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Re: “UPDATE: Fortuna Denies Abatement Appeal at Longtime Problem Property

How would you define ebaitement and what are the rules?

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Posted by on 02/04/2020 at 3:20 AM

Re: “UPDATE: Fortuna Denies Abatement Appeal at Longtime Problem Property

Floyd really doesn't deserve his property to be taken like this. Really no one does but Floyd worked hard all his life for what he has, unlike most ebatements are alot of uneducated persons with criminal activities and have no value of money or what it's like to work for a living and buy property..until his disability came about Floyd has worked and was on the volunteer fire department for years and saved many peoples homes from burning. Floyd is a really good hearted person and doesn't steal, he actually did aquire all that from storage unit purchases.
I think it's also unfaire to judge him from an entertainment show on TV, called Hoarders, from 11 years ago, infact I believe Hoarders should be sued for their frivolous acts of humility in order to gain money and fame. Therefore a phlonisys Floyd is making progress it's hard to hire people to help clean, almost impossible therefore he has rely on people who truly care for him and his family which we all know are far and few between in real life not TV shows. Please help support Floyd with time as being homeless and strapped financially on what little disability gives you is a racket here in Humboldt. I have known Floyd for 25 years, he's one of my longest dearest friend I trust with my life, doesn't mean I have to agree upon his lifestyle but no one deserves to loose their property when trying to raise a family whom lovingly depends on their daddy. And yes I'm there to help Floyd when Im able, it's not an easy task. Please support America don't tear us apart. For what it's worth.

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Posted by on 02/04/2020 at 3:00 AM

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