TESTIMONIALS ON OUR SECURITIZATION COMMENTARY

Great job!  Thank you so much for this commentary.  It will be an excellent tool for us  at the preliminary hearing on August 27, 2010.  An evidentiary hearing may be coming in the immediate future.  Deutsche Bank introduced a fake “original note” during an eleventh hour deposition of one Cynthia Stevens.  She had verified all the Original Documents used to foreclosure on our property.
When pressed for an answer by my attorney, Dan McGookey, she had to admit that she never saw the “original note” until a few minutes before her deposition.   When my wife Terry and I were deposed, we asked to see the “original note and mortgage”.  We were told that they were coming in the mail.
During our depositions, my wife and I hammered Deutsche Bank about the mortgage being a securities transaction and the opposing attorney – one Rose Marie L. Fiore of McGlinchey Stafford – became so angry that she threatened us both with contempt as she did not like our answers.  Our attorney said that he wanted to call the judge if she did not stop badgering us.  Both of our depositions were stopped at one point and we were told to leave the conference room.   We sat in a small lunch room about five doors down from the arguing attorneys.  They were screaming at each other so loud that we could hear every word.
We knew then that it was “a good day at the office” for us.  We shall keep you posted as Deutsche Bank has to explain to the court why they are refusing to answer any of our discovery.

38 Responses

  1. i’m looking for someone who has purchased the “combo” and how they used the info in court

  2. Does anyone proof that Cynthia Stevens is a robo signer or maybe Michelle Haylard? What their positions are and do they work for AHMSI? Thanks for any help. robert@moi-now.com

  3. Hi Karen,

    IMHO – I just think these bastards have people so strung-out and stressed that there is no time, brain, or energy, left to organize for something. I know for myself – I would much rather deliver a McVeigh U-Hauler to a few of the dman foreclosure mills and lender skyrise buildings than to picket & get our hopes up that these bastards actually care.

    I honestly do not believe they will stop unless something so horrific SHUTS THEM DOWN. These people (lenders & foreclosure mills) have ZERO fear or respect. They have no-reason to care. Winning a few court-cases paying out a few million or a few-hundred million does NOT matter to these people. The money is only part of the game. They want control over it all – that includes “us”.

    While they keep us pawns manuvering back-n-forth, two steps forward 3-back, its only to give an appearance of motion. The end is still the same – with the exception of a few.

    If folks in FL want to stop Stern – put a stinger on his 108ft yacht. Take out his 15-million dollar mansion with the fancy cars… If it is made clear, why it was done and the cost was not only his “insured” TOYS, then he might reconsider his arrogant ways. It sounds evil – wrong and I wish it would never come to that – but they have made it CLEAR that they will do what they want – when they want and WE will pay what HE decides. He’s made it personal – people need to exact that PERSONAL PRICE NOT FROM HIM but from what his insurance cannot replace.

    Take a mob of 400 or so over to his little island house at midnight and rip his house down – with his family in it – don’t kill anyone but let them feel the chaos that THEY ARE CREATING… then he might get religion – become born-again and suddenly start rethinking his ways. If not, oh-well, take it to the next level.

    They only need this to continue for about 2-yrs or so. By then people will be so disoriented & twisted around most will have forgotten they were foreclosed.

    It sounds nasty and NO ONE wants to see others get hurt. But make NO MISTAKE about this one – these people will do whatever it takes – regardless WHAT that means to you & your family. I read articles of foreclosure mills hiring people to kick down the doors and throw them out. Keep in mind – it isn’t as someone else is dying or starving. These liars broke the law creating illegal loans and sold them to folks knowing they could not repay. These lenders & foreclosure mills KNEW THIS DAY WAS COMING. They KNEW granny would commit suicide – families would kill each other and THEY DID IT ANYWAY. I have zero compassion for these lenders & foreclosure mills – including their families and I will gladly send their names & address to every al Qaeda website I can find – I would buy the videos of their beheadings and SEND IT TO THER FAMILES. That’s what these freaking liars deserve – but that’s just my opinion.

