Source: Governmental Conspiracies to Violate Civil Rights: A Theory Reconsidered
In my mind is a not questionable. Why am I mistaken in my conclusion? Include references please as the local law enforcement have been far less that honest in anyway in their involvement.
An unprecedented case of public corruption committed by my local government officials
The County Attorney has the duty to prosecute all criminal offenses in his County. Mike Short advised me he would decide who get prosecuted in Lee County. I get summoned to court because "Mark Conlee said I gave him the finger." I don't do chemicals and if I did, I believe it would be my decision what chemical I would be exposed to. Not Lee County or the City of Montrose officials.
This situation is not difficult to understand.
This is what I am talking about, this is the least of what should happen to corrupt government officials. I am curious as to who, when, and why these individuals were exposed. I am sure someone had evidence that was submitted and shared with a higher authority. It makes no difference if the corruption is … Continue reading Some corrupt public officials get busted while others do not. Who make the final decision?
The highest authority of law in this State saying he would decide who is criminally charged
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.”
Source: 18 U.S. Code § 242 - Deprivation of rights under color of law | US Law | LII / Legal Information Institute
The brutal attack on my person with toxic chemicals motivated by the need to acquire my property is in violation of International Crimes against Humanity
U.S. Attorneys » Resources » U.S. Attorneys' Manual » Criminal Resource Manual » CRM 1-499 » CRM 1-99 17. Use Of Biological, Nuclear, Chemical Or Other Weapons Of Mass Destruction (18 U.S.C. 175, 831, 2332c, 2332a) In recent years, terrorists have used in increasing numbers weapons of mass destruction against civilian populations and non-combatant military … Continue reading US Attorneys Criminal Resource Manual
The FBI’s Norfolk Division announced a new effort to get the community’s help keeping a close tabs on publicly elected officials. via FBI launches campaign to root out public corruption — WAVY-TV
I need answers, Why does this woman still have a job
Educate yourself on this brutality that took place is southeast Iowa and nobody raised an eyebrow.
Well I cannot sleep, my family member was so overcome with enjoyment they could not contain the pleasure they were feeling on Monday evening, so pleased with them self that they had such an influence in convincing people from my hometown that I was "crazy" during the darkest days of my life when I was suffering from the severe skin condition and blindness that resulted from the neighbor using the chemicals to eliminate me from my property.
Existing Conflicts of Interest between the individual local government officials. Named as a relevant issue for warranting a public corruption investigation by the FBI.
Did you know that occupying on private land protected by Property rights is considered a trespass? The law will find you guilty and can send you away for a couple of months or pay some hefty fee you’ll probably regret. So to avoid such a debacle, here are some facts about property rights and trespassing … Continue reading Unlawful application of chemicals to my property with intent to cause serious injury.
former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano sought to carve out a distinction. "To our belief, (Stack) was a lone wolf," she said. "He used a terrorist tactic, but an individual who uses a terrorist tactic doesn't necessarily mean they are part of an organized group attempting an attack on the United States." Napolitano's description mapped … Continue reading Define terrorist attack
Headline news in the local paper this week the County Attorney is retiring. He mentions justice and other qualities he believes he supported in his 40 years of serving the people of Lee County, Ia. I have a different opinion of the justice he brought for the residents of Lee County. He did a good … Continue reading Lee County Attorney retiring