Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Bank Foreclosure Fraud - Exhibit III - Evidence of Denial of Due Process

Reproduced below was Exhibit III - Evidence of Denial of Due Process  to the January 29, 2010 notice sent to Senior NC Government Officials and Federal Officials seeking their assistance in averting the last and potentially deadly phase of The Worst Bank Foreclosure Fraud in US History on a mortgage that was:
  • ALWAYS paid before the monthly due date
  • NEVER delinquent
  • NEVER in default
  • And on the day of eviction PAID-IN-FULL !!

Note:  This evidenced overwhelming corruption and complete denial of the constitutional right to legal due process.  And because Mr. Young was denied his right to legal representation, the fraudulent foreclosures proceeded UNCONTESTED !!

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Until recently, Spencer Young (“Young”) NEVER had difficulties engaging legal counsel on any matter, and had often been represented by some of the top law firms and attorneys in their fields and locale (e.g., Cadwalader / Dechert / Thacher Profitt / Hahn & Hessen, as creditor), and over a span of 22 years, his real state attorneys never resigned from an engagement.  Moreover, when he began investing in North Carolina, the top NC law firms actively sought his business, and he ended up engaging Womble Carlyle to acquire each of the income producing properties. 

And when Young needed to swiftly engage criminal defense counsel to protect his oldest son from indictment in the Duke Lacrosse Scandal, former NC Supreme Court Judge Burley Mitchell assisted him in finding and engaging Kyle Hall, who was the ONLY defense counsel representing a player entitled to present exculpatory evidence to then DA Mike Nifong BEFORE the grand jury indictments were handed down. 

With this background as context, peruse the table below, which summarizes Young’s recent efforts to engage local legal counsel at the time when Paragon began exhibiting a dichotomous change in their behavior.

Action Undertaken by Young
Engaged six different local law firms to represent his interests
Each one resigned for spurious reasons, and always on the eve of a deadline or critical event
Spoke to over 50 other local law firms in context of engaging them to represent his interests
None wished to represent Young; one mentioned a veiled threat circulating among local attorneys of unspecified dire consequences to anyone who agreed to represent him – another implied this was the case, referencing an “extraneous downside”.
Contacted North Carolina Bar Association’s Law Referral Service
None agreed to represent Young.  And the process was inefficient (one prospect/day)
Spoke directly with Luella Crane, the Director of Attorney/Client Assistance for the North Carolina State Bar
Young was astonished by Ms. Crane evasiveness – she and her staff offered only valueless non-sequiturs.
Bill Matthews of Womble Carlyle earlier offered to provide referral guidance whenever necessary, so he was contacted.
Although Bill had gladly done this in the past (e.g. Burley Mitchell), he recently refused to do so for unspecified reasons.
Kyle Hall was previously willing to help out with referrals, so I called him.
Kyle said he could not help Young out and quickly hung up the phone

Widespread Corruption and Denial of Due Process is obvious here.

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