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CBS 60 Minutes video examines Cleveland foreclosure crisis but not corruption by common pleas court and Sheriff Reid with Chase Home Finance

Black On Black Crime, Imperial Women, Occupy Cleveland, Jobs With Justice To Picket With ESOP At Chase Bank Over Corruption, Foreclosure Fraud

National political news and local news from the Cleveland metropolitan area brought to the community from and Grassroots groups including Black on Black Crime Inc., the Imperial Women, Cleveland Jobs With Justice, the Northeast Ohio's Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign, Stop Targeting Ohio's Poor, Occupy Cleveland and a host of others will rally over corporate greed and malfeasance with the sponsoring group Empowering And Strengthening Ohio's People (ESOP) on Tue., Dec 6, at 11:00 am at Chase Bank in Cleveland Hts., Oh at 12388 Cedar Rd. (Editor's Note: Cleveland Hts. is a suburb of Cleveland that is 43 percent Black. In addition to Cleveland, it borders Shaker Hts., E. Cleveland, University Hts. and other cities of Cuyahoga County. Like Cleveland, it too has been hit hard with illegal foreclosures furthered through corporate fraud that is tearing at the fabric of the middle class commu

Sherriff Stopped By Occupy Cleveland From Evicting Foreclosure Family, Cleveland Jobs With Justice Wants Corporations To Buy Back House To Donate Back

Cuyahoga County Sheriff Bob Reid Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson U.S. Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas Judge Lance Mason Cleveland Ward 16 Councilman Jay Westbrook Cleveland Ward 14 Councilman Brian Cummins Occupy Cleveland Member Leatrice Tolls (center) Debbie Kline, Executive Director of Cleveland Jobs With Justice Occupy Cleveland Member Erin McCardle Occupy Cleveland protesters at a rally in front of Cleveland City Hall last month From the Metro Desk of The Kathy Wray Coleman Online News Blog.Com ( ) (Kathy Coleman) and Cleveland Urban News.Com ( Occupy Cleveland stepped up its community activism this week, making camp in the backyard of a White family on Cleveland's west side torn by foreclosure that was moments from being homeless and on the streets during changing weather and a fast approaching holiday season. Cuyahoga County Sheriff Bob Reid, who had sold the family's home a