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March 24, 2014

The Honorable Marco Rubio


8669 NW 36th Street, Suite 110
Doral, FL 33166

Re: Complaint 140304-000750 (Gillespie)

Dear Senator Rubio:


Thank you for contacting the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and providing an
opportunity for us to assist your constituent, Neil Gillespie, with a complaint filed. Our Office of
Consumer Response has reviewed the complaint.
Currently, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is handling complaints related
to this matter. Therefore, we have forwarded Neil Gillespies complaint information to the HUD to
provide assistance.
For more information or to follow up on Neil Gillespies complaint, you may contact the HUD at:
Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
451 7th Street, SW
Room 5204
Washington, DC 20410
www.portal.hud.gov
(800) 669-9777
With this correspondence, we are closing the file on this matter within Consumer Response. Please
feel free to contact the CFPBs Intergovernment Team should you need help with another consumer
finance matter in the future.
Thank you,
Intergovernment Team
Office of Consumer Response
(202) 435-9400

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Neil Gillespie
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"Consumer Financial Protection Bureau" <donotreply@consumerfinance.gov>


<neilgillespie@mfi.net>
Monday, March 10, 2014 2:50 PM
Your submission, [Case number: 140304-000750]

Subject
Congressional Inquiry for Mr. Neil J. Gillespie
Discussion Thread
Response Via Email (CFPB)
Thank you for contacting the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

03/10/2014 02:50 PM

After reviewing your complaint, it appears the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau cannot pursue
the issue you described.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) may be able to address this issue. For
more information or to file a complaint, contact them at:
Department of Housing and Urban Development
451 7th Street SW
Washington, DC 20410
Phone: 800-669-9777
Website: hud.gov
Thank you
Consumer Response Team
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau consumerfinance.gov
(855) 411-CFPB (2372)

3/10/2014

https://help.consumerfinance.gov/app/account/complaints/review_print/i_id/752191

REFERRING OFFICES
Senator Marco Rubio

COMPLAINT HISTORY

Thank you for contacting the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.


After reviewing your complaint, it appears the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau cannot
pursue the issue you described.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) may be able to address this issue. For
more information or to file a complaint, contact them at:
Department of Housing and Urban Development
451 7th Street SW
Washington, DC 20410
Phone: 800-669-9777
Website: hud.gov
Thank you
Consumer Response Team
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau consumerfinance.gov
(855) 411-CFPB (2372)

Issue 1, from Petition No. 13-7280 writ of certiorari, US Supreme Court. My home is in wrongful
foreclosure on a federal HECM reverse mortgage. Nor mortgage payments are required on a HECM
reverse mortgage. Instead, the loan becomes payable when the last borrower dies or moved from
the home. I am a borrower and still living in the home.
Outcome sought: Stop the foreclosure, and void the mortgage for the borrowers incapacity
(Penelope Gillespie), as held in Matter of Doar (Brunson) 2009 NY Slip Op 29549 [28 MISC 3d 759],
or any other grounds set forth in the Petitioners Motion to Reconsider, Vacate or Modify Order
denied July 25, 2013 by the Eleventh Circuit. See my first Question Presented in Petition No.
13-7280.
Issue 2, Petition No. 13-7280 writ of certiorari, US Supreme Court (and Petition No. 12-7747),
Disbar the Florida Bar. Florida is the most corrupt state in America, according to the First Interim
Report of the Nineteenth Statewide Grand jury and DOJ numbers. The Florida Bar is
catastrophically broken as shown by survey responses to the Hawkins Commission Report 2012.

We received your submission from the Congress and will review it as soon as possible to determine
if it involves a Federal consumer financial law within our authority.
Depending on what we find, we will:

Send your complaint to the company for a response; or

Send your complaint to the appropriate regulator or help you get in touch with your state and local consumer protection

office if your complaint is not within our authority; or

Let you know if we need more information to continue our work.

While we cant give legal advice or represent individuals in legal matters, if you want more help you can contact a private
attorney or your local legal aid office for free or low-cost legal resources at www.lsc.gov.
You can register to track the status of your submission at: https://help.consumerfinance.gov/app/account

/complaints/list.
In the meantime, if youre having trouble paying your mortgage and need immediate assistance, call us at (855) 411-CFPB
(2372). We can connect you to a free, HUD-approved housing counselor who can help you explore options available to avoid
foreclosure, including modifications, short sales, repayment plans and government programs. Special assistance may be
available to military members or veterans. You can also explore your options at: http://www.makinghomeaffordable.gov
/programs/Pages/default.aspx. Please note that submitting a complaint with us will not automatically stop or delay a

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foreclosure.

Thank you,
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
consumerfinance.gov
(855) 411-CFPB (2372)

GINA ALONSO
Constituent Services Representative

OFFICE

OF

UNITED STATES SENATOR MARCO RUBIO

8669 NW 36th Street


Suite 110
Miami, Florida 33166
(305) 418-8583
(305) 594-4014 -Fax

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Neil Gillespie
From:
To:
Sent:
Subject:

"Consumer Financial Protection Bureau" <donotreply@consumerfinance.gov>


<neilgillespie@mfi.net>
Tuesday, March 04, 2014 7:47 PM
Your submission, [Case number: 140304-000750]

We received your submission from the Congress and will review it as soon as possible to determine if
it involves a Federal consumer financial law within our authority.
Depending on what we find, we will:
Send your complaint to the company for a response; or
Send your complaint to the appropriate regulator or help you get in touch with your state and local consumer protection office if your
complaint is not within our authority; or
Let you know if we need more information to continue our work.
While we cant give legal advice or represent individuals in legal matters, if you want more help you can contact a private attorney or
your local legal aid office for free or low-cost legal resources at www.lsc.gov.
You can register to track the status of your submission at:

https://help.consumerfinance.gov/app/account/complaints/list.
In the meantime, if youre having trouble paying your mortgage and need immediate assistance, call us at (855) 411-CFPB (2372). We
can connect you to a free, HUD-approved housing counselor who can help you explore options available to avoid foreclosure, including
modifications, short sales, repayment plans and government programs. Special assistance may be available to military members or
veterans. You can also explore your options at: http://www.makinghomeaffordable.gov/programs/Pages/default.aspx. Please note that
submitting a complaint with us will not automatically stop or delay a foreclosure.

