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AND THE WINNER IS …

BREAKING NEWS — (with a little Op-Ed thrown in for good measure) … 

Those bumbling “talking heads” … 

The “talking heads” of all the major media networks were tripping all over themselves (during election night coverage) trying to “save face” for the “talking down” on one candidate in favor of another.

No matter.  If I was president, I would make sure that every media mouth was accounted for and access to the White House would be a major “hoop jumping” to get a media credential. Our U.S. media cannot be trusted with reporting the truth.  Our U.S. media likes to “invent” news (or hadn’t you noticed?) instead of really investigating and reporting the truth (and not as they see it), the whole truth and nothing but the truth.  The outcome of the election clearly left the media machine speechless, faltering on-mic for comment in an attempt to backpedal on their foolish pre-election hoopla. I shut the TV off at 2:15 a.m. and decided to wait for the early morning voting results to filter in.

Clearly however, I think both conservative and moderate American taxpayers have risen up and seriously spoken in favor of change away from the “status quo”.  That “status quo” includes Wall Street control of this country.  However, other changes that manifested themselves last night were overshadowed by a surprising upset by The Donald.  We now have a House and Senate that have a Republican majority under a Republican President.  As I said earlier, regarding the lesser of two evils, many of the facets of the Old School System are still in place, including the banking cartels and their influence in Congress.  The only thing that can make a difference is a presidential veto when the laws coming forward are clearly wrong.  Sadly, the “rank and file” are still in position to make pro-bank laws, in conflict with what the majority of the American people plainly stated in their popular vote. Until the American taxpayers actually make a change in the way they do business, the rank and file will continue to make their lives miserable.  Also keep in mind that the socialist vote (those who voted for Hillary) still went to the polls and voted for socialism.  They will still be a force to be reckoned with in the shallowed halls of Congress.

The voice of the people was heard in Osceola County, Florida! 

One thing is for sure however … Armando Ramirez was re-elected as the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Osceola County, Florida by well more than a slim margin, despite the rantings of the media about conducting a Forensic Examination of his official real property and court records.

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In many ways, I feel mildly vindicated, as I authored that 758-page Report.  I too came under personal attack from the Orlando Smutinel and other rags and media outlets for something that happened to me over 20 years ago.  I believe that the people have faith in Mr. Ramirez and his poll numbers demonstrated this.  It also says a lot for the numbers that have read the Report and have come to understand the real truth of the matter regarding their mortgage foreclosures.  The bottom line here is that no matter whether you’re a Democrat or a Republican, the voters love you if you do the right thing!  I believe Armando Ramirez stood up to public and political pressure from the corrupt Florida elitists and the local media and told his constituents: I hear you loud and clear!  There is a problem with the land records!  You don’t win elections unless the voters agree with you and it appears that the Osceola County rank and file don’t want to hear the truth … but the people who are affected do!

Mr. Ramirez’s devoted and loving wife Millie also held onto her position on the Soil and Water Board, Seat 4 – Osceola.  Congratulations to them both as they will wholeheartedly serve their constituents for another four years.  And I have a feeling the backlash from the Osceola County Forensic Examination is not over yet. From the looks of the voting results in both of their races, it appears the silent majority included both Democrats and Republicans who believe in the Ramirez’s.  The politically-influenced (by the rank and file) voted against them to no avail.  As Mr. Ramirez stated in the campaign:  “Let Justice flow like a stream, and righteousness like a river that never goes dry.” Amos 5:24

