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Friday, October 16, 2020

feeling threatened when police can allow torture


 the action or practice of inflicting severe pain on someone as a punishment or to force them to do or say something, or for the pleasure of the person inflicting the pain.

"I cant find the red power inverter unless i know what color it is john"

"dad you just said it"

"what color is it john?"

"im not doing this"


thats about the lightest of his actions and dialoges. both parents have physically assaulted me in the past 3 years. maple grove police refuse to allow anything but the case they want to build on reports despite even attempted murder. despite the continued destruction of 16 years of property i worked for and everything ever given by anyone. 

so hey lets run to family court an hr and a half from the cell/apt we threatened him into and say we feel threatened. lets do so knowing 9 mo of cleaning mold car under threat resulted in notice to vaycate at end of lease...aka 20 days from filing ofps... lets do so knowing we picked a town 45min away and our car we call his is broken down and his rabbit is still dead in the freezer. 

Minnesota law distracts us with domestic violence images of battered women. in reality the police can assist in torturing and killing. which isnt actually that rare. look up police + jeffery dammer.

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