Millions of documents that are forged or false were used to prosecute cases in courtrooms all across this country. But what are the consequences for homeowners? Well, I tried (repeatedly) to raise the issue of an improper Docx LLC assignment in a case….brought it all the way up to the appellate court….and nothing. So I moved for a rehearing…I moved to vacate the final judgment…nothing.
“Our” courts simply refuse to enter into the ethical, moral, legal thicket of what to do when an entire system was allowed to get so totally corrupt and out of control. And that indeed is what happened. It became evident many, many years ago that this nation’s foreclosure process…and indeed our nation’s courtrooms had become absolutely inundated by fraudulent documents, fraudulent statements, and out of control litigants doing whatever they cared to do in order to win their cases. But rather than hold them to account, our nation’s courts bent the laws and the legal process to serve the interests of the wrongdoers….we’ve clearly gone done a path from which there is no easy return…
And now from Lynn Syzmoniak:
On November 20, 2012, Lorraine O’Reilly Brown, the former president of mortgage-document mill, DocX, LLC, a subsidiary of Lender Processing Services, pleaded guilty in federal court in Jacksonville, Florida to conspiracy to commit mail fraud and wire fraud. DocX produced over one million mortgage assignments. These assignments were used in foreclosures across the country. Brown admitted that she knew that these assignments were being prepared to use in foreclosures.In tens of thousands of cases, these fraudulent documents were used by mortgage-backed trusts to show that the trust acquired a mortgage.