Fight Club Lawyer (Part II

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Greetings and salutations my fellow Americans, The purpose of this missive is to point out a few reasons why “Foreclosuregate” and its consequences should be of grave concern to all of us. Pay attention deadbeats, pin-striped banking weasels, GSE enablers, congressional puppets, pet judges, robo-lawyers, etc. For maximum effect cue Carl Orff’s “O Fortuna”… Rather than parse this into hyper-technical fork-tongued Wall Street lingo and all the obvious virtues that come with it, my preference is Main Street lingo. Remember Main Street? To sum things up Main Street got hosed. Not just a plain old run of the mill hosing either. The wherefores are lost in terms such as Credit Default Swaps, REMIC, servicer, sub-servicer, master-servicer (doesn’t that sound diabolical), trustee, special purpose vehicle, MERS…ok enough. This kind of crap is best left for professionals and Main Street has no business understanding any of this. It’s dangerous to fool around with. Besides, when any of these terms become “insufficient” a new one pops out of nowhere in the form of an innovation. Usually, for a handsome fee, these innovations are supported by well-healed and really smart “Non-Thinking Profit Tanks”. I kind of like that term myself and shamelessly purloined it from a fellow ZHer. There are basically two ways to address this problem that I believe to be at the root of our collective financial sclerosis: The first path is bad and it is the path we are on now. Everything and I do mean everything, must pass through one’s own political prism before it becomes truth. Look at the political hay being made over the tragic events unfolding in Japan. This stems from some sort of national neuro-atrophy and basing all “truths” on political beliefs would seem rather unreliable. The bottom line here is while a small few are sneaking away with all the money (whatever that is these days) most of us on Main Street are busy arguing over non-issues. That environment is perfect for sneaking away with money. The second path is good and not the path we are on now. The direction of that path can be found in a three inch by five inch booklet that never leaves my desk. It can be read cover to cover in fifteen minutes or less and it is called The Declaration of Independence and The Constitution of the United States of America. We are, and must strive to remain a nation of laws, not men. Allow me the liberty of quoting our third President, Thomas Jefferson: “I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around [the banks] will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered. The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs.”

If we accept that we are still a nation of laws (if you’re still with me…hang in there…I’m almost done) we must wield those laws with full vigor. The oligarchs pull them like a gun, but for some reason (see path #1) they are allowed to bend them, twist them, even ignore them. When fitting they create new ones or remove those that are in their way. Now, they actually taunt us. Have a look at this piece from Business Insider and tell me you are not angry. It’s noteworthy that Deutsche was Hitler’s favorite bank and used their innovations to fund the Gestapo and other contributions to society, the Auschwitz Death Camp being one shining example. After suffering years of concealed shame they admitted as much in 1999. (Right after it was revealed by historians.) The idea of engaging these two pictured below in a spirited “debate” is titillating. Deutsche Banker Suspended For Taunting Protestors With A £10 From His Office Window

We know where this quote comes from and it’s even more valid today than it was in 1999: “Man, I see in fight club the strongest and smartest men who've ever lived. I see all this potential, and I see squandering. God damn it, an entire generation pumping gas, waiting tables; slaves with white collars. Advertising has us chasing cars and clothes, working jobs we hate so we can buy shit we don't need. We're the middle children of history, man. No purpose or place. We have no Great War. No Great Depression. Our Great War's a spiritual war... our Great Depression is our lives. We've all been raised on television to believe that one day we'd all be millionaires, and movie gods, and rock stars. But we won't. And we're slowly learning that fact. And we're very, very pissed off.”

