Rocket Dockets Undermine Faith In Judicial System

Having now personally participated in the “expedited” processes that are now invoked in many states, it has become apparent that they are all deficient. Citizens who find themselves in the court system are fast losing faith that it is a rubber stamping system if they are accused of anything, and an obstacle to justice if they are seeking compensation for damages sustained as a result of breach of duty or obligation. My main observation is that in the civil dockets, equal protection is intentionally thrown out the window. If the opposing parties are on equal footing on a socio-economic scale, they might have a better chance of being “heard”, which is the essence of due process; but if there is a disparity in their perceived position in our society, they are more likely to see undue process — which is to say there is a presumption of guilt of the person on the lower scale and a presumption that the larger, higher party is more credible.

The credibility of banks and their attorneys ought to be greeted with a healthy dose of skepticism from the start. They have been accused of the most heinous economic crimes of their own doing and accessory to the crimes of others, found guilty in many cases by administrative agencies, and yet are treated with deference by judges in contested actions. So far they have paid collectively around $200 Billion in fines and settlements for conduct that is illegal, improper and outside the bounds of anything that could be called accepted industry standards. And that total represents what we know about. The amount of private settlements with the real parties to mortgage loans — homeowners and investors — is presumably much higher, but sealed under confidentiality.

The result of all this is that the banks are getting exactly what they want — keeping their ill-gotten gains and getting still more money called “profit” with their payments of fines, damages and penalties being pennies on the dollar. And they get an added bonus. Homeowners could avoid foreclosure if they raised the right defenses in the right way. But they are still giving up and leaving their keys on the kitchen counter. So far 15 Million people have been displaced by the foreclosure process. The very people who should be an army of revolt in the Courts are so intimidated by their opposition and what they see happening in the courts that they give up their largest investment, their lifestyle, their neighborhood because they are demoralized by a rigged legal system.

The rigging comes from the starting position that the origination and acquisition of loans actually occurred and therefore, no matter how you cut it, the homeowner is a borrower and the bank that sued them or put their home up for sale is accordingly entitled to do so, because the borrower stopped paying “the debt”. And in most cases that is true, the record of payments shows that the borrower was making payments to some Servicer and then stopped. The conclusion is that foreclosure is inevitable and that due process is due in name only and not in substance — even where the creditor named as such in the foreclosure process is receiving and accepting full payments from third parties, which is to say that homes are foreclosed and sold without any default on the books of the creditor.

My review of thousands of closings leads me to an avoidable, inescapable conclusion that the premise behind rocket dockets is untrue and can never be proven otherwise. The “debt” was the product of absolute fraud deserving of punitive damages and I intend to push that point until I get it — hopefully in a verdict instead of the thousands of sealed settlements I know about. The fraud started with theft of pension fund money by the investment banks and conversion of pension fund assets (the note and mortgage or deed of trust) by the investment banks.

The money loaned to homeowners was not originated or acquired by a REMIC trust. It came from stolen money — money that was never deposited into the trust account of the REMIC trust). The homeowner was further fraudulently induced to sign documents that converted investor money and documents to the broker dealers (investment banks). The property was never encumbered by a valid mortgage or the encumbrance became unenforceable when the loan was supposedly “acquired” in a fictitious transaction. The missing or late assignment of the “debt” was fictitious (note there was no debt because none of the parties had ever loaned any money nor paid any value to acquire it — but the real debt still existed without documentation and without any collateral). But the pile of paper, ever growing, is taken by judges to mean that the greater “weight” of the pile of meaningless documents creates a presumption in favor of the fraudulent allegations of the co-conspirators.

The answer is simple. The real debt was created by the lending of real money by a real lender to a real borrower. That is what the laws says and that is what common sense will tell you. THAT loan really happened, but because of the interference of the banks and servicers, the money of the lender investor (pension fund) and the paperwork documenting the transaction were hijacked. And that is why investors are getting settlements, agencies are getting verdicts, and the banks are continuing to pay hundreds of billions of dollars to protect TRILLIONS of dollars in ill-gotten gains.

Back in 2007 I proposed a way of settling this with amnesty for all and a share of the risk of loss by everyone. I will soon write about the doctrine of ASSUMPTION OF RISK which is a way of apportioning the real risks at the time of the defective mortgage originations and acquisitions. It is like the old doctrine of comparative negligence and it is good law aimed at a just result.

Assumption of Risk is an affirmative defense that arises by operation of law. It is based upon facts that show that the projected loss of the Plaintiff occurred, at least in part, because they impliedly agreed to assume the risk of loss upon certain events. For example, if the household income was $50,000 at the time was originated, then by most standards the maximum total payment of PITI should have been between $15,000 and $20,000 per year (or around $1250-$1600 per month). Any loan calling for payments above that level triggers the Assumption of Risk defense to the extent that the payment exceeds the level set by industry standards. The simple reality is that the “lender” (whether real or fictitious) accepted the probability that the loan would default at the moment the payment reset to an amount that was known to be impossible.

So if you look at those “pick a payment” or teaser payment loans, you can see how this would apply. The initial payment might have been $500 per month, but the payment eventually resets to $4,000 per month. Since the payment resets to an amount equal to the entire household income, it is impossible for the loan to succeed. And in fact the the new rules that went into effect this month from the Consumer Financial Protection Board are considered to be merely “back to basics” where such a loan would never be allowed. If we use Assumption of Risk as an affirmative defense, then the “blame” gets shared. A jury or judge would decide the comparative risks assumed or agreed by the parties regardless of what was in the written agreements. In this case the decision might be that the maximum payment to be assessed against the homeowner would be $1,600. The other $2,400 per month supposedly due under the note would be offset. The offset might result in the reformation or modification of the loan.

There are dozens of ways and hundreds of case scenarios in which assumption of risk could be used. Of course this would mean taking cases off the rocket docket and putting them into general civil or complex litigation dockets.

98 Responses

  1. I’ve “played nice” in courtrooms (incl appellate) in multiple states for 4 years and that is a total waste if time. For now, until a critical mass of dumb, fat happy, (not my problem) Americans remember to be their brother’s keeper or the same criminals get in their pockets, it’s not going to change.

    Fact- I’ve “paid off” multiple alleged “loans”. The deed of trust, not to mention custom and practice dictate that I get my personal property back. Yet every time I serve a demand for return of my property on persons obligated to return it, the demand is ignored, or those persons say “go screw, we’re not giving your property back” So they- every last one of those criminals are getting sued.

    Fact- Md Rule 2-311(f) mandates the court may not render a decision that is dispositive of a claim or defense without a hearing if one was requested. This Rule is summarily IGNORED with impunity when it would adversely effect the banks.

