Monday, February 20, 2012
Back on December 18, 2011, I wrote about the Occupy Wall Street movement's plans to occupy foreclosed homes. One question I asked was "How long, once the attention dies down and the crowds move on, will these poor people be allowed to remain?" There's a story at the New York Post (via Hot Air) that answers the question at least in one case (I have not linked directly to the NYP because I can't stand the trashy photos they put directly opposite their articles.) Perhaps some investigative journalist could do a more comprehensive story to determine is this Brooklyn situation is typical or an anomaly. My instincts say the former.