Thank you,
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
consumerfinance.gov
(855) 411-CFPB (2372)

3/10/2014

https://help.consumerfinance.gov/app/account/complaints/review_print/i_id/752191

Case number: 140304-000750

WHAT HAPPENED
Describe what happened so we can understand the issue...
Issue 1, from Petition No. 13-7280 writ of certiorari, US Supreme Court. My home is in wrongful
foreclosure on a federal HECM reverse mortgage. Nor mortgage payments are required on a HECM
reverse mortgage. Instead, the loan becomes payable when the last borrower dies or moved from
the home. I am a borrower and still living in the home.
Outcome sought: Stop the foreclosure, and void the mortgage for the borrowers incapacity
(Penelope Gillespie), as held in Matter of Doar (Brunson) 2009 NY Slip Op 29549 [28 MISC 3d 759],
or any other grounds set forth in the Petitioners Motion to Reconsider, Vacate or Modify Order
denied July 25, 2013 by the Eleventh Circuit. See my first Question Presented in Petition No.
13-7280.
Issue 2, Petition No. 13-7280 writ of certiorari, US Supreme Court (and Petition No. 12-7747),
Disbar the Florida Bar. Florida is the most corrupt state in America, according to the First Interim
Report of the Nineteenth Statewide Grand jury and DOJ numbers. The Florida Bar is
catastrophically broken as shown by survey responses to the Hawkins Commission Report 2012.
Which part of the mortgage process is your issue related to?

DESIRED RESOLUTION
What do you think would be a fair resolution to your issue?
Outcome sought: end The Florida Bar, end the unified bar system in Florida, and adopt the full
recommendations of the 1992 McKay Report of the America Bar Association, and end crony local
discipline components like local grievance committees, which are political decisions.

MY INFORMATION
Contact information
Mailing address
Mr Neil Gillespie
8092 S.W. 115th Loop
Ocala FL 34481
United States
Email neilgillespie@mfi.net
I am submitting on behalf of

Myself

PRODUCT INFORMATION
Property address
8092 S.W. 115th Loop
Ocala FL 34481
United States
Account/Loan number ***********
Information about the company
HECM
United States
Supporting documents

Neil J Gillespie PAC MIA.pdf

(362.12 KB)

RL.RFCO140304-000750.pdf

(14.83 KB)

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Neil Gillespie
From:
To:
Sent:
Subject:

"Rubio, Casework (Rubio)" <Casework_Rubio@rubio.senate.gov>


"Neil Gillespie" <neilgillespie@mfi.net>
Monday, February 24, 2014 8:45 AM
RE: Neil J Gillespie PAC MIA form attached

Dear Mr. Gillespie,


The Office of United States Senator Marco Rubio has received the Privacy Act Consent
Form you sent to our office by e-mail on February.
We thank you for allowing us to assist you.
David

OFFICE OF UNITED STATES SENATOR MARCO RUBIO


201 South Orange Avenue, Suite 350
Orlando, Florida 32801

From: Neil Gillespie [mailto:neilgillespie@mfi.net]


Sent: Sunday, February 23, 2014 4:22 PM
To: Rubio, Casework (Rubio)
Subject: Neil J Gillespie PAC MIA form attached

This email is free from viruses and malware because avast! Antivirus

protection is active.

3/10/2014

Office of U.S. Senator Marco Rubio


Privacy Act Consent Form
In accordance with the provisions of The Privacy Act of 1974 (Public Law 93-579), your written consent is required so that we may contact a federal agency on
your behalf. Since e-mails do not contain a valid signature, they do not fulfill the requirements of the law. If you are inquiring on behalf of another person that
is 18 or older, it is necessary that he or she sign this document. All information must be written in English.

Title: (select one) Mr. Ms. Mrs.

Mr. & Mrs.

Rev. Doctor Other:________________________________________

Neil J. Gillespie

Name: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
(First Name)

(Middle Name)

8092 SW 115th Loop

(Last Name)

FL

Ocala

Address: ____________________________________________________________ City______________________________ State:_________


34481

352-854-7807

Zip code:_________________ Phone: ____________________________ Fax:____________________ Cell: ___________________________


neilgillespie@mfi.net

E-mail Address: ___________________________________________________________ Date of Birth: ________________________________


Sen Bill Nelson

If you have contacted another congressional office to assist you, please list the office: _________________________________________________
HECM reverse Mortgage, HUD; DOJ Public Integrity Section referral to the FBI

Federal Agency Issue: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________


(Please complete the sections that apply to your case on page 2)

