A family Ohio were in for a nasty surprised after they returned from a visit out-of-town visit to a dying relative to find someone else had moved into their house.
Their outrage has now turned into a court battle, pitting them against a man who says he has the court documents to prove the house is now his.
Robert Carr moved into the home that had been occupied for 21 years, changed the locks and emptied the house.
The suits are also used by so-called sovereign citizens, who believe they alone get to decide which laws to obey – particularly tax and property laws — based on what they determine to be the founding fathers’ intent.
The antigovernment movement has grown in recent years and is rooted in the anti-Semitic, anti-black and anti-tax Posse Comitatus movement of the 1970s and 1980s.
With as many cases of this we have been hearing about, why in the heck haven't laws been written to stop this BS???
I can't even imagine having this happen. Or how I would react to it.
Probably not very legally, I can bet.
I'd burn it down before I let somebody else take it and keep it. It would be well worth the jail time if everything else failed. This is ridiculous and I would be tempted to burn it down just so they couldn't live in it UNTIL the case was heard.
Cut off your nose to spite your face? Maybe just a bit.... but so worth it IMO. I'd be damned if someone else would take something that I worked long and hard for.
To me this is being done by someone sanctioned by PTB and black ops to make sovereign movements look bad.
In any case, I would have some big mean people remove him and slap him with an enormous law suit for all the things missing. He'd be in jail in the end.
James Gilliland, after being targetting and having authorities trying to shut him down for years on his own ranch, his own land, where they tried to tell him his own home was unauthorized building, is now a sovereign citizen.
Something similar happened to me with a homeless couple I tried to help. It was a nightmare. Still haven't gotten property back since the courts make it so hard (civil matter). It's devastating. Was a motor home. Takes a lot of money and time to fight these things. Then - do you even want the property back (house yes but...).
How is this clown claiming they 'abandoned' their property???
Tell ya what, they'd need the coroner to get this guy out of my house if he tried to do that to me...
ETA: forget the coroner, there are ALOT of caves up in the Uwharries near me, you know what I mean?edit on 12/2/2013 by HomerinNC because: (no reason given)