Speaking of “Justice” in Osceola County, Florida, Russell Gibson (D) was elected as the new Sheriff, replacing the outgoing Robert Hansel, who is leaving office amidst the scandal surrounding the investigation of the results (or the lack thereof) contained in the Report; and in retaliation of having to conduct an investigation with deputies tasering an innocent stepson of one of the examiners of the Report.  Mr. Gibson would do well to watch out for those around him (currently in positions within the Sheriff’s Department). It is rumored that Gibson may keep the “rank and file” that investigated the Report in place; in fact, even promoting them.  This would be a mistake if this rumor is found to be true. These “people” demonstrated by their response to the Report, on Hansel’s behalf, that they know Osceola County, Florida may have illegally evicted thousands of homeowners based on fraudulent documents recorded in the Osceola County real property records and then relied upon in court by servicers and their attorneys, who are suspect of committing perjury on the courts, among other things.  The civil liability for these “errors” would be into the billions and they know it.  That’s why Sgt. Toby Hawkins told Al West, the attorney who was present in the February 9, 2015 meeting to “shut up” when Mr. West asked him about potential exposure (meaning civil liability).  Let’s face it folks … filing fraudulent documents is a felony in Florida and no one seems to want to enforce it, for now.

On the other side of the coin, Aramis Ayala ran unopposed and was elected as Florida’s 9th Circuit States Attorney.  Mr. Ramirez has already spoken to her about re-opening the investigation into the allegations made into the Report.  I’m sure Ms. Ayala will not make the same mistake that her predecessor, Jeff Ashton, did.  Oh wait, he was too busy playing around on AshleyMadison.com to investigate the contents of the Report, right?  I maintain that the felonies that were discovered and reported in the Forensic Examination can be found to be continually occurring to this date.  I can come up with a whole new set of allegations if I changed the dates on the search engines in the county land records from June 1, 2014 to June 1, 2016.  I’d find the same suspect fraudulent recordings that would carry with them all sort of felony charges.  It is about time Wall Street and all of the players below it that are assisting in the facilitation of servicer fraud get their just desserts. I still want my time in front of the 9th Circuit Grand Jury.

I’m sorry folks … but the Osceola County Sheriff’s Department is NOT going to get away with their feeble investigative denials.  As the incoming politician, Mr. Gibson should take note.  Any subsequent investigation will probably be taken out of his hands anyway, because the rank and file subordination catering to his office: (a.) think that securitization is like an annuity; and (b.) don’t believe in investigating crimes that could point a finger back at them.  Admitting responsibility for error is simply something that one in power does NOT do.  This is what has divided America and this is what the voters in the majority have soundly made heard by putting a CEO in the White House instead of a Wall Street lapdog. Congress needs to wake up and realize this.  Ms. Ayala’s office is going to have to take the “bull by the horns” and wrestle it to the ground on its own.

On paper, the winner may have been Donald J. Trump.  But the next four years, with the rank and file still in positions of power in Congress, will still be “hell”, only now it will be “hell on steroids” with Republicans holding a majority in both the House and Senate.

The only saving grace is those who are exiting the current administration that were self-serving (or serving a socialist political agenda) … here’s a message from The Donald: YOU’RE FIRED!

Dave Krieger is the author of the books Clouded Titles, The Credit Restoration Primer and The Quiet Title War Manual, all available at CloudedTitles.com

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THE SAME OLE’ “MUD” STARTS SURFACING AGAIN IN OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA!

BREAKING NEWS/OP-ED —

Incumbent Democrat Clerk of the Circuit Courts Armando Ramirez handily won the Democratic Primary, despite what the author of this post deems to be a deliberate “watering down” of the vote by inserting two challengers against Ramirez, who just released another ad campaign poster (shown below):

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Notice in the above ad the mention of “Fighting Foreclosure Fraud”. There is a reference to the Clerk’s conducting a Forensic Examination of his real property and court records, something that no other Clerk in Florida has attempted, for fear of pissing off the status quo who wants everything to stay just the way things are, corrupt and dishonest.  Well, that’s Florida government and Florida justice for you!

In November, voters will go to the polls and decide between Ramirez and his predecessor (who Ramirez won against in a landslide in the last election), Malcolm Thompson, one of the ole’ “status quo” boys on the Republican ticket.  For the record, Thompson, like all other Clerks in Florida except Ramirez, did nothing about examining his land records and just allowed servicer fraud to run rampant.  It appears that Thompson’s people are dredging up old news again, bringing up the Sheriff’s examination report and the Orlando Sentinel‘s smut piece against Clerk Ramirez, this time, through the Teachers Union.  The Sheriff’s Department’s report was minuscule compared to the voluminous report, accompanied by stacks of exhibits and 17 cases of certified evidence.  What a waste of tax dollars giving an investigation to a law enforcement agency ill equipped to investigate the real issues.

