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In the UK and Europe we need to take the same approach as the law in the USA. Gang Stalking is a conspiracy to carry on criminal acts against an individual and as such carries heavy prison sentances. Carryin on a criminal enterprise long term falls under organised crime laws which gives the victimes the right to cease the assets of the criminals involved and that they would got to prison for conspiracy to commit murder and many other trailing charges for life.
In the USA Gang Stalking is a RICO CRIME and the criminal acts associated and carried out to fulfill its grander purpose befit the criteria of a Hate Crime, though not indicative to any one sector as a hate crime is legally defined. There already is a highly specific law, under which it is pretty well impossible for any two or more persons to carry out a stalking campaign against a citizen, without conspiring to deny that citizen their legal and constitutional rights. Under USC18 section 241, this is an offence normally punishable by a fine and/or up to ten years imprisonment.
But if the conspiracy leads to a loss of life, and the usual qualifications of premeditated murder are not specified because murder is not a Federal offence and would be dealt with under county or state law if it had happened, then the penalty can be life imprisonment, or death. This needs to be acknowledged and enforced as it relates to the aforementioned crime of Vigilante Stalking, Gang Stalking, Community Stalking, Cause Stalking and any other same or similar form of stalking.
Among European countries, Denmark is a pioneer, having criminalized stalking in 1933, when its current Penal Code was enacted. The United Kingdom was the next European Member State to criminalize stalking, enacting the Protection From Harassment Act in 1997. The only other European Member States that have passed laws against stalking are Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Malta, Ireland, Austria, and Italy. The European Member States with anti-stalking laws have either introduced a new article into the existing Penal Code, have amended an article in force for similar conduct, or have enacted specific legislation against harassment or domestic violence that is intended to include stalking.
These anti-stalking laws have various legal definitions of stalking (none have adopted the term stalking in the text of their laws). Whereas some countries provide a wide definition of the offense that focuses on the victims reaction and/or the intent of the perpetrator, other countries simply prohibit a list of various types of behavior. These laws typically mention civil or criminal provisions for protection orders and restraining orders as legal instruments for countering stalking behaviors. No data exist on the implementation and effectiveness of European Member States stalking laws. In European Member States without an anti-stalking law, it is possible to prosecute stalking only when specific behavior fits crimes defined under existing laws. 1 table, 30 references, and appended articles and sections of the European anti-stalking laws.
Hear are some useful links to help you understand Stalking and Harrassment law.
CPS Stalking and Harassment
EU Fundimental Human Rights
CPS Hate Crimes
Whats the law got to say about the Targeted Individuals plight!
The Nurumburge & Rome Treaties following the war and the ogoing development of international law clearly makes what is happening to TIs a war crime and genocide, along with organised crime. For thos with the gumption you can read the outline here:
The Nurumburge & Rome Treaties, after WW2, an outline of the development of international law.
EU Charter On Human Rights:
The Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union.
UN Charter On Human Rights:
United Nations - The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Before we get on to Gang Stalking, lets put it in to context what Stalking practices and laws currently exist.
What does stalking mean?
The term stalking refers to a complex offender behaviour, which corresponds to that of the bully, but is exercised in another context. It is mainly about harassment, persecution, surveillance and other disturbances, which is often, but not always, due to the stalkers desire to move the victim to a relationship with them or harass them because you refuse to follow the perpetrators request. In the widest sense you can speak of psycho-terror, which is generally based on the erroneous assumption of the perpetrator, the victim, or the affection of the perpetrator, and the disregard of the will of the victim. When the perpetrator realizes that his efforts for attention are unsuccessful, his motivation can turn into hatred, revenge, or retaliation. The term love-madness, however, is not a synonym for stalking, but merely the reason why some of the perpetrators act.
Today, however, stalking is also spoken of when the perpetrator has a close relationship to the victim. If the perpetrator feels no affection (love) against the victim from the outset - but if He wants to harass them exclusively, for whatever reason. A motive for this can lie in the revenge of the perpetrator for allegedly suffered injuries or legal violations.
Stubborn stalkers can also become so-called querulants, which are mostly responded to by the police and judiciary because of permanent offences. Often these are neighbours, but also ex-partners, who are dissatisfied with their lives or otherwise do not get along and leave their anger to others.
Stalking must be seen as what it is: a highly perfidious criminal behaviour with criminal elements. It can destroy a human life by killing the victim at worst, or by suffering permanent mental damage. Therefore the Stalker, against whom you have to take legal action, can not expect any forbearance from you.
The individual stalking actions
The actions are varied and can therefore cant be named completely. It is characteristic that they have a certain continuity and frequency. In some cases the victim is bothered by the perpetrator for several months or even years. A stalking case - statistically speaking - takes on average about twelve months. However, many cases last much longer - up to several years.
In about two-thirds of all cases, victims and perpetrators are familiar with a previous relationship (ex-life partners and - heirheads) or about the work (ex-working colleagues). In cases of so-called celebrity stalking, ie, when actors, presenters, athletes, pop stars, etc. Are bothered by an obtrusive fan, the parties usually do not know each other.
