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Thursday, October 04, 2007

Violating (yet another) Florida Law?

2007 Florida Statutes
Title XLVI
CRIMES
Chapter 823: PUBLIC NUISANCES

823.01 Nuisances; penalty.--All nuisances that tend to annoy the community, injure the health of the citizens in general, or corrupt the public morals are misdemeanors of the second degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.083, except that a violation of s. 823.10 is a felony of the third degree.

OK, even for Marco Island, this law is not that hard to parse, is it? Uhm ... let's see -
  • hundreds of people being annoyed by the noxious odor from the hydrogen sulfide,
  • hundreds of people claiming to have had their health injured in general by the hydrogen sulfide.
Anyone want to bet that the City of Marco Island's police department is not up to the challenge? How about the Florida Department of Law Enforcement?

Don't hold your breath. Or maybe you should.

1 Comments:

  • how about one from the U.N.?

    Security Council resolution
    1373 (2001).

    Section 95, Paragraph 1, Sub-Paragraph (e)

    "... exposes people to the risk of death or serious bodily harm or exposes another persons property to the risk of extensive damage by causing a fire or flood or the harmful effects of explosives, gas, electric power or other similarly dangerous substances or forces, or commits other similarly dangerous acts, or increases or aggravates such public
    endangerment or impedes the steps taken to avert or alleviate it,
    shall be punished by imprisonment for a term of five to fifteen years in addition, according to the
    court discretion, also by the forfeiture of property.

    (2) The same sanctions shall be imposed on a person who
    a) threatens to commit the acts described in paragraph 1 above, or
    b) provides financial support, supplies material resources or provides other support for such acts.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Thursday, October 04, 2007 7:41:00 PM  

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