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You can go to the county courthouse and file a temporary restraining order against the person if you know where that person lives or works. Usually TRO's can be filed without a filing fee, but you'll need to know where the person is.
After you file it and serve it upon the other person, the court will set the matter for a hearing. You will then need to give the judge examples of how this person is harassing you and watching you and coming onto your property.
You need to communicate to the judge how you feel there is an imminent sense of danger of physical harm.
This is Government it has to be. I have now a 70k antenna on the power pole outside my house. That is able to track me to who knows. They know everything about me, theyre good, they have hit my dog killed her. Destroyed my old house, i got tired of replacing locks so i started leaving it open, Im now moved and its getting worse, it is pure pure hell
Ive called the city. They come in my house. I cant talk to anyone because it sounds so crazy
I have never seen them but they do not try to hide. They are just that good, white suvs, when i see them i go toward them and i get hit with a blinding light , or a feeling of magnetizm pushing me physically away. I do not know who. They are highly highly spy savy, and theyre good. They are watching and probably reading this now. This has been going on for 17 mnths to be exact.
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