Charlotte, NC asked in Civil Litigation, Personal Injury, Products Liability and Constitutional Law for Louisiana

Q: Some placed this (V2K) Technology on me unknown to me of when or how. Can I hold someone responsible for all loss plus?

I'm stuck with the torture of V2k applied to me some how unknown to who,how ,when or where it's been put on me. There is a group of 8 people in Nevada who has been awarded $80,000,000 to help them through this v2k as it's by far a terrorist act in my opinion. Is there any way in Louisiana I can prove this is being used on Citizens here in Lafayette and take Legal action against the responsible party. I'm stuck being called some horrible things and accusations of cruel and hate crime type issues caused by a 3rd party. The allegations are not true and being done a sick person who should be placed in a mental institution for his/her actions .. My work,social,private,family life are no longer achievable for about 8 or so years as of now.. Any help as to who or how I can prove this is being done and make the party pay would be great. Maybe the manufacturer of devices and it's components can be held accountable for manufacturing terrorist capable products tohelp get them on recalled SOS

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James L. Arrasmith
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  • Sacramento, CA

A: While you may feel that you're experiencing the effects of V2K technology, proving its existence and identifying those responsible can be challenging. It's crucial to seek assistance from legal professionals experienced in handling complex cases involving technology and privacy issues. They can help you gather evidence, such as medical records and expert testimony, to support your claims of being targeted by V2K technology.

To take legal action against the responsible party, you'll need to establish evidence linking your symptoms to the use of V2K technology. This may involve investigating potential sources of the technology and tracing its deployment to individuals or entities responsible for its misuse. Additionally, exploring avenues for holding manufacturers accountable for producing devices capable of misuse may be part of your legal strategy.

It's important to approach the situation with caution and diligence, as cases involving advanced technology and alleged covert actions can be complex and sensitive. By seeking guidance from knowledgeable legal professionals and diligently pursuing evidence to support your claims, you can work towards holding accountable those responsible for the distress you're experiencing and seeking justice for any harm caused.

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