Sell Now! Confessions Of An Ex-Stockbroker

fiscalcliffroadblockIt’s pretty obvious to anyone studying securitization in foreclosure defense that the mortgage-backed securities scheme is fraught with fraud and teetering on the brink of disaster.

And when the next crisis happens it will be a non-partisan financial force majeure.

Affirmations have been coming out more recently by those fed up with the dealings of Wall Street’s greed and fear operations. This post by John Meyers in Personal Liberty  rings all too true.      Continue reading

JPMorgan Chase Beaten by Beaton, Pro Se! Hallelujah!

beaten by a girlPro Se Plaintiff Deborah Beaton filed a Complaint against JPMorgan Chase wherein Defendant Northwest Trustee Services, Inc. (“NWTS”) joined in a Motion to Dismiss with Chase. In her Second Amended Complaint (SAC), Beaton alleges three causes of action:

  • (1) Violation of the Federal Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”) against NWTS,
  • (2) Incomplete Indorsement/Chain of Title, and
  • (3) violations of the Washington Deed of Trust Act (“DTA”).

USDC Honorable Richard A. Jones gave Beaton her causes of action (1) and (2) against the defendants’ Motion to Dismiss… and the beat goes on! Continue reading

LOST: Looking for the Canons of Judicial Ethics

Judicial misconduct is a touchy subject.

judicial misconduct

But what else do you call it when judges violate their own canons and participate in unethical decisions that may create financial gains in their investment portfolios?

While this post deals with the failure of the judiciary to sua sponte recuse themselves when they know there is more than an appearance of impropriety, it also raises the question of what potential benefit they may received as a result of their decisions – and is that taken into consideration at any time during the case? Continue reading