Alrighty, um. . .I said yesterday I was going to do another little update today. I’m sitting in the van because it’s quieter right now. It’s a very warm day and everyone’s outside, and it’s quite noisy, so. . . kinda have a quiet spot.
First off, um, I wanted to address the two criminal cases that we have coming up. The first one stemmed from the, um, issue with the neighbors. The officer said that if they came back out, they were going to charge everyone. Well, they didn’t charge everyone, they just charged the two men. My husband is charged with harassment for, um, calling the woman a name (1), and the other gentleman is charged with harassment for, um, telling my husband he will be laying in a pool of blood. I guess they’re equal crimes. I don’t know. Um, I don’t know. I don’t know how this is going to work. The court hearing is next week, it’s just an arraignment, really, it’s just gonna be a “not guilty” plea and we move forward from there.
The other issue we have going on is a re-visitation of the goat incident, and, um, we are – from last year. Last year, when our goats got loose (2A) and went onto Mr. Sneed’s property, he went down and filed, and even though we had evidence that was not willing to be heard by the local county attorney, um, my husband was charged with “goats at large,” which is a, basically a traffic ticket crime, and was told, both parties were told, not to contact each other, (3) and other than this recent, um, events of Linda calling – not calling, I’m sorry – Linda Sneed, the person who hit me, which Breckinridge County Attorney has never pressed charges for and most of you heard the audio, uh, YouTube actually took it down, interestingly enough, and we’re working on getting it put back up. Um, I don’t know why it was taken down. I never got a notice, it was just gone.
But the audio shows Linda admitting not once, but twice, that she hit our vehicle, (4) and also that, um, she, the officer asked if we wanted to press charges, (5) and so we have that audio, um, we will be uploading it again, trying to get the videos uploaded, I’ve been super swamped with a gazillion things.
But I wanted to, um, sorry to keep my train of thought here, the issue with the goats. So anyways, the county attorney didn’t prosecute an actual crime and yet did prosecute the goat issue, (6) which I guess that’s been a non-issue. Linda has contacted, the person who hit me, the woman, the crazy woman, has contacted, uh, supporters and sent messages, she reports everything that she possibly can that she, that happens over here and even makes up stuff. She’s actually made up several stories that, um, I’ve been documenting, but things have been kind of the same. One reason why we have decided to move is because it’s just, it’s never ending. She drives by my home, she speeds down this road, she screams obscenities out the window, um, every time she passes by, if there’s anybody outside, she will scream obscenities, it doesn’t matter who is outside, um, she does that.
And, um, then, again, with Lisa Luthi and Al Wilson and all those characters that keep feeding into this with, um, with Linda, escalating everything, you know, that’s why we decided to move and, um.
The other day, it was last Thursday evening actually, I came home from work and I noticed a car pulled up behind me. And so I was watching to see because I’m always on guard, yes, I am always on guard (7) and I noticed that the grandson of Mr. Sneed was walking from his, from the front of his home to the front of my driveway. He met this gentleman who sat in a little, uh, er, I did not see the gentleman, I did not see the driver. License plate light was out so I did not get a license plate. I did get pictures. Um, and a video. But anyways, um, they sat at the end of the road for a few minutes, pulled into my driveway to turn around, to go back, er, for him to leave. (8) The young man got out of his car, I would say he’s probably about my oldest son’s age, maybe 18, 19, 17, got out of the car, and I asked him what he was doing at the end of my driveway, and I asked him if he was Ron Sneed’s grandson. He said yes, and and I said what are you doing at the end of my driveway. He asked if I was recording, and I said yes I am. And he just walked off. And he walked off from my property.
The next morning, for the third time, I think, in the past two weeks, which is very suspicious, my horse has not gotten out before then, (9) but for the third time in the last couple weeks, uh, we got up, woke up (10A) to the horse being loose. And we saw her in our yard . By the time we got out to, got dressed and got out to go get her, she had made her way to the fence line, um, at the neighbor’s property.
