Summary of medical and health conditions presented during the time I resided by my new neighbor.

I certainly  never expected one man who was held above the law in the redevelopment of his newly purchased lot adjoining mine to become a threat to my health.

Former Lee County Attorney Michael Short and Chief of Police Brent Shipman make a well formed militia, no way justice was going to be served.

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.

Violation of Federal law. This situation is not difficult to understand.

This situation is not difficult to understand.

This meeting minutes seems so relevant in the dumbing down of the citizens it in my opinion is ridiculous.

He says even if we don’t have a building inspector, if someone has a complaint the City could enforce the International Code.

Some corrupt public officials get busted while others do not. Who make the final decision?

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?

Evidence based on hearsay, “Mark Conlee says”

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.

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.”