Toledo Man Streams Foreclosure Occupation Over Internet
May 4, 2010
Keith Sadler is a victim of the Greatest Bankster Heist in History. He lost his UAW job thanks to the premeditated de-industrialization of America and now the bank wants to take his home through foreclosure. On Monday, he was to be evicted from his home in Toledo, Ohio, but he has vowed to resist.
“Keith Sadler says he’s done everything he can to save his home near Bowling Green, but lenders won’t work with him,” reported the Associated Press. “The county sheriff says he’s given Sadler extra time to get things settled and that he has no choice but to evict him.”
“I am resisting this eviction through non-violent civil disobedience,” Sadler toldSwampBubbles. “It’s time to make a stand against this corrupt system.”
Sadler and the Toledo Foreclosure Defense League are peacefully occupying the foreclosed home by sealing themselves inside until the foreclosure is called off and a moratorium on all foreclosures is enacted. “While banks are being bailed out, people are being thrown into the streets. The time has come to take back our land and our communities,” said Sadler.
Sadler and the Toledo Foreclosure Defense League are streaming the occupation over Ustream, a network of channels providing a platform for lifecasting and live video streaming of events online.