My initial complaint was in regard to this issue. To end up being poisoned by chemicals illegally applied to my property because the City and County officials had a conflict of interest with this illegally nonconforming owner/builder/redeveloper who was issued illegal building permits is unprecedented. It was the chemicals that nearly cost me my life. I could control the stormwater within my rights to defend my property. This man was angry that the officials could not control what I did legally on my own property. I could not control the chemicals, the fact that this man was allowed to do this knowing it was causing me physical harm and the officials dismissing the act as he had the right. That makes this a Federal Constitutional Rights case. The perps are the CIty and County officials who had the duty to protect my Right to enjoy my own property and my Right to Equal Protection of the Law.
- Before (existing legally nonconforming property) and after (illegally nonconforming property) redevelopment, Montrose and Lee County, Iowa
- chemical weapon, City of Montrose Lee County Iowa, compelling witness list, conflict of interest, Constitutional Rights, Corrupt local government officials, defamation of character, Deprivation of Rights under Color of Law, EPA, ethical violations, Fraud, glyphosate, Intent to cause financial harm, knowlingly making false statements, Lee County Attorney Mike Short, legally nonconforming property, Poisoned By My Neighbor From Hell, private property, property rights, Public Corruption, Steve Swan, suppressed evidence, tampering with evidence, terrorist act, Trespass