Public Corruption Why It’s Our #1 Criminal Priority!

03/26/10  A little outdated but still the front page article on their webpage. Public corruption is a breach of trust by federal, state, or local officials—often with the help of private sector accomplices. It’s also the FBI’s top criminal investigative priority. To explain why the Bureau takes public corruption so seriously and how we investigate, … Continue reading Public Corruption Why It’s Our #1 Criminal Priority!

Please Explain what about this is not a violation of my Federally protected private property rights?

 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.

9-1-2005 Johnson to Swan letter, full of false statements

Boatner has the right to do anything she wants with her property. Except violate ordinances and State building law as Conlee has done.

9-5-2017 To whom it may concern,

An unprecedented case of public corruption committed by my local government officials

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.

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?

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.”

The FBI holds pursuing public corruption a high priority . Thank you US attorneys and the FBI.

The FBI holds pursuing public corruption a high priority . Thank you US attorneys and the FBI.

Millions against Monsanto or Crimes against humanity?

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

FBI launches campaign to root out public corruption — WAVY-TV

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

Society of Environmental Journalists

Educate yourself on this brutality that took place is southeast Iowa and nobody raised an eyebrow.

Unlawful application of chemicals to my property with intent to cause serious injury.

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.

Continued involvement in covering up evidence of a conspiracy

new sheriff, can I trust him to hold his mentor accountable?

Went to City Hall to get copies of building permits issued for Mark Conlee’s property redevelopment. – Poisoned By My Neighbor From Hell in Montrose, Lee County, Iowa

After being told by Mayor Dinwiddie that this was a private issue I went to City Hall. I got copies of the building permits on file for Mark Conlees new garage and his new home. This one for his new home.   In the circled area Value is handwritten $40,880 Fee $ is blank. The … Continue reading Went to City Hall to get copies of building permits issued for Mark Conlee’s property redevelopment. – Poisoned By My Neighbor From Hell in Montrose, Lee County, Iowa

Frivolous criminal complaints file by the State of Iowa against me, ignore the conspiracy, trespassing, and chemicals intentionally used against me.

I held my own in defending my property against the significant amount of storm water that was intentionally diverted to my property but I had no defense against chemical weapons used with no other purpose than to cause me serious injury.

Lee County Attorney retiring

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

Good old boy network from hell

a collection of a few of the criminal offenses committed against me by local government officials on behalf of my neighbor Mark Conlee.

Zoning Ordinances and Regulations – Lawyers.com

Why Zoning Is a Big Issue Zoning comes into play on every single real estate development, big or small. So if you are thinking about buying property or making improvements to property that you own, you'll need and want to know how zoning laws fit into your plan. If you fail to find out what … Continue reading Zoning Ordinances and Regulations – Lawyers.com

Oath of Office – Deprivation of Rights – Color of Law – Treason – YouTube

Oath of Office - Deprivation of Rights - Color of Law - Treason - YouTube.

Protecting the Property Rights of All: No Adverse Impact Floodplain and Stormwater Management

Protecting the Property Rights of All