The Cow Jumped Over the Moon – There Are Judges Killing the Titles

Reading the biased judicial opinion in the transcripts of the Florida case, Deutsche Bank vs. Renee Cuenca compels the apparent need to make an early opening statement.

Maybe it needs to be dialogue on a new television series – like “Fraud & Foreclosure” … or “Un-Justice”.

The Cuenca transcripts – like the more recent foreclosure orders dissing the borrowers’ rights to challenge the Assignment of Mortgages, instill a vivid picture of the “cow jumped over the moon.”  How does the Judge get from point A to point D without connecting the dots? These Judges are killing the titles.

Is it a premeditated plan coming from a higher cartel? Or is it psychotic indifference? Can you imagine sitting on the bench and not being concerned sua sponte for some 80 year old widow who has made 27 years of payments, was scammed into a short term defective ARM, has lost all of her equity, spent her savings in the modification scheme – and is now getting evicted?  Whoa! Wait a minute!  Where the hell is the justice here?!

With that thought in mind – let’s plead the case with a made for TV opening statement and pretend we have a jury sitting in the court room (that the Judge never intends to allow us have):

ATTORNEY:  “Your Honor, my client was seduced into this loan and has paid dearly for it. My client unwittingly participated in a fraudulent scheme wherein his collateral was used to bait investors by Wall Street investment firms. Let me start at the beginning in 2005 when my client was approached for a refinance, (bought the home, etc.).

My client was targeted [example: Wells Fargo patent – all the banks have or use patents that they targeted buyers] and was convinced by an inflated appraisal and a slick sales technique that this mortgage was a good, solid investment.

That turned out not to be true. The appraisal was inflated, as most were during the mortgage tsunami, and that fact has been testified before Congress to by the Appraisal Institute and the American Society of Appraisers. Inflated appraisals are a cause of action in almost every investor lawsuit against the banks. Even though the real estate market can drop – this financial force majeure was more than a mere drop – it was a collapse – a complete collapse of the world wide economy – with millions upon millions of inflated appraisals.

And why? Not because borrowers couldn’t pay – but because Wall Street investment firms committed fraud and allowed inflated appraisals, the systematic abandonment of underwriting guidelines and overrated the bonds. Investors want rescissions for the fraud and trillions of dollars in settlements have caused the trusts to deflate landing mortgages back into the laps of about 6 banks – when there used to be 600 pretender lenders writing loans 5 years ago. The banks simply wrote more loans than they can legally hold.

My client was convinced that his house was worth $260,000 and by putting 3.5% down
($7560) plus 2 pts and closing costs ($7825) he could obtain a loan for his home at 7.25% interest only for 5 years and if he made all of his payments and kept his credit in good standing he was sold he would have the “option” to refinance his home in a couple of years and certainly before the end of his 5 year “option” …securities option.

My client had no idea of the Wall Street Ponzi scheme or the real estate fraud market. My client was simply sold that 70 years of historic trends in real estate always had a growth. Just like the tobacco companies sold cigarettes in the 50’s and 60’s – it was all good for you.

Now, my client invested nearly $16,000 and figured, by the certified appraisal the lender provided for him and he relied upon, that he still had $28,000 of equity in his investment when all was said and done; because he was taking out a $216,000 mortgage. Your Honor, the certified appraisal, at the crux of the fraud as we all know by now, was inflated. The real value of the home was more in the neighborhood of $116,000; and after my client’s investment – his mortgage should have been $100,000.

My client’s inflated mortgage payment was $1474, again – interest only, that he made faithfully on time every month for 4 years. That’s $70,752 over 48 months. A great deal of money for a fraudulent investment. But that’s not all your honor, he paid his taxes based on an inflated mortgage figure which total another $8500 over 4 years.

Additionally, because my client was led to believe this was a good investment, he improved the home and added new appliances and a sunroom that cost him out of pocket $41,962.

If you are doing the math your Honor, my client, as I said in the beginning has paid dearly for this house and we’re not even into the title fraud yet – he’s paid the bank $86,752 of that fraudulent appraisal price – and he’s $21,214 self invested over an above what the property is worth today – in reality what the real value was in 2005 – yes, your Honor, my client has paid dearly for this loan. And if Wall Street hadn’t collapsed the economy with their securities scheme – my client would still likely have been able to exercise his option and refinance his mortgage. But Wall Street got caught defrauding investors by inflating appraisals, systematically abandoning underwriting guidelines and over-rating bonds, nothing my client had any control over – they should pay, your Honor – not my client.

Nobody is walking away with a free home. But in today’s fraudulent Wall Street mortgage scheme the borrower’s investment needs to be considered. And when there is fraud, as in this case, your Honor – that too needs a considered adjustment as well.