  4. ANONYMOUS,
    I’m sorry, I did not link my email to this response chain. I am discouraged. I have been posting for days for people to email me, only a few have. I’m not sure how to proceed. I have gotten on foreclosurehamlet.org where Lisa is organizing us too. It seems like rounding up cats. Anyone have any ideas on how to accomplish this? Please email with ideas. I’m not afraid to post my name, my phone number, my email. What can they do? They are already trying to take my home….what will they do if I try to organize a fight? Take me out? I think not. There are too many witnesses here to prevent that.

    EMAIL ME NOW!!!
    pooleykaren@yahoo.com
    206-396-4486.

  5. All of MBIA insurance’s complaints and motions against Countrywide and others are on their website. Check out their amended complaint and others. Very educational for understanding the back end!

    http://www.mbia.com/investor/legal_proceedings.html

  6. A time will (soon) come when those hustling will find themselves hustled – thus no chair at the proverbial table. Ironically, they will escape from is “each-other.” These are people with a severed conscience – where morality & ethics were traded & swapped as a tonic to justify their deeds.

    Once the table becomes crowded reality rudely sets in. For a brief time – those having the most dirt on others find a chair. Then when push comes to shove – it becomes obvious survival mode engaged and quite a few find themselves no longer welcome. Fall out begins – and whoever has the “richest” dirt comes away with the best plea-bargain…

    We hear of families taking their lives – moms & dads with no hope – elderly committing suicide… How many societies have ever heard of their elderly committing suicide because of foreclosure…?

    There will come a time when the PEOPLE will impose consequences of their own, if the courts continue a denial of DUE PROCESS. This is WAY to freaking big for some lame-ass excuse – Too Big to Fail… The people already see through the lies. Hell, I’m not the brightest bulb on the tree – didn’t even graduate and this stuff is obvious and is growing exponentially with every day. Piss-off some religious zeal jihadists in the middle east and they might get a few lucky hits on us. BUT – PISS “us” OFF – STEAL OUR FUTURE and our children’s FUTURE – somebody’s opened-up a very nasty can of whoop-ass and WE THE PEOPLE are about to start eating our spinach and go Popeye all over these lying thieving bastards… They better do it right by doing right – or get the hell out of the way…

    Keep the Powder Dry

    I hope it doesn’t explode but the lid is whistling & shaking… These people are FOOLS if they think there is some way to hide this from the American People. FOOLISH! Deal with RIGHTLY – HONESTLY and some will still flip out – but abuse us THEN again LIE to us – man, someone is getting an ass-whipping! 🙁

  7. Thanks David for pointing out something. This is a game of musical chairs. There are trillions in paper hypothecated off several hundred billion. It is a huge rush to get out of the paper and into the assets instead. There isn’t enough room for everyone so some are going to lose out.

  8. Hi Brian Davies,

    Regarding the MBIA and the Investor lawsuits… I spoke with one of their attorneys 2-wks ago. Our loan is floating in one of their cessPools CWALT INC – part of that lawsuit… It has NEVER met the criteria blatantly violates the PSA in multiple sections. They were strangely inept & not interested. Our case has fraud in every aspect – material evidence – collusion – conspiracy to defraud – and its documented including local gov officials…

    I apologize because I don’t know the proper terminology or how to connect the dots but…

    IMHO – these investors are quickly realizing their INVESTMENTS are based upon fraud. HOWEVER – (lost in Space – DANGER – DANGER WILL ROBINSON – WARNING – STOP DO NOT ENTER)… because if they continue their lawsuits it is becoming more obvious that they will NOT recoup their “fraction” of INVESTMENT. It will simply expose & BANKRUPT THEM ALL.

    So, if they want to have any retirement funds at all – they must blindly allow the FRAUDSTERS continue their ponzi scheme! Consequently the continued pillaging of bottom-feeder borrowers and tossing them in the streets is a “necessary evil” to save their retirement funds. So, to sooth their conscience and save any hopes of their retirement/investment funds, well do you remember Hogan’s Heroes, Shultz: “I know NOTHING – I KNOW NOTHING”… well – IMHO – that is what we are confronting. For the short-term huge lawsuits will fly but as they investigate and learn their futures are bankrupt – those lawsuits will dissipate. This is “survival” of the richest and most manipulative. The last group to figure out the scam LOSES!

