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FFCHS Launches Online Petition Against Organized Stalking and Electronic Torture
Date:1/20/2010

On January 2 of this year, Freedom From Covert Harassment and Surveillance (FFCHS) launched an online petition against organized stalking and electronic torture. This event coincides with January as National Stalking Awareness Month. Organized stalking, where the victim may not know his/her group of attackers and may not even know why the stalking is occurring, has emerged with the proliferation of advanced, and increasingly intrusive surveillance technologies, as one of the most intractable crimes of our time.

(PRWEB) January 20, 2010 -- It’s 2:30 pm, and the third in a series of calls today from TI’s (targeted individuals) across the country. The caller feels alone, fears for her safety and has contacted a human rights group called Freedom From Covert Harassment and Surveillance (FFCHS). Although someone in the organization stated that she had recently placed a call to this person and left a message, Jane (pseudonym) says she never received the call; that her calls are being diverted. The interviewer, Derrick Robinson, president and executive director of FFCHS, can’t hear her very clearly so offers to call her back. Jane mentions that the call may not get through.

“Well if you don’t hear from me in a couple of minutes, call me back,” Robinson says.
They hang up and he dials her number. After several rings, a machine with a woman’s voice picks up and he's being directed to a voicemail system. Soon Jane calls back.

“I told you,” she says. Jane goes on to complain that she can’t access her emails and that her email service provider has sent her a letter saying she needs a court order or a subpoena for her account to be re-opened. Welcome to the world of organized stalking.

According to statistics released in January, 2009 by the Department of Justice (DOJ), 13.1% of 3.4 million respondents t
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