Dear Mr. President,

Please stop ignoring the hundreds of thousands of victims of multiple stalkers.

Why does the Office For Victims of Crime offer assistance to victims of single stalkers, but not to victims of multiple stalkers/

"...OVC does not provide any direct assistance to victims of multiple stalking incidents", .... August 8, 2011 6:16 PM .(From Yvonne, Content Specialist, National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS)

Mr. President, you have the power to direct Attorney General Holder to instruct OVC to do whatever is necessary to offer ALL stalking victims 'direct assistance", regardless of how many stalkers they are reporting.

You, as President, have the power to direct Attorney General Holder to begin prosecuting organized groups of stalkers under existing federal anti-stalking laws.

The criminals and hired thugs who participate in organized stalking do so with impunity, because the United States Justice Department on;y seems to care about single stalker victims, and the hundreds of thousands of multiple stalker victims are left to fend for themselves

Please, Mr. President, stop ignoring those of us who are stalked, harassed and tortured daily by these "terrorist stalking cells"..

Thank you,

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