The United States and several Organizations used brute force to over-power, dominate, and exploit the Plaintiff, Precious McNeil, for personal gain. The individuals involved, intentionally engaged in electronic surveillance under the appearance of an official act and disclosed, distributed, and used information obtained by electronic surveillance knowing that it was not authorized by statute. The United States violated 18 U.S.C. 1584 (involuntary servitude), which makes it unlawful to hold a person in a condition of slavery, that is, a condition of compulsory service or labor against his or her will. The United States turned the act of illegal surveillance into an economic enterprise, where they used all of the plaintiff’s private information, research, ideas, pain, suffering, and adverse life circumstances, to generate content for profit, despite several complaints to the government, police, FBI, DOJ, OCR, OCE, FTC, and various other public organizations. These organizations were alerted to what was happening, but they intentionally allowed it to continue, for a long duration of time because of the large amounts of revenue generated by exploiting the plaintiff. It’s a well known fact, that the film and entertainment industry is a billion dollar operation that generates large amounts of revenue. The United States used judicial power to force the plaintiff into being studied, monitored, recorded, trailed and harmed, for a documentary like purpose against the will of the plaintiff for monetary gain. The United States and multiple individuals worked together to make the plaintiff appear unstable in the eyes of others. The defendants intentionally tried to ruin the reputation of the plaintiff on a large scale with false accusations, so that no one would believe or assist the plaintiff. The United States weaponized the judicial system in a martial law type format against the plaintiff, repeatedly causing harm, therefore breaking several federal laws. The United States forced the plaintiff into being illegally monitored, recorded, abused, mistreated, and discriminated against, for profit or personal gain, to the detriment of the plaintiff.