands. We pursue them just enough to let them know something is happening, but not enough to let on what is truly going on.
Level 3 targets are a bit more involved. We might bug their home to collect information which we can use against them later. Conduct intricate street theater episodes to make the person unsure about their reality. Typically a good show of street theater is enough to induce agoraphobia.
JA: Many targets ask the question “what do the perps want from me?” Can you tell us more about what the final aim of gang stalking is?
PERP: To nullify threats against American society through methods such as gas lighting, electronic harassment and inducing synthetic mental illness. We attempt to either drive the target insane or push them to commit acts that will allow us to legitimately arrest and prosecute them in an American court of law. We want to get these individuals off the streets and into the penal system where they belong.
JA: There are lots of speculations regarding how one becomes a gang stalker. What did you do initially to enter into this line of work?
Perp: Again, that largely depends on who you work for. We make a concerted effort to find individuals we feel have the correct “personality type” for the job. There are various avenues through which we find our employees. The military, police, certain religious sects, web forums. It takes all kinds, as they say, and our line of work is both demanding and all encompassing.
Jane M. Agni (2014, February 12)
Originally Published On National Report