    Fact- Md Rule 14-207.1 (Show cause) was adopted in an emergency session of the Rules Committee- Court of Appeals of Md. at behest of judge of the year Alan Wilner to address rampant filing of false, forged, fabricated instruments and docs filed in land records and courts. After one publicized hearing per Rule 14-207.1, where dozens of fraudclosure cases were tossed, said Rule has been summarily denied- despite Req For Hearing per Rule 2-311(f) for multiple homeowners across Md.

    Fact- Michael Pate- the attorney who stood 2 feet awY from me a and witnessed fraudclosure atty Thomas Dore get busted by me trying to authenticate a note under oath is now a judge and was removed from the case.

    Fact- Thomas Dore was given a 90 day “vacation” (suspension) for filing false docs in cases. Dore claimed docs were accurate despite others signing his name. Not one homeowner was in invited to the hearing in Atty Griev v. Dore to offer contrary testimony to impeach Dore’s false claim.

    Multiple correspondence, facts and evidence were served on Asst Bar Counsel James Botluk and staff atty Lisa Mezrich. All were summarily ignored.

    When the people have repeatedly been denied redress if grievances, by public servants with a DUTY to the beneficiaries if that trust to address those grievances, a situation similar to the one that prompted drafting of the Declaration of Independence results.

    That guy in Northeast that want after crooked judges- write me personally- e. Wetzelberger@gmail.com or call 410,916.8863. We should share notes to leverage efforts.

  2. @ Masterservicer, although that is what the sponsor actually created the SPE for, they did tell the investors that pursuant to the prospectus supplement, swap agreements and the MLPA, that the Depositor would convey the collateral documents to the Trustee, who in turn would initially attest to the certificate holders that the required documents, had been physically transferred to the trustee and/or custodian.

    You also left out one other goo-die; “bankruptcy remote”. Here’s the worthless common stock sir, now have a good day. Will teh next shooter please step up to table. LOl

    TSMIMITW

  3. Shall I take your response as .. there is nothing to debate?

  4. tnharry these comments …
    masterservicer, on January 13, 2014 at 7:32 pm said:

    Mortgage defenses are lost to an irrevocable transfer and conveyance made for title, stripped of lien’s made unencumbered ….subject to a UCC 1 filing in upstate New York for shares owned by a Delaware partnership made up of member bank Officers and Directors who wagered their banks retirement funds and pension funds on your knowledge of GAAP FAS 140 SEC enforced 1122 AB and contemporaneously underwriting “futures” for risk based exit strategies like purchasing a call at a strike price and expiration date for fixed amount due from the foreclosure sale of your home.

    And …

    masterservicer, on January 13, 2014 at 7:51 pm said:

    NSA – Alert – everyone’s going to wake up and realize that America has been hijacked in totality, and all those who had a part will be doing the Saddam shuffle, or worse.

    Thank You In Advance for your participation. You are a Good Sport!

  5. @KC I don’t know what you want me to debate – bad company lyrics? If you refer to the discussion about due process, I would agree 100% that a state actor is required and that most nonjudicial states lack a state actor. some do – if they require the sheriff or a clerk to validate the sale, then due process might work. otherwise due process is a losing argument in nonjudicial states. i’ve defended it many times.

  6. I’m disappointed, I was so hoping a “Debate” between tnharry and ms. Boys, what do you say?

    Remember Keep It Clean …

    I Like to Keep it Clean, Organized, and Balanced.
    You could say .. OCD …. Duct Tape doesn’t Fix It.
    But A Good Debate Helps. 🙂

  7. the whole thread about recusal and impeachment of judges demonstrates a complete misunderstanding of the rules involving recusal. further, it represents exactly the kind of black hole of information that personifies this site. a small number of people have completely hijacked the site in the last few days talking about recusal and impeachment as if that could have any impact on the merits of your cases.

    you need to learn to work within the system using the proper rules and procedures. trying to alter or otherwise change the system is simply not feasible

    short, concise, clear causes of action are the name of the game. everything else is just a distraction and will increase your chances of losing

  8. Stop the licenced Judge Thugs Now

  9. Judge Yaffe also had to retire after he incarcerated my true hero Richard Fine.

    dadzrite wrote
    I’m tired about what judges will do or won’t do. It’s time to show who’s in charge and start filing motions demanding judges recuse themselves from cases if they deny due process. If they won’t disqualify themselves, there’s 2 other options: Sue the judge in state court. Even though judges have the antiquated fraudulent absolute immunity (which is a 600 year throwback to the Star-Chamber), suing them in state court creates a conflict-of-interest where they have to remove themselves from the case.
    Or, file a petition (in the form of a civil complaint) for impeachment of the Judge with the entire state assembly (and maybe senate) with relief being in the form of judicial pensions being granted to petitioner. A copy sent to the judge and his boss, whoever presides in the county, and the judge will recuse. When word gets out, start watching judges fall in line.
    I’ve done impeachments on 6 judges in a northeast state. Two recused, one was transferred to another division, one was suspended for a period of time, 2 retired early.

  10. Where is the editor who monitors these posts

    Eggsistense’ Jan 13 post suggesting an exchange between Etolle and tnharry is obscene and degrading to women and should not have been published.

    No doubt, as the word f*** was used numerous times in that post beyond that nasty scenario, I suspect that Eggsistense has a relatively severe mind-in-the-gutter syndrome.

  11. Yawn, Yawn…ole’ karate kid is at it again and again.

    She attaches herself to the best and brightest here, like a sapling.
    Neil, why do you allow this is the real question?

    All of us who reside here, come in search of information. We are already being judged and stripped of our lives work. How is it another “person” supposedly searching for answers and relief can abuse, berate and judge any of us? Who is this person and why?

    One with no humility and empathy is final, infinite in their loss of dignity and soul.

    I don’t get it, the tolerance and courage many of you possess here. She is a contradiction to what we all have in common; which is country, shared loss and decency.

    Neil is allowing this party to victimize us, not once, but over and over. How is this behavior any different than the predators we are facing each day? And I have yet to assess what this party brings to the battle. Just my humble thoughts…

  12. Say- anyone know whether Wells Fargo Home Mortgage merged with Wells Fargo Bank or simply went out of business? Any links to such info? Thx

  13. tn ]
    asking Christine about her pledge of allegiance gives me insight to who she is.
    I am pretty certain she doesn’t like to sing
    God Bless America nor hear Kate Smith sing it.

