illegal police actions
- View Source1. I am dealing with
illegal police actions (and ALL
accomplices, which are never ending
in government when it comes to
illegal police actions), particularly
violations of trespass, and the 4th
amendment; where they make accusations
of "impeding a police investigation"
when I tell them not to trespass, and
proceed to come onto private property,
violently take me down, handcuff me,
and drag me off my own property
(I do nothing wrong/illegal).
I expect this to happen in the future
again, as it has happened many times
in the past - the main culprit is a
pesky well-connected neighbor with
intent to harass. Some ideas I have
had are the following, but I would
appreciate any that might be better:
a) I am considering presenting before a
grand jury for criminal indictments?
The downside of this method is that
even if you get that far, you are
still reliant upon the prosecutor
to do the prosecution, unless
someone knows something I don't?
The positive side of this approach
is that criminal prosecutions puts
the fear of "government employment"
b) A private attorney general is a
private party in the United States
who brings a lawsuit that is considered
to be in the public interest, thus
entitled to recover attorney's fees
if they prevail. The purpose of this
principle is to provide incentive to
private citizens to pursue suits that
may be of benefit to society (42 USC 1988).
The downside of this is that it is
merely a civil case, it's tough to
collect, and it doesn't really stop
the problem. Also, if you lose, you
get stuck with court/attorney costs.
c) If a private attorney general obtains
an injunction, he does so not for himself
alone but also as a 'private attorney
general,' vindicating a policy that
Congress considered of the highest
priority. The United States Congress
has passed laws with "private attorney
general" provisions that provide for the
enforcement of laws prohibiting employment
discrimination, police brutality, and
water pollution. I wonder if this
is the best idea - but I don't have
the experience to know.
d) Then there is the plain old civil suit:
violations of fiduciary duty I guess? But
when I try to get ahold of the duty (policy
and procedures?) manual from the police, I
just get obstructed, and get endless
run-around. I would think I need this
manual to construct a case? Maybe not,
I have little experience in this area.
I guess I could try a FOIA request, but
I have to know exactly what to request,
and I don't know exactly what to request.
2. Some jurisdictions give people a right
to file a police report, but I cannot find
any such law where I live in Anchorage,
Alaska. We have no Sheriffs, and the
Mayor/FBI/Internal Affairs just laugh
and then hang up on me when I push the
issue of being denied the ability to
file a police report on illegal police
actions. Does anyone have any ideas on
how to file a police report in such case?
It probably won't have any effect, but at
least it creates an official record.
3. If you have someone that is constantly
calling 911 to harass you, is there a
method to stop them? I have been told
that I have no right to 911 records, so
I cannot get the evidence I would need to
do anything about it pre-trial. I haven't
been able to find law on this.
4. When a law says something,
regarding the word PLEASURE:
A. Within the boundaries of the
municipality no person shall cause,
suffer, permit or allow XYZ except
the following unless otherwise
prohibited by law:
1. XYZ for pleasure, religious,
ceremonial, or like social purposes
2. XYZ requires a permit if ...
Is "PLEASURE" used in contrast to
"BUSINESS"? Is "PLEASURE" anything
non-commercial? Or does it have some
other limiting definition? I cannot
find a legal definition for the term.
If "PLEASURE" is an all-encompassing
word, I don't understand it is followed
with other restrictive itemizations.