Montana Man Standing Strong 2 Weeks After Reclaiming Land from Credit Union

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As reported on extensively by Montana Daily Gazette (MDG), Montana land owner Dennis Thornton has accused Whitefish Credit Union (WFCU) of breaking the law on several occasions concerning not only his property, but the properties of nearly a dozen members who were in good standing, and who all had excellent credit.

Some of the many crimes that Thornton has accused WFCU of committing include, but are not limited to, illegally transferring the deeds to Thornton’s property, which were not supposed to be transferred by WFCU, Theft by Threat or Deception, which is a violation under Montana Code, and Racketeering.

One of the most revealing pieces of information to surface over the last week was the reaction of the Flathead County Sheriff when they were called to respond to the group that has assembled on top of Thornton’s land.

According to one of our sources, who spoke to the man who called in the complaint, the Flathead County Sheriff told the complainant that the property belonged to Thornton and that he, Thornton, had a right to be there. We are currently trying to obtain the dispatch call attached to the complaint, and will update the situation as more information becomes available.

If you wish to peacefully support not only Dennis Thornton, but the many victims who have suffered at the hands of WFCU, go to 860 Boon Road in Somers, Montana and show your support.




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