Funds not received and cash not recovered were to be used to continue to promote legislative support for the Kansas Fair Courts legislation to help children and families in domestic courts.
Attention Kansas Legislators: Please support and consider sponsoring the Kansas Fair Courts legislation and present to a Kansas House. Introduction to a House of origin is needed. Once introduced, the Bill can be discussed by all legislators, law enforcement, and the governor. Kansas fair court legislation will be published soon for any State legislator to introduce to a House in any State, to help families and children in domestic courts.
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7-28-18 K.S.A 21-3701 Kansas criminal statues defines theft as any of the following acts done by a person who has the intent to permanently deprive a property owner of the possession OR benefit of his or her property: Obtaining or exerting unauthorized control over the property (sale of property without legal ownership). Obtaining control over the property through FRAUD or DECEPTION (Trade agreement deception and fraud). Obtaining control over the property through THREATS (when property owner attempted recovery). Obtaining control over stolen property, WITH THE KNOWLEGDE THAT IT HAS BEEN STOLEN (purchase, current ownership, or previous ownership of vehicles with known stolen parts). KSA 21-3701(b)(3) Level 9 nonperson felony ($1000-$25000)
7-5-18 Happy Birthday - almost the big 6 number.
6-30-18 No Garden Plain Kansas average Christian family could afford to be robbed $15,000. This amount is not $15 or $150 or $1,500; $15,000 is a lot of money. Possible theft of this amount would hurt any family very badly. Community members should be concerned if such theft occurred in their community. Evangelize to help community members and families live with Christian morality.
6-1-18 Celebrating another 10,000 visits to the website and views of the 10 Commandments. Counter reset for another 10,000 visits and views to promote Christianity in the community and businesses as a consortium.
6-1-18 No payment received on unpaid for parts used on similar vehicles to Coop, Dale, Dale's (future) son-in-law (recorded admission), Clayton (visual and recorded), Brent and similar to other community members trucks, Jeeps, and cars. Additionally, the taken cash deposited for the damaged on premises car and sold truck has not been returned, not one penny yet. One may think this could appear to be " fraud like". Interest on the over $15000 debt is over $1000 a year, and the cash and parts were unpaid for over three years, adding over $3000 to the debt. The reneging of agreements for trade now creates liability for labor and reimbursement for parts bought and installed on vehicles. This is bad.
The Christian behavior would be to make a list, check it twice, and pay for the parts, labor, and return the cash, all with interest. If you have the unpaid for parts on your vehicle in the community, please be Christian and pay for them.
4-11-18 Focus title delivered. Thank you from receiver. Tax reimbursement for vehicle went to pay off KansasTag violation and court appearance. No money owed for taxes from title receiver. (Traded transfer case for last vehicle taxes to receiver, so nothing is owed for taxes. Stating fact to prevent alternative stories of any debt owed by receiver of title.) And, please consider Toyota Prius title to others.
No money received, NOT ONE PENNY, yet, for the deposited cash and unpaid for truck, Jeep, and car parts. Wondering if after receiving parts and cash, that the taker of cash and parts thought they were FREE? Do not know. If ANYONE says the parts taken were paid for or FREE, both are wrong. NOT FREE and NO RETURNED CASH or PARTS PAYMENTS YET. Any community help is appreciated to get cash back and payment of parts. For reference, cash and parts were to be exchanged and payment for a 2012 Silverado extended cab Texas Edition truck, and a Fusion before it was vandalized and (hearsay) storm damaged. The truck was sold at a profit after payment and parts delivery, and the car was damaged and vandalized. Bad deal for cash and parts owner. Trashed car and sold (at a profit) truck after cash and parts were given and received for trade.
Last money received by the cash and parts owner was for a Jeep rear glass complete, 2500 chrome grille (2012) with 2 headlights, Malibu grille, and the cash and parts owner drove 650 miles (to King City round trip). Payment of $350 received to just reimburse cost of the rear glass and gas, not a penny extra. This sealed the knowledge of business with this individual, because the car was already trashed and the truck soon to be discovered already sold. And, then mousey dodging phone communications with the cash and parts owner for years after this last business encounter with the parts and cash receiver.
3-25-18 Community relatives and friends; the date set for the Memorial Mass for Bishop Herbert at St. Benedicts in Atchison is April 21, 2018 at 11:00 am, followed by a luncheon. Please spread the word to any who might wish to attend.
2-28-18 Still praying and trying to get payment and titles from the individual, or individuals, in the community. Vehicle titles should be given at the time the vehicle leaves the Kansas dealer's property, or that the title is provided for owner's State registration within 60 days after the vehicles leaves the dealership unless it has a dealer tag. The prayers are that fair payment is received and title received. The answer to the prayer is that simple.
