Alleged mail bomber lost home to bank once owned by Secretary Mnuchin

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Alleged mail bomber lost home to bank once owned by Secretary Mnuchin

Alleged mail bomber lost home to bank once owned by Secretary Mnuchin

Chicago Tribune-

The bank that foreclosed on the home of Cesar Sayoc, the suspect in the pipe bomb mailings, was formerly owned by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.

Sayoc lost his home in 2009 when IndyMac moved to foreclose on his south Florida home, according to Florida property and court records. IndyMac was a California-based bank that failed during the recession and was later purchased by a group of investors that included Mnuchin. IndyMac was renamed OneWest Bank.

Further, there are signs that Sayoc may have been a victim of a controversial industry practice during the recession.

The lawyer who signed Sayoc’s foreclosure paperwork was Erica Johnson-Seck, a lawyer for OneWest. Johnson-Seck was an official at the center of OneWest’s so-called “robo-signing” scandal. Robo-signing is where banks signed off on thousands of legal documents automatically without checking their accuracy, causing thousands of people to lose their homes without proper procedures.

[CHICAGO TRIBUNE]

See the fraudulent assignment of mortgage I pulled from Broward County below:

Cesar Sayoc ASMNT by DinSFLA on Scribd

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