Wells Fargo’s Failed to Establish that it is the Holder of the Note – Claim Objection Granted!

Buckle Up

See the Franklin Decision – MEMORANDUM OF DECISION ON DEBTOR’S OBJECTION TO CLAIM OF WELLS FARGO BANK, NA

“Wells Fargo’s failure to establish that it is the holder of the Note similarly requires the Claim Objection to be granted and Claims 1‐2 and 1‐1 disallowed.”
There ARE decent judges!

(Unlike some other bank-biased judge this week that encountered more than enough robo-signed documents and intentionally excluded Defendants’ evidence proving that the bank hadn’t met its burden… and kept the doors closed to witnesses and the public throughout the trial, without a witness exclusion motion, while it ruled for the bank)

With apologies to Paul Simon—Linda’s Song

I met him at a deposition
On a case I had last year
It involved some serious fabrications
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FDIC – Hide & Sneak …and Seal

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) chairman serves at the pleasure of the President of the United States. During the financial crisis of 2008, Sheila Bair was chairman of the FDIC and was a member of a very small club: competent crisis-era financial regulators. Bair was one of the primary policymakers in Washington, DC during the 2007–2009 financial force majeure.

company-doeIt was during that time many banks and pretender lenders failed, including IndyMac Bank, FSB and Washington Mutual aka “WaMu”. Deals were contrived between banks by the FDIC as it stepped in as receiver to peel off assets making Master Purchasing Agreements between parties.

In some cases, like IndyMac and WaMu, these deals were struck before a bank could seek reorganization under bankruptcy protection. These “deals” included sealing documents that it appears pertain to sale agreements and the operations of the banks that probably should have led to a Securities and Exchange Commission investigation – rather than covering up the potential for fraud under court seal of, as it appears, the “Unassigned Records” as in the case of IndyMac. Continue reading

Investors One Corp. to Bank of America – Psychotic Behavior – An Intentional Pattern of Abuse:

“Psychosis is a clinical condition in which the affected person loses contact with reality altering key functions for the human being as the thoughts, feelings, perceptions and behavior.”

In Atlanta, a Dekalb County sheriff evicted a four-generation family, which had been occupying its home, in a 3 a.m. raid earlier this week.

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