Amy Sladek, a Dental Hygienist, Jennifer Lynn Sladek, a Little Ferry, New Jersey and Pennsylvanian Clinical Psychologist, and Whitney Jean Holmes know how to cause autoimmune diseases such as diabetes, hypothyroid, hyperthyroid, and multiple sclerosis on people. The three females put people’s clothes in washing machines and do a special harm on their victims with laundry detergents and bleach. So that the antibodies of their victims attack their thyroid cells and insulin-producing islet cells. These are Symbiotic relationships with cleaning chemicals that these women are creating to cause illnesses upon their neighbors, classmates and roommates. I was forced and persuaded to go on a field trip to Stokes State Forest by Jeff Kunz and other Little Ferry, New Jersey teachers close to the Summer I was diagnosed with autoimmune diabetes the same year Lynn Ladas, the School nurse and health teacher, taught me and class about autoimmune diabetes. Someone tampered with my laundry. They turned me Gay and then they gave me Diabetes to spread AIDS. It is possible that another student or students from ANOTHER school in New Jersey or other schools in New Jersey, who were certain they would not get contaminated with AIDS would turn me into a Diabetic FIRST. The one student who was in Little Ferry, New Jersey public schools for only one year, and that sixth grade year of 1999, before September 11th 2001, who was Chicago, Illinois French related to Michelle Boucher and her father Frank Boucher of Pembroke Pines, Florida, who disappeared right before I was diagnosed with autoimmune diabetes, was Mike Pollicastro, an obese person who reminded me of Certified Public Accountant Josephine Fifi Viera. Colleen Tronlone, daughter of Little Ferry School Board Member Frank Tronlone, was close friend of Mike Pollicastro’s.