Bailiffs evicted from the house 89-year-old veteran of the Second World War, after he pleaded bankrupt and could not pay the bill for the treatment of his wife. Now the house Warren Bodeker in western Montana will go under the hammer on payment of a debt of 109 thousand dollars on medical insurance.
According to Bodeker, funds went to the treatment of his wife. The only source of income is a veteran in the monthly living allowance 981 dollar. The house sold for 155,000 dollars, and after payment of debts and fines veteran will have to go begging.
The order of eviction was signed by the judge on June 12. However, the veteran refused to voluntarily leave the house, so the bailiffs had to do it by force.
See also homeless veterans in the United States