The People vs The Banks…Update 2


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Most of us use them (banks) everyday.  They are on every street corner.  We voluntarily give them all of our money every pay day.  We use them to store our money.  We trust them.  ???

I don’t think so.  If ever there was an enemy of the people out there it is the bank.  They have been given favorite status by our lawmakers and enforcers and were allowed to steal from us in the open.  Now they continue their illegal criminal activities against us.

Here is just one more example of how blatant and bold the banks are and how they have a total disregard for the law and the people in this country.  This video clip comes to us courtesy of Mathew Weidner, Esq.  It is a clip from MSNBC’s Dylan Ratigan Show.  Mat – who appear on this clip will also appear on Dylan’s show today at 4:00 PM.  We will post that clip as soon as it is available.

Sorry, I cannot embed the video.  To view please click here.

AG Miller asks mortgage firms to halt Iowa foreclosures (blog)

Sponsors of notary bill: No connection to robo-signing issue
Housing Wire

Breaking Texas Real Estate News: Texas Attorney General Halts Foreclosures
D Magazine

US foreclosure fiasco
Chicago Sun-Times

Cooper gives BofA foreclosure deadline
Charlotte Observer

Fatally Flawed Foreclosures and Bank Bailout 2.0 – The Resistance

Officials call for halting some Michigan foreclosures
Detroit Free Press

Homeowners: The Courtroom is Your Battlefield
Huffington Post

n foreclosure controversy, problems run deeper than flawed paperwork
Washington Post

Attorney Tom Ice of Ice Legal.  An attorney at the top of the foreclosure defense list.

Florida lawyer warns of deepening foreclosure mess

From Reuters

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Florida attorney Tom Ice speaks with Reuters about questionable mortgage foreclosure practices at his offices in Royal Palm Beach, Florida October 5, 2010.

Credit: Reuters/Joe Skipper

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By Kevin Gray

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Florida | Wed Oct 6, 2010 2:58pm EDT

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Florida (Reuters) – A Florida lawyer at the forefront of legal challenges against foreclosure practices by mortgage lenders says the U.S. housing morass will drag on due to difficulty in determining who owns home loans.

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