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just done 50 hours in a police cell

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posted on Apr, 18 2012 @ 07:46 PM
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Nice.

If you left something of yours in the jail cell, would you break in and tear up the place?





posted on Apr, 18 2012 @ 08:17 PM
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Originally posted by Destinyone

Originally posted by davesmart
then i gained entry and smashed some things up
my property that was in there
such fridge and micro and washing machine
cooker
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Well...I don't know what to say....so, I'll just...




Des
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edit on 18-4-2012 by Destinyone because: (no reason given)


I love all of your animations.


But yeah not much to say.........good job?



posted on Apr, 18 2012 @ 10:32 PM
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Sorry for what your going through. I cant imagine the hardship with your daughter having heart problems. This is really terrible. I hope you have someone around who can help you out until you get it back together. My prayers will be going out to you and your family. I really hope things only go up for you from here.



posted on Apr, 19 2012 @ 10:18 AM
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thank u sir



posted on Apr, 19 2012 @ 10:19 AM
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hi all as i promised il explain all

sorry i cant answer all questions il explain everything now

I rented a flat above an old T.V repair shop for 11 yrs.
i had no signed contract juist a verbal agreement.
Now over the years i noticed he was entering my rented flat whilst i was at work,he left tell tale signs.
then i got sacked just as my daughter was born, i explained to him that housing benefit would take a little time to come through
due to a new claim.
then when my daughter was born she was diagnosed with a Ventricular septum defects (a couple of holes in the heart)
i explained to landlord id be in hospital with my baby and will be a little late with the rent.
my daughter had her heart surgery and was sucessful, so i went home to quickly clean b4 she come come.
on the rush back to the trainstation to get to birmingham childrens hospital my landlord chased me
forced me and took me to a cash for his rent, and he knew i was in brum childrens hospital

5 yrs later my daughter is fine but my partner and i split a while back
i got behind on the rent due housing benefit issues because i had to make a new claim
i explained to him in a letter because for the 3 yrs he hasnot opend his shop
he would pop in once a week to leave my post
ive never seen him for over a year i left the rent in an tin outside his rear shop door

anyway went there a few weeks ago and seen my daughters stuff in the bin, stuff wen she was in intensive care
i kept my cool done nothing because the landlord lives in brinklow somewhere

i got drunk and angry that my life had been thrown out like garbage
my 1967 gibson 25 computers and consoles from 1970 to 89
i gained entry with my keys
he had stripped everything but stole my kithen stuff cooker etc
i was drunk and smashed my stuff that he had stolen
on the way out police get me (nearly tazerd)

then after a few hrs in the cells the c.i.d come to see me
turns out he had kept my 2 blank firers in his shop
my winchester .223 ammo which were old rusty things
so now ive a firearms charge which im bailed for
i am so thankfull i got bail
it was very close
i will be doing some little bit of time a few weeks or so

oh yes the landlord from hell used to cut my hot water off and my electric
theres more to this but ive some work to do
flame as much as you like
but i dont piss and moan i take action and the punishment
i was pushed thats my only crime

oh yeh my record has been clean since 1997
and police in the station were lovely
food and tea wenever i asked
as many blankets as i liked
they explained human right are a lot better back wen i was in trouble for silly motoring offence
any way i hope this clears some of my skitzo flip
cheers
dave



posted on Apr, 19 2012 @ 10:50 AM
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Why is it most landlords or landladies are giant arseholes?

It's like the power trip makes them irritable as a cat in a wet sack...

And before any of you say it, I have reasons to say this. One couple I know left because their landlord was getting a bit nosy about how they raised their kids (they are wonderful parents) and another one left because apparently, the church that owned the property didn't appreciate how he was living there.

Seriously...pursuit of happiness, and mind YOUR OWN STUPID BUSINESS!

/rant.



posted on Apr, 19 2012 @ 11:01 AM
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i think some of these landlords
think they are god
because its their property
even though i spent a lot of money a few years ago decorating
cheers
dave



posted on Apr, 19 2012 @ 11:04 AM
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Originally posted by lobotomizemecapin
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What gives your the right to smash up your landlords property? You had to have seen an arrest in your near future



hi i did not smash the lanlords property
i smashed what he STOLE from me



posted on Apr, 19 2012 @ 01:05 PM
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Rough s* man! Feel for you. Police once took someone else's word against me and I was 'processed', including charge. Innocent until proven guilty is a joke in this country. Police are not called plod for nothing.

Did you counter complain? Press charges for theft of the items the landlord removed? Is there a Housing Aid centre near you? They may be able to help provide support or advocacy because even though you did not have a written agreement, I'm pretty sure the law says that by accepting your rent payments for so many years, the relationship between you and the landlord was that of 'landlord and tenant' and this would imply tenancy? In which case, he illegally evicted you as he should have served notice. You could probably sue for damages. Especially if the criminal damage case is found in your favour (by proof/reasonable doubt over ownership of the now defunct white goods).

Another thought; it occurs to me that problems only arose because you advised him you intended applying for housing benefit? My daughter had a dodgy landlord and when she was out of work, applied for housing benefit only to learn the landlord was already collecting housing benefit on the property! The landlord was charged with fraud!

