Joe has figured out how to make videos. I think maybe he enjoyed doing the Little House on the Prairie thing, but he got a bigger kick out of displaying his righteous indignation at the county attorney’s office, so he’s going to fly a bit on his own.
Hey, Facebook world.
This is the HH, Homestead Husband. Um, our case, since May, 2015, has made us kind of the talk of the town and kind of popular. (1) I don’t know if that’s good or bad. Um, we’ve come across some great supporters. We’ve made some great and wonderful friends. Um, and we appreciate that and we are blessed beyond measures for that.
Today, I’m chimin’ in. I know it’s usually my wife. She likes to do these things. She likes to do her blogs and whatnot. Me, I’m more of a face-to-face kind of a guy. I, uh, I like to talk to people, I like to feel their energy, and you know, share in their testimony, and watch it and listen and share myself. (2)
Um, but I feel we’re at a point where, over the past 18 months, we’ve had a group of dedicated people, um, a local man by the name of Al Wilson, who, at the beginning, was sharing, uh, some rather, uh, you know, he was. . . Our lawyer, at the beginning, when the children were in custody, our lawyer recommended that we stay out of town and, uh, so we decided to stay at a hotel, um, and everybody that donated, those funds, that $40,000 knew exactly what they were for. They were to help us deal with the situation with our children.
Um, and we used it for that, and we stayed at a hotel.(3) And, um, Al Wilson and another gentleman, he’s a paramedic here in Breckinridge County, Jason Thompson, as well as a bunch of other people, I mean, we’ve got screen shots that are just, oh, thousands and hundreds of thousands of screen shots (4)documenting all this. . . But they were, they’d actually stalked us to the hotel and confirmed that we were there and, uh, shortly after that, we had dogs that, uh, you know, one of our dogs (5) got shot, and Al Wilson testified it was by a .357, and another dog got hit and was killed.
Um, but these people were very aggressive. I mean, um, to this day you can still see the aggression, so, um, we had kind of stayed out of town, uh, while we were dealing with it, and we got our kids back after eight weeks. I mean, in one of the most corrupt states in the union when it comes to family court and the bypass of your rights, we still got our children back. Now the case is still open, we’re still dealing with some things. Um, and that’ll be addressed, a lot of it can’t be addressed until the case is closed, uh, so we’re just basically enduring it. Um, but those issues will be addressed, and we will, uh, have an attorney, uh, request, uh, those transcripts, and we’ll show you, from day one, when it was that first Thursday, and Friday we had the Cabinet come up, we recorded it, now we recorded these things, we had the Cabinet come up to our little shitshack and testify that first Friday that everything was fine.
If the only concern she had is just she wanted a fence around our, our little, um, I guess where we burn our debris, uh, like a lot of farmers do around here.
Um, and we said, yeah, and then that Monday, of course, Alex, uh, popped into the situation, uh, and they did their, uh, their investigation, and the sheriff did his investigation, and the CPS did their investigation, and they, they got the original court records from New Hampshire from 15, whatever, 16, 17 years ago and found out there were never any allegations that, uh, uh, and so on and so forth, and, uh, they interviewed all our children and that following Monday, uh, both the sheriff and the CPS both testified that we weren’t breaking any laws, and we weren’t doing anything wrong, and that there was no reason why the children shouldn’t be returned. And, uh, CPS even went further, uh, and actually got into an argument with the Guardian Ad Litem about my children, about, you know, have you met them. Uh, they’re, you aren’t, you aren’t pushing my children around, you aren’t gonna get away with any of that. My children are very well-mannered, very well-spoken, and very confident.
