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GrimWillow wrote (edited )

Prosecutors called Susan Evans to the stand. She works in the state Attorney General's consumer protection division. She testified Meyer called the office just five days before the eviction and had a conversation with her about his complaints against his landlord. However, she was unable to do anything about it.

"Once a court has got involved, we don't take an action," she said.

While Meyer wasn't unpleasant with her, Evans said the conversation stood out for some of the things he said, including his extreme distrust of authority figures in Perry County, with claims of corruption and incest.

At the end of the conversation, Meyer told her he was willing "to go down in a hail of gunfire." Evans said it was unusual, but it wasn't the most outrageous conversation she ever had.

From another article.

So this guy didn't trust the cops or the goverment, and even warned them about what would happen if they came to enforce the "rightful" ownership of the "property". Landlords only have that land because this system raped and pillaged the people who had been living there for 16,000+ years. Landlords don't have the moral justification to send armed capitalist goons to anywhere for any eviction. The people who need evicting are the corrupt land "owners". They are the ones guilty of making this confrontation happen.