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Judicial Corruption & Mortgage Foreclosure in Florida---can we prove it? (A Survey)

Carrie Luft is seeking to overturn a Final Judicial Decree which was upheld on appeal in Florida.  The only way to reopen the case is the prove judicial corruption.  Wrongful foreclosure and fraudulent claims to standing, after a case is final, can only be proved if the system itself is indictable, if there is demonstrable systematic fraud on the Court---if the system is "broken," if the judges are either "bought and paid for" or coerced into thinking in conformity with the Banks' position.  All of these things have to be proved as a conspiracy to defraud and impose uniform outcomes on foreclosure cases.  It is a ONE THEORY, ONE SHOT, deal, although everyone who has been a victim can and could try (and I wish they would).
To prove this systemic corruption, which many people suspect, we need to gather EVERYONE who has been a victim together in one place, and that place is going to be reserved and formed through the complaint we are preparing in Carrie's case.  If we fail, Carrie has no chance to regain her home, but I have already taken a blood oath that I will never stop until I have figured out a way to restore judicial integrity and moral honor to the judicial system in which I quite literally started my legal career, and of which I once dreamed of being an integral part.  Carrie is the first person I know who has accepted the challenge of doing everything that is necessary to try to take on the system.  Carrie literally has only this one option: prove that the system if "fixed", broken, and corrupt.  I ask you, everyone who receives this survey:
535 Gayley Avenue, #214
Los Angeles, California 90024
And if you have further or additional direct or circumstantial evidence of judicial corruption in Florida, how it is done and how does it, please write a letter about that as well.  We are looking to prove habits and routine practices of Judges according to Rule 406 of the Federal Rules of Evidence. 
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RICO, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, may be a remedy for the lawlessness that is sweeping our courts and nation. Last week I moved for reconsideration in the U.S. Court of Appeals under RICO, as set forth below.

We owe a debt of gratitude to Florida attorney Mary Alice Gwynn who sued The Florida Bar under RICO in April 2008, see Lanson v. The Florida Bar, case no. 9:08-cv-80422-WJZ, U.S. District Court, S.D. of Florida. Although the case was voluntarily dismissed, it was a brave first step. Ms. Gwynn was recently suspended from practice by the Florida Bar in retaliation. But since Ms. Gwynn sounded the alarm in 2008, Florida attorney Scott Rothstein was prosecuted for a $1.2 billion ponzi scheme under RICO, and Florida attorney David J. Stern improperly dumped 100,000 foreclosure cases on the courts, points made in my motion for reconsideration in the U.S. Court of Appeals.

Some of you reading this may also have a civil cause of action under RICO, see the links below.

On May 22, 2012 the Florida Supreme court denied without comment my motion for reconsideration in case SC11-1622. That ended any hope that the Florida courts would lawfully adjudicate this matter. The order and motion are on Scribd at the link.

On May 7, 2012 the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit in a related case denied my motions to consolidate two related appeals, denied leave to proceed in forma pauperis, denied appointment of counsel, etc. The order in C.A.11, 12-11028-B is on Scribd at the link

In response to the above, I moved for reconsideration in the U.S. Court of Appeals May 30, 2012 arguing that the federal courts have jurisdiction under the RICO act, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations. The motion is on Scribd here

A related notice of May 31, 2012 as to in forma pauperis is on Scribd here

All told there are 18 related cases in the matter of Gillespie v Barker, Rodems and Cook PA. A list of the cases is on Scribd here

As set forth in my motion for reconsideration (paragraph 9), governmental units, such as the New York City Civil Court, may be "enterprises" within the meaning of RICO. United States v. Angelilli, 660 F. 2d 23 (C.A.2 1981). A court may be an enterprise within the meaning of RICO. United States v. Bacheler, 611 F.2d 443, 450 (3dCir.1979) (Philadelphia Traffic Court). Judges and lawyers may be "enterprises" within the meaning of RICO. U.S. v. Limas, 1:11-cr-00296, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas, Brownsville (Indictment of Judge Abel C. Limas March 29, 2011).

I encourage anyone interested to read about RICO on Wikipedia, and the Cornell Legal Information Institute site. Again, some of you reading this may have a civil cause of action under RICO. Here are some highlights.

According to Wikipedia, "RICO provides for criminal penalties and a civil cause of action for racketeering acts performed as part of an ongoing enterprise." "Under RICO, a person who is a member of an enterprise that has committed any two of 35 crimes - 27 federal crimes and 8 state crimes - within a 10-year period can be charged with racketeering."

According to Wikipedia, "RICO-related charge is considered easy to prove in court, as it focuses on patterns of behavior as opposed to criminal acts."

According to Wikipedia, "There is also a provision for private parties to sue. A "person damaged in his business or property" can sue one or more "racketeers"." "Both the federal and civil components allow for the recovery of treble damages (damages in triple the amount of actual/compensatory damages)."

The Cornell Legal Information Institute has the hyperlinked text of RICO here

Attorney George Robert Blakey originally drafted RICO, and he is currently a law professor at Notre Dame. According to Wikipedia, "G. Robert Blakey remains an expert on RICO"

Here is a link to Professor Blakey’s page at Notre Dame. Last week I emailed Professor Blakey with a link to my motion to reconsider under RICO but he did not reply.

Under 18 USC § 1965(a), a RICO civil action or proceeding against any person may be instituted in the district court of the United States for any district in which such person resides, is found, has an agent, or transacts his affairs. As I argued to the U.S. Court of Appeals, the ends of justice in this matter may require RICO civil proceedings instituted in a venue outside Florida and the Eleventh Circuit.

As of the time of this email, both my cases in the U.S. Court of Appeals are active, and no decision has been made as to a cause of action under RICO. The cases are appeal number 12-11028-B, and appeal number 12-11213-C.

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where is the survey? we have extensive experience with he courts in hernando county florida.
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What is the statute of limitations related to RICO case. I fought the judicial system for eight years in Hillsborough County FL. Have stacks of paper files 1997 - 2005, lost property with approximately $65,000 equity.

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Sorry for the delay. We are still having problems with the Forum. Here is the survey.
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N.J. courts are trying to use GSEs Guidelines as Law in foreclosure cases.
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