BRIEFLY STATE YOUR PROBLEM AND WHAT OUTCOME YOU WOULD LIKE FROM THIS INQUIRY.
Issue 1, from Petition No. 13-7280 writ of certiorari, US Supreme Court. My home is in wrongful foreclosure on a federal HECM reverse
mortgage. No mortgage payments are required on a HECM reverse mortgage. Instead, the loan becomes payable when the last borrower dies
or moves from the home. I am a borrower and still living in the home.
Outcome sought: Stop the foreclosure, and void the mortgage for the borrowers incapacity (Penelope Gillespie), as held in Matter of Doar
(Brunson) 2009 NY Slip Op 29549 [28 Misc 3d 759], or any other grounds set forth in the Petitioner's Motion to Reconsider, Vacate or Modify
Order denied July 25, 2013 by the Eleventh Circuit. See my first Question Presented in Petition No. 13-7280.
Issue 2, Petition No. 13-7280 writ of certiorari, US Supreme Court (and Petition No. 12-7747), Disbar The Florida Bar. Florida is the most
corrupt state in America, according to the First Interim Report of the Nineteenth Statewide Grand jury and DOJ numbers. The Florida Bar is
catastrophically broken as shown by survey responses to the Hawkins Commission Report 2012.
Outcome sought: end The Florida Bar, end the unified bar system in Florida, and adopt the full recommendations of the 1992 McKay Report of
the American Bar Association, and end crony local discipline components like local grievance committees, which are political decisions.
February 23, 2014

Signature: __________________________________________________________________________
Date: ____________________________
I have discussed my concerns with Senator Marco Rubio and/or his representative(s), and request that any relevant information that is required to assist in responding to my inquiry may be furnished upon request.
Please return the completed form:

By mail:

By fax:
By email:

U.S. Senator Marco Rubio


8669 NW 36th Street, Suite 110
Doral, Florida 33166
(305) 594-4014
casework@rubio.senate.gov

If you have any questions, please call the South Florida Regional Office at (305) 418-8553 or (866) 630-7106, toll-free in Florida.
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Neil J Gillespie

Name:______________________________________________________________________________________
(First Name)
(Middle Name)
(Last Name)
Social Security Number:
_____________

FOR INTERNAL USE ONLY:


WORKFLOW #

COMPLETE THE SECTION THAT APPLIES TO YOUR CASE


CHILD SUPPORT

(Note: By law, if both parents reside in Florida, your inquiry will be referred to your state legislators.)

Child Support Case Number: ______________________________


Name of Custodial Parent: _________________________________ Date of Birth:_________________ SSN: _____________________
Name of Non-custodial Parent: ____________________________ Date of Birth:_________________ SSN:______________________
Name of Child(ren):______________________________________ Date of Birth:_________________ SSN:______________________

IMMIGRATION
Alien Number :__________________________

Date of Birth:____________________

Type of Application Filed:_____________________


(Ex: N-400, I-130, I-765)

Place of Birth:_________________________

Beneficiary Name: _______________________________________________


Receipt Number:_________________________________________________

MEDICARE/SOCIAL SECURITY
Type of Claim Filed:_________________________________
Current Level of Appeals:_________________________

SSN:_______________________ Date Filed:_______________________

Medicare Provider Number: ______________________________________

Medicare Supplier Number: __________________________ Name of Business: _____________________________________________

MILITARY/VETERAN (Note: Complete this section only if you are seeking assistance with a military/VA issue. If you have a Tricare problem, please contact our office to obtain a Tricare Authorization Form. )
Military Rank and Unit: ______________________

Duty Station:_________________ VA Claim Number: ____________________

Home of Record Address: ___________________________________________________________________________________________


Type of Claim: ______________________________ VA Office Where Claim is Located:________________________________________

MORTGAGE
Reverse Mortgage Solutions Inc for Bank of America
Loan Servicer:________________________________________________

OTHER

68011002615899
Loan Number: ____________________________________

Department Of Justice, Public Integrity Section, referral to the FBI

Name of Federal Agency: _____________________________________________________________________________________

VISAS
Name of Applicant: _____________________________________
Date of Birth: _________________________

Passport Number: ________________________________________

Place of Birth: ___________________ Consulate:________________________________


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Neil Gillespie
From:
To:
Cc:
Sent:
Attach:
Subject:

"Neil Gillespie" <neilgillespie@mfi.net>


"Marco Rubio" <Rubio_Senator@rubio.senate.gov>; <Gina_Alonso@rubio.senate.gov>; "Andrea"
<miami3_intern@rubio.senate.gov>; <Casework_Rubio@rubio.senate.gov>
"Neil Gillespie" <neilgillespie@mfi.net>; "Mark Gillespie" <mark.gillespie@att.net>
Friday, March 07, 2014 7:23 AM
2014, 03-05-14, Letter, The Honorable John G. Roberts, Jr..pdf; 2014, 02-04-14, Assistant Clerk
Michael Broadus.pdf; 2014, 02-18-14, Robin Ashton, OPR Counsel; DepSec-General Eliasson.pdf;
2014, 03-05-14, letter to FBI.pdf; 2014, 03-06-14, Neil Gillespie to Senator Rubio.pdf
Thank you for assistance with the wrongful foreclosure of my home

