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AN UNJUST EVICTION AND A DAUGHTER SHOOTS HERSELF

Allegations of judicial misconduct and foreclosures by California judges mushroom

October 18, 2007

By AHRC News Services

San Clemente, California -

The following suicide report and mushrooming allegations of Judicial Misconduct by California judges were sent to the Los Angeles Times and public officials with a request for investigations.

Dear Los Angeles Times Publisher, Editors, Reporters and Elected Government Officials:

A grieving San Clemente mother reported today that her mentally fragile young daughter subjected to a drawn out fraudulent foreclosure lawsuit by Orange County, California homeowner association foreclosure lawyers and a judge, shot herself after she received notice that the judge ruled to throw her mother out of her family home.

Attached is the the mother's communication and her contact information.

Homeowners trapped in HOAs and hauled into courts and scammed, report that:

• homeowners NEVER receive justice from the judges in the Orange County California Courthouse

• Orange County judges are rewarding homeowner association lawyers with millions in legal fees for committing fraud

• the California State Bar, the Governor, the California State Attorney General, the District Attorney and the California Chief Justice all have refused to investigate reports of fraud, extortion, corruption, racketeering and fraudulent foreclosures by HOA lawyers

• these HOA lawyers belong to the foreclosure lobby trade group Community Associations Institute (CAI) and work in the courtrooms on their cases as Court Commissioners,Pro-tem judges, Judges, and also as Private Rental Judges charging HOA victims $500 an hour

• the California governor and politicians take millions in donations from CAI foreclosure lawyers and vendors and pass laws that facilitate liens and foreclosures for HOA lawyers' fees

• while homeowners are reeling in a flood of lawsuits and fraudulent foreclosures, lack of health, education and other basic public services, their taxes are funneled to build palatial courthouses and employ hundreds of foreclosure lawyers to work as judges and support staff to service the litigation floods these lawyers generate.

• CAI foreclosure lawyers and vendors finance the campaigns, junkets and seminars of Orange County judges

We ask both the media and the government officials to look into these allegations of Legislative and Judicial Misconduct and Due Process Violations by the judges in the California Courtrooms.

Sincerely,

AHRC Staff


MY DAUGHTER COMMITTED SUICIDE


October 17, 2007

By Jerri Beardslee

This is just one of a flood of horror stories from the Orange County , California Courtrooms where courtroom shakedowns, fraudulent levies, vindictive, million dollar lawyer fee judgments to lawyers who commit fraud , and fraudulent foreclosures are routine.

Jim Troutman committed suicide in September 1994 after his HOA lawyers mired him into a series of lawsuits to prevent his wife, a government auditor, from serving on the board after the homeowners elected her. .... AHRC News Services

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The judge had a trial without my presence or notice, and gave the judgement to MY daughter, Shawna Beardslee, 37 years old. She committed suicide upon receiving the notice of judgment from the court,

Shawna killed herself before learning that the court overturned the judgment and cancelation of my 30 year lease with this ruthless HOA at Palm Beach Park, San Clemente, California. YOu may publish this at will.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: F.M. JERRI BEARDSLEE
Date: Oct 17, 2007 12:12 PM

Subject: Re: Debt Burdens • Courtroom Corruption • HOA Manager • Hiding Records
To: ahrcnews

PLEASE CALL ME, I JUST RECEIVED A DISMISSAL OF MY HOA UNLAWFUL,UNLAWFUL DETAINER DEFAULT JUDGMENT, WHERE THE JUDGE HAD A TRIAL WITHOUT MY PRESENCE OR NOTICE, GAVE THE JUDGMENT, LAGUNA HILLS COURT, AND ONLY AFTER THREE REQUESTS FOR RECONSIDERATION, AND MUCH MONEY AND GRIEF, THE JUDGE HAD TO CONCEDE IMPROPER SERVICE, NO NOTICE, MY 30 YEAR LEASE, HE PREVIOUSLY TERMINATED WITHOUT CAUSE, AND HAD TO REINSTATE IT, AFTER I PROVED RENT WAS NEVER LATE, HOA ATTORNEYS STANLEY FELDSOTT, GREGORY LEW, AND OTHERS LIED, PARK PRES. JEAN WILEY WHO VOTED HERSELF INTO THE PRESIDENCY AT PALM B EACH PARK ASSOC, S. CLEMENTE, CA, ALL LIED, LIED. LIED.

IF YOU WANT AN EMAIL OF OUR COURT FILINGS, SAY THE WORD, THESE PEOPLE MAKE HITLER LOOK LIKE MOTHER TERESA, RUTHLESS, GREEDY, HORRIBLE, YOU SHOULD HAVE BEEN IN COURT.

