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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.



What If

What If the sheriff had refused to execute the writ because it was not lawful, was not based on a lawful judgment, and was not in compliance with his Sheriff's Manual,
What if the sheriff had informed the District Court and Clayne Tyler he was unwilling to act until we were allowed due process,
What if the sheriff had required the District Court to reissue the expired writ,
What if the sheriff had admitted the Sheriff's Deed was void on its face and was therefore unlawful, non-binding, and unenforceable,
What if the sheriff had investigated the banks claims and provided corroboration their claims were fraudulent,
What if the sheriff had waited to execute any presented writ until right to appeal, and other judicial options, were exhausted,
What if the sheriff had honored his professional assurances and personal guarantees to communicate with us prior to moving forward if any eviction or ejectment actions were initiated,
What if the sheriff had remembered the law finds us innocent until we are proven guilty.
What if the sheriff had considered convicted criminals were the ones telling him we, innocent homeowners, were guilty,
What if the sheriff had allowed us opportunity to remove our personal belongings as we had told him we would want to do if the bank tried to remove us from the property,
What if the sheriff had not abused, broken, ruined and destroyed our personal belongings and instead moved them to a safe place,
What if?
He would be the man we believed him to be and he would be a good sheriff and we would believe we still live in the land of the free and the home of the brave.
What if...it happened to you?

It Happened To Us - Idaho Ranch Theft, Vandalism and Mortgage Terrorism


Does what you see below look like safe storage? Would your sheriff do this to you?


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
We opened the doors with the keys provided by Mitch Jared and Chris Goetz, and stood in shock and disbelief at what we saw. We are preparing an exhaustive inventory of the damages and losses, but even the most unskilled, unprofessional, and uncouth mover would have put more effort into setting up a storage unit than the Clearwater County destruction crew did. Scratches, gashes, broken pieces, lost screws, broken legs, missing doors, bent metal, cracked wood, ripped vinyl and fabrics were just some of the damages we found. Everything was packed into the units as if the moving crew had intentionally tried to separate everything so we could not ascertain what was missing or inventory the damage. Table tops were found in one part of the unit with all four legs and the chairs spread out all over the two units. We found glass chards, fiberglass type materials, sawdust, mud, leaked fluids, powders, and all kinds of other destructive elements all over our treasures. Many are irreplaceable like the ones passed on to our family by a Granddaddy who passed away earlier this year. Wedding, birthday, anniversary, treasured handmade gifts, and other holiday presents were marred, broken, and ruined. Extreme incompetence, negligence and recklessness fatally fails to identify or adequately describe what we found when we opened the storage unit doors. It appeared evil movers stood at the back of their truck and threw everything into the units. Then, they grabbed what was left and crammed it into any holes they could find. It was really beyond bad. To make matters worse, only one side of each of the units could be opened. Why? The rollers were intentionally wedged to prevent the second doors from opening. Presumably, this was yet another attempt to create additional hardship, hassle, and inconvenience for us. Regardless, the actions of those who seized our property went far beyond ignorance, incompetence, or negligence. Their actions clearly demonstrated and displayed maliciousness, extreme hatred for us, and some sick mental disorder (aka, destructomaniac) that made them want to destroy nice quality things. Without a doubt, it took far more effort and skill to create the mess we found in the storage units than it would have taken to move and pack everything correctly and professionally many, many, many times.