I wish we’d bring back public hanging in the square.

The reason that Hon. Armando Ramirez acted upon his beliefs that the land records he was entrusted with were being corrupted is because some in the voting constituency that Ramirez was elected to serve complained to him about suspected fraudulent documents in the real property records of Osceola County, Florida that were being relied upon by banks in seeking foreclosure judgments against thousands of property owners in Osceola County.  It appears that the judges on the bench at that time did relatively little to educate themselves to recognize those suspect documents and hold the banks accountable.  I figure it is now time for the voters to speak and let the rank and file in Osceola County know they’re pissed off and they’re not going to put up with this nonsense.

This is why Florida’s 9th Circuit voting populus elected Aramis Ayala in the Democratic Primary for that Circuit’s States Attorney position.  Ramirez has thrown his support behind Ayala.  It saddens me to think that current States Attorney Jeff Ashton could have fully investigated a report, namely the OSCEOLA COUNTY FORENSIC EXAMINATION and done something about it, like he did prosecuting Casey Anthony.  Sadly, anyone using company time to play around on Ashley Madison dot com when they could go home and have fun with their spouse speaks volume as to the integrity of an elected official that is supposed to be investigating and rooting out fraud.  Had Ashton had the fortitude to conduct further investigations into the allegations contained in the Report, the outcome of this election might have been different.  This is why I believe he passed the buck onto the Osceola County Sheriff’s Department, whose “commander-in-chief”, Robert Hansel, isn’t running for reelection again. There are a whole host of reasons why his department needs to be investigated.  I can think of two of them:

  1. Accessing National Crime Information Center (NCIC) records without cause and leaking the contents of them to the media. The Associated Press has reported that law enforcement personnel are being prosecuted and imprisoned for abusing the databases to gain access to serve their own personal agendas; and
  2. Charging an individual with “resisting arrest without violence” without claiming WHAT charge they were arrested for in the first place!   I point to the incident where Forensic Examiner Hector Acosta’s stepson was tasered by sheriff’s deputies on his own front lawn around 3:45 a.m. as he was trying to enter his own home to go to bed.  I believe this was in retaliation for Acosta’s participation in the Forensic Examination.  It is obvious to me that the Sheriff’s Department was misusing public funds to stalk Acosta and his family to “send a message” to Acosta about WHO is in control here.  Civil rights charges are pending at this time.

If the foregoing are only related to the release of the Forensic Examination in Osceola County, can you imagine what other atrocities were committed by the Sheriff’s Department, like wrongfully evicting thousands of Osceola County homeowners at $90 a pop, based on fraudulent documents that were the subject of the Report?   It’s no wonder the Sheriff’s Department detectives got so pissed off at Al West in our February 9, 2015 meeting with them when Mr. West, an attorney who was one of the examiners in the Forensic Examination, asked them whether they thought the county faced “exposure” … in other words … civil liability for wrongfully evicting homeowners based on fraudulent documents used in reliance by the banks to obtain illicit Final Judgments of Foreclosure against them by the Courts.  What happened here speaks directly to the judges who could have prevented this crap from happening in the first place, yet failed to do so because the Florida Supreme Court mandated that they clear their foreclosure dockets.

Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi did nothing to investigate any of the Report’s contents either, and I can tell you she knows this Report is out there.   What does that say about her credibility?   Anything to preserve the status quo.

In this simple equation, calculate in your mind what you are voting for in November.  

  1. Both sides of the aisle have put us in the predicament we’re in now!
  2. Serving Democrats generally vote to raise taxes and regulate business!
  3. Serving Republicans generally vote to lower taxes and deregulate business!
  4. We no longer have a “republic” as Ben Franklin stated, “if you can keep it”!
  5. Neither presidential candidate can actually deliver what they promised during any of the debates without the help of Congress.  Gee, have we forgotten what the Executive Branch of government is supposed to do?  ENFORCE THE LAWS!  Like Eric Holder was supposed to do in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, yet did nothing to prosecute the banks!  And you want four more years of nothing being done to right the wrongs?   Is SIGTARP the only entity waging war in this fight?  Think about that when you pull the lever in your choice of candidates!

