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Columbine Survivor Faces Foreclosure

Richard Castaldo survived the Columbine High School shootings 13 years ago after being shot. He attempted to put the massacre behind him when he moved to Los Angeles, California to pursue a career in music. However, the condo he invested in is now facing foreclosure after he fell behind on his mortgage payments in February. Castaldo was advised at the time of purchase to take an interest-only loan to buy the property, leaving him with mortgage payments he could not afford after the housing bubble burst.
Castaldo is currently seeking help from the group, Occupy LA. While at one of the group’s meetings, he met an attorney who is trying to help him not fall victim to fraudulent foreclosure practices. His house will be sold at an auction on December 6, 2012 if he and his attorney are unable to stop the process.
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