Ron Rinck , at 74 years old, served America for six years in the US Navy in the Mediterranean, including combat in Lebanon. Banksters associated with major banks (including one in the headlines lately for being on the predatory side of business) transacted a mortgage with Ron and Sue Rinck in 2006 in the amount of $243,000, which after years of payments increased to over $400,000.
Ron and Sue Rinck were evicted from their home in Tannersville, Pennsylvania on January 7, 2013, in twenty degrees Fahrenheit temperatures. Locked out of their home, with their necessary medical supplies locked in the house they had just been thrown out of - supplies including not only pills for physical well-being, but also including a defibrillator and pacemaker equipment. Ron has had five bypass surgeries, and cancer of the neck which - when operated on - resulted in the loss of function of one of Ron's carotid arteries when the surgeon accidentally sliced it.
I spoke with Ron Rinck and Sue Rinck today, four times - and put them in touch with
their US Representative in Congress, after interceding myself with the Washington office of their Congressman - and the staffers sent Ron on a paper chase which doesn't do any good at this point. (Ron Rinck, after years in the real estate business, knows about that paperwork anyway, and the time is obviously long past for it.) The eviction was carried out illegally, and Ron knows this.
Please sign this petition to tell the President to grant the 52-part Pardon and Reprieve, which Ron and Sue are listed on for a reprieve; and please tell the President and Congress and the Pennsylvania Auditor General to do everything they can to place this eviction on hold, to allow Ron and Sue to catch their breath, and to restore justice in Pennsylvania for Ron Rinck and dozens of other people in Pennsylvania who have been victims of man-made disasters of injustice, and require emergency disaster relief in exactly the form requested on the 52-part Pardon and Reprieve.
January 8, 2013.
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