How apropos…my phone rings and I actually answer…and it’s a staffer from Senator X’s office alerting me to some very important matter. The phony needs my money support to straighten things out (this is true and God is my witness). I politely interrupt the young lady and express my disgust with politicians, every last one of them and urge her to pass the word to all the good little Senators to clean out their desks and never come back. She wryly replies she’s been hearing quite a bit of that sentiment lately and thanks me for my time. Where was I? Oh yeah, I was getting very, very pissed off. It’s time to take this fight out of the basement and into the courts. With gusto. In case you missed the first round of Fight Club Lawyer here’s a handy link: Foreclosure Fight Club | George Babcock to Mark Harmon "Send Your Minions that I May Lay Waste to them Before Me" “Dear Mr. Harmon, Please be advised that I have been retained by Mr. Conley regarding the notice of illegal foreclosure you mailed to him on February 4, 2011. The chain of title to this property and the note is like a walk down the yellow brick road. Is Harmon Law the Wizard of Title? You display extreme indifference to the law by noticing a foreclosure on this property. As you know, I take great pride in defending my clients against the evil forces that guide your actions. Mr. Conley is a personal friend. It is my intention to be even more pugilistic in this matter. It is disgusting and I will make sure that whoever violates his property rights is knocked out of the ring. No TKOs will be accepted. A full fledged, right cross to the chin of the beast. I look forward to a response although I am quite certain you will not engage me as is your habit. Send your minions that I may lay waste to them before me. I hope that this letter is circulated as has been your habit in the past. I like my enemy to know that I am at its doorstep.” Now the rest of you lawyers…get out there and start lawyering. If it’s your first night at Fight Club…you have to fight. No pillow fights – bare knuckles required or you’ll have to tap out. Directly following my chart (It lacks citations because I made it up…at least I admit it) will be the results of one day’s worth of fighting by one lawyer emailed to me. Seven pin-striped puppets file hocus-pocus “Motions to Dismiss” all seven denied. This very rarely happens but it did. In one day. I pulled out my email address not out of fear. It’s not much of a hardship cleaning it out but I really hate spam…and most of the email I get as well. You will need your own Pacer account to really smell what is in this sewer. Go short on title insurers…if they can’t fix them they have to pay. They cannot fix. Have a nice day and God Bless America, Inc. chunga

The market likes stability…seems to have flat-lined. Phew!

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Enjoy! Bitchez! Email begins here: How fucking awesome is this? The Babcock Pirate Ship strikes again. How many Motions to Dismiss are denied? Who is better than me?
From: cmecf@rid.uscourts.gov [mailto:cmecf@rid.uscourts.gov] Sent: Tuesday, March 15, 2011 4:33 PM To: cmecfnef@rid.uscourts.gov Subject: Activity in Case 1:10-cv-00162-JNL -DLM Zarra v. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc et al Order on Motion to Dismiss

This is an automatic e-mail message generated by the CM/ECF system. Please DO NOT RESPOND to this e-mail because the mail box is unattended. ***NOTE TO PUBLIC ACCESS USERS*** Judicial Conference of the United States policy permits attorneys of record and parties in a case (including pro se litigants) to receive one free electronic copy of all documents filed electronically, if receipt is required by law or directed by the filer. PACER access fees apply to all other users. To avoid later

charges, download a copy of each document during this first viewing. However, if the referenced document is a transcript, the free copy and 30 page limit do not apply. U.S. District Court District of Rhode Island Notice of Electronic Filing The following transaction was entered on 3/15/2011 at 4:33 PM EDT and filed on 3/15/2011 McLaughlin et al v. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc et al Case Name: 1:10-cv-00123-JNL -LDA Case Number: Filer: Document Number: 37 Docket Text: PROCEDURAL ORDER denying without prejudice (10) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00123-JNL -LDA; denying without prejudice (17) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00162-JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (11) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00193-JNL -LDA; denying without prejudice (12) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00195-JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (8) Motion to Dismiss; denying without prejudice (17) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00440JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (3) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00468JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (5) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00483JNL -LDA; Set Deadlines: (PNC to Show Cause in writing for deconsolidating the Iadmimarco case (CA 10-440) from the others on or before 3/25/2011; Iadimarco may respond to PNC's submission by 4/8/11; each party is allotted up to 10 pages for its submission). So Ordered by Joseph N Laplante on 3/15/11. Associated Cases: 1:10-cv-00162-JNL -DLM et al.(Barletta, Barbara) Zarra v. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc et al Case Name: 1:10-cv-00162-JNL -DLM Case Number: Filer: Document Number: 55 Docket Text: PROCEDURAL ORDER denying without prejudice (10) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00123-JNL -LDA; denying without prejudice (17) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00162-JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (11) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00193-JNL -LDA; denying without prejudice (12) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00195-JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (8) Motion to Dismiss; denying without prejudice (17) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00440JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (3) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00468JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (5) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00483JNL -LDA; Set Deadlines: (PNC to Show Cause in writing for deconsolidating the

