Archive for August, 2011
Let me help you with your desire to disappear. I don’t know your exact reason. But if you are being abused, I can tell you – indeed, assure you – that the cops can’t help you as much as you expect them to.
I’ve been to jails and I’ve witnessed that most people who had broken restraining orders spent just a couple of weeks inside. After that, they were freed. It also seems that putting them under a restraining order just added fuel to the fire. Once they get out of prison, they are surely coming after you for putting them there. The sad fact is that piece of paper which contains the so-called “restraining order” couldn’t protect you at all. What’s even sadder is that the police can’t protect you 24/7. So what is the solution? Find your way to guard yourself. Act on your own.
First and foremost, let me formally introduce myself. My name is David, a simple guy who has been to jail before. I wasn’t incarcerated just once, but several times. I was put in the Federal Bureau of Prisons and have also been in the Department of Corrections because IRS did not like my tax returns. If I don’t sound convincing, then look my name up on their online database.
When I hid from the Federal Government and from the cops, I was able to do it successfully.
I lived a normal life without having the worries of being caught up in the middle of something. If I could live invisible and hide from the US Marshalls, how much tougher is it hiding from an abuser or someone who wants to kick your ass? I can guarantee you that this person or these people you are hiding from aren’t as meticulous or smart as the US Government. (more…)
There are certain situations where a person is forced create a new identity for themselves. A few of these scenarios could possibly include that individual’s life being in real danger from a harassing partner, wife, or possibly a boyfriend or girlfriend.
You may have provided important information to law enforcement with regards to somebody or maybe you testified against these people. Understandably, they may desire to harm or kill you. Let’s be honest, the authorities usually are not able to defend you in most of these scenarios.
It’s possible that an ex-spouse is preparing to kidnap your children. Changing your identity for a new one and building a new existence by yourself may be a time-consuming and expensive undertaking. The most common method for getting your name changed under legal standing is using the court system. Nonetheless, it is likely to leave a trail which might actually direct the individual you happen to be running from right to your own front door! Not a good route to safeguard your new identity and keep yourself, your current spouse, or kids safe and sound, right? (more…)