Youtube is rife with home made videos supposedly showing gang stalking that have clearly been put together by people with paranoid disorders, but the phenomenon of organized group stalking is actually very real. The interesting thing about stalking is that it is often performed by out of work members of weird cults, and as the narrator of this video points out gang stalking was first perfected by the Ku Klux Klan.
The questions are numerous. At the end of this video there is a plug for the book "Terrorist Stalking in America" (now titled "Cause Stalking") which goes into this in depth. What really fascinates me about this is that there is plenty of evidence that such organized stalking is not just being carried out by political groups intent on intimidating and harassing liberal political activists for instance. There is something else going on that may give insight into the proliferation of psychologically disturbed cults world wide which may be tied in to the insecure lives many people find themselves facing these days as economies implode and no one's job is very secure, and the culture changes too fast for many to absorb. In times of powerlessness people seek ways to get power even it is artificial and pointless, and they seek the security of the tribe.
"The reasons why a person is initially targeted can vary. Sometimes the person may be a political activist. Others may have been in the wrong place at the wrong time. Corporations apparently have even been known to hire these stalking groups to silence people who were once in their employ. These stalking gangs may be lied to about the target, thinking that perhaps the person is a deviant who needs to be driven out of town. The reasons are only limited to the imagination. In some cases, according to David Lawson, author of Terrorist Stalking in America, the person has done nothing wrong but is simply used as a practice target or as an example to others in the group to show what can happen to them if they anger the group in some way. This serves to keep the members of these stalking groups tied to the group through intense fear of becoming a target. It is such a terrifying prospect because the gang members are intimately aware that the lives of the targets are utterly destroyed."
"Additionally, there are the reasons that the stalkers themselves engage in the activity, which have little or nothing to do with why the person may have been targeted in the first place. It is conceivable that the participants in the harassment don't even know why the person has been targeted, nor would most of these individuals have any personal stake in harassing the victim. But certain things are clear - this is an both an addictive behavior as well as a form of entertainment for the stalkers. From the expressions on the faces of some of the perpetrators who come face-to-face with their targets, there is a vicious kind of pleasure that they derive from bullying their victim. Clearly they like the feeling of being "in control"."
Of course, you could drill down to another level and blame a lot of this on the rogue elements of law enforcement and intelligence agencies which have been so carte blanched after 911 and The Patriot Act. Infiltrating and enabling stalking cults would be a wonderful way for the Feds to employ "cut outs" to hide their tracks. They do it all the time as is best exemplified by the FBI infiltrating vague groups of disenchanted people and then supplying them with explosives and encouragement to commit some act of terrorism, so the idea that the same law enforcement agencies would do the same with stalking cults is not at all far fetched, but they couldn't get away with that if there weren't already a lot of raw material to work with out there, and there appears to be a lot of it. There are now 50 or so million people out there on food stamps, pissed off, and with nothing to do but get into trouble.
And yes, this may have a bearing on the Sandy Hook event.