The Foreclosing Adventures of Pinocchio

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Fri, 04/29/2011 - 16:21 | 1221988 chunga
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Just a simple scriveners error. A good rocket judge will order a Writ of Possession (to somebody???) in about...oh...30 seconds. Then it's off to the links for 18 holes.

This CNN Interview is about the most arrogant I've yet to encounter.

Here is a sample of the questions posed by the pesky reporter.

Poppy: Is this a foreclosure mill…is this a factory?

Judge Soud: That’s silly.

Poppy: But are two or three minutes…is that enough time to look at a foreclosure case and make that final judgment?

Judge Soud: In most of the cases where you see a property owner not there that property owner has defaulted so when that is the case then 3 minutes…when the lawyers we know say that everything is in order then we feel like that is adequate time.

Poppy: But the lawyers represent the banks…doesn’t the judge need to look for…

Judge Soud: No. We do not need…I am not there to check every exhibit.

Poppy: There have been harsh allegations of fraud that this court is acting in a fraudulent way by whipping through foreclosures.

Soud: There is no evidence and I want to say this with as much clarity as I can nothing has been presented to the Fourth Circuit that there is any fraud…uh…being perpetrated on the court. What’s being classified as possible fraud can also be classified as sloppiness, can be classified as neglect…uh…and but the technical aspects, the legal aspects we do not experience that.

I urge the readers to watch the video…pay keen attention at about the 3:20 mark to see the Honorable one actually twiddle his pudgy little thumbs.

blech

Fri, 04/29/2011 - 16:13 | 1221964 apberusdisvet
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Title, title, who's got the title?  In the absence of documentation, the house should become the property of the local county courthouse (a defrauded entity) and be auctioned off to provide funds to keep property taxes low.

Phruck the banksters and their lying attorneys.

Fri, 04/29/2011 - 19:02 | 1222516 MrPalladium
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+1000 - Best suggestion I have heard in months!!!

Fri, 04/29/2011 - 16:00 | 1221940 illyia
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How on earth can they ever hope to straighten this out? Half the mortgages are long out of date... I mean those properties have been refinanced long after the original MBS were issued and who went back and changed the stats to reflect it...?

No one. No one got paid for it so no one did it.

This is so much worse than even the worst case scenario that it is just unspeakable...

And, what if the original debtor with all the refinancings finally sold clean and clear - no residue of debt - and the new owner's property (who has nothing to do with all those prior claims that should have been corrected but were not) is now the target of - what? Foreclosure? On a mortgage overwritten three years ago ? To someone long gone ???

Ugh. Makes my head hurt...

Fri, 04/29/2011 - 15:31 | 1221807 HyperinflatmyNutts
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Why don't we hang all the Banksters by Pinocchio Nose??

Fri, 04/29/2011 - 15:26 | 1221790 MrBinkeyWhat
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We don't need no stinking papers!

Fri, 04/29/2011 - 14:47 | 1221587 disabledvet
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Your Pinochio is clearly wearing the wrong clothes.  I recommend the "black pajama/AK toting" version.

Fri, 04/29/2011 - 18:33 | 1222431 SparkyvonBellagio
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Pinochets/I mean Pinochio's nose should basically be entering some hind quarter labeled US TAX PAYER!

Then the picture would be about right. 

And yes, without,,,, the courtesy of a reach around.

Put these A-Holio's in JAIL or worse.

Guatanamo/Folsom/Joliet sounds like a good start.

No Country Club lockup's for these folks.

Full Blown- BunkyTown for them.

 

 

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