Also a new lawsuit is coming, Rob Somerton and his attorneys are gathering empirical pattern and practice evidence:
Our attorneys are exploring a new lawsuit against Bank of America over mortgage fraud, they've ask me to handle the initial intake because of my extensive online social network. They're asking for a ONE page description/timeline of YOUR Countrywide/BoA Modclosure (modification/foreclosure) experiences. We are taking in stories from all 50 states, still working out the parameters/details.
Folks can pm me here on fb or e-mail
Rob - email@example.com — with Lainey Hashorva and 50 others inUnited States.
Note: In the above thumbnail see how the Chicago Tribune is reading along about the corruption in Maryland. Not the first time they have followed me; my idol Mike Royko wrote not one but two stories about one of my First Amendment Tattoo cases when I was a practicing Civil Rights lawyer. Today they were reading this journal entry and that journal entry about twice-sanctioned Teflon Don Thomas P. Dore.
Note: I have downloaded all the relevant docs from Pacer and will post by tomorrow morning. The video is not directly related to either of these cases but serves as a good primer on the over-arching aura of skullduggery practiced by Bank of America.
The Plaintiff-based Seattle law firm of Hagens, Berman, Sobol & Shapiro (no relation to THAT Shapiro, ahem) has sued in RICO in the Colorado case of George et al. v. BoA and Urban Settlement Services 13-CV-01819 PAB/KLM. The scope of Bank of America’s illegality vis a vis America’s mortgage crisis knows no bounds. Just this month a class action lawsuit was filed in Colorado because of Bank of America’s systemic fraudulent conduct:
The complaint, filed in U.S. District Court in Colorado on July 10, alleges that Bank of America masterminded a scheme which allowed it to deny help it had promised to give thousands of its customers in exchange for $45 billion it took in bailout funds.
“We believe that Bank of America gamed the system, perpetrating a fraud on both its customers and American taxpayers,” said Steve Berman, managing partner of Hagens Berman and one of the attorneys who filed the lawsuit. “BofA promised that it would work with homeowners to modify their mortgages under the HAMP program. Instead it took $45 billion in taxpayer money and fought as hard as it could to avoid granting modifications, squeezing every last dollar from its customers and wrongfully foreclosing thousands of people’s homes in the process.”