UNSEALED: DOJ Confirms Holders of Securitized Loans Cannot Be Traced

Exactly what was just discussed. It’s time to put the judges on the hotspot – “please define the terminology your honor” – what do the words “transfer” and “sold” mean to you? Do the four corners of these notes and mortgages contracts allow for the distorting of legal principals without disclosure?

Justice League

Great job by 4closurefraud website!

Originally posted at http://mortgageflimflam.com
With additional edits by http://4closurefraud.org

In a filing unsealed on June 3, 2016, the Department of Justice (DOJ) confirms what many of us have known for years. Nobody, not even the U.S. Government, with massive resources, can determine who owns your loan and has the right to collect on your mortgage.

The information comes from case files unsealed on June 3, 2016 by federal Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers of the Northern District of California in the case of the United States v. Discovery Sales, Inc. The case involves some 325 fraudulent loans originated by Discovery Sales, Inc. (DSI) between 2006 and 2008, many of which were then sold to Wells Fargo Bank and JP Morgan Chase to securitize.

The Discovery Sentencing document on page 9 states:

The originating lenders who made loans to purchase DSI properties, including Wells Fargo…

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One thought on “UNSEALED: DOJ Confirms Holders of Securitized Loans Cannot Be Traced

  1. Just as we always suspected…..no one can identify the owner of the loans. And this is what our own government had sealed away.

    Is it time yet for the burning torches and hot vats of tar? To me, the time has come, Homeowners of America.

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