When it comes to economic changes in Florida, take heart the following:

  1. Florida’s citrus crop is going to shit … and voters will be asked to enact medical marijuana, which they should (Amendment 2).  We need to replace the failing citrus crops with hemp production (the male plant), for the purposes of growing hemp for CBD oil (for medicinal use) and the rest of the plant for “Hempcrete” (see the following link): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZbYsMsMW4Q
  2. I could care less about smoking pot.  I don’t have the same agenda as potheads.  My agenda is the same as John Morgan (of Morgan & Morgan, the law firm pushing Amendment 2). The era of the “war on drugs” cost U.S. taxpayers tens of billions of dollars … and for what … to be told by the rank and file that “reefer madness” (an old crap adage of the 1960’s) will take shape in the Sunshine State?  I think people have gotten past that argument.
  3. Voters all across the U.S. are “waking up”, especially in light of the pomposity of the media in “structuring” the questions posited within the presidential debates.  There was nothing really presidential about them, was there?  If Florida doesn’t reinvent itself, it will suffer economically, no question about it.
  4. These hemp operations would be regulated as well, and I really don’t believe that an educated public is going to fall for the garbage being promulgated by the paranoid that “pot” is all the same.  The female plant is used to get stoned.  The male plant is used to make hempcrete, rope, clothing and other needful items, just like it used to be before the U.S. government stepped in and made everything a crime because Congress thinks that if the entire country gets stoned, we’ll all succumb to Communism.  What a joke!  Seriously?  Like that’s going to happen?

Our Congress is a joke!   But you keep electing them.  That’s something else that needs to change, all the way down to the state and county level.  You keep putting the rank and file into office?   Remember the definition of insanity … doing the same thing you did ten years ago, voting the same rank and file into office, expecting different results.  The status quo continues to wallow in their power when voters don’t let their voices be heard.  Now, you get to be the judge in November!  Vote your conscience, not your party line!

 

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BOWEL TOLERANCE … AND OTHER CAUSTIC BILE AND RUMINATIONS!

BREAKING NEWS!

(Kissimmee, Florida) — Incumbent Osceola County Circuit Clerk Armando Ramirez staved off two challengers in the Democratic primary to continue his campaign in November, where it appears he’ll be running against an old Circuit Clerk, GOP contender Melvin Thompson, who Ramirez defeated in a landslide election the last go-round.  As you may remember, Clerk Ramirez retained DK Consultants LLC to conduct a forensic examination of the real property and court records in Osceola County, Florida, which was shunned by Florida’s 9th Circuit States Attorney Jeff Ashton (who also just lost in the Democratic primary to challenger Aramis Ayala, who Ramirez has formally endorsed), the Osceola County Sheriff’s Department, a handful of apparently biased media and Tampa Foreclosure Defense Attorney Matthew Weidner, who appeared on WFTV in Orlando during a news segment, not having read the entire report, indicated the Forensic Examination was “not worth the paper it’s printed on.”  Weidner conveniently ignored the attorney opinion letter in the last four pages of the 758-page, two-volume report, wherein foreclosure defense attorney Jennifer Englert (The Orlando Law Group) posited several more issues above and beyond what the report factored into the results.  Hon. Ramirez of course will keep trying to get action on the Forensic Examination, despite being chided by his opponents and the media.  With Ashton out of the running, if Ayala gets the nod in November, a new door could be opened for a revisit and investigation of the Forensic Examination.  Few grand juries across America have been empaneled to do the right thing, which is stop servicer fraud.  Unfortunately, Dem. Alan Grayson lost in his Senate bid and is now out of the picture.

