Painting on someone's property does not make it yours. Did they ask permission to paint? Someone needs to start holding these judges accountable. I don't think you can find any written law to support some of their judgement's.
Their so-called art is on property they never owned in the first place! Rather than punishing the owner, why don't you go after the thugs who think they can put their "art" wherever they want!!! Are there even any judges left anymore who don't have their heads up their @$$?
That's ridiculous!!!!!! His building he shouldn't have to ask those who vandalized it if it's ok he knocks down his own property!!! Wow!!
Not the owners fault to tore down the building, and the judge orders to pay a fine. This judge apparently doesn't need to be working in the court system whatsoever..this is one of the stupidest thing I've ever heard!!!!
I think we all know those “artists” will never see a dime of this. If he appeals the ruling there’s bound to be a sane judge somewhere in the system, right?
Based on that liberal illogic, if I let a contractor paint my home, I cannot ruin or change his paint job under federal law if he calls himself an artist? How about I call it vandalism and sue them since they don't have a written contract?
This can’t be true. But if it is, this country has sunk to a new level lower than anyone could imagine. The judge is an idiot - and not only wrong, but doesn’t even comprehend common sense. Graffiti is outright vandalism, not a something that should be protected.
In my city the city will ticket you for having graffiti on your property. So their inability to prevent vandalism (graffiti) costs YOU money and becomes your problem.
So lack enforcement saves the city money and creates revenues for them all at the same time.
He originally let them do the paintings and was involved with them something he should have never done he made the road for this to be called art not vandalism . He should have covered it as soon as it happened and not allowed them on the property .. so I don't feel bad for him .
That's like me scribbling on canvas of an artist's painting and demanding rights to my scribbles on his painting lol. This law is flawed a d judge is a complete moron. Art is subject to interpretation but that should only be allowed on one's own property...not others. SMH