  14. CHRISTINE
    GIVING WRONG INFORMATION AGAIN judge Edith MILLER DID NOT step out of her robes in 2005 and die. She had retired ten years earlier in1995. when the DA said a judge cannot reverse her ruling against me like she did.

  15. CHRISTINE
    judge Edith Miller is appointed Adminis- trative Judge for…She held the title of Administrative Judge until she retired in 1995.

    UNDER A BRIEF HISTORY OF JUSTICE I FOUND THE ABOVE.

  16. NEW JERSEY CARPENTERS VACATION (HB)FUND and BOILERMAKER BLACKSMITHNATIONAL PENSION TRUST,
    on Behalf of Themselves and All Others Similarly Situated, CONSOLIDATED SECOND AMENDED SECURITIES CLASS
    ACTION COMPLAINT
    Plaintiffs,
    V.
    THE ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND GROUP,PLC, GREENWICH CAPITAL HOLDINGS,INC., GREENWICH CAPITAL ACCEPTANCE,
    INC., GREENWICH CAPITAL FINANCIAL
    Defendants

    The role of the Depositor was to purchase the mortgage loans from the seller and then assign the mortgage loans and all of its rights and
    interest under the mortgage loan purchase agreement to the trustee for the benefit of the Bondholders.

    Wrong –

    The role of the Depositor was to secure the shares issued in an SPE into cash proceeds to ramp back up the banks net worth while moving the lines of credit used to originate the loan off balance sheet . . The shares issued at mark to market value to your mortgage and were sold at a 25 percent margin that accrued to the face value of an interest only note over six years.

    Attorneys can be real clowns ….guessing

  17. Step 1 – JPM Chase was the existing lien of record $420,000

    Step 2 – BofA wired the money used to fund the Countrywide Loan 1st mortgage of $420,000

    Step 3 – Countrywide is due $126,250 for the HELOC it gave

    Step 4 – Harbor View Mortgage Loan Trust Series 12 Bond holders purchased the loan

    What loan did HVMLT -12 purchase if JP Morgan Chase was never paid off as alleged on the subject HUD 1

    Think

    ———————————————————————————
    I have been before a few Judges over the years

    US Bankruptcy Court
    US District Court
    CA Court of Appeals
    *More Superior Courts than I can count (And I am not an attorney)

    These Judges are brilliant ..absolutely brilliant and they do listen. Its when the Plaintiffs attorney drops the case at the next hearing …that what I see as the problem – Your all on the wrong arguments.

    Go ahead …the few morons that live to attack my credibility and publicize the sensational garbage on misspelled Bully Web sites ….I know what I have seen, in and out of court . . .

    . . .. and what I have seen here are an abundance of guessing and bad arguments absent fact in making the case

    registerclaims@live.com

  18. I do pay taxes. Gotta choose one’s battles. But I don’t have an account with any of the big banks.

  19. christine
    Sorry to hear she died. Her retirement was in 1996 or 1997.
    And the Court assigned a new JUDGE to my case CAROL ARBOR.

    THE FIRST TIME i was in front of Judge Arbor and the corrupt debt collector attorneys MJRF there I mentioned Due PROCESS AND THE judge said ‘you had enough Due process.

  20. China surpasses US as world’s largest trading nationBeijing describes 2013 figures as ‘a landmark milestone’ as annual trade in goods passes the $4tn mark for the first

    The Guardian, Friday 10 January 2014 06.17 EST

    China surpasses US as world’s largest trading nationBeijing describes 2013 figures as ‘a landmark milestone’ as annual trade in goods passes the $4tn mark for the first

    Angela Monaghan

    China became the world’s largest trading nation in 2013, overtaking the US in what Beijing described as “a landmark milestone” for the country.

    China’s annual trade in goods passed the $4tn (£2.4tn) mark for the first time last year according to official data, after exports from the world’s second largest economy rose 7.9% to $2.21tn and imports rose 7.3% to $1.95tn.

    http://www.theguardian.com/business/2014/jan/10/china-surpasses-us-world-largest-trading-nation

    As a result total trade rose 7.6% over the year to $4.16tn. The US is yet to publish its 2013 trade figures, but with trade totalling $3.5tn in the first 11 months of the year, it is unlikely to beat China.

  21. “As I said before JUDGE EDITH MILLER of New York Supreme Court retired because of her illegal rulings on my case.”

    HAHAHA!!! Can someone put that thing out of its misery?

    Judge Edith Lorraine Miller
    Obituary
    MILLER-Judge Edith Lorraine. A Memorial Service will be held at 7PM Saturday, May 21, 2005.

    She didn’t retire, moron. She CROAKED!!! Just like you will.

    That engine is delusional…

  22. Eggs

    Even if you’d love to, it is bad news and advice to stop paying your tax if your working.

  23. Thanks Dadzrite

  24. Eggs,

    I absolutely agree with you. And 90+% of Americans keep paying their salaries and keep their money with the banks. I’ve had the answer all along and I apply it. Problem is… who else does?

    Anything you stop feeding dies. 7 years into feeding the problem. You’re self-employed, right? Did you file last year? Will you this year?

  25. I looked up impeachment under WIKI and found for example in NYS the seven man court of Appeals sit with the legislators , might not be bad since Chief JUDGE Jonathan LIPPMAN already RULED THE APPELLATE COURTS DECISION WAS NOT CONSTITUTIONAL

  26. Christine,
    I don’t know of anyone who wears jeans to court, but even if someone did wear jeans to court, even if someone did speak to a judge with a tone that the judge doesn’t like, that does not give the judge carte blanche to not uphold justice. For those who love to refer to rules of civil procedure, the very first one is as follows:

    “These rules govern the procedure in all civil actions and proceedings in the United States district courts…They should be construed and administered to secure the just, speedy, and inexpensive determination of every action and proceeding.”

    Says nothing about attire in court or demeanor of parties toward the judge. Judges know that. They know their responsibility is to do what is just, no matter what. A comment on the rule expands on this:

    “The purpose of this revision, adding the words ‘and administered’ to the second sentence, is to recognize the affirmative duty of the court to exercise the authority conferred by these rules to ensure that civil litigation is resolved not only fairly, but also without undue cost or delay. As officers of the court, attorneys share this responsibility with the judge to whom the case is assigned.”

    Judges are supposed to resolve things fairly. It’s the FIRST rule, for God’s sake! Most judges act like they are only required to adhere to the “speedy” part of the rule.

    I understand what you’re saying: judges are people, too. But when they behave as many of us have now seen firsthand, i.e., without mercy, without respect for the law, for the process, for the rules, for evidence and precedent, we are left with little choice but to conclude that they must think this is a big joke. But it ain’t a joke, and it’s time we stopped going along with it.

