By Anonymous - 13/02/2015 20:24
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Actually, suing is an option if you want to get a restraining order. Also, you want to punish him so he'll stop. If it doesn't cost him anything, he'll keep doing it. If you sue him often enough for the same thing, you can then charge him with stalking and criminal mischief. For those thinking this is going too far, remember, this guy just tried to have OP arrested for drug use. That can involve long jail time if convicted, or a huge legal bill if not. So screw the shit.
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Although it's a hassle, I'd consider moving. If he continues to bother you and follow you, that may be sufficient enough to file a restraining order. Sounds like a potential stalker... : sorry OP.
The best bet is a restraining order. Take photos showing the only way he could have seen the injection is by stalking and he will be forced to stop. If the restraining order is approved, it would force the neighbor to move by law as he can't be within (usually) a minimum of 100 feet of you.
You should set up a trap around your windows for the next time he "catches you taking drugs" i used vaseline and broken pottery around my windows.
"Jumped the fence" then drowned because you "didn't have a fence" ??? If someone else's child is so horribly parented that they think it's okay to jump your fence do you really think they'll get to the probably much smaller/same sized pool fence and be like "well, shit. I can't get over this one!" ? That doesn't even make sense. It isn't your job to make sure your property is safe for other people - especially if they come to your property against your will. That's like if someone steals your car and gets into an accident that they demand you pay their medical bills.
Actually there are cases, in America at least, where people have gotten hurt on other people's property and were able to sue them. Even when they were burglars/intruders. One of our governors said that if you catch an intruder in your home don't let them leave until cops arrive or kill them, because if they get out and were hurt they are allowed to sue.
Um i know it varies state to state, and probably depend on the details, like if the intended victim is a child, elderly, or even a healthy woman with an assault rifle under her bed, then if its a man being robbed. I know in florida a woman was lauded when her pitbull mauled a guy breaking into her house.
I think people are saying kill them to avoid the risk of being sued. There's been cases of people getting charged for being threatening when holding a burglar at gunpoint in their own home. Dead men tell no tales, so if you killed them and said it was self defense... I think it depends on the individual if they'd think that way or not.
Go out and purchase some baking soda and small plastic bags. Then leave out 4 or 5 bags of the stuff on your living room table, next to a small smudged mirror and rolled up bill. Maybe even a spoon and lighter too. If he thinks you're into drugs, at least be impressive