Koch-Backed AFP Admits To Posting Fake Eviction Notices On Detroit Homes 'To Startle People'

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Koch-Backed AFP Admits To Posting Fake Eviction Notices On Detroit Homes ‘To Startle People’

Koch-Backed AFP Admits To Posting Fake Eviction Notices On Detroit Homes ‘To Startle People’

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The Koch-backed group Americans For Prosperity admitted to posting fake eviction notices on numerous Detroit homes Monday in order to “startle people” about a bridge project that the group opposes.

From the Detroit Free Press:

Bearing the words “Eviction Notice” in large type, the bogus notices told homeowners their properties could be taken by the Michigan Department of Transportation to make way for the New International Trade Crossing bridge project. The NITC is the subject of debate in Lansing, and Americans for Prosperity is lobbying heavily against it.

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