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The Most Ignored Crime in America

In 2009, the United States Department of Justice published statistics about stalking in a Special Report:
"Stalking Victimization in the United States" (Pub # NCJ 224527)

The number of people who reported being stalked during the 12-month survey period was in excess of 3,400,000.

Of these, the vast majority were victims reporting a single stalker, 2,111. 220 or 62 percent.

The number of victims reporting two stalkers was 619, 300 or 18 percent.

The number of victims reporting between 3 and 10 stalkers was just over 400,000 or 11.5 percent.

The number of victims reporting between 11 and 50 stalkers was in excess of 45,000 or 1.4 percent.

The number of victims who didn't know how many stalkers they had was in excess of 220,200 or 6.5 percent.

Combined, the number of victims who either didn't know how many stalkers they had or who reported between 11 and 50 stalkers was in excess of 265,000, or 8 percent.

Even if one were to assume that, occasionally, a single stalker might ask a couple of friends to help him or her do the stalking, that still leaves a large "chunk" of the 400,000 stalking victims who reported between 3 and 10 stalkers as probable victims of multiple stalkers.

A reasonable analysis of these statistics indicate that a conservative estimate of the actual number of multiple stalker victims in America is probably in excess of 500,000.

Half a million victims of a crime that the U.S. Justice Department doesn't even consider to be a crime at all, because t's not the traditional "one-on-one" type of stalking.

Freedom Of Information Act documents show that the Justice Department UNDER-ESTIMATED the number of stalking victims who reported multiple stalkers during the 12-month study period.
(FOIA Request # 10-00189)

Why would the United States Department of Justice do such a thing?

Why would the DOJ not want the American people, who, as taxpayers, PAID for the 2009 DOJ Special Report, to know the true extent of this type of stalking?

Why do letters, phone calls and emails to the Justice Department about organized stalking go unanswered?

Why has the United States Department of Justice never prosecuted a multiple stalker case?

Couldn't the DOJ use existing anti-stalking laws to prosecute multi-stalker cases, by using "Conspiracy To Stalk" or R.I.C.O. statutes, which might well apply in cases involving 20, 30, 40 or more stalkers?


Read more:
https://organied-stalking-victims-united.blogspot.com/2011/07/oreganized-stalking-most-ignored-crime.html
(Link includes typo)

Or do a Google search of
"The Most Ignored Crime In America"

 
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