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Editor’s comment: What do you think would happen if the Judge ordered you to appear in court for the next hearing and you simply did not show up and sent your cousin instead saying you were to too busy to see the Judge? My guess is that at a minimum you would be fined and you might even get free room and board in the County Jail without bond.
That is what U.S. Bank and its president are facing soon when they confront a very angry Judge in Sarasota, Florida. Playing fast and loose with the money, the documents, the forgeries and the lies in court, U.S. Bank stands out as the poster child of Bank Arrogance.
This is the same bank that allowed a foreclosure to proceed in its name without ever having specifically requested or authorized it. The attorney admitted in that case that he didn’t represent U.S. Bank and had never spoken with anyone there either. So the Bank was able to assert plausible deniability when the foreclosure was deemed wrongful. At this point the anecdotal evidence strongly suggests that if U.S. Bank is involved in a foreclosure the deal is dirty and should be scrutinized carefully.
Matt Weidner continues to keep up the pressure and the vast wall is cracking, the shrouds are tearing and the banks are being revealed for what they are: fairly common criminals with “get of jail free” passes. Thanks to Matt and other attorneys around the country, the tide is turning and those passes are going to expire. U.S. Bank will be the first one to see a bank executive behind bars. You see the problem is that they don’t want to commit perjury directly. They want to do it through surrogates. Matt understands this as well as I do. He knows that once the Judge things the forecloser is dirty, they are cooked. Settlement offers start popping out of the woodwork.
Filed under: bubble, CDO, CORRUPTION, currency, Eviction, foreclosure, GTC | Honor, Investor, Mortgage, securities fraud | Tagged: contempt of court, Dimitri Jansen, Judge Charles Williams, Matt Weidner, paperwork, Sarasota, U.S. Bank |