#458 - Voices Demons' mistake exposes Long's lie

This is a draft; I need to move on to other things; but, it's good enough for you to get the gist of things...

A failure by the Voices Demons to provide Long Cao with information relevant to a reprisal of his ongoing role as the friend-aggrieved-by-friend's-tomfoolery exposed his involvement with them, which he enacts at the behest of the Voices Demons immediately following any maneuver or mishap they consider significant; specifically, he was caught telling a lie for them. That information was that I did attend a court hearing for a small claims case in which I was a witness, in spite of an alleged drug binge that would have precluded attendance.

During the hearing in a case in which Long is the plaintiff, he sent this text message, while I sat in the court room, and while he sat at home:
Long alleged in a text message that I failed to attend court due to drug use; in fact, I was in court at the time he sent it, while he sat at home (the messages are in reverse order)
I did not see this message until I got home because my cellphone battery died just before the hearing.

In this situation, I call that luck-of-the-draw. In a call made to him afterwards from my laptop using Google Talk, he admitted his own failure to attend the hearing:
Following is a transcript of the phone conversation:

Long Hello?

James Hello, Long! Long?!

Long Where [is] your cellphone?

James Er, uh, the battery died.

Long Where're you?

James I'm at the law library. I went to court. How come you didn't go there? [sighs]

Long Because I text'ed you this morning—I call[ed] you; but, you didn't answer the phone. I don't know. I'm still home. Maybe [you should] cancel [it], okay? I don't want to go!

James Okay.

Long Yeah, just tell them to reschedule, okay? What…I…I called you this morning three…too many times; but, I didn't…you didn't answer the phone.

James  Okay.

Long And, then go there, and reschedule [for] another time.

James Oh...

Long But, [are] you go[ing] to the airport tomorrow or no[t]?

James Yep.

Long Okay, I['ll] be there at 3 a.m. in the morning.

James Okay.

Long But, I text['ed] you; and, I called you three, uh…[at] 7:30; but, you didn't reply. You didn't answer.

James That's because I was on my way to court; [then], my battery died. [omitted]

Long I don't know; but, I have to…you have to charge [stutters]… You have to charge…

James You know…

Long [inaudible]

James You know, Long, show up to court whenever you have an appointment to show up there. [pauses] But, don't worry about it…

Long You [took] drug[s]! I don't know [whether] you forgot [to go]. I don't know. I have to call you first.

James Okay, whatever. Alright…

Long Maybe, uh [you can] reschedule or cancel—I don't know.

James Okay.


In the phone call, he never mentioned the text message he sent nearly an hour prior, nor did he make any accusations. Of particular note is that he never proffered an explanation as to why he implied that he went to the hearing, whereas he hadn't (and, whereas, I did).

The mistake wasn't his, though; it was the demons'. They assumed they could erase the text message as soon as my phone was turned back on, cellphone hacking and tapping being their forte and all. Undoubtedly, they told Long as much right before I made the phone call, and instructed him to pretend he had never sent it while talking to me.

It was their handling of my spontaneous decision to make the call after the hearing that probably made them feel real special; however, it was the spontaneous decision afterwards that explains why they probably stopped feeling real special, and railed against me afterwards. On a whim (or an instinct), I decided to record the call with Long; and, they knew what I'd do with that recording once I discovered the text message.

Other instances of Long's involvement with the Voices Demons
Long assumed a similar role shortly after I became homeless due to the same set of circumstances from which the small claims case arose, which can be heard in Demons recruit Long to taunt about homelessness they caused. In it, he mocks my newfound homelessness, which was orchestrated by the Voices Demons, in conjunction with Lee Ayers (Heaven's Gate Recovery Homes). It also immediately followed abuse by the Voices Demons, and an unlawful act on the part of Mr. Ayers, in which he collected a full month's rent, but forcefully ejected three days later without refunding any money.

He has been trained and tasked to engage this role after every instance of round-the-clock physical assaults by the Voices Demons' cadre of sucker demons and the like, which, this time, lasted over three days; he starts by lobbing at me accusations of neglect and/or poor judgment about something, anything or everything, and ends by assigning blame on drug use. As in the above case, in which I was at court in spite of the his/Voices Demons' presumption that I would not go, the accusations are never true.

He is also instructed to ignore injuries, complaints of injuries, and signs of diminishing health. This is not too difficult in my situation, as the Voices Demons—like many who habitually abuse others—know how to inflict significant and debilitating injury in increments, and without overt signs of injury. Such damage is caused to areas of the body that are not visible (or that are typically concealed); this last time, this supposedly included my heart, kidneys, lungs, and brain. They also claim to be causing incremental damage to pain-sensitive body parts, such as the eyes, eardrums, ligaments and tendons of the knees, achilles heels, elbow joints, neck and shoulders. A relatively new stated goal of diminishing my appearance includes degradation and loss of teeth and gum health.
NOTE | While not every claim can be verified, there are some visible signs of damage to my body. My eyesight is blurry after an attack, and my joints have otherwise inexplicable pain.
The type of attack varies depending on the variety of demon and the target area on my body. For example, sucker demons (or cloaked demons that extend sucker demon like tentacles) use their tentacles to pierce the skin or reach places inside the body through an orifice; they can also use them like whips. These demons' tentacles are like Swiss Army knives; but, unlike this all-in-one tool, a tentacle can be adapted to almost any task which requires burning, cutting, and phasing (the ability to pass through solid material). Phasing, when combined with burning or cutting, is particular useful to the Voices Demons, in that they can inflict harm without leaving external scarring or wounding because these abilities allow a sucker demon to extend a tentacle through the skin layer via phasing, which can then be "tipped" with heat to burn or the requisite solidity to cut or pierce.

The specific body parts they attack—and the manner in which they attack them—are:
Sucker demons' frequent and prolonged anchoring to my skull caused deformities
NOTE | According to the Voices Demons, the cumulative effect of these regularly occurring, prolonged sessions of physical assault will be blindness, deafness, loss of fingertips, loss of teeth, heart attack, dialysis, and debilitating mental performance and capacity.
It appears that it was known to others that Long would be used in this way by the Voices Demons, as described in Bail bondsman warned of Long's betrayal and subsequent demise. In a series of text messages sent to me in 2007 by my then-bail bondsman, Jake Peters (Jake’s Bail Bonds), Jake warned that Long will be my "demise," eluding to Jon Harrington's statement to Paul Casey, in which he says of the gang-stalkers' credo, i.e., “We prolong peoples’ inevitable demise...”:
          
In that post, I wrote that I had no idea at the time what Jake thought Long was up to. To-wit:
Jake declined to elaborate on his specific concerns, but it's clear that he has been advised of, or has seen or heard something, that indicates that Long will betray me at some point.
Perhaps he was too distracted by the threats made to him by the Voices Demons to think to ask, as suggested by a statement he made—out-of-the-blue—during our meeting with him:
[T]hat's when they're going to shut me down—so, I have to pay the $50,000. I'm not gonna...I'm not gonna get shut down! I'm not going to close my office! And then, once, once they audit, audit me or audit my insurance company, they see that there's $1,000 that's unpaid because a discount was given...

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