Update: Since this story originally ran, I’ve found out the credit bureaus thought I went by multiple aliases and lived at addresses where I never had resided. One of these names was used by a priest accused of raping kids. This conspiracy is no mere paranoia, the schemers are real and know how to game the system.
Weird little coincidences usually mean nothing. However, as we see how widespread my opposition has been, how they have been proven corrupt time and time again, it is maybe worthwhile to quickly mention one of the stranger details again. Especially since the police refused to take a report on a break-in by a woman with a knife, which occurred at the same time.
I actually had two break-ins in quick succession. During the first, a knife was stolen from my place. I did not see this one happen. The second one, I actually saw a woman running out of my apartment, but I gave up chase once she was outside, given the fact that I wasn’t dressed. The lock was not forced, either it was picked or the burglar had a master key.
The second one came on the very day my then estranged wife was due back in town. The knife was now back in my apartment. I called the police, but they said they didn’t want to get involved in my divorce. After this, I noticed keys hanging from my front window. They weren’t for my door, so I left them, thinking perhaps someone left them after drinking at one of the many nearby bars.