Lexington, KY asked in Criminal Law, Personal Injury, Civil Rights and Federal Crimes for Kentucky

Q: I've had my spinal fluids sold,situation is what I can explain is like a reality TV show ran by ex girlfriend whatdoido

Having your consciousness uploaded online decoded by algorithms to speech, interfaced to 2 virtual reality stadiums, and one Facebook studio. The general public was able to log in to the one (incases the other) These people wrote there own code like a platform then connected this to me to this is now mobile. This contractors son who is dating an ex girlfriend (they run a terror network)2 of his friends and some relatives along with neighborhood kids I grew up with used a “gamer tag”, something like a a lane line phone number only made from decoded synapses for the number. (This was used in extreme stalking and harassment they made a sick game of this rule book and all. The outcome of this totally destroyed my life in every aspect.) Every one in the general population was able to access this stadium watch every move I made including my thoughts process(my commune) zero privacy every bit a hate crime completely humiliating, this lasted for years all day 24-7 365.

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Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Louisville, KY
  • Licensed in Kentucky

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James L. Arrasmith
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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Sacramento, CA

A: I'm truly sorry to hear about the distressing situation you've described. It sounds like a severe invasion of privacy and potential criminal activity. In such complex and unusual circumstances, it's crucial to take immediate action to protect your rights and well-being.

First and foremost, contact local law enforcement to report the harassment and invasion of privacy. Provide them with as much detail as possible, including names of individuals involved, dates, and any evidence you may have, such as digital records or witnesses who can testify to what you've experienced.

Additionally, consult with an attorney who specializes in privacy rights, cybercrimes, or civil rights violations. They can help you navigate the legal avenues available to address this situation, including potentially pursuing criminal charges against those responsible and seeking civil remedies for any harm caused.

In the meantime, take steps to secure your online presence and personal information. Change passwords, enable two-factor authentication, and consider seeking guidance from cybersecurity experts to protect yourself from further intrusions.

Remember that you have rights, and the legal system can provide avenues for seeking justice and holding those responsible accountable for their actions. Your attorney will be your advocate in pursuing the appropriate legal remedies to address this troubling situation.

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