My question involves police conduct in the State of: Iowa
I tried to restate a problem to another board after an expression of incompetence, and that was deleted. So I will try to further boil it down here.
Does relevant evidence include prior 911 calls by a complainer stating that a lawful resident has no right to be in the same neighborhood and must be arrested at his nearby residence for appearing threatening? This complainer made these unilateral claims for years and sheriff once came to the tenant address and was told by the procured witness (also a resident of one of the various lawfully addressed properties along that road, all of which he is the landlord) to never return to tenant address for whatever future cause, and he agreed. Is the failure to prosecute either tenant or the 911 civil false claim(s) against private property/business/life pertinent to later prosecution for repeated unilateral claim(s), or even constitute a high crime? Is it legal to actively suppress defendant demands upon court to explain said prior 911 death threats against defendant?