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BillWhittle24 [S] 59 points ago +63 / -4

One single house has drawn the attention of millions.

One thing incorrect is an honorable sacrifice to get the world to watch. This is how you play the game, “Fish on the hook.”

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Mr_House 12 points ago +12 / -0

I have some questions for you: https://www.countyoffice.org/property-records-search/?q=13226+W+Beverly+Rd%2C+Goodyear%2C+AZ%2C+USA

Scroll down to Deeds, Mortgages, Titles & Sales History

The current owners bought the house in 2010; it was foreclosed on by Wells Fargo bank.

Original Contract Date: 02 Feb 2010 / Sale Price: $370,000 (From Recorded Affidavit Of Value Or Verified) / Seller: Wells Fargo Bank National Association / Buyer: David W Barnes, Natalie C Barnes

It was later sold again in an Intrafamily Transfer And Dissolution TWICE...

Original Contract Date: 25 May 2017 / Amount: $375,000 / Seller: David W Barnes, Natalie C Barnes / Buyer: David W Barnes, Natalie C Barnes

And again, an Intrafamily Transfer and Dissolution this time from two people that are NOT the legal owners.

Original Contract Date: 23 Jan 2018 / Amount: $381,500 / Seller: Kierra Barnes, Ronnie Sellers / Buyer: David W Barnes, Natalie C Barnes

How is a house sold twice in two years to the same people, one pair of which didn't ever own the house? So this property was bought by David and Natalie, and then bought by them twice more? That doesn't make any sense.

What about Kierra and Ronnie? They never owned the property at any point, but somehow sold it?

What if the point of this is that these two people are voting in their parent's names, and someone on Liz's team just misfiled that report as incorrectly an empty lot?

The whole fucking thing is fishy outside of just the fact that the cover information wasn't correct. The buyer and seller history doesn't make any sense unless historical documents were altered. Who currently lives in the property, and who voted from the property? Do the names match? Is that the ghost voter factor?

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Mr_House 3 points ago +3 / -0

False. If you wanted to prove you had any form of comprehension on your part, you'd have pointed out that Kiera and Robert were the ones who are divorced. David and Natalie are still the legal joint owners. Caught your ass.

Still doesn't explain why two people who aren't on any purchasing documents show up as late as 2018. Get fucked, handshake shill.