Sunday, July 24, 2022

TI Victims' Resource Booklet

Over the past year, became my unintended side project after a loss of my personal domain for teaching piano. Though my original domain returned to me after a year, I took on a more serious role as a writer and volunteer victims   "group leader", sharing information and personal experiences that I am not paid to share with new human rights organizations' members and followers.  Some victims reached out to me. They have gotten crushed by content developers who mark their work as human rights advocacy and non-profit charity. Their (predominantly extremist white male) behavior has left a trail of deeply saddened victims.

Each victim has a different story. And I am only one person who has limited funds and resources. I compiled an overview 8 page TI Resource booklet pdf for victims and concerned individuals. You can read the contents below. Or its available for download at:                  *The contents are not legal advice     07/2022

Spiritual healing for  peace and calm in our daily routines.

Some spiritual healing modalities are frequently misunderstood by victims who want to talk away and unload their past trauma to a compassionate volunteer. There are some, yet few safe places to do this type of verbal expression, even with open victims' meetings hosted online. 

The following two resources mention the 21day cycle. There are many other 21 day healing resources out there, but here are a couple that have been used successfully.

Book:  A Time To Heal by Cathy O'Brein 

Group: Bruno Groening Circle of Friends is based out of Germany but has multicultural international following in numerous countries. Books are available online, and remote volunteer translators communicate between English and German into to many other languages- ie., Hebrew, Russian, Vietnamese.

Buddhist books: 

Start Where You Are by Pema Chödrön

365 Dalai Lama  Daily Advice from the Heart by His Holiness the Dalai Lama


In terse multicultural environments, some trauma diagnoses are not mental illness. Race based social and environmental factors and are not mental illnesses. 

RBTS - Race Based Traumatic Stress

From: Asian-American Mental Health Resources


Please report Asian and AAPI, or other hate incidents and bias motivated conduct you experience or witness. Many people fail to stand up for the minorities of minorities in the USA to save face and side with the abusers on the ladder of systemic racism. Reporting a hate incident doesn't mean there will be law enforcement involvement. New social statistics acquisition has finally been initiated since many hate incidents aren't considered hate crimes.

Include emails, social media, video, meeting weblinks, with or without recordings, images, (speech and harassment) for statistical purposes - hate incident reports are unlikely to bring in any intervention by  law enforcement.  It is important to report incidents, especially since adverse behaviors may markedly cause depression or suicidal thoughts in people who witnessed the attack. - ie. In an online meeting.

Places to report hate incidents or bias related behaviors:

In Zoom Meetings or outside of Zoom:

Report Zoom related Abusive Behavior:

Google Meet Policies

Google Meet Report Abuse

Stop AAPI Hate (USA)

Stop Hate UK

USA HATE CRIMES  report to law enforcement in USA or abroad 

US Department of Justice -  (Not state AG)

State Department/ FBI -


Local police- If you aren't afraid of police or racist retaliation from them. Some police jurisdictions allow for online reports and/or miscellaneous incident reports. But some police aid and abet criminals and stave off any reporting to circumvent the statute of limitations of federal crimes.

To file other US complaints: Against a state agency or worker- your state's Attorney General office website may have an online complaint forms. 

On the State Attorney General website(s) look for "submit a complaint" links in sidebar, menu, or on a page.

Ie.,  Pennsylvania Attorney General to complain about Department of Motor Vehicles - 717-787-3391 or visit website

Ie., California Office of Attorney General (OAG) - California Department of Justice website for complaints or

Facility (ie. Hospital complaint) - Department of Health 

Taxes- IRS or

Department of Revenue (Pennsylvania )

US Money order inquiry- go to USPS office and request form PS-6401 + fee over $7.

Also alert you post office to mail fraud or suspected issues at the USPS website.  



PETA Factsheet: Animal Abuse Human Abuse Partners in Crime 


To Report Animal Abuse - first contact local police closest to the animal or 9-1-1 in US. 

Report to PETA: please use the email or online form for a faster response.

