Originally posted by Yuriko Oyama
I definately don't have any Exs that would care about me. I'm on pretty good terms with all of them.
I was thinking about the police but there comes the idea that the police may be behind this..
But I will try to keep records as much as I can.
Well the federal government just would not go to the expense to do that type of surveillance on a normal person just because they read up on UFO’s
and such. Like I said, they might do this on someone that is involved in the drug trade or something, simply because most of their dealings are going
to be done on the street, in hotels, and person-to-person. In those instances, they would need to be able to do mobile surveillance to catch them in
Even the expense of an individual paying to do that sort of surveillance is cost prohibitive. Only someone that had a financial reason to make it
profitable in the long run (like an insurance company that is paying out on a monthly basis), or a serious axe to grind, would go through that effort
Besides the fact that in most states a PI does not have the legal authority to use the type of equipment in a surveillance van. They cannot tap your
phone, shoot video in your house, or electronically eavesdrop on you. If they do this, without a court order, they are going to lose their license and
perhaps do some serious time. As soon as they use electronic devices to monitor you they run afoul of most states wiretapping laws. If you don’t
believe me call a PI and ask them what they think, what the cost would be for a long term surveillance, and while your at it have them do a bug/pen
and trap sweep on your house, if you want to be sure.
If you contact the police, you will find out quick if its them, just by the way that they proceed with the process. Think about it, if this has
followed you from state to state, then its most likely not a state agency doing it, so if you contact a state agency, they will have no idea what is
going on and will have to investigate it. At some point, they know they will have to follow up with you as to what they found, and if they give you a
BS story then maybe you have something to be worried about. If it’s a PI, they are most likely just going to tell you that straight out.
Still through all of this the part about them calling your phone is the part that does not fit. NO agency would do this! For that matter why would
they do that? What sense does it make? If they are investigating you then that officer just got his phone number listed on your incoming calls list,
and would most likely be out of a job come the next day. That was a scare tactic, someone was telling you to mind your own business, or letting you
know they knew your phone number, or that they were aware that you were aware of them. That by itself tells me that if this all is not just a big
coincidence, then it is something you need to call the police about.
Maybe without even knowing it, you have see someone doing something that they are not supposed to be up to and they are telling you to butt out. Maybe
you have a neighbor that is under investigation and you keep interfering, maybe someone is peddling drugs in your area and they think you know about
it, could be a ton of things. So if you are sure you have done nothing wrong besides post to a conspiracy site, and read up on iffy subjects, then
contact the local authorities, what do you have to lose. After all that is what you pay them for...
[edit on 12/1/2005 by defcon5]