Minn. Stat. 609.72 Disorderly Conduct
: Whoever does any of the following in any public or private place,knowingly, or having reasonable grounds to know that it will, or will tend to, alarm, anger, or disturb othersor provoke an assault or breach of the peace, is guilty of disorderly conduct, which is a misdemeanor.
Minn. Stat. 626.5531(1) Reporting of crimes motivated by bias
: A peace officer must report to the head
of the officer’s department, every violation of chapter 609
, or a local criminal ordinance, if the officer hasreason to believe, or if the victim alleges, that the offender was motivated to c
ommit the act by the victim’srace *** The reports must include…
Minn. Stat. 609.745 Permitting Public Nuisance
: Whoever having control over real property, permits it tobe used to maintain a public nuisance or lets the same knowing it will be so used is guilty of a misdemeanor.
Minn. Stat. 609.498(1)(f) Tampering With Witness
: (1) Whoever does any of the following is guilty of tampering with a witness in the first degree: (f) Intentionally causes injury or threatens to cause injury to anyperson or property in retaliation against a person who has provided information to law enforcementauthorities concerning a crime within one year of that person who provided the information.
18 USCA 1512(b)(1)(A)(2)(C) Obstruction of Justice
: Whoever knowingly uses intimidation or ***corruptly persuades another person, or attempts to do so, or engages in misleading conduct toward anotherperson, with intent to
*** prevent the testimony of any person in an official proceeding; cause or induceany person to
withhold testimony, or withhold a record, or document, from an official proceeding; evadelegal process summoning that person to appear as a witness, or to produce a record, or document, in anofficial proceeding.
Narrative and Summary of Events1.
During the late summer season, in the year 2003, the Complainant was a witness to a black semi-tractor hit & run accident. The black semi-tractor did rear-end a red corvette that wasparked in the parking-lot of the property owner causing substantial damage to the corvette.Complainant did notify the property management, and did notify the owner of the corvette,and when the corvette owner sought the identity of the semi-tractor driver, the managementof the property did withhold the identity of the semi-driver. Thereafter, the investigatingpolice officer, at that time, did take a witness-statement from this Complainant, which didcontradict the claims of the property management; and thereafter, the Complainant has notbeen involved in the matter since that time.2.
In retaliation to being a witness to said hit & run accident, and in retaliation for beingrequired to give a statement to the investigating police officer, the property management didretaliate against the Complainant, which caused Complainant to file a housing discriminationcomplaint (Case No. 05-04-0639-8; Barbara M Knox, Director). After being coerced toaccept a conciliation agreement (A-1),
(by Thomas Leach, Field Director),
and during theone year duration of this settlement agreement, the property owner was abandoned by theVillager Franchise system, (Case No. 05-CV-00279-JMR-FLN) & (70-2005-03211).3.
As consequence, the Shakopee police began to withhold public assistance from Complainantfor his property damage, for the nuisances, for the distress, and the for retaliations that wereperpetrated upon Complainant thereafter (Report 07-011466).4.
On 4/02/10, after the property management allowed a dog nuisance problem to escalate,Complainant did file a police report on this dog nuisance problem (A-2). After this dognuisance did escalate into a disturbance, the Complainant did relocate away from thedisturbance. However, the property management assisted the perpetrator, allowed them tofollow the Complainant, and to again relocate near the Complainant (A-3).