Frustrated Owner Bulldozes Home Ahead Of Foreclosure – “I wasn’t going to stand for that, so I took it down”

Most likely you all have already heard about this one… But I just wanted to point out the results to the survey on WLWT’s website.

Almost 80% agree with what he did… I bet we see more and more of this kind of thing in the coming months…

MOSCOW, Ohio — Like many people, Terry Hoskins has had troubles with his bank. But his solution to foreclosure might be unique.Hoskins said he’s been in a struggle with RiverHills Bank over his Clermont County home for nearly a decade, a struggle that was coming to an end as the bank began foreclosure proceedings on his $350,000 home.”When I see I owe $160,000 on a home valued at $350,000, and someone decides they want to take it – no, I wasn’t going to stand for that, so I took it down,” Hoskins said.

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3 Responses to “Frustrated Owner Bulldozes Home Ahead Of Foreclosure – “I wasn’t going to stand for that, so I took it down””
  1. dinsfla says:

    True but until one lives in his shoes and cannot get the attention of the source. The frustration that the US government or Judges are turning their heads on MILLIONS of frustrated homeowners when Imposters are stealing our homes ..enough is enough! One has to use what ever means have to send a message out and going into a teepee and blowing smoke out the hole just isn’t getting through to Obama!

    The White House is covering up the fraud by hiring the same criminals that created this mess to begin with. They are fully aware of this mess.

    Again I understand what you are saying but everyone has their own mind and the way they deal with life. It does not make them a psycho. These communities are detroyed with or without his help. They are full of black mold from sitting and eventually will need to be demolished because they are unhabitable.

    The US is taking care of others when they need to take care of the US tax payers who are now sleeping in cars, under tunnels, in the streets with their kids before trying to act like king of the world. Look around there is empty homes all around. We bailed the criminals out… now bail the families out and put them in these EMPTY homes.

    If you think it’s bad now…wait for the 2012 inflation!

  2. smallz says:

    79% means that people like to see a fight. Sorry, this reminds me of The LA Riots – Suburban edition.

    The people in South Central LA where so frustrated with the powers that be, they sadly took out their frustration on their own communities rather than taking it out on the source of their problems in a so-called act of “protest” aka “riot”.

    In an ironic suburban twist-of-fate, Mr. Hoskins decides not to take out his frustration on the source of his problems. But rather, he decided to demolish his own house to rubble in an act of “protest”.

    This begs the question: Is this a sign Mental health or powerlessness?

    Frustration should be re-directed back to its source instead of “kicking your dog” or just “letting shit roll downhill” as they say. And the criminal notion of “If I can’t have it nobody can” doesn’t speak much for character but makes great TV Drama.

    In Batman, Harvey Dents character cautions those in the fight against corruption that its very important not to become what you hate.

  3. dinsfla says:

    We ALL should be shocked at ALL THE BANK FRAUD that is really happening and ALL who are getting away with FORECLOSURE FRAUD…FOR NOW. Aside from maybe not getting a permit to take down the home he has the right as it is his house to do as he wishes. After all I am almost certain his house was paid for by in the bailout.

    Just as a car is issued a Destructive Title in a loss. This house may have had a Destructive Title as it stood via Wall Street.

    This is only the beginning of what is to be witnessed as a new norm all over the US. People are hungry from being unemployed, frustrated, impatient and ANGRY at the government who is now owned by these banks!



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