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This week at we will discuss JUDGES MAKE A DEAL featuring historian and homeowner advocate SAM ELAMIN who will discuss amongst other topics "Blind Man & Wife Evicted for $600" we are hoping to have Mr. Raysor the man evicted on also. 63 year old Ray Raysor, who was blind since age 13, was evicted from his home in the Village Green Co-op in Landover, Maryland. Evicted along with him were his wife and guide dog, Rayteeko. It was a co-op on whose board of directors Mr. Raysor once served. Apparently, also, he and his family enjoy much love and respect among neighbors, though the co-op's current management and legal teams seem to have viewed things differently: Mr. Raysor had once served on the Co-op Board of directors. He's a leading advocate for the blind in the County. The attorney for the co-op says Ray Raysor had been repeatedly late with his rent prompting several judgement's dating back to May of this year. The Attorney Bernie Cooke says the back rents were eventually paid, thus staving off earlier eviction notices; but there remained late fees, court fees and penalties to be paid. Raysor says he was unaware until deputy sheriffs arrived that another $600 dollars was due.Hosted by Visionary/Creator /Producer/Director "DaOne" with Co-Hosts NAISA Prodigy Producer/SongWriter/Musician/Performer & Featuring our MyStory Historian who we at 3EO affectionately call The "Encyclo-negro-pedia" C. R. GIBBS Connecting Dots - From Generation to Generation" & 3EO Financial Sportsbeat Writer as he discusses The history of the NCAA: How the term "student-athlete" single-handedly created an UNTOUCHABLE billion dollar industry ANTHONY ADEWUSI
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