Sunday, May 10, 2009

Cause Stalking

“Cause stalking” and “gang stalking” are one in the same. “Gang stalking” simply means that many people are involved in the stalking. People who believe in certain causes often feel powerless because popular opinion and/or the laws of the land are against them. The causes they support range from anti-abortion to anti-gay rights. Of course, all people who believe in these causes are not stalkers.

Many stalkers are bullies. They practice the grown-up version of schoolyard bullying. They know of no other way to express themselves. Therefore, they heap psychological warfare on helpless victims.

Some victims have nothing to do with the causes that stalkers espouse. Still others are outspoken and against the particular cause. Some victims are corporate whistle blowers. Stalkers are angry and revengeful and they take their anger out on the innocent.

If you’re a stalking victim, your friends and relatives may think that you’re crazy. Stalkers want to make you crazy, to make you insane, and even drive you to suicide. Destroying you gives them power.

After being stalked for some time, you may start to act crazy, so you can’t blame your friends and relatives for thinking you are.

Stalkers may constantly follow you, videotape you, harass you, spread rumors about you, break into your home and move little things around, place electronic eavesdropping devices in your home, or vandalize your vehicle or home.

We can help you. We’ll listen to your story. We’ll investigate your claims.

Sherlock Investigations doesn’t take every case involving alleged stalking. But don’t fear. Tell us your story. If we think you’re credible, no matter how off the wall you seem to your friends and family, we’ll take the case.

If we take your case, Sherlock Investigations will:

• Conduct counter-surveillance to gather evidence that you are truly being stalked.

• Try to identify and expose the stalkers (this often causes them stop).

• Sweep your home and vehicle for electronic eavesdropping devices.

• Suggest things that you can do to thwart the stalkers.

• Take your case to the authorities if there is hard evidence.

To contact Sherlock Investigations click here


gang stalking said...

Hi there,

I am sorry, but I saw your post, and I really am not clear on how you will help the targets. A lot of surveillance can now be conducted from neighboring apartments and the typical in home surveillance might not apply.

Eg. Using heart rate monitors or other tracking to find out where the target is.

Gang Stalking is not just about the fact that people are being followed. I could pay a bum on the street $50.00 to video tape what's happening, but how do you prove that someone who drove behind a target, or walked behind them for 5-15 minutes is a stalker, (Informant). How will you prove this sort of surveillance is happening.

If you can provide a credible answer, I am happy to provide a link over at Gang Stalking World, but I would like to know more, so the targets don't waste their time. Many don't have money and the one's that scrape enough together, don't want to get played, and don't need to get played.


Skipp Porteous said...

Our professional surveillance teams can document that stalking is really happening.
As we're not a non-profit organization, we must charge our regular rates for our services. Unfortunately, some people can't pay, and suffer as a result.
As far as using "heart rate monitors" to "find out where the target is" fanciful and useless.

gang stalking said...

For Immediate Release
April 12, 2001
A Flash of Force: RADAR Flashlight Could Help Police Detect Suspects Hiding Behind Doors and 8-Inch Thick Walls

The RADAR Flashlight can detect a human's presence through doors and walls up to 8 inches thick, says researcher Gene Greneker.

Police officers serving a warrant or searching for a suspect hiding inside a building could soon have a new tool for protecting themselves and finding the "bad guy."

A prototype device called the RADAR Flashlight, developed at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), can detect a human's presence through doors and walls up to 8 inches thick. The device uses a narrow 16-degree radar beam and specialized signal processor to discern respiration and/or movement up to three meters behind a wall. The device can penetrate even heavy clothing to detect respiration and movements of as little as a few millimeters.

"We believe the RADAR Flashlight potentially will be useful to police officers in ambush situations," says Gene Greneker, the GTRI principal research scientist who led the development of the device. "…. It is a force multiplier and a safety enhancement tool."

The RADAR Flashlight is undergoing further modification and testing for the next six months. The Georgia Institute of Technology has filed a provisional patent for the device, which could become commercially available to law enforcement officials within a couple of years if the university licenses the technology to a manufacturer.

With funding in 1998 from the National Institute of Justice (NIJ), a division of the U.S. Justice Department, Greneker and his team took the RADAR Flashlight from a bulky three-part prototype to a self-contained unit that weighs about 7 pounds. The NIJ tested the device last year at the National Law Enforcement Corrections Technology Center in Charleston, S.C., and suggested further modifications. Work on those changes is expected to begin this spring with additional funding from the NIJ.

"We will be modifying the RADAR Flashlight based on what law enforcement officials told us from the tests," Greneker says. "For one thing, they said it makes too much noise when it locks onto a wall (to scan). Also, for use by SWAT teams, the RADAR Flashlight needs to be operated by remote control. So we plan to put the RADAR Flashlight on a tripod at least 25 feet away from a wall and steer it by remote control to the part of the wall we're interested in scanning."

Researcher Gene Greneker and his team transformed the RADAR Flashlight from a bulky three-part prototype to a self-contained unit that weighs about 7 pounds.

