Foreclosure Defense Florida


By September 28, 20108 Comments

newspaperThis just in.   The highest court in the State of Florida is powerless to do anything at all about the rampant fraud that burns through the courtrooms of this state.   No guidance.   No direction.   No sanctions.   The Supreme Court apparently won’t even do anything about it or look anymore into.

In one of the greatest legal “punts” of all times, the Supreme Court directs a ranking member of Congress to just call the Florida Bar.   WOW, talk about an insult.



This represents a serious and worsening Constitutional crisis.   Anarchy prevails.


  • MR says:

    The Supreme court has washed their hands like “Poncius Pilate” they don’t want blood on their hands so they let the foreclosing dogs run free , to keep chewing away at homeowners rights ….
    Well they have embolden the criminals to keep on stealing, because the Supreme Court prefer’s that homeowner’s keep going down , while they sit and watch .
    These judges will not lift a finger ….to save the homeowner from the fraudulant onslaught of the most basic human rights …
    In my 58 years on this earth, I have never experienced such a vile Takeover of the Government by a Criminal organization…

    This is a coup d’état a overthrow””a sudden unconstitutional deposition of a government, usually by a small group of the existing state establishment [ Judges ]””typically the military””to replace the deposed government with another body; either civil or military.

    A coup d’état succeeds when the usurpers establish their legitimacy if the attacked government fails to thwart them, by allowing their (strategic, tactical, political)
    consolidation and then receiving the deposed government’s surrender; or the acquiescence of the populace and the non-participant military forces. Typically, a coup d’état uses the extant government’s power to assume political control of the country. In Coup d’État:
    A Practical Handbook, military historian Edward Luttwak says, “A coup consists of the infiltration of a small, but critical, segment of the state apparatus, which is then used to displace the government from its control of the remainder”, thus, armed force (either military or paramilitary) is not a defining feature of a coup d’état.

    ….the Congressmen’s letter’s don’t work , the begging don’t work , only physical presence in a protest …bringing national wide attention to this abuse…. Remember Rosa Park’s boycot…
    one person started a positive reaction from her abused group Black Americans …

    Marching , and Protesting may be our last resource stopping this abuse …Like the Rosa Park’s strong stand against the brutal prejudice of her town…we the foreclosed and evicted victims are also suffering brutal judicial prejudice …. If we don’t start to protest in public pickets we can only blame ourselves . If Mrs Parks had not started her protest ,she might still be sitting at the back of the bus …

    • karenhank says:

      The Supreme Court CHOOSES to pass the buck because they too are attorneys who have probably done similar abuses. I have never had any success with the complaints I filed with the Florida Bar for attorney malpractice even when the malpractice is obvious. An attorney with the Florida Bar in Tampa once told me over the phone that they only investigate “extreme” malpractice cases but later he denied saying that to me.

  • litgant says:

    Matt you belong on the Supreme Court. They cannot do anything because they are part of the court scams. That is my belief.

  • commit11 says:

    We no longer have a system of justice, all we are left with are activist judges that serve their masters.

  • commit11 says:

    How much more will the patriots take?

  • commit11 says:

    The solution will be found in filing criminal complaints against the robo-signers where there is evidence of fraud and individual or class action civil suits against the plaintiffs and mill fraudsters that are perpetrating this fraud.

    We have been on the defense long enough, we now need to go on the offense. We need to overwhelm the Courts with these civil actions and law enforcement with criminal complaints.

    We also need to file complaints against the judges that are ignoring the law and due process as well as protest in mass in front of the slaughterhouses, aka courts.

  • millerjenn says:

    I remember asking a long time ago who these Judges were listening to? My husband and I, after a long pro se battle with Stern’s office, lost our home due to an illegal foreclosure. Long story short, after the Judge granted the Writ of Possession, we discovered that the AG’s office had launched an investigation on Stern’s office just six days before she made the Order. We then immediately filed an emergency motion to Vacate the Judgment Pending the Results of the AG’s Investigation. Her response to us was this was not an emergency and we could come before her in the normal process of hearing. We had already been there 7 times for hearings over the past year and had to be out within 30 days, yet this was not considered an emergency to her.

    I’m not sure who they are listening to or if they are just making up the rules as they go along to get the workload off their desks. It’s absolutely crazy that this is a matter of business to them and rules and laws, when this is people’s homes we are talking about.
    It’s always a different story when it happens to you. I wonder how “they”, meaning the people making these reckless decisions, would feel if it was their home situation….and they had no control over it….and they couldn’t even turn to the law or Court system to help them. I just wonder if that might end up happening to them one day for what they have to done to people and how they have handled this. I wonder who they will listen to when that day comes for them.
    Payback is a you know what…

  • owengar says:

    commit11 is right, that was one of my plans was to find a way to file criminal complaints on these plaintiffs and their atty’s and get media attention. It will also be good to also try counter suit them. But with protection from the very court that is letting it happen, what could be done.
    It’s like yelling, FIRE! no one comes.
    can someone explain this to me?

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