Iadmimarco case (CA 10-440) from the others on or before 3/25/2011; Iadimarco may respond to PNC's submission by 4/8/11; each party is allotted up to 10 pages for its submission). So Ordered by Joseph N Laplante on 3/15/11. Associated Cases: 1:10-cv-00162-JNL -DLM et al.(Barletta, Barbara) Beaudoin v. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. et al Case Name: 1:10-cv-00193-JNL -LDA Case Number: Filer: Document Number: 49 Docket Text: PROCEDURAL ORDER denying without prejudice (10) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00123-JNL -LDA; denying without prejudice (17) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00162-JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (11) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00193-JNL -LDA; denying without prejudice (12) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00195-JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (8) Motion to Dismiss; denying without prejudice (17) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00440JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (3) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00468JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (5) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00483JNL -LDA; Set Deadlines: (PNC to Show Cause in writing for deconsolidating the Iadmimarco case (CA 10-440) from the others on or before 3/25/2011; Iadimarco may respond to PNC's submission by 4/8/11; each party is allotted up to 10 pages for its submission). So Ordered by Joseph N Laplante on 3/15/11. Associated Cases: 1:10-cv-00162-JNL -DLM et al.(Barletta, Barbara) O'Hern v. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. et al Case Name: 1:10-cv-00195-JNL -DLM Case Number: Filer: Document Number: 50 Docket Text: PROCEDURAL ORDER denying without prejudice (10) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00123-JNL -LDA; denying without prejudice (17) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00162-JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (11) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00193-JNL -LDA; denying without prejudice (12) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00195-JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (8) Motion to Dismiss; denying without prejudice (17) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00440JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (3) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00468JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (5) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00483JNL -LDA; Set Deadlines: (PNC to Show Cause in writing for deconsolidating the Iadmimarco case (CA 10-440) from the others on or before 3/25/2011; Iadimarco may respond to PNC's submission by 4/8/11; each party is allotted up to 10 pages for its submission). So Ordered by Joseph N Laplante on 3/15/11. Associated Cases: 1:10-cv-00162-JNL -DLM et al.(Barletta, Barbara)

Iadimarco v. National City Mortgage et al Case Name: 1:10-cv-00440-JNL -DLM Case Number: Filer: Document Number: 40 Docket Text: PROCEDURAL ORDER denying without prejudice (10) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00123-JNL -LDA; denying without prejudice (17) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00162-JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (11) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00193-JNL -LDA; denying without prejudice (12) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00195-JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (8) Motion to Dismiss; denying without prejudice (17) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00440JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (3) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00468JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (5) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00483JNL -LDA; Set Deadlines: (PNC to Show Cause in writing for deconsolidating the Iadmimarco case (CA 10-440) from the others on or before 3/25/2011; Iadimarco may respond to PNC's submission by 4/8/11; each party is allotted up to 10 pages for its submission). So Ordered by Joseph N Laplante on 3/15/11. Associated Cases: 1:10-cv-00162-JNL -DLM et al.(Barletta, Barbara) Fonseca et al v. GMAC Mortgage, LLC et al Case Name: 1:10-cv-00468-JNL -DLM Case Number: Filer: Document Number: 32 Docket Text: PROCEDURAL ORDER denying without prejudice (10) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00123-JNL -LDA; denying without prejudice (17) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00162-JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (11) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00193-JNL -LDA; denying without prejudice (12) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00195-JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (8) Motion to Dismiss; denying without prejudice (17) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00440JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (3) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00468JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (5) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00483JNL -LDA; Set Deadlines: (PNC to Show Cause in writing for deconsolidating the Iadmimarco case (CA 10-440) from the others on or before 3/25/2011; Iadimarco may respond to PNC's submission by 4/8/11; each party is allotted up to 10 pages for its submission). So Ordered by Joseph N Laplante on 3/15/11. Associated Cases: 1:10-cv-00162-JNL -DLM et al.(Barletta, Barbara) Houey v. GMAC Mortgage Corporation et al Case Name: 1:10-cv-00483-JNL -LDA Case Number: Filer: Document Number: 33

