Q: I have reason to believe a tenant is stalking me and using covert surveillance without consent for nefarious purposes.
It has been happening for an extended amount of time, and when I recently used an RF bug detector, it has confirmed my suspicions. It also confirmed that an employee is directly related to this incident even though I have nothing personal against that employee. The reason for this is because my RF detector found a radio signal coming from an inactive vehicle, owned by the employee's spouse, which has been there for an extended period of time. Also environmental observations from different people including strangers raised suspicion, which was later confirmed. It should be noted that I live in a subsidized apartment complex that houses the mentally ill. It also should be noted while I am mentally ill, I am not delusional in any way. Also gangstalking and making illegal profits using this breach of privacy as a paid service to unrelated individuals is involved. This tenant is also very good at hiding/covering up evidence, and also has multiple stalking charges on his record.
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