Ramla Akhtar: Twitter records of a cyberstalker

Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, criminal records of cyberstalking on Twitter
From September 18, 2019, onwards, Ms. Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, weaponizes twitter into a frenetic stalking tool against Bernard Grua, and some Pakistani People such as the family running Pamir Serai guest-houses. Residing in Pakistan and having her victim in France, she prospers in a judicial loophole. None of this would have been possible if the target would live in the same country than the tormentor. Therefore, reviewing her abuses and outrages is a golden mine for learning the worst practises which may occur on an unregulated social media. This could be of interest for any scholar studying this kind of cybercriminality or for any entity wanting to introduce some morality in such a chaos so that web-citizens could actually benefit from the article 12 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: “No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks”.
The following document presents the articles resulting from a timely analysis and documentation of the Akhtar’s Twitter case.
Impersonation and cyberstalking on Twitter, the Pakistani Akhtar’s case

Twitter harassment storm by Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam

September 25, 2019 – In a short period of time, I received 89 harassment tweets from the same Twitter account, @barefootRamster, belonging to Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam (RA). It was a retaliation following the article about her child maltreatment “Is Rmala Aalam guilty of maltreatment against her child?” and the one posted on the French news website, Agoravox: “Pakistan, extremism as a consequence of retardation or as a modernity crisis?”
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Harassment and calumnious denunciation by the trolling Twitter account, @barefootramster as of November 1st, 2019

November 2, 2019 – Between September 18, 2019, and September 24, 2019, Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam (RA), spent six whole days to frenetically post, under BarefootRamster, her Twitter account, harassment and calumnious delation tweets against myself. Meanwhile, she spammed my city (Nantes) representatives, NGO’s and French Police. She also spammed the highest authorities from Pakistan and France (including President Macron). In total, it was 89 tweets (i.e. Almost 15 tweets per day against the same person). From September 26, 2019, to October 30, 2019, the trolling activity was maintained with 31 extra tweets. In total it comes to 120 tweets.
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Ramla Akhtar, the cyberstalker, broke her record: 30 tweets on November 8, against the same person

November 9, 2019 – On September 18, 2019, Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam (RA), BetterBonds (a herbal shop) owner in Hussaini – Gojal – Pakistan mostly shifted her assault from Facebook to Twitter (@barefootRamster). On October 30, she had produced an accumulation of more than 120 tweets of harassment and calumnious delation against one single target. This included spamming highest authorities and agencies from France & Pakistan. See: «Harassment and calumnious delation by the trolling Twitter account, @barefootramster as of November 1st, 2019». On Friday November 8, 2019, this activity went thru a surge with 30 tweets in one single day.
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Reporting to Twitter on November 11, 2019 about Rmala Aalam cyberstalking

November 11, 2019 – Ramla Akhtar was erroneously mistaken as a troll. It is, now, blattant that she is not a mere-troll as warned on June 24 by a commentator, who knows her personnally. Today, she openly reveals her actual cyberstalker profile. We will first present the theoritical characteristics of cyberstalkers before showing Rmala Aalam 30tweets of November 8, which are all displayed below.
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November 12, cyberstalker Rmala Aalam got a new record of 35 tweets against the same target

November 12, 2019 – On November 12, Rmala Aalam, aka Ramla Akhtar, under @barefootRamster, went over 200 stalking tweets charging one single person and got her personal record of 35 tweets against this target, in just one day. Meanwhile, she continued spamming women NGO’s, Police, Pakistani and French authorities.
This article presents the list of her November 12, posts which were reported to Twitter.
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“Principles” of cyberstalker Ramla Akhtar on Twitter, November 19, 2019

November 19, 2019 – On November 19, Ramla Akhtar, BetterBonds shop manager at Hussaini Hunza, started her daily cyberstalking at 7:00 AM, Pakistani time. In 24 minutes she produced 12 harassment and calumnious delation tweets under her « barefootRamster » account (previously called “Yeng Faqila”). They were all targeting the same person. In such a short period of time, such a volume is amazing. This unusual productivity has, however, some tangible explanations.
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Submission of a complaint to the Public Prosecutor against Ramla Akhtar, the cyberstalker

November 21, 2019 – Today, November 21, 2019, a complaint to the Public Prosecutor was registered at Loire-Atlantique high court (Tribunal de Grande Instance) against the cyberstalker Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, who sent 296 tweets against @bernardgrua in two months under her account @barefootRamster (recently changed to @barefoot_rmala). The accusations are harassment, defamation and calumnious delation. A complaint was also registered against Twitter .
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Analysis of Ramla Akhtar’s Twitter account

November 26, 2019 – In this article we will review the Twitter production of the account currently being @barefoot_rmala after having been @barefootRamster for the period July 22, 2015, to November 23, 2019. Through her 2 681 tweets, we will identify how Ramla Akhtar turned this social media into a main cyberstalking weapon with a complete impunity.