My 16-year-old went to go get the horse and Ron Sneed was carrying a shotgun and told him to get off his property. So my son quickly retreated and came back and told his father. I was called, the sheriff’s office was called, and the state police were called. (10B) They arrived, um, a little while later – it takes a while to get out here – and, um, in the meantime Mr. Sneed approached my husband and, um, apologized, said that he was tired of being contacted by the Mr. Wilson and that he was tired of being contacted by some lawyer from Etown, and that he was tired of all the stuff that was going on. He didn’t have a problem with my family. He didn’t have a problem with my children. He hears the children laughing and playing all the time.
Now, I have this on a recording, which I will present to you soon enough. Um, but he admitted all of this, (11) and he said, you know, we don’t need tell the cops this, we could tell them that it was resolved. My husband did tell the cops that the issue between Ron Sneed and my husband was resolved. Ron told my son he could go get the horse, which he did.
But when the officers came, we said that Linda needed to be dealt with, (12) because Linda was still screaming in the background and I have her on that audio – you can hear her in the background, “Get away from those people, ” “They’re evil, nasty people, ” and blah, blah, blah.
We haven’t done anything to anyone, um, at all. I know people keep saying, oh, we’ve done these things. We have not done anything to anyone. We have proven our innocence over and over again. Our goats got loose, (2B) we had an agreement on that. We had, um, the horse was just, um, an unfortunate incident. (2C) I’m actually wondering now if they’re coming over and doing something to the gate to try to cause problems. I don’t know. I’m, I’m really, really concerned by all of this.
But nonetheless, um, these incidences on Friday, we get a summons the other day. . . let me see if I can pull this up so I can read it verbatim. . . um, from the county attorney’s office in Breckinridge County, that my husband is being held in contempt. . . I apologize, it’ll just take me a second to pull up. . .my husband’s being held in contempt. Mr. Sneed had went down there and filed one, two, three, four separate complaints on my husband. I’m not going to read these all word by word, but I want to read a few things in them.
Um, on the 23rd, he said that the horse was in his apple orchard, which, I don’t think that the horse got loose on the 23rd, but either way. Ron Sneed’s dogs, (13) I think you might have seen the videos, have been in my yard three times. I have called the county attorney’s office. I’ve sent the county attorney the videos that you may or may not have seen about this, and nothing was ever done. My horse went next door and all of a sudden, it’s World War III.
Anyways, the other incident here. Now, mind you, my husband is being charged with contempt for this. “On the evening of 1/19,” which is the evening of the grandson, “Mrs. Naugler walked down our private access road and confronted my grandson, he was in, in for the Xmas holidays. My grandson asked, ‘Are you recording me?’ and Mrs. Naugler replied ‘Yes.’”, that I was, “and had continued to curse at him. (14A) She just returned to the inside of the house and I went outside and the Nauglers had already departed the area.” Now that statement is almost all the way true. (14B) The only difference is that I did not walk down their private access road. I was standing at the end of my driveway. So first of all, I was standing at the end of my driveway, but why does my husband being charged because I walked down the road? If I had walked down the road. Which I didn’t.
So not only did my husband not walk down the road, but neither did I. But we’re being charged. Thank you, Mr. Sneed. For this.
And the county attorney decided there was enough evidence for him to use this, to go forward with.
But my audio/videos, my videos of the dogs, my reports of them throwing harassing comments at us, none of that’s been picked up by the county attorney. He tells me, and I’ll send those in my screen shots later, the county attorney tells me I should take it up with the sheriff. Well, the sheriff tells me I need to contact the county attorney or the state police. The state police say it’s the sheriff’s duty. So who do I call, if they all pass the buck. And this is really happening. I have documented all of this.
So, then, the other one here, there was four, um, oh, another one was just another date of the horse getting out, um, and, um, this one here is referring to the day that the sheriff’s office actually came out with the, um, with the state police, because they both, I called them both just in case the other didn’t show up, ’cause they always say it’s somebody else’s problem. Maybe next time I’ll call the county attorney and have all three of them come out here and they can figure out whose prob – whose responsibility it is to deal with these things.
Anyways, he told them about, he told them to “get off my land. In a heated argument, (15A) I told them about the standing order from the state of Kentucky.” Now, as far as that goes, that is against my husband. Now, we have respected it as a family, but that order was against my husband. My sixteen-year-old son, who walked down to get the horse, should not be involved in that. “My daughter, Linda Sneed, continued, contact the sheriff department, and, um, and told them, [she mumbles here as she’s reading, which makes one wonder what the text actually says] . . . find the horse. . .contact Mr. Long [dunno who that is].”
