Summary of Examples
Challenges on the Streets
Efforts made to save are often useless because the community or authorities have given up, or believe nothing can be done; though the crisis may exist, there's no way to prove what's taking place, and no criminals to charge. Like the justice system, any charge can be levied against any person at anytime. Whether it is sanctioned or not, it is clear that our rivers and valleys, even waste disposal systems are filled with undesirables. Though many people, including author's like Lovecraft have made us aware of these circumstances in our country since the early 20's, as he puts it, "nothing good has come of it" and so it is not 'made known'. Gates of Repentance
Like a victim on a busy street, no one takes any action to help because they think someone else will, or because they think they will be targeted themselves for 'aiding and abetting', or because they too have been corrupted by the dehumanizing influences that can take hold in a community at large. Its hard to believe that we cannot face our own behavior in this Country, but it is true that we are more likely to face the death penalty without a trial, than we are with one.
A form of psychological abuse in which false accusations or information is presented with the intent of making a victim doubt his or her own memory and perception. By denying abusive acts or obvious facts or staging bizarre events to create shock and dismay, a stalker can confuse and disorient a victim, intimidate a target, and/or identify vulnerabilities in either.
Behavior intended to disturb or upset, usually repetitive. Intentional behavior which is found threatening or disturbing. Sexual harassment refers to persistent and unwanted sexual advances, including harassment in the workplace or marketplace, or at locations where a victim might need to go to obtain essential products or services, and where the consequences of refusing are potentially very disadvantageous to the victim, e.g., the Health Care System.
- An unlawful act causing injury to a person, property, or rights, committed by force or violence, actual or implied.
- An encroachment or intrusion often requiring evasive action.
- An offense, sin, or wrong.
The deliberate show of affection or friendship by an individual or a group of people toward another individual often motivated in part by the desire to recruit, convert or otherwise influence.
Same crime, new witnesses.