Guess who’s getting a new roof? (Hint: YOU’RE probably paying for it!)
Apparently, the federal marshal service has determined that “their” house—which used to be Raymond Martin’s house, but is STILL up on forfeiture, as that matter still hasn’t been settled, so the feds are responsible for it—is leaky. This was something that we had been told a couple of years ago, but up until now, there wasn’t much being done about it.
And so now, there is.
Someone has decided to put a new roof on the house of the former sheriff, and interestingly, the reports are, from the locals who pass by it every day, that it’s a bunch of “migrant-worker”-types crawling all over it like cucarachas.
We weren’t able to get any shots of any cucarachas on the roof, but one hispanic-looking guy WAS at the site (and unfortunately, as soon as he saw the camera, the only thing he provided to be shot was his backside…) But here are the shots our correspondent did get:
Now…here’s the rest of it.
The lights are on in the place at night. So someone’s got the electricity going (it’d be a feat that’s beyond us at this point to determine in whose name it is….we’d have to have a good guess before even beginning to explore that). And at least one of the ‘migrant-worker’-types is actually residing in it; he’s been seen in and around, and moving about the place at night. So someone has some posh digs….unlike the rest of his compadres up the road at the Scates motel (old high school, which houses the migrant workers year-round).
Again, there has been no movement in Raymondo’s federal case. The appeal arguments have been heard, back about a month ago, and that’s it. The forfeiture—in which the house goes to the government as part of the seizure filed after Raymondo’s arrest—has been challenged by the former missus Martin, Tina Naas, but there’s been no movement on THAT, either, mainly because her attorney has been sidelined by a stroke.
Is the government getting ready to move on the seizure and forfeit the house once and for all, and are getting it ready for auction to the highest bidder so the government can recoup some of the court costs from Raymondo’s September 2010 trial? Probably. Why they would house one of their workers, however, is unknown…unless that’s what the feds generally do. Interesting. And if we find out more, we’ll let you know as soon as we do.
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