And. . . I’m trying to read this real quick. . .um, anyways, it just, he just reports that the horse was in his yard. He does not report that there was any, um, arguments, (15B) or discussions, or that my husband actually went on his property, and it says that my son actually stood at the property line. So the only thing that crossed the line, the property line, would have been the horse. Now, aside from the fact that all of this is just crazy bullshit to begin with, let’s address the fact that my husband was charged with contempt. First my husband was charged with the animals being loose. Now he’s being charge with contempt for the horse getting loose again.
This is my land. (16A) The land is in my name. The horse, the goats, those were my goats. The horse is my horse. (16B) So why are they going after my husband? Because he’s an easy target. Because he has the menacing charge that he had to take a mandatory plea deal for, because they wrapped up that plea deal in our family court, which they’re not supposed to do. That plea deal was brought into our family court, so basically, to retain custody of our children we had to take a plea deal on our crimes. None of it was supposed to happen. That should have been dealt with in the circuit courts, or in the district court, whichever one it was in, and not inside family court, but that’s not how that worked. And we will address that later. (17)
I wanna address these two issues right now.
So now we have issues with our, our home neighbors. We have issues with our business neighbors. (18) Neither of which I instigated or my husband instigated or my children instigated. All of that has been instigated off of people, off of circumstances that have been blown out of proportion. And this has just gone too far. They are holding my husband in contempt for something that he isn’t even responsible for.
And the county attorney said today, I went down and filed more affidavits with him today. I talked to the sheriff today. The sheriff told me again that he is not going to deal with us because we were displeased with his services, and so he won’t take reports. (19) He tells me to call the county attorney and the county attorney tells me to call the sheriff, and they tell me to call the state police, and the state police tells me to call them. So nobody will deal with this stuff. Except for when it turns around on us, and all of a sudden we have to go back to court again.
So, these are both public hearings. The first two, the one’s on the first, and the other one’s on the seventh, um, of February. Both of them are open courts, and both of them, the first meetings will just be arraignments, so I will keep you guys updated on the, um, on the courts, on what’s going on. Um, if anybody local wants to go and find out for themselves what the hell is going on in these counties and why we are being singled out and targeted in this way (20). . . um, I don’t understand it at all, because whenever I call about something serious like people actually stalking my house – drunk drivers. (21A) That last fall when those, that group of people, when Sally was, Sally Davis drove to my house. (21B) I don’t know if you knew this or not, but Sally Davis drove to my house and was taking pictures of me in my yard with my kids. Um, she admits it. (21C) She says she was visiting the neighbor, but the neighbors admitted the other day that they have no idea who these people are.
So anyways, so now we’ve got that goin’ on, and, um, I called drunk drivers. Nobody came. (21D) But the Nauglers do something and all of a sudden, it’s, you know, court dates and court dates. And I’m getting tired of it. Between the goats, and the compost issue, and the stuff at my shop, and being harassed at my business now, and at my home, having to move because of all this, I’ve had about enough.
Now, I don’t know why it’s being allowed, but I’m not being quiet about this. It’s not fair to my family. It’s not fair. I’m dealing enough with the troll crap and all that, which I’ve tried to ignore as much as I can, but this is what I was talking about, [Begins to cry] when I say it bleeds into our personal life. It’s not just internet stuff. It’s not just making fun of me on Facebook. This is what’s actually happening to my family. And it’s more than just petty Facebook shit.
And, I just need to be able to let people know what’s going on. [Crying stops] It’s not just stupid stuff, that we’re being brought to court. Contempt charges, for something that, it just blows my mind, over this.
So, I don’t know what will, how this will end. It’s, it’s pushed our move, we’ve made a few decisions, we were trying to hold off til, til spring, but it’s what’s moved our, our, pushed our move up sooner is just we’ve got to get away. We’ve got to get away. (22) We were hoping to save more money, and we’re having the fundraiser and that should help us through between the business and the, the, you know, the gas money to move.
