So many times, in seeing all the turmoil everyone here goes through, I want a listing on the web where we can state the stalkers' names. I realize there may be safety and legal issues involved in this, but it seems wrong for us all to go on hiding stalkers' identities, as if we're trying to protect them from harm. (even if it's us, individually, that we're trying to protect)
No, it doesn't just SEEM WRONG to hide stalkers' identities - IT MAKES ME FURIOUS.
From what I've read and experienced, my guess is that most stalkers are serial stalkers. It is a constant stalking mentality, and we are simply fill-in-the-blanks variables along the way.
How can we possibly let this same sickostalker go after someone else? After he's slashed our tires, or sent us hate mail, or caused real embarrassment at work, or made death threats?
I spent a fairly small amt of $ to find the name of sicko's ex-wife and his past residences - as a way to find out how potentially dangerous he might be, and for advice on how previous victim(s) of his stopped the stalking. I went to the ex-wife's large apt building, left a message w/the super, didn't get a call back, & took it no further. I didn't want to put the ex-wife through an ordeal, with a perfect stranger (me) contacting her about her RO against this stalker. But if there were a way for her or me, or any of us, to provide names, on our own - this could help tremendously.
The stalker in my case WILL stalk someone else, after he's done tossing me around as his current prey. His behaviours are too organized, calculated, etc - and his paranoia, delusions, borderline personality, etc too clearly defined - to have just been content stalking his ex-wife, and me - who he know all of what - 1.5 months?, before I said 'let's be friends'. Not about me, not about her - he'll do this on and on, until >>>> what?????
So what about a stalkers' name registry?