Foreclosure Offense and Defense: Identity Theft Catching ON

It seems that my Texas readers have done some research of their own regarding my recent posting about using identity theft and mortgage fraud as a solid claim with teeth to go after individuals and corporations who tricked you into the mortgage terms that nobody could pay or will pay.

Hi Neil:
After reading your front page, I thought you would be interested in the following. I hope to run it in my case if I can ever locate competent counsel here in Texas:
Texas Penal Code Sec. 32.32: FALSE STATEMENT TO OBTAIN PROPERTY

(b): A person commits an offense if he intentionally or knowingly

makes a materially false or misleading written statement

to obtain property or credit for himself or another.

(c)(7): An offense under this section is: a felony of the first degree if the

value of the property or the amount of credit is $200,000 or more.

Sec. 32.46: SECURING EXECUTION OF DOCUMENT BY DECEPTION:

(a) A person commits an offense if, with intent to defraud or

harm any person, he, by deception:

(1) causes another to sign or execute any document affecting

property or service or the pecuniary interest of any person

(b) An offense under Subsection (a)(1) is a:

(7) felony of the first degree if the value of the property, service,

or pecuniary interest is $200,000 or more. (Id.)

Jack Wright

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