My previous correspondence should have been apparent I require it.
Unless you are under the impression, you can financially exploit Iowa tenants without providing evidence supporting your client’s adherence to Iowa Code Section 562A.12(3.)(a.).
Let’s be honest with each other; it would seem you and your client want to avoid putting pen to paper on an affidavit supporting alleged facts you have stipulated that could be used against you in court.
As my track record is flawless regarding dismantling two previous affidavits produced by an Iowa Chief of Police and a citizen involved in child concealment, I am uncertain why my time is being wasted so irresponsibly.
Even though evidence indicates your client maintains substandard housing, it would be illogical to assume all previous Kading Properties, LLC tenants possess substandard intelligence. Therefore, evidence of your and your client’s intelligence is possibly represented by this reckless attempt to hold onto a few hundred dollars from a disabled veteran who defended the ground your client utilizes to produce annual revenue.
Whether you provide an affidavit is irrelevant; we both know that doesn’t satisfy your client’s responsibility to Iowa Code Section 562A.8, don’t we, David?
Do you and your client possess the courage and certainty to reinforce your testimony? Unfortunately, in this case, evidence indicates you and your client do not. Based on this fact supported by evidence, it would be unreasonable to expect me to put pen to money order in response to a claim not supported by evidence that you and your client lack the courage to provide an affidavit to support.
Michael J. Merritt, USN Retired/Writer
Information Warfare Specialist
Information Systems Manager
PO BOX 187
Newton, IA 50208