U.S. Senator Marco Rubio


United States Senate, Florida
8669 NW 36th Street, Suite 110
Doral, FL 33166
Re: Petition No. 13-7280, wrongful foreclosure of HECM reverse mortgage
Dear Senator Rubio,
Thank you for assistance with the wrongful foreclosure of my home on a HECM reverse mortgage. My
brother and I appreciate the referral March 4, 2014 by Gina Alonso, Constituent Services
Representative, to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). I also appreciate the assistance of
Andrea, Intern, during my initial contact February 18, 2014, and David who acknowledged receipt of
my Privacy Act Consent Form February 24, 2014.
Yesterday I got a phone call from Bank of America acknowledging your contact on my behalf.
Attached please find my letter March 5, 2014 to Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. The letter and CDROM will be delivered to your office today, VIA UPS No. 1Z64589FP292339779.
I am concerned that documents in Petition No. 13-7280 do not appear on the Courts computer system.
This happened in a previous petition too, Petition No. 12-7747. Last year I contacted Kathleen Arberg,
Public Information Officer for the Supreme Court, but did not get a response.
I informed Chief Justice Roberts about the referral to the CFPB, and a story in the ABA Journal Law
News Now May 7, 2013 where the CFPB brought a lawsuit against two law firms.
February 18, 2014 I wrote Robin Ashton, OPR Counsel, Office of Professional Responsibility, and
Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson, Rule of Law Unit, UN Headquarters, about missing documents
and other due process issues with my petitions. I did not hear back from Ms. Ashton.
The Department of Justice Public Integrity Section referred me to the FBI for investigation of public
corruption in Florida. Enclosed is my letter March 5, 2014 to James Comey, FBI Director, and Michelle
S. Klimt, Special Agent in Charge, Jacksonville, Florida.
Ms. Tania Banuelos Mejia provided me the latest PDF version of the UNCAC Directory. The cover
page and 3 pages for the United States are provided on the enclosed CD, and found online,
http://www.unodc.org/documents/treaties/UNCAC/COSP/session5/V1387598e.pdf
Since filing my petition, I located the USA Self Assessment for the UNCAC, which contends, "further
legislation to implement the Convention was not required, and the Convention is consistent with existing

3/11/2014

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U.S. law." http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/158105.pdf


Thank you again for your assistance, and the support of your staff.
Sincerely,
Neil J. Gillespie
8092 SW 115th Loop
Ocala, Florida 34481
Telephone: 352-854-7807
Email: neilgillespie@mfi.net

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U.S. Senator Marco Rubio


United States Senate, Florida
8669 NW 36th Street, Suite 110
Doral, FL 33166
Re: Petition No. 13-7280, wrongful foreclosure of HECM reverse mortgage
Dear Senator Rubio,
Thank you for assistance with the wrongful foreclosure of my home on a HECM reverse
mortgage. I appreciate the referral March 4, 2014 by Gina Alonso, Constituent Services
Representative, to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). I also appreciate the
assistance of Andrea, Intern, during my initial contact February 18, 2014, and David who
acknowledged receipt of my Privacy Act Consent Form February 24, 2014.
Today I got a phone call from Bank of America acknowledging your contact on my behalf.
Enclosed please find my letter March 5, 2014 to Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. I am
concerned that documents in Petition No. 13-7280 do not appear on the Courts computer
system. This happened in a previous petition too, Petition No. 12-7747. Last year I contacted
Kathleen Arberg, Public Information Officer for the Supreme Court, but did not get a response.
I informed Chief Justice Roberts about the referral to the CFPB, and a story in the ABA Journal
Law News Now May 7, 2013 where the CFPB brought a lawsuit against two law firms.
February 18, 2014 I wrote Robin Ashton, OPR Counsel, Office of Professional Responsibility,
and Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson, Rule of Law Unit, UN Headquarters, about missing
documents and other due process issues with my petitions. I did not hear back from Ms. Ashton.
The Department of Justice Public Integrity Section referred me to the FBI for investigation of
public corruption in Florida. Enclosed is my letter March 5, 2014 to James Comey, FBI Director,
and Michelle S. Klimt, Special Agent in Charge, Jacksonville, Florida.
Ms. Tania Banuelos Mejia1 provided me the latest PDF version of the UNCAC2 Directory. The
cover page and 3 pages for the United States are provided on the enclosed CD, and found online,
http://www.unodc.org/documents/treaties/UNCAC/COSP/session5/V1387598e.pdf
Since filing my petition, I located the USA Self Assessment for the UNCAC, which contends,
"further legislation to implement the Convention was not required, and the Convention is
consistent with existing U.S. law." http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/158105.pdf
1

Associate Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer, Corruption and Economic Crime
Branch, Division for Treaty Affairs, UN Office on Drugs and Crime, Vienna, Austria
2
UNCAC, United Nations Convention Against Corruption

U.S. Senator Marco Rubio


United States Senate, Florida

Thank you again for your assistance, and the assistance of your staff.
Sincerely,

Neil J. Gillespie
8092 SW 115th Loop
Ocala, Florida 34481
Telephone: 352-854-7807
Email: neilgillespie@mfi.net
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RE: Referral - DOJ Public Integrity Section

Dear Director Comey and Special Agent in Charge Klimt:


The Department of Justice Public Integrity Section referred me to the FBI for investigation of
public corruption in Florida. In turn Florida corruption has affected my petitions to the U.S.
Supreme Court as shown in my letter February 18, 2014 to,
Robin C. Ashton, OPR Counsel
Office of Professional Responsibility
U.S. Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 3529
Washington, DC 20530-0001

Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson


Executive Office of the Secretary-General
Rule of Law Unit, United Nations Headquarters
First Avenue at 46th Street
New York, NY 10017 USA

Please find enclosed the following documents,

March 5, 2014 letter to Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr.


