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Comment: He may be legally justified,

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He may be legally justified,

It's not his property. They purchased it more than four years ago on the market. He may be legally justified in trying to confiscate their property instead of paying them what they asked for, but it makes him a...


Who would've thought Ron Paul would use the U.N. (yes, he appealed to a U.N. Agency) to confiscate somebody's private property? Wow.