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Although I will focus mainly on the police when I talk about the handlers or controllers of these gang-stalking groups, they are not the only people that are involved in recruiting or managing the members of these groups, and they are not always consciously aware of what they are actually involved in any more than anyone else might be that takes part in these activities. These gang-stalking groups and their activities are directed and handled through a chain of command, and the police are often just following orders and normal police procedures that they have been trained to do. However, there are many within the police forces (and elsewhere) who are corrupt and whose ideologies are completely in line with those who ultimately control and direct the activities of these gang-stalking groups. Following orders without question and engaging in underhanded covert tactics to ‘fight crime’ are standard requisites to being a police officer. Those who sit at the top of the chain of command-and-control know exactly which people working under them are best suited for what might need to be done to facilitate these groups and their activities for the desired ends, and so they will see that those best suited are used where they are needed when they are needed and to the degree that they are needed.
In 1998, extrajudicial executions were carried out in 47 countries, 'disappearances' occurred in 37 countries, torture occurred in 125 countries, prisoners of conscience were held in 78 countries, unfair trials for political prisoners occurred in 35 countries, detentions without charge or trial occurred in 66 countries, executions were carried out in 36 countries, and human rights abuses were committed by armed opposition groups in 37 countries.