Between 400 and 500 protesters rallied at the Department of Justice (DOJ), closing Constitution Avenue and the three main entrances to DOJ. Folks demanded that Attorney General Eric Holder “Jail the Banksters” and “Not to Big to Jail.” Continue reading
As if we did not already know that the SEC has all too often failed to protect investors, let’s navigate and learn about the case of current SEC employee Kathleen Furey. From a recent complaint brought by Ms. Furey against the SEC: Continue reading
April 29, 2013 | “[W]ith Cyprus . . . the game itself changed. By raiding the depositors’ accounts, a major central bank has gone where they would not previously have dared. The Rubicon has been crossed.”
Deficiency judgments are another dark corner, if not the darkest corner in foreclosure. The Dubin Law Offices filed a Class Action Complaint in Hawaii United States District Court today [4/29/13] because of the injustice of deficiency judgments.
It’s not bad enough to lose your home to the banksters that fraudulently inflated your appraisal, filed fraudulent robo-signed fabricated documents in your state recordation offices and in court, rigged your LIBOR interest rate, lied, cheated and stole your home getting away with everything; but then they turn around and sell your home to themselves for half price and then sell it again for less than you owe to someone else. Lord (and DeMarco) only know, why they won’t sell it back to you for the lower price. But they don’t. Continue reading
While fishing for bank-related patents this gem surfaced and jumped into the net. At first it wasn’t apparent it was a keeper because the UETA issue has not been in the forefront of foreclosure defense. However, taking the time to dissect the document it became apparent that, as some of us have suspected, there is a mandatory methodology from the origination of the mortgage loan on a trip to the securitized trust that includes the EXPLICIT CONSENT of the obligor (homeowner).
Yup… The road to securitization needs an electronic record that the “issuer” aka the “obligor” has explicitly consented to at the time of origination. Yeah, ya think maybe that was the real intention of MERS aka Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc.? But it looks like it didn’t have all its ducks in a row. This is a lot to digest – but you need to know and understand this information in order to plead your case correctly before the courts. Continue reading
In a Second Amended Verified Complaint filed against the Bank of New York Mellon (“BONY”), fka The Bank of New York and U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, as Trustee for J.P. Morgan Mortgage Acquisition Trust 2006~WMC2 to Quiet Title, Hawaii Pro Se Plaintiffs Melvin Keakaku Amina and Donna Mae Amina won a big round #1 admirably defeating Defendant BONY’s Motion for Summary Judgment. The case, CIVIL NO. 11-00714 JMS/BMK, was originally filed on November 28, 2011 in Hawaii U.S. District Court and heard by the Honorable Judge J. Michael Seabright. Continue reading
By Shelley Erickson
The Pirate Pilfering!
Bankster piracy is so horrific even though the 50 US attorney generals agreed to let the banks off the hook with a pittance in refunds to homeowners, the fraudclosure money vampires sailed on assaulting and wrongfully seizing our properties.
It was business as usual set out to steal even more properties the exact same way and adding millions more homeowners to their fraudclosure list Continue reading
Bloomberg Reports that the big banks are borrowing big time money using money market funds as source money for financing repurchase agreements. This stirs the obvious conclusion that the mortgage bonds --- and hence the claim on underlying loans --- are in constant movement making the proof problems in foreclosure proceedings difficult at best.
The underlying theme is that there is tremendous pressure to make good on the mortgage bonds that never actually existed issued by REMIC trusts that were never actually funded who made claims on loans that never actually existed.
“We are fighting in the defense of our homes, our families, and posterity. We have petitioned, and our petitions have been scorned. We have entreated, and our entreaties have been disregarded. We have begged, and they have mocked when our calamity came.
We beg no longer; we entreat no more; we petition no more. We defy them!” William Jennings Bryan (1896). Some things never change – or will they?