Deputies Refuse to Evict Vinia Hall, 103 Year Old, from Home on Tuesday

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103 Year Old Woman Vinia HallSheriff deputies and movers showed up to 103 year old, Vinia Hall and 83 year old daugther, Vita Lee’s home in Northwest Atlanta to remove them from their home. The movers were hired by the Deutsche Bank who has been in legal battle with the ladies since early this year. The bank is in a giant mortgage fraud by the government and is in lawsuit of $1 billion filed by the Justice Department.

The bank issued an eviction notice to 103 year old Vinia Hall and 83 year old Vita Lee when they have been living there for 53 years. That’s when Deutsche Bank (NYSE:DB) took action and hired the movers and sent the sheriff deputies to the home to remove them. Once they arrived and found 103 year old Vinia Hall and 83 year old Vita Lee, the movers and deputies decided not to go through with the removal and left.

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Tracy Flanagan of the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office said,“It was a cold, nasty day. When the deputies got there, all they had were names on a paper. You have to use sensitivity and take a second look at it.”

Vinia Hall said, “I knew that they know what they were doing. God don’t let them do wrong. Please don’t come in and disturb me no more. When I’m gone you all can come back and do whatever they want to.”

The family told WSB-TV that they have money to pay the Chase Bank for the house loan, but they have had troubles with Chase accepting the payment from them.

When asked about her home, Vinia Hall says, “I love it. It’s a mansion.” She’s going to be turning 104 years old in three weeks and said she just wants to live her last days in the place she’s called home for a little over half a century.

The stress hit 83 year old daugther, Vita Lee too hard. She had to be rushed to the hospital from the stress of the possible eviction happening.

Foreclosure is still going on across the United States and Daily Mail UK reported, “Of the 42.2million Americans who took out a mortgage between 2004 and 2008, 2.7million of those households have since lost their homes. The Centre for Community Capital at the University of North Carolina estimates that an additional 3.6million household are at ‘immediate, serious risk’ of losing their homes.”

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