Actually, I'd be perfectly happy w/ killing the city employees who ignore this shit or are bribed by landlord scum to ignore it as well as offing the landlords.Sergio Vargas, lead organizer for L.A.’s Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment, has been working with Chesapeake residents. He said tenants began contacting local government agencies about this neglect long before the recent inspections.
Here's the fucking deal: You can't sue these people, your system's a slow-moving joke. If whatever landlords are doing (or not doing, really) isn't criminal, it should promptly be made criminal, the landlords should be locked up & their money should be returned to the tenants from which it was stolen.Eva Howard, a resident at Chesapeake for six years, has been living with mold, bed bugs and broken windows in her apartment. Her seven-year-old son got sick with lead poisoning and had to be rushed to the emergency ICU at Children’s Hospital. Once there, he slipped into a coma.
“He was sick, vomiting, unresponsive. I tried mouth to mouth (on) him. I did everything I was supposed to do on my end until the paramedics got there,” said Howard, a member of ACCE-Los Angeles.
She wants Pama and Mike Nijjar held accountable for the conditions that caused her son’s illness. “I shouldn’t have to bury my child over something that the property manager (did). I’m holding him responsible.”