Who is to blame?

The tactics of a recent terrorist group and how their interactions with each other seemingly covers for each other is about to be exposed.

When certain members of this criminal gang are caught, they tend to say "They are just taking orders!" or play the victim acting as if they were blackmailed by a mysterious person, and the person giving the orders tends to say "I was just playing a text game, they are the ones doing it!" or they were just passing on a message, when they fully know what is happening.

The orders in this criminal gang tends to go alone a chain of people passing down the orders from above, just like the pyramid structure of communication in a company or in the military, but is more compartmentalised from person to person, this creates a disconnect between leadership and members of the gang, protecting people further up the chain of command.

Some members of this criminal gang are forced to do the orders due to being under threat or being blackmailed, making them a victim that are also criminal at the same time, doing the orders that would make them a criminal.

The true leadership of the group tries to remain as hidden as possible from a heated situations, while telling all the criminal members close to the top to call themselves the leaders, the people at the bottom of these chains tend to be the most victimised being manipulated and blackmailed, with the leadership hiding amongst the victims acting as a victim.

Each of the leaders tends to have a single leader above them giving them orders, and people below them to pass on the orders too, creating small compartments between each other.

The true leadership of this particular terrorist group tends to hide at the bottom of the of the chain of command acting as the victim blaming everyone else for above then hoping to escape the situation using psychological manipulation.

This also ensures that commands are passed down the chain of command and are getting recieved by the true victims, the top of the chain of command may interact with these hidden leaders at the bottom through multiple ways, including electronic communication and written notes but rarely vocal communication

These leaders are likely known as the silent leaders, while the top of the chain of command are the visible leaders, while the visible leaders look to seem to be the likely suspects, the invisible leaders playing the victim can use sneaky tactics to keep the visible leadership alive, such as claiming that certain people are were never involved in a crime or even claiming that they are the heroes, belonging to save people.

Being blackmailed into a crime is still a crime, and can not be used to hide that a crime has been committed.