Boatner has the right to do anything she wants with her property. Except violate ordinances and State building law as Conlee has done.
Source: 18 U.S. Code § 242 - Deprivation of rights under color of law | US Law | LII / Legal Information Institute
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Educate yourself on this brutality that took place is southeast Iowa and nobody raised an eyebrow.
Conlee sues Boatner for installing privacy curtain. Boatner was well within her legal rights to install a privacy curtain. The fact that he is and has been routinely unlawfully trespassing by applying toxic chemicals to her property having been told not to. He sues her for using her property as she chose to assuring no encroachment on Conlee's property indicates Conlee has a personality disorder.
I requested an incident report from the chief of police when I told Conlee to stay off my property. Sixteen months later I finally got a report, By that time the skin condition had became severe, I was in constant pain. Unable to function, unbearable to wear clothes.
a collection of a few of the criminal offenses committed against me by local government officials on behalf of my neighbor Mark Conlee.
Witnesses on Boatner's behalf These individuals were intended to be witnesses in a case that should have been titled Boatner vs. City of Montrose, Ia, that is what Steve Swan was hired to do, that complaint was never filed. Steve Swan assured me that he filed the complaint against the city several times,it was he … Continue reading Witnesses on Boatner’s behalf
Courts consider City as having "deep pockets"
photo showing basement crawlspace of Boatner home, front of home facing city street light in color indicates dry, Left side of photo facing Conlee property dark soil indicates saturated soil from storm water runoff and foundation washed out
Adopted in 1924, the ICMA Code of Ethics defined the principles that today serve as the foundation for the local government management profession and set the standard for excellence. Leadership in a management structure committed to equity, transparency, integrity, stewardship of public resources, political neutrality, and respect for the rights and responsibility of elected officials and residents strengthens democratic local governance.