Category Archives: US Bank
Are banks like Wells Fargo the new slumlords? Pam Ragland’s post-foreclosure story.
Though it gets less publicity these days than it did in years past, the foreclosure crisis in the U.S. lingers. Sometimes it isn’t even the homeowners who suffer most from foreclosure. Approximately 40% of the time, according to some estimates, … Continue reading
The Real Fraudsters: Banks or Homeowners like Barbara Bratton?
I was informed last night that Barbara Bratton—who sued U.S. Bank in 2012 over the foreclosure of her home in Ontario, California–was recently convicted on 6 counts of real estate fraud and now faces up to 6 years in prison. … Continue reading
First Look: New Linda Tirelli Suit Against Bank of America
Attorney Linda Tirelli, a rockstar in the arena of foreclosure defense, has just filed an adversarial bankruptcy suit in the Southern District of New York naming the following as defendants: Bank of America, Nationstar, U.S. Bank, and Recontrust. As many … Continue reading
“Why Have Any Laws?” Good question with a surprising answer.
That’s actually a good question from Mr. Mandvi in the above meme: “Why have any law?” Of course, he’s talking about gun laws. But it’s far more important to ask that question about matters other than gun regulations. What about … Continue reading
Mary McCulley: Still the $6 Million Woman
That’s right. Mary beat the bank. Again. In an appeal, U.S. Bank tried to get out of paying Mary McCulley the $6 million a Montana jury awarded her back in 2014. Yesterday, the Supreme Court of Montana decided against U.S. … Continue reading
LIBERTY ROAD COMIX: NEW FEATURE
A new, periodic feature here at LRM—a cartoon or comic. In the past I have done some cartooning under the titles “Eggs Is Tense” and “Free Country.” I miss doing it and occasionally get ideas for cartoons and figured, why … Continue reading
GOOD NEWS—MARY MCCULLEY RELEASED FROM PRISON, HEADED TO HALFWAY HOUSE
According to sources on Facebook, Mary McCulley has been released from the high security federal prison USP Hazelton. She is being transported by a close friend to an undisclosed halfway house in southern Indiana, not far from her hometown in … 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
IT’S ALL ABOUT THE ENDORSEMENTS, Y’ALL
As we have written about many times here at LRM, endorsements on promissory notes are a big deal, to put it lightly (see list of articles at the end of this post). The judges know this. The banks know this. … Continue reading
FORECLOSURE FRAUD FIGHTER’S HUSBAND: “MY WIFE IS THE WARRIOR FOR THE PEOPLE.”
What follows is an interview with David Rozier, husband of the now-incarcerated foreclosure fighter Karen Rozier. In this short piece, David gives an account of what happened in a Los Angeles courtroom on Monday, June 23, 2014–along with some idea … Continue reading