Meanwhile some KingCast/Mortgage Movies affiliate film makers are busy between Boston and NYC, wrapping up a movie that could very well be the darling of certain film festivals next year. I'm interviewed yes, and so is the Boston area lawyer in this picture as he relaxes and spills the beans from his backyard, but we are small potatoes next to the headliners..... and that is all I'm going to say at this point but when they are ready to go public, you will read about it -- and watch trailers first -- right here.
But wait, Neil Garfield just gave me another boost, so I am emailing Florida Ethics Attorney Tim Chinaris:
A Bar staff opinion held it makes no difference whether the case was open or closed or what stage an open case is at in terms of the lawyer’s duty. The opinion said that under Rule 4-3.3 (Candor Toward the Tribunal), the improperly prepared affidavits constitute false evidence, and the lawyer has a duty to disclose that to the courts.
.....In the Ingress case there is a "Linda Green" Assignment, and to my knowledge Wells Fargo has failed to produce an original wet ink note or mortgage. Ms. Ingress is off to Federal Court and State Court with a Motion to Quiet Title, I may capture some video of her filing in State Court and will post her docs soon. Watch Attorney Shawn Masterson as he testilies to the bench in hushed tones that I caught on DVD and amplified for your viewing (mis)pleasure.