Friday, January 13, 2012

Bank Foreclosure Fraud - FRAUD Element # 17 of 20 - Orchestrated "Kangaroo" Court Proceedings

The last phase in the Worst Bank Foreclosure Fraud in U.S. History entailed TWENTY separate elements of FRAUD on mortgage loans that were:
  • ALWAYS paid before the monthly due date
  • NEVER delinquent
  • NEVER in default
  • And with regard to Mr. Young residence in Chapel Hill, NC, the subject mortgage loan was PAID-IN-FULL on the day he was violently evicted by a SWAT team of corrupt cops.
The 20 Elements of Fraud Were Perpetrated By . . .

. . . At the behest of . . .

. . . to cover-up the FRESCA crimes of MorganStanleyGate 

This entry covers . . .
 which involved . . .
Orchestrated "Kangaroo" Court Proceedings

In the rare instance where a continuance was granted, the extension of time was so dramatically cut back from that which was requested, it served the same purpose as a denial. At the hearings presided by Carl Fox and James Stanford, Mr. Young went on the record to declare the entire series of hearings to be KANGAROO PROCEEDINGS, a complete SHAM, and the byproduct of EXTENSIVE CORRUPTION.

In Wake County, Judge Carl Fox denied Mr. Young’s motion for sufficient additional time to engage legal counsel, and denied Mr. Young the opportunity to present obvious and irrefutable evidence that the subject loans were NOT in default, and prima facie proof that Paragon Commercial Bank, in collaboration with Poyner & Spruill had committed CRIMINAL FRAUD 

          Judge Carl Fox                   Court Clerk James Stanford
In Orange County, Mr. Young was granted no motion for continuance by Orange County Court Clerk James Stanford concerning his condominium residence, but allowed to represent his corporation for reasons the presiding clerk (James Stanford) would not articulate. However, when availed the opportunity to present the evidence of FRAUD, chronic “objections” were ALWAYS “sustained” with no basis articulated as to why, thereby yielding same effect as not allowing Mr. Young to represent his interests. 

This was a complete disgrace of the U.S. System of Justice and an abomination of Mr. Young’s civil and constitutional rights.

Importantly, Congress did NOT bail out Banks so they could defraud and persecute the taxpayers who bailed them out. Moreover, the corruption observed in this matter alone, suggests a threat to the integrity of the U.S. Justice System may exist.

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