Detective: "Could you please come in?"

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Just returned from the police station. I'm still buzzing. Very emotional stuff. Received a call earlier this afternoon .. not from a police officer, but from a full detective, asking me to come in.

Detective Badge

Of course, this isn't the first time a detective has called for an interview, tho this is the first time they asked me to come in.

My saga continues yet anew. I have been accused (again) of the most horrible, vile, despicable acts you could imagine. I cannot even say the words aloud. What kind of mind can even come up with this stuff?

All went well. (As usual.) I have been cleared. (Yet again.) This time it was a lady-detective. She was very nice to me (just like the other detectives, who were understanding of my plight).

But they have a job to do .. and when accusations are made (no matter how absurd) they must investigate. In fact, many people have been involved in this particular investigation .. from various professional disciplines.

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First thing she said was, "I want you to know you're not under arrest." They had their answers, I believe, before even speaking with me. These are smart people. This is what they do. (Day-in, day-out.) They can see what's going on.

First thing I did was to volunteer for a lie-detector test .. (to clear my name) .. if that would help. The detective said she could see I was forthcoming, but said they don't have a polygraph at her particular precinct .. tho they do have something similar .. altho the results are not admissible in court.

The question now becomes » when is enough enough? When does "the system" determine that the system itself is being abused? How many false accusations does it take? How many false reports have to be filed?

This is not the first time false reports have been made against me .. nor the second .. or the third, not even the fourth, or the fifth .. or the sixth, or even the seventh. Heck, I forget how many accusations have been levied against me .. cuz they go back more than 3 years. Isn't 3 years enough?

How much longer does this nightmare have to continue before the system says enough is enough? This is the question I am asking.

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