Examples of stalking actions:
Track (on foot, by bike / motorbike or by car)
Writing love letters, which may also contain verbal abuse
Threatening (indirectly or directly)
Continuous call (alarm calls): Telephone call
Putting false advertisements in newspapers (eg wedding or death)
Leave messages on your answering machine
Sending numerous e-mails and SMS, some with obscene content (so-called cyber-stalking)
Bad entries in Internet forums or guest books (Cyber-stalking)
For example, leave flowers or messages at the victims car / mailbox
Frequent presence near the home or workplace of the victim
Material damage such as cutting of car tires, smashing of discs, etc.
Slander / libel (for example, the victim had sexually abused the perpetrator)
False suspects of the victim to the police or the prosecution
Supervision of the friend and acquaintance circle of the victim
Spying on the victims personal data
Ordering goods, subscribing to magazines etc. under the name of the victim
You can continue the above list as you wish. Stalkers have no limits.
Possible abuser / victim combinations
The majority of the perpetrators are men. Women are therefore the main victims. Reliable figures are still difficult to predict. The practice shows that there are also an amazing number of cases where men are victims of stalking (in law firms this can be about 20-25% of the cases). The indicators of affected men are increasing strongly, as the people concerned realize that one must not be ashamed to become a victim, eg a stalker, as a man. There are the following combinations:
Perpetrators: Man / Victim: Woman
Offender: woman / victim: man
Perpetrators: Man / Victim: Man (not always the perpetrator is homosexual)
Offender: woman / victim: woman (not in every case the offender is homosexual) Company against any person, more and more coprporate companies are using it as a way to suppress elements that could destroy there business by exposing some secret or other reason.
In contrast to bullying, where several perpetrators can act against a victim, it is the opposite of stalking, here basically only one perpetrator acts, but the others can be used as tools in the game. Of course, this can not only disturb the actual victim, but also relatives, friends and acquaintances of the victim. In one legal case, an entire district was terrorized.
Stalkers can come from any social strata, lawyers know from their forensic practice that stalking can be done by pupils, students, moderators, policemen, professors, judges, lawyers, retired, but also unemployed and welfare recipients, to name but a few examples. Amyone can be involved to cover the tracks of the real perpitraitors.
In many countries, for example, in the USA, Canada, and all the Australian states and territories, the UK, Ireland, Japan, Belgium and the Netherlands. Laws creating stalking offences have been created as a reaction to stalking . In the UK, USA, the Netherlands, Sweden and also in Germany, there are hot-lines with the police where victims can turn. In Bremen there have been stalking officers for some time. Some police inspections in Germany have formed expert commissions, in which there are some very competent contacts. In North Rhine-Westphalia, for example, the police have appointed victims protection commissioners who are also trained with regard to stalking. On the other hand the still existing and widespread ignorance of courts throughout the world is terrifying.
In Germany, there is now a separate criminal offence of reintroduction (as of March 31, 2007, below) ( 238 StGB). Further criminal offences applicable to Stalker are, for example, the breach of the House Security ( 123 StGB), false suspicion ( 164 StGB), offense ( 185 StGB), obscene ( 186 StGB), defamation ( 187 StGB) ( 240 StGB), threat ( 241 StGB) and 4 GewSchG, to list only a few of them ( 202 a StGB), personal injury ( 223 StGB). Simlar regulations are also in the UK and states, but very few people are using them in the right way.
The possibilities for a judicial order have to be applied for by means of the injunction or an application for interim injunction. An estimated 500,000 to 600,000 stalking cases (this number is often accepted by the media without reference to the source) are not just the immediate victims, but also their relatives and friends. In most stalking cases, the sacrifice of the victim is a result of a health problem.
The most complaints are that there is no uniform case law in stalking cases, and the lack of application of the ineffective violece protection law. This means that the same case is decided by a court in one area differently than in another area, or even more crassly, one and the same court makes a controversial decision for two applicants (mother and daughter) in one case. Every judge does what he likes. This is because of its independence, as long as it does not exceed the limit of the law. Sometimes this threshold is almost reached. In November 2006, a Cologne court judge ruled that in the case of harassment and repression was not applicable in the absence of bodily injury. It can not be any worse. Often judges remarks are heard, In a case, you can do nothing, that involves the privacy of the parties. There is therefore no question of legal uniformity at the mooment and this has to be questionable.
Furthermore, there is still a lack of regulations for the treatment of mentally ill stalkers. Of course they should be helped, but there is no system. The Lander laws for the preventive housing of mentally ill patients are not applicable in most stalking cases and are extremely rarely applied in practice because their prerequisites are often either not present or not seen. The social-psychiatric service at the health services is regularly overstrained.
