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Re: “Peachtree-Pine to be free at last

Did anyone else posting here actually read the facts of the case? The Task Force is suing in our public court system, so those actual facts, minus any reporter's spin or opinion, are available to the public.

Pay attention to those facts from public legal documentation of the case, and you might notice a trend:

-In 1997, the Task Force opens the homeless shelter in the Peachtree Pine building donated for that cause.

-The Task Force fails to pay its bills.

-In 2001, the Task Force mortages the building that had been donated to it.

-The Task Force still doesn't pay its bills including its new mortgage.

-In 2010, after years of non-payment and despite forbearance proceedings, the building's notes have to be sold when the lenders can no longer afford the Task Force's nonpayment of the notes.

-Despite foreclosure proceedings, the Task Force also does not pay the new company that bought the notes.

-Due to the Task Force's continued nonpayment, the new company has to default on its note and tranfers the building's deed to the new company's original funding company.

-In 2010, that funding company begins its foreclosure proceedings.

-In 2010, the Task Force, apparently feeling the noose tightening around its neck for its years of nonpayment on its bills, begins filing lawsuits claiming conspiracy DATING BACK TO 2008 on the part of multiple parties who were allegedly working to deliberately dry up its funds and force it out of the community.

Anyone else notice an issue with that timeline? Even assuming the supposed conspiracy from 2008 onward was real, why exactly weren't the bills paid from 1997 to 2008??? If I didn't pay my bills for over a decade, I'd expect to get evicted too. Folks, that's not politics. That's just simple law.

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Posted by Willing_To_Research on 02/09/2012 at 5:44 PM

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