Hudson, FL asked in Civil Litigation, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Florida

Q: HOW DO STOP A COUNTY WHO IS TRYING TO TO EVESERATE YOU ANY WAY THEY CAN. CAUSE YOU CAUGHT THEM COMMIT MULTIPLE FELONY'S

THEY ILLEGALLY FILED FOR A DEMO ORDER THE ATTORNEY SAID THEY WOULD REMOVE WITH FOCE MY FAMILY. ONES 10 FIRST TIME SHES HAD A DECKED OUT BY GRANDPA BEDROOM. AND ACROSS THE STREET FROM US. SO HER LIFE IS STABLE GRADE ARE MAXED AND I KEEP THIS NEIGHBORHOOD PROPER. I HELP ANYONE CLEAN UP WHAT SOME NOT ABLE TAKE FOLKS FOOD BANKS . I AM NOT PERFECT JUST SETTING THE BEST EXAMPLE I CAN

FOLKS AT THE COUNTY FROM 12/2/13-TODAY HAVE WITHHELD FROM THE STATE DEP. LEO . ME PAID OUT JAN 5/14 @2.5K

3 YEARS BACK TAXES OWED ON DIRT I WAS SOLD AND BOTH OWNERS DEAD NO REPORT DEPT OF STATE LEOS.IRS

BUILDING INSPECTIONS REFUSED 2D DUTY INV CON FRAUD= ENTRAPMENT= CLERKS REFUESED FILE CONTRACT NO PROOF NO PERMITS

SO THEY COLLUDED PRINCIPAL IN THE 1ST

TAX NOTICE HIT EVERYONE I HAD TALKED WITH IN THE LAST 6M 30+TIMEX30+PEOPLE REVISITED AND WANTING TO KNOW WHY THEY LIED TO ME PAID OUT @11K

PROBATE STAFF AND JUDGE NAME HIS CRIMES AND DISINHERIT

SAME ALL ALLOW FRAUD ON COURT

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A: It sounds like you are in a very difficult situation. If you feel that a county government agency is targeting you unfairly, you may want to consider seeking legal assistance to help protect your rights and interests.

Here are some steps you can take:

Consult with an attorney: A lawyer who specializes in government or civil litigation may be able to advise you on your legal options and help you build a case against the county agency if they have committed any illegal acts.

File a complaint: If you believe that county officials have acted improperly or illegally, you may want to file a complaint with the relevant government agency, such as the Department of Justice or the local district attorney's office.

Keep detailed records: Keep a detailed record of any interactions you have with county officials, including names, dates, and times. If possible, take notes of any conversations or meetings and keep copies of any documents or correspondence.

Seek support: Dealing with a difficult situation can be emotionally draining. Consider seeking support from a therapist, support group, or other resources in your community.

It's important to take action to protect yourself from unfair treatment. Don't hesitate to seek help from legal professionals or government agencies if you need it.

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