the unsecured schedules of the debtor and parties provided no objection prior todischarge.
In offering guidance in this matter, Respondent has included copies of Inre: Jacobson #08-45120, the decision being entered on March 10, 2009, in the WesternDistrict of Washington Bankruptcy Court. The decision by Phillip H. Brandt providessome clarity with regard to the issue at bar. Respondent also provides for review, In re:Mitchell # 07-16226, entered March 31, 2009.The underlying note has been rendered unsecured, by a number of reasons, includingbut not limited to the Amended Deed of Trust executed by the debtor, and recorded on6/25/2009, as Pierce County document# 200906250562, without any objection frommovant. Further, Respondent has filed as Pierce County document# 201002080742,an acceptance of assignment of UNITED STATES OF AMERICA LAND PATENT#7762, with the allodial protections in effect against the subject property since December 5, 1884, signed and sealed under signature of the President of the United States of America, Chester A. Arthur.The ultimate defense of the underlying subject UNSECURED DEBT here is that of payment of the originating investor real party in interest, by a third party, and dischargeof the obligation. The originating investor has been fully or partially paid what was owedit for the funds loaned, not by a party purchasing the ownership of Debtor's obligation,which has the effect of fully or partially discharging Debtor's obligation.Examples of these 3rd party sources are credit default swaps and other forms of insurance, cross-collateralization, over-collateralization, reserves,and bailouts from the Federal Reserve and U.S. Dept. of Treasury.