Insurance Executive & Socialite Fight Homeless Veteran Project
ACLU BLOCKS ILLEGAL INTIMIDATION OF VET PROTESTORS
"ZEN GARDEN" NOT HOUSING FOR HOMELESS VETS IN FATCAT NEIGHBORHOOD
by Gordon Duff, Senior Editor
Beverly Hills multi-millionaire socialite and retired insurance exec Frank Raab wrote the LA Times complaining that the ACLU was defending veterans opposing his "Zen Garden" project meant to take the place of housing for the 20,000 homeless veterans of the Los Angeles area.
The ACLU stepped in against Raab's group and their Veterans Affairs partners when political fixers tried to stop protesting vets. Charges against veterans protesting Raab's project, said to be a "con" meant to keep homeless vets away from the wealthy elite, were dropped when the ACLU announced its support for protesting veterans supported by the American Legion and other groups.
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