JUDGE SAID THE PARK ATTYS HAD " UNCLEAN HANDS" BAD FAITH", THE FELDSOTT AND LEE LAW-FIRM, FABRICATED LATE NOTICES, HELD FIVE MOS OF RENTS AND SAID THEY WERE NOT PAID, AFTER MY BANK SENT THEM AUTOMATIC PAYMENTS FOR OVER TWO YEARS, ALWAYS ON TIME.

THE PARK SEWER EXPLODED IN MY YARD, FLOODED MY ENTIRE TRIPLE WIDE HOME UNDERNEATH AND BRICK YARD WITH 5 INCHES OF RAW SEWAGE. I REPORTED THEM TO HEALTH DEPT, MAYOR , OTHERS, THEY RETALIATED, REFUSED TO CLEAN UP THE HUMAN WASTE ALL OVER MY YARD,. I GOT HYPLORIC BACTERIA, TWO HOSP VISITS, MAJOR SUR....

JERRI BEARDSLEE
San Clemente, California
949-492-1045

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Barnegat man's work at WTC leaves him ill, facing foreclosure
By EMILY PREVITI Staff Writer, 609-978-2014
Published: Saturday, October 20, 2007
BARNEGAT TOWNSHIP - Charles Giles has endured failing health, mounting medical bills and limitations to life as he knew it before Sept. 11, 2001.

Soon, he might add homelessness to the list.

When Giles, then an EMT, responded to the disaster scene at the World Trade Center more than six years ago, he didn't think it would later cost him his home.

But days of inhaling fumes at the site continue to provoke health problems that have prevented Giles from working. The problems were compounded by unanswered medical claims.

Family hardships that began with cutting out cable TV have culminated in their home's foreclosure in March and impending sheriff's sale Oct. 30.

Ocean County sheriff's records show Giles appealed the sale and that the sheriff's office twice delayed the sale originally set for Aug. 21. Judge Fred A. Buczynski pushed the date from Sept. 18 to Oct. 30.

Giles said he hopes to block the sale by filing suit against Wachovia Bank for alleged missteps in their dealings with him but acknowledged that it would likely take a "miracle" to prevent the auction.

Giles' attorney did not return calls for comment.

Wachovia Bank spokespeople declined to comment because their confidentiality policy prohibits talking about clients.

Giles said he missed his first mortgage payment in November 2006, four years and eight months after he closed on the house (the family moved from Bergen County to Barnegat Township in 2002). He has $216,320 left to pay for his home, plus $9,318.57 in legal costs related to foreclosure proceedings, according to Mary Batot, principal clerk for foreclosures in the Ocean County Sheriff's Office.

"If my 9-11 case was processed when should have been, none of this would have been happening," Giles said.

Giles has faced red tape with multiple agencies: Safe Horizon, New York's Crime Victims Board, New York's Workers' Compensation Board and others. As he waits, medical costs keep mounting.

Giles took oral steroids for five years to treat worsening asthma, which caused bone loss and eventually required replacement of his right hip. He anticipates at least two other surgeries: replacement of the other hip and his right knee are pending and a lung transplant is possible. In addition to incurring bills, complications -14 prescriptions, fractioned pulmonary function and hip replacement and another two or three pending surgeries - have prohibited the father of two from working. With doctors' visits and $400 worth of prescriptions, Giles said he faces more than $1,000 in medical bills each month. And his disability ran out this fall.

Giles, who started working as an emergency responder 16 years ago, is quick to emphasize he would choose to respond to the emergency again. The self-described workaholic still craves the challenges of the job and currently serves on the board of the Pinewood Estates Volunteer Fire Company.

"I want to work," Giles said. "I feel like I let my family down."

Giles said he, his wife and their 12 and 15-year-old daughters would likely seek a local apartment if their home is sold at the end of this month. The family wants to stay in Barnegat, Giles said, so the girls can finish school there and to stay in the warm embrace of the community that has extended services to them.

These recent developments in Giles' plight come on the heels of a decision by the New York City medical examiner to reject the Ocean County Medical Examiner's ruling that the death of New York Police Department Detective James Zadroga, 34, of Little Egg Harbor, was directly related to his work at Ground Zero. Zadroga retired to his parents' home in Little Egg Harbor after getting sick.

"Jimmy dedicated his life to protecting the residents of New York City," Giles said. "Refusing to rule his death due to 9-11 … is despicable. … How many people have to die before they start helping us?"

To e-mail Emily Previti at The Press:

EPreviti@pressofac.com

 

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