Prepositions after "victimize"

"victimize by" or "victimize in"?

In 72% of cases "victimize by" is used

I'd gay and being victimized by my brother about my sexuality.

Families victimized by a guerrilla movement in Peru also receive assistance.

We Sri Lankans have had firsthand experience in being victimized by sea level rising.

This system would prevent the labor force from being victimized by unscrupulous merchants.

The so called risk aversion of many has put themselves into being victimized by such schemes.

During that time, 34 percent of them were victimized by violent crimes (robbery, assault, or rape).

People who feel victimized by the system because of their disorder are referred to advocacy groups and legal resources.

Last week, the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) reported that at least 15,000 people have been victimized by the scam.

State regulators have failed to protect some of Minnesota's most vulnerable citizens from being victimized by their care givers.

In 17% of cases "victimize in" is used

Due to the fact, as they are mentally and physically weak, they are victimized in many ways by the employer and other workers.

We all need to speak up in defense of our brothers and sisters being victimized in Arizona, because things are only getting worse.

In Philadelphia, 69 individuals who had been admitted to a psychiatric hospital were asked about having been victimized in the preceding year.