Man Gets Prison Sentence For Collecting Rainwater On His Own Property

It’s okay, after all we need governments right?


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4 Responses to Man Gets Prison Sentence For Collecting Rainwater On His Own Property

  1. jeffreycanthony says:

    Kinda funny how he even got his permits for his activities, and the government decided to pull those permits the same year, claiming an obscure law almost 100 years old.

    Now my wife notes she’s read a few articles that claim that the guy used a bulldozer to actively divert water from larger streams that various communities in that area rely on, doing damage to their needs, however I’ve not been able to find these articles. This also could easily be government claims to legitimize their actions, with little reality to them. Either way, all the articles i’ve read on it aren’t really bringing up enough to really know what’s actually happening along those lines.


  2. cavpatriot says:

    Damn collectivist bastards.


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