  27. a man
    sounds like the only choice left. As I said before JUDGE EDITH MILLER of New York Supreme Court retired because of her illegal rulings on my case.

  28. dadzrites wrote but is at the bottom of this blog.

    I’m tired about what judges will do or won’t do. It’s time to show who’s in charge and start filing motions demanding judges recuse themselves from cases if they deny due process. If they won’t disqualify themselves, there’s 2 other options: Sue the judge in state court. Even though judges have the antiquated fraudulent absolute immunity (which is a 600 year throwback to the Star-Chamber), suing them in state court creates a conflict-of-interest where they have to remove themselves from the case.
    Or, file a petition (in the form of a civil complaint) for impeachment of the Judge with the entire state assembly (and maybe senate) with relief being in the form of judicial pensions being granted to petitioner. A copy sent to the judge and his boss, whoever presides in the county, and the judge will recuse. When word gets out, start watching judges fall in line.
    I’ve done impeachments on 6 judges in a northeast state. Two recused, one was transferred to another division, one was suspended for a period of time, 2 retired early.

  29. I have a friend who was in court in Las Vegas recently on a breach on contract issue. The judge had explained that he might have to recuse himself becuase maybe 30 yrs ago he had done business with one of the defendants relatives.

    This is an Honorable Judge. KC I hope and pray that I do not have to get to the point of asking a judge questions.

    Also I might add Judges are civil Servants and we behave with them with the outmost repect.

    NEVER AGAIN

  30. Manhattan Citibank Branch Destroyed in Six-Alarm Fire

    “Karma’s a bitch”

  31. A MAN and all
    At 10:30 this morning on this page
    jerry, on January 13, 2014 at 10:30 am said:
    Look where the state of Florida invested the judicial retirement funds can you say MBS (Mortgage Backed Securities) now you know why the courts are acting the way they are CTA(covering there asses)

    if this being the case we have to check all the states and see where the judges pensions are invested and we might be able to do an impeachment petition as a whole nation.

  32. Scratch that One!
    I just couldn’t imagine why the Judge would get mad.. maybe after the hearing you will come back and let us know how that works out for you. Sad to say … none have returned here after the Hearing to let us know how that theory works.

    Tip: You Might throw your “GET OUT OF JAIL” FREE card from the MONOPLY BOARD in your wallet,
    The Banksters used theirs and it worked.

    Shhh .. Just tell anyone though .. our Little Secret

  33. I have a right to recluse and I will exercise my right. If the judge has nothing to hide then why would they get mad.

  34. Christine, It was so cold here, they came with their pants pulled up.

    ~ There are Things Better unseen .. And definitely things Better unsaid.

    Example- Opinions

  35. LAND TRUST..
    That moment when it hits you ….

    I Like Playing FREEZE TAG to!

  36. Eggs,

    “At this point, who gives a fuck how a judge will or won’t react?”

    I beg to differ. Appearances are half the win. Not just how you look (jeans down the knees? In court? Come on!) but how you sound, whether you convey contempt for the judge or the deference he expects, whether you can articulate both in writing or orally, whether… you strike the guy/gal’s ego. I’ve said it all along: they’re just little boys and girls with authority and in long black robes.

    And then, once you’ve got the judge genuinely interested, you cannot speak over his head with theories the guy never, ever considered and won’t touch with a 20′ pole. LL is just that: theories agencies paid with your and his tax dollars should investigate and haven’t. Can’t do that. It doesn’t work. “Where did my money go?” works. Judges have money problems too: wife’s new car they didn’t want to pay for. Kid’s ballet and piano lessons They get that: too many expenses and not enough money. Don’t screw with mine. Where is it going?

  37. By Helen W. Gunnarsson

    Spouses no longer must choose between the protection against creditors provided by tenancy by the entirety and the estate-planning advantages of a revocable inter vivos trust.

    Effective January 1, 2011, House Bill 5282 is now PA 96-1145. The new law, says Lisle lawyer Neil Golter-mann of Momkus McCluskey LLC, who assisted in drafting the legislation, means married couples will no longer have to forego the protections of holding property as tenants by the entirety to set up and fund inter vivos trusts recommended for their estate plans.

    The new language

    The act adds the following language to section 1c of the Joint Tenancy Act (765 ILCS 1005/1c):

    Where the homestead is held in the name or names of a trustee or trustees of a revocable inter vivos trust or of revocable inter vivos trusts made by the settlors of such trust or trusts who are husband and wife, and the husband and wife are the primary beneficiaries of one or both of the trusts so created, and the deed or deeds conveying title to the homestead to the trustee or trustees of the trust or trusts specifically state that the interests of the husband and wife to the homestead property are to be held as tenants by the entirety, the estate created shall be deemed to be a tenancy by the entirety.

    The new law also amends section 12-112 of the Code of Civil Procedure (735 ILCS 5/12-112). As amended, the second sentence of that section now reads as follows:

    Any real property, or any beneficial interest in a land trust, or any interest in real property held in a revocable inter vivos trust or revocable inter vivos trusts created for estate planning purposes, held in tenancy by the entirety shall not be liable to be sold upon judgment entered on or after October 1, 1990 against only one of the tenants, except if the property was transferred into tenancy by the entirety with the sole intent to avoid the payment of debts existing at the time of the transfer beyond the transferor’s ability to pay those debts as they become due.

    “An arrow in the quiver for married couples”

    Joint tenancy and tenancy by the entirety differ in fundamental respects, Goltermann notes. Any one joint tenant may encumber or transfer the property without the consent of the others. Likewise, a creditor of one joint tenant may obtain a judgment against and levy on the property. Joint tenants need not be married or otherwise related, and any sort of property, real or personal, may be held in joint tenancy.

    Only married couples may hold property as tenants by the entirety in Illinois, and they may use that form of ownership only for homestead property. Tenants by the entirety may not dispose of their respective shares of their property without the consent of both. Creditors of only one spouse may obtain judgments, but they generally may not foreclose upon property that the debtor spouse holds in tenancy by the entirety.

    Before the enactment of the statutory change, Goltermann says, spouses whose estate plan recommendations included the common vehicle of revocable inter vivos trusts would have to choose between their estate planner’s advice and the protections against creditors that tenancy by the entirety confers. Now, married couples may take advantage of both vehicles if their circumstances warrant. “The new law is another arrow in the quiver for married couples who are doing their estate plans.”

    Some lawyers expressed trepidation on learning of the new law. Wrote one, “It seems to me that the nature of trust beneficiary interests and the right of survivorship attendant to tenancy by the entirety are not compatible.”

