OK to sell widow's home over $6 bill, judge rules
In this file photo from Aug. 19, 2013, Eileen Battisti sits on the stairs in front of her home in Aliquippa, Pa.
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#1 Apr 28, 2014
THE CASE OF THE HOME TAKEN FROM EILEEN BATTISTI
What is going on in America that for $6 miserable dollars we "LEGALLY" steal the home of a widow? The fact that she received or not a letter advising her of the sale is irrelevant., what is very relevant is that the $6 could have been added to the taxes of the following year, but the town rather keeps adding interest to the debt and eventually permits her house to be sold for less than half of its value. NO ONE in the city would love to be treated the same way. Americans have lost the good heart they used to have and it is pitiful. SHAME ON ALL!!!
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