Gang Stalking by Coventry City Council Establishment Abusing Their Authority
The main goal of gang stalking is to influence the life of the victim and to condition it, in order to destroy it.
The victim feels like he or her has been thrown in a nightmare or inside a world that is no more his or her own: friends disappear as well as places the victim’s life was built on. You feel your legs give way and you don’t understand why. Strange, unnatural things happen to you and you would start to think that you are crazy. But you know that you’re not crazy and you can see those things really happening. At the same time, you can’t tell anyone, because your account would not be taken into consideration or people could think you are a maniac or that you are suffering from obsessive syndrome. You see things, but you realize you are the only one who see them.
Gang stalking is designed to be invisible. Only the victim, an extremely experienced investigator or anyone else who is well aware of the phenomenon could recognize it. Invisibility is the strength of this kind of persecution. There are many other kind of violent persecutions, but they are visible: they are for all the world to see.
There are many ways to strike someone in a cruel manner. You can go as far as killing someone, but then people would notice. There are criminal organizations that carry out massacres: they can hide the perpetrators and the person behind the massacre if the police doesn’t find out, but they can’t hide the crime itself. The massacre is for all the world to see and nobody would deny the fact that it has taken place.