This forensic examination has caused a shit-storm in political sectors up and down the Eastern Seaboard.  You may wish to find out why by downloading a copy of the Report here: OSCEOLA COUNTY FORENSIC EXAMINATION

BREAKING NEWS! 

There is roughly 45 days left to reserve your seat at the last DK Consultants LLC-sponsored Quiet Title Workshop (Honolulu, Hawaii).  You can download the flyer to this event here: QUIET TITLE WORKSHOP FLYER_HONOLULU and the Registration Form (which must be filled out and faxed to the number on the form) here: QT WORKSHOP_HONOLULU_REGISTRATION FORM.

This will be the last class that Dave Krieger and Al West are going to teach in 2016 (for the general public).  Any other workshops that the two will be participating in will be sponsored by other investor and corporate groups and CLEs (we are ramping up and taking the fight to the people who have money to spend in legal fees); thus, this will be the only opportunity you will have to get the tools you need to fight the banks in quiet title actions!  This workshop features two hours of live broadcast on The Foreclosure Hour, with Hawaii attorney Gary Victor Dubin, which will take place on his Sunday, October 16, 2016 broadcast and will consist mostly of information sharing, recap of the two-day event, accompanied by questions from the registrants and attorneys attending the event.  Again, this is your only opportunity to attend our sponsored quiet title workshop.  We are not planning to hold any more self-sponsored events.  

OP-ED!

As to the term “bowel tolerance” … my question is …

How much more crap is America going to take from the banks before it says “enough”!!????

I pondered the answer to this question, because the answers are many and everybody has one.

Do we need to resurrect public lynchings?  I heard that coming out of some quarters.  Others are predicting an internal conflict, marginally bordering a civil war or all-out revolution.  This is obviously what the DC oligarchs don’t want.  Once the shadow government kicks in, all hell will break lose in this country.   Then, America will find out exactly what the United States Government has been doing with all of the tax dollars it has fleeced off of the working poor.

The U.S. government is afraid of mainstream America, so it uses the media to lull it to sleep so it won’t see the “gut punch” coming.  The government knows Americans are well armed and, if taken to task, could open up a can of “whoop-ass” on DC.  All of those who obediently serve, blindly too I might add, are those rank-and-file registered voters who all participate in the Age of Entitlement.  What they simply don’t get is that someone has to pay for those entitlements and there’s only so much America will take before things get dicey.

It is alarming to understand how many prisons and detention camps this country has and what they were purposed for.  This is not a conspiracy theory.  A recent article actually shows an increase in the number of prosecutions resulting in prison terms in America’s smaller counties.  I am not making this stuff up.  Read it here: This small Indiana county sends more people to prison than San Francisco and Durham, N.C., combined.   I beckon you to research Operation Garden Plot and see what you come up with in your search engine! Whether this is an intentional counterintelligence piece designed to bring “people out of the woodwork” so they can be readily identified and “dealt with” (like Waco, Gordon Kahl, Randy Weaver … and the list goes on and on), or the plain truth about government abuse and mindset in DC about how “they’re better than us”.  Are we really goyim to them?

So, even if you’re NOT a troublemaker per se, what do you think will happen if the real “agenda” of the U.S. government is put into play? This could also indicate why moving to small town America, thinking you’re going to be “safe”, may end up being just the opposite of what you expected.  Small towns in America are like churches.  Everybody knows everybody.  If you want to find out about someone, just go to their church and nonchalantly start asking questions.  You wouldn’t believe how un-sacred information gathering is because America has evolved into one big reality TV show and everyone likes gossip.  Frankly, I don’t give a shit what the Kardashians are doing at any given moment because they’re not paying my mortgage … nor are they paying yours!

I know that foreclosures are on the rise because I monitor short sale activity across the country.  The banks use short sales as a delay tactic so servicers can scheme more fees out of homeowners and calculate HOW they’re going to foreclose on their properties. The problem is, most of the properties being foreclosed on have clouded titles!  Despite what national economists are regurgitating, the foreclosures are cyclical and follow a major rash of short sales.  Only 10% of short sales (estimated amount) actually end up taking care of the entire debt.  This is the continuation of the plunging of America into financial depression, through financial suppression.

