One night my father came home and couldn't watch tv. He asked me to check the main box which is downstairs. It seemed a cable was off and a bit broken. When my dad noticed he made a comment that it seemed on propose. Later my mom suggest it could have been his family. There is a small feud between my aunt with her 2 girls with my mother and 2 siblings including myself. My aunts and her kids sometimes steal from us even from our rooms. To which I later find my stuff in their room. Funny, they claim they don't steal. They next day my cousin(15 years) bursts into my room accusing me for braking her HDMI that is connected to her PS4. I tell her it wasn't me. Later I hear her mom on the phone accusing my dad. I come out and tell her NOT to blame my dad or mom. She then starts yelling at me that my mother is sick(not fever). I yell back. She later claims that my mother had recently yelled at her daughter when she wasn't home. She has proof since my uncle filmed it all. I was worried if they called the police because they had proof but not sure if that is a crime. This feud had been going on for years and like always bad guys win right? They have proof when we don't.
Let me quote Elspeth Cypher, Associate Justice of the Massachusetts Court of Appeals, "Many wrongs which in themselves are flagrant -- ingratitude, avarice, broken faith, brutal words, and heartless disregard of the feelings of others -- are beyond any effective legal remedy...Out of the human condition may arise a myriad of emotional responses including anger, sadness, anxiety, and distress, many of which are attributable to the conduct of others. While perhaps blameworthy, such conduct is often not legally compensable."
I do not see any legal issues here.
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