Why Do I Fight For Justice? Gang-stalked in Alabama🍬🦄🪶 – Updated with Strickland and Kendall Law Firm letter.

My co-creator/editor Gary Lee Sauer, Jr. and I made this video over 3 years ago. My Mom could have been saved with a liver transplant. No one in the medical community who had the ABILITY, had the power to use it. The people who had the POWER and INFLUENCE TURNED THEIR BACKS ON US. Do not be a DO NOTHING person. 🦄🍬🪶

The reason I fight for justice wherever I see blatant disregard for human life is simple. When my Mom and I followed the letter of the law, paid our bills on time, did everything by the book we were viciously attacked by criminals. These criminals used tactics prohibited by human rights organizations around the world, and indeed any decent person’s inherent moral beliefs. We called everyone for help, including local, county, state and federal law enforcement in Alabama. The whole community of the State of Alabama did nothing.

Either way, their actions or inactions as human beings without a conscience, let two women become homeless. One woman being an elderly widow, my Mom. The other, a disabled woman being myself.

My own Cloverdale-Idlewild Neighborhood Association in Montgomery, Alabama, and Beachcomber Condominium Association members in Gulf Shores, Alabama, sat back and watched us lose everything we owned. Everything. Some people were in on it. Some just didn’t want to get involved. Either way, their actions or inactions as human beings without a conscience, let two women become homeless. One woman being an elderly widow, my Mom. The other, a disabled woman being myself.

I live with only memories of my life I used to have before it was illegally and cruelly taken from me. I dream about my Mom almost every night.

How could this happen you say? Certainly this couldn’t happen in our society? Yes, it DID happen, and it happens everyday. The greed and callousness of people who live criminal lives, who take and take more from the least of us is a reality. The ‘good neighbors’ who stood on the sidelines and ‘Did not want to get involved’ are just as much to blame. In their inaction my Mom’s very life was taken, and I have to live with this reality everyday. I live with only memories of my life I used to have before it was illegally and cruelly taken from me. I dream about my Mom almost every night. I think of her constantly and wish things could have turned out differently.

Sitting idly by while others are being taking advantage of, lied to, stolen from, and a myriad of other soul damning crimes is not okay.

If only people had cared, and dared to stand up for what was right when they witnessed us being attacked. In their stead I have decided to be the person they were not willing to be. That is why I, Fredrika, keep fighting for people I see being wronged by society. I do not do it to inflate my ego because if you really knew me, my ego is barely in existence. I do it because I know what is right and wrong. Sitting idly by while others are being taking advantage of, lied to, stolen from, and a myriad of other soul damning crimes is not okay. I will be the person I wished my neighbors had been.

If you see something wrong, do something about it.

I dare you all out there reading this to care about your fellow man/woman. Care enough to do things extraordinary. Do not be ordinary in this world. If you see something wrong, do something about it. The world has enough collateral damage.

The letter I sent to the Cloverdale -Idlewild Association in 2021. Attorney Strickland & Kendall Law Firm on Zelda Road represent the Association, in Montgomery, Alabama. They never even replied.
Why is Attorney Strickland & Kendall Law Office refusing to contact me? What are they hiding? Here are the bad actors.
Montgomery Police Department caught the drug addicts inside my home and in the act of burglarizing on many occasions and let them go. The MPD told neighbors, “that since the owners aren’t home to report this crime we can’t arrest anyone.” They let them go with our worldly possessions. Those drug addicts pissed all over my baby clothes. They took silverware from my Mom’s wedding, family photos, furniture, my Dad’s priceless writings, U.S. Army medals and papers. They took my possessions I can never replace.
My Mom’s 2003 Toyota Corolla was stolen out of our driveway. The MPD refuse to even take a real report or look for the car to this day.

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