OHIO SECRETARY OF STATE REFERS FORECLOSURE FRAUD TO U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

It is beginning.  Finally, someone at State level has referred “fraud” to the U.S Department of Justice.  Let’s see what they do with it.

Ohio Secretary of State alleges Notary Abuse/Fraud by Chase – Refers Matter to Department of Justice and Federal Prosecutor

This just in folks… the Press Release below in its entirety was released today by the Ohio Secretary of State, Jennifer Brunner. The proverbial “snowball” is starting to roll downhill my friends. More and more of the systemic fraud is becoming apparent to the press and people in higher places than the “deadbeat” homeowners and their foreclosure defense attorneys and advocates around the country. While the judiciary in Florida continues to be tone deaf and is doing its very best to act like everything is just fine and that the fraud is just a minor problem in only a small sampling of cases, the actual facts and discovery of rampant fraud is going to give every judge (who refuses to listen and act appropriately) a big black eye.

It’s coming… trust me. There are so many legal issues with all of the foreclosures that every state legislature should immediately issue statewide moratoriums and suspensions on all foreclosure cases until a system of proper checks and balances can be instituted and enforced. The title insurance problem is a building tsunami that will effectively bring our national housing industry to a screeching halt. Just a prediction…
WAY TO GO MRS. BRUNNER. IT’S SO NICE TO SEE AN ELECTED OFFICIAL NOT BEHOLDEN TO FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS BUT ACTUALLY UNDERSTANDS THAT SHE IS A SERVANT OF THE PEOPLE WHO ELECTED HER.

Here you go… enjoy this one. Ihighlighted/emphasized some of her most juicy statements.

Read all the rest…click here as posted in foreclosureblues.wordpress.com

Also another VICTORY posted by Attorney Jeff Barnes:  This one is big.

VICTORY IN OREGON FEDERAL COURT: JUDGE DENIES MOTIONS TO DISMISS FILED BY ONE WEST BANK AND MERS; INJUNCTION AGAINST SALE GRANTED FOR DURATION OF BORROWERS’ LAWSUIT; ONE WEST’S COUNSEL ADMITS ON THE RECORD THAT MERS CANNOT TRANSFER PROMISSORY NOTES

FDN attorneys Jeff Barnes, Esq. and Elizabeth Lemoine, Esq. have achieved a significant victory in Federal Court in Oregon. On Tuesday, September 28, Mr. Barnes and Ms. Lemoine defended and argued Motions to Dismiss the borrowers’ lawsuit challenging a nonjudicial foreclosure. The Motions were filed by the Defendants OneWest Bank and MERS. The action was originally filed in state court where a temporary restraining order was entered stopping the sale. On the eve of the scheduled hearing on the borrowers’ Motion for Preliminary Injunction, Defendants OneWest Bank, MERS, and Regional Trustee Services removed the case to Federal Court in an obvious attempt to circumvent the state court injunction hearing. The Federal Court entered an Injunction and scheduled a hearing on the Motions filed by the Defendants.

Read in entirety…click here This is also big!

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