Anyway…with the truck messed up, the law was called. His brother broke the law by putting his hands on it without a policeman there or calling in a tow truck to do it for him. Even when you evict someone, if you choose to go inside the home and remove that person’s possessions, you have to have a policeman there to “chaperone”. The brother took the law into his own hands. My dad threatened to punch him in front of the policeman. The policeman said, “No you won’t” but I do think the police officer understood the frustration that my dad was feeling. Jack Parkinson was sober today as he had been yesterday, though I am quite certain that his brother claims otherwise. Actually, I know it for a fact since he said it on the video from yesterday. They are calling him crazy and drunk. What they do not realize is that they took everything that he valued and then threaten to destroy it. It would drive anyone crazy to have that happen to them. It would destroy anyone who spent their life working to build a home for himself and his family, only to have it taken from him. An entire life’s work is erased by someone and you are told to enjoy it. The verbal agreement he made with his brother in trust was not to have his brother keep the land. And yet, because he trusted a crook, he has to watch everything be taken away. It is more than him losing a home though. It goes much deeper when you consider the fact that he placed my mom’s ashes on the property that she loved. He built a memorial stone for her on the property that they built together. All of her is there. He grieves for her so deeply still and he is losing her all over again. That is enough to destroy anyone. It is enough to drive a person insane and I am unfortunate enough to have to watch my father go through hell on earth.