Saturday, August 20, 2005

Souter Home Seizure Update

Despite losing a vote of the city council, Logan Darrow Clements (right), the California businessman and property rights activist, is continuing his efforts to have Justice David Souter's home seized so that it can be turned into a hotel resort and museum.


Clements plans to create on Souter's land the "Lost Liberty Hotel," a kind of museum commemorating the lost right to private property in
America.

Because the Board of Selectmen of Weare has rejected Clements' request to condemn the property, Darrow hopes to use a ballot initiative to do the job.
Darrow plans to work the town for support.
The activist says he'll meet with residents Monday, hoping to begin the process to place a measure on the ballot in March. He says only 25 signatures are needed to put the initiative before the voters.
Not many signatures necessary there.

We will keep you updated on this and the Justice Breyer seizure efforts.

1 Comments:

At 10:12 AM, Blogger Cassandra said...

This is killing me.

That guy so looks like one of my friends at work. Turn his eyes blue and he'd be close to a dead ringer.

I have to send that photo to him - he'll just *die*.

 

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