14 February 2014

KingCast and Mortgage Movies Present: A Chat With Security at a Northwest Trustee/Routh Crabtree (RCO) Foreclosure Public Auction.

Several of us who help homeowners have a substantial question as to whether these Trustee sales are truly public in the Spirit of the Statute, for several reasons that include the Spirit behind the Bradburn v. ReconTrust case as well as the fact that security guards don't typically ask you what you are doing shooting video at a public place.... because no one has a reasonable expectation of privacy in a public forum. So what we have here is sort of a limited public forum on private property where Northwest Trustee Services just sort of camps out in the Routh, Crabtree parking lot that is subsidized by all of the banking money RCO gets to handle fraudclosures.... err foreclosures.  The shuttle parking lot is State-owned if that helps in your analysis. Whatever, I don't anticipate Routh will be stupid enough to come at me for any privacy concerns but if they did, I would be more than happy to run video of the entire Court proceedings.  I've never lost a First Amendment defense case on behalf or for any of my clients and I don't plan on starting any time soon. Just ask Apple Computers about that or better yet just watch the courtroom video that prompted them to settle a certain Civil Action.

 Respectfully submitted, Christopher King, J.D.

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