1. He sure would! The people who are involved in this unjustice should fess up, instead of making excuses to who is at fault. The poor women is blind for God sake. Have some compassion for others less fortunate.
    February 17, 2013 9:34 pm on Tax sale wreaks havoc with Cedar Lake woman's life
  2. The story of this poor women regardless who else lives in the house it supposedly belonged to her. I believe you can let anyone live in your home that you allow to. Maybe they are down and out too! What has become of this world? Being selfish is what it has become. What would it take to let this poor women stay in her house. It's obvious someone other than her is at fault into what happened. Someone got notice of a tax sale and didn't bother to tell her. How terrible that someone let this happen to her. I think we should start some kind of fund for her, so she can stay in the only home she has known for 54 years. I am appalled at the character of some people on here. Anyone who is involved in displacing this women should be ashamed of themselves!My faith in the kindness of mankind is wavering! There are people who are legitmately poor and need help and it is up to us as concerned , God fearing people to help those in a time of need!
    February 17, 2013 9:31 pm on Tax sale wreaks havoc with Cedar Lake woman's life
  3. Victoria Beasley has been a faithful employee and advocate for the safety of animals. She did what she felt was right and now the other animals are suffering because of LCAC's ego. How sad! My main concern is the treatment of the animals. The inmates were good for the dogs and the dogs good for the inmates. Who do I need to call to complain to about all this? We need someone who can help. It's very unfortunate that LCAC has to make threats to people who have only wanted to help! Someone has to have more authority over this situation. Oh, and Eight, the village obviously wants there idiot back for sure! You need to find your way home!
    June 13, 2012 2:29 pm on Protester threatened with charges
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