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Outside it may have been chilly, but inside Jodie's house there was hot soup, scones, a man with a guitar, and a woman wrapped in a quilt.  I'm sure the banksters would not have approved.

Day 3: The Realtor Arrives. The Realtor Threatens Jodie. Jodie Stays.

Day 2: Update on #DefendJodie, The Woman Undergoing Cancer Treatments About to Be Evicted From Her House.

Day 1: If I'm in Jail When They Call Ohio Tomorrow For Obama...

Today's Status Report:

Our text alert system continues to grow. It has doubled in size over the last week and a half.

We are fielding requests from local papers and blogs for interviews with Jodie, so stay tuned for more media on #defendjodie.

Today also was a phone blast day to pressure Morgan Stanley to negotiate with Jodie.
Congratulations everybody!

When we last checked, John Sheldon's phoneline at Morgan Stanley/SF shutdown because it was getting so many calls! Calls are going straight to voicemail now! Good work everybody! Now we approach Morgan Stanley again and see what they have to say now that we have demonstrated our numbers and strength.

Jodie's house is quickly becoming a central spot in the neighborhood and our political community. We are putting together ideas and plans for neighborhood events like a movie night in the driveway, a thanksgiving donation and dinner day, day canvasses and flyering.... you name it, we want to do it.

"Solidarity is the People's Weapon!"


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Occupy Oakland Foreclosure Defens Group is Trying to Save Jodie's Home And We Need Your Support.

Originally posted to jpmassar on Fri Nov 09, 2012 at 04:50 PM PST.

Also republished by Occupy Wall Street, ClassWarfare Newsletter: WallStreet VS Working Class Global Occupy movement, California politics, SFKossacks, and Dailykos Kossacks For Action.

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