What You Know Is Important
What you know is important, to disclosures. That is what is sought, is information unknown to others, but known to you, that is how one is interrogated, by information known now known. Usually people with information are known to others, and people who suspect information is known, interrogate those people. What information is known, is what is presently thought in possession, but not had, and upon such bases, a decision is made as to the outlook and conduct of an individual who has not relapsed and is sober, for which others are now defensive to. Do not suspect or interrogate those who are innocent, it is by your own misconducts, that innocence is lost, not by one you deem relevant judged as an offender for decisions past or present. Be careful not to intimidate people with your knowledge or think present circumstances non-existing that’s called delusion. Delusion is not a punishable offense in this Country, but theft is. Do not steal from others, do not steal the identities of others, and do not erase anything. That is considered the highest offense. What is not yours cannot be taken by anyone, I am not a dependent, I am an ABA Certified Paralegal, I never play victim. How one communicates is important, what you connect is what you deem relevant. I am not connected to anyone, and I have no associations, I'm very professional. I am like minded in the realm of public safety, and mental health concerns. Be careful of overzealous prosecution of innocent people, that leads to unrealized hardships, and does not cause one to commit crimes, but report crimes upon them. Distrust following statements of “noted for her honesty” does not make sense. Be very careful with your words towards others, not be offensive toward anyone, who you deem as not good enough or replaceable. Do not judge people for their character, or for their decisions or choices made, they are not your own. Always be yourself.