UPDATE: Orlando TV Video speaks to other Clerks and Recorders to Act!

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UPDATE: Orlando TV Video speaks to other Clerks and Recorders to Act!

UPDATE: Orlando TV Video speaks to other Clerks and Recorders to Act!

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Old news? Not really!

Despite the fact this video appears to have been aired in Orlando over 5 months ago, the impact of its topical conversation is certainly being felt on a national scale. See the video at the link below (you may have to copy and paste this link into your browser if it doesn’t work here):

http://www.wftv.com/videos/news/video-osceola-county-set-to-take-on-fraudulent/vCcNp4/

The auditor you saw featured in the video (Hector Acosta) ran “point” on the forensic examination, which was initially conducted from July 14, 2014 through July 18, 2014 and took five (5) months to process all of the information into a report nearly 800 pages in length. There will be a press conference held later in January to announce the findings of the report. As expected, they were troublesome. I will save the glory for the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Armando Ramirez, who is the first Clerk in the United States to take on such a task. This was not just a simple “audit” because in Florida, the Circuit Clerks of their respective court records also maintain all of the county real property records; thus, the task compared what each said about specific cases and how the recorded documents were utilized in the court filings to tie the mortgages together with the notes.

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