    Noting that Illinois law has permitted land trusts to hold property in tenancy by entirety for many years, Goltermann discounts such concerns. “If the statute says that a husband and wife can have tenancy by the entirety protection through a land trust where they don’t own legal title but only a beneficial interest, the same thing can happen through an inter vivos trust.” Goltermann is currently seeking input from other practitioners on appropriate wording for transfer deeds.

  38. E Tolle,
    Nailed it: Tnharry and E. ToLLe are walking down the street when a beautiful babe walks by.

    ToLLe says,

    “Man, I’d love to fuck her!”

    Tnharry says,

    “Out of what?”

    I second that emotion wholeheartedly. Some of these attorneys like to drop by to tell us how hopeless things are unless we accept defeat. Then we can get screwed further by a modification, which will result in foreclosure anyway, just a little further on down the line.

    At this point, who gives a fuck how a judge will or won’t react? It’s going to end in defeat for the homeowner anyway. The system is RIGGED–that’s the point. Since it’s beyond our control what the judge does, we might as well make as absolutely difficult and nightmarish for them as possible. After all, that’s what they’re doing for us.

    We have all been through the courts now–the judges don’t listen to polite, reasoned arguments. They ignore evidence. This is not something we dreamt up in our heads. Attorneys like Matt Weidner, Mark Stopa, and yes, Neil Garfield admit this. The courts are hopeless–they aren’t going to help us with our well-dressed attorneys or our deferential pro se filings. They’re there to fuck us over, plain and simple. Any victories or settlements are anomalies–the exception, not the rule.

    We can no longer listen to attorneys calmly, coldly tell us that if only we’d be reasonable (read: willing to be screwed), we might actually have a chance at something workable for all parties. If the courts EVER worked like that, they certainly don’t work that way now and haven’t since the financial crisis.

  39. That is right Tnharry Audit the whole Court. And reverse all the foreclosures. Not just our cases. Have the banksters Title Company cover the bill.

  40. neidermeyer you beat me too it. Recusing the judge is just the beginning. Now that I think of it Any judgement the Judge made related to Foreclosures will be reversed. Just the beginning.

    Criminal Charges of Treason against the State and Country. Just like a front line soldier who leaves his/her post.

    NEVER AGAIN.

  41. And then, Pooper-scooper who never went anywhere except -and allegedly- with the military (and we know how removed they are from whatever population they invade and wouldn’t dream of learning about the environment they’re in, what with paranoia and all) comes here to teach about hyenas that don’t “prey”! The funniest thing I’ve ever read! Scavengers who eat rotten meat left over by other, fearless animals because it’s too old to ne appetizing. And they eat their own pups when they run out of rotten flesh. Noble animal indeed!

    Unreal…! Maybe even surreal. Hard to tell which one is what with such complete delusion. Funny thing is… a few of us in constant contact did some research about that BofA grand settlement.

    Must be what is meant by “figment of imagination”.

    Done wasting my time. Shit stinks. I’ll keep pointing where it is. Before those I respect step in it…

  42. You want the Warranty Deed Filed!!

    Fee Simply in its ” tenants in entirety”

    Comments?

  43. KC,

    What planet are you from? Personally, I’m having the time of my life. Actually, we talked on the phone often enough for you to know that, indeed, I do and if you were honest, you’d say so. You even commented on it too: I’m not worried enough and I’m having too much fun! I don’t gang up on people. Go back to last LL page and count the number of times my name came up from people I don’t even address. Go on to this one and count again: and those are people I don’t address.

    That fascination is not healthy. In fact, it is kind of sickening. For them. Me? I think it’s hilarious!

    Life has never been a life-OR-death endeavor. It’s a life-AND-death adventure. For as long as I stick around, I will have fun. And if people have a problem with it, their problem.

    Me? Lighten up? You can’t be serious! Shit stinks and i will keep pointing it out. That’s all there is to it.

  44. FYI: Hyenas are bright, cunning and work as a “pack”…get that? They work as a team and almost never are prey. I’d say the animals have it right, we do not…check some of Mark Twains writings….he got it way back when!

  45. There 1st must be a Settlor/ Grantor, before a Trustee.
    Without the 1st … the other does not exist.
    If the 1st exists .. who is the Trustee collecting for?

    The Creditor!

  46. neidermeyer, on January 13, 2014 at 7:51 pm said:

    I’m saying your on the wrong arguments – way off . To date ….six federal judicial circuits and the majority of nonjudicial foreclosure states (like California), due process has already been judicially determined to be a frivolous defense.[11] The entire point of nonjudicial foreclosure is that there is no state actor (i.e., a court) involved.[12] The constitutional right of due process protects people only from violations of their civil rights by state actors, not private actors.

    The FDCPA and MERS are causal to the involvement of the county clerk or recorder in recording the necessary documents . . .held to be insufficient to invoke due process, since they are required by statute to record all documents presented that meet minimum formatting requirements and are denied the discretion to decide whether a particular foreclosure should proceed.

    Claims The FDCPA is moot to a secured lenders claims and Mers as nominee under a Treasury Reg. 1.1031 TDE —the beneficial interest in a asset held by the creditor who it a Trustee

    Look….You have to …..

    nevermind

    registerclaims@live.com

  47. Tnharry, what do you say to MS last comment?

    Christine, I agree with your point that a Large % of American women are being controlled by mood altering drugs, and they dont have a clue as to the long term “Futures” effect. Gambling with their Lives per say…. Holigraphic Happiness?

    Its similar to someone selling the future value of your estate in advance without your knowledge? maybe .. I dunno

    But My Point is … I’ve been again….
    You Need to Learn to Lighten Up once in awhile, Have a Little Faith and Be Happy One Day at a Time! God Help Me I Love Ya!
    But quit scaring MS away! God knows, I Love a Good Debate too!

  48. NSA – Alert – everyone’s going to wake up and realize that America has been hijacked in totality, and all those who had a part will be doing the Saddam shuffle, or worse.

    Anti America gibberish by an moron having a drink and looking for someone to push in his stool ….after the bar closes .

  49. MS ,

    Getting real tired of your defeatism ,,, and you holding onto the notion that fraud at inception and faked ownership/transfer docs don’t matter .. your arguments don’t work in court ,, they may be correct in an academic setting but judges won’t hear it… now my collateral file … that is something they can get their teeth into… and having plaintiffs counsel quitting twice because the stench of this case was too much for them should say it all …

  50. TNHarry ,

    The judges have got to be handed a message , recusing them and impeachment is too kind if you ask me …

    What would you do if after 2 years the plaintiff (who is “WF as Trustee” , WF is the MS and records Custodian also):

    1.) Could not produce an original note
    2.) Produced a forged asmt that logically could not have happened.
    3.) Refused to answer discovery … their answer literally was “NO , And it wouldn’t help the defendant anyway” ..
    3a.) Think about it , their answer implies they gathered the answer and determined it would help THEM so they won’t provide it ??? … or it’s a slap at the judge stating that they own the judge. (true)
    4.) Never introduced the faked asmt into the record , there is nothing connecting plaintiff with the note.

