D.C.'s reverse-Robin Hood scam on Courting Liberty
As friend of the court, PLF is supporting a victim of an outrageous scheme in the District of Columbia, where residents who owed small tax bills saw their homes sold – with the city pocketing the proceeds.
In this week’s Courting Liberty Podcast, PLF Director of Communications Harold Johnson leads the discussion on the case with PLF D.C. Executive Director Todd Gaziano and PLF Atlantic Center Staff Attorney Christina M. Martin.
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