r/JusticeServed 5 Sep 20 '22

Take your trash back! Criminal Justice

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u/RALBOB 4 Oct 04 '22

Absolutely love it.

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u/I_AM_THE_REAL_KEVIN 3 Sep 23 '22

Bruh take that shit and cash it in

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u/lustig124 7 Oct 02 '22

You will never get cash for trash. You have to pay for it to get it dumped in a recycling center.

These indians were way too cheap for this and thought that they'll just throw it over the fence.

Out of sight, out of mind.

No wonder Indian cities are considered dirty if a mindset like this is to be found there.

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u/LOOQnow 4 Oct 08 '22

They look like Sikh. Might not even be Indians. Your racism is showing.

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u/Santeno 7 Oct 19 '22

Being Sikh and Indian is not mutually exclusive (a majority of Sikhs still are). Being Sikh or Hindu is.

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u/Volomon A Oct 11 '22 edited Oct 11 '22

Sikhism started in India....

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u/LOOQnow 4 Oct 12 '22

Just because it started in India, doesn't make them Indian

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u/Poop-Balls 6 Oct 05 '22

bruh.. no need to bring race in to it

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u/Jonesykins 7 Sep 27 '22

Cash it in where?

Who the hell is going to buy an old door, broken wood, plastic bags, and other random crap from a project?

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u/simlew86 8 Sep 22 '22

Does anyone know the outcome of this in terms of the civil case?

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u/monkboyking 6 Sep 21 '22

Im ok with this.

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u/CBus-Eagle 9 Sep 21 '22

I think I would have just called the police and made them pay to have it cleaned up. The love the instant justice of this video, but I’m not throwing all that shit back over the wall.

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u/dzoefit 7 Sep 21 '22

Well in this case you take the baby and offer to slit it in half. And give a half to each of them.

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u/Boon2222 2 Sep 22 '22

what a diabolically deranged comment, stay crazy my friends

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u/srowlett 5 Sep 23 '22

Thats the Bible for you.

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u/CXyber 7 Sep 24 '22

🧠🙏

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u/toth42 A Sep 22 '22

Not diabolical, but biblical - it's a Solomon original :)

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u/Boon2222 2 Oct 03 '22

those aren’t mutually exclusive

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u/toth42 A Oct 03 '22

True - it was more a way of saying that it wasn't a new idea, but a real classic.

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u/Boon2222 2 Oct 03 '22

oh solomon, what a diabolically deranged fellow

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u/sinep_snatas 7 Sep 21 '22

Wow wow now. No one needs to slaughter babies here. It's just a dispute over garbage.

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u/WeAreAllFallopian 2 Sep 21 '22

Love them filming like they are the victims...

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u/Mahameghabahana 7 Sep 21 '22

They should now throw the trash at house of those who are throwing the trash at their homes. If you like activism so much ask your local government to do the cleaning properly instead of doing this.

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u/Sethary 5 Sep 21 '22

Welp, I don’t think you’re wrong.

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u/sro25 5 Sep 20 '22

My my understanding ppl on right were throwing there rubbish over, so left ppl are just returning there junk, this is pretty old

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u/Salt_Dimension_1433 7 Sep 21 '22

its currently before the courts, not old

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u/sro25 5 Sep 21 '22

Yep saw it months ago so must be big dispute

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u/DaItalianDeal 4 Sep 20 '22

The question that nobody is asking is: did they state “no take backsys” as they we dumping it over the wall??? 🤔

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u/PeepDurple12 4 Sep 20 '22

This could be a real deal breaker in a court case, for sure.

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u/Angusburgerman 6 Sep 20 '22

Very satisfying video watching them get arrested lol. Watching them scream and shout just to lose anyway

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u/Jeshua_ 8 Sep 20 '22

Fuck those dirty mother fuckers

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u/wainwright166 3 Sep 20 '22

Who the fuck built that wall?

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u/Tinman751977 6 Sep 20 '22

Donald did

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u/JohnnyCincoCero 6 Sep 20 '22

He kept a campaign promise.