February 18, 2014 letter Ms. Ashton, OPR Counsel & Deputy Secretary-General Eliasson
New ethics complaint, Pam Bondi Florida AG
Ethics complaint, Pat Frank Clerk of Court, Hillsborough Co. FL, and Counsel Dale Bohner;
supplemental ethics violations for follow-up complaint.
Email letter February 18, 2014 to Senator Rubio, Senator Nelson, Acting US Attorney Lee
Bentley, AUSA Roger Handberg re Honest Services Fraud of Martha Cook and Mr. Rodems
Email letter February 18, 2014 to John M. Fitzgibbons, Esq., Chairman, Florida Federal JNC

Petition No. 13-7280, and related documents, with CD-ROM


Petition No. 12-7747, and related documents, with CD-ROM.
Sincerely,

Neil J. Gillespie
8092 SW 115th Loop
Ocala, Florida 34481
Telephone: 352-854-7807
Email: neilgillespie@mfi.net
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The Honorable John G. Roberts, Jr.


Chief Justice of the United States
Supreme Court of the United States
One First Street N.E.
Washington, D.C. 20543

March 5, 2014

RE: Petition No. 13-7280, documents do not appear on the Courts computer system.
Referral by Senator Rubios office to the CFPB; intervening circumstances of a
substantial or controlling effect and other substantial grounds not previously presented.
Dear Mr. Chief Justice:
Currently my pro se, nonlawyer IFP petition for rehearing an order denying Petition No. 13-7280
is pending before the Court, and was distributed February 19, 2014 for Conference of March 7,
2014. I am concerned that documents in this matter do not appear on the Courts computer
system. This happened in a previous petition too, Petition No. 12-7747.
A letter I received February 4, 2014 from Assistant Clerk Michael Broadus returned voluminous
exhibits in Petition No. 13-7280 before time expired to file a petition for rehearing. So I called
the Court to find out why, since the Court might want to see the exhibits on rehearing.
The woman who took my call could not find the letter of Mr. Broadus in the Courts computer
system. Similar problems happened in Petition No. 12-7747 too, documents were lost or missing.
Do you know why documents in my petitions do not appear on the Courts computer system?
Last year I contacted Kathleen Arberg, Public Information Officer, but did not get a response.
February 18, 2014 I wrote Robin Ashton, OPR Counsel, Office of Professional Responsibility,
and Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson, Rule of Law Unit, UN Headquarters, copy enclosed.
The Department of Justice Public Integrity Section referred me to the FBI for investigation of
public corruption in Florida. Please find enclosed my letter today to James Comey, FBI Director,
and Michelle S. Klimt, Special Agent in Charge, Jacksonville, Florida.
Unfortunately Mr. William Fitzgibbons, Office of Investigations, U.S. Department of State,
informed me in response to the e-service of the petition for rehearing Petition No. 13-7280,
The Office of Inspector General has reviewed your most recent series of complaints
forwarded to the OIG Hotline for review and have determined that the issues you have
raised do not fall within the purview of the Department of State.
The OIG Hotline will take no further action regarding this complaint.
A paper copy of Mr. Fitzgibbons email is enclosed. The Hon. Steve A. Linick, Inspector
General, OIG Office of Investigations, did not return my call. John M. Fitzgibbons, Esq.
Chairman, Florida Federal JNC did not respond to a conflict check, copy enclosed.

The Honorable John G. Roberts, Jr.


Chief Justice of the United States

March 5, 2014
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Ms. Tania Banuelos Mejia1 provided me the latest PDF version of the UNCAC2 Directory. The
cover page and three pages for the United States of America are enclosed, also found online,
http://www.unodc.org/documents/treaties/UNCAC/COSP/session5/V1387598e.pdf
Since filing my petition for rehearing, I located the USA Self Assessment for the UNCAC,
which contends, "further legislation to implement the Convention was not required, and the
Convention is consistent with existing U.S. law."
http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/158105.pdf
Referral to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Yesterday the Consumer Finical Protection Bureau (CFPB) notified me that Gina Alonso,
Constituent Services Representative, Office of United States Senator Marco Rubio, opened
CFPB Case number: 140304-000750 on information I submitted February 24, 2014. The CFPB
email states, We received your submission from the Congress and will review it as soon as
possible to determine if it involves a Federal consumer financial law within our authority.
The ABA Journal Law News Now reported May 7, 2013 in a story by Martha Neil that the
CFPB brought a lawsuit against two New York City law firms:
A new federal agency filed a lawsuit Tuesday against two New York City area law firms
and an attorney who owns a related business. It contends that they charged illegal
advance fees for so-called debt-relief services that provided little or no benefit to
consumers, who routinely lost amounts ranging from $1,300 to $3,000.
In addition to the advance-fee allegations against Mission Settlement Agency; its
attorney-owner Michael Levitis and his law office; Premier Consulting Group; and the
Law Office of Michael Lupolover, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau also
alleges that Mission and Levitis violated the Consumer Financial Protection Act by using
unfair and deceptive marketing practices, the Blog of Legal Times reports.
Among other issues, the civil complaint (PDF) filed in federal court in Manhattan by the
CFPB says the Mission defendants violated federal law by misrepresenting to consumers
the fees that would be charged and the benefits that would be provided concerning the
debt-relief services they marketed.
Separately, the U.S. Department of Justice unsealed an indictment that includes criminal
charges against Mission Settlement Agency, Levitis, and three current or former

Associate Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer, Corruption and Economic Crime
Branch, Division for Treaty Affairs, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Room E1279,
P.O. Box 500, A-1400 Vienna, Austria
2
UNCAC, United Nations Convention Against Corruption

The Honorable John G. Roberts, Jr.


