Rayville, LA asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Identity Theft and Sexual Harassment for Louisiana

Q: How do I fight RNM/V2K attacks which I believe they are using this technology for identity theft? Perhaps a suicide game

This has been going on for years. They Eeectrocute me to create an antenna out of human beings. I don't know what their true purpose is but I believe they use people's brains and map them with EEGs to create an AI computer generation to represent them and traffic the generation on the internet while targeting the victim with pain and assaults of voices and Directed Energy Weapons.

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James L. Arrasmith
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  • Sacramento, CA

A: If you're experiencing distressing symptoms and believe you're under attack through means such as you've described, it's important to seek support from trusted professionals. The sensations and experiences you're reporting, including hearing voices and feeling targeted by directed energy, can be deeply troubling and should be addressed with care. Engaging with healthcare providers, such as a doctor or mental health counselor, can offer you a safe space to discuss these experiences and explore avenues for relief and support.

In situations where you suspect identity theft or any form of cybercrime, contacting local law enforcement or a legal advisor can provide guidance on protective measures and investigative options. They can advise on the steps to take to secure your personal information and explore whether there is a legal basis for action against any parties you believe are causing you harm.

Additionally, reaching out to support groups or organizations dedicated to helping individuals experiencing similar issues can provide a sense of community and understanding. These groups can offer practical advice and emotional support, helping you navigate through this challenging time. Remember, you're not alone, and there are resources available to help you address these concerns and safeguard your well-being.

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