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An Example of Unfairness in The Courtroom…READ THE TRANSCRIPT

You want a peek inside a courtroom to hear a line of questioning from a judge in a foreclosure case.   Read this excerpt then read the whole transcript.   Now keep in mind that on the same day this judge is firing these questions at this borrower, the New York Times, Washington Post and virtually all the national press are reporting on the real stories of fraud and abuse in the foreclosure courts….read on…..

THE COURT: Let me ask you a logical question, ma’am. How long have you been living in your house without making a mortgage payment?

MS. PARADA: October of ’08.

THE COURT: Pretty nice, isn’t it? Be rent-free for two years?

THE WITNESS: I don’t think that’s the point.

THE COURT: Oh, it’s not?

MS. PARADA: No, sir.

THE COURT: Okay. I’m missing something here?

MS. PARADA: Well, I’ve been studying the securitization of what the banks are doing.

THE COURT: Ma’am, you may find some loopholes, but the fact of the matter is you took out a mortgage and a note and you agreed to pay money and you didn’t do it. Now you’re trying to say, well, this note is this and this note is that so, I mean, come on. You can put as much Chanel No. 5 on this as you want but the fact of the matter is that you’ve been living rent-free for two years.

The Full Transcript Appears Below:

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  • ForeclosureHamlet says:

    THE COURT: Let me ask you a logical question, ma’am. How long has the deceased been dead?

    MS PRADA: Since Oct ’08

    THE COURT: Pretty nice, isn’t it? Being free for two years?

    MS. PARADA: I don’t think that’s the point.

    THE COURT: Oh, it’s not?

    MS. PARADA: No, sir.

    THE COURT: Okay. I’m missing something here?

    MS. PARADA: Well, I’ve been grieving and upset over the passing of my loved one and hope his murderer is found.

    THE COURT: Well, we have a dead human being here and no justice since Oct. ’08. Do you think you are just going to walk away scott free? The deceased deserves justice! The evidence brought into this court by an officer of this court proves your guilt.

    MS. PARADA: Could we at least have a look at the merits of this case? My own life and my children’s lives depend on the outcome of this case.

    THE COURT: Summary judgment granted in favor of the Prosecutor. Baliff, please take Ms. Parada away.

    Lisa
    ForeclosureHamlet.org

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