How does a Black American qualify for intercom at 1522 Hi Point Apartments?
Dear LB Property Management, Inc. Julie Cross Robert Lopata, Gregg Bernstein, Brandon Stein, Brian Theobald,Ccam, Salle Yerumyan, Greg De Rubeis, et al, and agent for Hi Point Apts, LLC [and also asked of the State of California, City of Los Angeles, State Department of Fair Employment and Housing et al]
1. What are the qualifications for a tenant to be assigned an intercom ?
2. Which tenants by apartment number do not qualify for an intercom ?
3. Which tenants by apartment number had their rent reduced because their intercom was not repaired?
4. How much was the rent reduced for tenants who did not receive an intercom ?
5. Specify the fee for intercom at the 1522 Hi Point and detail by corresponding apartment number, i.e apartment unit and fee for intercom.
6. Are there any other qualifications for having an intercom at 1522, i.e race, color, sex, source of income, etc.?
7. What is Cliff Renfrew’s employment title?
8. What employee is responsible for the repair of intercoms?
9. List any tenant(s) whose apartments do not have an intercom.
10. How is “first come first” served applied to the assignment of intercoms?
11. What state government training/certification/license have you received to be hired as a resident manager?
12. Have you received sensitivity training on the civil rights laws that govern the rights of tenants?
[Are we a nation of laws or are we a nation of animals?]
The California Unruh Act:
“All persons within the jurisdiction of this state are free and equal, and no matter what their sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, or sexual orientation are entitled to the full and equal accommodations, advantages, facilities, privileges, or services in all business establishments of every kind whatsoever.” [emphasis added]
42 U.S. Code § 3604
“Discrimination in the sale or rental of housing and other prohibited practices it shall be unlawful— To discriminate against any person in the terms, conditions, or privileges of sale or rental of a dwelling, or in the provision of services or facilities in connection therewith, because of race, color, religion, sex, familial status, or national origin.” [emphasis added] “
Blacks do not have the right at 1522 Hi Point Apartments to promote the candidate of their choice by posting flyers on their door or window! “The Fifteenth Amendment (Amendment XV) to the United States Constitution prohibits the federal and state governments from denying a citizen the right to vote based on that citizen’s “race, color, or previous condition of servitude”. It was ratified on February 3, 1870, as the third and last of the Reconstruction Amendments.”
What was segregation like in America in 1930?
“The Jim Crow laws stated that white people and black people must live separately and that churches, theaters, hospitals and schools must be separated by race. The Klu Klux Klan was also active during this time and they terrorized black people as well as immigrants, Jews, Roman Catholics, communists and socialists. They were a white anglo-saxon protestant group that still exists today. They would tar and feather people as well as hang, rape, murder and lynch people from these minority groups.The southern states also took it upon themselves to make it difficult for African Americans to vote. They imposed a poll tax where a person had to pay in order to cast a vote. Most black people could not afford this tax and therefore could not vote. They also implemented literacy tests that had to be completed to vote. If a black person passed the test then they were beaten and harassed to keep them from voting.” https://www.reference.com/history/segregation-like-america-1930-f442296098ccc72e?qo=contentSimilarQuestions
Sounds like Los Angeles 1522 Hi Point Apartments?
The MAY 11, 2015 Lawsuit claims against said defendants include gross negligence, housing discrimination, breach of rental agreement, fraudulent omission, consumer fraud, retaliation, accounting and co-mingling of funds, violation health and safety code 17920, violation Unruh Act, violation Title II public accommodations, conspiracy, violation 42 USC section 1981, breach habitability, unjust enrichment, false and deceptive business practices, negligence, violation civil rights act of 1964, violation 42 USC section 3604, violation of quiet enjoyment, violation civil code section 1940.4, failure to act in a reasonable manner, failure to comply with Los Angeles rent control ordinance.
KKK Racists Among Us: LBProperty Management, Inc. ’s M Robert Lopata, Gregg Bernstein, Brandon Stein, Brian Theobald, Ccam, Salle Yerumyan, Greg De Rubeis,; Hi Point Apts, LLC, Walter Barratt, Cliff Renfrew, City of Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles, Williams Real Estate Advisors, Inc. Armida olguin-Flores, Barbara Brascia, Alan Chen, State of Califor- nia, Richard Brinson, Charles Garcia, State Department of Fair Employment and Housing, Ravi Rangi, Mimi Infantino, Karina Arabolza, Gloria Morales, Kevin Kish, Contractors State License Board, Cynthia Moore, Cindi A. Christenson, State Labor Commissioner, Daniel Garza, Christine Baker; Mayor Eric Garcetti. In a lawsuit naming the City of Los Angeles government as defendant, the city has admitted that the above named have a pattern and practice of housing discrimination against Black tenants.
