Showing posts with label stealing. Show all posts
Showing posts with label stealing. Show all posts

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Theft reported at Maybrook Lodge Solidarity Farm

It has come to our attention that on Monday or Tuesday there was a laptop computer of Kevins which went missing.  He has reported it to the police. 

The police inquired of numerous residents here at the Farm.  We were also asked by them if we knew anything and we did not know.  In fact, I have never seen his laptop, never knew he had one.

But what I do know in related-matters is that Kevin has constantly accused and insinuated at Ahgamen that he is a thief and will steal.  That is patently false, there is no basis for it.  I have not done any theft, burglary, etc. and have no convictions for any theft on my record.  If you want to look it up, get the legal authorities or an investigator or an attorney firm to find those facts.

We are sorry that Kevin may be missing his possession but we do not know anything regarding it.  We know NOTHING.  There were multiple new persons at the Farm on Sunday and possibly into Monday.  We did not meet any of them.  This was part of the community party as publically announced on the Facebook page.  Maybe there needs to be background checks on new guests, who are not vetted by anybody who resides here? As Ahgamen suggested to be put into place for protocol in May 2018.
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