bureaucrats gone wild
now, i can't say whether or not the city trash regulations for single-unit dwellings do or do not allow the setting out of authorized material before its pick-up day of the week, as i am only obsessed with the city trash regulations for multi-unit dwellings that prohibit the placing out of plastic, glass and aluminum recycling on, before or after all days of the week, but i can say that when bureaucrats become so full of themselves that they feel it necessarily to (possibly/allegedly violently) confront other citizens over the enforcement of their little petty bureaucratic tyrannies, that other other citizens will have something snarky to say about it.
the funniest part, i think, having met mr. wellenstein in person several times to discuss the fact that residents of multi-unit dwellings are denied the privilege of plastic, glass and aluminum recycling services, as are afforded other citizens for the same tax dollars, is picturing him having "poked him in the chest and bumped the officer's head with the brim of a cap". if only there would be cell phone video from civilian bystanders!
gunther, in all sincerity, i hope you get a 100% fair shake from the judicial process, and that the outcome is exactly as is deserved.