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Thread: Syracuse corner store ignores city's shutdown order, reopens "illegally" - Insane !

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    Thumbs up Syracuse corner store ignores city's shutdown order, reopens "illegally" - Insane !

    When Nashwan Fakhri bought a rundown corner store this winter on South Geddes Street in Syracuse, he was determined to make it a place where neighbors felt welcome.

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    Fakhri said the city's code officer gave him a thumbs up to operate in December and he has since poured thousands of dollars into Sedra Market at 901 S. Geddes St. Fakhri, 26, said he has replaced flooring and part of the ceiling, painted, and installed video cameras and new freezers. He's also stocked the shelves and received the proper licenses to operate "honestly," he said.

    So when the city's code enforcement office, along with police and firefighters, arrived unexpectedly Monday for a surprise inspection, he didn't think he had anything to worry about. But city officials weren't impressed. They cited Sedra Market with multiple major violations -- most of which Fakhri denies -- and then shut down the store. Officials posted a pre-printed letter, dated June 11, on the door Monday explaining that Sedra Market was "unfit for human occupancy."

    Within hours, the store was back open.

    "Yep, I'm open," Fakhri said Tuesday.

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    City officials got word that Sedra Market was back open.

    "If they are open, they are doing so illegally and unlawfully," said Alexander Marion, a spokesman for Syracuse City Mayor Stephanie Miner. "They should not be open right now."

    The city's director of code enforcement plans to meet with lawyers Wednesday morning to discuss their legal options, including an "order to show cause," Marion said. The city may ask a judge to order the store to be shut down, he said.
    http://www.syracuse.com/crime/index....lly_video.html


    So disgusting for these un-American bureaucrats to go after mom & pop stores over essentially trumped up charges! Code enforcement has waaaay too much power, I'm proud of this guy for standing up to the bullies. If the Founders were still alive, I have no doubt some heads would roll...

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    That's probably International (admiralty, no-man's-land) Code Enforcement, private operation acting as if it had lawful authority. The idea is they go around aiming to get enough people and for long enough of a time to give them a 'prescriptive easement' or the like. Secular humanists notoriously aim to gain control through the non-elected, private, social-political easement systems (power without accountability). The entire EU seems to be a big, private, secular humanist...EU.

    Another method is to assign something like international code enforcement to a lawfully elected official and have that code enforcement role 'prescriptively blended' to the office so the private office looks like a public one (public by association). If the officer or the local or state government is getting international kickbacks or $, the more incentive for them to shine it up and make it look legitimate.

    Everything in a box is....
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    Quote Originally Posted by allodial View Post
    That's probably International (admiralty, no-man's-land) Code Enforcement, private operation acting as if it had lawful authority. The idea is they go around aiming to get enough people and for long enough of a time to give them a 'prescriptive easement' or the like. Secular humanists notoriously aim to gain control through the non-elected, private, social-political easement systems (power without accountability). The entire EU seems to be a big, private, secular humanist...EU.

    Another method is to assign something like international code enforcement to a lawfully elected official and have that code enforcement role 'prescriptively blended' to the office so the private office looks like a public one (public by association). If the officer or the local or state government is getting international kickbacks or $, the more incentive for them to shine it up and make it look legitimate.



    Everything in a box is....

    Well it certainly can't be Common Law jurisdiction, it's some bureacrats high on their power that like stepping on the backs of the real "We The People". Yes, "in a box" doesn't that just say it all ?

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    The paper is legal because its words are formed in the perimeters and the restrictions of that box a post box a speed zone we are condition its never common for any act to fly outside the box. all fiction is bound and written and printed inside a box even readers digest.

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