The innocent victims of this unregulated hidden agenda, have been rendered helpless in exposing our experience involving nothing less then economic espionage. The gathering of truth or facts, in our data would have prevented not enriched ,those in collusion.
The innocent victims,whom finds in small town IL. a reality that when your targeted for this intrusive device to set up in your home and monitor daily life,it isn't a truth finding tool,that when I found that my scanner was picking up the conversations of the same violators of Constitution, that had hoped the device was placed to protect us since I couldn,t get legal representation to make a trustee that I knew had exploited my trust,in the now failed National bank,the endless red flags that prove corruption and abues damages and loss are never be shown, the pawn, thought we could open that data,to prove the under handed plots these intruders that where able violate laws, and my government sent them to my home,along with the share holders,that large group that makes up the agenda, my demise is a gain,with no voice to plea for someone to protect us, out there,the precious blessed life one day found I was in some twilight zone type of society, where every wrong I couldn't get the wrongs caused by this towns type of contractor, as collusion and the hidden edited data that if my government would have let me show what happens when, the Constitution isnt held in high regard as employed hentch men, that our future was given from bank and our savings, since last depression,funds the program that picks the innocent dry,the facts victims will never have,since after 30 years the device and the hidden early caught red flags, to prevent risk in so many uncovered recently illegal free for all, the ability to make saftey net 2 years before the losses were finally seen, but I hear that oh well everyone with professional duties, just let the ball drop.and povery and voiceless, with a passed hidden agenda into law without even hearing the warnings to heed.
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