The topic for the Sunday, March 7th show will be:A genuine robo whistle blower who is going to reveal that he personally worked recently (four months ago) as part of an army of robo-signers in one of four Bank of America mortgage assignment manufacturing factories throughout the country (he will name their locations and give vivid details including names), falsifying loan documents, signing under oath not before notaries who have been similarly false swearing, for MERS and for the Big Banks such as Chase and for Securitized Trusts such as Bank of New York Mellon, as their supposed Assistant Vice Presidents and supposed Assistant Secretaries, negotiated the national settlement and even AFTER the Bank of America signed the AG National Settlement agreeing to stop the practice.Continue reading →
The topic for the Sunday, March 1st show will be:An Exclusive Interview with David Krieger, author of Clouded Titles, on How You Can Reverse Mortgage Fraud at Your Local Recording Office: Defending in Court Is Not Enough.
Learn and discuss why it is important for your land records to be audited and how to actively approach your local registrar and legislators to institute a full audit.
Coming up on July 11th is the national Uniform Law Committee conference in Seattle at the Westin Hotel.
Whether or not you are in foreclosure, if you own a home and have a mortgage or intend some day to own a home, this national ULC conference affects you. For hundreds of years states have owned and recorded their own lands – and now it appears the United States federal government would like that to change. Continue reading →
Just when you think you’ve heard it all – and it just couldn’t get any worse than the last case… Well, in all honesty the following shockingly sad story is true – but if you have high blood pressure or a weak stomach for incompetent attorneys, or judicial conspiracy – you may not want to read or listen to it right before you go to bed because it contains facts and rulings that some readers and lawmakers may find disturbing.
Let’s start first with the disclaimer that not all attorneys or judges are created equal. And as Honolulu foreclosure defense attorney Gary Dubin puts it – “this story is just crazy” – it is morally bankrupt from top to bottom. This is a saga about a homeowner that was not in default, was sued in a falsified foreclosure action, the bank admitted it made mistakes, the homeowner retained attorneys that filed the homeowner in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy (liquidation) when she had no debt (apparently not the best move?) – (BTW the link to Bar Grievances in on the DC front page right hand sidebar) – and the judges in both the bankruptcy and circuit courts ignored the fraud filed in their courts and ruled against the homeowner.
Gary Victor Dubin is a dynamite Honolulu foreclosure defense attorney with over 40 wins by the DUBIN LAW FIRM in Hawaii foreclosure courts for his clients just in the last year. This is a stunning success given the current judicial climate in Hawaii, not to mention the complexity of securitization, the hidden frauds…and of course, card games and golfing with banksters doesn’t help either.
Dubin’s essay “Securitized Distrust” is a culmination of insight with over 20+ years of first hand litigation and this leads right into our latest discovery of WaMu multiple trust loan assignments. Shuffling or fraud… or both?
“We are a people at the full height of our power” sings the choir on Kauai, HI, site of the worlds’ largest missile test site, GMO testing fields, rising costs of education and crashing home values…in paradise. It’s real life in paradise.
Every island has their movement – please join! We are the 99% – united. Whether you are Democrat or Republican – this is your fight. Greed is not good. Wall Street has deliberately taken your property equity, savings, pension and retirement funds and gambled them away. Continue reading →
In an effort to appear hunky-dory for the APEC Summit embarking on its shores in November 2011, Honolulu city council wanted to pass legislation to be able to “dispose” of the belongings of street people, many of which are families that have been displaced by foreclosure – a growing number that has been largely ignored by state and federal governments. Continue reading →