“The leaders of Wells Fargo and the members of their family should be afforded the right to feel safe in their private residence and we encourage all organizations choosing to demonstrate at private residences to abide by the law for the safety of the general public,” the Wells Fargo statement said.
“The law” in question only exists because some other victim of foreclosure took their case to the tony doorstep of Tim Sloan, the top financial officer for Wells Fargo.
“The safety of the general public” would be better served by rich bastards not stealing their property in the first place.
“The leaders of Wells Fargo and the members of their families* should [not] be afforded the right to [wallow undisturbed in ill-gotten gains] in their private residences” until they stop throwing their fellow citizens out of theirs. Get a clue, heartless wealthy scum.
Read a level-headed version of the arrest of Ana Casas Wilson.
* The Wells Fargo statement used the singular of “family” and “residence” as if all the leaders lived in the same house. Poetic, but wrong.