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Held as a high priority issue for an investigation into Public Corruption by the FBI. Existing Conflicts of Interests Among City of Montrose and Lee County, Ia. Officials

Existing Conflicts of Interest between the individual local government officials. Named as a relevant issue for warranting a public corruption investigation by the FBI.

3-24-2007 Epa warning City of Montrose illegal applied chemical

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This notice constitutes a warning pursuant to Iowa Code chapter 206 and notifies you that you have violated Iowa Administrative Code (IAC) 21-45 50(4)

It’s a “Criming Shame”: Moving from Land Use Ethics to Criminalization of Behavior Leading to Permits and Other Zoning Related Acts

I am not going away until justice is served, the attack against me for my property was outrageous, the behaviors of these local government officials was atrocious. They would not give it up. They got my property for the "golden boy" in ways that are unprecedented. They continue to commit crimes even now, trying to … Continue reading It’s a “Criming Shame”: Moving from Land Use Ethics to Criminalization of Behavior Leading to Permits and Other Zoning Related Acts

7-2-1007 About Lee County Attorney Michael Short

POISONED BY MY NEIGHBOR FROM HELL PRESENTS About Lee County Attorney Michael Short Source: 7-2-1007 About Lee County Attorney Michael Short - Google Slides

Statute of Limitations – Tolling The Statute – Time, Action, Tolled, and Debt – JRank Articles

Statute of Limitations - Tolling The Statute Source: Statute of Limitations - Tolling The Statute - Time, Action, Tolled, and Debt - JRank Articles

Evidence based on hearsay, “Mark Conlee says”

WITNESSES on my behalf Evidence based on hearsay, “Mark Conlee says” when my evidence was hard copy documents, photos and witnesses described as “experts in their own right” and compelling list of witnesses in its own right. APRIL 7, 2005,   PAGE 204     MONTROSE COUNCIL MEETING                     … Continue reading Evidence based on hearsay, “Mark Conlee says”

Protecting Civil Rights: A Leadership Guide for State, Local, and Tribal Law Enforcement

The passage of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 (Public Law No: 103-322) enabled the federal government to take action to remedy any pattern or practice of conduct by state and local law enforcement agencies “that deprives persons of rights, privileges, or immunities secured or protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States.”