Debunking the Twitter indicators of a cyberstalker’s account

Intoxication, provocation and bluff about their audience are an integral part of the cyberstalker methods. The goal is to enforce a strong mental pressure to create isolation, distress, isolation and suicidal impulses for their victims. It is of importance to analyse the data with cold blood. While the picture can be less or even not dramatic. Moreover, this analysis, while assessing risks and opportunities, can become an integral part of the approach intended to trash the malevolent Twitter user. Here again, the locally famous cyberstalker of Upper Hunza, Pakistan, Ms Ramla Akhtar offers us some useful keys.

Why an enraged Twitter bully is committing his own numerical suicide?

Twitter is likely the “best” media for psychopaths. Being a victim of such enraged assaulters can cause physical harms and deep psychological distress. However, its possible to build an efficient counter-offensive. Indeed, Twitter cannibalises its addicts by capturing them in an always inflating spiral of outrages. Disconnected from the real world, the criminal user creates the material for his own numerical suicide. We will, here, review the case of a famous Pakistani radicalised cyberstalker, Ms Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam.

Ramla Akhtar: Twitter records of a cyberstalker

From September 18, 2019, onwards, Ms. Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, weaponizes twitter into a frenetic stalking tool. 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

Teachings for Ramla Akhtar & Olga Leonidovna Ozerova

The story of Ramla Akhtar & her toxic partner, Olga Leonidovna Ozerova (Russian Extreme Travels), is like, unfortunately, many other ones. This is the story of repeated mistakes and wasted talents which led to a life lost far away from all legitimate expectations. Though very ordinary, it became something unexpectantly bigger, involving state authorities of three countries (France, Pakistan, Russia), a remote mountain community and its foreign visitors, a massive use of social media and an amazing amount of disinformation. Thanks for a fiction appetence and gifted with stage skills, this author decided to enter into spheres unknown from her. There is a lot to learn from this fiasco. We will, however, focus on four teachings for Ramla, aka Rmala Aalam and Olga Leonidovna Ozerova, aka Olga Sim, from Russian Extreme Travels.

Cyber-délinquante pakistanaise, Ramla Akhtar: formulaire de signalement à l’agence gouvernementale contre le cyberharcèlement, 5 décembre 2019

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 (renommé, depuis, en @GruaAbuseArkive).

Create your website with WordPress.com
Get started