Sign Petition

Please Help a 74 Year Old Disabled Veteran Save his Home.

165 Signatures Goal: 200

Urgent, please help stop the City of Saint Paul, MN from condemning and bulldozing a 74 year old disabled Veteran's home. Several insensitive and mean spirited City government employees (bureaucrats) have been bullying this American Hero since 1995. They have intentionally destroyed his possessions, preventing our disabled Veteran Lenny from enjoying his home and have been violating his constitutional rights.



Note: A link to a printable version with pictures of this story is at: http://abusedveterans.x10.mx/ if you wish to email or fax this amazing story to your local news network.


Morris Hammons, standing to the left in this picture is a long time veteran friend of Lenny says; "Fellow Americans one of our nations defenders and my good friend Lenny Anderson needs your help NOW before it's too late!”


Please help by signing the petition to stop the bulldozers and save Lenny's home. Also it would be very helpful if you would be so kind to share this petition with your family and friends. Your love, prayers, and support are very much appreciated and Lenny thanks you for signing this petition.


The reason for the pending demolition:

The reason for the pending demolition of the home of Lenny, a 74 year old disabled veteran is because raccoons, are constantly chewingholes through his roof which thus far has caused over $7,000 in damage.


The City is doing nothing to help Lenny to prevent this ongoing out of control raccoon problem. They are telling him the City of St. Paul has run out of money for the Animal Control Office which formally helped with the ongoing raccoon problem that is destroying Lenny’s home. Please sign this petition and pray for justice to stop the evil City of St. Paul from destroying Lenny’s home.


Another veteran friend of Lenny, is asking people to help by signing this petition. “I see signing this petition an excellent way to show your love for this great nation. Please join us as we stand together as a nation to send a clear message to Washington that we will no longer accept the unfair treatment of our veterans who have put their lives on the line for all our nation’s people’s freedom.”


“Personally as a fellow Veteran I feel “The Battle of Anderson” has begun for our veterans and all American alike. Although our troop’s morale is very high, at this time we are extremely outnumbered and the odds are stacked against us. We are certain to lose this important battle for all Americans without your help. Please join us as we try to send a message to Washington “We are not going to take this anymore” by joining together as one nation under God by helping STOP these insensitive heartless City employees from bulldozingmy friend and your nation’s defender Lenny Anderson’s home. Please help make a difference by signing this petition and shareit with your family and friends. Your love, prayers, and support are very much appreciated. Lenny thanks you for signing this petition.”


Here is one of the most unimaginable types of abuse these City employees have been subjecting Lenny to: Previously, the City violated a protective Court Order for Lenny, signed by Judge Louise Bjorkman, destroying over $250,000 worth of Lenny's useable, valuable and saleable property, such as lumber, building materials, snowplow, trailers, boats, jet ski, rv/camper, picnic table, lawn mowers, tools, bikes, furniture, and family heirlooms.


$25,000 of the above items were stored in a new 20’ shipping container which was ready to be shipped to Montana. These City employees who removed this new 20’ shipping container and contents stored on Lenny’s property claimed they destroyed it. Six months later after further investigation, Lenny discovered the shipping container was not destroyed as the City claimed, rather the city was hiding the 20’ shipping container at one of the City Agent’s storage yards. When Lenny and the local Channel 9 News arrived to get Lenny’s property back the city had stolen from him, all of the $25,000 of valuable contents were gone. For more detail on this City story click here.


Again, thanks for all your help, kindness and prayers in this urgent matter, which are greatly appreciated! Sincerely, Lenny Anderson

link to a printable version with pictures of this story is at: http://abusedveterans.x10.mx/

Please note if you are interested in makea cashdonation to support our veterans please only use the fondly.com link and not the petition fundraising.

The proper funding link is: https://fundly.com/please-help-a-74-year-old-disabled-veteran-save-his-home



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Highlights

September 1
It's truly sad to see one of our Nation's Heroes being treated this way. I am going to see about helping Lenny make some of those needed repairs to his home to stop the City of Saint Paul from bulldozing it.
August 18
These evil City of Saint Paul, MN employees have just fired what many would consider a victory blow in their relentless attempt to make Lenny's life miserable. These terrible City employees just placed a condemnation notice on the window of Lenny's home as part of their spiteful plan to move forward with bulldozing his house. However, the Battle of Anderson is not over yet. The house, Lenny and his supporter are still standing and fighting on.
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    bose United States
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    Eran Fuchs
    2 years ago
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    Ryan
    3 years ago
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    Randy L. Doolittle
    3 years ago
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    Michael ortiz
    3 years ago
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    Gene Rogers
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    Helen Shipley
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    Dennis Nietering
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    Michael Tkach
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    Bill Dahn
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    Kristina Hooper
    3 years ago
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    Laura Kraus
    3 years ago
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    Steve Bauer
    3 years ago
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    Dennis Perry
    3 years ago
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