EVEN MORE BREAKING NEWS — (from previous post on April 25, 2018)

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:


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.)


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.


We received word from the Florida Supreme Court on the request we posited under the Florida Open Records Act and got nowhere because, even with clarity, the Clerk did not “get” what we were asking for, so we’re doing more research into the Stopa hearing, which apparently was in St. Petersburg, Florida (Pinellas County) in an open hearing held on April 21, 2018. From Stopa’s Facebook page, we know a woman judge spoke on his behalf and revealed damning information about judges being paid bonuses!  Stopa’s office is not saying much of anything, but we are hearing back channel information that Stopa may not get any suspension time at all, following our Open Records Act request!  We have also heard that other complaints against him are still pending and haven’t made the disciplinary committee yet. This is even more disconcerting because it demonstrates that the more you aggressively fight for homeowners, the more the “system” tries to beat you down.  Foreclosures are big business and the banks don’t like losing, so they will resort to any means to take out their opponent, so we’re going to start doing the same back at them!

If you didn’t get what I just said … we will be explaining HOW in the upcoming workshop!   And the banks aren’t going to like it! 

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 still 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!

The information presented here is viable for all 50 states!





  1. AXJ

    Reblogged this on AXJ USA NEWS and commented:


  2. AXJ

    This is only the tip of the iceberg as AAF and AXJ join forces to investigate. http://www.aaf.news


  3. JohnR

    “Spike that one!” Quote: Vlad the Impaler. John A. Reed150 W. Dorothy Lane Apt. 317Dayton, Ohio 45429Yotraj@Yahoo.com https://www.facebook.com/john.reed.37201

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  4. losingmyhomeinflorida

    Here you go
    Whatever your history with Mark Stopa is, these statements from a judge at his hearing yesterday are ASTOUNDING. Let’s send to Pam Bondi.

    As much as I appreciate the incredible outpouring of support yesterday, the most notable aspect of what happened isn’t about me. It’s so much bigger. You see, yesterday, a judge testified… let me pause and repeat: A JUDGE TESTIFIED … (I’m paraphrasing):

    1. The salaries of all Florida judges were the same for eight years (no pay raises) when the legislature told them they’d only get raises when a sufficient number of foreclosure cases were closed out. Only after that happened did the judges finally get raises.

    2. Judges were individually graded based on how quickly they closed foreclosure cases, and there was talk of individual bonuses based on these grades.

    I’ll always remember the glowing comments this Judge made about me (along with, of course, those made by everyone else), but Her Honor’s bravery in detailing this dynamic, publicly, was, IMHO, the biggest statement of the day.

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  5. Hammertime

    Homeowner rights we’re trampled on that should be the focus. Similar to Los Angeles county being told by a winning lawyer that they should not take homeowner cases.


  6. With my own foreclosure in Palm Beach County, the Judge set the hearing without forcing the Plaintiff to answer our discovery nor did the Plaintiff or Defendants ask for the hearing. Then at the hearing, (what hearing?) he refused to hear anything to do with standing. There were no witnesses, opening statements or any aspects or components of a trial. He told us if we didn’t like it, appeal. In our case, we had bought the home in the HOA foreclosure, with the Bank a named defendant. The bank’s foreclosure was ongoing but they had been denied their request to swap out the party Plaintiff, obviously originally suing with the wrong plaintiff. My Attorney, Loreli Fiala was useless and seemed to be biased toward banks. I think that many Attorneys and Judges both believe that the idea of people getting mortgages vacated would upset the financial establishment and economy. Just printing money is OK right, so they can then lend it to people who they knowingly couldn’t afford it, making profits and then shorting the MBS market when everyone started defaulting? I think that was the greatest pump and dump in history.

    The bank eventually did their motion to voluntarily dismiss. They didn’t refile until after the 5 year SOL had run out but that’s another issue where our corrupt courts just abrogated the legislatures intent. With the Judge’s Pension Fund, an investor in MBSs, how can they even hear cases involving mortgage foreclosure because of the conflict of interest? Jefferson was right when he warned us of the lack of Judicial remedies and oversight in the Constitution. I think they sent him to France during the Constitutional Convention intentionally. He obviously knew how corrupt the British judiciary was and thus would have forced the issue or possibly sabotaged the convention. He thought the Articles of Confederation were superior to the Constitution because it had a stronger position for States rights. I am trying to rally the Citizens into creating an oversight committee at Jurists4Justice.com. Attorneys would have to get involves and most of them don’t seem to have a great deal of social concern. It seems to me that many of those who seek law degrees have a higher degree of ambition than ethic. I have often thought perhaps the legal curriculum and testing could have something to do with the results. The testing is all controlled by a few major corporations. When you have someone arguing what the definition of is, is and if fellatio is sex, it surely makes you wonder. Halve the swampters are Attorneys.

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  7. AXJ

    OMG, this blog has over 200,000 views…wonder why? AAF keeps trucking.. http://www.aaf.news


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