My client performed under the terms of the contract and promises, your Honor. It was the lender that could not continue to perform and allow my client to refinance at the end of his “option” ARM loan – it was the lender that sold a defective loan, knowing there would be no option in five years or that it was highly unlikely – the lender knew it wasn’t in the deck of cards the lender was dealing… but my client did not know that.

Like tobacco – nicotine was added to stimulate the smoker. In this case a calculated credit scheme stimulated the buyer. Tobacco knew cigarettes were bad – just as Wall Street knew the appraisals were inflated and the loans were defective. Only Wall Street went further than tobacco – they defrauded not only the homeowners and choked the titles – but also defrauded investors and the public whose pension funds they stole – maybe even yours, your Honor?

The homeowners’ lives and title, like the smokers whose lungs were destroyed, were just victims of the banks’ psychotic financial scheme to profit. In both examples, misrepresentation and corruption have caused cancers that we can’t cure until the full picture is examined.

As I said – we haven’t even addressed the title fraud yet – but maybe we have gotten to a more level playing field where you don’t solely assume your banks are the victim.”

12 thoughts on “The Cow Jumped Over the Moon – There Are Judges Killing the Titles

  1. What does it take to convince these judges that times have changed? Foreclosures used to be rare occasions where the client could not pay due to some unusual circumstance. The bank was eventually made whole with a foreclosure sale. They did not profit from foreclosures nor where they responsible for making them happen. These banks were secretly funded trillions of dollars by the Fed yet I know of no one who feels they have been helped by these ruthless machines.
    Pg. 131 of the GAO audit of the Fed.

    Citigroup: $2.5 trillion ($2,500,000,000,000)
    Morgan Stanley: $2.04 trillion ($2,040,000,000,000)
    Merrill Lynch: $1.949 trillion ($1,949,000,000,000)
    Bank of America: $1.344 trillion ($1,344,000,000,000)
    Barclays PLC (United Kingdom): $868 billion ($868,000,000,000)
    Bear Sterns: $853 billion ($853,000,000,000)
    Goldman Sachs: $814 billion ($814,000,000,000)
    Royal Bank of Scotland (UK): $541 billion ($541,000,000,000)
    JP Morgan Chase: $391 billion ($391,000,000,000)
    Deutsche Bank (Germany): $354 billion ($354,000,000,000)
    UBS (Switzerland): $287 billion ($287,000,000,000)
    Credit Suisse (Switzerland): $262 billion ($262,000,000,000)
    Lehman Brothers: $183 billion ($183,000,000,000)
    Bank of Scotland (United Kingdom): $181 billion ($181,000,000,000)
    BNP Paribas (France): $175 billion ($175,000,000,000)
    and many many more including banks in Belgium of all places

    So much smoke and mirrors. They had us worried about a mere 800 billion while this was going on in secret. Goldman Sachs alone recieved in secret more than the whole TARP budget.
    So few know of these financial atrocities. The bought off media stands idle while our country is looted. Where is our President on this is he a republicrat?
    I have to stop now and lower my blood pressure.
    My thoughts and prayers go out to all that are being defrauded and misplaced by the heartless

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  5. Thank you

    This is happening to me and i am 74 years old. Bank of america and countrywide have played games with me for 5 years.

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    We think these judges have been brainwashed to be afraid that the entire system will collapse if homeowners are allowed to prove the fraud. It didn’t collapse in Iceland – and it stopped the growing debt. As long as these banks are allowed to securitized and rehypothecate our collateral – the debt will continue to skyrocket. We know it is over $700 TRILLION now, some say it is over $2 QUADRILLION… Do you have any idea how many zeros that is?! Personally, that is giving the judges too much credit to be so concerned. Think about it logically – they (or their higher-ups) are first trying to protect their delusion of retirement investment funds (a tie to Wall Street) – because why would a judge add to the moral decay of society by allowing banks to set the example of committing fraud? What kind of country would we have left anyway?

  9. The judge needs to be removed from the bench. The sad truth is that this happens every day in almost every courtroom in Florida. The judges have ceased to be arbiters but have become dictators in the courtroom.

  10. Not so funny….
    When have you ever seen or heard this on the nightly news?
    When I lost my home of 32 years, the judge basically dismissed ME. I showed him that the bank that was foreclosing on me did not own my home. In fact, No one could figure out who really did own it, besides me. Title was transferred 6 times in less than 6 months After being forced out, I also received demand for mortgage payments from OCWIN for months after being foreclosed on.
    Fraud? TILA? If the judges that perpetrated the fraud were removed, there may be only 3 that would NOT be removed in the entire country….. According to recent article I read…..3..3….3…

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