    I know an attorney who has contacted most every body involved – SEC – countless insurance companies – AG’s – etc. She is very professional – an expert witness for the FBI for YEARS and her expertise is INSURANCE FRAUD. Her investigations have been successful but for some “STRANGE” reason – these insurance companies and law firms representing investors are not interested. Thanks but NO THANKS…

    As mentioned – IMHO – If homeowners are >>”PERMITTED” << to successfully challenge and win based upon the "unlawful" acts evident in these schemes – RETIREMENT FUNDS – and most other same-type INVESTMENT portfolios – will GO BANKRUPT. Therefore, it is imperative our laws are (secretly) rewritten to PREVENT (too many) homeowners from successfully challenging these foreclosures. In order to protect their retirement/investments they must STOP us (bottom-feeders) from CONNECTING the dots.

    TOO BIG TO FAIL is not about these lenders & MBS-ABS-CDOs or whatever – these lying corrupt bastards have bankrupted the COUNTRY from the INSIDE OUT. They SPENT the FUTURES or to put it "my layman's terms" – they not only spent money they never had – they SPENT the PROMISE TO PAY money not yet collected – then SPENT the projected PROFITS of those PROMISES TO PAY 20-30 yrs out…

    IMHO – this is no longer about FRAUD – it’s actually EXTORTION…

    just my thoughts…

    Keep the Powder Dry

  9. My take on the matter is to let them have the consumer’s home. The consumer then makes the lender pay the price of foreclosure claiming recognition, due for reclassifying the sales as debt and restating earnings.

    These UD attorneys are so smart that they may cost these bank power houses a debt load totaling about $3 trillion and more in liabilities left off the books.

    Deceit and fraud are defined separately in statutes. Deceit is defined in Civ. Code §§1709 and 1710, while fraud is defined in Civ. Code §§1572 (actual fraud) and 1573(constructive fraud).

    Liability for actual fraud under Civ. Code §1572is limited to acts committed by or with the connivance of a party to a contract with the intent to deceive another party to the contract and induce that party to enter into the contract.

    The precise and distinct GAAP and FASB rules violation are clearly demonstrated in each foreclosure. Lenders are violating GAAP even with the recent codification, including revisions and interpretation.

    Here’s a better way to understand the problem. A lender cannot invest in a business and hold stock.
    FIERRREA terminated holding and selling Junk bonds and that means equities also.

    Example:
    The lender will sell their loans to a straw buyer, say Lehman Bros. and a SPE. Lehman Bros.then takes the loans and capitalizes the SPE. Its done over tie and is unlawful where concurrently funded! So, let’s keep this a secretive transaction and hire a “nominee” …we will call the nominee REM’s

    The parties form a new company in the SPE and transfer the loans as a capital contribution. They contribute the loans as REM’s nominee and receive paid in capital in exchange for stock certificates.

    Loans stamped Paid in Full. The stock issued against the SPE is sold to investors in a bonefide sale under a Trust structure.

    The cash generated from the stock is 6:1 ratio for the loans sold.

    The Bank of Commonwealth (BAC) are selling the loans and benefit by

    (1) Getting back their cash used to fund the loans.
    (2) The bank then gets the excess cash from the leverage offered by the high coupon and lower expectations demanded by the investors for shorter term Yields.

    Now readers (critics and mischief-makers in denial) …..snatch the pebbles from my hand!

    YOU NEED TO FOLLOW REAL RIPP OFF OF THE CASH

    BALANCE SHEET
    (BAC) ASSETS

    Loans Held for Sale $ 1,000,000
    Loans Held & Sold – $ 1,000,000
    x x x x x x x x x x x —————
    Gain on Sale Loans $ 1,050,000
    Cash Held Deposits $ 4,000,000

    Can they do this? Yes they can. Is it legal? Derecognition says yes it is. How? By virtue of a bank transfer of assets accomplished via a bonefide sale.

    Can the bank recover the loans it sold in a foreclosure? NO WAY.
    ABSOLUTLEY NO WAY. NO WAY POSSIBLE.

    Take a hike debt collector and counsel! I see the prep walk coming your way at a local venue soon…very soon! Indict a debt collector today!

    Again, foreclosures cannot continue in violation of GAAP and where lenders circumvent basis accounting laws while continuing to force the sale treatment issue and while denying they are controlling assets.

