Foreclosure Defense Florida

Another Week, Another Bank Break In, Another Example of Bank Crime Unpunished….

banks-break-inEarlier today, another client called with another one of the stories that make me FURIOUS!

My client was a victim of a home burglary.   A break in.   Her sense of privacy and security has been totally violated.   Her delusion that laws exist to protect and that law enforcement exists to protect her has been seriously shaken.

But as we all learn again and again and again.   The banks are above the law.   The banks can steal billions of dollars. The banks can commit gross and systemic fraud. The banks can engage in widespread abusive practices. The banks can take hundreds of billions of dollars from the United States Treasury and do nothing for the American people.

But the one very real example that shows how gross and out of control the banks are is when they are permitted to kick down the doors, break into a home in broad daylight. And when police are called, they just turn around and walk away.   In this particular case, the police interrogated my client and tried to force her to prove she owned her home.

Oh, and the kicker…..the client is not even in foreclosure.

That’s right ladies and gentleman….another bank break in featuring a client who is not even in foreclosure.

Feel safe in your home? You shouldn’t…the banks are permitted to kick down your doors whenever they care to.

Occupy is just the beginning.




  • Nora says:

    How ironic, the banks are the criminals here, they get away with crime because they have way too much money and don’t know what to do with it, so they buy themselves a sheriff or tow, a cop or two, and they can keep on committing crimes and keep on getting permission to rub and pillage our communities.

    whatever happened to innocent till proven guilty, whatever happened to those who are supposed to help the people of the communities and protect them from the intruders. Have we gone mad, or is this now had become the american way of doing things. What examples are being set here, if the policing authority question the homeowner’s rights to his/her property, as if the banks automatically own it all, and the homeowners are trespassing!

    It would have to take just one cop to be foreclosed on, and then they will all bond together against the banks, but it’s yet to happen, because the cops who are paid by the tax payers, seem to be immune to all this travesty I wonder why?

    I think that all homeowners who may or may not even be in foreclosure need to take more pro caution and learn to defend themselves and their properties against such crime by intruders, whether the intruders are sent by the banks or not.

  • John Nicol says:

    Mr. Weidner, I am an advocate of homeowners suing the banks to save their homes. Nothing else seems to work. But nothing seems to stop the banks from this kind of violation of our Constitutional rights described above. What legal tools do they have and use to justify what they are doing, and are they specific to certain jurisdictions?

  • Pat says:

    Name Names!

    Name the Bank

    Name the Cops.

    Shame the Lawbreakers

  • DLC says:

    I live in Colorado where we have the “Make My Day” law. If you feel threatened in any way by anyone who tresspasses onto your property, more specifically, into your home, you shoot them, no questions asked.

    My third foreclosure hearing is coming on the 1st of December, these bastards have lied, forged, manipulated and presented false documents to the courts since December 2006. I could only hope that one of them would be stupid enough to kick my door down, please.

    I’ve had enough and I hope this is the last time I will have to defend my property rights in the same court for the 3rd time. The Judge needs to get it, these people can’t continue to present fraudulent documents in support of the Banks right to foreclose when they have no rights.

    BAC is claiming rights to my property pursuant to it’s successor interest in Bank of America Home Loans LP but that has nothing to do with my loan that was securitized back in 2004 with UBS or CCFB, nobody seems to know where my note really is.

    Well, I went off on another tangent, anyhow, you don’t hear about any doors being kicked in here in Colorado, think it might have something to do with the make my day law, maybe…..

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