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Re: Tell Your Lawmakers: Shut Down The New Debtors' Prisons

EbonyRose ·
If you think that's bad ..... Probation fees rise, firms profit and poor jailed Courts turn to for-profit businesses that specialize in collections Richard Earl Garrett is the lead plaintiff in the class actionsuit against the town of Harpersville, Ala. Mr. Garrett has spent a total of 24 months in jail and owes $10,000, all for traffic and license violations that began a decade ago. By ETHAN BRONNER CHILDERSBURG, Ala. — Three years ago, Gina Ray, who is now 31 and unemployed, was fined $179...
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Re: Tell Your Lawmakers: Shut Down The New Debtors' Prisons

Kocolicious ·
I always THOUGH you couldn't lock a person up just cuz they owe money. Except for taxes, collection agencies are breaking the law when they say folks can go to jail if fees are not paid. I saw a show on cable where the collection rep was telling this woman that if she didn't pay, the sheriff will come to her house and tell her to jail. But that was a lie-a scare tactic to get money....but! They are NOT suppose to do that. And I don't know about how the laws work in rural areas, I just know...
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Re: Tell Your Lawmakers: Shut Down The New Debtors' Prisons

sunnubian ·
I know that it used to be that a person could not be locked up for a debt owed, but now? These "States" have been quietly making their own laws, many of which are unconstitutional, so it now may depend on exactly which state you happen to live in as to whether or not a creditor can have you locked up. The same with wage garnishment. Wage garnishment was made unlawful, now I see, that it is no longer against the law for creditors to garnish people wages.
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Tell Your Lawmakers: Shut Down The New Debtors' Prisons

sunnubian ·
 DEMAND PROGRESS:  http://demandprogress.org/  Tell Your Lawmakers: Shut Down The New Debtors' Prisons Americans are in more debt than ever before, and the banks are going to new extremes to squeeze us for every last penny: If...
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"I spoke to a group of white bankers about reparations. It DID NOT go well"

sunnubian ·
"I spoke to a group of white bankers about reparations. It DID NOT go well" . . . Excerpts: Lehman Brothers business empire started in the slave trade JPMorgan Chase company is linked to slavery New York Life /its predecessor (Nautilus Insurance Company) sold slaveholder policies N M Rothschild & Sons Bank in London is linked to slavery Norfolk Southern is linked to the slave trade via The Mobile & Girard company USA Today RE: parent company, E.W. Scripps and Gannett, is linked to...
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Re: "I spoke to a group of white bankers about reparations. It DID NOT go well"

RadioRaheem ·
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Re: "I spoke to a group of white bankers about reparations. It DID NOT go well"

sunnubian ·
Can you post it? I don't have Facebook anymore. All Black people need to stay off facebook; choose another platform , etc., because there is something very nefArious about facebook, and because facebook is racist as hell about who they "ban"/block, etc., among many other things.
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Re: "I spoke to a group of white bankers about reparations. It DID NOT go well"

RadioRaheem ·
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