Monday, April 25, 2011
Yep. This is kind of an aside, but something that anyone dealing with mortgage fraud in NH should know about because AG cum U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte allowed for the biggest consumer scam in NH history to go down during her tenure, Google FRM + ponzi.
Saturday, April 23, 2011
KingCast and Mortgage Movies welcome new YouTube friends Litvin Law Firm and New England Title and Escrow!
Here is Litvin Law and Here is New England Title, and they are no doubt intrigued by the apparent lawlessness so rampant in New Hampshire as seen in the Linda Green 60 Minutes style case involving Jeanne Ingress, Wells Fargo and Merrimack Mortgage.
Where are the moratoria against foreclosures conducted without wet ink notes that we have seen in responsible states like Illinois, where Sheriff Tom Dart told these lying banks and their attorneys to get their poop in a pile or go to hell. He's also got great taste in music. Texas, where AG Greg Abbott means business. Of course even then you have no guarantee of Holder in Due Course status because my friends at 4Closure Fraud have noted one case that had not one but TWO original wet ink notes, ahem. Reader Supported News explains how to understand the entire MERS sham, to which I once unwittingly contributed as a licensed title insurance producer.
- Mortgage notes were not typically transferred to the trusts, as required by law. Further, there is no clear "chain of title" for these notes--which are actually presented for endorsement only on foreclosure (if then).
- MERS recommended that mortgage servicers retain the notes.
- MERS "deputized" employees of the servicers, pretending that these became MERS employees. This allowed the fiction that MERS had the notes so that it could foreclose.
I will discuss in part two the implications for the REMICs and the mortgage backed securities. Here I will focus only on the failure to comply with the requirement to properly endorse notes and to transfer them each time a mortgage was sold -- up to a dozen times over the course of the life of a mortgage through to foreclosure. Rather than following well-established law, MERS plainly directed mortgage servicers to retain the notes. Since most mortgage lenders and servicers are members of MERS, the plan was to pretend that transactions were "in-house", hence did not require transfers of notes or reporting of sales to the county recorders.But in New Hampshire NH Attorney General cum U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte does not care what happens in Texas. This was evidenced by the fact that she refused to return the $10K from Taxmasters, some corporate scum who are being sued by the AG there.
Related: The Veuve Clicquot Challenge:
Monday, April 18, 2011
KingCast note to Attorney Shawn Masterson and Judge Diane Nicolosi: The Ethics Complaints are coming in the Jeanne Ingress case.
Again, here is the background journal entry. Right now I am simply waiting for the detailed forensic analysis of the documents seen in the large thumbnail. As to the "Linda Green" "Tywanna Thomas" fake assignment from DOCX seen in the little thumbnail, I've got some links for you right here, you simply cannot continue this case as is without a note and proof of holder in due course established, or worse yet with a fake note. There are Rule 3.3 Candor to the Tribunal issues for one, as Attorney Masterson must represent that he does not have a original wet ink note and the Court may not refuse to acknowledge this material issue, I'll be researching the Judicial Canons for the appropriate sections. Meanwhile the audio files from the last hearing arrived at Ms. Ingress' home last week, but without the instructions for play. It is an antediluvian setup they use and a real PITA but soon America should be able to hear exactly what Attorney Masterson represented..... and then America will see what NH Senators Shaheen and Ayotte are doing about this mess....
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Sunday, April 17, 2011
KingCast/Mortgage Movies reminder to Attorneys Wahlquist, Kacavas and Delaney: You owe me some responses.
Gentlemen: It has been nearly three (3) weeks (60 Minutes Mortgage Fraud "Linda Green"/Lynn Szymoniak episode references) since I responded to Attorney Wahlquist's FOIA response to me in which I noted that the first 100 pages of materials are to be produced at no cost. I am clearly entitled to the materials and when they are ready I will provide Attorney Walmquist with an appropriate release and waiver for any confidential information. Similarly, it has been two weeks since I requested advisory opinions as to whether I can publish the comments by the public employee at the New Hampshire Office of the Trustee and Assistant Trustee Karonis. A copy of this journal entry and prior entries will be sent via Certified Mail tomorrow, 18 April 2011.
Obviously I am certain that it is a major concern to you that the entire Country is out-of-whack because of Mortgage Fraud. Therefore I would think that you would want to issue the responses so that KingCast, Mortgage Movies and Surefire Home Retention can share the results with Pro Publica, LivingLies, 4Closure Fraud and other news entities in an effort to educate the public about these matters instead of having NH U.S. Trustee Lawrence Sumski decry my efforts as being widow Leslie Crepeau's "YouTube cohort." The real question is who are the cohorts involved in potentially criminal activity in violation of RESPA, RICO and various other Federal and State Statutes.
Mortgage Movies Surefire Home Question U.S. Trustees on B10 Mortgage Fraud Issues
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
KingCast Mortgage Movie updates: Notary Revocation in AZ, BoA lawsuit in CA and robo-signer "Linda Green" Court media request in NH.
Here is the AZ Notary Revocation of Kristen B. Lindner.
Here is your back story on that Certified Receipt to Nashua Hillsborough Judge Diane Nicolosi about the Linda Green bogus note she has before her in the Jeanne Ingress case. Stay tuned for Ms. Ingress' letter to the NH AG's office, hopefully they do something this time because under NH AG cum U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte the State did nothing as people lost millions in the State's largest consumer fraud case in history. Ayotte's office was found negligent in the FRM Ponzi scam.
Update: Also stay tuned for the audio of the hearing in which Attorney Shawn Masterson made certain affirmative statements about that Wet Ink Note which I believe may be entirely false, and uttered with absolute knowledge of their falsity. I'll be listening to that before I issue ethics complaints. Meanwhile Her Honor denied Ms. Ingress's pending request for reconsideration, move along folks... nothing to see here... just another day in New Hampshire Justice.
