As I have completed my task for the day, shall set the record straight. I have never claimed to be a foreclosure defense activist or expert. Secondly, I have never advised, suggested or offered advice on how to use any information in a legal setting and never will.
Roper said: “Actually, I am well aware of Texas's identity and his history of foreclosure defense activity (which is VERY recent).”
“VERY recent,” in excess of a decade and a half, any doubt to that, contact the owner of MSFraud.
Roper said:“When Texas first became engaged in foreclosure defense, he sent me several largely incoherent and poorly written documents for critique. I gratuitously and voluntarily shared with him a private critique of his work.”
True, there was critique with a request to provide case law to support the position, at that time; no case law existed, today, case law is in process of making its way through the courts. Unidentified Indorsee. One such case, noted below.
“NC Court of Appeals handed down its decision in the case of "In the Matter of the Foreclosure by David A. Simpson, P.C., Substitute Trustee, et al" on May 3, 2011. A copy of the decision is reported at 2011 WL 1645699. (In so holding, the court looked to section 1-201(21) of the UCC for a definition of "holder". That section defines holder as the person in possession of the note that is payable either to bearer or to an "identified person that is the person in possession". Even though the original of the note was produced at the hearing, possession was deemed insufficient as the allonge endorsement did NOT property identify the transferee of the note. The court looked to section 3-110, but noted that the comments to that section state that this provision merely determines who can deal with an instrument as holder; it does not determine ownership of the note.”
Roper said: "He didn't like my critique and instead of introspectively examining his own work and understanding (rather the point of seeking a critique, right?), I received back a hostile message telling me that I was wrong about everything relating to mortgage foreclosure fraud."
Roper wrong, hardly, the courts mentality would be better left to Roper’s method of defense as that is the courts current level of understanding.
Roper said: Thereafter, a few weeks later, "Texas" began holding himself out as an "expert".
Have never claimed to be an expert, true, I do concentrate in the commercial arena and I do communicate with a number of learned persons. Learning; will shall let the test of time determine.
Roper said: Unquestionably, "Texas" is learning.