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Long story short I have beyond a doubt been targeted. Its been a helluva ride. How do I know.

Under computer management app I began making changes. "They" physically entered home and damaged modem. Stole ids/ bank cards/ hacked simcards. To many details to give. I have made it out and do not wish to call police for help none of that bs due to my criminal record and physical appearance I am more likely to be arrested than provided with assistance . I just want help. Guide me in the right direction as to where I can locate solid evidence on my computer (compromised) . I will shortly post screenshots of what I believe is proof . Blessings.

Laptop fully disconnected to my belief | disabled modem and Wifi adapter, but was traced in a city with 10mil + habitants.

No [bleep] please I aint afraid of jail or the people that hacked me.

I am a good person despite of my past. And even then I had more morals and standards than the average so called Christian.
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