Orlov, who witnessed the Soviet Union's collapse from within, lamented that the American empire's condition is so severe there is "absolutely nothing" most can do to keep it alive or hasten its demise.
One of the sorry reminders of the decline of the rule of law in the United States is the frequency with which incidents of what look like document forgeries take place in foreclosure cases.
What moron would propose that in an economy that is so obviously healthy and surging. After all, the only way to validate a surging stock market, er, economic recovery, is through bullshit numbers pulled out of the ass.
So it is gratifying in a perverse way to see a case in which the perp not only looks to have engaged in chicanery, but the facts make it pretty hard for him to say he didn’t know he was pulling a fast one. And even more fun, it involves JP Morgan...
The investors bought hundreds of millions of dollars of Countrywide securities they thought were "conservative, low-risk investments." Countrywide misrepresented the securities' safety and compromised their investments by ignoring its underwriting gu
For over six years, the Golins have been fighting for the safe return of their daughter, who was put under conservatorship in a hearing fraught with fraud and false testimony on the part of the state. Along the way, Jeff and Elsie Golin were arrested
Time after time, C.A.R.E. has filed for conservatorship of elderly women, left vulnerable after the death of a spouse, with offspring or other family members either out of state or otherwise absent from the picture. When there are family members pres
ISOLATE — IMMOBILIZE — EUTHANIZE “Mom just wasn’t dying fast enough,” states Megan, and those who had the family fortune in their sights needed to do something about that, in order to secure the money. Over protestations from Megan, the mother
We're tired of the crooks that are stealing houses and otherwise generally screwing the public by doing things like filing false affidavits or even just breaking in and changing locks, not even bothering with a court judgment first.
What's so important is that this is the process in California, Nevada and Arizona (AZ is both judicial and non-judicial), which have three of the top four foreclosure rates.
Bear Stearns mortgage executives sold securitized mortgages: The lawsuit's supporting e-mails, going back as far as 2005, highlight Bear traders telling their superiors they were selling investors like Ambac a "sack of shit."
If you want it distilled down into one sentence, it's this: You told us you were selling us good paper, and in fact you were knowingly selling us a box of dogcrap.
Now it is all the way up to 91% after a just released lawsuit by the bulk of the world's biggest insurance companies has been made public, in a fresh lawsuit again Bank of America/Countrywide over "Massive mortgage fraud."
The solution to the ongoing Foreclosure-Gate fiasco is so simply and yet so brilliant (in a way that benefits the banks naturally) is so brilliant, that it has to date evaded most... but not all. The solution: just shred it all.
When is enough enough? When does the helping of friends stray into the scratching of backs in an improper or illegal manner? Questions will abound over the course of many political "regimes" from local to Federal, but this seems particularly tellin
Organic Consumers Association Funded by Big Pharma! Our food supply is in jeopardy. Not only from outside forces such as poisons from China, but from within.
© 2010-2011, Angela V. Woodhull, Ph.D. STEP ONE—“EMINENT DANGER”—THE INITIAL COURT PETITION The professional guardian, with the assistance of her attorneys, commences the embezzlement process by filing an emergency petition in the probate
Marie Long was worth $1.3 million when she suffered a stroke and came under the “protection” of a professional guardian. Three short years later, she is penniless and subsisting off of a meager social security pension and Medicaid. Louise A. Fal
The American government is acting as if it is involved in a massive coverup of a control fraud and corruption that could perhaps be the worst in its history. I think many people who are looking at this know in their hearts that all is not well...
It’s easy to see how the physical legal reality and the electronic record might not agree. As the lawyer keeps emphasizing in his questions, there is nothing here which would make a chain of transfers evidentiary of anything...
The implication is that MERS is superior to the local courthouse system. The evidence is the reverse. Chris Peterson has described the utterly unorthodox corporate governance system of MERS, where employees of other firms put on a MERS hat...
One issue seemingly untouched by the all the legal eagles out there who claim to be defending independent and family ranchers and farmers is, the conflict of interest with intent to benefit between the state corporations (in every state) operating as
I first became aware of how the California justice agencies were finessing crime reports against “protected parties,” including the C.A.R.E. conservatorship cabal, a few years back. This group is plundering the life savings of its elderly and disable
JP Morgan is the largest processor of food stamp benefits in the United States. JP Morgan has contracted to provide food stamp debit cards in 26 U.S. states and the District of Columbia. JP Morgan is paid for each case that it handles...
Is the biggest fraud in the history of the US housing market about to come unglued? If so, take our prediction of a $100 billion total in future BofA rep and warranty reserves and triple it.
Einstein once said, “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” But the producers and top brass of the major financial firms found blowing up the global economy to be a hugely profitable..
I am told that these proposed changes would have the effect of authorizing transfers in blank in Virginia. That in turn would (in theory) allow banks to claim that an blank endorsement by the originator would allow the trust to assert ownership...
You have to give Sheila Bair of the FDIC credit, she doesn't stop with the BS....
The problems are all because the lenders decided, by the own hand and with nobody else involved or making the decision, that they would lie, cheat and steal.
In the last week, several ideas for fixing the housing market have surfaced. One is the Third Way proposal, which appears to be an Administration trial balloon. Predictably, it is yet anther bailout, with plenty of smoke and mirrors to disguise that