Mr. & Mrs. Cobble Receive Eviction Letter from Landlord
BARCLAYS BANK SCANDAL AGAIN
JUSTIFIES COBBLE'S WARNINGS
Daniel Cobble and his pretty wife, Rufina, received the eviction letter below to vacate their apartment home of 14 years. Such an eviction is unlawful and without a reason given; the Cobbles have an excellent tenant record, showing that they still qualify for their longtime occupancy. Cobble is charging that landlord, Lafayette Communities
, is retaliating against him for his activist work and claims against various gov'mt officials for injuries he has suffered. Cobble has also challenged the routine rate-hikes of Louisville Gas & Electric Co.
(LG & E).
On July 5, 2012, Cobble filed a REMOVAL NOTICE
with the KY Administrative Office of the Courts
for the removal of Judge Anne Haynie
and Judge Irv Maze
, for claims / liens filed against their indemnity bonds. (See ISSUES 8
These issues, identified on this website, also include Cobble's JOBS LETTER to Pres. Obama
, asking the President to reverse the Bush-era monetary policies that still have a strangle-hold on the U.S. economy. Both Republican and Democratic leaderships have ignored this national security matter
. The July 3, 2012-reported scandal on Barclays' Bank
, where trillions of dollars are now at risk, is the latest devastation resulting from Bush's policies, practiced by the Federal Reserve, and not changed by Pres. Obama.
, the Cobble's have an excellent 14-year tenant record with Laffayette. Their rent is timely paid each month w/ only one complaint-issue from Lafayette that occurred in 1999 (Cobble lived alone at that time
). Cobble cannot yet prove this "retaliation" against his family, but he can prove discrimination, harassment and violation of the federal Fair Housing Act.
The Price of Freedom:
On Jan. 31, 2012 Cobble was falsely charged and jailed by the Franklin County Commonwealth Attorney for filing illegal liens. The charges were dropped
after he showed the state court there was no probable cause
in the indictment (12-cr-00038), since the liens were shown to be valid. See ISSUE 9
Don't let today's Establishment de-humanize us. The rule-of-law and each of Our souls do matter. Let Lafayette Communities know that their actions are unfair and should not be tolerated (502-894-8899). Let the Metro Louisville Human Relations Commission hear from you, tell them people should not be kicked out of their homes on the whims of pompous landlords (502-574-3631).