Or, rather, the absence thereof.
For years, a black robed intestinal worm made a habit of trespassing on somebody else’s property until, one day, he claimed that his illegal behavior had led to an “emotional attachment” to said property.
The result? His thoroughly corrupt buddies and cronies in the “legal” system promptly awarded him with 34% of the property. I wonder how much he paid them to come down with that verdict.
Oh, and the property owners spent $100,000 in legal fees trying to defend their own property from “legal” theft, money that they most likely won’t ever see again either.
Yet another good reason to shoot trespassers on sight. Or, if you want to save the ammo, a good rope and a tree will do the job just fine. Leave his rotting carcass dangling on the property pour encourager les autres.
Rope. Tree. Judge.
You know the drill.