Jimmy Dore Show: “Reporter Actually In S-Y-R-I-A Exposes Media Lies About Everything “

In Gaza


Very pleased to have been on Jimmy Dore’s show. I have a lot of respect for Jimmy, unabashedly speaking truth on Syria and many other issues–in fact, he has paid a price with Youtube demonetizing his videos. [On that note, how you can support his work:
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May 4, 2017, The Jimmy Dore Show


-This reporter, who actually was in Syria, exposes media lies about everything (Video), Alex Christoforou, May 5, 2017, The Duran

-Western corporate media ‘disappears’ over 1.5 million Syrians and 4,000 doctors, Eva Bartlett, Aug 14, 2016, SOTT.net

-Aleppo: How US & Saudi-Backed Rebels Target ‘Every Syrian’, Eva Bartlett, Nov 29, 2016,  MintPress News

-The Guardian view on Aleppo: More Western lies about Syria, Eva Bartlett, Sep 8, 2016, SOTT.net

*mentioned: [Syrian Militants Have Access to Chlorine Gas: Plant Owner, Apr 1, 2013, NTI

“Radical Islamist militants have access to large…

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Most U.S. homes are worth less than before the crash

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You can’t blame a homeowner in Fresno, Calif., for viewing the thriving metropolis to its northwest with both envy and dismay.

While San Francisco home values have surged since the recession, Fresno’s housing market is stuck in a rut. Less than 3% of homes in the city and its environs have returned to their pre-recession peak, according to a new study from Trulia. Median home values are a teeth-clenching $78,000 below their pre-recession peak.

The difference between the two California markets helps explain a key dynamic of U.S. housing a decade after the foreclosure crisis. Popular measures of the landscape, like S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Index and the FHFA House Price Index, show the market has recovered to levels last seen before the housing market went bust. But according to Trulia, this isn’t the whole, significantly bleaker picture.

Nationally, just one in three homes are worth more now than they were…

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Wells Fargo targeted undocumented immigrants, stalked street corners, lawsuit claims

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On “Hit the Streets Thursday,” Wells Fargo bankers and tellers, specifically those of Latino descent, scouted the streets and Social Security offices for potential clients. Their goal: Find undocumented immigrants, take them to a local branch and persuade them to open bank accounts.

Others hit construction sites and factories, according to court documents. Knowing that undocumented workers there needed a place to cash their checks, Wells Fargo employees urged them to open new accounts while promising to waive check-cashing fees. Some offered the immigrants money to open an account.

The more people signed up, whether it was for checking and savings accounts, credit and debit cards, online banking or overdraft protection, the better. If they signed up for all of the features, even better. Each new account was considered a sale, and the…

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Hang On! More properties underwater in the first quarter: Attom

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Seasonal factors contributed to an 89,000-unit increase in the number of seriously delinquent properties in the first quarter from the fourth quarter of 2016.

The quarter ended with nearly 5.5 million homes seriously underwater, compared with 5.4 million at the end of the fourth quarter and 6.7 million for the first quarter of 2016.

“There is typically a seasonal increase in the share of underwater homes in the first quarter. It’s primarily a result of a corresponding seasonal uptick in the share of distressed sales in the quarter along with a general seasonal lull in home prices, creating a drag on home values.

“This year we also saw an uptick in refinancing loan originations in the fourth quarter of 2016, a sign that more homeowners are leveraging more of the equity in their home, which could also be contributing to the seasonal uptick in the share of homes underwater,” said…

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US’s Largest Doctors Group Just Issued A Dire Warning About The New Trumpcare

Via;  http://occupydemocrats.com/2017/05/03/uss-largest-doctors-group-just-issued-dire-warning-new-trumpcare/

US’s Largest Doctors Group Just Issued A Dire Warning About The New Trumpcare

As the Republicans prepare to ram their atrocious Trumpcare bill down the throats of the American public, the groups who actually understand the bill are coming out in strong opposition to it. The American Medical Association, the largest organization of physicians in the country, just issued a statement condemning the Republican repeal-and-replace bill.

President of the organization, Andrew W. Gurman M.D. explained their concerns:

“None of the legislative tweaks under consideration changes the serious harm to patients and the health care delivery system if AHCA passes. Proposed changes to the bill tinker at the edges without remedying the fundamental failing of the bill – that millions of Americans will lose their health insurance as a direct result of this proposal.”

The Republicans are scrambling to whip votes for the bill, which none of them seem too enthusiastic about. The bill does nothing to strengthen the successes of Obamacare, and takes away provisions that will weaken the healthcare system across the board. Republicans aren’t concerned about the content or the effect of Trumpcare, they just want to be able to say they passed something. Their headlong charge towards a meaningless “legislative victory” will destroy many Americans.

