I answered your question about when I last spoke with the DA incorrectly. It was in August 2012 (not 2011). As I have already stated I've provided additional information to the DA and FBI as recently as last week and, while I know nothing of what is or is not of use to them, I consider it quite unlikely they would not follow-up on some of that information. As I have already stated I first went to the police 6 years ago and the FBI 4 years ago seeking help; desperately - I'm fine now but was then, quite frankly, terrified. During this time, the police attempted to commit me to a psychiatric ward for 3 days against my will or knowing what they were attempting. I told the professionals at the hospital exactly what I was dealing with and they, obviously believing me, released me. I should add I have no criminal record or history of mental illness. I do not do drugs nor am I an alcoholic. I pay my bills, have no debt not even on my home.
I suspect I've provided the most substantial information, or leads, this past year. Therefore, I have most likely contributed to the protracting of the process all along even though I am wanting it wrapped-up. And, who knows what other information they may be receiving or what connections they could be making to other crimes committed.
It's all a bit thick; like I said, these people have considerable wealth and influence. I do have, at least to some degree that I am aware of, protection. Above all things I want the FBI to succeed here (putting an end to these people's criminal activities) and cannot risk interfering with that possibility by stating anything specific online. I did recently convey to them and the DA that, given my current circumstances (it does affect how I live my life), what I have endured and what I have contributed, my position (meaning desiring that this come to a conclusion in the near future) is worthy of their consideration. If it takes too long the efficacy of an achieved desired outcome (their being criminally charged and convicted) becomes diluted for they can inflict a great deal of harm in the meantime. Also, are there statute of limitations concerns here? Any professional insight or suggestions you might have here would be most appreciated.