1-19-18 The Leaven newspaper is writing an article about Bishop Herbert. Publication date is unknown.
1-17-18 Brent still trying to get payment and titles from the individual, or individuals, who took cash and thousands of dollars of parts and used the parts on Garden Plain community members vehicles. $2600 cash and thousands of dollars of parts is a lot of money for someone to receive for deposit on a 2012 Silverado extended cab truck, only to have the truck sold to a community member at a profit, and the money never returned and the parts never ever paid for years later. Review of Kansas Statutes Chapter 8 Article 1, 2, 6, and 24, can assist in appropriate resolution.
1-3-18 Message from Fr. Sidney in Brazil - Bishop Herbert O.S.B. passed 8:45 AM http://gpbody.com/Bishop_Herbert_OSB.htm
1-2-18 Bishop Herbert's medical condition has become worse. Please continue praying for his recovery. Email received from Norbert. http://gpbody.com/Herbertpage1-1-18.htm
1-1-18 Happy New Year 2018! Ones resolution is to stop drinking any alcohol except from a Catholic Mass Challis, and to stop speaking untruthful words - Thou shall not bear false witness against thy neighbor, and to not make fun of, or slander thy neighbor. Please pray for the Holy Spirit to be with each of us every day of the New Year; and to help us accomplish our resolutions.
12/25/17 - Merry Christmas. Additional information concerning Bishop Herbert's health has been received from Brazil. He is in the hospital for Christmas, but is out of intensive care.
Link to the email forwarded from Abbot James Albers, OSB and the year end request for financial support for the Abbey. http://gpbody.com/Herbert_page.htm
12/20/17 - Community relatives and friends of Bishop Herbert,OSB can be thankful that he is recovering in a hospital in Brazil. Thanks to face time video phone communications, relatives talked with and viewed Bishop Herbert to reassure family and friends of his recovering health. The initial communications of a heart attack and organ failure were inaccurate. Please continue to pray for Bishop Herbert and all families with medical needs this Christmas holiday.
12/18/17 - No funds have yet been received this Christmas holiday season by the owner of the taken cash and unpaid for parts in the community. Pray the owner of the cash and parts is financially blessed this Christmas holiday for provisions and protection for their family.
12/8/17 - Brent again attempted, bless him, to assist in recovery of funds and resolution to assist in this matter. Brent text the owner of the missing cash and unpaid for parts writing "Im sorry you think that someone vandalized your fusion. I can promise that did not happen." To help resolution, truth is needed. First, one must ask if anyone is really sorry for their actions, or just sorry for outcomes. Second, "think someone". It sure looks like the front end was jumped on, and the top roof is damaged. The motor may have been tampered with. Witnesses may verify that. Third, the car IS NOT AND, AGAIN, NEVER WILL BE "YOUR" car. It was never discussed or negotiated for price, discounted for the destroyed front end after purchased by GP Body. Only that the car was wanted to be purchased, JUST LIKE THE 2012 Silverado Texas Edition silver extended cab truck. Fourth, the assumption was made of any trust existing to believe a promise. http://gpbody.com/Fusion2011.JPG This Fusion appears to have a good front end and roof.
Brent's effort to assist is appreciated. Unfortunately, not one cent has been recovered. If Brent used any of the unpaid for Silverado or Jeep parts, it is assumed he would have immediately paid for them, just like other community members would want to do the same. The unpaid taken parts may be marked with a small YELLOW paint dot. Disassembly of many community vehicles may indentify the unpaid for parts.
Recovery and attempted restitution continues with the help of Brent Stuhlsatz who had previously text the owner of the parts, writing that he or the taker of the parts is CONFUSED about the amount owed. The debtor, or taker of the parts, may be stalling and may even deny owing ANYTHING. To clarify, to the taker of the CASH and parts, the total amount to settle is $15000. Even the word extortion was used in the text from Brent. Getting PAID by persons who owe you money is a Constitutional Protected Right along with First amendment rights. But, non-payers come up with the most creative stories to justify NOT PAYING. And NOTHING, NOT 1 Cent, HAS BEEN PAID TO REPLACE THE MISSING CASH or TAKEN PARTS in years.
NOTE to anyone assisting resolution of this matter. The resolution is quite simple. Truth and fairness.
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The persons responsible for taking and using parts from Garden Plain Body & Repair WITHOUT PAYING FOR THEM has contacted the owner of the parts. The email from this person WHO TOOK THE PARTS WITHOUT PAYING ANYTHING TO THE OWNER OF THE PARTS states "I am willing to settle the $2600 YOU SAY I OWE YOU and then negotiate the other charges" The fact that this person still implies that they DID NOT OWE ANY MONEY by writing "you say I owe" IMPLIES THEFT by deception of cash and parts, and if true, then stolen parts are used on vehicles in Garden Plain Kansas.
