Rally Against Bank Of America Home Foreclosure

Rob and Debbie Henry of Southgate are one of many families fighting to remain in their home -behind in their payments they signed a loan modification deal with Bank of America. They say the bank switched the terms of the contract and asked for $34,000 up front when the loan was sold to another entitiy, Fannie Mae. (WWJ:Pat Sweeting)
Rally BofA Foreclosure (1) Rob and Debbie Henry of Southgate are one of many families fighting to remain in their home -behind in their payments they signed a loan modification deal with Bank of America. They say the bank switched the terms of the contract and asked for $34,000 up front when the loan was sold to another entitiy, Fannie Mae. (WWJ:Pat Sweeting)
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Rob and Debbie Henry of Southgate are one of many families fighting to remain in their home -behind in their payments they signed a loan modification deal with Bank of America. They say the bank switched the terms of the contract and asked for $34,000 up front when the loan was sold to another entitiy, Fannie Mae. (WWJ:Pat Sweeting)
Rally BofA Foreclosure (15) Rob and Debbie Henry of Southgate are one of many families fighting to remain in their home -behind in their payments they signed a loan modification deal with Bank of America. They say the bank switched the terms of the contract and asked for $34,000 up front when the loan was sold to another entitiy, Fannie Mae. (WWJ:Pat Sweeting)

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  1. enrique says:

    Did you write that 300,000 was the SMALLEST isetmate of the crowd? CBS used an isetmate from a firm that uses aerial photographs to count people (including thos under trees and in portable potties; Glenn Beck followers are FULL OF S***T after all) and they came up with a baseline figure of 87,000 +/- 10%…thus a possible 96,000 headcount. The Christian Science Monitor interviewed an analyst of the data, and he’s sticking to the 87,000-96,000 figure. If Ed Schultz et al attract the SAME number of people in attendance, the ultra-conservative far-right-wing conservative media will claim that only 87,000 people showed up.

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