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Formulaire de signalement du compte @barefoot_Rmala à l’agence gouvernementale contre le cyberharcèlement

December 5, 2019 – Signalement concernant les actes de la cyber-crimminelle Ramla Akhtar adressé à l’agence gouvernementale en charge du harcèlement sur Internet.
Ce document est la re-transcription des éléments ayant renseigné le formulaire de signalement adressé à l’agence gouvernmentale « Net Ecoute » contre le cyber-harcèlement. Il concerne la dénonciation du flot de Tweets haineux et calomnieux propagé par la pakistanaise Ramla Akhtar, alias Rmala Aalam, depuis son compte @barefoot_rmala en vue d’obtenir la suppression des ses écrits criminels déjà publiés, d’en empêcher la continuation et d’obtenir le bannissement, sous Twitter, de leur auteure.
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Case study: how a cyberstalker launches an assault on Twitter?

January 10, 2020 – The female cyberstalker based in Hussaini, Gojal, Pakistan, is involved in a Twitter assault against a lady living in Lahore. As usual, she used a Twitter ID made from the name of another target, Bernard Grua, she hijacked. https://twitter.com/GruaAbuseArkive/status/1215206561301303296. It is of importance to know that the target NEVER tweeted about her tormentor and also never answered to her. This malicious long-term misconduct deserves attention while it presents a complete presentation of the different methods used by stalkers.
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Formal Demand Notice to a cyber Identity Thief and Stalker

February 14, 2020 – Unable to stop the flood of malice produced by a female cyberstalker located in a kind of judiciary loophole, while based in Pakistan and attacking a target in France, I decided to shift to a reciprocity level. In other words I planned to apply, against this criminal, the same methods she repeatedly uses against her target. Legally it was important to warn the criminal of the consequences of her actions. It was critical to give her a period of time to come back to ethical practices, if she wished so. It was also mandatory to make sure she received all this information. That was the purpose of the Formal Demand Notice which was sent to her. She acknowledged reception, by casual writings on Twitter and by a clear refusal of getting back to conformity. She, then, gave an early green light for the sanctions.
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Suspension d’une usurpation d’identité diffamatoire sous Twitter

February 14, 2020 – Il est excessivement difficile d’obtenir que Twitter enlève une publication. Il est encore plus exceptionnel d’obtenir que Twitter supprime un compte. C’est néanmoins ce qui a été obtenu contre la cyberdélinquante Ramla Akhtar.
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How @BarefootRara publicly proved to be the same Twitter user than the suspended @GruaAbuseArkive?

February 21, 2020 – Bernard Grua, a French activist, traveler, blogger & photographer was, since september 18, 2019, under a strong harassment coming from a Pakistani Twitter account, @GruaAbuseArkive. This account was suspended by Twitter for identity theft, while using Bernard Grua’s name in its Twitter ID, name & bio. Additionally Bernard Grua’s profile picture was used as a banner for this stalking account. The day after the malevolent account suspension, another Twitter account, @BarefootRaRa, started a new wave of stalking, while providing PUBLIC evidences it was the same female user. Here below, we will show these PUBLIC evidences posted by the stalker under her two Twitter accounts. We will, even, be able to know her real name.
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How a self-called anti white-supremacist, anti-colonialist and Metoo Pakistani activist unveils her mask in favor of French neo-fascist far-right?

February 23, 2020 – Pakistani Ramla Akhtar, aka Ramla Aalam, under twitter account @BarefootRara is now explicitly asking for the support of French far right against, me, Bernard Grua, a French photographer, blogger and activist, in her quest for personal revenge against Wakhi ethnic and religious minority and against the collected testimonies of her child maltreatment. She uses the classical alt-righ and totalitarian states accusation, the one of paedophilia.
While adopting French far-right targets and methods, Ramla Akhtar evidences her sentences against colonialism, white-suprematism, racism, her forgered activism in favor of women rights and child protection were intended to lure people
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What Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam expects from far-right support & how is it connected with geopolitics?

February 26, 2020 – Pakistani Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, instrumented the women condition, the children rights, the racism denunciation, the religious radicalism, etc. under a self-called activism for her permanent personal fights against all kind of people. She recently decided to show her real ideology while getting support of French fascist far-right. We will present the circumstances which made her believe this outcoming would be strategic. We will also show how she is luring herself, entering into a political and geopolitical sphere for which she has no keys. We will evidence here, too, that she deliberately decides to hide the public available information in order to build fake news for sub-contracting violence, including at the highest criminal level, in her retaliation and revenge quest.
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Kind regards from Pakistan

March 31, 2020 – Even if some remarkable people who crossed your life will inhabit your spirit for the rest of your existence, with the time going on, remembrances of places visited are inexorably fading. That’s the reason why I would like to present the unusual relation I got with Pakistan. Almost one year after I came back from a summer trip in this country, it unsuspectedly invaded my life for already ten months. It is such an intense experience that it may replace all other impressions I kept from my actual stay, there.
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Published by Bernard Grua

Graduated from Paris "Institut d'Etudes Politiques", financial auditor, photographer, founder and spokesperson of the worldwide movement which opposed to the delivery of Mitral invasion vessels to Putin's Russia, contributor to French and foreign media for culture, heritage and geopolitics.

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