FRB Press Release | Kevin Warsh announces his intent to resign as a member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

For immediate release Kevin Warsh announced his intent to resign as a member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System on or around March 31, 2011. Governor Warsh, a member of the Board since February 2006, submitted his letter of resignation to President Obama today. “Kevin rendered the Federal Reserve and the … Continue reading

WOW – Sheriff RE Foreclosure Fraud – I Swear on the Altar of Almighty God, I Will Arrest the Presiding Judge on the Case

“I swear on the Altar of Almighty God, I will arrest the presiding judge on the case and the Special Master assigned to sell the property.” ~ – Rico S. Giron, Future Sheriff of San Miguel County Whoa… Here we go folks… We just got off the phone with this man and he should be … Continue reading

Hard Hitting Report – Florida AG Bill McCollum Investigates its own, Erin Collins Cullaro

The Press is Listening!!! State AG investigates its own By SHANNON BEHNKEN and MICHAEL SASSO sbehnken@tampatrib.com msasso@tampatrib.com Published: May 1, 2010 TAMPA – The Florida Attorney General’s Office said Friday that it is investigating the involvement one of its attorneys had with one of the state’s largest foreclosure firms. This comes a day after the … Continue reading

Foreclosure Fraud Attack – Foreclosure Fighters Systems Under Attack

Interestingly enough, after our Rally in Tally, there have been reports of attacks on some of the websites that were part of the event. Here is the update… Read the WSJ Article here Read the SEC lawsuit here Read the SEC surfing porn here 4closureFraud 1-561-880-LIES Florida Foreclosure Defense Law Offices of Carol C. Asbury … Continue reading

Senator Michael Bennett – You are the Pigs Ass

Straight from The Pigs Ass WOW! TALK ABOUT AN ASS! ARROGANT SENATOR BENNETT, not even pretending to have concern for those thousands losing their homes in his district! http://ning.it/aO9SLt For now, Republican Senator Mike Bennett has had to put the bill on hold, because the banks argue the bill is too consumer-friendly. With eight days … Continue reading

The Whole Country is BOGUS – Fabricated Mortgage Assignments All Over the Country

For the past year and a half, I have been examining the public records of Florida, analyzing all of the fraudulent documents that have been entered into the system since the housing crisis began. I have found employees of lenders assigning mortgages to their employer, I have found companies assigning mortgages to themselves, by themselves. I have seen … Continue reading

Florida Bankers to States Citizens: “Bend Over!!! Your Assets are Mine!!!” Florida Consumer Protection and Homeowner Credit Rehabilitation Act

The Florida Consumer Protection and Homeowner Credit Rehabilitation Act / The Nonjudicial Foreclosure Act for Nonhomestead Properties I urge you to read this entire article and all of the links within. Millions of people could potentially be affected by this in one way or another if these bills pass… The Florida Bankers Association, like a … Continue reading

Lenders Pursue Mortgage Payoffs Long After Homeowners Default

By Kathleen M. Howley Jan. 28 (Bloomberg) — When John King stopped making payments on his home in Coral Gables, Florida, two years ago, he assumed the foreclosure ended his mortgage contract, he said. Last month, a Miami-Dade County court gave collectors permission to pursue him for $44,000 stemming from the default. King is among … Continue reading

WE THE PEOPLE (Have Had Enough)

From The Market Ticker Karl Denninger THE seminal question for this year – coming into the mid-term elections – is exactly that. Have you had it? Are you tired of being bent over the table with 29.9% credit card interest rates while these big banks borrow at zero from The Fed and use that money … Continue reading

The Giant Pool of Money – How They Transfered the Wealth

The Giant Pool of Money “The problem was that even though housing prices were going through the roof, people weren’t making any more money. From 2000 to 2007, the median household income stayed flat. And so the more prices rose, the more tenuous the whole thing became. No matter how lax lending standards got, no … Continue reading

Freddie Mac Comments on the Final Report and Recommendations on Residential Mortgage Foreclosure Cases Florida Supreme Court

Recommendation regarding verification of “ownership” of the mortgage “The Task Force has recommended a requirement for a plaintiff in a foreclosure action to verify that it owns and holds the note. Typically, the plaintiff in a foreclosure action does not own the underlying note or loan that is secured by the property subject to the … Continue reading