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A Georgia woman found a family of strangers living in a home she was selling, but the city says she can't kick them out.
Dena Everman couldn't believe it and can't believe the situation she is in.
"I found out in the past week there is some archaic law that says if someone sets up residence in your home, it doesn't matter how they get in there they have rights until we evict them,” Everman said.That's a really believable story.
This type of "Montana Freeman" style scam is being pulled by vagrants all over the country. Cities can easily pass laws to make it explicitly illegal, but many don't want to as they see it as their voter base pulling one over on "the man."
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