Coercive citation is a malpractice in academic publishing wherein an editor of a scientific journal approached and coerced authors to add unwarranted citations to articles before the editor will agree to publish it. Previous study only investigated coercive citation from editors to enrich journals’ citations. However this practice has not been researched in an individual serving as editor or reviewer for a journal performing coercive citation with the ambition to boost one’s own citations. This research project undertakes a case study in electrical engineering. My finding is compelling and exposed that the subject of this study is involved in soliciting and coercing other authors into citing his articles in 2 major ways: (1) As editors of several journals, (2) A Guest Editor for a Special Issue. Substantial evidence and proofs from citations of the individual and journals are presented along with the discussion and arguments. The implication of this practice is discussed, mainly to cause agony in the integrity of academic publications.