Some people are ultra interested in what I’ve been through in the last couple of years. Many tune me out and tell me to stop talking about it.
I can’t… for one reason.
This needs to be talked about…and talked about…and talked about again.
This affects everyone. See the guy to your left? It affects him. The group of school children across the street? Them too. They can be sued.
Grandma? Yep, she can be sued.
Now look in the mirror. See that person staring back? That person can be dragged into the legal system for years for doing nothing wrong at all.
Have I made myself clear yet?
I remember when we first started speaking to the politicians. “There has to be more to the story”, some would say when they were informed that an innocent woman was sued for $10,000,000 for performing one night by a complete stranger. Many assumed that I must have had some kind of prior contact or involvement with this stranger. Nope.
They could not accept the truth…that the status quo they were protecting in the name of lining the pockets of their own were harming innocent people left and right. I don’t believe corruption occurs because people want to screw others over. I believe corruption occurs because people get drunk on power and lose their way. Those who are not in power who do not directly feel or see the effects of corruption are “trained” not to care.
The mainstream media treats the complete violation of an innocent woman’s life like a hilarious tabloid story…look at this old, ugly woman trying to sing P!NK…omg, hilarious!
If I have to post, “It could happen to you” for the next 10,000 days for people to “get it”, I will.
As a result of telling my story, I can count a few dozen people (hopefully more that I don’t know of) that actually know a lot more about the legal system then they did prior to hearing my story. This is my #1 goal, to educate.
For those of you who are sick of me and want me to “quit harping”: the answer is no. For those of you who want to learn more about the legal system and how you can protect yourself from lawsuit abuse: welcome.
You are the reason I am here.