Four Fraud-Busting Citizens Initiate a Plan to Hold the Elite Financial Leaders Accountable and Prevent Further Economic Damage

By Sydney Sullivan

celebrate-whistleblowers-600Four astounding men, Gary Aguirre, Bill Black, Richard Bowen, and Michael Winston, are the founding members of the Bank Whistleblowers United. These well-educated men have the moral integrity and intelligence to see the damage Wall Street has caused and have devised a plan to prevent or at least reduce the frequency and harm of future economic crises.

We, as American citizens, know we have not recovered from the 2008 economic crisis as our present administration and Congressional leaders would like for us to believe. Although lots of warriors have stepped up to battle the banks, none have been as united or noteworthy as these four financial fraud-busting astronauts, venturing into a red banking hole existing in cyberspace which has been an arduous climb up-Hill (pun intended) to penetrate, decipher …and even more difficult to correct.  Continue reading

State AGs settle with LPS for $113 million; Only Nobody Knew

cluelessIn an investigative post, MSFraud.org exposed an unknown state Attorneys General settlement with Lender Processing Services (LPS) for $113 million dollars in an El Paso district court.

One would wonder how, for example, the State of Hawaii (who received a pittance compared to the damage to titles LPS has caused) could even begin to agree to a settlement when they have NEVER even bothered to audit its own Hawaii Bureau of Conveyances! Hawaii is a mortgage lien state where the homeowner holds the deed, unlike a Deed of Trust state where the deed is held by a (fishy) beneficiary.

Millions of homeowners never knew that LPS fabricated and falsified documents that could still cloud their titles for years to come – even if they received a modification. The point here is that many states, including Hawaii where land rights are a very precious subject, have turned a blind eye to fraudulent assignments of mortgage or the fact that the mortgage   Continue reading

Is the Promissory Note Even Enforceable?

Judge UnEnforceableWhen all is said and done the courts come back to the main premise, “Did you pay?”. That is so injudicious on so many levels. The deeper we get into securitization and contract law we soon realize (after dissection) there is one very basic question being ignored – “Is the Promissory Note even enforceable?”

Sheila Bair’s (former FDIC Chairperson) new book, Bull By the Horns, addresses issues that must be taken into careful consideration when considering the validity of foreclosures – and she does it with impressive candor. Sheila separates the MBS into 2 categories: Continue reading

Detroit is Organizing – Moratorium NOW!

Coalition to Stop Foreclosures, Evictions, and Utility Shutoffs

Detroit-Bankruptcy-Un_RasmOn the Fifth Anniversary of the Federal $700 Billion Bank Bailout

Saturday, October 5, 2013, Detroit, Michigan

A Call for an International Peoples Assembly Against the Banks and Against Austerity

Weekly Organizing meetings, Mondays, 7 PM, 5920 Second Ave., Detroit

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New Hampshire Sheriff Launches Mortgage Bank Fraud Investigation. “We need to shine the light on everything.”

“People have an absolute right to be protected in their homes and their homes to be protected,” said Christopher Conley, High Sheriff of Carroll County NH, who held a press conference announcing that he is forming a task force to investigate mortgage fraud.

Mortgage Movies, 4closureFraud, and zerohedge posted Sheriff Christopher Conley’s press conference announcing his new task force and proudly stating, I am announcing the formation of a task force to investigate mortgage fraud throughout Carroll County – criminal fraud.”

Every city and town in every state across America should be doing the same thing. The Sheriff states, “There are thousands of property owners throughout the county that may be affected…

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Washington Post: Lawmakers reworked financial portfolios after talks with Fed, Treasury officials

Washington, D.C. is a town that runs on inside information – but should our elected officials be able to use that information to pad their own pockets?

By , David S. Fallis and Dan Keating, Published: June 24, 2012

“In January 2008, President George W. Bush was scrambling to bolster the American economy. The subprime mortgage industry was collapsing, and the Dow Jones industrial average had lost more than 2,000 points in less than three months. House Minority Leader John A. Boehner became the Bush administration’s point person on Capitol Hill to negotiate a $150 billion stimulus package. In the days that followed, Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson Jr. made frequent phone calls and visits to Boehner. Neither Paulson nor Boehner would publicly discuss the progress of their negotiations to shore up the nation’s financial portfolio.

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The IndyMac Whodunit Blame Game – former CEO blogs his rationalization

Financial Finger-Pointing Turns to Regulators 
By  and Published: November 22, 2011

Putting the spotlight on former IndyMac CEO, Micheal Perry, who recently set-up a self-serving blog to try and achieve a sympathetic audience for the justification of the demise of his company and the charges brought by the SEC. The NY Times writes:

“In the whodunit of the financial crisis, Wall Street executives have pointed the blame at all kinds of parties — consumers who lied on their mortgage applications, investors who demanded access to risky mortgage bonds, and policy makers who kept interest rates low and failed to predict a housing market collapse.

But a new defense has been mounted by a bank executive: my regulator told me to do it.

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“The REMICs have failed! “The REMICs have failed!”

If Paul Revere were alive today he would be riding through the town warning “The REMICs have failed!” However, the government these days would go, “Shhhhhh!”

Most average homeowners have no idea what a REMIC is – actually most attorneys have no clue …. so, you know many of the Judges are completely in the dark.  REMICs are a form of IRS tax shelter sold to investors as part of the mortgage-backed securities package (Real Estate Mortgage Investment Conduit (“REMIC”) pursuant to I.R.C. §§860A-G).

The documents that killed the REMICs may actually help save your home. Continue reading

The Greatest Cover-up of All Time – Wall Street and The Treasury Steal the Future

By DEADLY CLEAR
We are Americans first, not Republicans, Democrats, Unions, Government Workers, Corporate Employees, Retirees – WE ARE AMERICANS!  

WE Americans were scammed “big time” by Wall Street greed and elite wannabes.

Whether you are NYPD, Iowa, Detroit, Baltimore, Chicago, Florida, California, NJ, Washington, Maine or Oregon police (just to name a few), a fireman, teacher, government or corporate employee, FBI, CIA, Judge, prosecutor or clerk – your pension and retirement funds (FERS) were put at risk and are likely gone. Wake up. Continue reading

Part II – The Elites will Eat Their Own: Full-Blown Civil War Erupts On Wall Street

Part II:  Full-Blown Civil War Erupts On Wall Street: As Reality Finally Hits The Financial Elite, They Start Turning On Each Other

By David DeGraw

Continuing from Part I on DEADLY CLEAR:

You can read the suits filed against each individual bank here. For some more information read Bloomberg: BofA, JPMorgan Among 17 Banks Sued by U.S. for $196 Billion. Noticeably absent from the list of companies being sued is Wells Fargo.

And the suits just keep coming…

BANK CRIMESBofA sued over $1.75 billion Countrywide mortgage pool

Bank of America Corp (BAC.N) was sued by the trustee of a $1.75 billion mortgage pool, which seeks to force the bank to buy back the underlying Continue reading