Uh, we raise our children to know who they are. And, uh, to question everything, even us. If they have an issue, they have no problems, no qualms about telling us, and expressing themselves to us. (6) Uh, you know, but since then, you know, uh, there were some, we just went through a complication of things, they st- they did not – there was no lack of income, trust me. They, um, they spent a lot of money, uh, over those eight weeks that my children were in their custody to, um, they met with psychologists, they met with psychiatrists, they met with doctors, they met with educators, uh, and, uh, at no time on any of those records has the CPS, uh, has, anybody said that, uh, we’re unfit parents or something else should be done. Our children were returned to us after eight weeks, um, and, uh, custody was returned, and, uh, it’s just, you know, it’s just been kinda dragging on with, with, with junk and, like I said, we’ll get into that as, as we’re able to expose some of this stuff.
Um, and we’ve had [this part is a bit garbled due to technical interference I think] had a dedicated group of people stalking us, harassing us, and, and I’m not talking like stalking us. I mean, we’ve had, eh, like one of Nicole’s employers, a Patricia, uh, she, who she worked for out in Brandenburg, a, uh, we’ve had, um, these people, like Sally Davis, Lisa Luthi, uh, there were other people involved that came down. (7)
Now, eh, I’m gonna go ahead and skip here, because I wanna try to add context and perspective to this. But, uh, January 20, on the morning of January 20, our, uh, our horse had gotten loose. Just a horse. As a matter of fact, about a week ago, we had some Amish guys drive up, they had one of those guys that drive them around in a van, pull up and ask us, they also asked the neighbors, if we’d seen one of their horses. Uh, because it got loose. [stuttered a bit] They telled us where they lived and if we come acrossed it to go up there. Uh, because that’s what happens. Uh, livestocks get loose. (8) Uh, you know, it happens. Uh, it is no, um, it is no cause for anybody to be, uh, straight-up asshole about it. (9A) Uh, it is, uh, not a deliberate thing. Uh, these animals, uh, my animals did no damage, um, I believe that Ron Sneed took a picture of a pile of horse crap, um, you know, that’s fertilizer. Uh, you’re welcome, Ron. I’m not gonna charge you for the fertilizer.
But, you know, we lived here for years before May of 2015 and got along with our neighbors without one complaint, uh, without one issue. Uh, eh, eh, it just blows me away that it’s come to this but, uh, on, on January 20, a goat got loose and I usually send Q and A down to get it, and they’ll usually go to the property line (9B), you can kinda see it, Ron’s house right there, and you’ll see the tree line right here, and, uh, they’ll get, uh, just shake the little feed bucket, and if they need to, they’ll go across. Well, at the time, uh, Q was starting to head over to get the horse and Ron came out with his shotgun, loaded and ready to go, over, and he knows us. He knows that it was my child [garbled] Q, somebody who’s lived here, who’s never vandalized his stuff, never stole from him, uh, nothing of that.
Uh, I believe, uh, they tried to make a big deal about our composting system, but yet none of those, none of those allegations were ever substantiated. (10) None of them. There was no testing done, eh, cause there was nothing. There was no contamination of their property. But, uh, with those things it’ll show the pattern of hostility that we’re dealing with in this county, by the authorities and , and by these people.
And uh, but he goes over and Ron, uh, you know, steps in between him and the horse and threatens him with the gun, and uh, my son comes up, and tells me, uh, you know, “we have an issue,” so I come down here. I come right down here and I stand right on the property line, and I call Nicole and I tell her what’s going on. And she calls the state police, and, uh, I’m about, uh, I had dialed 911 and uh, and then Ron yells over “You can go ahead and let Q” and um, and the boys, cause he knows my boys by name, uh, come over, uh, and get the horse.
And while he’s standing there, Linda, uh, Sneed is in the background screaming her head off calling us, uh, all sorts of derogatory comments, racist slurs, uh, the slew of them, while my young children are standing here listening to it. Uh, I mean we’ve got a shop neighbor who has accused me of calling her, uh, uh, the “c” word, (11) and uh, you know, her Marine, her retired Marine husband threatened to kill me over it, uh, I mean, I have seen people call my wife, call us, call my children, talk in front of my children far worse than anything that I’ve ever even been accused of saying. Uh, and, uh, nobody’s gotten me in their face. (12) I have threatened to kill nobody.
