Foreclosure notes 11/3 – 11/13

Is This What It Must Come To To Stop the Banksters? (Daily Kos)

The suicide of Amala Egana, about to be evicted from her home, has triggered a national revolt against bank practices and foreclosure laws in Spain.

Tuesday Nov. 13, civil disobedience protest at the German Consulate in Los Angeles. (Democratic Underground)

#FortLucero and Occupy Fights Foreclosures is planning to take direct action against Deutsche Bank to let them know that we won’t back down until the Lucero family can keep their home. If Deutsche Bank has their way in court, the Lucero’s could lose their home as early as Wednesday. But with your help and some Direct Action, Deutsche Bank might make other plans.

Occupy Monterey Peninsula: Occupy Foreclosure Auction Rally (Before It’s News)

Occupy Monterey Peninsula (OMP) will hold a Foreclosure Auction Rally in support of longtime Prunedale resident, Mark Reed, facing a foreclosure auction 8am, Tuesday, 13 November 2012. While all such auctions are open to the public and generally held out of doors, this particular foreclosure auction will occur inside the FOX Theatre, 241 Main Street, Salinas… Picket line: 8am on Tuesday, 13 November 2012 outside of the Fox Theatre, Salinas, CA.

Snellville therapy center battling ‘wrongful’ foreclosure (Gwinnett Daily Post)

Served an eviction notice last week, Parkwood Farms is being foreclosed upon. Wrongfully so, its founder said… Occupy Atlanta’s Tim Franzen helped organize a press conference Monday, bringing together several of the therapy center’s volunteers and student families… “I really don’t care what the law says,” Franzen said, “the fact is we’ve got an amazing program that is willing to pay, that has money, that has really been dual-tracked by a bank.”

Marching through Detroit neighborhood to protest eviction (Youtube Video)

Neighbors and Eviction Defense activists march through Detroit’s Rosedale Park neighborhood Nov. 10 to a Bank of America branch to urge the bank and Fannie Mae to stop eviction proceedings and make a reasonable offer to keep the Cullors family in their home of 23 years.

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