10:08 am – I attended Jeremy Stamper Roy’s first appearance for the charges laid against him on July 13, 2019. The only two of the loony crew who accompanied him were his mother, Christina, and Richard Pollington. They were well behaved; not a single upraised middle finger to be seen. I spoke to the Crown. …
A complaint is made to Property Standards about the front deck and a broken board in the front stairs. John receives another Compliance Order.
The false complaints to HPS continue, and police get even more hostile and bullying.
These guys don’t even follow their own rules…
Protesters paint “Defund the Police” in front of City Hall, Hamilton.
The tally is now at 20 hours 45 minutes of hearing time at the LTB, in 15 hearings, two by telephone, eleven in person (counting the Case Management Hearing and mediation session of May 19, 2017 as hearings). It has also used up 9 hours and 51 minutes of a mediator’s time. On the criminal side, it has used up whatever time the pre-enquete hearing used when process was issued on Pollington’s private complaint (call it one hearing, 45 minutes) and one short appearance (5 minutes) for a total of 50 minutes of a judge’s time. There have been at least eleven complaints to police (at least 6 from our landlord and his crew) resulting in 10 responses, and charges being laid in one case. Municipal Law Enforcement had also expended approximately 5 man-days (including two man days expended sitting in an LTB waiting room, waiting to be called as witnesses).
There has also been in excess of twenty five days of entry to the unit to “repair” or “inspect”.
The bedroom ceiling is repaired, slowly.
My bedroom ceiling collapses. The harassment continues.
The harassment by Pollington and the Stampers continue, and our landlords pile on the vexatious litigation.
Pollington acts more and more like a lunatic. The Stampers join in on the bullying and harassment. Our landlord hires a new paralegal. Hamilton police ignore crimes recorded on video, and become more and more agressive and less able to accurately and completely record events.