[Asbestos and lead contamination has been reported at 1522 Hi Point Apartments to the owner and county environmental health department. It was reported to the city of Los Angeles in documents September thru October 2015 that the property owner had not engaged in safe work practices. For eight apartments the owner never filed the required THP application or primary renovation checklist with the city. There was inadequate cleanup of asbestos and lead and renovated apartments may have suffered the greatest exposure. Similar to the Oakland fire, code enforcement inspectors even granted final approval for new tenants to move in where no work had actually been done. The owner did not use standard industry precautions to block off other tenants’ apartments from lead and asbestos exposure. Reports to the city were ignored while the owner just kept packing the tenants in. Complaints to the Housing and Urban Development and California Department of Fair Employment and Housing to help protect tenant rights were ignored.]
The following is excerpted from court documents against Hi Point Apts, LLC et al:
“The quandary posed herein is can the Plaintiff ,who is perceived as a “Nigger” by the defendants, get fair housing in America? Is the Plaintiff as a Ham-Jew-DNA-Kushite/Black, race/color, over the age of 60, entitled to fair housing in America? Is an intercom a housing service? Is a intercom a housing service? Can the defendants state a legitimate business interest for treating the Plaintiff like a “Nigger”? Are the defendants entitled to deny Plaintiff a intercom due to race/color or because he has opposed unlawful discrimination? Are the defendants entitled to deny Plaintiff maintenance to his intercom or repair or replacement due to race/color or because he has opposed unlawful discrimination? Can the Plaintiff, as a Black man in America in the year 2016, get housing services at the 1522 Hi Point Apartments, 90035? Is arbitrary and circumstantial discrimination actionable in America? White tenants in the building have the privilege of an intercom but the Plaintiff, a Black, does not for over two years. Admittedly, as regards parking privileges, there are not enough tandem parking stalls for all 18 tenants. But why is Plaintiff, a Black, denied parking stall for over two years; while a discriminatory application process allows the privileged White tenants a intercom but that same application process privilege is denied to the Plaintiff, a Black American, over a two year period?” [First Amended Complaint, page 6]
“The State [of California] has denied [Black tenant] equal protection of the federal and state civil rights law that prohibit housing discrimination. Tenants who are white at the 1522 HI POINT St address continue to enjoy the advantage and privilege of a working intercom and tandem parking while the Plaintiff, a Black, is deprived of such housing terms and conditions.” [First Amended Complaint, page 8]
“The City of Los Angeles , and its departments, has used the city Rent Control Ordinance to deny Plaintiff equal protection of the law under the 14th Amendment and full and equal terms, conditions, advantages, privileges, and accommodations at 1522 Hi Point Apartments.” [First Amended Complaint, page 9]
“Under the CALIFORNIA CONSTITUTION ARTICLE 1 DECLARATION OF RIGHTS SECTION 1. “All people are by nature free and independent and have inalienable rights. Among these are enjoying and defending life and liberty, acquiring, possessing, and protecting property, and pursuing and obtaining safety, happiness, and privacy.” [Emphasis added]. Under CALIFORNIA CONSTITUTION ARTICLE 1 DECLARATION OF RIGHTS SEC. 31. (a) The State shall not discriminate against, or grant preferential treatment to, any individual or group on the basis of race, sex, color, ethnicity, or national origin in the operation of public employment, public education, or public contracting. (f) For the purposes of this section, “State” shall include, but not necessarily be limited to, the State itself, any city, county, city and county, public university system, including the University of California, community college district, school district, special district, or any other political subdivision or governmental instrumentality of or within the State. (g) The remedies available for violations of this section shall be the same, regardless of the injured party’s race, sex, color, ethnicity, or national origin, as are otherwise available for violations of then-existing California anti-discrimination law. Under CALIFORNIA CONSTITUTION ARTICLE 1 DECLARATION OF RIGHTS SEC. 26. The provisions of this Constitution are mandatory and prohibitory, unless by express words they are declared to be otherwise.” [First Amended Complaint, page 10 and 11]
“[BlackMan tenant ] has had numerous communications with public officials over the last years. None of them have been able to get the Plaintiff a working intercom and intercom . The public officials/emails and others acting under color of law include: but are not limited to : Marilyn G London, Fred Pippin, Lorrie Sakuchi, Cynthia Ogan, Mayor Eric Garcetti, Gilbert Cedillo, Paul Krekorian, Bob Blumenfield, David E. Ryu, Paul Koretz, Nury Martinez, Felipe Fuentes, Marqueece Harris-Dawson, Curren D. Price, Jr., Herb J. Wesson, Jr., Mike Bonin, Mitchell Englander, Mitch O’Farrell, Jose Huizar, Joe Buscaino, Javier Nunez Raymond D. Chan, Frank Bush Jeffery J. Daar, Tai Glenn, Jose Oliva, Carole Brogdon Leonora Gershman PittsPaula Leftwich Jane Paul, Armida Olguin-Flores, Investigator, Araceli Sophia Gonzalez, Supervisor; Javier Nunez, Raymond D. Chan, Frank Bush, Jeffery J. Daar, Tai Glenn, Carole Brogdon, Leonora Gershman , Pitts Paula Leftwich Jane, firstname.lastname@example.org (email@example.com), RSO Contact (firstname.lastname@example.org); Fair Housing Doj (email@example.com); firstname.lastname@example.org (email@example.com); Hi LLC (firstname.lastname@example.org); Cliff Renfrew (email@example.com); David Greene (firstname.lastname@example.org); Charles Garcia (email@example.com); Lincoln Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org); email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org); Rodney Arias (email@example.com); David Casian (firstname.lastname@example.org); Steve Ongele (email@example.com); firstname.lastname@example.org (email@example.com); Ifa Kashefi (firstname.lastname@example.org); email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org); Jeff Paxton (email@example.com); Debbie L. Harmon, (firstname.lastname@example.org); email@example.com ,(firstname.lastname@example.org); email@example.com ,(firstname.lastname@example.org) . “ [First Amended Complaint, page 16]
How many white people does it take to repair an intercom?
