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  • I want to sue two ex support workers

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    OK, maybe just remove my membership, as it's clear this forum isn't useful.

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      • #4
        I've deleted your post because, as it stood, it named individuals and included potentially defamatory content, both of which breach forum rules.

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        • #5
          OK. But now no-one knows the topic.

          I guess you couldn't understand it anyway.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Guitar Licks View Post
            OK. But now no-one knows the topic.

            I guess you couldn't understand it anyway.
            By all means repost your topic sensibly. But I suspect you won't get any meaningful advice due to the nature of the issue.

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