Sarah Palin, Meet Linda Green (And MERS): Was Palin's New Home Purchase Preceded By A "Robosigned" (And Fraudulent) Title Release

Tyler Durden's picture

Yesterday we reported that Sarah Palin has just purchased a new property in North Scottsdale, AZ for $1.75 million. We further speculated that there may have been some fishyness with regard to the terms of the purchase of the JPM short sale which was an over 100% flip in about a year. So far so good. Where this story takes yet another detour into the macabre, is a cursory analysis of the release deed of the prior mortgage holder of the property, one Steven Soraya, who had a loan amounting to $980,500.00 with Wells Fargo, which was released on July 3, 2007 and which just so happens was signed by Robosigner extraordinaire, the one, the only, the infamous Linda Green. Ergo our question: did miss Palin just procure a property to which there is no legitimate title, and which, therefore, may not have been legitimately sold to her? Oh yes, MERS is of course involved too.

Behold Ms. Green's signature on the release of the mortgage (and compare to her original signature).


JPM in turn procured the property courtesy of MERS...


But all may yet be well: the seller, the previously mentioned Ian Whitmore, received a special warranty deed to defend the title.... from JP Morgan.... for $10.


Expect to hear much more on this story.

h/t Manal Mehta


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Dan The Man's picture

I love ZH ! 

But Sarah's got great tits!

Palin 2012!

chet's picture

Yes, you guys PLEASE nominate Sarah Palin!  Please oh please....

Conrad Murray's picture

Show your support below. Or, just drop a line referencing this article..maybe throw in a few questions.!/sarahpalinusa

Things that go bump's picture

That would be about the only thing that would make me vote for Obama for another term.

Bay of Pigs's picture

Why would you vote for either of them? 

Things that go bump's picture

Knee jerk reaction.  On further reflection, my loathing for that ignorant twat does not actually improve that diseased whore Obama's raddled attractions. 

orangedrinkandchips's picture

yeah, dumb as hell but hot. where's the beaver shot?

boooyaaaah's picture

Why do lefties hate Sarah.

Left females are jealous

But I guess left males are just
Listening to the boss to stay out of trouble

Now which female is calling your shots Tyler?
Only you can answer.

vote_libertarian_party's picture

I'm sure Jesus said it was ok.

BobPaulson's picture

Of course, as a carpenter he would see the benefit to the construction industry that "fast track" housing sales have done.

Racer's picture

Now that would be ironic wouldn't it  LOL

Esso's picture

Do you get a prize or sumpthin'?

buzzsaw99's picture

She needs a place that is warm so she can wear scanty bits while hanging by the pool. I wish I could watch.

the left behinds's picture

why do we always get the urge to breed morons ?

OH, because we are all morons . .

buzzsaw99's picture

Welcome to Costco, I love you.

GeorgeHayduke's picture

"Go away...I'm batin'!"

I think that movie did poorly because it hit too close to home.

MrBoompi's picture

LOL that does explain things.

buzzsaw99's picture

Humperdinck! Humperdinck! Humperdinck!

andybev01's picture

A warm rock to sun herself on, just like all of the other lizards in the desert.

Ras Bongo's picture


NEW Harlequin Novel

Harlequin Novel, Updated.... 2011 Version:??


He grasped me firmly, but gently, just above my elbow and guided me into a room, his room. Then he quietly shut the door and we were alone. He approached me soundlessly, from behind, and spoke in a low, reassuring voice close to my ear.
"Just relax."

Without warning, he reached down and I felt his strong, calloused hands start at my ankles, gently probing, and moving upward along my calves, slowly but steadily. My breath caught in my throat.

I knew I should be afraid, but somehow I didn't care. His touch was so experienced, so sure. When his hands moved up onto my thighs, I gave a slight shudder, and partly closed my eyes. My pulse was pounding. I felt his knowing fingers caress my abdomen, my ribcage. And then, as he cupped my firm, full breasts in his hands, I inhaled sharply.

Probing, searching, knowing what he wanted, he brought his hands to my shoulders, slid them down my tingling spine and into my panties. Although I knew nothing about this man, I felt oddly trusting and expectant. This is a man, I thought. A man used to taking charge. A man not used to taking 'No' for an answer. A man who would tell me what he wanted. A man who would look into my soul and say . . . .

"Okay ma'am, you can board your flight now." ------------ I see new career prospects for DSK after his jail time is done with 


wake up America's picture

The whole thing is as forged as the Obamasters birth certificate.  


Hopefully she has title insurance - (with the title company likely owned by JPM).

JW n FL's picture

you may pay for title insurance but it is swiss cheese.. and has been going back a couple of years now. title insurance is just money for nothing becuase the policy covers NOTHING! ask anyone who has closed anything in the last 12 months for resd. and 24 months for commercial.

silvertrain's picture

Linda green only makes around $8 an hour and you expect a clean title, get real..

MrBoompi's picture

Yeah but there must be at least 100 Linda Greens so that comes to $800/hr!

Dick Darlington's picture

...who had a loan amounting to $980,500.00...


That says it all. No offence to this or any other person but when you jump on the gravy train with a loan as big as that you deserve to get burned. It's the same everywhere. Massive leverage to buy "the house of your dreams" and get rich as quick as possible. What happened to common sense? These type of ponzi schemes always end up in tears.

writingsonthewall's picture

Where are all the Palin stooges?


Come on - you need to keep up - somone is dissing your leader and you must defend her at all costs.


Could it be we're into the 'evidence based' accusations and the tea party nutters can't handle evidence? Belief is more their game...

Minyan Vince's picture

what exactly would tea party supporters need to defend on behalf of Mrs. Palin? There is no reference to any wrongdoing by her.

three chord sloth's picture

That's the way I read this too.