“City employee Charles Garcia admitted around 2016 that apt 9 tenants were the only tenants served with a THP; that numerous other tenants who vacated 1522 Hi Point St, including M.G.London, never received a THP application from owner Hi Point Apts, LLC.
According to the statement from Garcia, Hi Point [Apts, LLC] did not follow rent adjustment regulations and may have cheated vacating tenants out of thousands of dollars of permanent relocation monies. Plaintiff complained about this to the City and State officials but the complaints fell on discriminatory and corrupt deaf ears.” [First Amended Complaint, page 26]
“I would wonder would it be easier for the WILLIAMS [Real Estate Advisors, Inc.] to just lynch the BLACK MAN [Plaintiff] rather than file his [Williams’] frivolous motion. We are talking about a Hi-Tech Lynching aren’t we? If it is so easy to determine someone “vexatious” then perhaps no one should use the so called “equitable relief” court system and we should all take to the streets like Black Lives Matter and settle our grievances in the Streets.” [Court document 94, page 23-24]
“I don’t think anyone in their right mind would reasonably not want the privilege of housing services of intercom, maintenance, and parking.” [Court document 94, page 23-24]
“Certainly tenants who are white at the property, and the non-Blacks, have the use and benefit of intercom and parking stall, and certainly those tenants reasonably and justifiably place significant and substantial importance on such housing services since they signed the lease and pay over $1700 per month for such housing services. I can hear the voices of those now long dead Blacks in Alabama, ‘Oh, Mister Charlie, I just want me an Intercom boss, and some maintenance, and maybe a parking spot for my car, I am on my knees begging you boss.’ And the white plantation owner smiles down on the Darky and whips him for daring to ask a question. Well what year was that? 2015? The plantation owner continues, ‘And don’t even think of going to court, Boy, cause we gonna lynch you before you get there!’ [Court document 94, page 23-24]
“White tenants in the building have the privilege of an intercom but the Plaintiff, a Black, does not for over two years.”
[TERRORISM WATCH- It was around July 2015 that numerous government employees received word of the terrorism allegation made by an Air Force employee and tenant at 1522 Hi Point Street. Some tenants who received word of the terrorism allegations immediately moved from the 18 unit apartment building. Other tenants now living in the building were never told by the owner or management company of the terror allegations. As late as October 2016, in court filed papers, attorneys and defendants government officials again linked 1522 Hi Point to cases of terrorism but have never alerted unsuspecting White tenants. It was in a city Los Angeles public HCIDLA hearing of October 28 2015 [based on documents received by the city September 26, 2015] that the issue of terrorists at Hi Point was again brought to the city’s attention. This is part of what the city received from one tenant writing in preparation for the hearing, “The intercom has not been fixed in apt 9 since prior to May 2014. That is about 16 months. Tenant Willie Allen, an agent of the owner, recently claimed there were “terrorists” in the building.” But the hearing officer refused testimony about the terrorism and the property owner represented by Cliff Renfrew also refused to discuss terrorism. It is no wonder then that the city rent control and the property owner have not been up front with Whites about the threat of terrorism at 1522 Hi Point Apartments, but they have no problem raking in that rent money. The owner takes in about an average of $30,000 [thirty thousand dollars] per month from rents. One would wonder is that enough money to fix an intercom or provide tandem parking for a Black tenant. Is that enough money to make the building more secure for White tenants?]