CNN Money published an article that states that many homeowners are staying in their homes without paying. The overall tone of the article is that Homeowners facing foreclosure have taken advantage of technicalities to stay in their homes for free. Once again the Media blames the Homeowners.
I find it amazing how such things as the burden of proof, evidence, and due process are called "technicalities" when Homeowners require Banks to follow these essential rules. Maybe i
On December 23, 2011, Mandelman Matters, a blogger on the West Coast and OhioFraudclosure,a blogger in Ohio, conducted a live Radio interview regarding the events surrounding a recent Delaware County, Ohio set-out. The Homeowner's name was mentioned a few times. The Attorney was referred to as only "the Attorney". Once during the interview the attorney's first name was mentioned. Throughout the interview the attorney is described as though he was merely a puppet reacting
The Occupy Movement announced December 6, 2011 as a Day of Action and determined that the spotlight would be focused on the Foreclosure Crisis facing our nation. Across the United States there were a number of events planned to bring attention to the people facing foreclosure and the families facing the prospect of being removed from their homes. The traditional media outlets ignored these events for the most part, and the bright light apparently grew dim.
On December 7,
In Atlanta, Georgia, Deputies arrived to evict the individuals occupying a home that had been foreclosed. It turns out that the occupants were a 103 year old woman and her 80 some year old daughter. The story has been carried recently by Ohiofraudclosure and a number of other groups attempting to fight foreclosures throughout the nation. Today, I received my electronic edition of the ABA journal, which ran the story along with a comment section. The comments mirrored thos