Lake Panasoffkee, FL asked in Contracts, Real Estate Law, Intellectual Property and White Collar Crime for Florida

Q: Can someone please help me? I am being framed.

Both my brand new Inspiron and my really old hand-me-down HP have been exchanged at the CPU part, the base. I know there is an FBI investigation, now they can't find anything so they're setting me up to fail because I found accidentally SEC stuff relative to assets (A Huge Number of Assets, Huge) for me. This has the propensity to disrupt the entire market. I even wrote to President Biden, and told him I had come across stuff I should not have seen w/ regards to military things. Now, I am being targeted. Help!?

1 Lawyer Answer
Bruce Alexander Minnick
Bruce Alexander Minnick
  • Tallahassee, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: IMO, you should have learned better before this happened. So learn it now: Seeking attention in the manner you have recently done sets off many alarms in many places you have never heard of.

The next thing you need to learn is that competent successful Florida lawyers will probably not follow you into the rabbit hole--for the same reasons you should not have gone there.

I suggest you stop trying to get more attention by publicizing your situation here--or anywhere else--on the Internet, and take cover.

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