CORRUPT JUDGES DESTROY AMERICA’S
PROMISE TO EQUAL PROTECTION
By Adonis Hampton United States of America Contact publisher via email
Legal / Law December 10, 2009
Florida Judge Conspires With Foreclosure Lender To Cover-up Mortgage Backed Securities, and Foreclosure Fraud.
(Free-Press-Release.com) December 10, 2009 —
On November 30, 2009, a Florida Judge William P. Levens, from the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit Court, ruled in favor of a Mortgage Backed Securities Trust, who was attempting to foreclose on the owner of a property located in Tampa, Florida.
The foreclosure was filed in September of 2008. At that time the trust admitted that it had lost the promissory note, and did not know when it was lost. When asked to produce the original promissory note, and not a copy thereof, which is required by Florida Statute 673.3091, and 90.953, the trust produced a copy of the promissory note, but the trust was not a signatory on that note, and they claimed that the original lender, American Home Mortgage, who filed for bankruptcy one month after the loan closed, assigned the promissory note to them.
Approximately 1 1/2 years later, after the property owner file a motion to have the case dismissed due to a fraudulent assignment allegedly assigned by MERS to the trust, and because the trust could not provide any evidence that it was the rightful owner of the promissory note, the trust retained the International Law Firm Greenberg Traurig, P.A.
The foreclosure law in Florida is clear on what is required for a lender to legally pursue foreclosure when the promissory note has been lost, or destroyed. In order to re-establish a lost promissory note, the trust was require to prove that MERS (Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc.) was in actual possession of the promissory note at the time it allegedly assigned the promissory note to the trust.
Although the trust never produced any evidence to meet the burden imposed by Florida Statue 673.3091, and 4 other Appellate Court decisions which created a clear precedent in the law, Judge William P. Levens ruled in favor of the trust, without providing any legal explanation as to why he ruled in favor of the trust, and why the trust was not required to meet the legal burden imposed by Florida law.
However, the case has been appealed to the Florida Second District Court Of Appeals, which recently, on Feberuary 12, 2010, overturned another corrupt judge who rubber stamped a fraudulent foreclosure on behalf of the (gangsters) banksters.
After the appellate court overturned his decision, the judge admitted that he had done a piss poor job of judging in the case. Click Here to See Judge Admits He Screwed Up! article, or to review the actual case Click Here.
I believe that when prominent International law firms get involved, and the Judge has an In Pro Per litigant who has no political power to speak of, the ground is fertile for judicial corruption. I believe that this Judge has corrupted the judicial system, and I’m hoping that anyone from a media outlet will assist us in exposing this judicial corruption, and injustice to the light of day.
If you believe in America’s promise of equal protection under the law, please help us expose this corruption on behalf of all homeowners across America who are fighting to protect their homes from fraudulent foreclosures.Tags: fight foreclosure, foreclosure, foreclosure help, foreclosure specialist, mortgage fraud, mortgage securitization, prevent foreclosure, promissory note defense, reconveyance, Stop Foreclosure, title reconveyance