    It’s all mind boggling when you consider the distance in communication here and A CONSUMERS LAWYERS alternative to grab the lowest hanging fruit. . . .A RESPA audit (what is that anyway), securities verification and a QWR that together are just not going to cut it.

    FACT: These bank execs fail to realize, maybe …that these Enron style crimes, like those stated in the Fastow confessional, will gets you 10 years . . .at least.

    M.Soliman
    Witness to Counsel
    Expert.witness@live.com

  10. Foreclosures cannot continue in violation of GAAP and where lenders circumvent basis accounting laws while continuing to force the sale treatment issue and while denying they are controlling assets. It’s the best of both worlds with sale on the front side and as if it was leveraged borrowing upon liquidation and egress.

    Lenders built a formidable bankrupt insulate entity they cannot pierce themselves. it was designed by their own demise.

    As we sit I’ll show you the subtle instances of apparently innocent manipulation complicated by confusion befallen on to the courts. We call it … from errors and omissions which lenders are getting away with to totrtious interference with code. This is happening as the courts say . . . . So what!

    The errors and omissions are the desperate means for seeking to maintain some semblance of SFAS140 adherence and for maintaining tax exempt staus while employing lawyers as third parties appointed by agents of agents by a nominal interest. Nominal inteterst….WTF (Where’s the Fed)!

    I personally have given up on the corrct MERS arguments as MERS is a service and their assignments are legal but being misconstrued by attorneys. They are entitled to act as an accommodation for recoding purposes and even a nominal interest, possibly. It’s just so easy for one to see the obvious that the facts are othrwise and become lost.

    The nominee cannot execute instruments upon being replaced by the signature below it. That’s the purpose of the nominee! And, while one courts sometimes rules in favor of the consumer it misses the call.

    Something basic is getting lost and I’m not getting through. Unique “floating” entities cannot appear from nowhere to execute assignments by virtue of meritless appointments.

    msoliman
    expert.witness@live.com

  11. foreclosurefight, on August 12, 2010 at 10:38 am Said:
    DO NOT EVER GIVE UP!!!!!

    Brilliant. Wow! File a lawsuit now and move to consolidate the matter.
    ———————————————————————
    “It is illegal to practice law without a license. Always see an attorney to determine your rights.Only a licensed practitioner can advise you of your legal rights.”

  12. George Babcock Attorney At Law
    23 Acorn Street
    Suite 202
    Rhode Island, RI 02903

    Dear Mr. Babcock

    The notice provided your client is alleging the right of parties to bring the subject property to sale under the power provided a beneficiary by the state.

    Your client’s letter dated August 6th, 2010 is regarding a recovery effort for the alleged beneficial interest for the subject property located at 10 W Sage Street in North Rorwick, Calamazoo. I assume the letter was received by your client on or about the time our office was asked to opine on the matter.

    My intent is to assist your efforts as an expert witness. Therefore I want to inform you my belief the Notice of Foreclosure is woefully insufficient to bring a non-judicial foreclosure by sale. The original loan provided to Mr. Borrower shows Sovereign Bank as the mortgagee. By its own admission Sovereign Bank originated and subsequent to sale, transferred all rights and ownership in the subject loan.

    Upon selling the subject mortgage loan and mortgage receivable your client’s bank realized some return on the sale of the asset. Whatever the result your office should seek the journal and bookkeeping entry to verify our discovery.

    Our office recomends the borrower request the lender provide your office with the financial detail or line item ledger showing the day and for what amount the subject loan was repurchased.

    Only by reacquiring the subject mortgage loan can the lender maintain any standing to bring a non-judicial foreclosure and recovery.

    The question is for verifying who is entitled to conduct a sale of the subject property. Furthermore, can the alleged lender demonstrate standing to bring a foreclosure under GAAP whereby the accounting records must show the alleged parties as having carried the asset at its current value.

    Please inform the attorneys intending to hold the sale to refrain from proceeding with advertising the subject property for sale until these critical questions can be answered.

    Respectfully;

    Maher E. Soliman
    Expert Witness

  13. I’m in Ca Bk and I can’t get the judge to force the bank to follow the law when making their proof of claim.

    For proof that the bank owns, or possesses the note, the judge allows a declaration by a bank officer or lawyer that it does.

