It really is extraordinarily difficult to research the practices of “fair game” on the internet. The following two sites are the best I could find.
The roumormill news site gives a list of the persecution that Gerry Armstrong was subjected to – identical to the treatment of gang stalking targets.
The other identical feature was the unwillingness of any law enforcement to take action on behalf of the victim against those committing crimes against him. Gerry Armstrong, along with other losses, was rendered bankrupt by the campaign against him.
What has this to do with gang stalking, apart from identical techniques being practised by indoctrinated cult members? Only that the response of “authorities” to complaints of gang stalking activities is to claim that gang stalking does not exist, except in the imagination of the victims.
Numerous court cases are proof that “fair game” as a method exists. As these methods are identical to the methods used by gang stalkers, there is no justification for claiming that gang stalking is a delusion.
There are two sides to a delusion. One is to insist that something is there when it isn’t. The other is to insist that something isn’t there when it is.
It is arguable that it is the authorities denying the existence of gang stalking who are delusional. What is more likely is that they are simply dishonest, seeking to avoid personal connection to a problem which could destroy them personally if they attempted to tackle it. A very standard response.
http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/archive.cgi/no frames/read/67344. Gerry Armstrong