Do only two things:
1. Do not discuss any protentially incriminating or criminal activity on line,
2. Meet with a practicing criminal defense attorney to discuss anything you desire confidentially.
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If I understand you correctly, and forgive me if I'm incorrect, you believe or know the following: (1) You believe yourself to be under investigation by the police; (2) You believe the police are bribing various individuals, including friends and family members to (3) convince you to engage in acts that are either criminal in nature or could otherwise be used against you in some form, (4) You believe that some people you've cared for or helped might be private investigators, (5) your interaction with the suspected P.I.s, by somehow helping them provided the basis for the investigation; and, (6) you have a clean record except some military "Absent Without Leave" charges.
First and foremost, DO NOT DISCUSS THIS MATTER ONLINE OR WITH ANYONE OTHER THAN THE CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY YOU ABSOLUTELY NEED TO CONSULT WITH IN YOUR AREA AND IN PERSON. Your situation is obviously very serious, but it would not serve you well to discuss this matter in an open forum like AVVO as the information you share could-and likely would be used against you, since there is no attorney-client relationships formed on this site and therefore no attorney-cllient privilege. FIND AN EXPERIENCED CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY IN KENT, WA (if that is where you are located and this is taking place). Best of luck to you. Take care.
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