You can’t just waive her rights guys that is the point. What they, hypothetically, did was, hypothetically, very wrong and very, hypothetically, illegal. That is why it is such a big deal.
Unfortunately there is no formula to help someone. I have always held great respect for the Spears family. I am just expressing my hypothetical opinion on what was done in a hypothetical public court ruling against someone I care about. From my knowledge of the laws and rights in this country I have come to the conclusion that this Conservatorship is unlawful and unjust, hypothetically. I believe it is unconstitutional to temporarily or permanently waive your rights. I do not think a Doctor or a Judge has that power or authority. My receipt is The US Constitution and Bill of Rights. I believe the judicial system in California, attorneys, nationwide have been abusing the judicial system, hypothetically. Sorry if you don’t like my hypothetical opinion or find it too energetic and critical. I ain’t mad, just jotting down my hypothetical interpretations of the law.
Also I personally hypothetically think Britney saved herself, I think she is that self aware and that capable and that intuitive. Help comes in many forms. From what knowledge I remember of the events at this time and with what public records show, I personally do not think ‘they’ exhausted all other options before her rights were, hypothetically, illegally removed. She seems to be not a big fan of the hypothetical loss of rights as well. Again these are just my simple hypothetical opinions on basic public information. I wish we all could have known better but we cannot change what happened. We can correct it though. The only source of help should not have been to hypothetically abused the judicial system and hypothetically break the law to strip Britney Spears of her God Given Rights as a human and a citizen of The States of America.
Hypothetically I hope she sues the F A W K E N Shh IT outta those hypothetical attorneys etc
Hypothetically Of Course