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My landlord sends goones to kick in my door and rob me(on tape ) whagt do I do now?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by chrisis4ever, Feb 5, 2012.

  1. chrisis4ever

    chrisis4ever Regular Member

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    My landlord owes me money, lies and says he sold the house in jan when I last saw him and requested the long promised repairs.
    These men were not arrested or detained ... They were just questioned. The police told me that it was a tenent /landlord issue. Yesterday the dude in the vest tricked me into letting him in where he scoped the place , he told me (lied) he was the new landlord. He demanded money w/out a receipt . I finally got the balls to start recording on my phone . I have the audio of him jacking my lease. I was so stunned all I could do was stare at the wall all night.
    The muscle (Muslim dude who called himself Akeem) posing as my new landlord threatened me with every tactic in the book before tucking my lease agreement in his coat leaving me claimless for 24 hours until I caught him on tape with audio telling his goon to kick my door down and I have money in there. Please look at video and Tell me what I should do legally...Skip to 2 min mark
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  2. BlueNebula

    BlueNebula Junior Member

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    Call the police, get a lawyer, and gtfo of your house?
     
  3. mrpickles

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    next time they enter your home shoot them. you showed this shit to the cops and they did nothing ? If anyone tries to break down your door you legally can shoot to kill .

    Ohio
    Ohio's Senate Bill 184 (SB184) took effect September 9, 2008. This bill updated the Ohio Revised Code with sections pertaining to Castle Doctrine and other areas of the ORC that were known to be unclear.[25]
    ORC 2307.601: No duty to retreat in residence or vehicle.
    (A) As used in this section:
    (1) "Residence" and "vehicle" have the same meanings as in section 2901.05 of the Revised Code.
    (2) "Tort action" has the same meaning as in section 2307.60 of the Revised Code.
    (B) For purposes of determining the potential liability of a person in a tort action related to the person's use of force alleged to be in self-defense, defense of another, or defense of the person's residence, if the person lawfully is in that person's residence, the person has no duty to retreat before using force in self-defense, defense of another, or defense of that person's residence, and, if the person lawfully is an occupant of that person's vehicle or lawfully is an occupant in a vehicle owned by an immediate family member of the person, the person has no duty to retreat before using force in self-defense or defense of another.
    Effective Date: 2008 SB184 09-09-2008
    ORC 2901.05: Burden of proof - reasonable doubt - self-defense.
    (B)(1) Subject to division (B)(2) of this section, a person is presumed to have acted in self defense or defense of another when using defensive force that is intended or likely to cause death or great bodily harm to another if the person against whom the defensive force is used is in the process of unlawfully and without privilege to do so entering, or has unlawfully and without privilege to do so entered, the residence or vehicle occupied by the person using the defensive force.
    Effective Date: 11-01-1978; 2008 SB184 09-09-2008



    Also let your landlord and police know that you are feeling threatened by these people who were trying to break in and intent to use the castle doctrine in order to protect yourself from serious threat of life. Ask the police to review your video and ask for a supervisor.

    Then go get a nice handgun at least a .38 and take some safety lessons at the shooting range. Make sure you record any other attempts of breaking an entry if they are trying to wait until they enter your home as soon as they step through the door the ohio law allows the stand your ground rule. Meaning you do not have to retreat you can just start blasting away at anything at everything that moves.

    you can also call a lawyer , but I would get a gun these guys could have beaten or killed you , robbed you ,etc. Shoot to kill !
     
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  4. bigg_capp

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    Put's some adsense on that video, bank, and then move out the hood. That's the first time I sat thru 4 minutes of a youtube video in ages.

    -Capp
     
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    Reverse the order and you are on to something! Really, time to move on!
     
  6. chrisis4ever

    chrisis4ever Regular Member

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    the cops didn't even want to see it. I said they tried to break in, the cop says "he's the landlord" I said, "no he isn't I checked the tax assessor's site" he said "well it's a landlord /tenant issue, do you know where the tenant office is downtown?" I said no ...
     
  7. Winchester

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    Yeah the fact that you have this on tape and you have to ask confuses me...You tell the police that someone fraudulently posed as your landlord to try and get into your house and were in danger - if someone tells you to shove off you call again and again till its dealt with
     
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    You sir need an attorney. They will be much more helpful than any of us.
     
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    You really should have demanded to speak to the officers supervisor.
     
  10. genosse

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    Even if he's the landlord, he has to provide you with advanced notice that he's entering the property... Unless you have no actual agreement with him, or there are details that you're leaving out. You should have also been notified of the change of ownership. If it was sold to somebody else, any money that your previous landlord owes you is between you and him.

    If the cops are right, visit the tenant's office. If they're not, call back and hope you talk to someone else. You can always call next time they show up and say somebody's breaking and entering. You could also send it to your local news station. A lot of them have a consumer advocate segment and would love a video of a landlord banging down the door of a tenant. If there's really no reason.

    Either way, get out of there.

     
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    just saw the vid. i thought they would try to kick down the door
     
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  12. oscarmike

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    gtfo bro, they dont like you there so you dont have to stay and put up with their crap :(
     
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    this is nuts.. at this point you really have to take the matter seriously. cause a fuss with the police, not so much as to get yourself arrested, but enough so that they have no choice but to investigate further. refuse to leave the station until they do. after all, your possessions and possibly even your life could be in danger! grab this situation by the BALLS! you have to!
     
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    Yep have a gun ready cause they will knock on your door and if you don't answer they will bust down the door.
     
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    If I was you, I'd make plans to get our ASAP. I can't see this getting better.

    Until this, if anyone enters with force, shoot to kill. Scary, but you have to protect yourself.
     
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    Go to the police again. Insist strongly that they take action. Make it look very serious.

    If that fails, get the advice of a layer of how you can make the police take action.

    If that fails, go find another place. The suggested alternative that you shoot them is good for the ego boost but you 'll be running around in courts and you 'll be hiding for the next 5 years from fear that their relatives might want to extract revenge. Of course, if they do threaten your life, you better have that gun handy, as a deterrent.
     
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    There are laws prohibiting even the landlord/owner of the property from entering your premises! I would call an attorney and state to them that the cops did nothing to them from threatening you! I think you could get a lawsuit for this!
     
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    A landlord does not just demand money for no good reason, that is clearly bad business.

    You have honestly done something to piss him off and in situations where money is involved, it does not matter if it's $5 or $10,000 if someone feels cheated then they are going to make sure that they get revenge.

    If someone was squatting in my house they better be worried for there life. All I'm saying is becareful instead sit down with your landlord and try to resolve this.
     
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    This.
    Close your curtains too though.

    Or move out.
     
  20. clyde

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    Pay what you owe him, and GTFO ASAP. WTF?

    In the first post you said he owes you money? If he does why he trying to break into your house then?