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Foreclosed home owners out for revenge

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Published on Dec 4, 2008

There are 478 homes in Spokane that are involved in the foreclosure process. While that's lower than the national average, the condition former owners are leaving these homes is anything but average. KXLY4's McKay Allen reports.

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Reece Griffith
I would definitely do the same. Id tear the damn thing down. its legal
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kbforme
awwww poor bank inst going to make a profit fucking people over? i guess the trillion they stole from the treasury wasnt enough?
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relikvija
Fuck the banks
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Retroman
Fuck the banks. If this happened to me I would torch the place
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Ben G
The banks caused this mess, they got bailed out at the homeowners expense.  they cause mass layoffs.
Andy Simmons
boo hoo hoo....suck it, banks.
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qik78u
cant stop them it was their house before you banker cunts took it from them
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LegalizeLiberty420
funny thing is, anyone couldve done the damage, unless they can prove otherwise...keep trashing them!!!
MultiGazman
 I encourage EVERYONE to demolish their homes when banks try to steal it from them.
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Catdude5000
While I'm not advocating that foreclosed-upon people have a "smash-and-trash-fest" on the way out, what we're not getting in this video is what I'd consider a fair and balanced story as to why this sort of property destruction is going on. Banks which had a field day with predatory lending and mortgage fraud, and which crashed the economy as a result, have frequently been poor citizens in helping to keep people in their homes.  The US government–sponsored mortgage-bundling enterprises Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have been even more heartless than the banks in evicting people.  That real-estate agent featured in this video who seems to show a sense of persecution and revulsion at what is thrown at his feet by a seemingly endless mass of human swine really needs to ask himself as to why so much of this destructive swine-fest is going on. That agent is not the one who is suffering the most, given the criminal nature of the banks and their allies — he gets a commission on every seized property he sells, and probably doesn't have to face eviction himself.
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