Attorney James “Randy” Ackley Speaks to the Injustices of Foreclosure Courts

Published on Apr 29, 2016

Attorney James “Randy” Ackley appeared on the Neil Garfield Radio Show. The show was a fascinating discussion about banks creating the illusion of standing when a bank is unable to demonstrate they have the right to foreclose.

Neil and Randy addressed why the courts were allowing loan servicers to present evidence that was hearsay, often fraudulent and did not comply with the rules of evidence. Ackley stated that, “The court is allowing evidence to be introduced that would not be admitted in any other type of case.” The discussion brought up the fact that courts are making erroneous presumptions in favor of the banks despite the fact that there is now a public record of banks fabricating evidence, robosigning documents, false notarizations and bank employees testifying under oath about facts they know nothing about.

To learn more about Randy Ackley at: http://4closurefraud.org/2016/04/05/j…

“Bankruptcy court corruption is not just a matter of bankruptcy trustees in collusion with corrupt bankruptcy judges.” — AG John Ashcroft

By Sydney Sullivan

gavel moneyEvery day I hear more stories about alleged corruption in the courts, not only when it comes to foreclosures, but also bankruptcy – especially when families are trying to protect their homes. It is more than obvious that the system is flawed.

Judges are not necessarily adept, specifically educated or predisposed to this new form of securitization…these quasi-securities called NTMs (nontraditional mortgages). Nor are they willing to risk their investment portfolios and mutual funds to protect the average citizens in America. Continue reading

Part 2 – How to Challenge an Assignment of Mortgage

Part 2 – How to Challenge an Assignment of Mortgage by Glenn Augenstein continued from Part 1 on DeadlyClear

Glenn Augenstein, a seasoned researcher and expert witness in foreclosure fraud, has taken the time to research the ancient word “seisin” which gives us better insight into what the mortgage document was meant to convey.

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Wells Fargo v Erobobo

On this I must first comment that standing, or lack thereof, is considered differently in some jurisdictions than it is others.  Some treat it as an affirmative defense that must be pleaded timely or it is considered waived. “Because the issue of standing is distinct from the issue of subject-matter jurisdiction and, thus, can be waived, we hold that Continue reading

Part 1 – How to Challenge an Assignment of Mortgage

medievalpeasants300wHave you ever wondered what the phrase “Borrower is lawfully seised of the estate hereby conveyed and has the right to mortgage” under BORROWER COVENANTS meant?

Glenn Augenstein, a seasoned researcher, history major and expert witness in foreclosure fraud, has taken the time to research the ancient word “seisin” which gives us better insight into what the mortgage document was meant to convey.

This two-part post is worth the read and education – and may give you a new perspective on the intention of the documents and the necessity to defend the title at all costs. Continue reading