I’m sure there is always more to the story. NBC Miami reports that a woman and her family were forcefully evicted by police when the bank wrongly sold their home.

The family had bought the house for $260,000. The bank auctioned it for $87,000. And, the buyer came with the police, threw the furniture and all belongings in the street, and forced the husband, daughter and grandchildren from the home.

I’d call that a thorough job of kicking someone to the curb.

However, the bank auctioned the wrong house at the wrong address. Still, the homeowners had to appear before a judge and petition the court to restore their property rights.

We still put corporations ahead of people, don’t we?

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