A new interview of Soly Corona was recently aired.
0:18 - "I've spent over 40,000 dollars trying to get my home back. That's all we want. It's just to pay our mortgage."
0:35 - "[Evicting families] is what they do. They create blight in communities. It's sad. It's tragic, actually. Then I haven't lived with my daughter since. That's what they do. They break families up. They throw you into the street. They hold your money. They lie to you."
Having committed crimes such as dual tracking, robosigning, and forgery, Bank of America evicted her family during holiday season despite Bank of America's Holiday Moratorium not to foreclose, evict or displace during the holidays. [source 1, 2, 3]
On Dec. 14, 2009, MERS sold her home to Bank of America's BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, formally known as Countrywide Home Loans, for $9 per the LA County Assessor's records after approving her for a loan modification and holding both her payment and her completed application.
On Dec. 14, 2012, Bank of America and the LASD, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department evicted her family.
On Dec. 23, 2012, the Corona family together with Occupy Fights Foreclosures reoccupied her family's home.
On Jan. 21, 2013, the LAPD, Los Angeles Police Department evicted Soly's child while Soly was out of town. They had no jurisdiction to evict her family but kept her family out by pressuring with a potential arrest by trespassing her own property.
In the interview below from last December, Steve Whitmore of LASD said they would not displace families during the holidays and they did. Bank of America promoted they would not displace families, and they did.
source: CBS Los Angeles
Occupy Fights Foreclosures support the class law suit against Bank of America's holiday foreclosures by breaching their own pledge, including Soly. Soly Corona will continue to fight Bank of America's fraud that produced one more homeless family and a family-less home. Stop Fraudclosures!
Casita Sol Corona (Lincoln Heights at 2200 Daly St. Los Angeles, CA 90031) is the home of Corona family, who got wrongfully evicted by Bank of America's illegal practice called dual tracking and broken promise during the BoA's own Holiday Moratorium.