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“They shoved me in the back of the car and started slapping me, tore my shirt and harassed me for about two hours while they were drinking in the car, parked under a bridge.”
A new report from Congress has detailed the ways four corporate landlords made big bucks while normal people suffered during the eviction moratorium.
Pretium Partners has been accused of evicting tenants in majority-Black Georgia counties at seven times the rate it did tenants in majority-white Florida ones.
He was apparently fed up with eviction restrictions, law enforcement sources told VICE News.
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"We are just informing our tenants what WE will do according to the election results,” the letter says.
“I’m certain they’re aware it’s illegal, and I’m certain they don’t care.”
“My wife and I spent hours talking about it and feeling bad that it wasn’t enough and we couldn’t do more,” the landlord told KNTV.
“Such behavior is despicable, and it is illegal,” Attorney General Bill Barr reportedly wrote in a memo.
“After the truth came out, I felt overwhelmingly violated and vulnerable,” the tenant told VICE News.