@GruaAbuseArkive/@BarefootRaRa, analysis of a dark Pakistani Twitter account

@GruaAbuseArkive is an “anonymous” and inpersonating Twitter account. Since September 18, 2019, this account is oriented towards hate speech, defamation, calumnious denunciations, blackmail, doxxing and calls for violences against western foreigners and against the Wakhi local minority living in Chapursan Valley, Northern Pakistan. The main focus of @GruaAbuseArkive is a French citizen, @BernardGrua, living in Nantes. As of July 18, 2021, he has been targetted by 1,741 tweets. The major addresses of Ms Akhtar calumnious denunciations are Nantes municipalty, Nantes Mayor and Nantes Police. The most crimminal allegations posted by @GruaAbuseArkive against Bernard Grua are paedophilia, murders, terrorism, Nazism and torture.

Anti-bully and anti-stalker best practise for Twitter

When being hit by a bully or a stalker attack on Twitter, the first reflexes guided by a strong emotion and an outraged indignation are generally the worst. Here, based on actual experiences we will present what should be, first, absolutely avoided for immediately safeguarding your personal assets and for depriving your tormentor from extra advantages. Then we will propose some simple best practise for managing your ereputation counter-campaign.

Regain your personal or business name when your website was hacked & converted into a slanderous machine

This article will present, with an actual case, how it is possible to counter the theft and the impersonation of a business website that has been turned into a defamatory destruction weapon against the reputation and the livelihood of its owners. We will explain the method and the tools which are used for this “regain your name” campaign through content creation, use of social media and search engine optimization (SEO) best practises.

Ramla Akhtar & Olga Leonidovna Ozerova: the main milestones of an international cyberstalker’s case

Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, is a radicalized Sunni cyberstalker from Karachi living northern Pakistan. There, with her partner Olga Leonidovna Ozerova (Russian Extreme Travels), she promotes sectarian fanatism, racism, discrimination and violence against the ethnic and religious Wakhi minority. She also targets its foreign visitors via defamation, harassment and calumnious denunciations. This document presents the main milestones of the procedure handled from France by Bernard Grua, one of her victims.

Discover the strength of your Twitter account while facing a cyberstalker.

The unstoppable enormous amount of defamation, calumnious denunciations, call for violences, etc. a psychopathic rabid cyberstalker is able to produce on social media creates numerous damages in the life of any targeted regular citizen. However, volume, repeated propaganda and perversion are not the only keys of success on Twitter. Don’t give up. If you focus on quality and relevance, you may have some fundamental strengths which could make your position more comfortable than you believe.

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

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