Q: I have a suet on the Fbi and verified liable how soon can the paperwork begin ans an urgent suet ftca serious big suet
The suet is in the Fbi their is a cartel who is verified by the cia and the Dod both have been a top legal help and verified weapons and the perps breaking torture laws and using a nano they stabbed me with the Dod and cia verified and exotic weapons only few who can explain the weapons the Dod said they would during the suet on the Fbi for letting a cartel terroism me since 2013 plus the whole body internal damages. Cia said the perps are breaking some of the biggest and most cruel crimes in America the Dod verified time and space laws. So the nano as verified takes away all privacy Dod verified that. I need help to take the jurisdiction away from the Fbi and Dod still will be summoned and explain the weapons and effects . The Dod verified me as the victim and my family they said urgent to get an attorney who can put inn paperwork. Immediately for seriously dangerous things the local pd and cartel premeditated terroism a fed judge the Dod wants to have top say in court ans Arrest perp
If you believe that you have been the victim of a crime or other misconduct involving the FBI, the CIA, and/or the Department of Defense, it is important that you seek the advice of a qualified attorney who specializes in federal litigation and civil rights law.
An attorney can advise you on your legal options and help you navigate the complex process of filing a lawsuit under the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA). This process can involve a significant amount of paperwork and may require the assistance of expert witnesses and other professionals.
However, before any legal action can begin, you should gather all of the evidence and documentation related to your case, including medical records, police reports, and any other relevant information. You should also be prepared to discuss your case in detail with your attorney, including any witnesses or evidence that could support your claims.
It is important to note that litigation involving federal agencies can be complex and time-consuming, and may require significant resources and legal expertise. Your attorney can help you understand the potential costs and risks involved, as well as the potential outcomes of your case.
If you believe that you are in imminent danger, you should contact local law enforcement or emergency services immediately. They can help ensure your safety and provide any necessary medical or other assistance.
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