Social Waterboarding is a term I think I invented but if another claims it I apologize for the error.  My definition is the use of social media:

  • To force another to comply with the wishes of one producing the material either financial or other manner through fear.
  • The use of social media to force another to change direction on an investigation through fear.
  • To use social media in an act of vengeance to put up an economic embargo on the party being written about and to foster psychological and emotion damage.

A little about me and how I came to be here today.  Without addressing issues from my childhood, which I suppose we could all spend an inappropriate amount of time doing, I don’t like bullies.  I don’t like being pushed around.  I don’t like people trying to make me feel afraid or ashamed, hell I can do that all by myself.  That’s the good news.  I feel all those things naturally most particularly shame.  Regret.

I have included items you will need to know the definitions of before we get to the meat.  Below you will see the state’s interpretation of the duties of a private investigator.  It’s pretty broad but in it’s simplistic form I am allowed to investigate libel and slander, both items exist in the social “consumer advocates” web sites.  I have a complete legal right to look in to the affairs of all parties concerned.

It should be known that I became a private investigator specifically to satisfy the law and to obtain a bond that would protect me when I got sued, not if, when.  I knew I would and I did, something that will be talked about here.


This is a definition you will need to understand before we go very far in the novela.

Antisocial Personality Disorder is also known as psychopathy or
sociopathy. Individuals with this disorder have little regard for the
feeling and welfare of others. As a clinical diagnosis it is usually
limited to those over age 18. It can be diagnosed in younger people
if the they commit isolated antisocial acts and do not show signs of
another mental disorder.

Antisocial Personality Disorder is chronic, beginning in adolescence
and continuing throughout adulthood. There are ten general

  • not learning from experience
  • no sense of responsibility
  • inability to form meaningful relationships
  • inability to control impulses
  • lack of moral sense
  • chronically antisocial behavior
  • no change in behavior after punishment
  • emotional immaturity
  • lack of guilt
  • self-centeredness

People with this disorder may exhibit criminal behavior. They may
not work. If they do work, they are frequently absent or may quit
suddenly. They do not consider other people’s wishes, welfare or
rights. They can be manipulative and may lie to gain personal
pleasure or profit. They may default on loans, fail to provide child
support, or fail to care for their dependents adequately. High risk
sexual behavior and substance abuse are common. Impulsiveness,
failure to plan ahead, aggressiveness, irritability, irresponsibility,
and a reckless disregard for their own safety and the safety of
others are traits of the antisocial personality.

Socioeconomic status, gender, and genetic factors play a role.
Males are more likely to be antisocial than females. Those from
lower socioeconomic groups are more susceptible. A family history
of the disorder puts one at higher risk.

There are many theories about the cause of Antisocial Personality
Disorder including experiencing neglectful parenting as a child, low
levels of certain neurotransmitters in the brain, and belief that
antisocial behavior is justified because of difficult circumstances.
Psychotherapy, group therapy, and family therapy are common
treatments. The effects of medical treatment are inconclusive.
Unfortunately, most people with Antisocial Personality Disorder
reject treatment. Therefore, recovery rates are low.


Since I’ll be discussing some of the legal counsel involved in the subject, it’s important to know who they are and what they are about.   They think they have immunity because they would have a reasonable expectation their client is telling the truth and there is a legitimate cause of action.  After reading what I present, you can decide whether the attorneys know torts and crimes are being committed and are using the courts system to harass and intimidate.  The Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery has suggested attorney carry firearms because a few have taken Shakespeare’s words to literally.  I have noticed that attorneys also fear the internet gun.  People can now use the internet to take up their issues with rouge attorneys.  Let me be crystal clear in my position.  If you choose to tell a falsehood about me either on purpose or accident  to further your case against me or another, I am going to make your life very difficult.  I do not recognize judicial immunity.

Taken from Wikipedia

Judicial Immunity is a form of legal immunity which protects judges and others employed by the judiciary from lawsuits brought against them for judicial actions, no matter how incompetent, negligent, or malicious such conduct might be, even if this conduct is in violation of statutes.

For example, a judge is not liable for a slander or libel suit for statements made about someone during a trial.

The purpose of judicial immunity is twofold: it encourages judges to act in a “fair and just” manner, without regard to the possible extrinsic harms their acts may cause outside of the scope of their judicial work. It protects government workers from harassment from those whose interests they might negatively affect.

Judicial immunity does not protect judges from suits stemming from administrative decisions made while off the bench, like hiring and firing decisions. But immunity generally does extend to all judicial decisions in which the judge has proper jurisdiction, even if a decision is made with “corrupt or malicious intent.”[1]

Note, however, that, while the judiciary may be immune from lawsuits involving their actions, they may still be subject to criminal prosecutions. For example, when West Virginia judge Troisi became irritated with a rude defendant, he stepped down from the bench, took off his robe, and bit the defendant on the nose. He spent five days in jail and was put on probation.[2]

Historically, judicial immunity was associated with the English common law idea that “the King can do no wrong.” (Compare Sovereign immunity.) Judges, the King’s delegates for dispensing justice, accordingly “ought not to be drawn into question for any supposed corruption [for this tends] to the slander of the justice of the King.”[3]


Legal Definition of a Private Investigator (ARS §32-2401-16)
(a) Furnish, agree to make or make any investigation for the purpose of obtaining information with reference to:

 (i) Crime or wrongs done or threatened against the United States or any state or territory of the United States.
(ii) The identity, habits, conduct, movements, whereabouts, affiliations, associations, transactions, reputation or character of any person or group of persons.
(iii) The credibility of witnesses or other persons.
(iv) The whereabouts of missing persons, owners of abandoned property or escheated property or heirs to estates.
(v) The location or recovery of lost or stolen property.
(vi) The causes and origin of, or responsibility for, a fire, libel, slander, a loss, an accident, damage or an injury to real or personal property.
(b) Secure evidence to be used before investigating committees or boards of award or arbitration or in the trial of civil or criminal cases and the preparation therefor.
(c) Investigate threats of violence and provide the service of protection of individuals from serious bodily harm or death.

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