Can I include the media in my complaint to the PD, the court, and CT State AG office about the officers frabrications on an arrest warrant? He specifically stated arrest once .. and that was in regards XXXXX XXXXX documentation I brought to him. I have no criminal record, didn't violate the restraining order, and am NOT going down because of this cop. Again, its a small town PD with a prominant 25 year old woman (she's an opera singer) who's father is the former interim CFO of the State University of NY Medical Center in Brooklyn NY. He's also on the Board of Directors of 7 different Fortune 500's .... His daughter went prostitute on me ... I want the truth
OK ... So I write a complaint against the cop, CC in the court, the judge, the AG of the State of CT and the media for protection. Am I going to be taken seriously (as in I'm telling the truth) or thought of as a "stalker". Of note ... I do have the womans offer of prostitution to support my truth. Also .. can I CC in her 3 Atty's as well?
After the restraining order goes away can her atty's be cc'd? And why a restraining order? I wrote the mother telling her that I loved her daughter, put her through grad school, was trying to get her into AA and therapy for the fact that she was sexually abused by a family member at the age of 10 .... Yup, I'm a real dangerous man
Also ... given that the father is on 7 different fortune 500 boards .. and I have his daughters offer of prositution ... just as an aside ... do you really think the NY Post won't eat the father alive ??
You and I both know that R/O's are given out like candy
You and I know its her only defence against the truth .... Will be writing
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