How many people are gangstalked in South Africa

At a glance

  • Had to get real stats, its the most concealed crime
  • Victims are not aware of the scheme
  • Personal estimate is between 2 000 and 10 000 targeted individuals
  • There are about 4 perpetrators per victim
  • Meaning total perps in SA can be between 8 000 and 40 000

This kind of crime is not only unique to first world countries but to also other parts of the world. In short where there is millions to be made out of killing people without them knowing or leaving a trace then its a go.

How many targeted individuals are there in South African cities such as Joburg, Pretoria, Durban, Cape Town. And what are the stats for each province (Gauteng, Cape, Kwazulu Natal, Mpumalange)

The nature of the crime makes it hard to get any realistic stats. For one most victims do not know they are stalked for years, and even if they do find out, there is no way for them to get help.

As an estimate how ever, if one were to take a guess figures ranging from atleast 2 000 to 10 000 victims in South Africa (targeted individuals) are reasonable.

If there are victims it means there have to be perpetrators, dedicated 24 hour stalkers. A victim will have about 6 gang stalkers (2 being the most bare min)

How many dedicated gangstalkers in South Africa
Lets say 4 dedicated per victim, there will be between 8 000 and 40 000 people making a living out of harassing innocent victims. And this

Gangstalking in itself can be a means to make money. Considering a perpetrator who is completely jobless, no hope of ever being employed and is offered roughly R50 an hour, who would turn that down… R50 bucks to practically do nothing, no skill required, no education, nothing just sit and a harass a person to death.

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