The Da-Da report

 

by Ham-Jew-DNA-Kushite/Black

Updated October 8, 2017

Black Tenant Forces Court to Issue Decision- round 2

Los Angeles- Federal magistrate Judge Andrew J. Wistrich has issued a September 29 report recommendation that the federal case against Hi Point Apts LLC be dismissed and re-filed in State Superior Court. Wistrich’s ruling, called “biased” by the plaintiff, is subject to be signed by Judge Josephine L. Staton.  The report arises from a 335 page complaint in which the Court claims there were not enough facts after poring thru thirty seven exhibits over 148 pages. The Court did not indicate what facts it feels are missing. It appears two Judges are getting ready to rule that Blacks in this country are not entitled to fair housing or equal rights, a trend by Courts across the country. The court report concerning racism and denial fair housing at 1522 Hi Point Apts, and naming the city, county, and state as defendants, is nineteen pages long double spaced.  See (2) below. Stay tuned for more to come.

Black Tenant Scores Victory Against Retaliation:     round 1

Los Angeles- In a city courtroom, property management company LB Property management admitted that Hi Point Apts, LLC, its owner Walter Barratt, its management company Williams Real Estate Advisors, Inc., [“WREA”]. manager Cynthia Ogan, and maintenance Mozannar Construction participated in “failure to correct deficiency/failure to maintain housing intercom, acted in an unreasonable and bad faith manner, and engaged in false and deceptive business practices. The Judge—- Commissioner William McTaggart—- has been accused of prejudicial behavior after he failed to find LB Property Management liable for damages after the Judge was shown pictures of Black tenants protesting racism at 1522 Hi Point St 90035.

The pictures were shown at a hearing September 19, 2017 to the Judge by WREA Matt Williams, Cynthia Ogan, and Ali Mozannar in efforts by Whites  to get the Judge to issue a ruling favoring whites and retaliating against Blacks who claim racism. The Judge denied damages against LB Property Management even though LB Property Management failed to appear in court. One court visitor said, “If the court is so quick to rule in favor of those white landlords who don’t even participate in the legal process, why do we need Judges?” [Editor: see (1) below]

All citizens have a duty not to discriminate based on the protected classes, and not to retaliate against those who complain about unlawful discrimination. Donald Matt Williams, Cynthia Ogan, Ali Mozannar, by their conduct, think they are above the law and that they can deny Blacks housing services without suffering any punishment and that they do not have to provide fair housing. Barratt, Ogan, Williams, and Ali Mozannar —by their actions and omissions— do not believe that Black tenants are entitled to “full and equal housing services and privileges”. LB Property Management, Inc. previously managed 1522 Hi Point St apts and helped deny housing services, maintenance, and rent reductions/reimbursements, and due process to Black tenants.

Retaliation against those who complain about discrimination is illegal.

Black Tenant Scores Victory Against Retaliation:    round 1

In a separate action in another court, the property owner and his agents lost a bid for $25,000 against the Black tenant, commonly viewed as retaliation because Black tenants complained of denial of fair housing. The motion to declare vexatious litigant had been filed by the WREA, and supported by the property owner, County of Los Angeles, City of Los Angeles, and State of California. The Judge rejected the motion, a resounding victory for the tenant Ham-Jew-DNA-Kushite/Black. The plaintiff, however,  asked the court on its own motion to award $2 million dollars against the defendants for filing a frivolous motion to declare vexatious litigant.

In the lawsuit, all tenants at the property are named as witnesses.

In other action, the city defendant faced entry of default for not responding to the complaint on time, which could have resulted in judgment of over $500 million dollars against city government. City attorneys were not able to explain who attorneys for the city—-numbering over 23—-were not able to file a court document on time.  [Editor: See (2) below].

Resident Manager Cynthia Ogan’s duties are to maintain the “premises”. LAMC RAC regulations section 920.00. The city regulations also state that the resident manager is a “housing service” for tenants.

Stay tuned to this site for more information next week!

All Courts are Courts of Equity. Is it “equity” to favor the rich apartment owner over the low income tenant?

Courts of Equity

(1) Based on Los Angeles Superior Court case 17IWSC03877: failure to appear

(2)  Based on United States Central District Court Case filed May 11, 2016: 2:16-CV-03236-JLS-AJW

In the Public Interest

 

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