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KingCast and Judge Arthur Schack put a stake through IndyMac and Fein, Such & Kahn's hearts in IndyMac v. Meisels, 2012 NY Slip Op 51902.

Here is your back story from earlier this month.
 Well it was an unpublished Decision, until it hit the Internet that is LOL.... Can you imagine that, foreclosing in the name of an entity that didn't exist at the magic moment? Well sadly it is nothing new and as I note, Judge Paul Barbadoro let a Linda Green robo-signature and a post hoc Sand Canyon assignment stand in a New Hampshire Fraudclosure case. At least one of his brethren saw differently on the exact same issue in another case, Drouin v. Option One NH Dist. 11-CV-596.

But as far as that stake goes, His Honor's analogy was so apropos.... and to that stake up front I will add a size 10 John Varvatos boot to the can and break them both off. Then throw them in a shallow grave and spit on it. Meanwhile, sadly President Obama and challenger Mitt Romney sidestep the meat of the issue. As noted in today's feature presentation it is law firms like Phelan, Hallinan & Schmieg and Fein, Such & Kahn that are ruining this Country, along with the Judges who allow them to run amok. Well they might own a lot of the judges but they don't own the internet and they certainly don't own me or anyone else here at WRH.

 See the video here

By FraudFixer
FEIN SUCH & CRANE LLP is the poster child of Foreclosure fraud. below is a clear example of their scheme to defraud, forgery, falsifying business documents and filing same into a public office. How wonderful
1- attempting to collect on a false obligation. a Federal offense
2- procuring a forged document to create an appearance of authority to sue w No power of attorney legitimizing the document. Forged docs sent directly to the Fraudclosure firm
3-No assignment of the Note, only a ghost assignment of an alleged mortgage
4-using a counterfeit security, fronting a "copy" of the note as if they possess the original, therfore having no proof of claim and a federal offense
5-Breaching their attorneys oath as not to file any false claim
6-aiding/abetting foreign banks in extortion forgery and attempted theft of property

Think about this for a moment. You have a bunch of rogue attorneys thinkin there on top makin 200k a year by having docs forged, extorting people on behalf of foreign banks to steal property . Thats how much you get paid for all that. You gotta be kidding me
Henry Fein and his crew will never pay your bill when the shit hits the fan on you arse holes. the attorneys are the agents for an organized crime and racketeering operation.

The question is: are the attorneys ready for whats coming a them behind the scenes?
Their career, their livelihood, can they afford the exorbitant damages owed to the homeowner.
There are major consequences to you personally when you have committed such crimes

we continue to pray for them


Should Attorneys be sanctioned/fined/imprisoned for aiding in the theft of properties of the american people by Forgery Fraud Counterfeiting documents?

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  •  I read this whole thing (3+ / 0-)
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    BlackSheep1, FG, wilderness voice

    but I feel like I am missing pieces of the story, as if you are assuming knowledge I do not have.  This could be a very interesting diary, but I suggest you read it again later and fill in some of the blanks.

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    by Sychotic1 on Tue Oct 23, 2012 at 08:15:39 AM PDT

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      The video shows a robo-signed "assignment" in my own case the the court ignored. It was propounded by the same law firm at issue in the two other cases shown in the short film. But because most judges do NOT make the banks follow the law most people get the shaft and end up being foreclosure victims and paying money to non-existant entities or to banks that never proved that they had standing to foreclose in the first place.

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