Docket Text: PROCEDURAL ORDER denying without prejudice (10) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00123-JNL -LDA; denying without prejudice (17) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00162-JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (11) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00193-JNL -LDA; denying without prejudice (12) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00195-JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (8) Motion to Dismiss; denying without prejudice (17) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00440JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (3) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00468JNL -DLM; denying without prejudice (5) Motion to Dismiss in case 1:10-cv-00483JNL -LDA; Set Deadlines: (PNC to Show Cause in writing for deconsolidating the Iadmimarco case (CA 10-440) from the others on or before 3/25/2011; Iadimarco may respond to PNC's submission by 4/8/11; each party is allotted up to 10 pages for its submission). So Ordered by Joseph N Laplante on 3/15/11. Associated Cases: 1:10-cv-00162-JNL -DLM et al.(Barletta, Barbara)

1:10-cv-00123-JNL -LDA Notice has been electronically mailed to: George E. Babcock Patricia A. Buckley george.babcock@babcocklawoffices.com pbuckley@benjestlaw.com

1:10-cv-00123-JNL -LDA Notice has been delivered by other means to: 1:10-cv-00162-JNL -DLM Notice has been electronically mailed to: Brian S. Grossman bgrossman@princelobel.com, csullivan@princelobel.com, karonis@princelobel.com, pscottreed@princelobel.com, vderby@princelobel.com Corey J. Allard callard@allardlaw.com

David M. Rosen drosen@princelobel.com, dolson@princelobel.com, gdorlando@princelobel.com, mambers@princelobel.com, vderby@princelobel.com George E. Babcock george.babcock@babcocklawoffices.com

1:10-cv-00162-JNL -DLM Notice has been delivered by other means to: 1:10-cv-00193-JNL -LDA Notice has been electronically mailed to: Brian S. Grossman bgrossman@princelobel.com, csullivan@princelobel.com, karonis@princelobel.com, pscottreed@princelobel.com, vderby@princelobel.com David M. Rosen drosen@princelobel.com, dolson@princelobel.com, gdorlando@princelobel.com, mambers@princelobel.com, vderby@princelobel.com

George E. Babcock

george.babcock@babcocklawoffices.com

1:10-cv-00193-JNL -LDA Notice has been delivered by other means to: 1:10-cv-00195-JNL -DLM Notice has been electronically mailed to: Brian S. Grossman bgrossman@princelobel.com, csullivan@princelobel.com, karonis@princelobel.com, pscottreed@princelobel.com, vderby@princelobel.com David M. Rosen drosen@princelobel.com, dolson@princelobel.com, gdorlando@princelobel.com, mambers@princelobel.com, vderby@princelobel.com George E. Babcock george.babcock@babcocklawoffices.com

1:10-cv-00195-JNL -DLM Notice has been delivered by other means to: 1:10-cv-00440-JNL -DLM Notice has been electronically mailed to: Brian S. Grossman bgrossman@princelobel.com, csullivan@princelobel.com, karonis@princelobel.com, pscottreed@princelobel.com David M. Rosen drosen@princelobel.com, dolson@princelobel.com, gdorlando@princelobel.com, mambers@princelobel.com, vderby@princelobel.com George E. Babcock Michael B. Doherty george.babcock@babcocklawoffices.com mdoherty@preti.com, stenaglia@preti.com

1:10-cv-00440-JNL -DLM Notice has been delivered by other means to: 1:10-cv-00468-JNL -DLM Notice has been electronically mailed to: Brian S. Grossman bgrossman@princelobel.com, csullivan@princelobel.com, karonis@princelobel.com, pscottreed@princelobel.com David M. Rosen drosen@princelobel.com, dolson@princelobel.com, gdorlando@princelobel.com, mambers@princelobel.com, vderby@princelobel.com George E. Babcock george.babcock@babcocklawoffices.com

1:10-cv-00468-JNL -DLM Notice has been delivered by other means to: 1:10-cv-00483-JNL -LDA Notice has been electronically mailed to: Brian S. Grossman bgrossman@princelobel.com, csullivan@princelobel.com, karonis@princelobel.com, pscottreed@princelobel.com

Corey J. Allard

callard@allardlaw.com

David M. Rosen drosen@princelobel.com, dolson@princelobel.com, gdorlando@princelobel.com, mambers@princelobel.com, vderby@princelobel.com George E. Babcock george.babcock@babcocklawoffices.com

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