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September 13, 2005

New London home owner get eviction notices

From WorldNetDaily...

Despite Connecticut Gov. M. Jodi Rell's suggested moratorium on eminent domain cases in the state, pending the consideration of new legislation restriction property seizures by local governments, the city of New London has issued eviction notices to homeowners who lost their case before the U.S. Supreme Court in the landmark Kelo v. the City of New London ruling.

"They have sent us eviction letters and have given us 90 days to vacate," homeowner Michael Cristofaro told WND. "As further insult to injury, they are requiring us to send them $600-a-month rent."

Here's my question: if there are so many people willing to get behind the idea of evicting Supreme Court Justice David Souter from his home, to teach the Supreme  Court Justices that they too live under the laws they so cavalierly toss on us — then why isn't there just as big a movement to oust the city official in New London who brought the idiotic case in the first place?!? That'd be a great, grassroots effort in counteracting a bad SCOTUS decision.

Posted by Danny Carlton at September 13, 2005 05:54 AM

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