The Occupy Movement in the US has filed a class action lawsuit against the country’s banks for evicting homeowners during a holiday moratorium.
The lawsuit is supported by the Occupy Fights Foreclosures, a subsidiary of the Occupy Movement.
In 2009, the Bank of America and other banks promised to stop evicting families from their homes during the month of December; however, the Occupy Movement says the pledge has only been a public relations stunt.
“They continue to do the foreclosure practices against families during the holiday. Not only were they selling properties at the auction, but they were involved...