Ann Arbor, MI, Dec. 1: Protest at PNC Bank to Save Jerome Jackson’s Home

Demand PNC Bank and Fannie Mae
Stop the Foreclosure & Eviction of Jerome Jackson

12 Noon
Saturday
Dec. 1, 2012
South University and East University
Ann Arbor, MI

Jerome Jackson, a paraplegic since the age of 14, is facing eviction from a specially modified, wheelchair-accessible home that he has lived in since 2004.  CLS, funded by Wayne County, urged Jerome to move into the home, with a promise to pay the bulk of the mortgage payment, since he was on a fixed income.  Then in 2009, CLS reneged on their agreement, causing the foreclosure and threatened eviction.

PNC Bank, and now Fannie Mae (which insured the loan and bought the home at Sheriff’s auction), have refused to work with Mr. Jackson.  Join us in demanding that PNC Bank reduce the principal to current market value and keep Jerome in his home at a monthly payment that he can afford.

PNC Bank received bailout money in 2008 and other forms of public assistance from the Federal government. Fannie Mae, taken over by the US government in 2008, is owned by the taxpayers and voters.  President Obama has the power to issue an executive order to stop all Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac foreclosures and evictions!  He does it for “natural” disasters – he can surely do it for this economic disaster caused by the banks, and keep millions of families in their homes.

Initiated by the Moratorium NOW! Coalition, Occupy Detroit Eviction Defense, Washtenaw Eviction and Foreclosure Defense

wefd.org                                 washtenawforeclosures@gmail.com              734-707-1933
moratorium-mi.org               moratorium@moratorium-mi.org                     248-470-0296
peoplebeforebanks.org       evictiondefense@gmail.com

Sign the online petition at   moratorium-mi.org/petition-JeromeJackson.shtml

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