Occupy Wall Street goons, too delicate to occupy outside spaces during the colder months, have taken over the home of a struggling New York father who has been trying to renegotiate his mortgage.
Foreclosure proceedings against the father, Wise Ahadzi, have been off and on for the past couple years, but the New York Post reports that Bank of America has verified that the father is “still the rightful owner” of the home.
Guess he’s not 99% enough to escape the wrath of the gimme-gimme Democrat front group, though.
[T]he family that OWS claimed to be putting into the vacant house has not yet permanently moved in. And it turns out the family is not a random victim of the foreclosure crisis, but cast for the part, thanks to their connection to the OWS movement.
OWS last week said it has spent $9,500 breaking into the house and setting it up for the homeless Carrasquillo family. A photo of the smiling family covers a window, under the slogan, “A place to call home.”
The head of the family, Alfredo Carrasquillo, 28, is an organizer for VOCAL- NY, a group that works with OWS. His Facebook page shows him in a “99 Percent” T-shirt at an OWS protest in November.
The Post visited the Vermont Street home last week — six weeks after OWS announced that the Carrasquillos were moving in — and the family was nowhere to be found.
In fact, the only people occupying the house were occupiers themselves.
Meanwhile, there’s another foreclosed home, this one in sunny Florida, I’d like to see Occupy Wall Street try to take over. Try tangling with that owner.