Those crazy kids in Sioux Falls code enforcement are up to their old games again. This December 14th, 2018 pretend hearing has real consequences. A family reports vandalism at their property, tries to get police to investigate and a vengeful code enforcement department decides to punish them for having been vandalized. It gets worse. The town’s ticketing agents decide the family should be punished for not accepting their unknown punishments. What?

How does this even make sense? It doesn’t if you actually believe in a truly open and constitutional system. Our code enforcement system sees these crimes and punishments as just their average day’s work.

The kangaroo court system of enforcing property and health codes in Sioux Falls was declared unconstitutional after a previous city attorney with the assistance of the ticketing agent / enforcer were caught making up evidence, reports and transcripts just to win in their special court.

This questionably legal process has been operated for a long time.

In this example of the kangaroo court. watch the video for the snide reactions of the ticket agent. He shows his contempt toward the couple who are only trying to protect their civil rights. It also does if you understand the kangaroo court system was ruled unconstitutional by the South Dakota Supreme Court.

Even though the ticket agent for this trip to the kangaroo court knew the couple’s correct address, he still sent the notice to a totally different address and declared the ticket / citation still valid. Reminds us of the complaints leveled against the ticket agents when the fines were dropped in blue bags and left in water puddles to be found later when property owners were doing yard work.

There is something very wrong about the way our town’s code enforcers seem to think our rights are just suggestions and they are the only ones who matter. The ticket agents seem to think they have a right to climb over fences, climb up ladders to look into private property, assist in vandalism and other known crimes is all in a day’s work.

When is our town’s administration going to fire and prosecute these true lawbreakers? When are we going to quit seeing these kangaroo courts? Does our police department work in concert with this questionably legal process? We don’t know for sure but it does make us wonder.

5 Thoughts on “Code Enforcement Hearing (Dec 14, 2018)

  1. D@ily Spin on January 16, 2019 at 3:26 pm said:

    Ignore all code enforcement citations. Circuit Court cases get dismissed because city judicial ordinance doesn’t allow appeals. Respect a drug dealer more than a code enforcement dumbass. If they trespass, turn the hose on them. They do not have a search warrant and can’t get one. Judges know these guys are thugs that must be collared. File a restraining order.

  2. D@ily Spin on January 16, 2019 at 3:32 pm said:

    There should be a blog site with stories of this harassment. Lately, we’re protected from this sort of thing via internet networking. With media hype, it’s gonna be hard to get re-elected mayor.

  3. Ruby Ridge on January 16, 2019 at 5:26 pm said:

    Seriously Scott you got to quit letting Bruce post stuff to your blog, his sovereign citizen stuff really turns most normal people off.

  4. If you had code enforcement up your ass, you would feel differently.

    How can you get a fair hearing when the officer, the attorney and the hearing examiner (Judge) all draw a paycheck from the city? Let’s talk about sovereignty.

  5. D@ily Spin on January 17, 2019 at 3:36 am said:

    Seriously, there should be an anti-City podcast. Networks don’t have investigative reporters anymore. Netflix replaced their audience. The only way to stop city bullying and TIF favors is acquainting citizen voters with out of control local government corruption. TenHaken couldn’t make it in the software realm so he’s opted to rob from public coffers. When caught and criticized, he sends out code enforcement goons to rough up his adversaries. Using public resources to break limbs is a sin against God and Dutch.

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