One of the biggest concerns with the bill is that Republicans could strip away the requirement that insurance companies cover people with pre-existing conditions. One of the conceived alternatives the Republicans suggest is “high-risk pools.” Again, Gurman took them to task in his statement:

“High-risk pools are not a new idea. Prior to the enactment of the Affordable Care Act, 35 states operated high-risk pools, and they were not panacea for Americans with pre-existing medical conditions. The history of high-risk pools demonstrates that Americans with pre-existing conditions will be stuck in second-class health care coverage – if they are able to obtain coverage at all.”

Republicans seem to either fundamentally misunderstand how healthcare works, or simply not care. They should heed the advice of experts and abandon their disastrous bill, before it starts killing people.

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Don’t Forget FOIA Requests — Info on Bidding and Title

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Concealed information may still be available. An increasing number of people have showed me that they did receive documents that were responsive to their requests from a government agency — VA, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Sallie Mae etc.

Get a consult! 202-838-6345
https://www.vcita.com/v/lendinglies to schedule CONSULT, leave message or make payments.

Hat Tip to George Riley

George sent in a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to the Veterans Administration (VA) seeking information on who was the creditor and what role the VA had in connection with his loan. What he found was a “new version of the note,” and the fact that Wells Fargo who foreclosed received title to the property and then paid the VA the exact amount of their “credit bid”. While not completely dispositive of the…

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Confidential Ocwen Ledger

docket 1BK Violations

Ledger Ocwen


Here are some quick facts


Deutsche Bank National Trust as trustee for Morgan Stanley ABS Capital 1 Inc., Trust 2007-NC2 Mortgage Pass Tru Certificates series 2007-NC2


Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC


Case No 2015 CA 008446 R  RP


District of Columbia Superior Court Civil Branch.


Dated November 02 2015


Defendant Anita H.Kernacs.


The case was filed by

Michael T. Cantrell ESQ

McCabe Weisberg and Conway, LLC

Laurtell Maryland 20707.


Michael T. Cantrell, Esquire
Kyle J. Moulding, Esquire
Sam Goldstein, Esquire
McCabe Weisberg & Conway LLC
312 Marshall Avenue, Suite 800
Laurel, Maryland 20707
Counsel for Plaintiff

S. Mohsin Reza, Esquire
Troutman Sanders LLP
1850 Towers Crescent Plaza
Suite 500
Tysons Corner, VA 22182
Co-counsel for Plaintiff

Copy mailed to:
Anita H. Kernacs
4101 Albemarle Street, NW #317
Washington, DC 20016

The Complaint was verified by Paul Dickenson who works for Ocwen Loan Services LLC for Deutsche bank as trustee for MSAC 2007-NC2.

The Complain alleges a Default of the principal and wishes to collect the amount and foreclose the property.

The Debtor has a slew of objections to the complaint.

Omnibus order kernacs.

Above is the most recent Order.


Screenshot from 2017-05-04 15:56:34


Plaintiff Objections

Internal files.

loan setup

atty client priv

docket 1





Here is the Declaration By Carlos Andres Uria Esq.  Click the link below.


Note w.o Recourse










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“Eva Bartlett discusses the power outage and daily abuses in Gaza”, ANC Report (AUDIO)

In Gaza

Apr 30, 2017, ANC Report
Thanks to Ryan Dawson for having me on to talk about the hell that is life in Gaza, as well as the struggle of Palestinian political prisoners, and solidarity with Syria.
(*Please note: webcam might be closer than it appears… Sorry for the close-up, some sort of setting or his recording program issue, I suppose.*)

Listen to the discussion HERE


Some points mentioned and related links:

*Gaza Electricity/Sewage Crises and Related*
-Ry Dawson and Robert Inlakesh speak about Gaza
-UN predictions fall short: Gaza uninhabitable today, Dec 21, 2014, RT Op-Edge, (longer version on blog)


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“US Empire Myth-busting (SYRIA) W/Eva Bartlett”: Cindy Sheehan’s Soapbox April 27, 2017

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Originally posted on In Gaza:
* Click HERE TO LISTEN to the interview * RELATED LINKS: –My writings from/on Syria –Those Who Transmit Syrian Voices Are Russian Propagandists? Monitors of ‘Fake News’ Negate Syrian Suffering –Press Briefing at UN, Dec…

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Introduction to Derivatives

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From Garfield’s Guide to Foreclosure Litigation Copyright 2017 GTC Honors, Inc. and Neil F Garfield, publication date TBA


We start with derivatives because that is the origin of the mortgage crisis. An understanding of derivatives and how they were used in the marketplace is the key to understanding how to litigate on behalf of of victims of wrongful foreclosure. Basic black letter law applies to derivatives, claims of securitization, assignments and endorsements.
Any document that purportedly asserts an interest or ownership in property could be classified as a derivative. A derivative is any document that derives its value from something else. In other words, the  document is not worth the paper it is written on unless there is a reference to  something real in the world of commerce.
Hence the title to your car is a derivative instrument in that the document itself is only as good…

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Gretchen Morgensen: A Whistle was Blown, but Who was Listening?

