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Re: Richard you ignorant ass..........WOW thats good!

Posted by richard on March 27, 2000 at 19:18:21:

In Reply to: Re: month to month eviction, possible violation of privacy ///Richard you ignorant ass posted by kenny on March 27, 2000 at 12:13:10:

NO... Maybe YOU think its perfectly OK to yell and threaten a woman a 3am and go back to sleep...but most people think it's wrong and take domestic violence seriously and would do the right thing and call the POLICE at 3 am ,

Landlords have a right in an EMERGENCY, to enter anyones apartment......But this was done at 3 am with the POLICE .....People DO NOT yell and fight with their partners at 3 am THATS NOT NORMAL!

After all she DIDN'T go right down at 3am and apoligize to the Landlord and tell him everything is allright. So when it was so quiet upstairs....well maybe he did an OJ on her ...

I applaud the landlord for CARING about her well being, and just think about the rammifications if he turned over and went back to sleep. and later on the police came over to investigate because she didnt show up at work, they found her dead, and the Boyfriend DISSAPEARED.......

Can you say America's Most Wanted?


: : I assume that most of the people that place ads on this page are sincere and really want good advice.....not stupid jokes about their relationship or lifestyle.... To answer your "real" question....definitely an invasion of privacy..police cannot enter your property if they "think" some harm is being done if they were called by a third party.....your landlord...If you had called they may enter your residence if they come to the door and you do not respond...only with probable cause....which would be the 911 emergency call requesting police assistance...( see also landlord entry to residence?)

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