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PUNISHMENT= The infliction or imposition of a penalty as retribution for an offense
On October 15, 1970, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (18 U.S.C. §§ 1961–1968), commonly referred to as the "RICO Act", became United States law. The RICO Act allows law enforcement to charge a person or group of people with racketeering, defined as committing multiple violations of certain varieties within a ten-year period. The purpose of the RICO Act was stated as "the elimination of the infiltration of organized crime and racketeering.

1. Life Imprisonment
2. Death by hanging, electrocution, firing squad and lethal injection
3. Possibility of victims becoming vigilanties.
4. Severe financial penalties.
5. Community Humiliation
6. Loss of Employment
7. Homelessness

Trackastalker displays this message to all visiting stalkers, this website records and tracks all ip addresses in the hopes that internet stalkers visit this page so we can identify you for preparation for your upcoming trial. All legitimate victims have no need to fear our security system on this website it is here to protect legitimate targeted individuals privacy and safety while visiting trackastalker. We are able to ascertain guilt and innocence fairly easily and we love to keep records so that there is plenty of evidence to remove you from society forever. We ask you criminals to ponder the punishments listed above, we know that you have gotten away with this crime for so long that you think you are untouchable, but think back through history and what happened to tyrants. King Louie and Queen Marie Antoinette were drug from their palace by a populace who had had enough of the type of treatment that community stalkers engage in EVERY day, their heads ripped from their bodies by an enraged public. This is the end all sadistic criminals risk when they torture people for long periods of time. Trackastalker inches forward every day towards your inevitable demise and incarceration......your time is almost up! Tick Tock

This video is a reminder of what organized stalking leads to and shows real life fates of the designers and complicitors of organized stalking. Take a goooood look criminals,.....tick tock
Organized Stalking originated in Germany, and was a precursor to controlling the population. With thousands complaining of it in America today, some would argue that a hidden agenda is being orchestrated in order to bring MARSHALL LAW. This video should serve as a reminder to those who think they can enslave Americans.....

Introduced by Reps. Nofs, Gaffney, Stakoe, Garfield, Stahl, Wenke, Van Regenmorter, Robertson,
Ruth Johnson, Rocca, Howell, Taub, Caswell, Richardville, Palsrok, Caul, Hune, Newell, DeRoche,
Bisbee, Middaugh, Brandenburg, Acciavatti, LaJoy, Pastor, Casperson, Tabor, Drolet, Milosch, Bieda,
Lipsey, Gieleghem, Meisner, Moolenaar and Ward
AN ACT to amend 1931 PA 328, entitled “An act to revise, consolidate, codify and add to the statutes relating to
crimes; to define crimes and prescribe the penalties therefor; to provide for restitution under certain circumstances; to
provide for the competency of evidence at the trial of persons accused of crime; to provide immunity from prosecution
for certain witnesses appearing at such trials; and to repeal certain acts and parts of acts inconsistent with or
contravening any of the provisions of this act,” by amending section 200h (MCL 750.200h), as amended by 2001 PA 135.
The People of the State of Michigan enact:
Sec. 200h. As used in this chapter:
(a) “Chemical irritant” means solid, liquid, or gas that through its chemical or physical properties, alone or in
combination with 1 or more other substances, can be used to produce an irritant effect in humans, animals, or plants.
(b) “Chemical irritant device” means a device designed or intended to release a chemical irritant.
(c) “Computer”, “computer network”, and “computer system” mean those terms as defined in section 145d.
(d) “Deliver” means that actual or constructive transfer of a substance or device from 1 person to another regardless
of any agency relationship.
(e) “For an unlawful purpose” includes, but is not limited to, having the intent to do any of the following:
(i) Frighten, terrorize, intimidate, threaten, harass, injure, or kill any person.
(ii) Damage or destroy any real or personal property without the permission of the property owner or, if the
property is public property, without the permission of the governmental agency having authority over the property.
(f) “Harmful biological device” means a device designed or intended to release a harmful biological substance.
(g) “Harmful biological substance” means a bacteria, virus, or other microorganism or a toxic substance derived from
or produced by an organism that can be used to cause death, injury, or disease in humans, animals, or plants.
(h) “Harmful chemical device” means a device that is designed or intended to release a harmful chemical substance.
(i) “Harmful chemical substance” means a solid, liquid, or gas that through its chemical or physical properties, alone
or in combination with 1 or more other chemical substances, can be used to cause death, injury, or disease in humans,
animals, or plants.
Act No. 256
Public Acts of 2003
Approved by the Governor
December 28, 2003
Filed with the Secretary of State
December 29, 2003
EFFECTIVE DATE: January 1, 2004

Criminal Code of Canada - Harrassment, stalking etc.

264. (1) No person shall, without lawful authority
and knowing that another person is harassed
or recklessly as to whether the other person
is harassed, engage in conduct referred to
in subsection (2) that causes that other person
reasonably, in all the circumstances, to fear for
their safety or the safety of anyone known to
264. (1) Il est interdit, sauf autorisation légitime,
d’agir à l’égard d’une personne sachant
qu’elle se sent harcelée ou sans se soucier de ce
qu’elle se sente harcelée si l’acte en question a
pour effet de lui faire raisonnablement craindre
— compte tenu du contexte — pour sa sécurité
ou celle d’une de ses connaissances.
(2) The conduct mentioned in subsection (1)
consists of
(a) repeatedly following from place to place
the other person or anyone known to them;
(b) repeatedly communicating with, either
directly or indirectly, the other person or
anyone known to them;
(c) besetting or watching the dwellinghouse,
or place where the other person, or
anyone known to them, resides, works, carries
on business or happens to be; or
(d) engaging in threatening conduct directed
at the other person or any member of their