Vehicular Gang Stalking, Carstalking – Organized Hate Crimes
One strategy used by gang stalkers is stalking victims with cars. Various types of vehicular stalking gambits are used by gang stalkers.
For instance, driveway turnarounds at a TIs house are commonplace. Gang stalkers organize a literal parade of cars to take turns turning around in the TIs driveway throughout the day.
Generally these types of driveway turnaround schemes occur for a period of time, days or weeks, and then stop. Driveway turnaround tactics are used to unnerve and sensitize gang stalking victims.
Vehicular gang stalking around the TIs home also often involves streams of cars and trucks with extremely loud or broken exhausts revving their engines in front of the TIs house while passing.
Another type of carstalking involves gang stalkers braking and slowing down in front of the TI while the TI is driving. The TI is forced to slow down by carstalkers driving at very slow speeds. The TI notices the carstalkers speed up once the TI turns down a street away from the carstalker. Again, these tactics often occur for a period of time and then stop.
Carstalking can also involve occupants of passing cars making rude gestures, honking, brighting, tailing, or yelling at the TI. These tactics can occur while the TI is driving or walking. Sometimes orgranized parades of cars can pass a TI with drivers all making the same gesture to the TI.
Vehicular gang stalking, aka carstalking, is an organized hate crime.
The carstalking is organized by hate groups who often see themselves as vigilante “law and order” groups working outside the law. Neighborhood watch groups can sometimes become involved in these lynch mobs.
Victims can be chosen for any reason, and powerful people with influence often both control the vigilante mobs, and choose the victims.