    The judge granted their MSJ … that judge deserves to be impeached.

    We are waiting for an answer on a rehearing motion ,, while plaintiff substitutes counsel for a third time!!

    We have the trustees collateral file from 2 years after the stated default date showing the note is still collateral (not removed from the file) and therefore not in default according to the trustee .. the REAL trustee is satisfied that the certificate buyers are happy… it means the plaintiff is not who they claim , it is OCWEN not WF …. It means that the acceleration letter is complete BS , it means there is no default …

    P.S. We have the full money trail and instructions from the closing … the money trail to stated plaintiff (WF as named on the forged assignment) doesn’t exist .. it goes to BAC…

    If not impeachment for judges that make a mockery of the court what do we do? Seriously , what do we do? You can’t fight fraud without breaking a few eggs (or cracking a few heads)… Truthful righteous arguments don’t work and just earn for you a place on the curb.

  51. Mortgage defenses are lost to an irrevocable transfer and conveyance made for title, stripped of lien’s made unencumbered ….subject to a UCC 1 filing in upstate New York for shares owned by a Delaware partnership made up of member bank Officers and Directors who wagered their banks retirement funds and pension funds on your knowledge of GAAP FAS 140 SEC enforced 1122 AB and contemporaneously underwriting “futures” for risk based exit strategies like purchasing a call at a strike price and expiration date for fixed amount due from the foreclosure sale of your home.

    You never has a chance under CA CC 2924 TILA RESPA , surrogate signor claims for a POA …..Robo sales and Bobo Brazil ….

    anyway …her comes Christine – got to go ….

    registerclaims@live.com

  52. So, what’s more entertaining? Hyenas howling together with their sad, pitiful, snarly, pack mentality, between two poor-me, poor-me whines coated with sweeping statements or… men turned catty?

    This site is sure bringing the best out of people. No wonder John Wright has written so much about and gotten so many laughs. Ditto for Mandelman. And… wins are as rare as a tooth in a hen’s beak. Must be a reason for that.

  53. Oh My Heavens … MS is Funny!!

    Come oN ..Come On ..
    Play with Me …
    Climb up my Apple tree, simple lee
    Slide down my rainbow, its simple .. there is no fee
    Into my cellar door and we will be Jolly Friends for Ever More

    More More More
    Give Me More More More

    Stated Simply .. Give Me Back My Simple Fee

    teeheeheehe.. come laugh with me

  54. Bad Company lyrics . . .

    Well, I take whatever I want
    And title I want you
    You give me something I need
    Now tell me I got something for you

    Come on, come on, come on and do it
    Come on and-uh do what you do

    Listen

    Well, it’s late and I want Fee
    title that’s gonna break me in two
    Don’t you hang me up in your doorway
    Don’t you hang up in court like you do

    Say it
    Come on, come on, come on and do it
    Come on, come on, do what you do, Woo!

    I can’t get enough of your Loan
    I can’t get enough of your Fee
    I can’t get enough of your Home . . .

  55. tnharry said: ” At least im not trying to sell you inadmissible affidavits and title reports”.

    Good Man!
    You know what I would have to do if you did… right? lol

  56. I Like tnharry! He pulls no punches! And tells it like it is …

    Thank You for Stopping Back In tnharry!
    You are welcome back anytime!

  57. When have I displayed contempt for pro se litigants? At least im not trying to sell you inadmissible affidavits and title reports. That sounds like contempt to me.

  58. Follow what law Aman? Your “show me the note” nonsense that’s been beaten down over and over? You say “follow the law”, but you all get pissed off when the law is explained and you dont like it

  59. Tnharry, no one said that recusing the judge was the sum total of their strategy. And don’t hide behind your thinly veiled threat, my post was satirical, plain and simple. I never once pointed a rifle at you, nor did I state that I was gunning for you. I did, however, flip a bird in your direction. And I’ll state for the record that I think you’re an asshole. Are you going to contact the Internet Security Force to complain about my belligerent behavior?

    Bottom line tnharry, I don’t like you, not one bit. I don’t care if you throw a piece of valid advice on occasion, a rare occasion. In my book, you’re on the dark side, and you and yours have no value whatsoever for planet earth going forward. Your contempt of pro se’s attempting to piece together any hope of fending off people like you who know how to manipulate the courts and have no qualms about entering fraudulent docs on the court is what’s behind this whole mess.

    Your kind are just more fodder for lawyer jokes.

    Tnharry and E. ToLLe are walking down the street when a beautiful babe walks by.

    ToLLe says,

    “Man, I’d love to fuck her!”

    Tnharry says,

    “Out of what?”

  60. Recuse the worthless Judges. Why do you think the judges get mad. Because they know they got caught.

    Judge do you or any immediate family members have a mortgage or has had a mortgage or any business relations with any of the too big too fail Banksters?

    Plus tnharry Recusal is just one of the cheapest ways to play the game. Why do you think tnharry is so afraid of recusing the Judge?

    Like I say E. Tolle Tnharry is good for this website.

    And yes Tnharry we are trying to avoid people with rifles shooting Judges and lawyers. All we ask is for them to follow the law.

    NEVER AGAIN

  61. tolle – it’s absolutely a game if that’s the sum total of your strategy. unless of course the remainder of your strategy also includes hunting down attorneys with rifles. with that special kind of crazy talk you shouldn’t have to worry about food and shelter going forward

    if that comment remains on the site without being edited it is concrete proof that Neil doesn’t give two runny craps about his website and by extension his readers. this is a bigger joke than it was 6 months ago

  62. Tnharry said, “playing games with recusals of judges is what those with weak facts and claims do.”

    No tnharry, it’s no game. Sooner than later, everyone’s going to wake up and realize that America has been hijacked in totality, and all those who had a part will be doing the Saddam shuffle, or worse.

    I’m glad to hear you’re sleeping well. Repair your cells while you still can. Speaking of games….have you heard of the Hunger Games? Think Banker Minion Games. That’s where we let loose a hundred attorneys at a time, complete with their little black satchels filled with only 8×10 legal pads and Bic pens for defense, and chase them through the countryside with wild abandon. Oh, and rifles. Hilarity ensues. The last attorney standing gets to try it again. We do that over and over until there are no longer any attorneys, and a thousand year peace reigns. A People’s Choice Award is in the future for that show, no doubt.