    So when I objected that the bank does not have the note, the judge relies on a statement by the bank that it does.

    Do bank officers and lawyers ever lie? Do they forge documents? Do they make copies of title co. docs and say they are copies of the original wet ink note in their possession.

    The indorsement the bank attached is an allonge, separate piece of paper, not attached to the original, and the judge could care less.

    Does anyone have any insight in how to get an evidentiary hearing or some action to inquire into the matter of whether the bank is real party in interest?

    Or is the only recourse an appeal?

    David

    davidwood100@yahoo.com

  14. Folks, connecting the dots between what was done to the homeowner v. what was done to the investor is obviously paramount here. We need to pay close attention to the investor’s skew. From:

    http://www.mfi-miami.com/?cat=208

    “Reaching that threshold gives holders the means to identify misrepresentations in loans, and possibly force repurchases by banks, Franklin said.

    Banks are already grappling with repurchase demands from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the U.S.-backed mortgage finance giants.

    The investors, which include some of the largest in the nation, claim they have been unfairly taking losses as the housing market crumbled and defaulted loans hammered their bonds. Requests to servicers that collect and distribute payments — which include big banks — to investigate loans are often referred to clauses that prohibit action by individuals, investors have said.

    Since loan servicers, lenders and loan sellers sometimes are affiliated, there are conflicts of interest when asking the companies to ferret out the loans that destined their private mortgage bonds for losses, Franklin said in a July 20 letter to trustees, who act on behalf of bondholders.

    “There’s a lot of smoke out there about whether these loans were properly written, and about whether the servicing is appropriate and whether recoveries are maximized” for bondholders, Franklin said in an interview.

    He wouldn’t disclose his clients, but said they represent more than $500 billion in securities managed for pension funds, 401(k) plans, endowments, and governments. The securities are private mortgage bonds issued by Wall Street firms that helped trigger the worst financial crisis since the 1930s.

    Franklin’s effort, using a clearinghouse model to aggregate positions, is a milestone for investors who have been unable to organize. Some have wanted to fire servicers but couldn’t gather the necessary voting rights.

    “Investors have finally reached a mechanism whereby they can act collectively to enforce their contractual rights,” said one portfolio manager involved in the effort, who declined to be named. “The trustees, the people that made representations and warranties to the trust, and the servicers have taken advantage of a very fractured asset management industry to perpetuate a circle of silence around these securities.”

    Read more here: http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSN2115720720100721

    The last few paragraphs are very important:

    “Franklin’s effort, using a clearinghouse model to aggregate positions, is a milestone for investors who have been unable to organize.”

    Possibly, this same method would work from the ground up? Please re-read this:

    “There’s a lot of smoke out there about whether these loans were properly written, and about whether the servicing is appropriate and whether recoveries are maximized” for bondholders, Franklin said in an interview.”

    That would seem to me to be a complete admission that what we’ve been looking at from below, is the same as viewed from above.

    Just a thought.

  15. BSE

    Agree – fight! I am not in foreclosure – and I am not under-water. But, been fighting fraud for a very long time.

    Do not give up. Fraud is massive.

  16. They are in WAY too deep to be able to fix this!!!

    With all of the “documents” they forged before, during and after their foreclosure…the documents state that Deutsche is a Corporation in FOUR different states!!!!

    I didn’t get the chance to bring any of this up today…THEY ASKED FOR THEIR OWN DISMISSAL!!!!

  17. I meant without…..

  18. I don’t understand when an attempting foreclosing bank makes errors (fraud) and gets caught doing it, why the court dismisses WITH prejudice. So they can regroup and get their lies and fraud straight?????

  19. Don’t be a victim. Be a Victor
    Stand and Fight !

  20. DO NOT EVER GIVE UP!!!!!

    We had an Unlawful Detainer Hearing this morning for which I was fully prepared to defend against Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, as Trustee their capacity to sue, service of process issues, fraudulent documents, etc.

