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FLORIDA FORECLOSURE COURTS APPEAR “STACKED” IN FAVOR OF JUDGES! MORE BREAKING NEWS!

MORE BREAKING NEWS — OPEN RECORDS ACT REQUEST FOR HEARING TRANSCRIPT! 

Just to let you know that the author of this post and his WKDW-FM 97.5 Radio Co-host R. J. Malloy are NOT taking the Florida Supreme Court hearing involving Florida Bar charges of professional misconduct against Florida attorney Mark Stopa lying down, a team of attorneys and this author drafted an Open Records Act request to the Clerk of the Supreme Court, demanding a copy of the Florida judge’s remarks as part of the transcript, to further analyze it to find out whether or not to bring in a team of attorneys to sue the State of Florida Legislature, each state legislator personally and in their individual capacity, the Florida Attorney General (for not doing something to prevent potential conflicting legislation from being enforced) and the Florida Bar and the Judicial Qualifications Commission of the State of Florida who had to have known the implications of the legislation that rewarded judges’ behavior in foreclosure courts across the state with bonuses based on performance in clearing foreclosure dockets.  Read the request here:

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We will be following up on this in short order and are still looking into the “rewards program” for judges.  It disturbs us (the team of attorneys I am in communication with) that collectively, as both lawyers and non-lawyers, that the legislature could stoop so low as to “reward bad behavior” in the denial of due process rights by passing legislation incentivizing foreclosure court judges to quickly clear off their dockets in order to get these bonuses.

We are just getting word that the Supreme Court of Florida plans on suspending Stopa’s license to practice law for one year.  Generally, attorneys have thirty (30) days to clear off their case loads and close their practices after getting formal notice.  We are awaiting further news on the latest developments.

(Updated on May 31, 2018 to reflect new development in this matter.)

BREAKING NEWS, OP-ED —

The sinking feeling that overcomes Florida homeowners entering the foreclosure arena (the Sunshine State’s version of a 3-ring circus aka “rocket docket”) was finally manifested in the case against Florida attorney Mark Stopa, who has been at the center of controversy for being abrasive before these judges, resulting in possible disbarment for professional misconduct.

In my book, when you win foreclosure cases (which means the banks lose), judges don’t like it … by that I mean having the obvious thrown in their faces; however … and we are trying to get the transcript from Stopa’s recent Florida Supreme Court hearing … it does appear that the deck has been inadvertently “stacked” against Florida homeowners in favor of not only the banks, but the judges hearing the cases as well!  Think I’m exaggerating here?  Take a look at what Stopa posted on this Facebook page:

Even with the glare of the screenshot covering up the word “notable”, what is hard to fathom is how Florida foreclosure court judges are seemingly on the “take” when it comes to clearing off their court dockets and how they were incentivized by the Florida legislature.  So, does this mean that Pam Blondie is going to investigate this scheme?  Not likely.  She wouldn’t investigate the OSCEOLA COUNTY FORENSIC EXAMINATION, which Stopa’s buddy Matt Weidener snubbed on Orlando television.  These two aren’t “holier than thou” in my book; however, I am willing to concede that the testimony from this hearing is probably damning in more ways than one and could have only happened at Stopa’s expense.  What makes these allegations (in the form of testimony from a judge included) make things any different?   Felonies are felonies and judges handling foreclosure cases appear to have gone right along with the scheme of things.  Among the rumors … that judges financially profited from the scheme based on their “performance”!

If the transcript (which trust me … is going to be gone over with a fine-toothed comb) bears any other significant testimony, you can bet we’ll use it against the judges in Florida’s foreclosure courts relative to Florida Criminal Code § 817.535 cases.  The Florida States’ Attorneys have every opportunity to launch their own independent investigations but none, including the recently-elected Aramis Ayala (in Florida’s 9th Circuit) have lifted a damned finger to investigate and prosecute any of this suspect behavior.

Exactly how many legislators and judges have been paid off by the banks to facilitate this fraud?   The stuff contained within the Stopa Facebook post seems to parallel the Volusia County judicial rag that told judges there that their “performance” was being monitored and if they knew what was good for them, they’d tow the line and clear their foreclosure dockets!   If one of their own has come clean and testified to the Florida Supremes that this sort of crap behavior is going on, then I say, it’s time to unseat every damned Florida foreclosure judge and every legislator that fell victim to this corruption (the next best thing to tar and feathers or the stocks) and hang their sorry ass political careers out to dry.

When you incentivize a Florida foreclosure judge, what do you think he’ll/she’ll do?   Of course they want to go out with a financial bang!

How many of these judges are pedophiles?   Has anyone ever investigated how much pornography is on these judges’ computers?

