extremist supported by freedom fighters My case is different but I can
handle my own thanks Just like I brought the discriminative crazy latina
bitch from no ho (activist extremist) in to court I will do the same with
several deputies and their network of hoodlums who have been caught with
their " hands in the cookie jar"
Enough said I don't like tobkiss and tell on who what I got on them sbd
when I been very patient waiting for them to get smug and sloppy enough to
Sorry communication must end now As mentioned previously only the
psychopaths involved in my abuse are allowed to contact me via email They
have my sons Pc under control filtering monitoring illegally ext...Ps the
ex hubbys involvement will also be addressed in court the man suffers from
bipolar disorder hates women God and country He's with the group of patriot
movements KKK rooted and a vengeval angry bald man lol Like a whole lot of
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