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The Equitable One
There has been recent activity  in the Louisiana Bankruptcy case In Re Wilson. This case has had some coverage here on MSFraud already. A search will turn up that  prior coverage - links to other case documents, and commentary.

Recently there has been a post trial brief filed by the US Trustee, as of 2-1-2011. The robo-signing issue/story that broke last September, and the depositions, had some pretty deep impact. I think (a mere lay opinion) the facts of this case, and the systemic patterns of behavior based on the policies and procedures of fidelity/LPS, will shake things much deeper.

Rather damning of the affiant and witness Dory Goebel, and of Fidelity/LPS generally. There is also a transcript from a hearing in December of 2010 that will eventually be available. I am anxious to see the full transcript.

The brief is available on scribd:

http://www.scribd.com/doc/48428649/296-Post-Trial-Brief-Filed-by-Office-of-Us-Trustee

The most recent case docket, as of 2-7-2011, is also available:

http://www.scribd.com/doc/48428916/Docket-in-RE-Wilson-2-7-2011

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William A. Roper, Jr.
Good find, Equitable One!  I have also posted the post-trial brief filed by LPS on 01 Feb 2011:

http://www.scribd.com/doc/48443033/In-Re-Wilson-LPS-Post-Trial-Brief-01-Feb-2011


Many additional related documents are posted at my In Re Wilson Collection on Scribd:

http://www.scribd.com/my_document_collections/2703232


The Federal Court transcripts are typically impounded for ninety days.  The trial was on December 1, 2010, but the transcript wasn't filed until December 20, 2010.  So we should be able to get a look at the underlying transcipt on or about March 20, 2010.

It seems likely that we will see a decision in this case within the next few weeks.
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