Robo-Judges – It’s speed vs. skepticism for Fla. judges facing avalanche of foreclosure cases
Posted by Foreclosure Fraud on October 17, 2010
“It’s like talking to a brick wall. . . . The banks themselves have slowed down, but not the judges. . . . They are robo-signers.” ~ By Brady Dennis Washington Post Staff Writer Friday, October 15, 2010; 12:11 AM FORT LAUDERDALE – In a cramped, makeshift courtroom, Broward County Judge Victor Tobin was signing off on uncontested foreclosure cases as fast as a clerk could keep them coming, only a few seconds per file.
“Batter up,” he said as he finished one stack and eyed the next. With scores of cases remaining on the day’s “rocket docket” earlier this week and tens of thousands more awaiting judgment in this courthouse, there was little time to pause.
We called and confirmed the "promotion" and I must say, we were speechless.
If this does not go to show how rigged the foreclosure game is, I do not know what will.
I don't know what to believe anymore...
I knew it was bad, but this is even beyond me...
Letter to Gov Scott below...
Oh, and in other news today, it appears the Florida foreclosure courts are broke. Check out the latest order out of Palm Beach County stating there will be no more foreclosure trials since they ran out of funding.
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