Owl: City of Roswell Tortures, Hounds, and Finally Executes Citizen with Chickens

07 Other Atrocities, Corruption, Government
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There are seemingly too many articles to count about federal or state abuses of  power, but this does not mean there is any lack of vicious, sadistic, utterly cruel, and maniacally vindictive abuse by local government, as is evident is this well-researched, detailed article about a harmless and decent man who legally raised chickens on his 1 acre property. The illegal actions done to this man, and how it was done, by a local government, including the highly active participation of its police, should become well-known national news and the perpetrators  (“authorities”) of it prosecuted and tossed/kept in jail for a long time. This article shows severe government oppression can occur not only on a federal or national level in the US, but also within the confines of a small town, and be no less pathological and crime-ridden than any national government entity:

“Wordes had long raised his small poultry friends in the backyard of his one-acre property at 335 Alpine Drive in Roswell, Georgia, sharing eggs, chicks, and friendly words of wisdom and encouragement with his neighbors and with local schoolchildren all along the way. Wordes was very active in his local community, having organized a North Georgia Pet Chicken “Meetup” group, and founded a chicken breeding club. His friends and neighbors described him as a generous, kind, and loving man who was always willing to lend a hand, and who would have given you the shirt off his back if you needed it. But Wordes met his unjust fate on March 26, 2012, after roughly four years of enduring illicit and seemingly-endless abuse, bullying, threats, and unsubstantiated legal action taken against him by Roswell city officials with an apparent axe to grind. And after losing his birds, his freedom, his entire life savings, his property, and his livelihood as a result of the City of Roswell’s sadistic war against him, Wordes ended up losing his life as a result of an explosion that occurred during the final eviction raid carried out by Fulton County marshals.”

City of Roswell, GA, bullies Andrew Wordes to death over his backyard chickens