|Title||Woman vows to fight bank in courts|
|Publication Type||Newspaper Article|
|Year of Publication||1982|
|Corporate Authors||Smiths Falls Record News|
|Publisher||Smiths Falls Record News|
Jean Metcalfe was turfed from her house when Bank of Montreal decided she was flaky after she was flaky at a meeting where she had asked Bank officials not to wear perfumed products and they did. Many people threatened her. She was a victim of pack journalism that had no respect for her human rights, and no concern that she was being abused.