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Wednesday - November 28, 2012 - ForeclosureGate Gazette

Wednesday - November 28, 2012 - ForeclosureGate Gazette

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Wednesday - November 28, 2012 - ForeclosureGate Gazette
Wednesday - November 28, 2012 - ForeclosureGate Gazette

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What Can DocX’s Brown Do for LPS, Besides Forge a Million Documents So, okay fine. Now here’s the sentence that caused me to pause… Excuse me? More than a MILLION DOCUMENTS were FORGED or falsified over a SIX YEAR period of time, and a woman named Lorraine from Alpharetta, Georgia “concealed the practice” from LPS? For SIX YEARS, she CONCEALED the fact that over a MILLION documents had been FORGED or FALSIFIED? Do I have that right? Is that what I’m to believe? She hid it from LPS. For SIX years….

Columbine Survivor Turns to Occupy LA for Foreclosure Help Richard Castaldo has a bullet permanently lodged in his spine from when, at 17 years old, he was shot eight times by two peers at Columbine High School. Castaldo and his friend, Rachel Scott, were sitting outside during their lunch break on April 20, 1999, when fellow students Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold began shooting. Richard and Rachel were the first students hit....

The Ugly Truth About The So-Called Housing Recovery Private investment has fled the secondary market and mortgage backed securities, leaving the government and the Federal Reserve to fill in the massive sink hole left behind. If I were an editorial cartoonist, I’d be drawing a picture of Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke, clinging with his left hand, to a house about to slide into a sink hole, while frantically throwing boulder-sized chunks of dollars into the enormous hole….

No one will force the debt collectors to disclose on whose behalf they are actually working The debt collectors that are going into courtrooms and throwing Amerikans out into the street in most cases do not own the notes they are foreclosing on. But that does not stop them from going into courtrooms all across this country and committing perjury, fraud and engaging in improper legal tactics in pursuit of their activities to throw Amerikans into the street.….

Real Estate Investor Agrees to Plead Guilty to Foreclosure Auction Bid-Rigging A Northern California real estate investor has agreed to plead guilty for his role in conspiracies to rig bids and commit mail fraud at public real estate foreclosure auctions in Northern California, the Department of Justice announced. A fourcount felony charge was filed today in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, in San Francisco, against Norman Montalvo, of Concord, Calif. Montalvo is the 26th individual….

Spain Foreclosures Spread to Once Wealthy: Mortgages Home foreclosures in Spain, which disproportionately affected lower-income immigrants after the real estate bubble burst, are spreading to formerly well-to-do families and businessmen as they run out of ways to pay mortgages in a deepening recession. Spanish business people, upper middle class families and their loan guarantors, typically parents of first-time buyers, now account for 60...

Purpose of the Fed's QE3 is to control every mortgaged property in U.S. Lindsey Williams: The most dastardly act that has ever been perpetrated on the American people in the history of this country probably took place on Sept. 13, 2012. You saw it in the national news, and everyone heard what Mr. Bernanke said, but very few realize the significance of what he was talking about when he said that the Federal Reserve, as of that day, would begin purchasing $40 billion in mortgage backed securities….

Justice in America: Systematic Document Forgery and Fabrication Yield One Criminal Plea Bargain And the bizarre progress of this case was that the Missouri attorney general had sued both Brown and LPS, and you’d expect them to cut a deal with Brown to go after the bigger target, LPS. But it’s likely Brown was not very sophisticated; she apparently went to an interview with the FBI without the advice of counsel. Rule number one is don’t lie to the FBI, and the document release Tuesday show that Brown did. And her attorneys let LPS get in front of her. The firm paid $2 million in fines to Missouri and “cooperated” in going after small fry Brown (rather than the bigger fry of LPS’ clients). Nicely played….

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