CALIFORNIA – Couple in nasty battle with South Natomas homeowners association

The Sacramento Bee: Couple in nasty battle with South Natomas homeowners association

Evan McKenzie: “…  a criminal justice system with prosecutors but no defense lawyers.”

Published: Sunday, Jul. 28, 2013

By Hudson Sangree

Allen Campbell is a disabled former U.S. Marine pilot who, as a civilian working in Africa, helped rescue nuns and orphans during the Rwandan genocide of 1994. “He’s someone I can call a hero,” said Rwandan Ambassador Mathilde Mukantabana, a history professor at Cosumnes River College before her move to Washington, D.C. “He’s one of the kindest people I’ve ever met.” His wife, Cynthia Campbell, is a nurse who has fought abdominal and thyroid cancer while advocating for patient rights. The couple moved to a new home in South Natomas four years ago. But instead of the peaceful retirement they say they wanted, they became embroiled in a long and nasty battle with the board of the Sonora Springs Homeowners Association, which oversees their 192-home subdivision, and its attorneys. Read more:

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