And uh, but she was just screaming, uh, and it is. You can hear it in the other videos, like when she slammed her car into our car, you can hear her hostility. Um, but, Ron goes ahead and he allows my children to go over and get the horse and, uh, he yells over to me cause now I have a no-contact order. Uh, for the goats, when, uh, back in April of 2016, uh, we had to go court over the goats, and uh, I have a couple recorded conversations, now, I did record all of this, but back then I recorded a conversation of Ron saying it was okay and the county attorney still went after us and we went to court. He deferred it. It’s what they call “putting on the shelf.” And as long as you don’t get in trouble, or something, you’re not, um, looking at it but it’s just a goat-at-large charge. We’re not sure what the exact punishment’s gonna be, uh, but in that, um, Al Wilson and Lisa Luthi were in the courthouse. Uh, with Ron Sneed.
And Ron Sneed, on January 20, when I recorded him, and I’ll get to that, he told me he had never met them before. He had no idea who they were, before that. And, uh, that he was done being used by them because they call him up and try to get information and things like that but, he, uh, he yells over across the field, “hey” cause I can’t contact him.
Uh, but he doesn’t necessarily have a no-contact order around me. (13) So he yells over “Can I come talk to you.” And I, um, I just, you know, um, give him, you know, like I’m okay with it kind of a, kind of a thing and uh, I hit record. And uh, he knows I’m recording. He makes note of it as he’s walking over. Um, but the one thing, eh, in this recording, and we will release it, uh, we will, we will release it now that, um, now that things have been elevated, uh, to a very corrupt level, uh, he tells me that he has no problems with us. He has no problems with our children. He, he loves hearing our children laugh up here. That’s what he hears, is our children’s laughter up here. And that, uh, he’s fought, uh, you know, for thirty years, he fought in the Vietnam War and uh, just so everybody knows, ’cause there’s also a lot of smear campaign out there that we have no respect for soldiers and that I’ve actually called him a, uh, baby killer, (14) um, I have nothing but respect for my neighbor, and you can hear it in the recording, where Linda Sneed hit us, in late, uh, 2015, you can hear it in all the recordings as well as the recent one that I had with him. I’ve had nothing but respect for this man.
And up to this point, uh, we had been giving Linda Sneed a break because of the respect I have for Ron Sneed, who, who served his country under the pretext of fighting for liberty for thirty years. And, uh, he’s a wonderful man, I, I, uh, uh, besides being used by Al Wilson and, and whatever manipulation his daughter’s doing, uh, uh, he’s, he’s a great story-teller, uh, and my son, Jacob, had a real enjoyable time, uh, for the moments he did spend with him, uh, and it kinda broke my heart, uh, that, uh, it turned out like this, cause he was a decent neighbor, for so long. For, uh, at least two years, he was a very decent neighbor, uh, until, uh, Al Wilson got in touch with him.
And, uh, and of course, you know, it just, but um, in this conversation he goes on, he never once mentions a gun. He never once, uh, mentions my son’s aggression, or, or anything. Q is a very calm individual. Um, but he is 6’3”. And he’s a big boy. He’s about 175 pounds right now and he’s only si- he’s only sixteen. (15) Um, you know, but, um, but that’s what the recordings will show.
And it just breaks my heart that this is what’s going on. Um, my son is facing two misdemeanor charges, um, one disorderly conduct, I’m not sure what the first one is, it’s hard for me to read the writing, and the third one is a felony 1 endangerment, where he could be facing up to ten years prison. I mean, this is just ridiculous. All off of hearsay.
