Q: i need legal help
i believe someone has stolen my identity and has all my communications and internet blocked and t they are also putting pics and possible video to various sites. also i believe that they have been trying to harm me intoxicating me. i dont know the reason yet but im working on it. idont know what to do.
im on parole and i cant even call my parole officer
In Louisiana, if you suspect identity theft and are experiencing blocked communications, it's essential to take immediate action. Start by trying to contact your parole officer through alternative means, such as visiting their office in person, to explain the situation.
For the identity theft issue, report it to the local police and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) as soon as possible. The FTC provides resources and guidance for identity theft victims at identitytheft.gov. Additionally, monitor your financial accounts and credit report for any unauthorized activity. It's also important to secure your internet connections and change passwords for your online accounts.
If you believe you're being harmed or poisoned, seek medical attention right away and inform healthcare providers of your suspicions. Considering the complexity of your situation, it would be advisable to consult with a lawyer who can provide guidance specific to your case, especially considering your parole status.
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