Q: How can I get my constitutional rights and human rights restored after being removed by overzealous retaliatory actions
I am unable to get unmonitored cellular,cable or DSL service. My electronic communications and photos are censored and even my web hosting and DNS service is "reprovisioned" and redirected. I'm refused paramedic treatment and treatment at my regional trauma center. (I was called a cab and denied access to paramedics after a major accident left me with a paralyzed diaphragm, a pneumothorax and seven broken ribs. I was not given x-rays or CT scans despite my complaint of being unable to breathe. I was given a release with doctors that don't exist, and noted I'm part of a tracking group I never authorized. These are but a few of hundreds of violations that have not stopped for 15 years.
A: You need to contact a good civil rights attorney immediately. If this has been happening for such a long period of time, you will have to explain why you have not taken this step long ago. It just may be that the statute of limitations, which sets out the time within you must act on your own behalf, expired long ago and that you may have given up your right to sue to get redress for your civil rights violations. Which makes it all the more important that you contact a good civil rights lawyer immediately and without further delay.
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