Investors and first-time homebuyers looking “for a great deal” would do well to avoid REO’s.  Frankly, the banks need to pay for what they’ve done to America and I don’t trust any of them, do you?   By buying these title issue-infested properties, you are not only asking for unintended future consequences, you are putting money directly into the pockets of the servicers and their foreclosure mill law firms, who most of the time are NOT entitled to foreclose on the subject property in the first place!

I can tell you four things I’m doing right now to counterbalance my contribution to the overall problem:

  1. I have pulled out all of my investments in major banks, stocks that invest in RMBS or CMBS items and cashed in or withdrew and redeposited bonds, funds and CD’s that have come due into credit unions.  I do not have any checking accounts with any major banks!  I’d rather put my money into a small, community bank or credit union any day of the week, at least for the short term.
  2. Plan to go off-grid.  Florida voters have just passed the solar initiative (for those of you who want to know) and it may serve you well to look at the new Tesla Model 3 (electric car priced at $35,000), which can be solar charged on a trickle, right from your very own home-owned and charged battery packs.  Beats depending on foreign oil and rising gas prices, eh comrade?
  3. Reducing debt.  That would consist of re-evaluating all credit cards with high interest rates or that are charging interest at all (including cards that offer no interest incentives for a period certain that are about to expire), looking at their credit limits and either paying them off in full and closing them, or in the alternative, replacing them with no-interest incentive credit cards for the next 6-12 months.  Do away with all major bank credit cards.  If you think it’s great racking up air miles, think of the interest you’re paying to hold those airline credit cards and see exactly just how much money you save on airline tickets versus the interest you pay.  Bet you’ll be genuinely surprised after you do the math!   Those who are so deep in debt will probably add to the rising bankruptcy filings across America anyway, so in the alternative, it’s a strategy, right?
  4. Reducing inventory. Liquidating the stuff you absolutely are NOT going to need in the future.  Hoarders are going to hate me for this, but having too much stuff is of major “psychological concern”, because in time of disaster, you can’t take it with you anyway, so you might as well liquidate it for a price, even if it’s at a loss, and use the inventory reduction to pay off debt.

You may also wish to start exploring and traveling around America and other parts of the world with your liquidated gains, post-debt. You may find other locales are more suitable and to your liking and even more economically “feasible” to live within your means in. This also means you may wish to acquire acreage, plant a garden, have a greenhouse (for legitimate purposes), learn to can food.

Sorry, but every time a hurricane or major disaster strikes, you bet I have this thought process running through my head.  It’s called,
“Be Prepared!”  It appears America may be headed for a more serious economic downturn which requires a bit more strategic planning.

Scout’s honor!

(Feedback and discussion on this blog site is always encouraged, just don’t share your personal foreclosure cases on here!)

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HON. ARMANDO RAMIREZ IS RUNNING FOR RE-ELECTION AS OSCEOLA COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK OF COURTS

BREAKING NEWS, OP-ED … (July 18, 2016) … 

This post is divided into two segments that interrelate to each other.

SEGMENT ONE:

I only generally post stuff that is significant and related to chain of title issues.

Here, there is more than meets the eye, which is why I’ve made it more than just a political candidate pitch.

It’s no secret that the Osceola County Circuit Clerk, the Hon. Armando Ramirez, is running for re-election as Clerk of the Circuit Court as Osceola County, Florida.  There are at least 3 other candidates running against him this time, but I find a significant reason to ignore the challengers in favor of the incumbent: OSCEOLA COUNTY FORENSIC EXAMINATION … and for that reason especially, I endorse Armando Ramirez for this post! 

No other candidate in the race would have the cajones to do what Mr. Ramirez has done in exposing the misdeeds of the banks, their servicers and third-party document manufacturing plants and the law firm scumbag attorneys who participate in the schemes to defraud property owners and rely on documents that are recorded in the real property records of county clerks, recorders and registers’ of deeds offices all over the country.

