Police MEMO: "Gang Stalking Implicated in Workplace Violence"
The author of this article has obtained an internal memorandum from the City of Santa Cruz Police Department stating that "gang stalking has implications to workplace violence". The memo:
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.
The above is an internal police memorandum from Lieutenant Larry Richard of the S.C.P.D. to Police Administration obtained via the California Public Records Act. The City of Santa Cruz has a of population of under 60,000. The official concern of a nexus between gang stalking and workplace violence is alarming in such a small venue. This concern leads one inevitably to ask if such a small city has such a public safety concern related to gang stalking, what are the implications of the nationwide phenomenon of gang stalking for 300,000,000 plus Americans? With workplace mass shootings being reported with some regularity, the answer must do more than raise some eyebrows.
Link to this author's article on Lieutenant Larry Richard's initial press conference on gang stalking:
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