Many thanks, Switzerland …

It’s always comforting when the international visitors to my blog outnumber the U.S. visitors, especially when the margin is more than two to one.

My blog posts about incarcerated innocents, illegally detained individuals, parasitic corporations, dark money, bogus non-profit organizations and other legalized lawlessness haven’t endeared me to my local, state or federal government, nor have they endeared me to foreign governments that have participated in that lawlessness, or looked the other way (especially since my blog posts don’t comprise the whole of my pestering public servants – insisting that they actually serve the public instead of themselves, and their cronies).

Because I’ve been standing against legalized lawlessness for over a decade and the pushback against my activism hasn’t been at all subtle, I have only moments when I feel safe.

You gave me some moments this morning, Switzerland, and I thank you.

About Susan Chandler

Now-disabled interior/exterior designer dragged into battling conviction corruption from its periphery in a third personal battle with civil public corruption.
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