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Former Cuban Political Prisoner Wins Eviction Reprieve

Ana Rodriguez

No one can be deprived of their property without due process.

In the aftermath of the global financial crisis in 2008, countless banks were on the verge of collapse and had to go to the federal government, hat-in-hand, to be rescued from insolvency. They were given a lifeline by the American taxpayers.

Then, as the same American taxpayers who rescued the banks hit hard times, the same banks turned around and tried to save their balance sheets by starting the foreclosure process en masse, robo-signing and rubber-stamping forged documents during the initial phases of countless foreclosures on people’s homes.

This is the first victory of many to come. The American taxpayers are going to get their day in court.


Former Cuban political prisoner wins eviction reprieve | Miami Herald

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