*The contents are not legal advice     07/2022

*The contents are not legal advice     07/2022


Cybertorture includes the use of technologies on civilians around the world. It is very difficult to gain insight without Federal help for victims. Reporting Anomalous Health Incidents (aka. Havana Syndrome)  should be directed to the State Department or FBI. 

One idea I shared with victims is to learn how to make and archive their own dried blood microscopy slides- until they  are able to access and afford electron microscopy or affordable spectroscopy. Making a dried blood microscopy slide can provide insight to the victim's nanotech or biotoxin contamination status. It can be affordable (appx $20USD for slides and coverlets) and portable way to archive potential evidence with a label and proper envelope. It only requires a drop of blood from a finger, toe, or other suspect place on the body.

The latest topic of cybertorture is intertwined with larger scale attacks against the victims. Multiple stalkers may work collectively to unnerve their victim, destroy their support systems and reputation, and leave them homeless and isolated.

There are several newer organizations that have enabled victims of these newly identified crimes be heard. California with Silicon Valley seems to be the most aggressive state creating laws to deter cybertorture. However national laws are slowly emerging in new legislation. And many of the new groups and organizations are already involved in influencing the legislation.



FISA 1978- Foreign Surveillance Act of 1978 and revisions 2001+

The DoD 5240.1r  (1986) surveillance manual indicates the degradation and possible death of a person's life is part of the parameters of the surveillance procedures. It has been used by several US military branches, federal, and local officials as justification for human testing- both consenting and non consenting. And, it includes signals intelligence use: with microwaves, radar, exotic signals. A  lengthy checkbox affidavit that exists to prove these crimes (over a long time,or lifetime) are a form of torture by intelligence agencies. You can find the affidavit at  

Also visit lead by former Intel Agency, NASA, and Government employees. They have many tactics listed such as; Cease and desist letter forms, and equipment you can buy document the signals and electromagnetic radiation. You may need help of one or two people.

 Related: FARA - Foreign Agents Registration Act, Patriot Act, Freedom Act

*The contents are not legal advice     07/2022


Some researchers found that "Gangstalkers" are hired for over $28,000 to train a group of 50 or more new Gangstalkers to force people out of homes and neighborhoods inside the USA. This training may be linked to FISA stalkers who are contracted by the government.

These collective actions done using known government surveillance procedures, occult handling of members and surrounding individuals, and/or by transhuman researchers in biotechnology are known as gangstalking. New legislation is needed to make it a crime in many nations and states.

Some investigators  found that "Gangstalkers" are hired for over $28,000 to train a group of 50 or more new Gangstalkers to force people out of homes and neighborhoods inside the USA. This training may be linked to FISA stalkers who are contracted by the government.

Basics- keep a stalking incidents log

Tech Safety

SPARC - Stalking Log Instructions

It's important to report or log abuse. But the downside is that stalkers can use the logged information against the victim, especially by intolerant people where "Community Abuse"exists

It is difficult to report hate incidents when the local police discriminate or persecute immigrant or foreign national families living inside the USA or other nations. So please log hate incidents with an method- journal, app, collection of notarized affidavits, or organization you trust. 

Foreign nationals or immigrants in the USA may want to read current "Aliens & Citizens American Jurisprudence" reference volumes at a law library or online before consulting an attorney.

Brought to the USA by US Military or state actors and in a domestic violence situation? 

Writing to the UN (United Nations) is a last resort after all other documented remedies have failed.

  *Note: Some racketeering groups (organized crime) married or brought foreign nationals into the USA or other nations. These groups of men and women typically control the scapegoat 

*The contents are not legal advice     07/2022

narrative of the children and the foreign born spouse for blatant persecution, torture, or intelligence agency false flag narratives. They do so with help from local police, state offices, 

public school officials, and higher up military and/or their extended friends and family network. Racketeering is a crime intended to affect a foreign official's decisions for policy, trade, the sale of defense weapons, or control of US Military Bases, and much more. It is illegal practice that 

encompasses many severe federal crimes including murder or "suiciding" relatives, and may be a form of hostage taking. They are repeat RICO Act violations that criminals have managed in order to circumvent discovery of a variety of trafficking by using women and children as shields politically. Domestic Violence can include forms of torture according to the United Nations.