Friday, April 8, 2011
Linda Green visits NH; KingCast tells Judge Diane Nicolosi and Attorney Shawn Masterson: If you don't make material changes in Jeanne Ingress' case I am reporting both of you for ethics violations.
For Hand Delivery to the Clerk of Courts and Judge Nicolosi's chambers via KingCast Courier service.
Thursday, April 7, 2011
SWAT teams called in to evict Rochester widow; they love sticking it to widows in NH as well, just ask Leslie Crepeau and U.S. Trustee Lawrence Sumski.
Fannie Mae called in SWAT teams to evict Cathy Lennon and arrest folks who dared to speak out about it. This in from the Good Folks over at 4ClosureFraud. In turn I reminded them about the infamous NH Ponzi Scheme and NH AG cum U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte's patent dereliction of duty, the NH Banking Commish was set to grill her but I dunno whatever became of that.....
Not only that, her office ignored wire fraud when I complained that someone forged my name to a mortgage and faxed it off to WAMU for funding when I was a title insurance producer, the documents are online.
“Mark Connelly, the director of the state Bureau of Securities Regulation, recently blew the whistle on the Attorney General’s Office and other regulators. Announcing that he was resigning from his post, Connelly charged that there has been “a state government cover-up” in the case of FRM.He believes the Attorney General’s Office should have taken legal action against FRM much earlier than it did.Kelly Ayotte was appointed Attorney General in 2004, but before that, she was an assistant A.G. (She quit as the Granite State’s top lawyer in 2009, to prepare her bid for the Senate.) The Attorney General’s Office was first consulted about a possible enforcement action against FRM back in 2003. “
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
Texas AG Greg Abbott follows KingCast and Mortgage Movies on fraud issues while NH U.S. Trustee Lawrence Sumski turns a blind eye. Will Kelly Ayotte address it in her maiden speech?
FACT: Kelly Ayotte ignored mortage wire fraud that I reported to her, see para. 11.
FACT: Kelly Ayotte was negligent in the FRM Mortgage Ponzi scam; I also told you so in this journal entry, click the "tip of iceberg" linky.
THEORY: Maybe she's too busy trying to figure out how to get the $276M Berlin prison staffed, ask the NYTimes about that, ahem. Maybe they can fill it with all of the corrupt bankers and mortgage thieves and the mortgagors, KingCast and Mortgage Movies will run the joint, hahahaha.....
Anyway oh, yah here's the journal entry on MERS being sued by Tennessee and Massachusetts that Texas AG Greg Abbott is reading. Meanwhile he last fall sought a moratorium on foreclosures. And I believe Arkansas and other states have denied MERS legal standing. I feel weird now knowing I was a part of this mess on the front end, diligently sending all of my information on to MERS like a good little title insurance producer....
As a former AAG myself I can honestly say I'm proud of the contributions my colleagues and I are making toward Justice in the mortgage industry. Even though Attorney Sumski hates it, but that's too bad now he's got 60 Minutes to deal with and they got bigger badder cameras than we do, and they reach a few more living rooms to boot, ahem.
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Monday, April 4, 2011
Very interesting. Full story here.
Dear Attorneys Kacavas and Delaney: In light of American's mortgage crisis please provide advisory opinions on the media's right to video in public buildings ASAP, thank you.
In light of yesterday's 60 Minutes coverage of the imploding Mortgage industry I am respectfully requesting that each of you issue advisory opinions regarding the media and the public's right to video public officials in public buildings other than Federal Courthouses: The public employees at the U.S. Trustee's Office sure were upset that I am running video about pending foreclosure matters that may involve fraudulent B10 proof of claims by Harmon Law Office, a/k/a HLO. Recent video here. In point of fact they said I did not have permission to videotape the conversation, so I published only my half of the conversation. You may review that situation here at Mortgage Movies Journal.
I plan to continue my coverage as a former Assistant AG, former licensed title insurance producer (in NH no less), an American Citizen and as an investigative journalist with an even better camera in the coming weeks, months and years, one such as the Canon 60D seen in the picture. You see I believe that the American Public needs to see what is going on in 1080p resolution at 24fps so that all of our government's actions in protecting us are clearly shown, and as vigorous proponents of open and responsible government I am quite certain that both of you support my efforts so I look forward to prompt responses from both of you. Lastly Attorney Delaney, as to the Ralph Holder documents I'll be up to review those soon, you have my old address on file so I did not receive notice they were ready to review until last week.
cc: My Nashua friend Mike Gannon (Dvorak Uncensored + KingCast coverage)
cc: My Nashua friend Mike Gannon (Dvorak Uncensored + KingCast coverage)
Saturday, April 2, 2011
NH US Trustee Lawrence Sumski hates Mortgage Movies exposing Harmon Law Office potential B10 fraud, now 60 Minutes joins the fray.
Update: Busted in Illinois, 1,700 mortgage foreclosures suspended.
I walked into Judge Deasy's Courtroom Thursday just in time to hear U.S. Trustee Lawrence Sumski state for the record about widow Leslie Crepeau "Your Honor she even had a cohort running video on YouTube," as if I were the criminal instead of some of these real estate "professionals." Check my FOIA request to the U.S. Trustee, their attorney's response and my response back to them: I get the first 100 pages free so get on it, pal.
Meanwhile on the other end of the spectrum, a Cleveland Federal Jury finds Uri Gofman and Anthony Viola Guilty of Mortgage Fraud on $44M of fraudulent loans. I grew up in a beautiful Cleveland Heights neighborhood so I hate pigs like that, and I hate irresponsible government officials who point a finger at me instead of investigating potentially fraudulent proof of claims on Bankruptcy matters.