Victims of Charles Rodrick, Brent Oesterblad and Sara Shea of Offendex/SORArchives should absolutely read the National Institute of Health's findings on the topic of Gang Stalking. Some notable highlights include:
- "Stalking denotes a pattern of repeated, unwanted intrusion by one person into the life of another in a manner that causes distress, disruption, or fear.."
- "Stalking generally involves a single stalker who may occasionally recruit others into stalking by proxy, their involvement usually being unwitting"...
- A US Department of Justice prevalence study, which used a tight definition of stalking that required the victim to experience fear, found that 6.8% reported stalking by three or more people, and were “unable to identify a single offender” or “could not identify an offender who was singularly responsible”
- Stalking by individuals has been found to result in high rates both of psychological distress and lasting psychiatric morbidity, in particular post-traumatic symptomatology and depression
- None of the writers of the narratives described their experiences as having ended. All 50 authors stated or implied that they had been gang stalked for lengthy periods of time (e.g., one mentioned being seen by seven psychologists during the period of being targeted, another described having been targeted whilst living in three different countries)