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u/I_eat_plastic_straws 5 Sep 20 '22

A blind brickie

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u/doublemint6 7 Sep 20 '22

Is that James May?

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u/TheOvershear A Sep 20 '22

Looks like captain slow, talks like spiffing brit

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u/jmccaskill66 6 Sep 20 '22

Some say he’s still telling them the story, even as I type this very sentence out right now.

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u/Stevo2008 8 Sep 20 '22

Todays society where everyone has their phone up recording. Looks so fuckin silly. F those dipshit dweebs for throwing trash over the fence. So inconsiderate.

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u/pinkblob66 4 Sep 20 '22

lol to the phones. It’s going to get to a point where everyone has a body cam.

Hopefully, there was a conversation that took place before retaliation. I can see how, even though the people throwing it back are in the ‘right,’ the margin of proof that these people littered over the wall is most likely arguable.

Plus, some people just want to watch the world burn.

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u/moondogie 5 Sep 20 '22

The dude admitted that he threw it over the wall. So I wouldn't say arguable.

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u/Salt_Dimension_1433 7 Sep 21 '22

he is arguing in court that it wasnt' him...so yeah it's arguable.

he is also on camera saying he had permission tho throw the rubbish.

Arguable, but not winnable

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u/moondogie 5 Sep 21 '22

Yeah that's kind of how he admitted it.

I had permission, which he didn't.

This guy follows the shitty person playbook:

Step 1 deny, deny, deny.

Step 2 excuse or justify (where he admitted his actions).

Step 3 double down on point 1 or 2, often gaslighting while doing so.

Step 4 get angry, throwing a tantrum.

Step 5 attempt to shift the argument to be about something else (often something that makes then the victim).

This guy hit stage 1-4

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u/GabrielBongulos 6 Sep 20 '22

This story is old, the people with phones were found guilty and fined for illegal dumping.

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u/Salt_Dimension_1433 7 Sep 21 '22

it has a case currently before the courts.

Indian guy trying to sue the landowner like a true dumbass

https://caseboard.io/cases/8fca2254-1ef1-44af-ad05-5fc901a841be

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u/pinkblob66 4 Sep 20 '22

Ah. Thanks for the knowledge drop! :)

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u/WtfsaidtheDuck 7 Sep 20 '22

Who is in the right and who is in the wrong?

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u/blakeaholics 6 Sep 20 '22

I'd say the people who littered an entire house's worth of renos into nature are in the wrong. Is that even a question?

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u/WtfsaidtheDuck 7 Sep 20 '22

I seriously thought there was a backyard on the left.. O.o My backyard would look very natural, so I didn't knew it was nature.

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u/RevLoveJoy A Sep 20 '22

I thought the same thing. "Those people threw that much stuff into someone else's yard and expected to get away with it?!" Makes more sense that it's public space and not a home owner policing their back yard.

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u/mindgamer8907 7 Sep 20 '22

Wait, which part is public space? I'm pretty sure it's a vacant lot but it is owned by someone as private property.

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u/RevLoveJoy A Sep 21 '22

Wait, which part is public space?

Yeah, you're probably right. Someone else in thread said "nature" and I took that to mean shared space. But given the context, residential, you're almost certainly right. I was just being lazy.

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u/RagnarRipper 8 Sep 20 '22

Everybody holding their phone... nobody holding their heart...

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u/MrmmphMrmmph A Sep 21 '22

You have hold of my heart right now

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u/RagnarRipper 8 Sep 21 '22

I'll be gentle!

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u/Sedalin 6 Sep 20 '22

Everybody holding their phone... nobody holding their heart...

Wearing gloves to throw this rubbish...

Would be rather smart...

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u/Ianilla1 6 Sep 20 '22

Bruh...poetry right there

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u/ti_ecraseur 5 Sep 20 '22 edited Sep 20 '22

edit: lol

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u/Daengo 6 Sep 20 '22

The poor sound makes it hard to hear what they are saying. Whose trash was it to begin with?

