TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
September 1, 2017
SCHOLARSHIP GRANTS TO THE NEEDY AND UNDERPRIVILEGED STUDENTS HAS AGAIN BEEN DISCONTINUED
It is again with great sorrow that I report that the 30 allocated student scholarship grants to the underprivileged students for the 2017-2018 school year will not be provided as planned. Due to the continued discriminatory practices of numerous employees of the City of Cape Coral, their respective legal representatives, Robert Shearman, Richard Aiken, and the law firm of Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt, P.A., and the recent dishonest, unethical, and Judicial Misconduct of Judges John E. Duryea, Jay B. Rosman, and Alane C. Laboda of the 20 Judicial Court of Lee County, the excessive costs and damages incurred have depleted our scholarship account, and prohibited our planned distribution. (See attached list of responsible parties)
Unfortunately, as a direct result of the serious violations of our civil and religious liberties, and the overall bias, prejudice, and discrimination by the City of Cape Coral Florida; and actions by various other parties who conspired, aided and abetted, and colluded with them, scholarship grants by The Eleanor M. Nelsen Scholarship Fund to all high school seniors entering college has been temporarily discontinued. As of this date, and since the commencement of discriminatory practices by the City of Cape Coral, 112 low income students have now lost their respective scholarship grants.
Jerome Valenta, President
Haven of Divine Love,
The Nelsen Residence Inc.
Eleanor M. Nelsen Scholarship Fund
Since the City of Cape Coral illegally, unlawfully, discriminated, and vindictively condemned and closed down our Chapel and deprived and deterred our religious practices, 14 attempts of suicide have been made, 7 parties succumbed to depressed excessive drinking, 8 persons experienced psychological and emotional distressful situations, 1 party reverted to physical violence, 5 persons including 2 members of our clergy lost their homes, 32 low income senior and disabled persons lost some or all of their subsidized housing allowances, 112 low income students lost their respective scholarship grants, and countless others suffered physical, emotional, mental and financial harm. Our President had suffered 3 strokes as a direct result of their actions. These occurrences were all caused by the City of Cape Coral's deliberate actions with the condemnation of our religious Chapel, and the denial of our providing the necessary religious and humanitarian counseling that gave hope to those in need. After filing formal complaints and objections of their discriminatory actions, the City of Cape Coral embarked on a blatant attempt to cover up their wrong and caused additional irreparable harm to the less fortunate of our society. The domino and ripple effects of the City of Cape Coral's actions were capricious, and we will hold each and every party responsible and accountable to both God and man for the damages suffered to all of God's children. We humbly call on our creator to address the pain and suffering of countless human beings caused by their inhumane and un-Christian actions, and we expect that they will be fully addressed at each of their Judgment Day proceedings.
Whenever an innocent person attempts to commit suicide, succumbs to alcoholism, is emotionally depressed, despondent, becomes destitute, loses his home, loses his hope, etc. because of the actions of others, it is a serious moral issue and whatever is necessary must be done to disclose those who caused it to the world and attempt to disgrace them within their peers, and hold them accountable before God.
THE RESPONSIBLE PARTIES
THE FOLLOWING ARE PERSONS, DEPARTMENTS, AND PERSONNEL OF THE CITY OF CAPE CORAL FLORIDA WHO CONSPIRED WITH, COLLUDED WITH, COLLABORATED WITH, ENCOURAGED, ASSISTED, AIDED AND ABETTED, CONTRIBUTED TO, AND PARTICIPATED IN THE CONDEMNATION OF A HOUSE OF GOD AND THE AFTERMATH OCCURRENCES OF DENIALS OF RELIGIOUS PRACTICES IN VIOLATION OF THE RELIGIOUS FREEDOM RESTORATION ACT, THE FILING OF A SLAPP LAWSUIT, AND THE INFLICTION OF PSYCHOLOGICAL, EMOTIONAL, MENTAL, AND PHYSICAL INJURIES TO VULNERABLE PERSONS.
Michael H. Anagnos
Mayor Marni Sawicki and the entire City Council *See list below
City Manager John Szerlag
City Attorney Delores D. Menendez
Assistant City Attorney Steven D. Griffin
Robert C. Shearman; Richard Aiken; Traci McKee; Henderson, Franklin, Starnes, & Holt, P.A.
CODE COMPLIANCE DEPT.
Michael Van Deutekom
Harold S. Eskin
Bill Van Helden
Derrick L. Donnell
Stephen R. Olson
Derek C. Burr
Michael Burkhart Rebecca Van Deutekom, Clerk
CAPE CORAL POLICE DEPT.
Chief Bart Connelly
Chief David Newlan
Officer Heath Lee Roody
Sgt. Mark R. Moreal
Officer John A. Kuhn
Captain Anthony Sizemore