19 July 2011

Justice takes a Holiday: KingCast/Mortgage Movies writes Florida Ethics Professor and Bar Advisor Tim Chinaris, Esq. on NH Mortgage Fraud and "Linda Green" docs.



Please review this situation with all of the earnestness at your command. As someone who has managed a title company and practiced law as a Deputy Attorney General and Federal and State litigator I am appalled at what strikes me as patently unethical behavior here in New England. Specifically the unabashed use of bogus "Linda Green" documents and Attorney Shawn Masterson testilying about the presence of some sort of legitimate original note and mortgage that have never been produced in the case, yet the Court by and through Judge Diane Nicolosi found a way to ignore all of these issues of proof and standing despite vigorous objection by a well-prepared pro se litigant. I have a lot of courtroom video and in every segment her opposing counsel ask me to shut my cameras off or run away from me. Watch the first movie below and read my final ethics complaint going out today. http://www.scribd.com/doc/60360813/Nicolosi-Masterson-Wells-Fargo-Sumski-Wahlquist-Ethics-Rev3

Thank you for telling the Truth in Florida Ethics as noted by my colleague Neil Garfield at his wonderful site "LivingLies."

A Bar staff opinion held it makes no difference whether the case was open or closed or what stage an open case is at in terms of the lawyer’s duty. The opinion said that under Rule 4-3.3 (Candor Toward the Tribunal), the improperly prepared affidavits constitute false evidence, and the lawyer has a duty to disclose that to the courts.
As I write this journal entry Ms. Ingress is filing in Federal Court and also filing a Motion to Quiet Title in State Court. Stay tuned.... for the chilling conclusion as Justice takes a Holiday in New Hampshire.


"Last fall, the nation's largest banks and mortgage lenders, including JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Bank of America and an arm of Goldman Sachs, suspended foreclosures while they investigated how corners were cut to keep pace with the crush of foreclosure paperwork. Mortgage Movies Note: Wells Fargo didn't... they kept on lying and must be punished.

Since then, suspect paperwork has been filed not only with foreclosures, but also with new purchases and refinancings. Critics say the new findings point to a systemic problem with the paperwork involved in home mortgages and titles. And they say it shows that banks and mortgage processors haven't acted aggressively enough to put an end to widespread document fraud in the mortgage industry.
"Robo-signing is not even close to over," says Curtis Hertel, the recorder of deeds in Ingham County, Mich., which includes Lansing. "It's still an epidemic."
In Essex County, Mass., the office that handles property deeds has received almost 1,300 documents since October with the signature of "Linda Green," but in 22 different handwriting styles and with many different titles.
Linda Green worked for a company called DocX that processed mortgage paperwork and was shut down in the spring of 2010. County officials say they believe Green hasn't worked in the industry since. Why her signature remains in use is not clear.
"My office is a crime scene," says John O'Brien, the registrar of deeds in Essex County, which is north of Boston and includes the city of Salem....."

Open letter to Florida Bar Association re: Ethics Complaint on robo-signatures.

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Greetings Professor..... 

I don't know what else to say.....

Please see if you can help Ms. Ingress, it's just epic out here.


http://mortgagemovies.blogspot.com/2011/07/justice-takes-holiday-kingcastmortgage.html

TUESDAY, JULY 19, 2011

Justice takes a Holiday: KingCast/Mortgage Movies writes Florida Ethics Professor and Bar Advisor Tim Chinaris, Esq. on NH Mortgage Fraud and "Linda Green" docs.

Dear Professor Chinaris:
Please review this situation with all of the earnestness at your command. As someone who has managed a title company and practiced law as a Deputy Attorney General and Federal and State litigator I am appalled at what strikes me as patently unethical behavior here in New England. Specifically the unabashed use of bogus "Linda Green" documents.....

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Christopher King, J.D.
http://KingCast.net -- Reel News for Real People
http://MortgageMovies.blogspot.com -- Documenting Deceit


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