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County Attorneys Give False Information to Support the State

A Case Study
This situation indirectly relates to my case against Value City Furniture (VCF). In April '06, when VCF management would not come to my home to inspect delivery of questionable furniture, I attempted to file a criminal complaint against the retailer for theft-by-deception and fraud. However, the county attorneys office and Metro Louisville Police Dept. (MLPD) refused to investigate. MLPD would not even take a police report.

Then, when my May '06 lawsuit against the county attorneys (Irv Maze) and LMPD was unconstitutionally denied, I filed an administrative tort claim in July '07, where under its administrative power, they finally acquiesced in "legal admission" of my formal allegations, that they injured me by violating their mandate to investigate evidence of a crime. For Example: The furniture-in-question remained in my home (as EVIDENCE pending civil trial) until Feb. 4, 2008, due to their wanton negligence.

To wit, below is the latest false information from the County Attorneys' office. Attorney Susan P. Spickard supports the KY Board of Claims' stated premise that it does not have [administrative] jurisdiction over counties and their officials (while giving other false information). But this is absurd, since counties are territorial and political divisions of the state. The state cannot exist without its division of counties.

Thus, the documents, below, deserve your study; for they, too, show how Government is refusing to follow the law, even in matters of commonsense.