You decide…

The Isabella County Sheriff’s Department and it’s personnel entered my home without authorization or justification, lawful or otherwise and stole the contents of our home. We interrupted them part way through and called 911 and the same perpetrators responded to our 911 call for help and then forced us to leave our own property under threat of arrest while allowing the looting of our home to continue. We complied to avoid arrest and immediately attempted to get competent law enforcement help from the administrators of the Sheriff Department. Administrators, under-sheriff, called the Isabella County Prosecuting Attorney and the PA advised the under-sheriff that if we had not been evicted and could prove we had not been evicted that we should get our home back. Returning to our home I personally witnessed active looting and made that report to the deputy who again forced me to leave my own property under threat of arrest. Ultimately we regained possession of our home that we should have never lost in the first place only to discover it’s contents had been stolen which prompted yet another call to 911 to report the burglary. This request for help was rejected by the Isabella County Sheriff Department which prompted another call asking for help from the Michigan State Police and this request was also rejected.

Deputy Steinert then returned to our now empty home (his 3rd visit) and arrested me for calling 911.

Our initial 911 call was held for over an hour (see 911 call logs) while the plan to deceive us was conceived and conspired by employees of the sheriff department.

I begged Sheriff Leo to help us and he turned his back on us opting rather to hide and conceal the facts of this case in some misguided effort to save the county from the liability and embarrassment it had created for itself.

I’m not crazy… These actions violate Federal Criminal Law and when our elected sheriff worked only to cover and conceal he became an active participant… an accomplice in Federal Crimes against my family.

Sheriff Deputy Steinert refused our requests for police reports on both his first and second visits to our home. After Steinert arrested me he had to complete a police report. This report was kept from us for four months because of the “Active Investigation” into my criminal arrest for calling 911.

18 USC – Crimes

Sec. 241. Conspiracy against rights If two or more persons go in disguise on the highway, or on the premises of another, with intent to prevent or hinder his free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege so secured…

Shelly Sweet, an Isabella County Sheriff Department employee came to our property in response to our 911 call for help. Although she had been working on Monday September 27, 2010, our call for help was held for over an hour which allowed her time to change out of uniform and come to our home disguised as a civilian. Steinert and Sweet then told us that they only knew each other from an event that happened years in the past while neglecting to mention that they had both just come from the same building. At the time, my wife and I didn’t know that Sweet was a sheriff department employee. This disguise was intended to mask a bias that was intended to, and succeeded in, relieving my family of our home and personal property.

Sec. 242. Deprivation of rights under color of law Whoever, under color of any law, statute, ordinance, regulation, or custom, willfully subjects any person in any State, Territory, Commonwealth, Possession, or District to the deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured or protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States…

Our home and it’s contents were taken from us by police force. Although I would have been fully within my right to defend our home and property, standing off with the Isabella County Sheriff Department would have most likely resulted in my own death or incarceration on felony charges. As it were, I felt lucky to have only been arrested for misuse of 911.

Isabella County has proven itself to be dysfunctional yet again by accepting White’s guilty plea to second-degree vs first-degree murder and I am again utterly disgusted…




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