Monthly Archives: January 2015
“Substantial Evidence” of “Forged” Endorsements: Wells Fargo Loses One
The money quote (pun very much intended) from Judge Robert Drain’s Memorandum of Decision, filed yesterday in a New York bankruptcy case regarding a Texas property in which attorney Linda Tirelli is representing the homeowner: I conclude that the foregoing … Continue reading
THE “MERS-LPS RACKETEERING ENTERPRISE”: HARKEY V. US BANK ET AL.
A complaint filed on January 20, 2015 in U.S. District Court for Nevada—Michael Harkey v. U.S. Bank et al. (Case No. 2:14-cv-00177-RFB-GWF)–really breaks down exactly what the scam of MERS is, and it does so with a level of clarity … Continue reading
JPMORGAN CHASE DEPOSITION: VOIDING ENDORSEMENTS, CREATING ALLONGES AND ENDORSEMENTS, THE “SWIRL”
Let’s jump in the wayback machine regarding some of the big banks and their robosigning/alteration/forgery/paper terrorism/document-manufacturing for a second before we get into the deposition testimony from a “senior operation specialist” with JPMorgan Chase promised in the headline. Remember Linda … Continue reading
“AL QAEDA”: FROM 9/11 TO…KILLING INK JOCKEYS?
I admit it. I am one of those who hears of a “terror attack” and instantly thinks—“Gotta be fake.” Or at least, “Some or most aspects of this have to be fake.” By “fake,” I don’t mean that innocent people … Continue reading