ALERT!! SOLEDAD CORONA ... REQUESTS YOUR SUPPORT!! TODAY, SATURDAY, MAR 16...AT 11 AM, WITNESSES NEEDED!! AS SOLY OPENS THE PUBLIC STORAGE UNITS WHERE THE BANK'S THIEVES PUT HER BELONGINGS... 4002 N MISSION ROAD, LINCOLN HEIGHTS. (CROSS STREET IS N BROADWAY). SHE WILL ALSO NEED ASSISTANCE MOVING HER BELONGINGS TO HER STORAGE UNITS. CALL SOLY AT 213-248-0010... PLEASE PASS THE WORD.!!!
SOLY REQUESTS OUR SUPPORT AS WITNESSES...AND TO MAKE A STATEMENT... SOLY WILL CONTINUE THE FIGHT AGAINST BANK OF AMERICA AND THEIR LAP DOGS, THE SERVICERS, THEIR ATTNYS, ETC. HOMEOWNERS WILL NOT BE BULLIED OR FRIGHTENED INTO SUBMISSION OR SILENCE!!
(originally posted on 2013-01-22: updated & reposted on 2013-01-31: corrected on 2013-02-01)
Occupy Fights Foreclosure has been working with Richard Castaldo to save his condo from foreclosure. Here are some press coverage on this case.
“Castaldo fought for his life 13 years ago in Colorado and will spend the rest of his life in a wheel chair. Now, he is fighting to keep his condominium in Southern California. Like millions of Americans, he is about to lose his home to foreclosure.” — NBC Los Angeles
Join #FuerzaHernandez, #PuebloLucero, #CasaPerez, and other Southern California homeowners, as they come together to announce united home defense front in the Los Angeles area on anniversary of Occupy Our Homes.
Event is a press conference, please come and support if you can. Lets share with all our independent livestreamers, bloggers, reporters.
Dirma Rodriguez had five minutes to gather her things and vacate the West Adams house she and her severely disabled daughter had lived in for more than 25 years.
As a property manager changed the locks, Rodriguez fluttered back and forth from the yard — where a pile of stuff lay by the kitchen stove — to her car, where her daughter, Ingrid Ortiz, sat screaming and crying.
How Rodriguez and Ortiz ended up in this predicament is a long, messy story that resounds with a misery all too common in this age of foreclosure.
Wednesday, January 4th was a long day for Rich, a ruddy-faced and Bronx-accented member of Occupy Los Angeles. There was an event planned that afternoon at the home of Faith Parker, a 78-year-old retired schoolteacher and mother facing foreclosure. The problem: Ms. Parker lived eleven miles away in South Central. Rich, 20 years homeless, rose early and began walking. “Sure, I could’ve bummed bus fare. But then you don’t get to see anything along the way,” he later told me.
Please share your foreclosure nightmare and some ways that worked and didn’t work to fight back…share the lawyers you’ve used both positive and negative. Lets use this page to bring and build awareness
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Why stay home when you can save a home?
Occupy Fights Foreclosures, affiliated with OccupyLA, stands up against the nationwide foreclosure crisis. We support, educate and empower homeowners at risk to save their homes from fraudulent foreclosure.