Short documentaries

Director: Jaclyn Boudreau

Length: 7 minutes

Mark Mucciaccio was making coffee one morning when a stranger knocked on the door of his Easton, Massachusetts, home. That’s how he found out the government was giving his family’s house to a private investment firm—leaving the Mucciaccios, including Mark’s young granddaughter Hailey, with nothing. How could something like this happen in the land of the free? As Mark says in the documentary, “This ain’t China.” Where Hailey Lives is the shocking story of one family’s encounter with the unconstitutional government practice of home equity theft, which Pacific Legal Foundation hopes to end with a win at the Supreme Court this year.

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