No one is obligated to participate in the investigation against me

rooty arpspoof at
Wed May 8 06:45:20 PDT 2019

Hi Ryan sounds like you are in a horrible predicament. Best thing you can do is

1. Loose your internet connection
2. Smash cell phone
3. Junk all smart devices
4. Get rid of car
5. Take all money out banks
6. Move out in woods live off land.
7. Take gramp with you

This should get you started in the right direction. Oh ya if they have unknowingly installed a chip in you your fucked.

Best regards rooty

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On May 8, 2019, 12:34 AM, Ryan Carboni wrote:

> It is to my understanding that if I were to ask for technical advice on a web forum under a different username, people would be made aware of my identity by government investigators monitoring me. Which is not ordinarily a problem, but considering I was framed about a decade ago, it is.
> I ask everyone, politely, to not participate. If the investigation was valid, the government would be doing things that pass the smell test. It doesn’t make sense for the government to be doing this for so long, and the government is behaving as if they are hiding something.
> There is the question of what the government does when I go interact with an online community of people who wouldn’t know about me. The solution to that is simple, for Steam, the US government simply pretends to be the person on the other side of the screen.
> The government right now is trying parallel construct an entire investigation and is failing because I keep associating one investigation with the other.
> This is ludicrous, I don’t know how anyone can say the government is engaging in legal conduct with a straight face when the government’s behavior is absolutely unnecessary and seems to hinder whatever their self-stated objectives are.
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