Disabled man may be evicted from Oakland, CA home


Disabled man may be evicted from Oakland, CA home

Disabled man may be evicted from Oakland, CA home

It took one person Tanya Dennis who almost lost her home to come to his rescue and…NOT the government!

Banks got Bailed Out and homeowners got Sold Out!


An East Bay homeowner is poised and ready for Alameda County Sheriff’s deputies to arrive to evict him from his foreclosed home. It’s a David versus Goliath story with a legal loophole. The disabled community activist says the bank committed fraud and he’s using an unusual legal tactic to stay in his home.

“I’m not nervous, I’m mad,” said Leonard Wilson.

Wilson has lived in the house for 26 years, but he says an increase in his monthly mortgage payment from $2,000 to $3,900, combined with identity theft, has left him on the verge of homelessness.

“It would be different if I had a place to go. I don’t have anybody left here that’s helping me. The only person that is helping me is Tanya Dennis,” said Wilson.


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