Thursday, April 7, 2011

FAQ - LAW # 3: Why was Mr. Young suddenly unable to hire an attorney in North Carolina?

As noted in the answer to FAQ - LAW # 2, the orchestrated resignations by Mr. Young's representative counsel eventually progressed to the absurd point of NO ATTORNEY IN NORTH CAROLINA would represent him . . . and the reasons provided were similarly nonspecific, evasive, or just outright lies.  For example, "my case load is too large" was a common one, which was said so often by so many, it appeared to be read from a well-circulated script.  It is remarkable how pervasive lying is in this region of the country . . . hence the moniker "Carolina Liars".    

All told over 100 North Carolina law firms were contacted, and the conversations were so odd, they appeared to be out of a modern day episode of "The Twilight Zone".

In carrying out their dastardly fraudulent foreclosures, Paragon Commercial Bank and Wachovia Bank instigated and relied upon this manifestation through their attorneys (Poyner & Spruill, and Nelson Mullins, respectively).  These foreclosures resulted in a grand larceny theft of $46.5 million and were carried out at the behest of Morgan Stanley, pursuant to the directives of Kirkland & Ellis.

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