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The Securities and Exchange Commission calls itself the whistle-blower’s advocate. But one participant in the agency’s lauded whistle-blower program isn’t so sure.

He is Michael J. Lutz, an accounting specialist who raised his hand in early 2013 when he was at Radian Group, the giant mortgage insurer. At the time, Radian was still weathering the subprime crisis; it had insured loads of soured mortgages, and Mr. Lutz believed the company was lowballing the amount it might have to pay in claims on the loans.

Mr. Lutz, 31, worked at Radian’s headquarters in Philadelphia verifying that the company’s internal accounting controls were effective. This task is also known as Sarbanes-Oxley testing, named for the Enron-era legislation that bolstered the penalties for accounting fraud.

Radian was required to set aside reserves against potential losses on bad loans, and Mr. Lutz reckoned that his employer was materially understating those amounts. The…

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Florida Attorney Mark Stopa: The party seeking foreclosure must demonstrate that it has standing to foreclose.

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Editor’s Note:  Mark Stopa is an excellent foreclosure attorney located in Tampa, Florida.  We highly recommend his foreclosure blog a www.stayinmyhome.com.


Case No. 5D15-1898.District Court of Appeal of Florida, Fifth District.Opinion filed April 21, 2017.Appeal from the Circuit Court for Lake County, Carven D. Angel, Judge.

Mark P. Stopa, of Stopa Law Firm, Tampa, for Appellants.

Matthew A. Ciccio, of Aldridge/Pite, LLP, Delray Beach, for Appellee, Bank of New York Mellon Trust.

No appearance for other appellees.


Patrick and Catherine Walsh (borrowers) appeal the trial court’s final judgment of foreclosure entered in favor of Bank of New York Trust (the bank). Determining that the bank failed to prove standing, we reverse and remand for the entry of an involuntary dismissal.

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The Constitution of Trinidad and Tobago


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Finally! Kentucky Law Journal Article Cites Accountability for Lawyers Who Wrote Securitization Documents

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Back at the beginning of creating the false pyramid of “Securitization” 9 lawyers in the New York metropolitan area resigned rather than contribute to drafting securitization documents. They all agreed that what was being requested of them was the drafting of documents to cover up a criminal enterprise. This article spells out part of the problem.

Get a consult! 202-838-6345
https://www.vcita.com/v/lendinglies to schedule CONSULT, leave message or make payments.
Hat tip to Bill Paatalo
The issue of attorney accountability for illegal or even criminal activities of their clients is as old as organized crime. The more money there is to be made, the more willing the lawyers are willing to rationalize their involvement. But when their conduct actually enables or promotes illegal…

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CoreLogic: “Mortgage Performance Is Beginning to Deteriorate”

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By K.K. MacKinstry/LendingLies

Today I listened to a webinar about housing trends hosted by website Housingwire.  Ten-minutes after logging in, I logged off.  Chief Economists from Fannie Mae and the Mortgage Bankers Association discussed economic indicators that were little more than banker’s spin.  They stated that Federal Reserve rate hikes would preserve the wealth effect of home equity among the middle class and that tax cuts would help stimulate the economy.  The economic indicators I have reviewed paint a much different scenario emerging.

Contrarians predict that rate hikes will further slow an already slowing real estate market, and that tax cuts will average less than $1,000 dollars per family and will not have a stimulus effect on the housing market. They also discussed the benefits of the Fed selling off 8 trillion dollars of Mortgage-backed Securities and doubted that selling-off these empty trusts would create market volatility. At that point…

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Ocwen Sued by Multiple State and Federal Agencies

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The CFPB complaint makes it easy for lawyers to put together private actions for violations of federal law and with few revisions violations of state law. You have a template here that will go a long way toward establishing credibility to homeowners who are victims of intentional malfeasance by servicers, master servicers, trustees and others. At the very least this data in the lawsuit firmly establishes that there was reckless indifference to the consequences visited upon homeowners and the investors whose money wat at risk.

Ocwen pursues the goal of foreclosure at the behest of banks that have no actual interest in the alleged loans. These lawsuits represents actual findings of misbehavior in the “servicing” of purported loans including wrongful foreclosures. It is a pandemic problem not limited to Ocwen. At some point, perhaps now, the question that needs an answer will be answered: Why pursue foreclosure at all costs…

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