And unless Americans are willing to face the facts and hold people (including corporations) ethically and financially accountable, we will lose the land and freedom we have fought so hard to protect. Democracy is in distress.
The question every American is asking is “when will this depressed economy start to recover?” The typical political answer is, “there is no silver bullet.” Then why do these politicians keep using the shotgun approach against homeowners?! Continue reading →
“This is another case which is slowly convincing me that I am the judge in the “Sixth Sense” part of the Civil Court where, like characters in that film who only see dead people, I am relegated to seeing cases with “dead corporations” represented by “dead law firms,” citing Hon. Philip S. Straniere from CENTURION CAPITAL CORP., v. ANNA GUARINO.
Sounds a lot like mortgage foreclosure fraud, doesn’t it? Bankrupt mortgage lending companies resurrecting themselves as the ghost of the bank or pretender lender that exited years earlier – all of a sudden, without legal authority they appear in court trying to fool the homeowners, investors, state recordation offices and courts with fabricated (too late) assignments of mortgage to trusts that closed years earlier and are now rapidly depleting their assets – paid off likely with TARP funds – thank you very much. Continue reading →