What is a nuisance?
A nuisance is described by google.com as “a person, thing, or circumstance causing inconvenience or annoyance.”  There is a difference between a “private” nuisance and a “public” nuisance. A private nuisance is defined as “an unlawful interference with the use and enjoyment of land.”  Whereas a public nuisance is defined as, “an act, condition, or thing that is illegal because it interferes with the rights of the public generally.”  Any act or omission to act is deemed as liable for counter-interference with best interests of the whole, which is always to report. Sometimes when judgment is not passed in the negative or the positive, a harm can occur, how we respond to harm matters, as to the extent that it brings us closure, should always be in the positive, to report. When no report is made, there is no evidentiary support on a timeline, for which decisions can be made as to fault, and purposes for fault placement upon others, as judgments in error may be passed as to the well being of others. When any judgment is passed as to the well being of others, that is called discrimination. Discrimination is used, to differentiate between the well and the sick, not for the purposes of publicly prosecuting individuals for faults they deem necessary before they are given an opportunity to be heard, that’s called a hate crime.