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Malicious attack…

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Dearest Marty, my wonderful soul mate,

I had the insurance guy here, and they don’t pay the damage done to the house. I studied my contract again and found that they indeed just will pay when this kind of damage was created by an malicious attack,  but how can I prove that the SEGNPMSS stalks me and cracks remote-controlled beams and wood under the building? Most people are too blind to recognize that SEGNPMSS even kills with remote control. These author likely blame the USA on these killings, but you and I know that the SEGNPMSS runs the cheap agents in the USA as they do that in any other country too.   

http://www.amazon.com/Murder-Remote-Control-Janwillem-Wetering/dp/0345332695

So, how can prove to the insurance that it was a malicious act? The main beam under the middle of the house or the stone on which the beam is located seems broken. The insurance guy said that he never saw anything like this. I believe that he thinks that it is not natural but malicious, so he said when I can prove that it was malicious, then they will pay. If he never saw anything like that, how can it be normal?

I was in bed that night and at approx. 3 am I heard cracking noises and rumblings but I wasn’t sure where it came from. I thought a squirrel got berserk in my walls. It came from anywhere, above me, right and left and underneath. Then it was quiet and I went back to sleep. Well, and then in the daylight, I saw that in my office and the in the bedroom downstairs that one wall was lifted off the ground, and I can see into the crawl space and on the other side, where the stairwell goes upstairs, there is a crack too, and the floors around it didn’t cave in but they make some kind of dip. Upstairs there are some fine cracks in the walls. The insurance man took photos but outside there is no evidence of forcible entry to the house, how can I prove the remote control attack? Insurance people and judges don’t want to hear that a laser, microwave, other inventions can do all of that. These people are too stupid and remote-controlled run by the same system who commits the malicious attack.  

  

In 2007, I gave quite some money to a handyman to fix the house up and now I can start over. Superficially, all looked fine but with the time, I could see that he did a lousy job on numerous things, and I had to fix a lot that he didn’t handle ethically. He moved away and bought property in what became later a disaster area. I may have problems with my floor but his roof might be missing… Who says there is no justice?

I asked an expert and some other handymen to come by and look at my problems. One wall is 3 – 4 inches off the floor and the floor on the right and left side of that wall caved in, and the floor on the other side of the house around the stairwell is sagging too. It is the main beam that goes underneath the house.  


I am convinced that it is more than just an material attack but that they want the floors and the ceilings to slay me. As you know, they SEGNPMSS are ice cold murderers without any conscience.  (They also kill 6 Billion people by withholding from them that they could live healthy and happy forever, so making the decision to have the house cave in on me is really just a routine action in the mind of these monsters who should not be allowed to call themselves human beings.)

So, I have to fix this soon. A handyman just came by and told me that it will cost me approx. 3000 bucks to repair it. He thinks that “something” broke the main beam under my house. I will get some more estimates in the next days. Guess I have to work a lot to make more money because I also invited my family this summer to stay for a longer period of time and to travel with them. What a pain it is to be stalked by you know who. And none of those who did bad things to me were blessed. By doing it to us, Marty, they are attacking themselves because justice get to them sooner rather than later.   

I love you, Marty, many kisses.

Sarah/Barbara    


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  1. Hey Babs, what about your roof? Is it still there?

    Anonymous

    May 28, 2011 at 2:55 am

    • Yes, of course, my roof is still there. And it is a new roof! It wasn’t a tornado that hit me.

      Barbara Schwarz

      May 29, 2011 at 2:32 am

  2. Your house does not look safe to live in. How about taking more pictures so that people can assess the situation? It seems to me that you have ground movement and no good foundations and so your house will collapse in a major way one day. Do you have eath tremors there?

    RolandRB

    May 28, 2011 at 8:16 pm

    • I am taking photos of the house but I don’t publish them. Don’t want my destructive Internet fan club to know where the house is exactly. I hired two men now who will repair it. They will start working on it after the weekend. They are not afraid of my place.

      Something in the foundation seems to be broken. Could be a beam or even beams. Do I have Earth movements where I live? Yes, it looks like it. But my neighbors don’t have the problem, so it seems as if my palace is targeted. If somebody uses a laser on a foundation, any house can crack.

      http://www.consumerenergyreport.com/2009/03/30/worlds-most-powerful-laser-has-the-energy-of-a-hydrogen-bomb/

      So, nobody here has Earth tremors, except I am directly under my house. I don’t run. I fix my problems, and I go on.

      Barbara Schwarz

      May 29, 2011 at 12:46 am

  3. Lots of things that can be done, Barbara. If your construction crew is good, it will be no problem.

    http://www.askthebuilder.com/B102_Ways_to_Stabilize_Your_House_Foundation.shtml

    Realistic guy

    May 29, 2011 at 1:00 am

    • We will do something like that:

      The contractor will install steel beams on the inside of the foundation walls, extending them into the ground and securing them upwards in the joists.

      Barbara Schwarz

      May 29, 2011 at 2:49 am

  4. I am reading that there is subsidence in the region due to water drying out. It seem to me that the foundations of the building you are living in is not deep or strong enough. You could have a very serious problem. The walls might shoft and the upper floor (if there is one) or ceiling could come down on you and harm you or even kill you. You need to get that building checked by an expert to assess the risk of this happening. This is something you should do in the next week because of the degree of risk to your own satety.

    RolandRB

    May 29, 2011 at 1:01 am

    • Sure nice of you to worry, Roland. I had a lot of construction guys here during the last days. They think that a beam cracked. Two of them will go down there this week and check it out and work on fixing it. The in charge of the operation is a friend of mine and he did jobs like that before. I doubt that he wants me dead under rubble, so I assume he will do a good job fixing it. But I will also ask him to make photos before and after, just to be sure that I know what I am dealing with. I have also an upper floor, it suffered a bit too, some cracks are in the upper walls but the house is still no ruin and everything can be fixed.

      Barbara Schwarz

      May 29, 2011 at 2:37 am

  5. Come on, Roland, she said she’ll have it fixed. A little steel enforcement and any house is like new.

    Friendly Poster

    May 29, 2011 at 1:51 am

  6. Anonymous James Bond

    May 29, 2011 at 1:54 am

  7. The guy with the red hard hat did it. He cracked the foundation. He looks guilty.

    AnonZorro

    May 29, 2011 at 2:19 am

  8. Ah…my postulates are in!

    imominous

    May 29, 2011 at 4:37 am


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