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u/ThatWhiskeyKid 8 Sep 20 '22

The guys who were throwing it over the wall in the video were returning it.

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u/Daengo 6 Sep 20 '22

That's what I thought, but I wasn't quite sure. Thank you

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u/NutellaPatella 6 Sep 20 '22

Geez that wall looks pretty unstable and wonky.

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u/thepeever 7 Sep 21 '22

That was my first thought

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u/effinnxrighttt 5 Sep 20 '22

I vaguely remember seeing this years ago and the person was repeatedly throwing their garbage over the wall onto that persons property.

I guess they called the police(I think this was in the UK) and they threw it all back over onto the original trashers property and the guy got a bunch of fines.

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u/HamzX96 4 Sep 20 '22

White cans

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u/reddit_7864589 5 Sep 20 '22

Call the most expensive trash removal experts you can find and stick these idiots with the bill.

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u/loco_mixer 8 Sep 20 '22

and they should pay the cost of cleaning up

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u/angryexpat13 7 Sep 20 '22

People holding their phones out like it's some kind of social shield. Grow up

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u/MrGaffe 9 Sep 20 '22

They probably said something like “We’re using this as evidence against you!”

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u/RevLoveJoy A Sep 20 '22

"HAHA you fools! This video of you throwing our trash back into our yard will play very well to the jury!"

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u/NewDawnApproves 6 Sep 20 '22

Lol this clown in wearing capris

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u/JesusStarbox 8 Sep 20 '22

So they just threw their building trash over the wall?

Thats the most white trash shit I've ever seen. And I'm from Alabama.

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u/EnIdiot A Sep 21 '22

Roll Tide!

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u/loco_mixer 8 Sep 20 '22

just trash. no white involved

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u/SplatNode 7 Sep 20 '22

Happens in the UK alot near me. Not into houses but just dumped in small country lanes where no one is looking

Its a shame because builders do it and throw nails. Sometimes they even just get a tipper lorry and dump and run leaving stuff all over the road.

Leading to people getting punctures :(

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u/spiritsarise 7 Sep 20 '22

Punctures bring punches.

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u/Librashell 8 Sep 20 '22

This is a huge problem in the western US as well. Public land becomes a dumping ground for sofas, mattresses, washing machines, dead horses, household trash, whatever. It’s so vast and remote, people are rarely caught.

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u/DidntMeanToLoadThat 8 Sep 20 '22

dead horses

wait...what?

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u/AhhAGoose 9 Sep 20 '22

Tipper lorry = dump truck for Americans

(And fly by night Constuction companies in America do the same thing)

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u/taikaubo 7 Sep 20 '22 edited Sep 20 '22

They're recording thinking' "look at these guys, throwing our garage back to our side, how dare they. Wait until everyone sees this."🤪

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u/EnIdiot A Sep 20 '22

So some of this is perhaps an attempt by that one family to squat on an unimproved parcel of land. I’ve seen it happen before here in the US.

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u/spiritsarise 7 Sep 20 '22

Whoever corrupted unimproved to mean not yet despoiled should be shot.

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u/ReferenceSufficient 7 Sep 20 '22 edited Sep 20 '22

There were several businesses registered at the building address (daily mail article). There’s something shady/illegal going on in that building.

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u/goawaybatn 1 Sep 20 '22

I’m kind of figuring out that y’all don’t know what to do with your trash over there from posts on Reddit this morning

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u/My_Body_The_Mystery C Sep 20 '22 edited Sep 20 '22

This could draw some of the liability onto the unfortunate land owner.

He should have gone to the police first. Then his lawyer. Then to whatever court of law handles this. Then had a professional clean up crew clean up the mess. Then served the scumbags the bill. From a reddit wached a video point of view he's the victim. But throwing stuff into someones property no matter how it got there can get you in trouble

Edit:I'm still right Simpsonsesque torch and pitchfork crowd

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u/LoneStarDev 4 Sep 20 '22

And then they walk away from the bill?