An email INSTEAD OF A $15,000 total balance PAYMENT and Focus CAR TITLE was sent to the owner of the missing unpaid for parts. Postpone stall and deny is typical in negotiations, while the balance gets greater with mediation expenses, negotiation labor time, and interest on the debt.
The vandalized, (possibly jumping on the car and throwing items at the car) and front end and top destroyed Fusion is NOT and NEVER will be part of any payment and settlement to conclude business. A Sedgwick County sherriff was spoken to and they said it is a misdemeanor with court appearance for not receiving and regristry of title, additionally, it is a dealer violation with the State. All vehicle owners should have a title from the dealer to regrister their vehicle. Otherwise the State would fine the dealer.
No one forgets receiving 26 one hundred dollar bills and thousands of dollars of parts. Larry may be able to help identify parts usage and persons taking the parts. Additional information may be gleaned.
ALL CONVERSATIONS between the cash and parts owner and anyone they talked with in the last two years, including New Years 2016, was probably recorded for protection, documentation, and possibly public records.
Community Catholic church members could remind other Christians of their faith and their responsibility to God. Some may not directly practice stealing, yet they may still be guilty by aiding or assisting a thief, protecting one from punishment, or knowingly sharing in what was stolen. Obstruction of justice or possession is possible guilt. The Christian youth of Garden Plain and Cheney Kansas can evangelize to the adults and elders when applicable. Do not fall to the acceptance of accommodating unacceptable MORALITY from community members and members of the Garden Plain Catholic Church. Stand for your Christianity.
Scott A Leis keep your word to remind your neighbor to pay for the car he got years ago and never paid for. Ask if this is Christian behavior? (Matthew 6:1-5, 23:5) Scott Herme/s PAY THE $300 FOR THE MAZDA CAR YOU TOOK TWO YEARS AGO. SCOTT Leis you said you would remind him or have the owner of the unpaid taken car contacted to arrange payment.
Does anyone pay their debt?
A priest once spoke that "We should pay our debts if we are able. If we can not, then let them know and workout a plan to be fair with each other. Hiding from those persons you owe $12000 or $300 or $50, is MOUSY or MOUSEY. There is no respect in this un-Christian behavior, and it is not as a Christian should act. Not answering the phone and avoiding the person you owe money is MOUSEY"
This was the Homily at a Catholic mass spoken by the priest.
Not Paying Legitimate Debt is THEFT and Not Christian (Ezekiel 33:7-9) (Matthew 18:15-20)
Possession, buying, using, and selling stolen parts is illegal and NOT CHRISTIAN
Possible stolen parts were used on vehicles in the Garden Plain area. Contact this email address if you want to verify that your white or black F150 extended cab truck (like Garden Plain Co-op Elevator Company white F150, and Dale Stuhlsatz black F150), Silverado truck, Jeep Wrangler (black doors, hoods, fenders, (like Clayton Stuhlsatz Jeep), Impala rear bumper, and Ford Fusion front parts, were possibly involved in theft by deception of parts, or possible stolen parts from repossessed vehicles.
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$9000 of Silverado F150 Jeep Wrangler Impala Tahoe Malibu Fusion PARTS were REMOVED from GP Body and not paid for. Please contact by email if you have any information about the unpaid for parts. Inform@GPBody.com If you received or used these parts, do your Christian duty to God and pay for the parts. Stand as a Christian and be the example for the community, to let others see by your actions that you are Christian. $2600 cash was placed on deposit for vehicle and removed. Interest alone is over $1000 a year on very possible theft by deception. Review of records show an additional $800 cash was paid for Jeep Wrangler parts delivered from Kansas City.
Negotiations to return the deposited $2600 failed by Brent. Thank you to any community Christians attempting to resolve this issue. If intent is established by anyone, that the receiver of the parts was not planning to pay, then the case is felonious thief by deception to be investigated by the county prosecutors office. It is believed that this is indeed a civil not criminal issue. Quick civil resolution is desired.
Once taken, it very difficult to get return of property or payment from a thief. One will tell stories that are very believable, but untrue. Their reality is always different than the owner of the property, and the sin of anger and lies follows so that they would NOT have to pay the debt. Thieves usually do not return stolen jeep and Silverado parts or cash. It is not of their nature. God can help them.
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The funds for this Christian Website and Litigious work was stolen. Hopefully the money was given to St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church in Garden Plain KS. Pastor Father Samuel Pinkerton.
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PLEASE FINANCIALLY HELP REPLACE THE FUNDS TAKEN AS AN ATTACK ON THIS FAMILY and CHRISTIAN WORK.
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Funds will be used to continue to promote legislative support for the Kansas Fair Courts Bill.
Additional financial support is needed for writing and presenting legislation for Kansas children and families.
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