  63. Look at the federal rules of civil procedure (most states model their state rules on the federal and use similar numbering). Rule 8 deals with affirmative defenses. States generally specify affirmative defenses via statute or court rules as well. Rule 12 deals with motions based upon jurisdiction. Standing would generally be a Rule 12 motion.

  64. The court has Jurisdiction over fcs alright, but only to a Plaintiff who has Right to bring the suit.
    The Plaintiff must meet the threshold… the elements of Standing to bring the case before a court… to invoke the Jurisdiction of the court. If they don’t have standing to invoke the Jurisdiction of the Court …. what affirmative defense?

  65. playing games with recusals of judges is what those with weak facts and claims do. that’ll be like blood in the water for the sharks on the banks’ side in your cases. and it just won’t work anyway, leaving you with a hostile judge for the (likely short) remainder of your litigation

  66. Actually, I take that back. It’s apples and oranges. Lack of jurisdiction isn’t an affirmative defense.

  67. KC – I’m reading your link ( the one for me – and I do thank you because so far, so interesting.) I’m big on injury to invoke jurisdiction and this article puts in in better perspective: lack of consideration (for the note) is an affirmative defense. I’m no expert on the value of affirmative defenses, but from the gut I’d say the ones not overcome by those against whom they’re asserted preclude mtns for SJ / dismissal.

  68. Louise. “Assumption of Risk” …

    Who’s Risk?
    Where the Risks Disclosed?

    Good Afternoon Christine.

  69. Ray, .. Thank You for Sharing. How is the appeal coming?

  70. Assumption of risk is an interesting idea, but in many cases, the loans were no doc. If they were no doc, you can’t go back and say that XX was represented as the borrowers income.

  71. UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
    SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK

    In re:

    RESIDENTIAL CAPITAL, LLC, et al.,

    Debtors.
    )
    )
    )
    )
    )
    )
    )

    Case No. 12-12020 (MG)

    Chapter 11
    Jointly Administered

    ORDER GRANTING MOTION TO LIFT THE STAY
    FILED BY RAMON QUIROZ [DOCKET NO. 3978]
    WHEREAS, on June 10, 2013, Ramon Quiroz (the “Movant”) filed a motion (the
    “Motion”) to lift the automatic stay imposed by 11 U.S.C. § 362(a) (the “Automatic Stay”) in
    the above-captioned Chapter 11 cases (the “Chapter 11 Cases”) to permit Movant to proceed
    with a prepetition action (the “Action”) pending against, among other parties, debtors GMAC
    Mortgage, LLC (“GMACM”) and Homecomings Financial, LLC (“Homecomings,” and
    together with GMACM, the “Debtor Defendants”);
    WHEREAS, the Action was dismissed by a decision of the United States District Court
    for the Eastern District of New York (the “District Court”) dated August 5, 2011, which
    decision is currently on appeal (the “Appeal”) to the United States Court of Appeals for the
    Second Circuit (the “Second Circuit”);
    WHEREAS, the Appeal has been stayed by virtue of the commencement of the Chapter
    11 Cases;
    WHEREAS, on August 21, 2013, the Debtor Defendants filed an objection to the Motion
    (the “Objection”);
    WHEREAS, the Motion and the Objection were considered by this Court at a hearing on
    August 28, 2013;
    12-12020-mg Doc 5039 Filed 09/13/13 Entered 09/13/13 08:40:46 Main Document
    Pg 1 of 2

    UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
    SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK

    In re:

    RESIDENTIAL CAPITAL, LLC, et al.,

    Debtors.

    Case No. 12-12020 (MG)

    Chapter 11

    JUNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
    SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK

    In re:

    RESIDENTIAL CAPITAL, LLC, et al.,

    Debtors.

    Case No. 12-12020 (MG)

    Chapter 11

    Jointly Administered

    ORDER GRANTING MOTION TO LIFT THE STAY
    FILED BY RAMON QUIROZ [DOCKET NO. 3978]ointly Administered

    ORDER GRANTING MOTION TO LIFT THE STAY
    FILED BY RAMON QUIROZ [DOCKET NO. 3978]
    WHEREAS, on June 10, 2013, Ramon Quiroz (the “Movant”) filed a motion (the
    “Motion”) to lift the automatic stay imposed by 11 U.S.C. § 362(a) (the “Automatic Stay”) in
    the above-captioned Chapter 11 cases (the “Chapter 11 Cases”) to permit Movant to proceed
    with a prepetition action (the “Action”) pending against, among other parties, debtors GMAC
    Mortgage, LLC (“GMACM”) and Homecomings Financial, LLC (“Homecomings,” and
    together with GMACM, the “Debtor Defendants”);
    WHEREAS, the Action was dismissed by a decision of the United States District Court
    for the Eastern District of New York (the “District Court”) dated August 5, 2011, which
    decision is currently on appeal (the “Appeal”) to the United States Court of Appeals for the
    Second Circuit (the “Second Circuit”);
    WHEREAS, the Appeal has been stayed by virtue of the commencement of the Chapter
    11 Cases;
    WHEREAS, on August 21, 2013, the Debtor Defendants filed an objection to the Motion
    (the “Objection”);
    WHEREAS, the Motion and the Objection were considered by this Court at a hearing on
    August 28, 2013;
    12-12020-mg Doc 5039 Filed 09/13/13 Entered 09/13/13 08:40:46 Main Document
    Pg 1 of 2

    WHEREAS, upon consideration of the Motion and the Objection, and it appearing that
    this Court has jurisdiction to consider the Motion pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 157 and 1334; and it
    appearing that venue of these Chapter 11 Cases and the Motion in this district is proper pursuant
    to 28 U.S.C. §§ 1408 and 1409; and it appearing that this proceeding on the Motion is a core
    proceeding pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 157(b); and sufficient notice of the Motion having been
    given; and it appearing that no other or further notice need be provided, it is hereby
    ORDERED, ADJUDGED, AND DECREED THAT:
    1. The Motion is granted to the extent set forth herein, and the Automatic
    Stay is lifted for the limited purpose of allowing the Appeal to be adjudicated by the Second
    Circuit.
    2. If the Movant prevails on the Appeal, the Movant shall be required to seek
    further relief from the Automatic Stay from this Court to proceed with the Action against the
    Debtor Defendants in the District Court.
    3. In all other respects, the Automatic Stay shall remain in full force and
    effect.
    4. This Court shall retain jurisdiction with respect to all matters arising from
    or related to the implementation of this order.
    Dated: September 13, 2013
    New York, New York

    _____/s/Martin Glenn_______
    MARTIN GLENN
    United States Bankruptcy Judge

  72. The hyenas are back snarling. Quite fascinating, that kind of hatred and pack mentality. One can only see it in very primitve specimens, still very close to animals.

