I have a question about my Law Stack Exchange post: On what legal basis can American citizens be harassed and surveilled within our homes for entire lifetimes with no legal justification ever provided?
Considering that ANY given one of you here at StackExchange could potentially be maneuvered into performing the terrible acts of lawyer Roy Den Hollander (if subjected to the necromancies of the so-called 'Game'), although you will all surely scoff at that suggestion as being ludicrous and yet be quite wrong about that in your professional arrogance and your ignorance of the real thing, then why do you allow individuals like 'cpast', 'user6726', 'Just a guy', 'BlueDogRanch' and 'Dale M' to squash any legitimate question about that brutal travesty of American justice that has evidently been responsible for the quiet and unreported (and misreported) deaths of tens of millions, just as one or more of those individuals are about to squash this question too (and effectively hide it once again from the general public) under bogus claims of it being 'off-topic' or a 'rant' either in their ignorance or with hidden intentions. Serious question. You effectively choose to remain ignorant and let the travesty continue. If there ever were a website ripe for infiltration and control by a few with hidden intentions, it's probably Law StackExchange.
Please go ahead and vote me off of this 'island', if you have nothing more to offer in terms of perhaps the most important legal questions ever asked at this Law StackExchange website.
The problem with most lawyers is, if you don't dangle big money under their noses, they're generally not good for anything at all, and history and popular wisdom long ago passed judgement about lawyers in a general way, as we all know, and if they are not well paid, would probably even allow the nation to fall to ruin or, if paid enough, would willingly seek to prove the devil himself innocent of charges (or the victim of a witch-hunt), while standing dumbly by chewing their legal cud.
No, I will not play nice. The stakes are just too high to play nice.