Geoffrey Stilwell 
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Re: “Are Foreclosure Cases Rigged?

In Florida there is a Statute (702.01) which states "All mortgages shall be foreclosed in equity." When "equity" is traced back to its roots in English common law and applied now to mortgage foreclosure actions in judicial foreclosure states, such actions can not be remedied at law (which they should as there are remedies as law in breach of contract disputes, and promissory notes, mortgages and deeds of trust are all contracts) but rather by the personal bias of those judges that determine that a non-paying mortgagor is at fault and just "trying to get a free house." The issue in a mortgage foreclosure action is not whether the defendant (again, in a judicial foreclosure State) has failed to comply with the terms of the mortgage, but rather whether or not the defendant is a debtor to the Plaintiff (bank/corporate legal person). In many thousands of cases in Lee County Florida, for example, since roughly 2007, those Plaintiff's failed to show any causes of action and those judges (mostly reactivated/formerly retired) rubber-stamped citizens of that State out of their deeded real property under the guise of "assisting in an economic recovery", as if that were the mandate under their oaths of office.
Also consider, in any state, the potential conflicts of interest all judicial officers may have in their pensions when a great percentage of those pensions rely heavily on investments in mortgage backed securities. The judiciary in most, if not all, States is/are systemically corrupt. It started in Florida in 1949 when the SC of Florida unconstitutionally integrated all Bar Associations in the State into one Florida Bar, simultaneously integrating that Bar into itself, as "an official arm" without legislative intent, removing the people of Florida from that decision which created a self-regulated elite in membership of the Bar in which all attorneys, judges, justices and the State Attorney General, et al must be members. Hence, the entire judicial system in Florida is a systemically corrupted, self-regulated monster that systematically deprives its citizens of their inviolate constitutional rights to due process of law.

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Posted by Geoffrey Stilwell on 05/17/2014 at 9:04 AM

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