Q: do I havex a case here? Defamation, nonviolent threats/ inxtimidation, illegal search of house/shed, and discrimination?
violation of 4th amendment in Kentucky, no reasonable suspicion no warrant and no probable cause, all recorded on home security, and no evidence was found. search was ordered to former chief of police by local City Manager, who for 3 years openly has made his hatred for myself clear verbally, by physical non violent actions, by way of threats of loss of income/job, defamation of my character, and threatening to ban me from property hindering me from completing my job and ultimately forcing me to lose my employment. thankfully has not happened as of yet. city employees have ran me down and lied and even went as far as to try and fight me, all in order to cause me to lose my job. each time the city manager was made aware he brushed it off and laughed. fast forward to a month ago and he lets my boss know that one more incident and he is banning me from all city property. every incident i have been involved in that he states is a lie that never happened. chief says he will tell the truth.
A: You need to consult an employment discrimination lawyer and flush out all the facts involved. This is far too complex factually to properly answer here.
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