Kenneth Westhues: Half of Mass Shootings Caused by Gang Stalking
Doctor Kenneth Westhues is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of Waterloo in Canada, and is also a notable author published in over a dozen languages. He is a published author of over a dozen books and articles on the subject of workplace and academic mobbing and related violence, including mass shootings and, is considered to be expert on the subject by his peers in academia.
In the following email correspondence with a licensed attorney from New York, Dr. Westhues clearly states his opinion that community mobbing (also known as gang stalking) is responsible, in his opinion, for about one-third or half of all mass shootings.
This represents a significant risk to the public health and safety and is currently being systematically ignored by our elected officials, law enforcement, and the media.
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