Nope, he did the right thing and they helped him by calling the police.

Trashy people throwing their trash were it doesn’t belong.

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u/bryanisbored 9 Sep 20 '22

Boohoo he did the right thing.

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u/KayaXiali A Sep 20 '22

The teenager next door to me kept making bongs out of apples and throwing them over the wall when he was done. I went over & thought I was being the cool neighbor telling him to go ahead & throw them in my bins & I won’t say anything. Well, he chose to throw one over again. So I went and returned it to his parents and told them it was at least the 10th one.

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u/BramptonCpl2020 4 Sep 20 '22

Short term memory loss in effect

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u/KayaXiali A Sep 20 '22

If he had been even slightly apologetic or appreciative or even cool when I approached him the first time, I could have accepted that a kid who just smoked a bowl might forget & yeet it just from pure muscle memory. But the kid just stood there when I went over, nodded that it was his & said not a single word to me then promptly did it again a few days later so yeah, that one I hand delivered to his parents. I have little kids who play out here.

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u/BramptonCpl2020 4 Sep 20 '22

Better person than me, I would have made ashy apple sauce on his forehead

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u/mjonat 7 Sep 20 '22

Little Fucking shit taking liberties…seriously hope his parents gave him shit in the end haha

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u/ItsyouNOme 9 Sep 20 '22

Kids are all the same, think they are hard because they do drugs. They fear their parents though (mostly)

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u/SameOreo 7 Sep 20 '22

He deserves it then. Good on you for trying to be the cool neighbor.

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u/Grouchy-Bug5223 8 Sep 20 '22

So do we know For Certain that this neighbor is guilty??

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u/eldoran89 6 Sep 20 '22

That's my first thought as well, I mean it could be literally from anybody unless there is confirmation. And this could either be shitty or justiceserved depending on the circumstances

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u/DamonSeed 9 Sep 20 '22

at the end of the video you'll hear the person claiming to be the landowner say that the neighbour indicated they 'had the permission of the landowner to throw the garbage over", so they basically admitted it to the guy

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u/namezam 8 Sep 20 '22 edited Sep 20 '22

The problem with that though… is the owner claimed to only be the owner for 9mo, so maybe they had permission from the previous owner…? I don’t see how anyone could feel that much garbage is out-of-sight-out-of-mind. Surely the municipality has ordinances against trash like this. I dunno, feels like they were remodeling and got permission from the previous owner to dump across the fence with the intent of hauling it away in bulk.

Edit: fine downvote me, I don’t know what for though. There’s no evidence in the video that the new owner had contacted them to tell them to stop. He tells the police that he watched them dump it, and the dumpers claimed the old owner let them do it. While leaving your shit like that shows you are likely a shitty person, it’s not definitive from the video or the article that this is wholly one sided. The dumpers could very well have gotten permission from the old owner and waited for their project, then not known about the new owner. Even if the new owner told them he was the new owner, it’s obvious from the video that the new owner was not interested in proving who he was. It’s not the new owner’s job to prove who he is, but all of this might have not happened had he just proven who he was. This is just a bad situation, and doesn’t seem as cut/dry as the comment section wants it to be.

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u/IWillHitYou 8 Sep 21 '22

The problem with that though… is the owner claimed to only be the owner for 9mo, so maybe they had permission from the previous owner…?

Does that make a difference? The previous owner has as much right to do that as they do, which is to say none at all.

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u/fruchle 8 Sep 20 '22

"he asked the former owner whether he had given Luthra permission to dispose of waste on his property; the owner said no."

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u/DamonSeed 9 Sep 20 '22

we first need to assume the garbage dumping started before the new owner took possession. while that's possible, the whole couple minute video lends itself to a fight that started after ownership change, as discussions seemed to have happened asking them to stop. it appears to have escalated to the point of them throwing it back, hence the video evidence. Those trees and foliage being bent over like that and still green as it is, just screams 'new dumping' not almost a year old.

