February 13, 2009 was a big day for Bryan Bly. On that day he and his robo signing friends and notaries likely conspired to forge hundreds if not thousands of bogus assignments for mortgages or deeds of trust going into or out of Argent Securities.
The problem is, at least one appellate Court just two years ago determined that Mr. Bly and his co-horts could be held liable for forgery in creating void documents to initiate foreclosure proceedings, ab initio.
In Vazquez v. Deutsche Bank Nat'l Trust Co., N.A., 441 S.W.3d 783 (2014) that was the exact issue that we have before us in Indiana, but it's even worse because we have a Bryan Bly Assignment and an LPS Assignment at play, see them right here and recall the LPS debacle when the name partner of a foreclosure mill law firm even lied about his job and identity. This time it was April King instead of Bethany Hood.
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The Truth hurts doesn't it.
Note: One of his other Assignments was produced by LPS Lender Processing Services I believe it is, in which Bethany Hood was such a notorious robo-signer that Fein Such Name Partner Henry Fein lied about his identity when we confronted him in his office five years ago. Watch the video, you'll see.
The dates on the Bly Assignment in this case is the same date involved in the Vazquez case, i.e. February 13, 2009.
When I took the call from Mr. Foster I was intrigued because I know I am going to send this video to the Indianapolis Star: I wrote for the Star briefly before going to law school and eventually becoming a residential closing attorney.
Now in addition to the foregoing, Mr. Foster informs me that he sent a set of documents to them to note that one of their alleged ownership interests even predates the Trust in which the Note is allegedly held.
They then dismissed a foreclosure case against him in June 2015 and obtained a bogus Default Judgment against him through sewer service:
In point of fact claims Mr. Foster, there was no service at all and as such he has gone back into Court and straight at Ocwen and Deutschebank to demand an end to this nonsense. He gave them 15 days from the 9th of September to answer him and his Interrogatories. The time has run and he has not received anything of substance, only an email from their attorney who threatens him with a purported loan modification and a short sale offer that he never even reviewed.
They won't even tell him who the investor is...... Stay tuned for updates on this crucial case.