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trojan spysheriff has my computer behind bars

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Spyware Sherff arrested my computer. Not fair. Innocent ... about how to defend myself and I need a good lawyer (OK computer expert).
It completely owns the system ... really. I have tried Safe Mode to load on smitrem folder (by usb-stick, by cd) all to no avail. It just lets it browse to its hearts content.
When it comes up g:\smitRem you can not copy that folder to the desktop. You can not run it.
I surrender.
Is there a good, high classed, experienced lawyer who can defend me. Get me off 'computer death-row'?
Man I'm innocent. (All say that don't the we).
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