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While banks insist that the number of times that a house has been wrongly foreclosed upon and owners' possessions seized is "minuscule," the NYT still managed to find enough colorful stories for a whole article. "In Texas, for example, Bank of America had the locks changed and the electricity shut off last year at Alan Schroit’s second home in Galveston, according to court papers. Mr. Schroit, who had paid off the house, had stored 75 pounds of salmon and halibut in his refrigerator and freezer, caught during a recent Alaskan fishing vacation." [NYT]