Contact: Sandra Williams [530-867-0671] [email@example.com]
SUISUN CITY, CA --
Less than two weeks after Sheriff's deputies and local police broke into the home of a 52-year-old disabled woman in a wheelchair, and evicted her and her family at gunpoint, she said Occupy volunteers will help her remove her belongings. She has called a press conference during the removal, starting this Monday (April 8), at about 10:30 a.m. (1215 pheasant drive, Suisun City).
Sandra Williams, a disabled African American mother of an injured Afghanistan War veteran, was told by a bankruptcy judge March 28 that he would give her no more time to resolve questions about foreclosure. Then, just hours later deputies and local police, who didn't identify themselves, pounded on the doors of the Suisun City home (breaking the front door) and -- and at gun point removed everyone in the home, including a Latino caretaker.
Ms Williams suffered an asthma attack and had to be rushed to the hospital after the home invasion. She had just been released from a two week stay in the hospital, Ms.Williams, now homeless, maintains she was illegally foreclosed on, and that she is a victim of identity theft. She said she has three different deeds of trust, and that someone used her personal identity and the notary public's information to record a false deed of trust on her home. She told that to the judge, but he didn't listen. Neither did deputies and police.