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Theft, Vandalism, Acts of Mortgage Terrorism

The law calls the following acts theft, vandalism, and terrorism, especially when no notice or warrant is served and it occurs outside lawful court authority.

Quote from North American Van Lines on moving electronics...

Tips for Packing Your Home Office or Den
Electronics Care
If the original carton and packing materials are no longer available, you may need to crate it prior to moving day. If the item can fit in another sturdy carton, line it with plenty of newsprint paper or styrofoam before packing. Seal and securely mark “Extremely Fragile” on the carton.
 
Office Furniture
Any modular office furniture will need to be dismantled prior to move day. Use tape to mark where pieces go together and keep the hardware together (including drawer pull) in one spot, like a plastic bag or coffee can.

https://www.northamerican.com/moving-help/packing-tips/home-office-den


It Happened To Us - Idaho Ranch Theft, Vandalism, Acts of Mortgage Terrorism
It Happened To Us - Idaho Ranch Theft, Vandalism, Acts of Mortgage Terrorism
It Happened To Us - Idaho Ranch Theft, Vandalism, Acts of Mortgage Terrorism
It Happened To Us - Idaho Ranch Theft, Vandalism, Acts of Mortgage Terrorism
It Happened To Us - Idaho Ranch Theft, Vandalism, Acts of Mortgage Terrorism
It Happened To Us - Idaho Ranch Theft, Vandalism, Acts of Mortgage Terrorism
It Happened To Us - Idaho Ranch Theft, Vandalism, Acts of Mortgage Terrorism
It Happened To Us - Idaho Ranch Theft, Vandalism, Acts of Mortgage Terrorism
It Happened To Us - Idaho Ranch Theft, Vandalism, Acts of Mortgage Terrorism
Layer by layer we found irreparable damage on treasured and costly items. Electronics, furniture, office furnishings. Much will have to just be replaced...but you cannot replace the heirlooms, memories, gifts, and special memories associated with items that were destroyed. The magnitude of the damage is incalculable without going item by item and just adding it up, which is what we have been doing. Ridiculous losses occurred with not only with equipment, furniture, and instruments, but with supplies. So much was wasted. Unopened packages of laser ink that were ruined cost over $400.000 each. Specialty papers were exposed to extreme moisture changes. Each piece of paper has a cost. Each piece of equipment has a purpose. Item by item, it all adds up and is a bill those who committed these acts of theft, vandalism, and mortgage terrorism will soon get to pay.