    Get this…

    At the beginning of the hearing…their “Attorney” asked the Judge to DISMISS THEIR OWN EVICTION CASE WITHOUT PREJUDICE…

    AND THE JUDGE GRANTED THEIR OWN MOTION TO DISMISS WITHOUT PREJUDICE…

    When/if they do decide to refile I will be fully prepared to argue their capacity to sue, etc.

    I have them by the balls as they are not even Registered with our Secretary of State to do business; nor are they registered with the Department of Commerce…

    KEEP FIGHTING EVERYONE!!!

    Eventually they will tie themselves in knots that they can’t get out of!!!

  21. Trover and Conversion…. why isn’t anyone counterclaiming or instigating and original action against the entities attempting to enforce the note.
    In light of this securitization scheme in which the lender is the investor, these entities have no right to the note at all.
    They have no right to possession . They have no right to the proceeds of the conversion. They have no right to retain the note after the obligation has been satisfied (by third-party insurance or otherwise.

    Conversion” at law is defined to be an unauthorized assumption and exercise of the right of ownership over goods or personal chattels belonging to another, to the alteration of their condition or the exclusion of the owner’s rights.

    “Every unauthorized taking of personal property, and all intermeddling with it, beyond the extent of the authority conferred, in case a limited authority has been given with intent so to apply and dispose of it as to alter the condition or interfere with the owner’s dominion, is a conversion.” Laverty v. Snethen, 68 N. Y. 522, 524, 53 Am. Rep. 184 (quoted and approved in Industrial General Trust Co. v. Tod, 170 N. Y. 233, 03 N. E. 285; Field v. Sibley, 77 N. Y. Supp. 252, 255, 74 App. Div. 81).
    A conversion seems to consist in any tortious act by which defendant deprives the plaintiff of his goods. A demand and refusal to deliver are, in general, evidence of a conversion; but it is said that to make a refusal to deliver evidence of a conversion, it must be in the power of the defendant to make the delivery demanded. There must be an actual tort In every action for trover and conversion the possession is supposed to have been lawfully in the defendant It is the breach of the trust or the abuse of such lawful possession which constitutes the conversion. Spencer v. Blackman (N. Y.) 9 Wend. 167, 168.

    TROVER
    A conversion is the gist of the action, and without conversion neither possession of the property, negligence, nor misfortune will enable the action to be maintained. Stephen says: “Trover is a remedy to recover the value of personal chattels wrongfully converted by another to his own use.” Rogers v. Huie, 2 Cal. 571, 572, 56 Am. Dec 3

    Trover is a generic name, applied to those torts arising from unlawful conversion of any particular piece of personal property owned by another. Spellman v. Richmond & D. R. Co., 14 S. E. 947, 949, 35 S. C. 475, 28 Am. St Rep. 858.

    Commencing process on this basis will get them running from their assertion of being the holder of the note. They will be wishing they never opened their big fat mouths.

  22. Just a few things to add that a former Judge friend of mine and a very experienced attorney in real estate and contract law, and torts have told me regarding Pro Se litigants in court….they say it is best to demand a jury trial, since a group of our “peers” (who, also as American citizens, who are as outraged about this foreclosure crisis as we victims are) will be far more sympathetic to our plight than a judge (who, for the most part, are biased against homeowners being foreclosed upon…especially if you are Pro Se), and that whenever you are explaining something, to speak loudly and clearly at the beginning of what you are about to say…”ON AND FOR THE RECORD…” which will alert the judge, opposing counsel, the court reporter and the jury that you are ‘TESTIFYING”, and if anyone tries to say that you are not testifying, say, “Yes, I AM TESTIFYING as to what is and has occurred,” and if you still get opposition about your “testimony”, raise your right hand and use the phrase to swear in a “Witness”, this way, your words will be listened to, recorded, and interruptions should be kept to a minimum, since a testimony is not supposed to be interrupted. Neil, what do you have to say about this advice I have been given? If any of you “bloggers” here have something to add, please do, since Pro Se litigants need all the help we can gather from those who are more experienced! Best wishes to all of my fellow American citizens who are fighting a foreclosure battle in court! mp3rmd729@gmail.com

  23. *Please support the Florida First Amendment Foundation

    http://www.floridafaf.org/

    Also, big thanks to Dan Edstrom, Neil et al for making this such a great place to learn and share knowledge!

