“I’m not going to do anything.”
“He did you a favor”
“People do it all the time.”
“What has changed physically since October, 2010.”
“I’m not going to do anything about an interior light shining into your house.”
Why didn’t he look into the legitimacy of the Mike Chadwick letter?
“When was the last time you spoke with him/your neighbor.”
Yesterday I called 303/277-0211 and requested Deputy Blankenheim’s e-mail address; my request was refused. I asked to leave him a message and this too was refused.
The following excerpt from the Colorado Constitution Bill of Rights is something that was discussed with a senior Mink-Sheriff administration official. This was after several calls and inaction by responding deputies to a recurring problem with a neighbor. (Curiously, one deputy came to my house to inform me that I would receive a reply to the final of my three letters to the aggressor/perpetrator; I have never received any reply.) I was informed by the senior patrol official that the offending individual would be spoken to and my assumption was that the harassment would stop.
Section 3. Inalienable rights. All persons have certain natural, essential and inalienable rights, among which may be reckoned the right of enjoying and defending their lives and liberties; of acquiring, possessing and protecting property; and of seeking and obtaining their safety and happiness.
Criminal laws such as harassment, trespassing, tampering, and others, are related-to or based on these rights.
After over a year I have now re-raised this issue. It is still occurring and is seemingly escalating–I am basically unable to use portions of my home and yard as a result of the ongoing harassment. Much of my “tabling” the issue was a result of my inability to fathom the response from local law enforcement; I just could not deal with the intractable situation. Now a deputy is apparently overriding a superior who had extensive knowledge of the situation to, in his words, “I’m not going to do anything.”
As a taxpayer and long-time resident I am incensed by this response. It is inconceivable to me how anyone could grasp the seriousness or complexity of this problem after an, at most, thirty minute review, seemingly in a vehicle on wireless devices. No attempt was made to review documents, photographs, witnesses, participants, the physical scene (e.g., new bay window), etc. We had a brief telephone conversation and I am baffled by some of the questions I was asked.
After over a year I have now re-raised this issue. It is still occurring and is seemingly escalating. Much of my “tabling” of the incidents was a result of my inability to fathom the response/lack of concern from local law enforcement. Now a deputy is apparently overriding a superior who had extensive knowledge of the situation to, in his words, “I’m not going to do anything.”
This is obviously a matter of utmost concern to me. I am being harassed in my home and on my property and my local law enforcement will not stop it. It has been occurring for over two and a half years due largely to this intransigence (I do not see why I should have to pursue this civilly/covenant-wise).
Please provide Ted Mink’s e-mail address so that I may detail this horrific experience.
Also, please inform me of the status/result into the Mike Chadwick letter investigation.