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The Day Mossad Filed A Court Case On My Behalf

Sometime in 2013, I changed my mobile phone number. Instead of changing the number on my sim, I bought another sim with a different number, and retired my old number. But once in a while, I would load the old sim card to check whether there were any messages, then I would remove it.

One day, I loaded the old sim on my phone and found a text message. The message informed me that I had a case in civil court scheduled for the next week. I wondered who could have sued me because I was not aware of any dispute between me and any other party.

I also suspected that it could be a prankster playing games with me. I decided the best way to confirm what was really going on was to call the court registry. I did not want to call the number where the message came from since if it was a practical joker, he would continue stringing me along. So I went online and searched for the official phone number of the court registry and called the number.

The person at the other end of the line confirmed that indeed the case number was correct, and my case would start the next week. Our conversation went something like:

Me: So who has sued me?
Clerk: You are the plaintiff.
Me: I know…So who is suing me? (I thought maybe plaintiff meant the opposite of what I always thought it meant).
Clerk: You are the plaintiff…You are suing the other party…
Me: But I didn’t sue anybody! I do not have a dispute with anyone…
Clerk: So you want to withdraw the case?
Me: But I didn’t file the case…
Clerk: Do you want the case to proceed, or do you wish to withdraw?(The clerk was beginning to get impatient).
Me: But I…
Clerk: So the case will continue then…
Me: I don’t want it to continue…
Clerk: Okay, I will withdraw the case now. Thank you.

There were so many questions I wanted to ask but I didn’t get the chance. The clerk must have thought I was lying when I said I did not file the case. Yet, I couldn’t have filed the case since I was thousands of kilometers away from that court, in a different state.


I figured that the person who filed that case must have assumed I destroyed my earlier sim card, so I would never get to know about the case. They might have given my previous address as my current address, and made sure their associate was occupying that house to take care of any letters sent to me.

The phone number used to file the case was in my name, so technically everything was in order. I wondered whether the person who filed the case impersonated me i.e. had my forged ID, or a lawyer filed it as my representative.

I thought that, if a person had impersonated me, then it was very possible that he had also deliberately done various other evil things in my name. The plan being to destroy my reputation completely.

I wondered what the motive was for an entity to illegally file a court case on my behalf. I assumed that they believed I wouldn’t know about it, so the case would be ruled in my absence. Maybe there would be costs, or contempt of court issues, and I, of course, wouldn’t know about it.

Regardless of the actual motive, one thing remained: There would have been negative consequences for me at some point.


I once received an email inviting me to be a friend/follow someone on Facebook. Everything seemed to be in order. The invite purported to come from a person well known to me.

But I thought it odd that he could invite me to be his friend on FB and not write an email or sms to tell me about it. I also thought it a bit unlikely he would be on FB since he had never told me about it.

A few weeks later, I called him, and as a just by-the-way, asked him about the Facebook invite. He was quite surprised and told me he had never had a FB account. Considering that he lives in my native country, and that email address is supposed to be known by less than five people, I knew it was no ordinary person behind the bogus invite.

Bogus Emails

In the past six years, I cannot count the number of times I have received emails purporting to come from people well known to me, yet they were all bogus.

I guess the plan has been to have me engage in conversations with the imposters and possibly pass some personal information they can use against me. However, I find it to be quite strange because Mossad, a top intelligence agency, can confirm that I have no skeletons in my closet, since they have looked everywhere and have found nothing. That is why they have zero leverage against me, and have resorted to besmirching my name and have tried to frame me on countless occasions.


A few years ago, I happened to be away from my family for a short time. One day, I received an email purporting to come from my wife. It was also forwarded to many other people around the country.

I immediately realized she couldn’t have written that email. Upon close scrutiny, I saw that it was someone using my wife’s names, and an email very similar to her’s. The email also had a suspicious link.

I concluded the motive was to have people complain to the authorities about my wife and I supposedly engaging in spamming, or even scams.

Through Mossad, I have seen it all.

The ES Team

Drety: I wanted to see you after I heard your team has a hundred percent success rate. That’s quite an achievement.


Pete: Thank you.


Drety: How long have you worked on this project.


Pete: Five years.


Drety: Five years! I need to know the details before I sign your promotion letter.


Pete: We found out a way to intercept all the subject’s emails and…


Drety: That’s hardly an achievement. There’re hundreds, if not thousands of people who do that every day for business, crime, curiosity or whatever reasons.


Pete: We do it a bit differently. We do not just intercept. We manipulate the communication in such a manner that I can state with confidence, sir, that we know more about the subject than anyone else in this world.


Drety: But not more than his sister, of course.


Pete: Much more than his sister. A lot more.


Drety: Please explain how that is possible.


Pete: We found a way to act like a good predator does. Lie in wait. Then pounce. And calmly devour your prey. I like watching animal documentaries a lot and…


Drety: Just stick to the topic.


Pete: It took a lot of time planning how to position my men at crucial places where they would capture and hold all emails going to the subject. The next…


Drety: Capture and hold? Won’t the intended recipient know through other means about that? And what about emails from the subject.


Pete: I was just about to talk about that.


Drety: Okay, continue.


Pete: We have established secret compartments right next to the servers where our computer quickly sorts the emails and sends those from certain pre-set names right on their way. As for the rest, my men read it immediately it pops up on screen. Emails the sender or sendee has even the slightest chance of knowing was sent, we quickly push them through. As is all spam, of course.


Drety: That’s quite ingenious. I especially like the spam part.


Pete: Thank you.


Drety: Go on.


Pete: We analyse the emails and decide whether we need to reply, taking the persona of our subject. We also liaise with John’s team so they can physically surveil the sender. We use that information to communicate, including so much details in our reply emails that nobody has ever suspected a thing. As a matter of fact we have been communicating with one person for four and a half years, receiving unbelievable intel in the process. About six months ago there was a case of a lady who…


Drety: Do you know why your team was formed?


Pete: Yes.


Drety: Why?


Pete: To help nail the bastard.


Drety: Good. Have you obtained any information or material that can help us do that?


Pete: Well, we do have information that can…


Drety: Do you have something we can use for immediate blackmail of the subject?


Pete: Not exactly. But we do have…


Drety: What do you mean by not exactly?


Pete: The best material we had, we needed some acquaintance of the subject to play along for it to become potent. But she was not inspired enough to assist any further.


Drety: So you offered some inducement.


Pete: Yes.


Drety: How much?


Pete: A hundred thousand.


Drety: And?


Pete: Still she wouldn’t budge.


Drety: So you increased it to two hundred thousand.


Pete: We did everything we could but…


Drety: Everyone can be made to do something they don’t want to do. You just need to identify the right button to push.


Pete: I know that, sir.


Drety: Good. Did you raise your offer to this lady to at least a million?


Pete: It’s not about the money. Am sorry, sir.


Drety: You better be.