SUNDAY on The Foreclosure Hour:
Will The California Supreme Court Restore The Evidentiary Due Process Rights Of American Homeowners, Finally Opening Up For Judicial Inspection The Underground Securitized Trust Banking System in the United States, When It Decides The Glaski, Yvanova, Keshtgar and Mendoza Appeals Pending Before It? Don’t MissThis One!
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The topic for the Sunday, March 7th show: Gary will address the most important question now before the entire foreclosure defense and securitized trust banking communities in the past fifteen years:
Will The California Supreme Court Restore The Evidentiary Due Process Rights Of American Homeowners, Finally Opening Up For Judicial Inspection The Underground Securitized Trust Banking System in the United States, When It Decides The Glaski, Yvanova, Keshtgar And Mendoza Appeals Pending Before It?
Wall Street sneaked up on the American legal system more than a decade ago.
We were simply not prepared for the conversion of the traditional mortgage into a securitized mortgage and eventually into a digitized mortgage, and for all of the fraudulent low visibility abuses that ensued.
In recent years, American homeowners have had to battle against robo-signers, forged loan documents, the myth of their merely wanting a free house, false attorney affirmations, whistle blowers self-servingly winning big damage awards but only for themselves, and taxpayer indirectly-funded multi-billion dollar government settlements yielding virtually nothing for them the victims of that fraud, while being dishonestly offered entry into a loan modification hell of further dishonest procedures designed to pacify and wear them out, without even one major bank executive being criminally prosecuted in the United States.
With one enlightened opinion, the California Supreme Court could now instantly effectively change all of this, but will it and in what alternative ways?
That will be the subject of this Sunday’s live radio broadcast.
While many individual judges scattered throughout the United States have created pockets of sanity in the American judiciary, protecting some homeowners against securitized trust abuses, none have gone as far as the California Supreme Court can in the four appeals now before it. Can (or will) the California Supreme Court bring back the integrity to a system that is simply out of control?
The forthcoming decision of the California Supreme Court could well signal the resurrection of the American Homeowner throughout this Nation’s Courts and eventually virtually every mortgage loan in the United States.