We’re moving, we’re gonna start moving what we can when we can, but anyways, um, you know, we’re not begging for funds. We have the income we need. We just needed that little cushion (23) for that one expense there that we’re not gonna have, um, until spring, but it’s fine. Um, we don’t need legal aid. I know someone said oh, you’re just trying to get money for lawyers. We don’t need lawyer money. We, um, we can do this ourselves and we plan to. Um, but, uh, yeah, this is, it just needs to be out there. It needs to be exposed. People need to know exactly what’s going on. And people, I’m gonna, I’ll be posting phone numbers over the next few weeks of people if you wanna call and just put pressure on these people to do something. The county attorney in Breckinridge County, if you wanna give him a holler and find out why he’s pressing charges on my husband for something that was my responsibility. Um, that would be a good place to start. Um, you know Bradley Butler’s the county attorney there and I’m sure he’d love to hear from you. He won’t talk to me anymore because I record every interaction. I have him actually recorded on the last conversation I had saying that he won’t talk to me, that whenever I call or contact him he’ll be in court. (24)
So, again, more of my public officials who won’t do their job because they don’t want to be held accountable for anything. Um, they, now the last time they came out here, I did a little live news feed and I’m not afraid to do another one, because I will hold people accountable. These are elected officials. These are people put in office by the voters, and I will expose it.(25A) You guys are all worried about Trump. Trump is the president, grand and find and dandy, but your local issues are what affects you most and that’s where you need start is your local issues. County sheriffs. County judges. County attorneys. All these people need to be held accountable, and that’s what I’m doin’. Until it’s resolved.(25B)
Because, just think of this. Last year, the sheriff here in Breckinridge County was pulled over for drunk driving, after he told his wife he was going to shoot her, and her parents. He then drove drunk for two and half hours to Bowling Green, from Breckinridge County to Bowling Green. He got pulled over in Bowling Green and was charged with terroristic threats and drunk driving. What do you think happened with that? I’ll tell you this. My husband served more jail time than the sheriff did. And my husband didn’t do anything wrong. (26)
So that just kind of gives you an idea of what’s going on. Sorry, I’m, I’m frustrated and tired, but I will update more, I’ll make more posts on, um, Facebook, um, and um, I will be getting more YouTube audios together. I’ve just been having difficulties with trying to transfer these audios and then it just [starts to cry] working on it all just gets overwhelming. So, I try to do it bits and pieces and, um, and you know, I tried transcribing the sheriff from last year. I still have never gone through that audio. Um, so anyways, um, otherwise we’re doing great, so I appreciate all the support. If it wasn’t for this stupid stuff, we would actually be doing so wonderfully. (27) And hopefully all this legal stuff, once we move, um, it, it needs to end. I don’t know if it will or not, but, um, I hope it does. And I’m sorry this is long, I’m looking at it’s over 18, almost 19 minutes, so I’m gonna cut this short, well, um, I’m gonna cut this now and I will talk to you guys later. Thank you.
1. The name was “cunt” among other things, and the woman’s child was present.
2. Notice the passive tense? The goats “got loose.” No, the goats did not “get loose.” The goats were allowed to roam “free range.” Nicole bragged about it. If you do not know the whole story of the animals running loose, you need to read that link. It’s not what she is pretending.
3. Actually no. There was no order given to the Sneeds. They were never charged with anything. They were the people making the complaint. Joe was the person convicted, and he’s the one with the no-contact order.
4. It was a rear-end collision. In a rear-end collision, unless the front vehicle reverses, there is never a question that the rear vehicle hit the one in front of it. This is very simple and nobody has to “admit” anything. (But notice the pejorative word she uses (“admit”) as though there was some big crime committed. There was no property damage of any sort.
5. The officer asked the Nauglers if they wished to press charges, and the Nauglers declined to do so. One would think that would end it. But months later, Nicole decided she was angry with Linda, so she brought it all up again. There was no property damage. Repeat: there was no property damage.
6. In the case of the “vehicular assault,” there was no assault and no property damage. In the other case, there was an actual crime: livestock running large, which do, in fact, cause property damage.
7. Nicole, you probably should get some treatment for that paranoia. It is really causing you a lot of problems.
8. Notice that the car pulled into the Naugler driveway to leave. To leave. Yet she accosts the young man anyway. He wasn’t threatening her in any way. He was having a conversation with another neighbor (in the car). None of that had anything to do with the Shitstead or the Nauglers.
