Fraudclosure has been raging for years and years. Billions of dollars in improper gains were pocketed by a gang of criminals and consters and not only did our courts stand beside and do nothing about it….our courts in fact were complicit in the whole thing. Our court system in fact signed off on the biggest chunk of the ill-gotten gains…the profits made when taxpayers were thrown into the streets.
On a much bigger billion dollar level, the feds and the regulators continued to pay hundreds of millions in insurance claims while at the same time “our” attorney generals sign off on a deal that lets the consters and the criminals keep their loot….that’s the state of justice in America today folks.
There are approximately 368,000 foreclosure cases pending in Florida right now with several hundred thousand more in the pipeline just waiting to come crushing down on the backs of the taxpayers that bailed out the banks and who are in fact funding this evil, corrupt, criminal enterprise. Will all these old cases and all these new cases, beset and polluted with the stench of fraudclosure and wrongdoing continue to be blessed and confirmed by our nation’s legal system? All indications are that every bit of “leadership” in this country is fully bought in and committed to rewarding the ongoing conspiracy..while at the same time those who are fighting back continue to suffer attacks…this is the state of our criminal justice system today folks.
At least a few sources are reporting with some sense of disgust. Consider this:
A year later, thousands of his company’s former cases are still sputtering through the courts, sometimes stalled as new attorneys get their bearings or even dismissed so fresh paperwork can be filed, foreclosure defense attorneys say.
In fact, in the year since the epic collapse of Stern’s firm, much is unresolved.
- Despite 377 complaints to the Florida Bar related to foreclosure fraud, not a single attorney has been sanctioned. Stern remains a member in good standing.
- The attorney general’s investigation into foreclosure mills withered this year when the state’s power to subpoena them was quashed.
- A required mediation program ordered by the Florida Supreme Court for lenders and homeowners died in December after a lack of participation and cooperation rendered negotiations impotent.