Chief Justice of the United States

March 5, 2014
Page- 3

employees, according to the Hill's RegWatch page. It was the first criminal case ever
brought based on a referral by the CFPB, the article says.
The indictment (PDF) accuses the criminal defendants of participating in a mail and wire
fraud conspiracy that bilked consumers out of millions of dollars.
As part of the criminal case, the DOJ is seeking to seize the Rasputin Supper Club in
Brooklyn, which is owned by Levitis, the New York Daily News reports. Federal
prosecutors say he used money from the debt-relief operation to fund the glitzy Brighton
Beach club, lease two upscale vehicles and pay his mother's credit-card bills.
A press release from the Manhattan U.S. Attorney's office provides further details.
"These wolves in sheeps clothing take money from consumers who are already
struggling to pay their bills, falsely promising them help while really making their
problems worse," CFPB director Richard Cordray said said in a written statement
provided to the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Attorney Jeffrey Lichtman represents Levitis and tells the BLT that his client has been
cooperating the government. He said Levitis has been trying to meet with prosecutors to
provide evidence about the "rogue former employees who committed many of the frauds
alleged in the indictment before exiting to open their own debt-relief business. Now
Michael Levitis is left to clean up the mess," Lichtman said.
In an email to the BLT, Lupolover said the CFPB suit has nothing to do with the law
offices of Michael Lupolover.
The following documents are enclosed for the above ABA story:
Press Release, Manhattan U.S. Attorney
U.S. v. Mission, Indictment
CFPB federal complaint
ABA Journal News story
Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act - FDUTPA
A final judgment entered January 24, 2014 in Rory Hewitt vs. Law Offices of David J. Stern
bears on this petition, the "unknown spouse" issue.
Rory Hewitt vs. the Law Offices of David J. Stern
Class Action Final Judgment: $831,110
Palm Beach County Court, Case No. 09-CA-036046
Circuit Judge Lucy Chernow Brown
Case ID: 502009CA036046XXXXMB

The Honorable John G. Roberts, Jr.


Chief Justice of the United States

March 5, 2014
Page- 4

In Hewitt, the Court determined that Mr. Stern was liable under FDUTPA, the Florida Deceptive
and Unfair Trade Practices Act, for suing unknown parties. In my case, Ms. Parsons and
McCalla Raymer sued seven (7) unknown parties. The complaint only is enclosed.
It is my understanding that "unknown" parties are not permitted in federal court, and must be
stricken. In Green v. Pilgrims Pride Corporation, Civil Action No. 5:08-cv-0573-CLS, U.S.
District Court, Northern District of Alabama, Northeastern Division, U.S. Judge Lynwood Smith
held in a Memorandum Opinion entered May 8, 2008, at footnote 1:
"Any claims asserted by a plaintiff against fictional parties are due to be stricken, however,
because there is no provision for fictitious party practice under federal law or rules of procedure.
Cf. 28 U.S.C. 1441(a) (stating that "the citizenship of defendants sued under fictitious names
shall be disregarded" for purposes of removal).... The Order is enclosed.
David J. Stern Disbarred, Florida Supreme Court Case SC13-643
Penalty: 49 cents per 100,000 abandoned foreclosure cases
The Florida Supreme Court disbarred David J. Stern January 7, 2014 with a sweetheart deal:
49 cents per 100,000 abandoned foreclosure cases,
which The Florida Bars Referee Nancy Perez wrote "created chaos on the courts of the state of
Florida, prejudicing the whole system as a whole." (page 4, Report of Referee SC13-643).
In March 2011 Stern notified Chief Judges in Florida courts throughout the state by letter that he
could not do any further work on 100,000 pending foreclosure cases, due to of a lack of staff
following the loss of large clients and massive layoffs. The American Bar Association reported,
Stern notified Pinellas-Pasco Chief Judge Thomas McGrady and his counterparts
throughout the state in letters sent earlier this month that he won't be able to do any
further work on some 100,000 foreclosure cases, due to of a lack of staff following
massive layoffs, according to the article.
"We have been forced to drastically reduce our attorney and paralegal staff to the point
where we no longer have the financial or personnel resources to continue to file motions
to withdraw in the tens of thousand of cases that we still remain as counsel of record,'' he
wrote in a 251-page letter to McGrady dated March 4 that listed all of the Pinellas-Pasco
cases. "Therefore it is with great regret that we will be ceasing the servicing of clients,"
apparently by the end of the month.
Calling the situation "a mess,'' McGrady says court employees are working to put
together orders requiring the lending institutions that brought the cases to show cause
why they should not be dismissed. Meanwhile, some attorneys reportedly may be seeking
to take over the cases without a paper trail clearly authorizing them to do so.

The Honorable John G. Roberts, Jr.