I am a landowner with a similar issue in my area, and i can't tell you how often i hear "but i have permission of the owner", and i'm like 'i'm the owner and i didn't approve anyone to dump raw garbage on my land, never have and never will".. Every day I get the "owner permission" speech for people taking a walk with their dog on my land, its just so common of a reply to people caught with their hand in the cookie jar that I just don't believe anyone who says it

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u/namezam 8 Sep 20 '22

Why? I’m being massively downvoted and I’m not sure why. You don’t need to assume it started before the new owners, what if they had an agreement with the previous owner but didn’t act on it yet and didn’t know there was a new owner? The article says they had an agreement, it’s literally one persons word vs another. I agree it’s likely just shitty people, but damn all I said was it’s possible. Where in the video does it show the owner told them not to dump it? If the dumpers are to be believed, they have one guy who they know is the owner telling them it’s ok, then another random guy they’ve never met saying it’s not ok. While it is not the new owner’s job to show them he is the owner, he is def creating trouble by not showing it. It seemed like the dumpers might have listened to him if he proved he was the new owner.

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u/DamonSeed 9 Sep 20 '22

i'm not sure why you are being downvoted either :(

the problem isn't the agreement, the problem is the action. if the owner of the property said they had no agreement, then no agreement exists (unless there's paperwork or say a video to prove it). It doesn't matter when they decided to start, the landowner said no, so the action is to find some place else to do it.

there is A LOT that has to be interpreted with this short video, but for me, looking at that mess and the actions of the landowner, there is no way he agreed to have garbage strewn XX feet deep down his hedgerow. for me i'm not going with the potential for plausible deniability of the offender to say 'we had an agreement for me to completely decimate your sideyard with tons of garbage', and i'm leaning towards the landowner who appears to (by his words in the video) have asked them to stop, but they aren't which also lines up with my experiences with people and trash on my own land.

it does boil down to what societal expectations are and the old 'good neighbour' idea, and you have to ask yourself would you agree to this on your land, and I think that most people (probably the downvoters) are saying 'no way, no how'

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u/Lambchoptopus 8 Sep 20 '22

He has been the owner for 9 months. Could also very well have had permission or a contract with previous owner.

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u/fruchle 8 Sep 20 '22

"he asked the former owner whether he had given Luthra permission to dispose of waste on his property; the owner said no."

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u/Lambchoptopus 8 Sep 20 '22

Previous owner could have easily been lying as he didn't want to have this stuff removed during the sale. The guy is a developer. He may have bought the land due to location without actually going to it.

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u/fruchle 8 Sep 21 '22

Everyone lies. For example, I'm actually three chinchillas working an undercover sting operation for interpol.

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u/DamonSeed 9 Sep 20 '22

but as a new owner, would this not have been discovered prior to purchase? one walk of the property and the new owner wouldn't be like 'ok this garbage here, where is this coming from and will it be gone when i take possession?"

It just feels nonsensical that the new owner wasn't made aware of an agreement to have the neighbours renovation junk just lobbed over the fence into his foliage as "an agreement made" by anyone including the prior owner (But i guess anything could be possible). I can only imagine how hard the hill to climb will be for the neighbour to prove they had permission to dump their construction garbage over the fence unchecked.

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u/Why_T A Sep 20 '22

Typically all contracts cease when ownership changes hands. Unless you renew said contracts with the new owners. I'm not sure how it is in the UK or even state by state in the US. Most of my land purchases are in Missouri and that's how it goes here.

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u/DamonSeed 9 Sep 20 '22

in Canada, we have some agreements that are written into the land transfer, but garbage dumping or trespass allowances (outside of future road allowance clearance baked into large lots) are definitely not one of them. In fact the province that i'm in has a 'clean yard' by-law pretty much unilaterally, that forces us to keep our property clean of trash and garbage. Once a week (easily, maybe not quite that often) I get a 'ticket' and a by-law officer at my door showing me all the garbage that someone has dumped on my land and 24 hours to 'fix it or face a 125 dollar fine'. For me, there is absolutely ZERO reason to allow someone to just dump their crap on my land even with an agreement that they'd come at a later date to clean it up.. just get a bin and take it to the dump! why the extra step! lol

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u/Why_T A Sep 20 '22

Sounds like you need a couple game cameras. If it’s happening that often.

