Little Elm, TX asked in Constitutional Law and Federal Crimes for Texas

Q: I have video proof of my intestines, headphones and objects around me emitting strong emf signals.

Ive been doing research for a week now and everything has pointed to Remote Neural Monitoring. I read that I should get an EMF detector device or an app. Once I did that I noticed some of my items that I carry daily such as my knife and hedphones gave off extemely high emf signals (over 1000 things, I fogot the name randomly) so I recorded that on video.

Ive been hearing a highfrequency noise evedywhere I go, my body, kidneys, chest, will get hot and I randomly get vertigo. I cant think properly, my memory is failing, while I type this Im forgetting how to spell words correctly, my muscles will randomly tense up and I cant move and my hand are sweatting profusly.

Ive never had phone problems before but now my browser app keeps crashing when I type this my touch screen randomly stops working, my phone has turned off many times. I cant add what what practice areas this relates to.

1 Lawyer Answer
John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
  • Frisco, TX
  • Licensed in Texas

A: Before wasting time on a consultation with an attorney, you need to determine the correct identity of whomever is causing the phenomenon you are experiencing.

I would recommend seeing a psychiatrist or neurologist to assist you in locating the source and nature of the device(s). They may also be able to assist you with medication or other treatment to mitigate the effects you are experiencing until you have successfully located the source and identified those responsible for it.

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