Ghost of notary comes back from death and notarizes thousands of documents. Read all about it —
Besides the obvious fact that the notarization is defective there is a deeper question of why anyone would need to falsify documents if the loans were real. One can imagine a case or two where someone crosses the line between legal and illegal. But why would there be hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions of cases in which documents and signatures were falsified?
Remember we are talking banks here, not a sandwich shop. These people invented documentation to protect themselves and create currency out of thin air by trading in commercial paper. They never had to fake it before, so why now?
My answer is because there are no transactions to support their paperwork. The only existing transactions that actually took place would support paperwork that would have looked and said a lot of different things — vastly different from the paperwork that is being used for recording, foreclosing, satisfying, refinancing, and approving short-sales.
How different? Different people, different entities and different terms for repayment. You can’t get any more different than that.
Meanwhile people forget that these apparent crimes not only go unpunished, but also are exacerbated by the actual occurrence of death and illness caused by stress from a wrongful foreclosure. The effects of TSD and PTSD is setting in on a huge portion of our population.
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