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“Hacked”: A Word Used by False Accusers That’s Code for CRAZY

March 16, 2016

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This post introduces the fauna and flora of false accusation: spiders and nuts. Spiders are subtle, and their webs are hard to see. Nuts…aren’t subtle at all. Restraining orders can be issued based on nothing but an inarticulate claim of “fear,” so willful deception of the authorities and courts is easily perpetrated by fraudulent petitioners’ […]