15 Occupy Homes Minnesota organizers face up to two years in jail for peacefully linking arms outside a house

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15 Occupy Homes Minnesota organizers face up to two years in jail for peacefully linking arms outside a house

15 Occupy Homes Minnesota organizers face up to two years in jail for peacefully linking arms outside a house

“The Chief of Police Stepped On Me and Then He Charged Me With Rioting”: Activists Face Jail Time for Defending Homes

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The police came at four in the morning with a battering ram to the Cruz home in Minneapolis, Minnesota. And that was only one of the five eviction attempts required to finally claim the home for the banks.

“After we had been peacefully occupying this house for over a month without any incidents, then they come in with a battering ram and blame us for disturbing the peace,” said Nick Espinosa, one of the organizers with Occupy Homes Minnesota, which has taken the lead in saving local families from being put out on the street.

The battering ram was just adding insult to injury—the Cruz family was being evicted through no fault of their own, because PNC bank had made a mistake in processing their payments. The Occupy Homes crew moved into the house to try and defend it while the sheriff’s department came once and then twice to evict.

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2 Responses to “15 Occupy Homes Minnesota organizers face up to two years in jail for peacefully linking arms outside a house”

  1. Ken Hansen says:

    This is crazy. The police state is being used to corral anyone who dares to stand up for their rights. Absolutely unbelievable.

  2. Lynne kushnir says:

    When a property is being refinanced who checks to make sure the title numbers correctly match the property being refinanced, ie, match the property being foreclosed?
    We just take for granted the Title company has our interests at heart, but Wouldn’t it be nuts if the property you refinanced wasn’t even yours? the adjustable note you signed then becomes a Bond, backed by a residential mortgage, payable to whomever is holder of it. Or better, becomes stock offerings in a tax free REIT. A REIT that buys empty properties or foreclosed properties.
    We are so worried a robo signer is putting our property into a Trust we don’t belong in, what if a foreclosure mill had foreclosed on a property that was not the one you lived in.
    Bottom line: check your survey or you have not checked all.

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