If anything fishy happened, it was between Wells Fargo, JPM, and this Whitmore guy, from 2007 - 2010. To me, it looks like she is just one of millions of people who are going to be stuck dealing with faulty home titles for the next few decades... all for the great "sin" of simply buying a house in today's legally defective housing market.

Conrad Murray's picture

Could you quote the part "dissing" Palin? Thanks.

SparkyvonBellagio's picture

Looks like Palin still has residence in Alaska... 

Hopefully the person who got foreclosed on, gets their house back FREE AND CLEAR.




Bob's picture

That's what I was hoping for.  Not as an injury to Sarah, but to make a monumental "teachable moment" about the RE debacle. 

MrBoompi's picture

True, when borrowers don't live up to the contract the banks get the property free and clear. When lenders don't follow the law when it comes to chain of custody, etc. they just have the laws changed or pay a small fine to someone, but keep the property free and clear anyway.

Unfortunately this is the lesson in law we are being taught.

plocequ1's picture

Sounds good to me. As long as her interests don't conflict with mine. Now BTFD

Jim in MN's picture

That's bad. 

This is worse: The place where they are PUTTING the radioactive water at Fukushima is, itself, leaking, stopping all work in its tracks.

TEPCO probes into possible leak at Fukushima

The operator of Japan's troubled nuclear plant is trying to determine where contaminated water from a waste disposal facility is leaking to, after finding that the water level inside the facility has dropped.

Tokyo Electric Power Company has been removing highly radioactive water from the Fukushima Daiichi plant's crippled reactors to the waste disposal facility within the compound.

The utility suspended the transfer from the No.3 reactor on Thursday and checked the water level in its section of the disposal facility.

Engineers learned that the water level had dropped by 4.8 centimeters over a 20-hour period, meaning some 57 tons of water has been lost.

The utility says it inspected inside the disposal facility and found contaminated water leaking to a passageway leading to another building.

TEPCO attributes the problem to a failure to stop the water leaking before the transfer began.

Thursday, May 26, 2011 19:57 +0900 (JST)

BobPaulson's picture

Interesting segue. Did I tell you my father in law with alzheimer's was out wandering around the neighbourhood near his old folks home last week. He fell and got a black eye.

So what do you think about the Canucks in the finals? 

Stormdancer's picture

The water problem is going to be recognized for what it is...probably soon.  I've been keeping an eye on it since the first of April when reports of highly radioactive water were first reported in the basements of reactors 5 and 6.  My immediate response was "5 and 6??...Where's that coming from??"

The implications for groundwater contamination were immediately clear.  Cursory investigation revealed that there was nowhere near enough storage capacity on site to send even half of the water filling the basements of 1-4, and no plans for building enough new storage fast enough to make a dent in the rest.

Since then, the situation has deteriorated, not improved.  Now they've almost filled all available storage and the total amount of radioactive water remaining to be dealt with has increased.

They cannot make meaningful progress in controlling the cores with the basements of these reactors full of deadly hot radioactive water.

In spite of recent news indicating that the construction of some closed loop cooling systems is beginning, they are still at square one with reference to bringing these things to a place where they can remove the fuel or entomb the mess and stop new releases of radioactivity.

Closed loop cooling will help prevent this mess from spiralling completely out of control (if they can actually get it done), but it does nothing more.  It might help lessen the amount of water being added to their already unmanageable lakes beneath the complex, which is good, but it doesn't give them access to the reactors.

They're saying these closed loop systems will recirculate water from the basements, through demineralizer/purifying systems and back into the reactors.  No word on how the basements will ever be emptied to make serious work possible.

I argued early on that they were going to be forced to dump that water into the sea.  A horrible thing, but I still don't see any other option that leads to a final solution.

What are they planning?  To just keep recirculating this water, holding the whole thing at the precarious edge of disaster for the next 200 generations?

No real answers in sight so far....

Fukushima Sam's picture

"What are they planning?  To just keep recirculating this water, holding the whole thing at the precarious edge of disaster for the next 200 generations?"

This statement applies to pretty much all nuclear power plants/waste anyway.

Stormdancer's picture

I've been a nuclear power supporter most of my life.  It is the waste issue that was my blind spot.  I had no idea waste was being stored in pools above reactors all over the world, nor had I learned much about the challenges of long term disposal.

I was also unaware how many decisions about power generation were in reality made to provide a supply of materials for nuclear weapons.

We could have had much safer nuclear power long ago if military and power generation needs had been handled separately and some of the newer thorium fueled designs might yet provide power with a reasonable risk/reward balance.  I don't know...but I do know I will never support any nuclear project in the future unless and until there is a clear solution to any waste generated already fully in place.

That's been the biggest eye-opener about Fukushima from my seat.  I had no idea how desperately unmanagable the waste issue is...and has been since the beginning of the nuclear age.

FreeNewEnergy's picture

Tina Fey is Linda Green.

Now it all makes perfect sense.

Treeplanter's picture

How does one sell a house with no title?  The realtor can't process the sale.

blunderdog's picture

There are plenty of titles to go around.  I don't see a problem.

JW n FL's picture

I need an esquire to File Suit in Federal Court Against the U.S. Government.. more over the President of the United States of America. Pro Bono in the name of Fight Club!


The Law Suit is for breach of the Constitution for bringing home the U.S. Army and now Training the U.S. Army to operate Against "We the People".


Who wants to get some T.V. face time for themselves and for Tyler here.. we want warm bodies to educate we have to up our visible profile.


I am looking for feedback and ideas to make as big a splash as possible! so if you have something that will help, speak up! even if you think its small! speak up! every little thing matters and helps! SO PLEASE!!! Speak Up!