Now, I do want to add that, uh, these people, I took a picture, they had their phones, they had their smartphones out, cause they called the police, they took pictures of, uh, of my horse poop but not once did they take a picture of my son with a gun in his hand because he’s never had a gun in his hand. (16) We are not those kind of people. I believe, uh, Linda was flipping him off once, and it’s addressed in the conversation with Ron, and Q flipped em off, er, flipped her off back. And I, Q told me, and I told him that’s not who we are. We are not those people. (17)
And, um, because we’re not.
We’ve been accused of a lot of things that none of which has been substantiated. None of which. Um, I am going to do a few more of these live videos (18) cause my phone is about to die but I do want to just express that we are going to release this stuff, this is very pertinent stuff, there’s a lot of corruption going on, and a lot of things that we feel that need to be addressed and are gonna be addressed. We are not gonna be abused. We are not gonna be tromp-stamped on- stomped on. We’re not gonna just roll over and be quiet and take this. Can’t do it.
Uh, we, uh, we have too much to lose. We have too much love for our children, (19) and we have too much love for, for those who have, have died for our right to live and breathe as we see fit.
This is, this is unwarranted, uncalled for and it will be addressed.
Now, these people, Lisa, Sally, um, they’ve been stalking and harassing us, you can’t deny that, you can twist whatever you want, you can say whatever you want, you can twist that, oh, my wife giving somebody the finger in a picture is just instigating, we’re done. We’re fed up. It’s been 18 months of this.
I don’t know how, anybody else that can, that could have the patience we’ve displayed, uh, and like I’ve said, I’ll do more of these videos cause I think they’re, I would rather talk than type, but I do want to go further and express my love and my appreciation to the thousands and thousands, tens of thousands, of people who support us, who message us, who are inspired as we are inspired by so many as well. We ask that you guys keep vigilant and stay intuned and really understand the ramifications of our case. (20) The state came in and took –
- Uh, yeah, viral. Remember that, Joe? You wanted it. You got it. Quit whining about it.
- Sure. Like you agreed to meet Al and have breakfast?
- Exactly what we’ve been saying for a year or more. You blew through some of the money living it up in a motel, eating out. You abandoned the shitshack the second your kids were no longer there. Was the A/C nice?
- And they are worth exactly nothing. I’ll explain why later in another piece.
- Abandon your animals and this shit happens.
- For anyone who might seriously buy into this bullshit, go look at Joe in this video and in the one at the courthouse. Watch him. Remember that he is on camera knowing this is going to be seen by a lot of people. He’s on his best behavior. Now, imagine that you’re his ten-year-old kid and he’s just lost his temper. Imagine how he talks to his ten-year-old when he’s pissed off.
- Joe, you need to work on this. Coherent sentences help. What are you trying to say here?
- I promise, this is verbatim.
- Notice the use of the word “usually.” This has been happening frequently, far more often than Nicole says. Like almost daily. And it is a cause for concern when you live in the country. If your donkeys get out, like ours did, you go get them. And then you fix the god-damned fence. They used to have outright wars over shit like this, and telling your neighbor you won’t charge him for the “fertilizer” isn’t cute, it’s arrogant and stupid.
- No, you just plead guilty and take bargains over and over again and you are never, ever guilty of anything.
- Joe, it’s pretty much your favorite word. We have no problem believing you did it.
- What do you call rampaging out in the road and stopping a moving vehicle and yelling at everyone? Being neighborly?
- There is no “necessarily” about it. Ron has nothing against him at all. He made the complaint against you, dipshit, and you are the one who agreed to the waiver.
- You don’t, and I think you did.
- So the kid is tall. What’s the point here except to mention this as a veiled threat? You refer to him as the Enforcer. It’s really a bad idea, what you’re doing, Joe.
- Uh, yes, he has. Pictures, Joe. I think you didn’t mean what you said.
- Yes, you are “those people.” You are most definitely “those people.” You do it, and your kids, who are learning from you, imitate you.
- We can hardly wait.
- If you loved them, you’d provide for them. You don’t, therefore you don’t.
- Okay, will do.