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The Circle - Mobbing Within a Family Business
I have a very unique workplace bullying and mobbing case. My husband is the owner of the company and his older brother is his partner. Many days the workers are close by my home. The worst one of the bullies is my husband's older brother. His bully attitude is quite contagious. His favorite tactic is telling blatant (often ugly) lies to our employees about me.
At times he has even told our workers that I have made accusations against them that I have not made.
This sort of lying gets our employees to join "brother bully" in his hatred toward me and then his mobbing team grows. There have been times that I can not go outside my home without being subjected to all sorts of harassment.
Sadly, I have been the target of some these men in the recent past who went so far as to plot to take my life. They have failed twice. Unfortunately the second time their mob bully (a paroled murderer) took the life of an innocent woman by mistake.
They have close ties to a well connected attorney who also has a strong dislike for me.
He knows all of the proper maneuvers to keep their activities covered. He has connections in the local law enforcement community.
I have been trying to get law enforcement on all levels to help without much cooperation.
The bullies and their attorney use all sorts of tactics to damage my credibility in case there is ever any sort legal action taken against them.
I believe that if they were not guilty there would be no need to go to such lengths to damage my credibility or to silence me with intimidation tactics or worse... to take my life from me.
There have been many years of this kind of mobbing that has taken place in our company. My sister-in-law was shot to death a few years ago. Her death was ruled a suicide. A more accurate ruling would have been bullycide. This kind of behavior is far beyond mere bullying.