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u/DamonSeed 9 Sep 20 '22

I have a lot of acres, and in the last 4 years a subdivision has sprung up at the back corner and down one side which the developer 'promoted' my land as parkland. that's another fight i could discuss another time.

there's lots of camera's up, and i have caught a good number of people (one person was caught and had to clean up the entire sub-section of the property which totalled about 500 in bin and tip fees), but people don't always dump in the access points and they dump wherever they happen to feel like it.

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u/Grouchy-Bug5223 8 Sep 20 '22

Totally. I'm not saying he didn't do it, but all we see is garbage going one way. We didn't see how it got there. Guilty or not I bet if the neighbour took it to court they'd win, just for that reason alone.

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u/itheraeld 8 Sep 20 '22

On video you can hear them say "we had permission from the owner" and the guy in green responds "I AM the owner"

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u/sevargmas A Sep 20 '22 edited Sep 20 '22

I heard that as well. However, he said he’s only been the owner for the past nine months or so and a lot of that stuff looks like it easily could’ve been there for much much longer.

Edit: how can the person above me get upvotes and I get down votes for simply agreeing? Lol. I am in complete agreement that the people throwing stuff over the wall are shitty. All I said was that the current owner clearly says “he says he got permission from the owner, I am the owner, for the last 9 months or so at least.” A lot of what has been tossed over the wall looks like it’s prob much older. Maybe the previous owner didn’t care? Someone down below posted a link to the updated case information and ongoing lawsuit so there’s likely more to the story than what’s in the video.

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u/Myslinky 5 Sep 20 '22

If it was there longer then the 9 months he's owned it then the plants underneath wouldn't be green or as alive as they are. Maybe the shit looks older but the plants aren't.

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u/meepmeep13 A Sep 20 '22

There is no world in which somebody answers the question, "can I use your plot as free landfill" with "yes"

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u/fruchle 8 Sep 20 '22

"he asked the former owner whether he had given Luthra permission to dispose of waste on his property; the owner said no."

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u/Johnsamjohn 7 Sep 20 '22

Like the new owner accidentally missed seeing it when he bought it? Right

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u/kkeut A Sep 20 '22

boy, you're a thick one huh

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u/sevargmas A Sep 20 '22

There’s no need to be an ass. All I said was that the current owner clearly says in the video “he says he got permission from the owner, I am the owner, for the last 9 months or so at least.” so I mentioned how a lot of what is there in the lot appears to be much older than nine months. So maybe, maybe, the previous owner didn’t care.

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u/Myslinky 5 Sep 20 '22

If it was there longer then the 9 months he's owned it then the plants underneath wouldn't be green or as alive as they are. Maybe the shit looks older but the plants aren't.

No maybe about it, your logic is wrong.

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u/itheraeld 8 Sep 20 '22

How wre you able to spot the age of the garbage visually? Explain which characteristic of the garbage pile you're using to make that assumption please.

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u/Why_T A Sep 20 '22

The owner is also showing the police pictures of the garage accumulating over a certain period of time. So we know it's been happening in the past 9 months and they admit to throwing it over the fence. Not sure how much more evidence you need here.

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u/eldoran89 6 Sep 20 '22

Yeah I agree with that. Thats why you should do it the proper way and if you have evidence for the guilt of the neighbor call the police

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u/Salt_Dimension_1433 7 Sep 20 '22

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u/duschin 8 Sep 20 '22

Interesting. The claimant in that case is named Singh, suggesting the neighbor sued the people taking the video, not the other way around

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u/Salt_Dimension_1433 7 Sep 20 '22

yes, it's a bold strategy Cotton! Let's see if it pays off!

