Victims are always going after whomever they believe are their torturers or the source of their torture. This can be a person or a group. They don’t figure out who is torturing them or get this false idea from experiencing the torture they are directly told by the torture group who is doing it. The torture group is siccing victims on whoever they have chosen to scapegoat.
Victims often attack groups and organizations like the government, the FBI or the CIA. They can also go after businesses like the electric company or the mechanic shop they frequent. It’s obvious why the torture group scapegoats the big names. They consider them enemies and want to cause harm to the reputations of these groups.
The torture group also impersonates real people especially celebrities. This is dangerous for celebrities in theory. Victims find celebrities easy to track but hard to access. So this threatening occurrence is not as serious as it could be. So far victims are prone to slander and libel in regards to these misidentified torturers. There hasn’t been a trend of victim to perceived torturer violence. The threat exists though. All it takes is one violent victim to take it too far.
When I was told I could stop my torture by confronting in person the man I thought was harassing me I couldn’t find information on how to contact him. Instead I tried his well known father Bob Dylan. I made calls, I wrote letters until one day I stumbled upon an address where he was said to live. I visited the house in Malibu and was politely turned away after some questioning by the probably unassociated people there. That’s how far the torture group will go or push the victims to go in challenging or confronting who they think is torturing them.
If victims were to cause harm to the person or group they mistakenly believe to be their torturers it couldn’t yet be blamed on the torture group. The torture group is too deeply hidden in this saga to yet be held responsible for their actions. Victims face repercussions all by themselves.