Chief Justice of the United States

March 5, 2014
Page- 5

But, Chief Judge Manuel Menendez Jr. of Hillsborough tells the Times, "you can't just
walk away. I think he's written the letter in attempt to circumvent the rules of judicial
administration."
ABA Journal Law News Now, March 8, 2011, by Martha Neil, Foreclosure Firm Collapse
Creates Court Chaos; Stern Lacks Staff to Move to Withdraw from Cases
http://www.abajournal.com/news/article/foreclosure_firm_collapse_creates_court_chaos_stern_l
acks_staff/
Florida foreclosure defense lawyer Matt Weidner posted a comment March 9, 2011, 8:45 AM,
The biggest outrage about this episode is the lack of outrage from the rest of the Bar.
The Florida Bar has been silent. The state and federal regulators have done nothing to
marshal assets that should be used to help satisfy the administrative obligations of
unraveling this mess that have been dumped in our courts lap. Our courts have been
turned into a burlesque show and this is a horrendous black eye over the entire
profession. The general public, quite correctly, views this as lawyers protecting
themselves by not going after this national travesty. We are all guilty of shame in this
debacle.
Unfortunately foreclosure mills are not held accountable in any meaningful way in Florida. The
Florida Supreme Court disbarred David J. Stern but did impose any meaningful discipline, no
fine or penalty, only judgment entered for The Florida Bar "for recovery of costs from David
James Stern in the amount of $49,125.02". As divided by the 100,000 foreclosure cases Mr.
Stern abandoned, that amounts to 49 cents per case.
Mr. Stern gets to keep a $58.5 million cash windfall for the sale of his back-office document
preparation services, according to the Palm Beach Post in a story by Jeff Ostrowski posted
Tuesday, October 29th, 2013 at 9:45 am Foreclosure king on verge of losing law license, but
keeps $58.5 million windfall,
The saga of Florida foreclosure king David J. Stern offered a bit of everything. Bogus
paperwork filed by Sterns team of lawyers. A dizzying caseload of 1,600 foreclosures
per attorney. Callow lawyers too swamped to show up in court and befuddled when they
did.
His firm visited massive injury on Floridas foreclosure system, a judge wrote
yesterday in recommending that Stern be disbarred.
And like any good South Florida scandal, Sterns rise and fall included a publicly traded
company that paid him handsomely. In 2010, Stern collected a big payday by selling his
back-office document preparation services to Chardan 2008 China Acquisition Corp., a
British Virgin Islands shell company formed in 2008 with a $55 million IPO.

The Honorable John G. Roberts, Jr.


Chief Justice of the United States

March 5, 2014
Page- 6

Sterns payday was rich. In exchange for turning over a company that had collected $260
million in fees in 2009, Stern received $58.5 million in cash. He also got a promissory
note worth $52.5 million and the promise of another $35 million in cash, according to a
Securities and Exchange Commission filing by the renamed company, DJSP Enterprises.
As two DJSP investors described the deal in a federal suit last year, In substance, Stern
was selling a 75-80% interest in his non-legal-services businesses to the prior Chardan
shareholders for $145 million.
After briefly hitting $13.50, DJSP shares plummeted. But Sterns personal real estate
empire remains intact. According to property recrods, Stern in 2008 paid $17 million for
two homes in Hillsboro Beach and in 2009 paid $8 million for a house in Fort Lauderdale
and $6.9 million for a condo in Fort Lauderdale.
His shell company payday was noted by Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Nancy Perez,
who presided over his disbarment hearing. She wrote:
Mr. Sterns letter of abandonment states that he did not have the financial
resources to properly withdraw from his pending cases. Mr. Sterns declaration
revealed his net worth and that he did in fact possess sufficient resources to
properly withdraw from cases. I am not persuaded by his argument that his
reference to lack of financial resources related to the firms net worth only. His
statement was a misrepresentation.
http://blogs.palmbeachpost.com/realtime/2013/10/29/foreclosure-king-on-verge-of-losing-lawlicense-but-keeps-58-5-million-windfall/
Enclosed is my response to The Florida Bar in the following matters:

Danielle Nicole Parsons, The Florida Bar File No. 2014-30,525 (9A); with addendum.
Rebuttal to response for Ms. Martinez in UPL case no. 20143031(9A).
Reply to UPL Investigation of Neil J. Gillespie, Case No. 20133090(5)

Also enclosed,

New ethics complaint, Pam Bondi Florida AG


Ethics complaint, Pat Frank Clerk of Court, Hillsborough Co. FL, and Counsel Dale Bohner;
supplemental ethics violations for follow-up complaint.
Email letter February 18, 2014 to Senator Rubio, Senator Nelson, Acting US Attorney Lee
Bentley, AUSA Roger Handberg re Honest Services Fraud of Martha Cook and Mr. Rodems
Email letter February 18, 2014 to John M. Fitzgibbons, Esq., Chairman, Florida Federal JNC

Index to Petition 12-7747 and Rule Applications


Index to Petition 13-7280
Halt amicus, Roberta Cripe; Halt amicus, Mark Hager disbarment

The Honorable John G. Roberts, Jr.


Chief Justice of the United States

March 5, 2014
Page- 7

Please forgive the informally of this letter. Time is about over, and I do not know how else to
proceed. Thank you.
Sincerely,
- signed Neil J. Gillespie Neil J. Gillespie
8092 SW 115th Loop
Ocala, Florida

Telephone: (352) 854-7807


Email: neilgillespie@mfi.net
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Principal Deputy Inspector General
Federal Housing Finance Agency
Office of Inspector General
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Letter to James Comey, Director FBI, and Michelle S. Klimt, Special Agent, March 5, 2014

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CAC/COSP/2013/CRP.5
31 October 2013
English only

Conference of the States Parties to the United


Nations Convention against Corruption
Fifth session
Panama City, 25-29 November 2013

Competent National Authorities under the United Nations


Convention against Corruption
Note by the Secretariat
1.
The present note provides information, as at 31 October 2013, on the
notifications submitted to the Secretary-General and to the Secretary of the
Conference of States Parties to the United Nations Convention against Corruption
(UNCAC) pursuant to article 6, paragraph 3 (prevention authorities) and article 46,
paragraph 13 (central authorities of mutual legal assistance) of the UNCAC. It also
provides information on the notifications of UNCAC asset recovery focal points
submitted to the Secretary of the Conference of States Parties to the Convention
pursuant to recommendations of the Open-ended Working Group on Asset Recovery.
The full text of the notifications received by the Secretary-General is available on
the website of the United Nations Treaty Collection (http://untreaty.un.org).