It seems we can’t shake these rumors.   All one has to do is examine the number of prosecutions were conducted by the Florida Judicial Qualifications Commission (JQC) and a lot of the so-called “disciplinary” actions seem lame when you compare what came out in Stopa’s hearing about the incentivizing of a foreclosure judge?   Has anyone investigated the Florida judges for acquiring property through the very own foreclosure hearing they ruled upon?  We’d like to hear about it.  If you have pictures or recorded documents of Florida judges acquiring foreclosed homes … this represents a clear conflict of interest and a bigger part of the conspiracy to defraud Florida homeowners.  Hell, it represents serious criminal activity, obviously spearheaded by some serious bank lobbying in Tallahassee.

Stay tuned!  We’re going to figure out a bigger mousetrap given this testimony and we expect to have that scenario to present to you in the upcoming FORECLOSURE DEFENSE WORKSHOP … because now … given this diatribe (seen in the screenshot above) … the judge has now become an additional target.  This also means that given the testimony, it is possible that thousands of foreclosure cases could be vacated and reopened in order to vet judicial involvement.  I don’t think you realize the implications this testimony has brought out … yet.

The registration to attend this workshop is now OPEN!  Visit the Clouded Titles website and sign up now to learn strategies on targeting not only the banks’ attorneys but the judges as well!  This workshop is for educational purposes only and is not representative of the corruption that appears to be ongoing in Florida’s foreclosure courts!  After this revelation, it’s no holds barred!  We told you … when it comes to foreclosure … this means war!

Res Ispa Loquitur!  (Latin phrase meaning “the thing speaks for itself”!) 

“Off with his head!” (Quote from the Red Queen in Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland”!) 

Stayed tuned for the syllabus on this non-CLE workshop!   Sign up now (seating is limited)!

The information presented here is viable for all 50 states!

 

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FORECLOSURE DEFENSE WORKSHOP

BREAKING NEWS — The 2018 Foreclosure Defense Workshop is now official!

See the attached for more information:

FDW 2018 REGISTRATION FORM_ORLANDO FDW 2018 FLYER

I will be posting the specific syllabus for the workshop as soon as all topic matter has been finalized.

Please keep checking the Clouded Titles website for the shopping cart to open up to allow you to register for the event.

This time … we will have THREE attorneys who are versed in foreclosure defense speaking on various topics to help you “fight the good fight”.

Please read all of the documents carefully before contacting us.  You can email us through the Clouded Titles website if you have questions.

This will be the only class we are holding this year relative to securitization, chain of title, foreclosure defense, related litigation and all of our research (“ammo”) that goes with it!  Books and related research material will be available for sale at the event.  Come prepared to get educated and learn about our new “secret weapon” which has been used to shut down foreclosure cases dead in their tracks!

This is a short post since all of the relative necessary information is contained in the flyer and on the registration form.

We’ll plan on seeing you in July!

Here’s what our workshop attendees have had to say about their learning experiences: CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE VIDEO! 

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Uptick in foreclosures ??? This means war!

BREAKING NEWS —

National Mortgage News is regurgitating figures from Black Knight Financial Services that foreclosure starts, notably in Texas and Florida, are now on the upswing, now that the moratoriums imposed from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have expired.  In February there were 46,700 foreclosures starts, while March’s foreclosure figures totaled 52,100 (according to Black Knight).  This means that between the two states alone there were nearly 65,000 foreclosures started up against homeowners, many who have no knowledge as to how to defend them.

Hence, the balance of the breaking news …

Clouded Titles author Dave Krieger (also a title consultant to attorneys) has put together a FORECLOSURE DEFENSE WORKSHOP to meet the increased demand for information, which will feature succinct input from three different attorneys (from different parts of the U.S., all well versed on foreclosure defense in both mortgage and deed of trust states) on various foreclosure defense topics that are designed to help homeowners “fight the good fight”.

The FORECLOSURE DEFENSE WORKSHOP will be held on Saturday, July 28th and Sunday, July 29th (2018) from 8 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (both days) at the Hampton Inn & Suites Orlando Airport (5460 Gateway Village Circle, Orlando, FL 32812). The hotel offers complimentary WiFi and free breakfast and airport shuttle for those attending the event or staying at the hotel during the event.

Stay tuned for more information about group rates for sleeping rooms and for the particulars about what information we’ll be sharing at this exciting, emotionally-charged event!   This is the “heads up” for all of you faithful Clouded Titles Blog readers to give you advance notice of this event.  We will be putting out the particulars on this event, including the registration forms and flyer information, within a week.  If you need advance information besides what’s been posted here, please feel free to email us at cloudedtitles@gmail.com.

At this workshop, we will be featuring our new “secret weapon” which has been improved upon since the last workshop a year ago.  There’s always something new to learn (a new strategy, a new defense, a new tactic, a new means of potentially winning your foreclosure case) at this class, so we hope you’ll be joining us in July!  (We heard some of you may even be visiting Disney World while you’re here … but you’ll find no “Mickey Mouse” games at this workshop!)

The fee to attend is $695 for single admission and $895 for married couples (or couples with provable, shared title interests to their property). This is a “cheap date” to save your home, compared to what you’re going to learn in an effort to save on shelling out gobs of money in legal fees.

There will be handouts provided at the workshop.  Save money on time spent researching by attending this class! We did the work for you!

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