No good explanationExcept the obvious

Except the only one backed by evidence which makes it fact

My neurologist called me that day warning me what they were trying to do and my having told her what happened in 2011 when she asked why I didn’t get medical help .Given I have conveyed this at the time she thought I was crazy but because it was happening again she realized I had told the truth

So what explanation was there the fact that the DEA went to my medical providers a week after the first podcast of the six series podcast with Casey Armstrong aired, in which their illegalities were made clear. I was told that if I am not made to look crazy then other people may want to come forward with their story

As stated in my main blog post that is a work in progress ….

Where to start/ at the beginning, middle. At the end? Sometimes I think the best place to start is with where I’m at… state how those present circumstances are playing out in a way that’s directly relevant…are in direct correlation with the events over the past eleven years now. And not in some imaginative way. But the only way that LOGICALLY EXPLAINS EVERY BIT WHEREAS CHAOS THEORY WOULD BE BETTER FITTING. If it’s of the mind, I hear your point? But when it’s stricter around HARD EVIDENCE AND FACTS, that brings an alleged conspiracy into the realm of actuality. Please remember this all happened over eleven years and continues and that is why I feel the need to state all I do. I got a call from the superior court today. Unless they do what I was told, she says…, pushing the complaint all the way forward, justice again will elude me as it did in 2015 when I was asked by an investigator as serious as it Was WHO would want to hurt me who would like me dead. Gar Decker, the lead agent of the 2011 warrantless search and 🌊 de, has taken over the property where I live, mainly I hadn’t seen him during the interrogations. At first, my statements countered, but then my sent emails in which she contradicted her statements to the board; and there is a reason for her fraudulent behavior, and I made it clear what it was: she did what was easy and collaborated with the state and DEA. Instead of reporting the illegalities against me, she chose to help them make it, so I could not have a life or be credible for over six years.’

Here we are AGAIN

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EAUALS; my response to them….This is An odd response given ‘lacking merit’ means it has been shown not to be proven after due investigative processI just filed this complaint a few days ago…

Re: Response: Your Civil Rights Division Report – 82928-TLP from the Disability Rights Section

On Fri, Jul 23, 2021 at 1:52 PM <civilrightsreply@mail.civilrights.usdoj.gov> wrote:

Dear Paige Assmus,

You contacted the Department of Justice on June 29, 2021. After careful review of what you submitted, we have decided not to take any further action on your complaint.

What we did:

Team members from the Civil Rights Division reviewed the information you submitted. Based on our review, we have decided not to take any further action on your complaint. We receive several thousand reports of civil rights violations each year. We unfortunately do not have the resources to take direct action for every report.

Your report number was 82928-TLP.

What you can do:

We are not determining that your report lacks merit. Your issue may still be actionable by others – your state bar association or local legal aid office may be able to help.

To find a local office:

American Bar Association
www.findlegalhelp.org
(800) 285-2221

Legal Service Corporation (or Legal Aid Offices)
www.lsc.gov/find-legal-aid
(202) 295-1500

How you have helped:

While we don’t have the capacity to take on each individual report, your report can help us find issues affecting multiple people or communities. It also helps us understand emerging trends and topics.

Thank you for taking the time to contact the Department of Justice about your concerns. We regret we are not able to provide more help on this matter.

Sincerely,

U.S. Department of Justice
Civil Rights Division