Not sure about the weaponary. Could they be classed as antiquities? Might be helpful if they can.



posted on Apr, 19 2012 @ 02:28 PM
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You got moxie!!!
I like your style kid!



posted on Apr, 19 2012 @ 03:05 PM
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hya
yes i told the police i found the rifle ammo yrs ago at another property
they were rusty and presumed they were inert from an army surplus store

theyre not inert
but i play the dummy as in , i dont know army surplus job


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posted on Apr, 19 2012 @ 04:46 PM
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It doesn't matter whether you had a contract or not actually. The fact you were paying rent gains you that contract. It doesn't need to be on paper. Did you actually get the housing benefit sorted out? He couldn't legally just chuck you out, you know? There is a procedure that they have to follow. You could have got him done for that big time! You should have phoned up the council.

He sounds like an arse though and most landlords are! I've recently moved to brum actually and I've been here for over 2 months! We still have no gas safety certificate! That is because the boiler is FECKED! But he still wants to come "check" on us after 3 months! lol

Hopefully you can wriggle out of going down though! Mitigating circumstances!



posted on Apr, 19 2012 @ 04:56 PM
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Paging CPS. CPS to the white courtesy phone please.



posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 03:51 AM
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I'm really sorry to hear what happened to you. Your landlord sounds like a total ar*e.

Hopefully you get off without a custodial.



posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 04:34 AM
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Sorry to hear what happened Dave. I hope you get yourself sorted out with a new place to live with a decent landlord.



posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 04:50 AM
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I don't truly understand 100%, possibly because you can't say too much, I don't know.

From what I gather, you re-entered the property after being kicked out effectively, with no warning. No exactly breaking and entering, you have a right to get your things that aren't in a bin outside.
When you say he STOLE your stuff, what do you mean? That there were objects belonging to you in the flat that he hadn't thrown out? Do you know that he had the intent to keep these things for himself?
Why did he throw your things out? If you're deep in arrears with your rent, it might be enough.
Also, how did you get housing benefit without a tenancy agreement? I didn't think you could do that. But then I've always had one, so I don't know how it would work without one.

Don't get me wrong, I'm really horrified by his actions, especially when you have a small daughter with health problems. I really hope you can find somewhere to call your own soon, with a landlord who will respect your privacy and your circumstances



posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 06:58 AM
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Private landlords are a law unto themselves.
Get's worse by the day.



posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 11:39 AM
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Originally posted by Lulzaroonie
I don't truly understand 100%, possibly because you can't say too much, I don't know.

From what I gather, you re-entered the property after being kicked out effectively, with no warning. No exactly breaking and entering, you have a right to get your things that aren't in a bin outside.
When you say he STOLE your stuff, what do you mean? That there were objects belonging to you in the flat that he hadn't thrown out? Do you know that he had the intent to keep these things for himself?
Why did he throw your things out? If you're deep in arrears with your rent, it might be enough.
Also, how did you get housing benefit without a tenancy agreement? I didn't think you could do that. But then I've always had one, so I don't know how it would work without one.

Don't get me wrong, I'm really horrified by his actions, especially when you have a small daughter with health problems. I really hope you can find somewhere to call your own soon, with a landlord who will respect your privacy and your circumstances



hya
all i can say is
wen i went into the property
everything of mine was gone it was as it was wen i first rented the property
nothing there
went into kitchen
my kitchen appliances was there ready for the next tennant
i flipped and smashed it up
neighbours rang police
i only took my axe to smash my stuff up...
anyways
maybe il get a suspended jail time due to addmitance and magistrate court
as for the ammo
the landlord statement said he had it in his shop for 3 months (shop below my flat)
i was stupid i dmit
cheers
dave

ment to ad
i was working wen i rented the property
i kept reciepts
5 yrs ago wen my daughter had holes in the heart i had to give up work
showed them my wages and doctor papers thats how i benefits
my arrears were 500 pounds

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posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 05:40 PM
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Ah if it was his property whats the problem then?



posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 07:00 PM
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Originally posted by mee30
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It doesn't matter whether you had a contract or not actually. The fact you were paying rent gains you that contract. It doesn't need to be on paper. Did you actually get the housing benefit sorted out? He couldn't legally just chuck you out, you know? There is a procedure that they have to follow. You could have got him done for that big time! You should have phoned up the council.

He sounds like an arse though and most landlords are! I've recently moved to brum actually and I've been here for over 2 months! We still have no gas safety certificate! That is because the boiler is FECKED! But he still wants to come "check" on us after 3 months! lol

Hopefully you can wriggle out of going down though! Mitigating circumstances!



thats bloody terrible
my landlord had an old 50p meter
i had to leave 5 pounds for a fiver worth of 50 pence pieces to put in the electric mter
im ashamed to say i done a little more damage than i thought
the C.I.D showed me a few photos
the old 1970s meter had been smashed in, i admited it
but the satisfaction at the time made my anger go.
he did not give me time to get housing benefit sorted
never seen each other for over a year
i would leave notes now and again with the rent money.
cov getting very crap
as i spent alot of time at brum childrens hospital
i grew fond of the city and the center




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