posted on Feb, 25 2010 @ 12:09 PM
You can't live your life in fear and intimidation. I have heard "watch your back" ever since I visited Daly Plaza in 1992 and started wandering
around the fence area, trying to put the logistics in place. The minute I started talking about the limo driver at the little museum around the
corner, I heard "watch your back". I almost burst out laughing.
I married one of these thugs during Viet Nam, enlisted in Navy Security. When he asked me to lie for him 8 years later, so he could get a job at the
NSA, I threw him out. He's still over there 30 years later, still lying, worrying about me talking.
He even sent his own personal goon squad the FBI over here to calm me down when I found out what he did behind my back. My ex husband broke half of
the security clearance laws, and he's still got a security clearance. He was busted from Navy Security in 1971.
He just faked his clearance and got some other woman to marry and and lie for him. The NSA is full of these thugs, all lying and threatening people.
They didn't even open up his Navy files and read them. In 30 years, not one defense investigator ever rang my doorbell to ask questions. He's a
deadbeat, he abandoned his little girl, and left us on welfare. He still owes child support, and even tho it's a condition of his security
clearance, nobody is that interested.
I just got a call from a relative of his in Washington DC, who he also threatened, and now we're comparing notes. So I'm not the only person on his
enemies list. My husband also had two goons show up in his office.
I am not going to cut and run, or watch my back. I'm going to keep talking. I don't care if they never listen, but I'm going to keep talking.
Never be afraid of your own government, it just isn't worth it to surrender you personal well being to a bunch of thugs.
Make as much noise as you can and document everything, and send out copies, and keep extra copies in storage. Send out multiple copies of your
And of course, pile furniture on your front door at night. If anybody tries to kick my door in, it will sound like a truck falling off a bridge.
I became a corporate litigation paralegal, and I worked on white collar crime cases. I worked for detectives. One of the detectives I worked for
told me what to do if anybody threatens me, and I intend to do it. He described throwing a TV set out of an 8th story window and setting off the fire
alarms once. Whatever it takes.
I had a guy jump in my car and try to hijack me once, and 5 seconds later, he was running for his life. A guy ran my father off the road once, so my
father pulled out his lethal weapon, then he drove the guy to the emergency room. You have to be prepared. I keep a nice big can of Raid where I can
grab it. They've been ringing my doorbell with all sorts of antics trying to get in. Well, good luck.
People and governments that have to resort to tactics, are literally no government at all. That's a bunch of thugs pretending to be government,
going around intimidating other people because they can't maintain any sense of personal self-respect without it.
Let me tell you about my father, the decorated combat veteran, who had a roofing business in Las Vegas before he was a union leader on the docks. If
you said "watch your back" to my father, he would probably turn around and look you in the face and tell you, you better watch your back and he was
not joking around.
I had two FBI agents in my home trying to minimize the situation between my former husband and myself. My former husband literally will stop at
nothing. He broke Federal law, and when the Feds are perfectly willing to enforce the law against me, they are not willing to enforce the laws
They stood right in my home, refusing to investigate charges and protect my rights. I sent them on their way, they won't be back. Always stand your
ground. Do the right thing.