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Tactics Used On Targeted Individuals


  What are the group’s objectives?
  • To harass the target constantly. (32)
  • To provoke any reaction. (43)
  • To make sure the target knows he is being watched (also known as ”sensitizing” the target). (32)
  • To try and find ways of making the target interact with them (regardless of whether a target is taking the garbage out in the morning, driving to work or sitting in a local coffee shop).
  • Ideally, a target will not be able to go anywhere in public without having to deal with them in some way. (37)
  • To destroy a person’s life by attacking the weakest point, which could include a spouse, children or elderly relatives. (47)

    How do they achieve their objectives?
  • Many tactics are tried and the result is observed. (32)
  • Those which evoke a response from the target are repeated. (32)
  • They discuss among themselves whether or not the target has been sensitized (i.e. made aware of the stalkers). (43)

  How long does it last?(19)
  • Most individuals remain targets for several years.
  • Those involved in activism of any kind are life long targets.
  • Moving will not usually help a target. If he is a target in one area, he will remain a target where ever he moves.

       How do the groups sensitize the target?
  • Picture taking (32)
  • Filming (32)
  • Note taking (32)
  • Having uniquely marked vehicles follow the target wherever he drives, without the frequent trade-offs which are normally used. (43)
  • Having that same vehicle parked in front of his house at night. (43)

  What other tactics are used?

Vehicle-related tactics:
  • Numerous different vehicles hanging around a certain area. (48)
  • Traveling in convoys with highbeams on. (31)
  • Drivers in convoys waving at one another. (48)
  • Attempting to intercept the target’s vehicle at intersections. (31)
  • Trying to force the target’s vehicle off the road. (48)
  • Vandalizing the target's vehicle, including: (32)
    • Slashing tires
    • Scratching paint
    • Stealing license plates
    • Draining the oil or antifreeze over a period of time in the hopes of destroying the engine.
    • Removing and then returning items, putting items in the vehicles, or taking items from the residence and putting in the vehicle or vice versa.
    • They do not usually cut brake lines or commit other acts of sabotage which would leave evidence. (45)
Face-to-face tactics:
  • Following a target on foot wherever he goes. (32)
  • Standing around a target while he is paying for a purchase in a store. (35)
  • Swarming the target – i.e. totally surrounding a target so he cannot move. (33)
  • Physically intimidating a target by standing very close. (33)
  • Sitting near a target in a restaurant. (35)
  • Glaring at the target . (48)
  • When a target sits anywhere in public, group members will attempt to sit behind him in order to create noise, by whatever means, including tapping their feet on the target's chair. (32)
  • Walking by a target and doing strange things to attract his attention, such as: (37)
    • Blinking their eyes.
    • Reading the time from an imaginary watch on their wrist.
    • Making faces.
Noise Campaigns:
  • Generating noise around the clock. (42)
  • Interfering with sleep patterns (i.e. through excessive noise).(42) Trying to wake up the target at night as many times as they can.
  • Noise campaigns include:
    • People yelling and screaming outside the person’s residence. (33)
    • Numerous different vehicles, squealing their tires, honking their horns and hanging around a certain area. (48)
  • Apartment noise campaigns will include: (33)
    • Tapping on the walls in the middle of the night
    • Taps running
    • Hammering
    • Noises coming from the upper and/or lower apartments, and possibly the apartments on both sides
  • Ideally, noises are timed to activities of the target, such as: (42)
    • When a target goes outside. (33)
    • When a target flushes the toilet. (37)
    • When a target turns on a water faucet. (37)
    • When a target walks near a window. (42)
Other tactics:
  • Controlling the target’s time, including:(42)
    • Speeding across town in a convoy of vehicles so group members can stand in line ahead of a target for the sole purpose of trying to keep him waiting as long as possible. (37/42)
    • Blocking a target from leaving a parking space. (42)
    • Controlling a target’s speed on a highway by surrounding him with slow moving vehicles. (42/45)
    • Causing problems which force the target to solve them, like gluing his car doors shut. (45)
    • Creating a puzzle for the target to solve. The target is invited to waste his time following bogus clues and leads. (45)
  • Imposing a system of rewards and punishments on a target for: (42)
    • Communicating and associating with other people.
    • Laughing at or assaulting group members.
  • Causing problems with telephone services (and other utilities). (48)
  • Sometimes audio bugs are installed in the residence of a target. (30)