Rockville, MD asked in Libel & Slander, Banking, Civil Rights and Environmental for Pennsylvania

Q: I am being framed. this box does not allow enough words to explain. There is spyware in my home. Who has authority to

my house is under spyware,all 3 of my devices are hacked and someone is duplicating anything I joined or apply for(paypal, credit cards, repair services. My network has been compromised and indicate Network#3 I don't know what that means. One of the worse thing done is "they" are trying to frame me for retail theft. I closed a email account because my antivirus indicated it was not safe. I contacted Amazon, and THOUGHT I was talking to a representative who changed my email address. Someone is trying to make it look like when I make a purchase from Amazon, reportedly they get notification(not from me) that I didn't receive item. I received my items, but when I pick it up, someone drives by and takes a picture. Becaue bank statements and credit cards have also been hacked, but I see no unusual purchases just the opposite, purchase with my major debit card are NOT showing! Only the Federal government has that kind of power. I had proof but it was stolen out of my home. What can I do ?

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James L. Arrasmith
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  • Civil Rights Lawyer
  • Sacramento, CA

A: I'm very sorry to hear you are in such a distressing situation. Being potentially targeted by unauthorized surveillance and hacking can certainly feel like your privacy, rights, and even sanity are violated. Here is my advice on steps to take:

1. Document everything suspicious through photos, copies of statements, logs of incidents/intrusive files found on devices, etc. Concrete evidence is crucial.

2. Consult a civil rights lawyer who specializes in privacy violations and governmental misconduct. They can properly request investigations and initiate lawsuits once evidence confirms illegal hacking by state actors.

3. Hire a digital forensics firm to analyze your devices and network activity. Their technical expertise and testing can prove remote hacking.

4. File police reports on the break-ins and stolen items. This establishes a paper trail. Consider security cameras as well.

5. Seek mental health support during this time. The stress can be trauma-inducing. A therapist can help you process and cope.

You deserve to feel secure and maintain control over your private affairs. With evidence and the right legal help, you can hold the perpetrators accountable, whatever the source. Don't lose hope and know you have options. Wishing you the very best in resolving this.

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