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Originally posted by Nventual
No, I wouldn't intentionally leave any evidence but there is always a way to get it.
So far in every gang stalking incident I've found the victim is obviously suffering from a mental condition and the "gang stalking " appears to be nothing more than paranoid delusions on behalf of the victim.
You seem completely sane so I will assume you haven't experienced "gang stalking" first hand. Have you?
Originally posted by SpudMacIntyre
I noticed something unusual when I went to retrieve my mail that day. There was no furniture so to speak. Electronics equipment was lined around the livingroom walls and a kitchen table with a fax machine sat in the middle of the livingroom area piled high with mail!!!
She sensed that, everywhere she went, there was “whispering, collaboration, people scurrying about”. “Everywhere I went – hospitals, GPs, libraries – anywhere at all, even if I phoned the fire service, as soon as my name went on to that system, it flagged up ‘violent person marker, only to be seen in twos, medium risk’.”
The threat assessment team works in a four part process.
1. Identify persons of concern
2. Gather information/investigate
3. Assess information and situation
4. Manage the situation
Identification of person of concern
Once a target is chosen, or a concern is forwarded to the threat assessment team it’s time for them to liaison and start to profile and assess if that target is a concern for further evaluation or monitoring, or if the case can be closed.
This threat assessment guide from the post office is interesting. Here are some of the criterias it uses to assess if a target could be a threat.