A group of “vampires” marched to the Minneapolis U.S. Attorney’s office and the offices of JPMorgan Chase & Co., on Monday to demand a settlement that keeps people in their homes instead of just providing “blood money” by way of paltry settlement checks to people who wrongly lost their homes.
This action was part of #Not1MoreEviction national day of action, with actions in five cities.
As Halloween approaches, Occupy Homes MN said it had, “Marched on some of the scariest monsters of all, the blood-sucking vampires of the housing crisis, demanding a JPMorgan and Federal Housing Finance Agency settlement that will stop the bleeding of the housing crisis and keep Jaymie Kelly in her home.”
This week, as JPMorgan and the FHFA prepared to finalize a total $13 billion settlement with the Department of Justice, the fitm also filed a second eviction order for Jaymie Kelly, a Powderhorn homeowner who has lived in her house 30 years and paid for its value more than five times. Distributed by OneLoad.com