When my wife joined a flower art class and brought home with vase and flowers, my allegation that the Feds developed flower bug as a spy tool was proved true. They now installed the bugs in my house everywhere through my wife. People rarely suspect a flower worked as a bug because it's a living plant and won't last long. The flower dried several days later and being threw away. The bug must be very tiny (nano size technology?), hard to be recognized by human eyes. The cost is low so they could produce it in large quantity.
My wife has no interest in flower art. She has to keep it because it is an order from the Feds. Since fresh flower died quickly, at first it used to make ugly scenes in my home - withered flower with dried petals around the vase. Then they solved the problem by introducing some long living plants. Now there was no flower any more. The replace is bamboo like green plants which can live year long. They are placed in kitchen, sitting room, door entrance, turn-round of stairs...... watching every movement of the residents.
The flower art teacher lives nearby. I think she is an agent who train informants with flower bugging. As I have said before, the Feds emptied the area and moved in their own people. When my wife said the flower art teacher introduced her the roofing contractor, everything is clear for me.
All roads lead to Rome. All plots lead to the Feds- replace of new insurance agent who forced a roof change; Neighborhood roof change at same time; my wife refused normal roof contractor but want one introduced by the "flower art teacher" whom I alleged was an agent already.
Picture from door entrance. You can see two plants put in stairs. The one on top has yellow withered leaves.
874. Warrantless search (12/30/2014)
Someone asks me why I am so care about “the roofing”. Here is the reason.
FBI agents and Nevada police officers cut off the Internet service to the Phuas' villas. When the residents of the villas reported the outages, the FBI agents and police, disguised as repair men, came into the villas with hidden cameras and recorders.
They then used the information from these warrantless entries to apply for a search warrant for the Phuas' villas as well as a another villa occupied by some alleged associates of the Phuas, claiming that the residents of the villas had "consented" to their coming inside.
What I worried more is not only warrantless search, I worry about planting to frame a case. Now it’s easy for them to enter civilians’ home for a search at their will by disguising as repairmen. It encourages the Feds damage civilians’ utility service or even the property to reach their goal.
In my case, instead of “cut internet connection” they replaced my insurance agent and forced for a roofing by “non-renewal of insurance” policy.
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