Foreclosure Victims Protesting Wall Street Impunity Outside DOJ Arrested, Tasered

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Foreclosure Victims Protesting Wall Street Impunity Outside DOJ Arrested, Tasered

Foreclosure Victims Protesting Wall Street Impunity Outside DOJ Arrested, Tasered

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Hundreds of foreclosed homeowners and housing rights activists rallied outside the Justice Department on Monday, May 20, to demand that Attorney General Eric Holder prosecute the Wall Street bankers responsible for the financial collapse and foreclosure crisis.

The protest lasted overnight and into Tuesday morning. Overall, 27 peaceful protesters were violently arrested – 17 on Monday and ten on Tuesday morning – and at least two of them were Tasered by officers from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Video footage taken Tuesday morning shows three police officers subduing and then Tasering Carmen Pittman, an Atlanta homeowner who fought tirelessly to save her grandmother’s house from foreclosure in 2011. When asked for their names, those who were arrested identified themselves with the names of Wall Street bankers who, they believe, should be arrested.

The action was organized by the Home Defenders League.

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One Response to “Foreclosure Victims Protesting Wall Street Impunity Outside DOJ Arrested, Tasered”

  1. Sarah says:

    This is outrageous, I have been in and out of this building many times, now admittedly this was back in the 80s. To see cops casually shocking people engaged in peaceful dissent and herding them away in vans is pure maliciousness.

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