sigh....you got the Embassy involved. international incident. next comes the DA.Police came and when I tried to leave with my stuff she attacked me. They just watched and whenever I got close to gettting out they would help her by pushing me. At one point there was about 20 police there. My Canadian embassy was on the phone and recorded the call and what was happening. At one point one of the police was waving his gun around. In he end I had to leave my stuff there or the police said they would put me in jail. I am going with my boyfriend and the witness at 9am to speak to the DA.
It doesn't matter to anyone here what you do or do not do, but there is that defiant attitude again. You seem to keep coming back to the forum in the hopes of drumming up some sympathy despite your reluctance to accept the advice offered at face value. You will not be successful here if you continue to be abrasive, buck the system and not accept that you will always be seen and treated as a foreigner. You are not an expat - you are an illegal alien in a foreign country with first world expectations and a first world attitude of entitlement. You will either eventually "get it" or you won't".I have my reasons, just like every other expat.