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Writer Alleges Media Ignoring Evidence of Harassment

Cleveland, OH – WEBWIRE

Writer Cole Phoenix claims that the media is ignoring evidence of harassment; in a real life, “truth is stranger than fiction” story. Phoenix recounts how subtle, strange occurrences and coincidences, combined with workplace bullying and exclusion, deteriorated into something much worse. “Wolves for Hire” begins when Cole is approached by a former coworker, who implies that Cole has something to hide or fear and then attempts to extort money from him on behalf of other parties. The author more or less tells the former coworker where he can go and what he can do with himself once he gets there, as he is positive he has no disturbing secrets to hide and nothing to fear.

The author shares the pain of having to accept the reality of having become a target of what he would later call “patterns of unwanted attention,” a phrase typically used to describe stalking behaviors, which fits this situation. The writer describes the process of gathering evidence of (non-violent) public mobbing, stalking and harassment. He then describes the disappointment of learning that some people close to him had withheld and still withhold valuable information, which might have aided in a resolution.

Phoenix then narrates how being unable to cope with these conditions would lead to alcohol and substance abuse and eventual sobriety. The writer details how he holds valuable engineering licenses, but was/is blacklisted or interviewed for entertainment purposes only and then harassed and ostracized even more, when he is able to find work. He then highlights the contrast in working conditions and relationships when these taxing conditions seem to disappear overnight for significant periods of time. Aware of how all these statements can sound paranoid, Cole assures readers he has evidence to support all the allegations made in this article and in “Wolves for Hire.”

“Wolves for Hire” touches on timeless topics such as betrayal and deception and will have the readers wondering why this story has not gone viral. Unquestionably, this is a one-of-a-kind, real life story. With countless excerpts from the book now showing up in TV commercials, it is not as if nobody has noticed this book, Phoenix points out. The writer invites readers to investigate the claims made in the book and decide for themselves whether “Wolves for Hire” describes a well- orchestrated smear campaign that, at a minimum, violates the spirit of a number of stalking and harassment laws.

Phoenix asks readers to share this bizarre, true story, details of which can be found by clicking this link

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 Abuse of power
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