9. I posted this on November 20, 2016. Months ago. I told you guys. I saw a video of the horse running around the neighborhood. Nicole denied it ever happened, but I saw the video. And that wasn’t the only time. It’s happened over and over again. Horses are herd animals. They are gonna get loose and go looking for buddies unless you provide them with one. We said again and again that the pitiful little children-built paddock they have that horse in is not adequate. Nobody is sabotaging their “gate.” The horse knows how to get loose now and is doing it regularly. Good for her.
10. They woke up. The horse was loose. They got dressed, a matter of a couple of minutes and then went to get the horse. Ron confronted the kid. Arguments ensued. And then something interesting happened. Nicole was called. Called where? Obviously, Joe or one of the kids called her at the shop to tell her what was happening. See the problem with this timeline?
11. See the pejorative again? “Admitted,” as though this was something he previously was lying about or something they had to drag out of him with waterboarding. Everything was lovely, he said. He loves the Nauglers. Right.
12. Joe and Nicole can’t leave a thing alone. Nicole wants Linda Sneed arrested in the worst way. No wonder Linda “yells obscenities” at them in passing (if she does, which is certainly not determined to be true). I know I would.
13. Dogs are not livestock. Repeat: Dogs are not livestock. They are dogs. Livestock at large laws don’t apply to dogs. Read it again. Read it as many times as you need to.
14. So, now we learn that Nicole swore at the grandson, who was just talking with a neighbor and who wasn’t doing a damn thing to the Nauglers. Nicole comes barreling up and thrusts a phone in his face, recording, and proceeds to swear at him. And she admits doing so. (See? I can do it too.)
15. So there was a heated argument. But then there was no argument. Which is it?
16. Everything is Nicole’s. Joe owns nothing. I actually think that’s fair since Joe does no work at all. But I thought the horse belonged to the child. And isn’t Joe the parent of that child? And doesn’t that make Joe just as responsible as Nicole if the horse is at-large?
17. Later, later. Always later. Geesh.
18. Nicole and Joe have issues with every single person they have ever met. Literally everywhere they have ever lived, everywhere they have ever worked. Nicole finally gets her own business and can’t even stay in one place for more than a few months and ends up fighting with neighbor businesses. But it’s everyone else that causes it. Never them. They are perfect.
19. Probably the single best statement in this whole thing. That’s why it’s in blue, just because I loved it so much.
20. Oh, I think maybe locals will be following all this pretty closely. Don’t be peeved when it gets reported here.
21. (A) I didn’t drive anywhere. (B) We visited Breck County because we have friends there. (C) Nobody was drunk. Not a single person. Furthermore, I had a blood alcohol level that entire evening of zero. (D) I had no camera with me. My phone was in our truck. I took no photos. Nicole was not present. I couldn’t possibly have taken a photo of her or the kids because they were in the garden shed. If I had had a camera, I would have photos of Joe guzzling a beer and believe me, you’d see them. The police didn’t come because it was simply bullshit and they knew it. But see the pejorative “admit” again?
22. By all means, do get away.
23. When you auction off children’s crappy “artwork” and little child-labor-made dog bows, you’re begging for money. They are called “pity buys.”
24. This was almost as good as the sheriff one, but not quite good enough to merit blue.
25. Nicole is actually lecturing us about political activism. Seriously. Nicole does not vote. Nicole does not believe in government at all. Nicole does not have a place in the discourse. But notice that her great political activism only extends “until it’s resolved.” She only gives a damn about herself.
26. She leaves out an important difference. Sheriff Pate immediately owned up to what he did, entered rehab (where he spent considerably more time than Joe did in jail), and made a very public, very embarrassing apology to the whole county. Joe yammered about his rights and as you see, still admits no wrong-doing.
27. No you wouldn’t be “doing wonderfully.” You live in a dump in a garden shed that is falling apart. You don’t have enough money to afford a little gas to make a few trips to wherever you’re going. You’re not “doing wonderfully.” You’re barely making it. The slightest thing takes you over the cliff.
Now then, considering how much is absolutely false about this little rant, I see no reason at all to believe any of the rest of it. She is lying about the horse’s excursions. She is lying about my excursion. I know these to be facts with certainty. She is lying.
What else is she lying about?
Nicole, do you know Donald Trump?