Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Bank Foreclosure Fraud - The Indictment Filed Includes 31 Counts

The excerpt below covers The 31-Counts (or Charges) Against Paragon Commercial Bank and Poyner & Spruill and is from the Jan. 29, 2010 Notice sent to Senior officials for North Carolina and the Federal government 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 !!
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Listed below are Counts (or Charges) Filed Against . . .
whose actions were carried out at the behest of . . .

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

Those Indicted
The noted elements of CRIMINAL FRAUD translate into numerous criminal/civil charges which are hereby formally made against Paragon Commercial Bank and Poyner & Spruill and the following individuals:
  • Robert C. (“Bob”) Hatley, CEO of Paragon Commercial Bank
  • James W. (“Jim”) Hoose, Jr., a Senior Vice President at Paragon Commercial Bank; 
  • Daniel G. (“Dan”) Cahill, a Partner of Poyner & Spruill; and 
  • David M. Warren, a Partner of Poyner & Spruill 
  • Matthew C. (“Matt”) Davis, Chief Credit Officer of Paragon Commercial Bank; and 
  • Martin Borden, Senior Vice President at Paragon Commercial Bank
Hatley             Borden          Cahill          Davis          Hoose             Warren

The Charges (or Counts) in this INDICTMENT
The charges are as follows:
  1. Aiding & Abetting Fraud, Racketeering, Extortion, Sabotage & Corruption;
  2. Negligent Loan Processing and Administration;
  3. Unscrupulous and Deceitful Banking Practices;
  4. Bad Faith Actions Intending to Create a Default;
  5. Fraudulent Declarations of Default;
  6. Defamatory Actions With Malicious Intent;
  7. Lender Liability for Tortious Interference in the Operation of a Business;
  8. Contractual Interference with Current and Prospective Tenants;
  9. Wrongful Accelerations;
  10. Intentional Infliction of Economic Duress;
  11. Wrongful Foreclosure Actions;
  12. Intentional Suppression of Evidence and Denial of Due Process of Law;
  13. Wrongful Repossession;
  14. Unauthorized Exercise of Ownership Over Property Belonging to Another;
  15. Unlawful and Unauthorized Conversion of Realty;
  16. Fraudulent Conveyance;
  17. Embezzlement of Rent Income;
  18. Grand Larceny Theft of Funds on Deposit;
  19. Grand Larceny Theft of The Pit Stop of Durham;
  20. Grand Larceny Theft of W/S Graham Street Parcel;
  21. Grand Larceny Theft of 110 Graham Street Parcel;
  22. Malicious Intent to Inflict Emotional Distress;
  23. Breach of Contract;
  24. Gross Misrepresentation and Fraud in the Inducement;
  25. Breach of Duty of Good Faith and Fair Dealing;
  26. Breach of Fiduciary Duty as a Banking Institution;
  27. Malicious Intent to Defraud;
  28. Violations of Deceptive Trade Practices Act;
  29. Willful Disregard for Rights to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness;
  30. Grand Larceny Theft of Meadowmont Village Condo of Chapel Hill; and . . .
  31. Conspiracy to commit murder

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