It’s not Your Property

It’s not your property, it’s the state’s. Any attempt to use your property outside of the permissions granted to you buy the lords state will be punished by imprisonment:

A Phoenix man has been sentenced to 60 days in jail after he refused to stop hosting Bible studies in the privacy of his home – in violation of the city’s building code laws.

However, the Phoenix city prosecutor’s office said the violations have nothing to do with religious freedom — and everything to do with public safety.

“It came down to zoning and proper permitting,” said Vicki Hill, the chief assistant city prosecutor. “Any time you are holding a gathering of people continuously as he does — we have concerns about people being able to exit the facility properly in case there is a fire — and that’s really all this comes down to.”

According to court documents provided to Fox News Radio, Michael Salman was found guilty in the City of Phoenix Court of 67 code violations. He was sentenced to 60 days in jail along with three years probation and a $12,180 fine. He could be jailed as early as next week unless the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals grants an emergency injunction.

That’s right, Mr. Salman will suffer 60 days in a cage, three years of probation, and a $12,180 fine because he was under the mistaken assumption that he owned his property. As this story demonstrates people aren’t allowed to own property in the United States (or anywhere else that I’m aware of), you can only gain permission from the state to use property for the reasons they allow.

2 thoughts on “It’s not Your Property”

    1. That’s why I don’t support prohibiting every felon from owning firearms. There are too many non-violent felons, such as this poor man, that are legally prohibited from owning a firearm with no justifiable reason whatsoever.

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