The torture group loves to tell victims that their loved ones and other people they know are also torture victims. They do it because victim’s paranoia and the negative psychological impact of the torture makes them vulnerable to bogus claims. I say bogus like I’m certain my family members have never experienced the torture. I believe I could be wrong. But no one else has reported to be a torture victim. Except one mysterious family member that my father won’t identify to me who is reported to be schizophrenic. I can’t say for sure. I just suspect the torture group of lying. Because under their rules anyone could be a torture victim and every torture victim could be physically controlled by the torture technology. Not enough information. Too many lies too often from the torture group.
I think the reason a lot of victims think this could be true or deeply and thoroughly believe it is because victims don’t know where the torture group begins and ends. They have never experienced anything which is so contrary to the way they were taught they would be protected citizens of their safe and soft country. That’s a think isn’t it? The victims aren’t coming from places where this is normal behavior. They come from the opposite.
The torturers are good at abusing the victims lack of understanding of the torture group and the torture technologies. Without information and no public available date comparable to what the torture group is doing victims can’t get a bead on what their loved ones are at risk at. They realize how much of a threat and how damaging they can be during their torture by inadvertently allowing the torture group access to private and/or intimate times with family and loved ones. It’s natural to worry and with intense torture comes intense reactions. That’s one reason why victims are so paranoid about people they know also being victims.