Gang Stalking: Workplace Mobbing and the NJ Pathmark Shootings
Terence Tyler, 23, a former Marine, with a history of depression, went on a shooting spree at a NJ Pathmark where he had worked for only a few weeks. The murder-suicide left himself and two co-workers dead.
Gang stalking victims are aware of workplace mobbing. This has been confirmed by the author through police records:
Candice Nguyen from KION is doing a story ion this phenomenon called "Gang
Stalking". It has nothing to do with "gangs", rather it is a form of cyberbullying. The intent is a psychological impact and socially ostresizing the
targeted person. With tools available to track someone (Facebook, Twitter,
Linkedin, etc) it has made people more vulnerable to this. It has
implications to workplace violence, love relationships gone bad, etc. I told
Candice it is like Mean Girls or cyber-bullying on steroids.
The fact is that workplace violence is an epidemic in this country. It affects countless thousands of gang stalking victims. It also affects an even larger population of persons who make complaints against their employers internally to the company personnel department, or, to a government agency. There is a direct causal relationship between workplace mobbing, known as a "hostile work environment" in employment litigation, and, workplace violence. For public safety reasons, some jurisdictions, including Scotland, have made workplace mobbing a criminal offense:
Lets take a look at what young Terence Tyler Tweeted regarding his work experiences:
“Is it normal to want to kill ALL of ur coworkers?” Tyler wrote in one chilling 2009 tweet. “Maybe but I’m actually in a position where I can.”
“I’m starting to see why plp go on killin sprees. . . . Because these mothaf------ are reeeeeeally pushin my ‘kill everyone I see button,’ ” he wrote on Oct. 7, 2009.
Was the tragedy at the the NJ Pathmark the result of a depressive loner with a lack of coping abilities? Was it a case of workplace mobbing, or, even, gang stalking? A combination of both? The issue of wokplace mobbing was ignored in the Yvonne Hiller Kraft shootings a few years back, even though all the warnings signs related to workplace mobbing were clear to see from the published facts.
I spoke with former FBI agent Jim Abbott about my experiences with gang stalking and workplace mobbing circa 1996. A former girlfriend of mine was taking an organized crime class that he was teaching at St. John's University at the time. One thing I clearly remember him saying was that, "the FBI does not handle blacklisting cases". Of course, the FBI did take some interest in other aspects of my story at a later time,but, for their interests, certainly not mine.
With 1 in 4 workers subjected to workplace mobbing in this country, it is not a stretch to believe that Tyler very well may have experienced it. If he was a gang stalking victim, then he certainly experienced workplace mobbing.
There is a growing awareness of gang stalking and workplace mobbing, evidenced by a petition against workplace mobbing signed by nearly 7,700 persons:
The public will probably never know if Tyler was a victim of workplace mobbing, or, gang stalking. This is because the media will ignore this angle, and largely re-hash the same old talking points. Law enforcement and the business community will also be complicit in the cover-up.
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