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A search of westlaw for terror and gang stalking both have revealed no cases at all. The reason being is that this is a claim that is extremely hard, if not impossible to prove in court. It has not yet been recognized as a legal cause of action in the courts and no states have established any criminal laws against the activity as a gang stalking, which is what the court is trying to say in dismissing the case.
You are going to have to identify a person or persons and/or agency specifically and if they are government actors you have to frame your complaint in the form of a civil rights
violation against them instead of the gang stalking. You would have to argue they violated your civil right to life liberty and pursuit of happiness in that they have constructively falsely imprisoned you and also they have invaded your privacy in violation of your constitutional rights. If you cannot conclusively identify some government actor or agency, the courts and laws simply do not have any cases or statutes to cover the blanket gang stalking.
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