Veteran returns home to squatters living in his house
How can two ex-con squatters take over the home of an Afghanistan war veteran, while he is deployed? Liberalism!
That’s exactly what has happened; as when U.S. Army Spc. Michael Sharkey and his wife Danielle returned to their home in New Port Richey, Fla., they found the locked changed.
If you guessed that Sharkey is now in a legal battle to get his house back, you win the bonus round.
Julio Ortiz and his girlfriend Fatima Cardoso broke into his house, changed the locks and now refuse to leave. When Sharkey called the Pasco County Sheriff’s department, he was told that he has no legal grounds to evict the squatters.
Ok, so it’s “he said, he said,” as Ortiz, 42, told a local news channel that Sharkey gave him permission to live in the house and that they had a verbal agreement that he would make repairs to the home in exchange for rent-free housing.
Let’s see, military serviceman or ex-con…who to believe?
Sharkey told WFLA.
“I work hard, long hours, and these people never had permission to live in my home,” “They should be thrown out.”
According to the Daily Mail Ortiz has served a combined 12 years behind bars in New Jersey for robbery, drug dealing on school property and carjacking. As for Cardoso, she has served more than two years on drug charges and has been arrested seven times on drug charges since 2011.
This is only possible in a society where Liberalism rules. We will do what we can to keep you posted, and potentially help a military serviceman reclaim was is rightfully his.
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