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Occupy Cleveland halts sheriff sale

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Published on Mar 5, 2012

Every Monday morning, the Cuyahoga County court system is handed over to thieves in an organized crime racket through what is known as a "sheriff's sale". Cuyahoga County fraudulently seizes people's homes without ever seeing proof of ownership from the banks seizing them. The county then "sells" these seized homes back to the banks, which then leave these bank-abandoned homes to rot.

On March 5, 2012, Occupy Cleveland briefly halted a sheriff's sale with a mic check on the inside, and dozens of protestors outside the glass wall of the room. Over 70 homes were scheduled to be sold, and for a moment, Occupy Cleveland gave those families hope. Five protestors were arrested, charged with disorderly conduct, and released in about an hour.

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