  24. Thanks to BRIAN and FRANK!!!

    YOU GUYS ROCK!!!!!!!

    http://www.thinkbigworksmall.com/mypage/tbws/

  25. I AM UP AGAINST A FIRM THAT BOASTS TO HAVE A PRO BONO PROGRAM. MAYBE I SHOULD ASK THEM TO TAKE ME PRO BONO. AGAINST THE BANK. SO THAT THEY CAN SAVE FACE. AND NOT BE APART OF THE BIGGEST PONZI SCHEME THAT HAS TORN OUR COMMUNITIES APART BUT FOR KNOW REAL REASON.

    WE ARE GOING UP AGAINST THE PHAROAHS. THE AMOUNT OF MONEY THEY WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO SPEND FOR HUNDREDS OF GENERATIONS. THE PHAROAHS THOUGHT YOU COULD TAKE THE MONEY GOLD SERVANTS TO NEXT WORLD. I WONDER WHAT THE BANKSTERS ARE THINKING? DONT THEY KNOW YOU CANT TAKE THE MONEY WITH YOU WHEN YOU DIE?

    NEVER AGAIN
    NEIL GARFIELD + DAN EDSTROM + THE HEROES OF THE CITY OF BELL CASE STUDY

  26. Karen Pooley

    Go for it – this is what needs to be done.

    They are running scared. New government proposals to help pay mortgage payments for unemployed – up to 2 years – to prevent foreclosures. But, CNBC – says NO PRINCIPAL REDUCTIONS – they are are fighting like the plague. If we do not have principal reductions – foreclosures will continue despite any new minimal efforts to prevent foreclosures.

    Karen is right – Karen, cannot join yet – but once you organize – I am ready to speak out..

  27. GO DAN GO!! The nicest guy on the planet and always willing to help out others.

  28. McGlinchey Stafford is the firm BoA hired to take me on. They’ve already filed something late but it was allowed by the judge. They’re a bunch of scalwags who have no idea what they’re up against–a free man that ‘s not afraid of a fight!

    NO QUARTER! NEVER AGAIN! (Rock on, A Man!)

  29. YES DAN EDSRTOM DOESNT KNOW ME BUT HE HAS HELPED MY FRIEND AND SO HAS BRIAN DAVIES

    THANK YOU

  30. Will the Commentaries be available for attorneys adn pro se’s battling these issues?

  31. Yes, and let’s get organized.

    We need to win on the local level…..pressing representatives, Attorney Generals, etc.

    Call me.
    Karen
    206-396-4486

  32. How did that happen ? Did you mean arbitration or deposistion?

  33. wow!!!!!! Sounds like a 3 ring Circus! The banks a such Bozos! Hope you guys win! 🙂

  34. http://www.scribd.com/doc/35714992/MBIA-SUES-BANK-OF-AMERICA-FOR-FAILURE-TO-FOLLOW-THE-REPS-AND-WARRANTIES-THIS-IS-THE-INSURANCE-POLICY-FOR-THE-TRUST-MOTION-TO-COMPEL-THE-LOAN-LEVEL

    THIS IS THE MOTION TO COMPEL FROM THE INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR THE MORTGAGE BACKED SECURITY POOL IN WHICH THEY SAY THE REPS AND WARRANTIES THAT THEIR COVERAGE WAS BASED IS FLAWED AND A FRAUD. THEY TOO WANT TO SEE THE LOAN LEVEL FILES. SEEMS LIKE THE TRUSTEES AND SERVICERS DO NOT WANT TO PART WITH SUCH EVIDENCE.

  35. Great job. This tool looks to be a great forum for comparative analysis and possible info gathering for future cases. Dan is a friend and business associate and is obviously opening doors for alot of people. Keep ’em coming.

    jim

  36. God be with you. Best of luck. I pray you win.

  37. GREAT JOB!!!!!

    DAN EDSTROM HAS HELPED MANY OF US WITH HIS UNSELFISH DESIRE TO UNDERSTAND THIS COMPLEX TOPIC. HE UNDERSTANDS THESE ISSUES COMPLETELY.

    BEST,
    BRIAN DAVIES
    ADVANCED LITIGANT PRO SE WITH MUCH HELP FROM HIS LEGAL FRIENDS

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