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  1. Introduction
    1. History
    2. Mind control
    3. Targeted individuals
    4. Who and why
    5. Principles
    6. Trying to get the word out
    7. Google trends
    8. New meaning for old words
  2. Gang stalking
    1. Origin of the word gang stalking
    2. Gang stalking
    3. Signs of gang stalking
    4. Notorious cases
    5. Complaints
      1. Complaining to doctors
      2. Complaining to the Home Office
      3. Complaining to the secret service
    6. Alternative names
    7. Examples
    8. Tactics
    9. Similar crimes
    10. Similar organizations
  3. Electronic harassment
    1. Origin of the word electronic harassment
    2. Electronic harassment laws
    3. Signs of electronic harassment
    4. Notorious cases
    5. Complaints
      1. Complaining to the police
    6. Experiences
    7. Technologies
    8. Patents
    9. Devices
    10. RF scans
    11. Resolutions
    12. What perps can’t do
  4. If you are a target
    1. Testimonies
    2. Countering the perps
    3. Advice
    4. Warnings
    5. Forced drugging
    6. Anti-psychiatry
    7. Disinfo
  5. Science
    1. Gang stalking
      1. Jean-Nicolas Desurmont (criminologist)
    2. Electronic harassment
      1. International union of radio science
      2. Professor Amin Muhammad (psychiatrist)
      3. Professor Michael Persinger (psychologist)
      4. † Professor Robert Becker (physician)
    3. Implants
      1. Professor Kathryn Kelley (psychologist)
  6. Scientific community
    1. Gang stalking
      1. Dr. Tomo Shibata (sociologist)
      2. Dr. Reidar Visser (historian)
      3. Dr. Keith Labella (attorney)
      4. Former Professor Geral Sosbee (attorney)
      5. Professor Rahul Manchanda (attorney)
    2. Electronic harassment
      1. Dr. Katherine Horton (physicist)
      2. Former Professor Reinhard Munzert (psychologist)
      3. Dr. Helmut Lammer (geophysicist)
    3. Implants
      1. † Dr. Rauni Kilde (physician)
    4. Articles written by other doctors
    5. Verified doctors
    6. Bioethics commission
  7. Unscientific resources
    1. Advertisements
    2. Articles
      1. News articles
      2. Independent news articles
      3. Magazine articles
      4. Articles written by ordinary citizens
      5. Spoof articles
    3. Bible
    4. Billboards
    5. Books
      1. e-books
      2. e-booklets
      3. Printed books
    6. Cross-country walk
    7. Emails
    8. Flyers
    9. Letters
    10. Manifestos
    11. Poll results
    12. Prankster activism
    13. Reports
    14. Statements
    15. Sticker actions
    16. Victim stories
    17. Websites
  8. Popular culture
    1. Comic strip albums
    2. Songs
    3. Operas
    4. Theatre
    5. T-shirts
    6. Video games
    7. Etcetera
  9. Support
    1. Supporting celebrities
    2. Supporting doctors
    3. Supporting organizations
    4. Supporting political parties
    5. Supporting professionals
  10. The kitchen sink
    1. Related conspiracies
    2. Kooky stuff

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