This Indiana town tried to force low-income families out of their homes by drowning them in petty fines

Screen Shot 2017-12-07 at 113917 AM Charlestown, Indiana, is a small town of about 8,000 people where the local government tried to force low-income families out of their homes by drowning them in petty fines so the land could be sold to build a fancy new development. This textbook case of the banality of evil sounds…



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  1. j.hoye Reply

    This happens in Hammond.

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