Another Person Dies Fighting Fake Foreclosure by Wells Fargo

  • Larry Delassus, of Hermosa Beach, California, lost his house two years ago after the bank thought he was behind on his property taxes but it was actually his neighbor
  • Despite proving he was ahead of schedule on his mortgage and had paid his property taxes in advance, he still had to fight the bank in court
  • The 62-year-old who suffered a rare blood-clot disorder, died of a massive heart attack in Torrance Courthouse on December 19, 2012, as he was fighting the shocking blunder

Seehttps://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2290983/Larry-Delassus-death-Elderly-man-lost-house-Wells-Fargo-TYPO-collapses-dies-court-fighting-bank-years-on.html

So first of all let’s get one thing straight. His neighbor probably was not indebted to Wells Fargo and therefore a declaration of default or “Notice of Default” from  or on behalf of Wells Fargo would have been false, fraudulent and part of a RICO scheme even if it had been directed against the neighbor.

Second, the reason why the foreclosure was not simply withdrawn as an error is that it was no error and in all probability the foreclosure process was not directly controlled by Wells Fargo but rather through a labyrinth of sham conduits just so everyone could have plausible deniability.

Third the reason why foreclosure was pursued had nothing to do with the performance of any loan. The participants supporting the foreclosure were all in it to make a profit and had no interest nor intent to pay any party who actually owned the debt.

And fourth, the man died along with thousands of others, because of the stress of fighting for his home instead of his health.

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4 Responses

  1. In my opinion only, the local court magistrates-judges know everything. They are told what to do. Many of them are specifically chosen, and do not have “any” legal education or experience. The one thing that stands alone for me: the state courts have no jurisdiction with trust issues. A diversity issue-contractual…they know it and rule anyway, on matters beyond their capacity-jurisdiction…my record is so corrupted, near impossible to cleanse. Even using counsel, there is ample evidence to suggest, my lawyer was pressured to leave it alone or else. He lied to me, took money under false pretenses and presented “zero” counter arguments, while telling me, “it wasn’t a real court proceeding, no need to be in the hearing”…and suing the lawyer-filing a complaint is useless. You spend more time and energy off your focus and chasing a principle.

  2. Who ever mixed up the tax ID should be sued

  3. Well put Ian — (and Neil).

    It is hard to even get to first base in courts because judges ignore fundamental “representation.” I saw one case in which the term — Wells Fargo (or U.S. Bank) only in its individual capacity as trustee to BS Trust, was questioned (the case settled).

    Where did the term “individual capacity as trustee” come from? The trustee department is a division of the Bank — it is the bank. But we know there is no “bank” representation. The servicer (debt collector) takes control and assumes representation without any proven authority.to represent any “trustee” – in any capacity. I do not see this addressed. Yet, if you have this – you are at a disadvantage to start.

    Thanks.

  4. Moral outrage is called for. Also called for is disgust and loathing for our regulatory agencies, our elected officials, our courts , and the legal profession. The ratings agencies were complicit, also the title insurance Industry , and the recording offices in every county in the US. What are they, brain dead? Or just stupid, to not have known that something was “amiss”- this guy dying while in court fighting an illegal action by Wells Fraudgo serves to underscore the entire hideous criminal mindset of the parties involved.

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