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Help Scott Replace Wheelchair destroyed by Gang
$80 raised
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4 Years running
Scott Spencer needs our help now! His Wheelchair, (his only form of transportation), was destroyed in a gang attack and now they are threatening to kill him. Police reports have been filed but Scott needs our help. His wheelchair cost new five ...

Scott Spencer needs our help now! His Wheelchair, (his only form of transportation), was destroyed in a gang attack and now they are threatening to kill him. Police reports have been filed but Scott needs our help. His wheelchair cost new five years ago $23,000.00. They are now $27,000.00. The insurance company will not fix his wheelchair because under ObamaCare Medicare they won't repair damage caused by a crime. So he needs to raise at least $4,000.00 to repair his chair. To make matter worse, the gang Member that attacked him has told the gang to kill him for calling the police. So he needs to move quickly and that will cost an additional $3,000.00. The police will not do anything other than arrest the one that attacked him and the District Attorney is prosecuting, but the other gang members are still out there and they know where he lives.We want to raise as much as we can to help him fix his Wheelchair and to help him move. He has Multiple Sclerosis and lives on a disability income(next to nothing), lives in upstate New York, has no family in the area and is going through a messy divorce. To top it off his ex took his handicap van ,change title and sold it to buy her a Mitsubishi Galant. We have asked him to tell his story in here so everyone knows from him what all he has gone through. We ask that you make a donation if you can and then send this to all of your friends and hopefully they will help.

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