Judge Schack Strikes Out Again For Justice

Supreme Court Justice Schack hits HSBC for ‘frivolous motion’ in foreclosure, asks boss to explain

BY JUAN GONZALEZ – NEWS
DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER
Wednesday, July 06, 2011
Once again New York Judge Schack upholds the law and justice.

A Brooklyn judge has ordered the head of one of the nation’s biggest banks to appear in court and explain why it should not be penalized for submitting false documents in a foreclosure case.

In a scathing decision issued Friday, Supreme Court Justice Arthur Schack dismissed HSBC’s case against Bedford-Stuyvesant homeowner Ellen Tahrer as a “frivolous motion” and a “waste of judicial resources.”

A Brooklyn judge has ordered the head of one of the nation’s biggest banks to appear in court and explain why it should not be penalized for submitting false documents in a foreclosure case.

In a scathing decision issued Friday, Supreme Court Justice Arthur Schack dismissed HSBC’s case against Bedford-Stuyvesant homeowner Ellen Tahrer as a “frivolous motion” and a “waste of judicial resources.”

The bank failed to prove it even owned the $475,000 mortgage on Tahrer’s home, Schack ruled. Instead, its lawyers submitted documents from several notorious “robo-signers,” all of which claimed the original loan had been transferred to HSBC from Delta Funding Corp., the original lender, which declared bankruptcy in 2007.

Those documents were “replete with false statements,” Schack ruled. He ordered the British bank’s North American CEO, Irene Dorner, to appear July 15 to explain.

“Submitting false documents” is fraud upon the court.  It is a crime.  It is happening in almost every case in almost every court in the country.  Few, very few judges have the guts to call it what it is.  An illegal practice which makes a sham of our entire judicial system.  If judges (not Schack) can allow fraud and illegal practices to prevail in our courts then we do not truly have a court system that is fair.  This is not the type of system our Republic was meant to have.  These are kangaroo courts to say the least.

“Those documents were “replete with false statements,” Schack ruled” as he dismissed their case against the homeowner.   “He ordered the British bank’s North American CEO, Irene Dorner, to appear July 15 to explain.”

It will indeed be very interesting to hear how the CEO of HSBC explains his banks committing fraud, attempting to defraud the courts just to take a home away from someone, collect their losses from the U.S. Government, then sell the house they have NO investment in for any price which becomes pure profit on their books.

The banks stole America to cause this economic crisis and they all continue to steal from Americans for no other reason then greed, well perhaps to control the country and the population as well.

Thank you Justice Schack for your honesty and belief in our system.  For those that are not aware, Justice Schack has been ruling according to law against fraudulent foreclosures for nearly 4 years now.  He is a leader in the crusade for justice and the American way of life.

We will follow his rulings and cases closely.

Read the entire story in the New York Daily News…click here

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  • Nancy Coxall  On July 16, 2011 at 10:00 PM

    I think Judge Schack is America’s Hero! He stands up for what is right and just. He is to be commended for bringing down these banks…Most other Judge’s will give the banks a slap on the wrist and continue allowing fraud in their courts. All judge should be made to do their job and uphold the law or be stripped of their position.

  • Larry Rubinoff  On July 16, 2011 at 10:11 PM

    Nancy, I could not agree with you more. He is one of just a handful around the country but by far the most persistent and active. While the very few others have dismissed cases, none have called in the CEO of the bank committing the fraud on the court therefore on the people. This next session with HSBC’s CEO in court will be interesting.

    Thank you for visiting and for your comment.

  • lisamarie  On July 19, 2011 at 12:16 AM

    I absolutley love this man. What a world it would be if every county could have just one judge like him grace the court room. God bless and keep close to Judge Arthur Schack!

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