My question involves police conduct in the State of: Wisconsin
I have discovered that law enforcement (DEA, FBI), along with private investigators, civil workers, Christians, elected officials, and other like-minded folks can “gang stalk” (organized stalking, community bullying) an individual (targeted individual) without limits. Law enforcement agencies do not police one another, so the gang stalking goes unchecked. The people orchestrating the community bullying are typically undercover agents, so they do not need to identify themselves and given that police can legally lie to an individual it is pointless to confront them. The targeted individual appears to be on some sort of community watch list that follows them around, no matter where they go, so the harassment continues even if the person moves from one community to another. When the targeted individual seeks out help from others (local police and lawyers) it appears that they were told not to help the person or are not informed of what gang stalking is. The end result of the gang stalking appears to have one of three general outcomes: jail, psychiatric facility, or death (suicide or accident). They use a technique called gaslighting to prime the targeted individual to make it appear to others that the person has mental health problems.
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I’m asking on this forum if there is anything that a targeted individual can do to bring an end to the gang stalking that is rooted in undercover investigations and community watch lists.