  73. A man and all

    I am sure we never thought our lives were going to go this way
    But when you are pushed out into the street and loss of your possessions by fraud, it might be the only way for us. .

  74. An impeachment that could be an important document to the JUDGE SPECIALLY WHEN IT BRING THE TRUTH OUT INTO DAYLIGHT.

  75. There judges were doing anything they could a for an award. The attorney David K Fiveson who had a sham company called Coronet Title and partnered with Thomas Malone of Fidelity Title was a very important man because he was on the committee that gave out the LOUIS BRANDEIS AWARDS
    An impeachment petition ?

  76. a man

    if dadsrites direction has worked that s what we can try. .

    when there is a will there is a way.

  77. Marilyn dadzrites claims to have a winning formula.

    oh no I hear black op helicopters again

  78. When you grasp the concept that the Plenders embezzled the Retirements Funds<(makes no diff if fed,state or private)… and that we/they got screwed to …. I will talk to you.

    They worked their whole life and earned/saved and stuffed their money in the Cookie Jar.. !!!

    If you are a Freeloader looking for a Free Ride.. Pffft!!

    The Plender is the seller/issuer ..
    The Plender is the servicer ..
    The Plender is the investor ….

    The Plender/Investor does not service its own loans, they transfer/sell servicing rights at closing .. . see closing docs.

  79. A man
    some attorneys are afraid of being sanctioned and suspended by the judges but not the judges. and once one judge makes a bad decision no matter what the reason the judges even the good ones are afraid to do anything but rally round their friend rather than the Constitution.

  80. How many attorneys representing Borrowers have been sanctioned over bogus minute paper work bulshit?

    The Attorneys and Judges are afraid of the banksters. We need to help them.

    NEVER AGAIN

  81. Poppy… you could say “All in One”.
    They just want to protect one name only .. thus the assignments to their inner greedy selves in another name.

  82. A strong person is not the one who doesn’t cry….
    A strong person is one who is quiet and sheds tears for a moment..
    And then picks up her Sword and Fights again.

    Many Blessings to All! Have a Good Day!

  83. Answer: The faux servicers, banks, lawyers and debt collectors…

  84. Who is forging docs on bank letterhead? .. “Snickers”

  85. Believe it or not ML, I am sympathetic toward your situation, as they did the same thing with our payments… Just Much Worse! After telling the servicer of our intention to market the house, the servicer transferred the loan over to a debt collector (didn’t have the gull to prosecute themselves). They informed the debt collector our auto-payments were being returned unpaid (NSF) and charged us NSF fees and late payment fees. The problem was they were paid .. I faxed my bank statements multiple times. Guess what they did … they told me they were charging me with felony… for using bank letterhead from a bank (my local bank) and using it for fraudulent purposes. They laughed telling me how many years I would get for forging docs on bank letterhead.

    Yep! I went to our attorney, whom got affidavits from my bank VP certifying the docs as true and correct. That still didn’t stop them ..

    but Lack of Standing Did!

  86. Dont forget these Judges work for us. We pay their salary. They are not G-d.

    Produce the Note or recuse the Judge. This saves taxpayer dollars All this standing PSA etc…. takes us back to Produce the Note.

    NEVER AGAIN.

  87. TO christine, on December 11, 2013 at 11:36 pm said: BINGO….comment to Trespass

    Having succeeded in my BOA case settlement….what is your ratio, know-it-all?

  88. Look where the state of Florida invested the judicial retirement funds can you say MBS (Mortgage Backed Securities) now you know why the courts are acting the way they are CTA(covering there asses)

  89. Yikes….

    Well, Neil you know that those of us in non-judicial states get slammed right from the start, with a pleading of guilty as soon as we admit the debt we get slammed with a judgment. The lawyers, magistrate and banks have all the cards and the fix is in.

    It’s all downhill from there. There is a lot of talk about the loans,notes, etc…but if you cannot grasp strategy and procedure you are toast. You will never see the inside of a courtroom….

  90. ML … I suggest you not use My name in any of your posts again. If you attack me verbally one more time .. You will Find Out Just How Much Influence I have with Law Enforcement!

    You lost your case .. You did it All on Your Own!

    Quit looking for People here to Blame for your own Failure !!
    And you wonder why people don’t give out their private information?

    Grow UP!!

  91. Java
    you are right. i have had my share of those judges.

    Back when my two foreclosures started I showed Judge Edith Miller
    of NYSC my checks the corrupt attorneys MJRF hid in order to fake a default and accelerate. She ruled for me and gave me fourteen counterclaims to prosecute against the bank and their corrupt attorneys for fraud malfeasance etc etc.When the corrupt attorneys answered for the bank judge EDITH MILLER REVERSED HERSELF
    I went to the DA and Judge Miller retired.

    Judge that won’t follow the Constitution have to retire to save this nation..

  92. John Galt and others are doing a hell of of job but without the judges ruling by the Constitution it will be a hit and a miss for our people.

    and Christine wants to be in on the past and newly stolen wealth
    since she understands world wealth. To me she is a disgrace.

  93. I now know why Christine, KC and some others said I didn’t have possession of my properties back because of my attitude toward JUDGE SCHLESINGER . I expect a judge in these United States to obey their oath to our Constitution and defend our property.

  94. You don’t say !!!…..lol

    But you can go in front of any number of judges. It doesn’t matter. The fix is in, until we all put an end to it.

  95. I’m tired about what judges will do or won’t do. It’s time to show who’s in charge and start filing motions demanding judges recuse themselves from cases if they deny due process. If they won’t disqualify themselves, there’s 2 other options: Sue the judge in state court. Even though judges have the antiquated fraudulent absolute immunity (which is a 600 year throwback to the Star-Chamber), suing them in state court creates a conflict-of-interest where they have to remove themselves from the case.

    Or, file a petition (in the form of a civil complaint) for impeachment of the Judge with the entire state assembly (and maybe senate) with relief being in the form of judicial pensions being granted to petitioner. A copy sent to the judge and his boss, whoever presides in the county, and the judge will recuse. When word gets out, start watching judges fall in line.

    I’ve done impeachments on 6 judges in a northeast state. Two recused, one was transferred to another division, one was suspended for a period of time, 2 retired early.

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