The KION TV moderator opens this TV news segment by stating that the police have told KION that the phenomenon they are reporting on is like “bullying on steroids”, implicit in this statement by KION, is the police department’s admission that these surreal stalking crimes are a real criminal phenomenon.

Salinas California resident, and victim of an organized stalking campaign, Lawrence Guzzino, is interviewed about what it is like to be subjected to these kind of surreal crimes. KION journalist Candice Nguyen describes, with certainty, the basic reality of organized stalking this way:

The victims could be driving their car, talking on their phone, or walking when a group of people try to systematically terrorize them.

This news report included an interview with Santa Cruz California Police Lieutenant Larry Richard, who explicitly admits organized stalking is a real phenomenon that has been occurring for a long time, in this statement:

The police are becoming more aware of gang stalking because of cyber bullying. Gang stalking is nothing new, but new technology is making it more common. Gang stalkers themselves have elevated themselves to technology so this is something that’s been going on before Facebook or Twitter. They just now have gone into those areas.

Candice Nguyen, “Gang Stalking, Bullying on Steroids”, KION News Salinas CA, January 29, 2011, No original source link is available at this time