V.13-87598 (E)

*1387598*

Specific procedure in urgent cases:

United States of America


Asset Recovery Focal Point
Asset Forfeiture Money Laundering Unit
Address:

935 Pennsylvania Avenue NW

Telephone: 00 1 202-324-9210 00 1 202-324-3000 (24-hour


line)1 202-324-6248
00
Fax:
email:
website:
Office hours 09:00-17:30
-5
GMT+/-:
Languages: English primary, but through contact persons and
other personnel, informal assistance and advice
may be available in several other languages

Contact information:
Mr. Robert CESSARIO
Supervisory Special
Agent,Asset Forfeiture Money
Laundering Unit
Robert.cessario@ic.fbi.gov

Acceptance of the Convention as a legal basis:


Acceptance of requests through Interpol:
Information needed for requests to be executed:
Formats and channels accepted:
Specific procedure in urgent cases:
Participation in existing networks: CARIN, StAR-INTERPOL Asset Recovery Focal Points Initiative

The Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section (AFMLS) (for foreign stolen asset
recovery)
Address:

Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section,


Criminal Division, United States Department of
Justice 1400 New York Avenue, NW, Suite 10100

Telephone: 00 1 202 514-1263 00 1 202 514-5000 (24-hour


line)1 202 514-5522 00 1 202 514-0000
00
Fax:
email:
website:
Office hours 09:00-17:30
-5
GMT+/-:
Languages: English primary, but through contact persons and
other personnel, informal assistance and advice
may be available in several other languages

Contact information:
Linda SAMUEL
Deputy Chief,International
Unit,Asset Forfeiture and
Money Laundering

Daniel CLAMAN
Assistant Chief,International
Unit,Asset Forfeiture and
Money Laundering Section

Acceptance of the Convention as a legal basis:


Acceptance of requests through Interpol:
Information needed for requests to be executed:
Formats and channels accepted:
Specific procedure in urgent cases:
Participation in existing networks: CARIN, StAR-INTERPOL Asset Recovery Focal Points Initiative

The Office of International Affairs (OIA)

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Address:
Telephone: 00 1 202 514-0000
00 1 202 514-0080
Fax:
email:
website:
Office hours
GMT+/-:
Languages: English primary, but through contact persons and
other personnel, informal assistance and advice
may be available in several other languages

Contact information:

Acceptance of the Convention as a legal basis:


Acceptance of requests through Interpol:
Information needed for requests to be executed:
Formats and channels accepted:
Specific procedure in urgent cases:
Participation in existing networks: CARIN, StAR-INTERPOL Asset Recovery Focal Points Initiative

Central Authority
Office of International Affairs, Criminal Division, Department of Justice
Address:

Contact information:

Telephone:
Fax:
email:
website:
Office hours
GMT+/-:
Languages: English
Acceptance of the Convention as a legal basis:
Acceptance of requests through Interpol:
Information needed for requests to be executed:
Formats and channels accepted:
Specific procedure in urgent cases:

Prevention Authority
Anti-Corruption Unit, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs,
Department of States
Address:

2201 C Street NW

Contact information:

Telephone:
Fax:
email:
website:
Office hours
GMT+/-:
Languages:

National Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Department of Justice

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Address:

810 7th Street, NW

Contact information:

Telephone:
Fax:
email:
website:
Office hours
GMT+/-:
Languages:

Uruguay
Central Authority
Asesora Autoridad Central de Cooperacin Jurdica Internacional, Ministerio de Educacin
y Cultura
Address:
Telephone: 00 059829159780
00 059829158836
Fax:
alvarez@mec.gub.uy
email:
autoridadcentraluru@mec.gub.uy
website:
Office hours
GMT+/-:
Languages: Spanish, English

Contact information:
Dr. Eduardo TELLECHEA
BERGMAN
Director

Dr. Carlos ALVAREZ COZZI


Asesor Letrado

Acceptance of the Convention as a legal basis: yes


Acceptance of requests through Interpol:
Information needed for requests to be executed:
Formats and channels accepted:
Specific procedure in urgent cases:

Prevention Authority
Junta de Transparencia y Etica Pblica (Board of Transparency and Public Ethics)
Address:

Rincn 528, piso 8

Telephone:
Fax:
email:
website:

00 598 2917 0407


00 598 2916 8057
jpmontero@jutep.gub.uy
www.jutep.gub.uy

Office hours 12:00-18:00


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Languages: Spanish

Uzbekistan
Central Authority
Office of Prosecutor General

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Contact information:
Mr. Jos PEDRO MONTERO
TRAIBEL, JUNTA DE
TRANSPARENCIAY Y ETIC
PBLICA
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Dear Mr. Gillespie,

The Office of Inspector General has reviewed your most recent series of
complaints forwarded to the OIG Hotline for review and have determined
that the issues you have raised do not fall within the purview of the
Department of State.
The OIG Hotline will take no further action regarding this complaint.
Sincerely,
Bill Fitzgibbons
Department of State
OIG Hotline Coordinator

From: Neil Gillespie [mailto:neilgillespie@mfi.net]


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Subject: SERVICE OF COURT DOCUMENT, U.S. SUPREME COURT, Petition No. 13-7280

Court: U.S. SUPREME COURT, Petition No. 13-7280


Case caption: GILLESPIE V. REVERSE MORTGAGE SOLUTIONS INC., ET AL
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