Coastal based award winning environmental activists Phyllis now claims that her life is in danger.
Her family is under the surveillance of three armed men who only identified themselves as law enforcers.
She rose to fame after winning a court battle against government agencies and a Coast based battery manufacturing company that was exposing it's neighbors to death through lead poisoning.
Her legacy was once featured in a British Broadcasting Cooperation christened "Phyllis Amido: The Woman who Won $12 m Fighting Lead Battery Poisoners."
However, the fight had not been a walk in the park. Her decision and vigilance had made her vulnerable to attacks by unknown men, security personnel and authorities of the organizations in question.
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Omido Phyllis was calling on the DCI to intervene into the matter.
The anonymous trio were caught on CCTV camera stalking on her daughter admitted at an unnamed hospital.
She revealed that the mystery men were set to gain more insight on her.
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