Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Disabled South L.A. Woman Fights Foreclosure

South Los Angeles housing rights advocates are rallying in defense of a terminally ill, disabled woman who has vowed to fight the foreclosure of her home. Wells Fargo Bank officials refused to refinance Ana Casas Wilson's loan and instead offered her $20,000 to relocate. The homeowner says she prefers to fight the eviction and even risk jail in order to stay in her childhood home. Ernesto Arce files this report from Los Angeles.