Photo by Gary Meek (300-dpi JPEG version)

When these modifications are complete, the RADAR Flashlight will undergo more rigorous testing in various environmental conditions.

This article was from 2001, I wonder what other advances they have made. I don't think the concept is a fanciful one.

Skipp Porteous said...

I don't think this article is fanciful at all. In fact, I know they've made other improvements on this.

Anonymous said...

It's a good idea to report cause stalking anonymously to a blog. Report names, places, and problems.

This type of problem happens at churches, corporations, and colleges. A small group of psychopaths orchestrate harassment and spying. Simply report it online.

Anonymous said...

Recently murdered Jasmine Fiore had her finger in any pie that would make her a buck. She was also the catalsyt-stalker (because she sold large quantities of drugs in the Santa Cruz, Monterey, Los Angeles County areas) for her own "clients" being stalked.
Noting (with evidence, whether by captioned photos, videos, crime logs, yes, anonymously, until I get my group started--one of us targets will eventually have to put a face to this pain) of who stalkers are within communities is vital to our own "cause," which is of course, living with freedoms others (and we once) took for granted, coupled with not allowing the unremarkables to so affect us.
Fiore was many things. People love to focus on looks and "therefore, swet, innocent.) Facades being what they are...she was a cause-stalker. In her way. Among other things.
Stalked-4 years. Losses too many to count, crimes to bizarre and costly to annotate.

Jeremy said...

'Cause stalking' comes from a group of people (vigilantes) who find 'common cause' in going after a target. Gang stalking is more general than that.

Regardless, cause stalking eventually morphs into gang stalking because all the vigilante gangs have been networked by now.

Hiring a PI to go after gang stalkers is potentially an exercise in futility. The gang stalkers can threaten the PI and the target will end up spending money on an investigator who doesn't have his best interests at heart. Or maybe they will simply switch over to watching the PI and stay away from the target while the PI is around.

gang stalking said...

An article from Ken 5 news investigation came out recently. Please find the comment I posted there. I think it applies here as well.

gangstalking said on March 4, 2010 at 11:19 AM

I think it was very nice to see a news story on this topic. I am a little concerned that the focus for this is being shifted away from local community policing groups and the fact that they have joined forces with other organizations. Please do some research on the Violent Persons Registry and the Jane Clift story. It's possible to have a Violent Registry Marker issued against your name, without you knowing it, and this can also coincide with being followed around, and flagged pretty much where you do. Also if a marker coincides with a community investigation, you will likely be followed around by citizen informants. No satalights needed. You can have this designation against you for years. If Targets are on such lists, the Gang Stalking portion comes in because these lists are being used illegally to target specific people. Marking them as violent, crazy, pedophiles, drug dealers, etc.

gangstalking said on March 4, 2010 at 11:24 AM

Please do an investigation into Violent Person Designation or Violent Persons Registry, but do the research for America. These terms that I just used are for the UK. Under Health and Safety programs workplaces, educational facilities, must report incidents, and we have the same flagging system, which could get someone I guess you call it blacklisted, but flagged is the term. Where they go, making it hard to get jobs, rent, and live their lives. That would be bad enough, but if an investigation is opened, everyone is contacted, told not to say anything and you could be followed around by the vast networks of citizen informants that each community now has. Most people are not aware of the citizen informant networks, they are already in place thus why dozens of people can follow one person. Limited guidelines means they can and do get away with gaslighting and harassing us. I think legal action would be good. Individual or a class action if we can.

Anonymous said...

Gang Stalking is a systemic form of control, which seeks to destroy every aspect of a Targeted Individuals life. Once a target is flagged, a notification is sent out to the community at large, and the target is followed around 24/7 by the various communities that they are in. A covert investigation might also be opened, and electronic means used by the civilian spies/snitches as part of the overt and covert monitoring and surveillance process.

The citizen informants can be parts of these community oriented programs, but are often just average citizens. Everyone in the targets life is contacted, advised as to why the individual has been listed or flagged. Advised not to discuss the notification and asked to be a part of the ongoing, never ending monitoring (systemic harassment) process. This process is covertly designed to destroy the target over time, leaving them with no form of support.
A short and simple definition of gang stalking.
What is Gang Stalking?

Gang Stalking is experienced by the Targeted Individual as psychological attack, that is capable of immobilizing and destroying them over time. The covert methods used to harass, persecute, and falsely defame the targets often leave no evidence to incriminate the civilian spies.

It's similar to workplace mobbing, but takes place outside in the community. It called Gang Stalking, because groups of organized community members stalk and monitor the targets 24/7.

Community Notifications. Everyone get's them, and this is why the target is followed, and why their lives are poisioned.

Skipp Porteous said...

Sherlock Investigations has dealt in many cases of "cause stalking" and "gang stalking." We've concluded that most all of these people, if not all, are paranoid schizophrenics. They truly believe they're being watched and followed, but it's in their imagination. We've urged people to get medical and psychological help, but none have accepted it. Prescribed medication could help these people, but they're convinced that people are following them. It's a vicious cycle.

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