“Cause stalking [gang stalking] has been used by extremist groups since the early 1990s. The basic system is alleged to have been developed by the Ku Klux Klan and refined through years of use. The primary characteristic of cause stalking is that it is done by large groups of people. A target will always be followed, but he is unlikely to see the same stalkers very often. Many of these groups include hundreds of people.” – David Lawson on Terrorist Stalking in America
- TI – Targeted Individual is a person being targeted with OSEH by a group of individuals called “perps,” short for perpetrators, for the purpose of human experimentations.
- DEW – Direct Energy Weapon are device used for OSEH purposes, weapons can be microwave with pulp frequencies, v2k or other electronic and hearing devices.
- OSEH – Organized Stalking Electronic Harassment are methods use by perps in targeting a specific person for the purpose of inducing harm and possibly death.
- V2K – voice to skull device is a weapon use for transmitting voices with low or high frequencies. Voices can be for commands or harassments attacks that may look like the TI’s own voice. V2K can also use to induce or manipulate dreams or to deprived TI sleeps.
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