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Post  Internet Justice on Fri Sep 27, 2013 6:13 pm

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 Posted 3/11/2013 8:45:28 PM    



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What I have a real problem with is that this individual claims to be a Master Builder and a professional technician. His work present and past says otherwise...

This Batmobile was promoted as a Bob Butts body; it is clearly not a Butts Batmobile as XXX has claimed to the client. Also the neutral safety switch in the transmission was not hooked up. The vehicle can be started in gear. When started it would immediately take off in the direction the car was pointed. As we were riding down the road I asked Lenny don’t we need to wear seat belts his reply was “no because neither of the two seats were bolted to the floor!” This build was a three year endeavor for XXX, considering that XXX holds no real job and the amount of money involved he could have built a much better Batmobile for his client.

As for his 89 Batmobile Lenny stated to several people in Greg’s fiberglass shop that the 89 Batmobile was nothing more than a pile of junk that was thrown together. He went on to say that XXX was unable to get it to run or a drivable condition. Lenny did say that XXX did what he could do with the car then turned it over to the client to get it into drivable condition.


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Re: NUMBER # 12

Post  Internet Justice on Fri Sep 27, 2013 6:27 pm

' As for his 89 Batmobile Lenny stated to several people in Greg’s fiberglass shop that the 89 Batmobile was nothing more than a pile of junk that was thrown together. He went on to say that XXX was unable to get it to run or a drivable condition. Lenny did say that XXX did what he could do with the car then turned it over to the client to get it into drivable condition. '

THIS IS ONE EXAMPLE OF WHERE KEVIN NODEMAN SHIFTS THE WEIGHT OF HIS ISSUES ONTO ANOTHER PERSONS NAME TO CONTINUALLY CYBER ASSAULT XXX WORK.


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Post  Internet Justice on Fri Sep 27, 2013 6:30 pm

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KEVIN NODEMAN HARASSMENT - STALKING 6/18/2012

Post  Internet Justice on Fri Sep 27, 2013 6:37 pm

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 Posted 6/18/2012 6:09:50 PM      



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I received an email from another member...
It has come to my attention that XXX has contacted another board members place of business, to try and file a complaint on him. Is their nothing this person won’t stoop to try and cause trouble with CLTC board members?

Too bad he doesn’t work for a living, so I could place a call to his place of business. Maybe if he had a real job he wouldn’t have so much time on these boards bothering people. Here’s a novel idea how about getting a real job and bring a real pay check so you can see how real people conduct themselves?


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Re: NUMBER # 12

Post  Internet Justice on Sat Sep 28, 2013 12:17 am

KEVIN'S STATEMENT - 3/11/2013

'As we were riding down the road I asked Lenny don’t we need to wear seat belts his reply was “no because neither of the two seats were bolted to the floor!”

THIS IS AN EXAMPLE WHERE KEVIN FABRICATES A STORY OVER SEAT BELTS TO ADD FICTIONAL CONTENT REGARDING SEATS.
IF KEVIN WAS EMPLOYED BY ANY FLORIDA POLICE DEPT AS HE INDICATED HE WOULD WELL KNOW THE LAWS PERTAINING TO TRAVEL IN ANY VEHICLE WITHIN THE STATE OF FLORIDA.




Florida Mandatory Seat Belt Laws


State of Florida Seat Belt Laws

In a car crash you are much more likely to be killed if you are not wearing a seat belt. That is why Florida has seat belt laws. The law states that the front seat passengers must wear seat belts. This law applies to any car manufactured since 1968. in addition, all passengers under 18 years old must wear a seat belt or be otherwise restrained by a child car seat. It is against the law to operate a vehicle if all the passengers do not meet these standards.

The cost for a seatbelt violation is $30. Below is a summary of the Florida seat belt law. For a child that is not properly restrained the violation is $60.

Summary of Mandatory Seat Belt Laws

Seat belt laws apply to all cars, pickup trucks, and vans operated on Florida roads.

All passengers in the front seat must wear a seat belt.

All passengers under 18 must wear a seat belt

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