December 27, 2020 Illegal eviction: Richmond Inn & Suites, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, College Drive, Corporate Blvd Energy St.
I contend, Christmas during COVID-19, Richmond Inn & Suites’ agent without explanation strong-armed me by threat of arrest to immediately quit my Tenancy of 10 months (not ‘quit or pay’ — ‘quit or else’), during a State of Emergency, plus stay off streets order, and a renewed CDC, POTUS-signed eviction moratorium, to minimize contact in order to ensure protection of the population.
there stood Mike at my door, nervously at first, then slowly inflated he amidst his ungoverned posse comitatus of shams, in his best knee-break performance, like Dickens — he decided to throw me a bone — tiny tim got handed down a three hour window to get his shit and leave — this bullshit was keeping him from some tv, I suspect.
however unwieldy he was impersonating authority he lacked, BRPDbackup — cop stood by and nodded.
three hours from now, he haughtily declared — out of my ‘home!’ — or we’ll fuckin do it for you,” he haughtily proclaimed — out of my ‘home,’ — or we’ll do it for you.
With last-minute scrambling for transportation, my mother whose health he had recklessly compromised (this sub-managerial, self-professed Marshall representing SMC Hotel Group — and ultimately Wyndham Hotel’s ownership) obtained for GM Trudi Veals, my eviction: a happy ending to her story acquired.
I may have quit the premises but I will never quit my endeavor to see Mike, his General Manager- accomplice, and most importantly, the bevy of Corporate mutes whose joyless machinations in search of amnesia they shuffle papers to find, as their personal motives don’t exist — theirs is a purely dispassionate exercise in self-preservation and longevity, a minuscule irritation whose impact will ultimately never touch their personal reputation.
As a hotel guest I would normally not be entitled to protection from eviction; however, not only am I entitled as carried out, my guerilla eviction, I had my only residence, taken.
Richmond Inn & Suites, SMC Hotels Group, and Wyndham Hotels and Resorts Trademark Collection, violated my civil rights under a constitutionally protected order because of the Pandemic of 2020 – 2021.
Mine were removed by the janitor of the hotel whose parent company, the largest hotel chain in the world, with over 9000 properties, Wyndham Hotels, has decided to hope that I forget, as what follows is 100% true AND indefensible.
An eviction conducted without authority, writ, nor signed by judge; EMPLOYING strong-arm intimidation, affected through the authority of a rogue maintenance man, assuring his eligibility for Federal and Criminal prosecution, AND by making a false report to an officer of the Police Department of the City of Baton Rouge.
I had no other available lodging, even a lawful order granted and enacted by the Sheriff was an impossible outcome — as there was, and is not any court to provide lawful orders to do so — that criterion affords protection of civil rights even without the added shameful, anti-white racism through retaliation was not strong enough to cover.
Unbeknownst to me, this was the day Trudi Veals retired.
I have been unsuccessful in receiving response from Richmond Inn & Suites management SMC Hotels Group (Shreveport) or parent company, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts Trademark Collection.
We’re sorry to hear this was your experience and want to help.
For me, Ms.
previous”>recent boss at Richmond Inn, where she had worked as Head of Sales, and had coincidentally referred me to stay at her old hotel — a hotel under the management of President Delton Smith, and his Vice President of Operations John Holmstrom.
This is the only reason that I would find relief from inscrutably vindictive Trudi Veals.
reprimand”>upbraiding me about my decision to contact Ms.
I witnessed that with acknowledged difficulty John Holmstrom, unique in my experience, through guest complaint, perform an intuitive contravention when he refused his GM of 25 years — the beginning of my end, the retribution as instrument by which she would finally accomplish it, unknown.
VP John Holmstrom refused to support Ms.
He decided that he could not instantiate her wish to kick me out for no cause — ordering the First ‘Eviction Attempt’ by Trudi Veals rescinded — her unsuccessful freeze-out delayed — HER EGO SHATTERED INTO VISIBLE PIECES .
I think it should be imperative for those affected to immediately contact their local police department when this happens, so that they may retain access to their homes, or regain them.
Without public, police, landlord education provided as to the current definitions of the similar but different application of law, making difficult navigation without knowledge.
sadly, some defy the law through illegal action — as was done in my eviction (MORE A THREAT AND INTIMIDATION), I found myself subjected, by a staff member no one could overrule or appeal, without protections which I am entitled under current order.
my considerable injury by this gross sleight against me is no dramatic Play — it is through their lack of humanity to investigate and bring those responsible to account that I will continue to remind for as long as it takes their clients, their guests — whose online booking will come with a top review, their social media — already groaning under poverty of inattention — and the guests who stay at hotels, willing to forego almost anything for a $10 dollars discount — anything except this.
Finally, Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, the last-place holder of all luxury National Hotel Chain properties, and their Trademark Collection are by omission supporting an unethical, immoral cabal through their association with Trudi Veals, who with endemic anti-white venom — after a quarter century of employment comes to this.
Right now, the data trail created by evictions is often harvested by private firms that then use it to provide screening services to landlords who routinely shut out people who were previously evicted.
Instead, the government could use that trail to identify those most in need.
The Eviction Lab, led by the Princeton University sociologist Matthew Desmond, built a public national database that helped us understand the prevalence of eviction across the country from 2000 to 2016.