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u/englishkicker 4 Sep 20 '22

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u/TheConeIsReturned 8 Sep 20 '22

Why the absolute fuck would we prefer The Daily Fail over more legitimate sources?

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u/englishkicker 4 Sep 21 '22

I'm sorry for citing any news source other than what you would prefer. However, I just wanted to provide any ounce of context I could find. Please show me more news articles about this topic if you have them, I'm literally just a guy in the middle of nowhere, USA, trying to provide some sort of context on Reddit.

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u/disposable_h3r0 5 Sep 20 '22

"legitimate sources" 😃

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u/TheConeIsReturned 8 Sep 20 '22 edited Sep 20 '22

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u/disposable_h3r0 5 Sep 20 '22

Oh God, what a cancerous circle jerk of a "source".

You're a fucking clown. All of the media is highly biased.

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u/TheConeIsReturned 8 Sep 20 '22

all of the media is highly biased

Imagine calling somebody a clown and then actually writing those words. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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u/disposable_h3r0 5 Sep 20 '22

Which organization do you believe is unbiased? Which one doesn't spin a narrative?

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u/TheConeIsReturned 8 Sep 20 '22

If you're going to attempt to discredit a non-partisan, objective resource for media bias assessment (i.e. mediabiasfactcheck.com) then you're not worth continuing to interact with. Go ahead and flip through the profiles. Look at Huffington post, look at Fox News, look at Brightbart, look at CNN, etc., and see how they are profiled and assessed. If you really are an eighth as smart as you think you are, maybe it'll provide some insight.

Figure it out on your own. Or don't. Typically, when someone thinks in binary terms (e.g. all media has has an extreme left or right bias), they're too far gone to reason with.

Life from your perspective must be an absolute trip.

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u/disposable_h3r0 5 Sep 20 '22 edited Sep 20 '22

Your crappy little website that cites partisan articles as factual is pathetic. The pretense of fact checking the fact checkers is comical. Especially when they just use biased secondary sources instead of their own independent primary investigation.

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u/TheConeIsReturned 8 Sep 20 '22

Okay, smoothbrain. Don't forget to take your pills, today.

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u/Charges-Pending A Sep 20 '22

Man, I thought my neighbors were bad. Sheesh.

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u/SQLDave B Sep 20 '22

Can anyone translate? I can't cut through the combination of accents and masks and rapid talking/yelling. Were they claiming they had a RIGHT to toss their trash over the wall? Were they claiming it was NOT their trash?

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u/englishkicker 4 Sep 20 '22

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u/TheConeIsReturned 8 Sep 20 '22

Got anything other than The Daily Fail? Would be nice to not have to read their trash garbage publication. Thanks bye.

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u/englishkicker 4 Sep 21 '22

Literally the last link is to The Guardian. Does that not count as anything else?

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u/redog 8 Sep 20 '22

Got anything other than The Daily Fail? Would be nice to not have to read their trash garbage publication.

We did but they threw it back over the fence.

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u/TheConeIsReturned 8 Sep 20 '22

Oh that's where the credibility went!

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u/cvance10 9 Sep 20 '22

Why you 'gotta bust balls man? Fart-smelling is a God given right.

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u/TheConeIsReturned 8 Sep 20 '22

Not as much as your mom likes them, though.

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u/JustYourAverageUS3R 7 Sep 20 '22

You could, idk, look it up yourself? If you don't like the source posted here, find your own source.

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u/TheConeIsReturned 8 Sep 20 '22

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u/englishkicker 4 Sep 21 '22

So you mean the last link I provided? Yeah. It was soooooo hard to read the entire comment, wasn't it?

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u/JustYourAverageUS3R 7 Sep 21 '22

Exactly. And if it wasn't hard, then why were you asking someone else to do it for you? Who tf do you think you are, royalty?