Some choose to call mental health services on the target as a form of medical abuse. This is a really common form of abuse used to disrupt the targets' life. It's similar to asymmetrical warfare tactics which "capture" removes the target from their normal routine.

Some victims of cyber torture tweet unrelenting daily attacks and stalking related incidents on social media accounts over the past decade. And, they have not seen a remedy to their overall situation and lost employment. The so-called "embarrassing" daily tweets raise awareness and may deter more serious bodily harm by assailant(s). 

Reporting civil rights violations historically doesn't turn into a flurry of civil suits because it is a power-related social issue. Reality is that many civil rights or human rights violators go without punishment or reprimand, even with heinous crimes as conspiracy to suicide/manslaughter an individual. Reporting incidents may give insight to social trends that can be corrected. Or an area that may need additional intervention. In some rare cases, shedding light on a psychopathic murder to sentence an abuser who escalted their violence to murder.



*Always keep enough money ready to take a bus, or  secure and safe transportation away from the situation. If a cyber hacker is controlling your ride share, find another way to get transportation. Even if it means getting a bicycle or a plan to walk away and camp under a tarp. Keep an old phone that works in case of emergency, a full charger cable if stuck in a rural area.

If you live in a community with helpful resources and volunteers, educate yourself about the crime victim compensation system before you get stuck. Don't expect the police to be helpful. Some police are repeat domestic abusers themselves. Only some victims' advocates will be able to help you through the system beyond state supported psychological counseling which 

*The contents are not legal advice     07/2022

may be part of Victim's Compensation. Victims are expected to pay out of pocket first. So be prepared to pay hospital bills, attorney fees, and acquire new housing all at once. 

It isn't fair. And credit reports have no mercy for victims who fail to make payments.

Typically, Victims' Compensation only covers immediate medical expenses from an attack that the state prosecuted. Meaning, that the police or law enforcement witnessed the attack and decided to press charges for the state.  

Many victims are left to homelessness despite Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) protections. Meaning ie., A county judge disregarded one victim's VAWA request despite the housing requirements being met– Federal VAWA guidelines of housing complex being partially subsidized by the Federal Government. The  judge who golfs in the community didn't want the stigma of helping a specific targeted female who was placed on a watch list. And made it known prima facie in their courtroom.

Resources to secure new housing can be found through domestic violence centers, religious groups, and homeless shelter.  Beware of being bulldozed in shelters and on your phone or computer by the assailant's friends or attorneys offices and hired hackers/investigators.  You will probably be on a schedule and give up some freedom of coming and going as if you had your own place. And, despite legal protections against rental discrimination;- some victims are refused access to housing outside of the victim's related resources.

You may need to rely on renters' insurance for damaged belongings. There is a limit to federal Victim's Compensation monetary assistance. Civil suits may be the only way a judge can award compensation for excessive damages.

Afraid to call the police? Damages to vehicles vary in severity depending on state laws. Ie, some states consider a tire slashing attempted murder. Reporting obvious tampering helps to document the pattern of attacks.

To secure an inexpensive storage unit for belongings may be helpful, but not foolproof to protect items from thieves or tampering. Selling what you can may give you helpful funds to leave the situation, or take away stress of damaged belongings. A rule of thumb some people use is whatever isn't used in 3 months time is sold or donated. Any excess can be burdensome to continue storing. 3-4 months is a long time to understand how your life may have changed and what you can sell or use.

*The contents are not legal advice     07/2022

Resources on Crime Victim Compensation

Rape Abuse Incest Information Network – RAIIN 1-800-656-4673 in USA, has chat hotline

US Federal DOJ trifold pamphlet pdf

Online Resources for Suicidal Victims or Self-Harm 

Find help and reach out to the victim in your area with specific resources, phone numbers, websites near them. Let them choose to call.

Let the social media platform know by making a report of a known or anonymous attendee.

Contact the local law enforcement where the victim is. There may be advocates who can counsel the victim at their home in some areas. 

International website resources

Find a Helpline

Wikipedia International List

International Association for Suicide Prevention


Contact Zoom:

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Call 800-273-TALK (8255) or Text NAMI to 741-741