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BREAKING NEWS, OP-ED … (July 18, 2016) …
This post is divided into two segments that interrelate to each other.
I only generally post stuff that is significant and related to chain of title issues.
Here, there is more than meets the eye, which is why I’ve made it more than just a political candidate pitch.
It’s no secret that the Osceola County Circuit Clerk, the Hon. Armando Ramirez, is running for re-election as Clerk of the Circuit Court as Osceola County, Florida. There are at least 3 other candidates running against him this time, but I find a significant reason to ignore the challengers in favor of the incumbent: OSCEOLA COUNTY FORENSIC EXAMINATION … and for that reason especially, I endorse Armando Ramirez for this post!
No other candidate in the race would have the cajones to do what Mr. Ramirez has done in exposing the misdeeds of the banks, their servicers and third-party document manufacturing plants and the law firm scumbag attorneys who participate in the schemes to defraud property owners and rely on documents that are recorded in the real property records of county clerks, recorders and registers’ of deeds offices all over the country.
Clerk Ramirez continues to post the Forensic Examination on his website in spite of the attacks that have come against him in the press for undertaking such a feat. The thing is, this Report is now being used by foreclosure defense attorneys at trial to bolster their cases in defense of property owners, especially in Florida. This Report is being downloaded by viewers in the United States and Canada on the academia.edu website, where the Report ranks in the Top 2% of research downloads.
It is fundamentally important to realize that even though WFTV’s George Estevez brought Florida foreclosure defense attorney Matt Weidner on his newcast to downgrade the Report as “not worth the paper it’s printed on”, and the Orlando Sentinel smeared the Clerk’s good name on the front page of its internet edition when the Report was released, it’s rather odd that the Sheriff of Osceola County is NOT running for re-election again, and it appears that Florida’s 9th Circuit State’s Attorney Jeff Ashton has a serious contender (Aramis Ayala) running for States Attorney in 2016. Sadly, as you remember, Weidner was thumbing through individual pages on camera, but seemed to miss the “Attorney Opinion Letter” favoring the outcome and contents of the report in the back of the Report. I’m glad Weidner is not running for office because you know what I’d have to say about that, right?
Ashton, as you remember, made two improper judgment calls (in my book):
(1) he refused to investigate the allegations in the Report; and
(2) he was caught playing on his personal computer with his personal credit card on the Ashley Madison dot com website (a known website for married men who want to cheat on their spouses), which I find worse than despicable of a public servant.
At least Mr. Ramirez is inclined (and not afraid) to expose the truth, even if the truth hurts. I’m wondering (aloud) if Ayala is going to use that as ammo against him. Considering the fact of what I’m going to share with you in the second segment, it became perfectly obvious to me WHY Ashton didn’t want to prosecute the allegations contained in the Report.
I don’t care whether he became “the face of justice” prosecuting the Casey Anthony case in Florida, he became “the disgrace of justice” in refusing to amass state and local authorities together to conduct a wide scale investigation of the frauds perpetrated in the land records throughout his entire judicial district!
At least Armando Ramirez has the fortitude to “stand up for the little guy”, while his Democratic opponents and judicial counterparts do not, just because it’s “too political”. When it comes to making material misrepresentations in the real property records, by recording them electronically (by wire), which many of them are (and were stated as such in the Report), I want to share a case with you that discusses in principle, the “fullness” of the wire fraud statute, which Ashton could have contacted the Tampa FBI and enlisted their help in prosecuting the allegations contained in the Report. In my book, failure to act constitutes nonfeasance of office, especially when you know something is a political powder keg.
Here’s the case I wanted to share with you: US v Takhalov et al, 11th App Cir No 13-12385 (July 11, 2016)
I find this case unique because the author of this opinion bothered to discuss the differences between deceiving and defrauding, as well as his implicit interpretation of the wire fraud statute. I think that discussing the aspects of wire fraud and its implicit definition is important here, because it involves “intent” and “material misrepresentation”.
The next question I posit here is: What was the intent of the third-party document mills in manufacturing “Assignments of Mortgage” (or Deeds of Trust) by people with absolutely no knowledge of the actual event? Further, why aren’t the servicers also prosecuted for their involvement in directing the foreclosure mill law firm to commit wire fraud by causing these documents to be electronically wired into the land records? After all, this is the NEW thing the FBI is now investigating, servicer fraud.
After you read this court case, you will clearly understand why statutes need to be not only correctly interpreted, but you’ll see Ashton’s nonfeasance of office for failing to investigate and prosecute those responsible for stealing Florida properties in his own judicial district by the use of electronically-filed, real property records. Clearly, this scam has reached into every nook and cranny of every recorder’s office in America!
I have publicly endorsed Aramis Ayala for 9th Circuit States Attorney … I hope she whoops Ashton’s butt in the Florida primaries next month.
If you live in Orange or Osceola Counties in Florida, or know someone who does, you may wish to direct them to this post! Even more, get them to read the Report!
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