Wonderful People of Miles City
Posted by Rob Shipley (+458) 8 months ago
I am small potatoes, but, my genius parents became self-made millionaires here in this town they loved by treating all people decently.
My friends all know I have very serious mental health issues from the car wreck in 1967, the kidnapping in 1985, and, both extreme nervous breakdowns FORCED upon me by the corrupt City in 2014.
I am a man. I am a very resolute Christian. When I am proven to owe any Miles City person an apology, I will do same for the utmost glory of Father GOD. I am not ashamed of anything. I have been nine {9] years since 2011 when mayor Whalen lied to the BNSF to destroy my pawnshop and Bible bookstore...…..trying to sue BNSF for myself and Craig and Deann Miller and Neale and Dotie Paxson and......equally so.....Mrs. Bill Winkley….as BNSF illegally stole way more than $65,000 from them in illegal railroad leases along Valley Drive East.
What is my gratitude for trying HARD to gain $200,000 for Mrs. Winkley's twilight years? Her corrupt Code Enforcement Officer son....lies with impunity to Captain Casey Prell, City Judge KENNETH STEIN, Chief of Police Doug Columbik, the most honorable District Court Judge MICHAEL B. HAYWORTH...…….and all city employees to get them to commit federal felony theft under color of law of at least $75,000 of my private property.

Rob Shipley
sui juris for Christ
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Posted by David Schott (+16313) 8 months ago
Montana Code Annotated 2019
Part 1. Bribery and Corrupt Influence

Bribery In Official And Political Matters

45-7-101. Bribery in official and political matters. (1) A person commits the offense of bribery if the person purposely or knowingly offers, confers, or agrees to confer upon another or solicits, accepts, or agrees to accept from another:

(a) any pecuniary benefit as a consideration for the recipient's decision, opinion, recommendation, vote, or other exercise of discretion as a public servant, party official, or voter;

(b) any benefit as consideration for the recipient's decision, vote, recommendation, or other exercise of official discretion in a judicial or administrative proceeding; or

(c) any benefit as consideration for a violation of a known duty as a public servant or party official.

(2) It is no defense to prosecution under this section that a person whom the offender sought to influence was not qualified to act in the desired way whether because the person had not yet assumed office or lacked jurisdiction or for any other reason.

(3) A person convicted of the offense of bribery shall be imprisoned in the state prison for any term not to exceed 10 years or be fined an amount not to exceed $50,000, or both, and shall forever be disqualified from holding any public office in this state.

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