Homeless for The Holidays Rally Protesting Foreclosure Fraud, West Palm Beach Courthouse | Be there or be Homeless
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As already seen in many local, national, and international media outlets…
West Palm Beach Courthouse
WEST PALM BEACH, FL – Thursday, December 9, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., along the east and west sidewalks of the Palm Beach County Courthouse there’s a rally protesting how foreclosure fraud leaves many families, seniors and children homeless.
Samples of the fraud Epstein, Redman and others have exposed are more than one bank foreclosing in the same case, being foreclosed on a home with no mortgage, transferring mortgages from a defunct business, fabricated documents used to obtain foreclosure, lender break-ins, servicer induced default, and not receiving service of process and then foreclosed upon.
Already widely exposed is the “robo-signing” used for millions of property rights documents.
“Banks admit perjury and fraud! Indictments? NO! Rewarded with American homes? YES!,” exclaimed Epstein on ForeclosureHamlet.org. She got her feet wet in foreclosures as a nurse who regularly advocated for her patients with insurance, and just couldn’t stand on the sidelines while a brain tumor patient’s foreclosure paperwork didn’t look right. “It was like something struck inside me, like this is what I’m compelled to do. I can be a nurse for people caught in this foreclosure crisis.”
Redman found himself in the middle of the foreclosure pool when a relative was facing foreclosure and nobody had any answers to which of three or four supposed lenders owned and held the promissory note, not even the companies asking for payment. “This kind of stuff goes on all the time, and it’s everywhere,” Redman said. It was a natural for Redman, an online consultant, to start a website fighting foreclosure fraud.
Redman, Epstein, and many others agree that the foreclosure crisis reaches far and beyond the homeowners in foreclosure. It affects every one of us.
2pm – 5 pm Homeless for the Holidays Rally Downtown West Palm Beach at the Courthouse on the EAST & WEST side of the complex. The courthouse and its property are off limits so we must stay on the sidewalks around the perimeter.
If you plan on bringing a sign, it must not be on a stick (potential weapon).
Following the rally will be our monthly happy hour…
5:30 pm – ??? Homeless for the Holidays Happy Hour at E.R. Bradleys.
An informal gathering where we can relax, socialize, enjoy stimulating conversation, and use our collective brain power to make a positive impact on the Foreclosure Crisis that is annihilating our communities.
Hope to see you there!
Red = Off Limits
Green = Protest Area
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