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NYC: Squatters Kill Homeowner, This After Another Homeowner Was Arrested for Trying to Keep Squatters Out of Her Home by Changing the Locks

Two squatters beat a woman to death and stuffed her in a duffel bag in the closet after she walked in on them in her dead mother’s Manhattan apartment last week, authorities said.

Police found Nadia Vitel, 52, in the closet with her foot hanging out of a bag in an apartment on the 19th floor of 206 East 31st St. in Kips Bay at around 4:30 p.m. on March 15, according to NYPD Chief of Detectives Joseph Kenny. The woman had several facial fractures, a brain bleed, two broken ribs and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Shocking moment TikToker tells followers how to ‘invade’ American homes and invoke squatter’s rights as provocative video is viewed almost 4 million times

The right to life is the source of all rights — and the right to property is their only implementation. Without property rights, no other rights are possible. Since man has to sustain his life by his own effort, the man who has no right to the product of his effort has no means to sustain his life.”

The Ayn Rand Institute

If some men are entitled by right to the products of the work of others, it means that those others are deprived of rights and condemned to slave labor.

Any alleged “right” of one man, which necessitates the violation of the rights of another, is not and cannot be a right.

No man can have a right to impose an unchosen obligation, an unrewarded duty or an involuntary servitude on another man. There can be no such thing as “the right to enslave.”

A right does not include the material implementation of that right by other men; it includes only the freedom to earn that implementation by one’s own effort . . . .

The right to property means that a man has the right to take the economic actions necessary to earn property, to use it and to dispose of it; it does not mean that others must provide him with property.

The right of free speech means that a man has the right to express his ideas without danger of suppression, interference or punitive action by the government. It does not mean that others must provide him with a lecture hall, a radio station or a printing press through which to express his ideas.

Any undertaking that involves more than one man, requires the voluntary consent of every participant. Every one of them has the right to make his own decision, but none has the right to force his decision on the others.

There is no such thing as “a right to a job”—there is only the right of free trade, that is: a man’s right to take a job if another man chooses to hire him. There is no “right to a home,” only the right of free trade: the right to build a home or to buy it. There are no “rights to a ‘fair’ wage or a ‘fair’ price” if no one chooses to pay it, to hire a man or to buy his product. There are no “rights of consumers” to milk, shoes, movies or champagne if no producers choose to manufacture such items (there is only the right to manufacture them oneself). There are no “rights” of special groups, there are no “rights of farmers, of workers, of businessmen, of employees, of employers, of the old, of the young, of the unborn.” There are only the Rights of Man—rights possessed by every individual man and by all men as individuals.

Property rights and the right of free trade are man’s only “economic rights” (they are, in fact, political rights)—and there can be no such thing as “an economic bill of rights.” But observe that the advocates of the latter have all but destroyed the former.

Earlier this week:

This Queens woman was arrested for trying to keep squatters out of her home by changing the locks

By: Jing Pan, Yahoo Finance, Mar 20, 2024:

This Queens woman was arrested for trying to keep squatters out of her home by changing the locks

New York’s squatter’s rights laws have once again become the focus of public attention.

Adele Andaloro inherited her family’s home in Flushing, Queens after her parents passed away. As she was preparing to sell the property, squatters took over, installing a new front door and changing the locks, effectively locking her out of her childhood home.

Andaloro expressed her frustration to ABC7 New York’s Eyewitness News, stating, “I’m really fearful that these people are going to get away with stealing my home.”

According to New York state law, squatters are “classified as tenants and receive temporary rights as such” after occupying a property for 30 days.

During an interview with reporter Dan Krauth, an unidentified woman approached and unlocked the front door of the house, promptly leaving upon noticing the camera crew.

The camera kept filming while Andaloro, alongside her daughter and armed with her property deed, entered the home and found two men inside.
Cops called, owner arrested

The men called the police on Andaloro.

“They’ve called the police on me and I’ve called the locksmith,” Andaloro said. “We didn’t come in illegally, the door was open.”

Police arrived and interviewed the men, who could not provide documentation to show that they had been there for more than 30 days. One man was taken away in handcuffs and the other was escorted off the property.

But that’s not the end of the story.

Before the police left, they warned the homeowner about changing the locks.

“I may end up in handcuffs today if a man shows up here and says I have illegally evicted him,” Andaloro said.

Despite the warning, Andaloro proceeded to change the locks. Shortly thereafter, another man, accompanied by the previously escorted squatter, forced entry into the house.

“Do you see this? This guy just literally broke down my door, broke through myself and my daughter,” a distraught Andaloro said.

Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller

Pamela Geller

Pamela Geller is the founder, editor and publisher of and President of the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI) and Stop Islamization of America (SIOA). She is the author of The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration's War on America, (foreword by Ambassador John Bolton), (Simon & Schuster). Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance. She is also a regular columnist for World Net Daily, the American Thinker, and other publications. Follow her on Facebook & Twitter

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