Wednesday, September 16, 2020

KANSAS CITY SLUM SMACKED DOWN!!!

Check legal backup for longstanding complaints against a local dump that has endured constant complaints and sparked a wave of protest about low-income housing rights . . . Read more:

Judge Awards $52 Million To Tenants Over 'Reprehensible' Conditions At Kansas City Apartment Complex

A Jackson County judge has assessed $52 million in damages against a notorious Kansas City landlord and one of its investors in what appears to be the largest judgment ever obtained on behalf of Missouri tenants. Judge Joel Fahnestock awarded the damages after KM-T.E.H.

30 comments:

Anonymous said...

This will be appealed and the damages dropped considerably. I doubt many tenants will ever see any of the money. This will get tied up in courts for years to come.

Bandit said...

Take a good look at it folks! That's what all of Kansas Shitty will look like when Q Ball is done with it but you will still be able to ride the toy choo choo!

Anonymous said...

Many thanks to Q for getting the courts to take action against a scum lord whose been fleecing KC for years.

Everyone blames the tennants, but it's the landlord worth $120 million that's the crook.

Silvestor orgalthorp said...

Was it the landlord that dumped a pile of garbage on the ground?

Anonymous said...

^^No, but it was him who didn't clean it up.

Anonymous said...

Nope,the landlord skipped out of the US. Read the article.

Anonymous said...

Newsflash!

The legal entity (LLC) that owns this single apartment complex will declare bankruptcy, just like they've done before in the KC area.
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From June 2020
KM-T.E.H. Realty 10 LLC on Friday sought Chapter 11 protection in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Kansas City.

Jackson County property records show the affiliate owns the Park Gate Apartments on East Meyer Boulevard. The apartments consist of 1- to 3-bedroom units.

KM-T.E.H. Realty 10 is one of many affiliates of T.E.H. Realty, which, through separate LLCs, owns dozens of apartment complexes in the Kansas City and St. Louis areas, as well as other U.S. cities.
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When you don't hold people accountable for misbehavior, unscrupulous individuals will scam the system for as long as they can until it blows up, then move on to the next one.

It's very similar to all the abandoned/dangerous properties within KCMO. The City allows bad property owners to slide (typically for years) without holding them accountable. So many City departments are dysfunctional because the leadership is failing and the bureaucracy has no incentive to do the right thing.

Anonymous said...

^^and yet they're still responsible for the trash so...

Anonymous said...

^ ^ Somebody is actually responsible for you?

Anonymous said...

I would be shocked to learn that this judgment is collectible in whole or substantial part. My guess would be that the plaintiffs will recover zip.

Anonymous said...

And they will still be ghetto trash.

Anonymous said...

^^as is their landlord so....

Anonymous said...

Bagged and unbagged house trash, broken furniture, and no dumpster in the picture.
Who picks it up?
Where do they put it?

Anonymous said...

Furniture doesn't go in dumpsters. Either haul it to a landfill or hire somebody to do it.

Anonymous said...

So the 52 mil gets spread out over dozens of cities, I bet the koloreds who were stupid enough to rent from these idiots think they’re gonna get a million a piece when in fact by the time it’s all said and done these morons will get 100 bucks.... if they get any at all.

Who wants to take a bet that these morons have already ran out and bought an Escalade after hearing this verdict!

Anonymous said...

So the 52 mil gets spread out over dozens of cities, I bet the koloreds who were stupid enough to rent from these idiots think they’re gonna get a million a piece when in fact by the time it’s all said and done these morons will get 100 bucks.... if they get any at all.

Who wants to take a bet that these morons have already ran out and bought an Escalade after hearing this verdict!

Anonymous said...

^^I will. I'll bet you geezer. 20k? What do you say? I thought so...

Anonymous said...

I blame it on the tenants. Look at that mess. At what point do they quit making a problem more of a problem? If the toilet didn't work, would they quit using it? So if the trash isn't being picked up, do they quit adding trash to the pile? I lived on the east coast after a hurricane and we didn't have trash pick up for months and I guarantee you it didn't look like that mess. By the way, a nice Jackson County judge gave me a judgement against my shitty tenants. In fact, that couch looks familiar. It likely came from the front yard of my rental property because my tenants had it sitting out there for two months before I had enough and had them evicted.

Anonymous said...

The landlord, and I use the term loosely, should be out of business and denied a business license for any place in the US. All assets should be sold and hopefully a real landlord will take over. As for the residents, some of the trashy look belongs to them and they should also be accountable. Being poor or less fortunate does not equal slovenly or dirty. I know many who have almost nothing, but what they have is clean and kept up. It is called pride and responsibility. The landlord has the responsibility to provide maintenance, a reasonably safe place and be responsive to issues. The residents have a responsibility to not damage their residence, pay on time (or make arrangements) and keep up with minor issues. The city has the responsibility to make sure both sides are doing their part.

Anonymous said...

Some Joo landlord flew the coop.
Try 1-800-Tel Aviv.

Anonymous said...


I don't think I believe this place is that bad. I think it's some of the tenants that tear it up and live dirty. Some are lazy some don't know any better and some do it out of spite. I've seen these same people in front of the Bainbridge deliberately empty the trash from their cars out on the street in front of the houses and it's out of hate and spite just like Quinton Lucas does and he doesn't know any better it's the ignorance he was raised in, same for these people.

Anonymous said...

Tell it to the Judge.

Anonymous said...

They will never see a penny of that judgement.

Anonymous said...

Why do the tenants live there? Why don't they just move? There are dozens of really nice apartment complexes in southern Joco.

Anonymous said...

That mess wasn't created by the landlord or a single tenant. Looks like a community effort. What a nice community. It really looks like they are concerned for themselves and their illegitimate children. Definitely no husbands around.

Anonymous said...

Poor white people defending millionaire landlords who give US courts the finger and disappear overseas to avoid paying humongous fines. Hiarious.

Anonymous said...

^^^ What’s “hilarious” is your kcps edumacation, learn to spell dummy! And take the damn trash and put it in the dumpster fool! NOW!

Anonymous said...

Ad hominem. Ha ha ha. Your overlords love your slavish devotion to their wellbeing.

BTW, remember to capitalize acronyms, pay your rent, and attack the messenger.

Anonymous said...


Oy Vey!

Anonymous said...


israel extradition laws prohibit extradition of israeli citizens to foreign countries.

T E H and Fein will be living large off their scam in Tel Aviv, and never pay a shekel to the American Goyim they scammed.