Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Police Brutality & Corruption Complaints Filed In The Worst Bank Foreclosure Fraud in US History

Pendergrass             Blackwood               Clayton                   Stanford               Stephens
Reflected below is the template used to file Police Brutality & Corruption Complaints Against the Woefully Corrupt Orange County (North Carolina) Sheriff (Lindy Pendergrass), Major Charles Blackwood and other deputies who have abused their authority (e.g., JC Clayton), along with collaborating public officials (e.g., Court Clerk James Stanford and Magistrate Gregory Stephens).  

These folks believe that they are above the law -- FALSE.  In fact, they are bullying menaces to society and they MUST be removed and fully prosecuted for their criminal roles in The Worst Bank Foreclosure Fraud in US History.

Complaint Template

To:   Targeted Law Enforcement Organizations at the Federal & State Levels

Re:    Police Brutality & Corruption – Orange County (NC) Sheriff’s Dept.

Thank you for speaking with me today by phone.

You will note this complaint is deliberately unconventional and attention-getting, in response to extensive cover-up efforts. Moreover, it is being shared with numerous news media outlets due to its seriousness, scope and magnitude. It is presented in three formats: (1) video; (2) presentation slides; and (3) written narrative. 

The criminal activities occurred over the time period of January 29 through February 2, 2010, which were intended to be the coup de grace of what is arguably the worst bank foreclosure fraud in U.S. history (http://www.morganstanleygate.com/2012/04/what-makes-this-worst-bank-foreclosure.html), which should become apparent as you review the evidence, incorporated herein by URL reference: 

Presentation slides addressing: 

In closing, my quest for justice is summarized in a two-minute video, which I’ve delivered in five languages to underscore its importance: http://www.morganstanleygate.com/2012/03/countdown-to-justice-begins-in-two.html

And as I mentioned in our phone conversation today, by merely initiating the investigations in this instance of police brutality and corruption, the many elements of this scandal will thus unravel and countless others will benefit from the revelations that will then unfold. Moreover, I reproduced (below) one of the slides which aptly summarizes why I believe this MUST be prosecuted. 

I can be reached at: 
· Phone: 919-357-2844 

Spencer C. Young

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