Most people have access to a computer these days and typing up leaflets on A4 paper of why you have been targeted, by whom and providing information on the reasons why is going to assist the Targeted individual immensely. We would refrain from actually mentioning the tactics and methods being used as this could be used to suggest that the Targeted Individual is suffering from paranoia and/or other mental illnesses. We advise printing out hundreds/thousands of leaflets even starting off with a few dozen would suffice. Handing these out in your immediate vicinity, to neighbours, friends, work collegues and all other people that you associate with in fitness groups, community groups, social evenings etc is going to go some way to exposing the harassment the Target is under. The more people that know what you are experiencing the more chance the Targeted Individual has of expanding their support network, rather than allowing the organisation to diminish it by infiltration and by using slander, lies and other tactics.
Type up a simple petition and go around your neighbourhood collecting signitures whilst at the same time handing out leaflets that have been printed up on why you have been targeted. Standing outside the local council offices would also assist in exposing the harassment as well as the local police station if they are involved in using informants for the harassment campaign against the Target. If possible take volunteers with you.
It would be highly beneficial if the Targeted Individual acquire the assistance of neighbours, family members, work colleagues, friends and set up a support group and network. It would also be advisable to contact local and regional civil liberties and human rights groups and seek their assistance and support. The group could meet on a regular basis and orchestrate handing out leaflets, collecting signitures for a petition, having your photographs taken outside the organisations offices that are targeting the Targeted Individual. There are alot of options available if this route is taken.
Once you have a few hundred signitures on your petition make arrangements to see your local councillor and Member of Parliament. Seeking their support of your cause will go a long way in exposing the organisation that is conducting the harassment. Public officials may not support you but keep to regularly meeting with them and getting them to work for you.