As early as 1998, I designed a criminal case against stalking (disturbance). I published this design in my dissertation in 1999. In June 2004, the Hessian Ministry of Justice presented a bill for the creation of a criminal offence 241 a StGB (Unacceptable reproof and tracking). At first sight, this is progress, but in truth it was no more than a cheat. Apart from the disgusting wording of the draft, which contained some coarse-language and juridical slogans, the punishment of up to two years of imprisonment (and even if a court order was ordered and violated) was far too low and did not become a persistent Stalker scare off. For comparison, a simple theft can be punished (theoretically) with up to five years of imprisonment. In addition, 241 a StGB (like the now 238 StGB) should become a private offence, which means that the prosecutors will make a lot of use of the victim's referral to the private prosecution (this is known from other private accusations such as housebreak, insult, bodily injury or Threat).
A draft of a stalking law introduced in Bavaria in the Federal Council in November 2004 was somewhat elaborated. He proposed a criminal offensive of serious harassment ( 238 StGB-E), which should sanction stalking with imprisonment up to three, and in qualified cases up to ten years. In addition, a so-called de-escalation bond was to be introduced. The disadvantage of this draft was that the criminal record was overloaded. On 18 March 2005 the Federal Council passed the Bavarian draft to the German Bundestag.
On April 15, 2005, the Federal Minister of Justice finally presented a draft, obviously in the form of a draft force. This provided for a criminal offence 241 b (Nachstellung), which was similar to the Federal Council draft and should also be designed as a private plaintiff. Furthermore, the minister wanted to eliminate the enforcement deficiencies in the police and the judiciary and to change the directives for the criminal and fine proceedings, for example, to introduce special powers to deal with stalking cases.
Some tips on stalking protection
Keep a diary and make notes about any interaction with stalkers, carry a camera and start building evidence early.
Make clear to the perpetrator (preferably in writing and with witnesses) that you do not want to contact him / her. Please ensure that this will be provable (eg by witnesses, send letters by registered mail, etc.) Immediately seek a lawyer specialized in stalking to plan and take the right legal steps early on. As a rule, stalkers do not give up their behavior without showing their limits. Do not weigh yourself in the erroneous belief that stalking will stop alone.
Choose a well known expert in this field - because you do not consult an dentist if you have a headache. You can make many mistakes when introducing legal steps, so you should not do anything on your own. If the stalking extends over a longer period of time, more evidence can be gathered.
An effective and rigorous legal action can stop the Stalker and restore the inner peace needed. Besides, you lose the unpleasant feeling of having not done anything and being completely helpless.
If you notice the first signs of stalking, immediately go to the police, report and insist that your statement be taken as a record - even if you are discouraged (clearly understandable) We are not responsible for this as long as nothing has happened). The police can (and must, if necessary) take preventive action. Show the state that you have a problem that you can not solve alone. The more concerned a persons report, the faster the state is obliged to react to the phenomenon of stalking.
In any case, try to preserve your peace of mind and talk to close relatives or good friends about you being continually bothered. Make sure you collect any evidence. This increases your credibility with third parties and improves the evidence of possible criminal and civil proceedings.
Be aware that in most cases stalkers do not have a sense of right or wrong, ie they do not recognize the wrongs of their actions. Therefore, they will not regularly stop immediately. If you wait a long time before you go against the stalker, his behaviour is certain. For this reason, my advice is to take immediate legal advice. Legal measures can be used to stop stalkers at least temporarily, and if these measures are carried through to the final conclusion, the victim can also permanently rest. This, of course, requires stamina.
McEwan, Ian: Liebeswahn, novel (Zurich: Diogenes, 1998) Pechstaedt, Volkmar of: Legal Protection against Stalking: Legal Basics and Problems , Fachbuch (Gottingen: Hainholz, 2004, ISBN 3-932622-97-9)
Pechstaedt, Volkmar from: Stalking: Punishment according to English and German Law, Fachbuch (Gottingen: Hainholz, 1999, ISBN 3-932622-52-9), in the bookstore out of print Rusch, Stephan: Stalking in Germany , Sachbuch (Gottingen: Hainholz, 2005, ISBN 3-932622-81-2)
Schumacher, Susanne: Stalking. Lover, persecuted , hunted, Sachbuch (Gottingen: Hainholz, 2005, ISBN 3-932622-89-8)
Essays by RA Dr. v. Pechstaedt on stalking
Stalking and German Law, in: Polizei & Wissenschaft 4/2002, pp. 45-52
Contact, Proximity, Prohibition and Prohibition of Stalking, in: DPolBl 3/2003, p. 27-29
Criminal protection against stalkers and their prosecution in Germany de lege lata, in: Stalking - Possibilities and Limits of Intervention, Frankfurt am Main 2004, pp. 147-168
Specific legal protection against stalking in international comparison, in: Stalking! Persecution, threat, harassment, Berne et al., 2005, pp. 101-126
Cinema and television films on stalking (selection)
Fatal Attraction (USA 1987), directed by Adrian Lyne
In the Shadow of the Persecutor (USA 1994), directed by Kevin Connor
Mon amour (France / Belgium 1996), directed by Pierre Joassin
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