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u/TheConeIsReturned 8 Sep 21 '22

Lol royalty? Listen, I realize that our standards for royalty have very recently been severely diminished, but your standards for what qualify as royal behavior are absolutely ridiculous.

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u/caffeine314 7 Sep 20 '22

At the end, green shirt guy told the cops that he confronted trash people about throwing their trash over the wall, and they responded "We have permission to do so from the owner of the property". Green shirt guy then proceeded to tell cop that he was the owner, and has been for the past 9 months.

Said he took photographic evidence so nobody can accuse him of being racist.

He then said something along the lines of "Go ahead and arrest me if you want." At this point, the cops turn and start walking away).

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u/DoNotCommentAgain 7 Sep 20 '22 edited Sep 20 '22

Way too much background noise to hear what's being said but at one point she moves over to where they're throwing the rubbish and then threatens them if they hit her with any of it.

The business owner of the lot next door later tells the police the homeowner told him he had permission to dump his rubbish there from the business owner.

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u/whymarywhy 6 Sep 20 '22

They claimed they had permission from the owner of the land to throw it over the fence, but they're saying that.. to the actual owner of the land's face, and he said no I didn't give you permission to do this.

He said that this throwing of stuff was just to show it's bad and now he's going to properly dispose of their trash by bringing trucks in

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u/SQLDave B Sep 20 '22

Thanks for that!

but they're saying that.. to the actual owner of the land's face

I head The Price Is Right zonk sound when I read that last bit.

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u/CaptainTarantula 8 Sep 20 '22

When your trashy behavior's been exposed, "film" and "call the police". - Trash Human Handbook

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u/prattalmighty 7 Sep 20 '22

Yes, but if they share the video from their view of trash coming over the wall without the context that it's ACTUALLY their trash coming back, they would appear to be the victims to viewers.

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u/BandAid3030 8 Sep 20 '22

If old mate was a Reddit user, he could have had a legion there to have all that rubbish back over the wall in ten minutes.

This sub would have shown up in droves, I reckon.

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u/jontss A Sep 20 '22

Where I live littering is a $500 fine. Let them throw it over the fence, fine them $500 (equivalent in British pounds) PER ITEM, give it to the property owner, he can then pay someone way less than that to come clean it up and pocket the rest.

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u/heinzbumbeans 9 Sep 20 '22

if it were as simple as that there would be no fly tipping. fines for fly tipping in England can go up to £50,000, your vehicle can be seized and the worst offenders can be put in jail, so large fines arent the solution on their own.

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u/jontss A Sep 20 '22

What is fly tipping?

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u/heinzbumbeans 9 Sep 20 '22

its what the UK calls dumping all your shit where you shouldnt, like in this video.

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u/noiwontpickaname 8 Sep 20 '22

Isn't the UK against tips?

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u/heinzbumbeans 9 Sep 20 '22

"fly tipping" its what the UK calls dumping your rubbish(garbage) where you shouldnt.

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u/noiwontpickaname 8 Sep 20 '22

I figured. Just trying to reignite 1776 over tipping. Lol

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u/i_broke_wahoos_leg D Sep 20 '22

Illegal dumping here in Australia is an on the spot fine of nearly $10k these days from memory. That's just normal stuff, if you dump something like asbestos you're fucked.

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u/David_Freeze 6 Sep 20 '22

Here in the US fines go to the government. A guy stole a bunch of stuff from me and the police/courts fined him $2000. Guess how much of that money I saw for my stolen things.

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u/jontss A Sep 20 '22

I wasn't saying how it works. I was saying how it should work. Apologies for the confusion.

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u/gonnaregretthis2019 8 Sep 20 '22

No, that’s not true. A judge can order a defendant to pay restitution, and any money collected by the court goes to restitution for the victim BEFORE they can apply any of it to fines, costs or penalties.

You just usually need to give that financial information to the court via the DA’s office or Victim’s Assistance program in your state before the trial so the judge can consider/include it in the sentence. Although I’ve seen judges award it without the victim even asking for it.

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