27 Feb 2012

Pity the Poor Judges

I just thought of something, if it is now acceptable to use forged and perjurious documents in foreclosure cases, DOCX, LPS and the other document mills have a huge new market available to them with homeowners. If forged and backdated allonges and assignments are OK, so too should be forged Satisfactions of Mortgage. Once the homeowner obtains a forged SAT from a document mill and files it with the county clerk, in theory, shouldn’t their foreclosure case be dismissed?

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27 Feb 2012

Pity the Poor Judges

Will judges be forced to become forensic document examiners now that the State AGs have made it OK to submit forged documents in court?

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23 Feb 2012

Once Again, Judges Step Up to the Plate When Prosecutors Fail

A while back, the Chief Judge in the State of New York issued an order that was a commonsense approach to robo-signing. He ordered each lawyer representing a foreclosing bank to submit an affidavit about their own investigation of their own case and the reliability of the documents they were presenting to the court. He ordered that no case could proceed until this affidavit, which would make the lawyer liable for sanctions and perjury if falsely issued, was filed with the court.

It was a great idea, though bank lawyers have resisted doing it and lower court judges have, self destructively in my opinion, been lax about enforcing it.

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23 Feb 2012

Once again, Judges step up to the plate when prosecutors fail

A while back, the Chief Judge in the State of New York issued an order that was a commonsense approach to robo-signing. He ordered each lawyer representing a foreclosing bank to submit an affidavit about their own investigation of their own case and the reliability of the documents they were

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16 Feb 2012

85% of Mortgage Transfers Were No Good

That’s a pretty startling headline, isn’t it? Yet, that was the conclusion reached by study of 400 foreclosure files commissioned by San Francisco County assessor-recorder Phil Ting.

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16 Feb 2012

85% of Mortgage Transfers Were No Good

That’s a pretty startling headline, isn’t it? Yet, that was the conclusion reached by study of 400 foreclosure files commissioned by San Francisco County assessor-recorder Phil Ting. You can read the data in a report authored by the auditors called “Foreclosure in California- A Crisis in Compliance.” It’s only 21

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09 Feb 2012

The 50 State Bankster Pardon Screws the Public Twice Over

The robo-signing is the smoking gun that is the key to proving every other part of this criminal conspiracy, which is why the banks had to have robo-singing immunized.

So, homeowners are screwed.

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09 Feb 2012

The 50 State Bankster Pardon Screws the Public Twice Over

The 50 state AG settlement, which Peter has suggested is more accurately called a pardon, screws John Q. Public, twice. First it screws over homeowners by immunizing robo-signing from criminal prosecution or large scale civil suit. Several attempts at class action cases have failed to obtain class status. Therefore, the

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09 Feb 2012

The Banks Have Won, Homeowners Are Re-Victimized

The NY Times is reporting that NY and California have agreed to sign on the 50 state deal and that is will immunize robo-signing. If that is true, it’s over folks. The housing market is not going to recover any time soon and the court system will be permanently corrupted by forged and perjurious documents.

This settlement is an incredible breach of the social contract between the government and the governed.

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09 Feb 2012

The banks have won, homeowners are re-victimized.

The NYTimes is reporting that NY and California have agreed to sign on the 50 state deal and that is will immunize robo signing. If that is true, it’s over folks. The housing market is not going to recover any time soon and the court system will be permanently corrupted

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