Clerk Ramirez continues to post the Forensic Examination on his website in spite of the attacks that have come against him in the press for undertaking such a feat.  The thing is, this Report is now being used by foreclosure defense attorneys at trial to bolster their cases in defense of property owners, especially in Florida.  This Report is being downloaded by viewers in the United States and Canada on the academia.edu website, where the Report has recently ranked in the Top 2% of research downloads.

It is fundamentally important to realize that even though WFTV’s George Estevez brought Florida foreclosure defense attorney Matt Weidner on his newcast to downgrade the Report as “not worth the paper it’s printed on”, and the Orlando Sentinel smeared the Clerk’s good name on the front page of its internet edition when the Report was released, it’s rather odd that the Sheriff of Osceola County is NOT running for re-election again, and it appears that Florida’s 9th Circuit State’s Attorney Jeff Ashton has a serious contender (Aramis Ayala) running for States Attorney in 2016.  Sadly, as you remember, Weidner was thumbing through individual pages on camera, but seemed to miss the “Attorney Opinion Letter” favoring the outcome and contents of the report in the back of the Report.  I’m glad Weidner is not running for office because you know what I’d have to say about that, right? At least Mr. Ramirez is inclined (and not afraid) to expose the truth, even if the truth hurts.

Ashton, as you remember, made two improper judgment calls (in my book):

(1) he refused to investigate the allegations in the Report; and

(2) he was caught playing on his personal computer with his personal credit card on the Ashley Madison dot com website (a known website for married men who want to cheat on their spouses), which I find worse than despicable of a public servant.

I’m wondering (aloud) if Ayala is going to use that as ammo against Ashton.  Considering the fact of what I’m going to share with you in the second segment, it became perfectly obvious to me WHY Ashton didn’t want to prosecute the allegations contained in the Report.

I don’t care whether he became “the face of justice” prosecuting the Casey Anthony case in Florida, Ashton became “the disgrace of justice” in refusing to amass state and local authorities together to conduct a wide scale investigation of the frauds perpetrated in the land records throughout his entire judicial district!

At least Armando Ramirez has the fortitude to “stand up for the little guy”, while his Democratic opponents and judicial counterparts do not, just because it’s “too political”.  When it comes to making material misrepresentations in the real property records, by recording them electronically (by wire), which many of them are (and were stated as such in the Report), I want to share a case with you that discusses in principle, the “fullness” of the wire fraud statute, which Ashton could have contacted the Tampa FBI and enlisted their help in prosecuting the allegations contained in the Report.  In my book, failure to act constitutes nonfeasance of office, especially when you know something is a political powder keg.

SEGMENT TWO: 

Here’s the case I wanted to share with you: US v Takhalov et al, 11th App Cir No 13-12385 (July 11, 2016)

I find this case unique because the author of this opinion bothered to discuss the differences between deceiving and defrauding, as well as his implicit interpretation of the wire fraud statute.  I think that discussing the aspects of wire fraud and its implicit definition is important here, because it involves “intent” and “material misrepresentation”.

The next question I posit here is: What was the intent of the third-party document mills in manufacturing “Assignments of Mortgage” (or Deeds of Trust) by people with absolutely no knowledge of the actual event?  Further, why aren’t the servicers also prosecuted for their involvement in directing the foreclosure mill law firm to commit wire fraud by causing these documents to be electronically wired into the land records?   After all, this is the NEW thing the FBI is now investigating, servicer fraud.

After you read this court case, you will clearly understand why statutes need to be not only correctly interpreted, but you’ll see Ashton’s nonfeasance of office for failing to investigate and prosecute those responsible for stealing Florida properties in his own judicial district by the use of electronically-filed, real property records.  Clearly, this scam has reached into every nook and cranny of every recorder’s office in America!

I have publicly endorsed Aramis Ayala for 9th Circuit States Attorney and have directly communicated with her campaign … I hope she whoops Ashton’s butt in the Florida primaries next month.

If you live in Orange or Osceola Counties in Florida, or know someone who does, you may wish to direct them to this post!  Even more, get them to read the Report!

 

 

 

 

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