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Single dad fights to reclaim his house from Occupy Wall Street protestors after they seize it for a homeless family

 
Osirus
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Single dad fights to reclaim his house from Occupy Wall Street protestors after they seize it for a homeless family
A New York man says Occupy Wall Street protestors went too far after occupying his own home where he and his two children lived.

Protestors took over a man's house in Brooklyn and presented it to a homeless family after they found it vacant and believed to have been foreclosed on by the bank.

'Foreclose on banks not people,' a large yellow sign read above the house after the group celebrated its capture, opening it to a fanfare celebration complete with balloons, a rally and ample press.

Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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01/15/2012 07:34 PM
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Re: Single dad fights to reclaim his house from Occupy Wall Street protestors after they seize it for a homeless family
'I'm trying to get my house back, and they're trying to take it from me,' he explained his frustration to the Post.

Since the group occupied Mr Ahadzi's house on December 6, they have made renovations from the basement up which included knocking down walls and moving his furniture downstairs.

They said they were preparing for the Carrasquillo family's move in.

Six weeks after taking it over though, the family is reported to only occasionally stay at the home.

A visiting Post reporter found more protestors inside among mattresses on the floor than residents.


Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

This is really sad and crazy. I wonder why law enforcement can't stop them.
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01/15/2012 07:38 PM
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Re: Single dad fights to reclaim his house from Occupy Wall Street protestors after they seize it for a homeless family
SQUATTING = AWESOME.

'I'm trying to get my house back, and they're trying to take it from me,' he explained his frustration to the Post.

Since the group occupied Mr Ahadzi's house on December 6, they have made renovations from the basement up which included knocking down walls and moving his furniture downstairs.

They said they were preparing for the Carrasquillo family's move in.

Six weeks after taking it over though, the family is reported to only occasionally stay at the home.

A visiting Post reporter found more protestors inside among mattresses on the floor than residents.


Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

This is really sad and crazy. I wonder why law enforcement can't stop them.
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01/15/2012 07:40 PM
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Re: Single dad fights to reclaim his house from Occupy Wall Street protestors after they seize it for a homeless family
Why are they not in jail?
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01/15/2012 07:42 PM
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Re: Single dad fights to reclaim his house from Occupy Wall Street protestors after they seize it for a homeless family
'I'm trying to get my house back, and they're trying to take it from me,' he explained his frustration to the Post.

Since the group occupied Mr Ahadzi's house on December 6, they have made renovations from the basement up which included knocking down walls and moving his furniture downstairs.

They said they were preparing for the Carrasquillo family's move in.

Six weeks after taking it over though, the family is reported to only occasionally stay at the home.

A visiting Post reporter found more protestors inside among mattresses on the floor than residents.


Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

This is really sad and crazy. I wonder why law enforcement can't stop them.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2394678


you know, if they didn't have such shit gun laws in NYC im sure some gun point persuasion would get those home invaders out of the property. Alas, he will just have to try with a very loud and strong "please"
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01/15/2012 07:47 PM
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Re: Single dad fights to reclaim his house from Occupy Wall Street protestors after they seize it for a homeless family
That's the mantra - "collectivism and communal property".
Expect more of this as people who are on the dole go thru neighborhoods picking out the houses they want to live in weather someone lives there or not.
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Re: Single dad fights to reclaim his house from Occupy Wall Street protestors after they seize it for a homeless family
Why are they not in jail?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 7964455


Why isn't all of US Congress in jail?
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01/15/2012 08:26 PM
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Re: Single dad fights to reclaim his house from Occupy Wall Street protestors after they seize it for a homeless family
That is just horrible.
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01/15/2012 08:39 PM
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Re: Single dad fights to reclaim his house from Occupy Wall Street protestors after they seize it for a homeless family
why doesn't he just go to the cop shop and have them all charged with B&E, unlawful entry, vandalism and trespassing?
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Re: Single dad fights to reclaim his house from Occupy Wall Street protestors after they seize it for a homeless family
'I'm trying to get my house back, and they're trying to take it from me,' he explained his frustration to the Post.

Since the group occupied Mr Ahadzi's house on December 6, they have made renovations from the basement up which included knocking down walls and moving his furniture downstairs.

They said they were preparing for the Carrasquillo family's move in.

Six weeks after taking it over though, the family is reported to only occasionally stay at the home.

A visiting Post reporter found more protestors inside among mattresses on the floor than residents.


Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

This is really sad and crazy. I wonder why law enforcement can't stop them.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2394678


Because their higher ups (who planned OWS) don't want law enforcement involved.

Plus NY cops still have their heads up their asses after the ticket fixing scandal came to light...
"We must all hang together or surely we will all hang separately."

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01/15/2012 09:09 PM
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Re: Single dad fights to reclaim his house from Occupy Wall Street protestors after they seize it for a homeless family
Because their higher ups (who planned OWS) don't want law enforcement involved.

Plus NY cops still have their heads up their asses after the ticket fixing scandal came to light...
 Quoting: scottflex


I don't buy that.

I think the idiot has simply neglected to follow due process.

1) you go and file an affadavit and press charges
2)if the cops don't do their job you file a civil complaint and press criminal charges on the cops
3)you get 60 minutes, 20/20, Fox News, to do some investigative journalism; this is a big story, would sell news

I think he's an idiot, after he claims he is struggling to pay the mortgage and he rented an apartment, why didn't he rent the place out even at less than the mortgage just to recuce the negative income aspect adnd gain equity?
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01/15/2012 09:13 PM

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Re: Single dad fights to reclaim his house from Occupy Wall Street protestors after they seize it for a homeless family
Wish an attorney with balls existed.
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01/15/2012 09:15 PM
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Re: Single dad fights to reclaim his house from Occupy Wall Street protestors after they seize it for a homeless family
This story stinks a bit. I don't buy the sad single dad bs.
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01/15/2012 09:25 PM
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Re: Single dad fights to reclaim his house from Occupy Wall Street protestors after they seize it for a homeless family
burn it down (without the children in it of course)
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01/15/2012 09:30 PM
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Re: Single dad fights to reclaim his house from Occupy Wall Street protestors after they seize it for a homeless family
Thank you for this edition of fake news9
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Re: Single dad fights to reclaim his house from Occupy Wall Street protestors after they seize it for a homeless family
Wish an attorney with balls existed.
 Quoting: poster



no attorney needed

justr a little legal research and some paperwork





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