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Habeas Corpus- The Most Important Legal Concept Abandoned by You Foolish Americans…

From Jeff Deitrich:

Habeas corpus, hocus pocus, whatever.

Most Americans haven’t the slightest idea what this arcane Latin term might mean or why it might be important to them, but it is the reason why most of the cases against Occupy Los Angeles are being dismissed.

It is also the reason why President Barack Obama signed HR 155, the National Defense Authorization Act, into law, giving the president and the military the authority to hold U.S. citizens indefinitely without charges and bringing them before a judge.

Although I have been arrested and jailed scores of times over the years for civil disobedience, it was not until I was arrested and jailed with 300 “occupants” of Occupy Los Angeles on Nov. 30, 2011, that I had a renewed appreciation for habeas corpus.

NCR Online

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FEB. 16- JOIN FLORIDIANS FOR MORTAGE JUSTICE FOR RALLY IN TALLAHASSEE!

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People WAKE UP!

You are getting creamed.

We are getting creamed.

We are all getting destroyed by a system of government that is radically unfair, unjust and therefore entirely illegitimate.

YOU CAN NO LONGER JUST SIT ON THE SIDELINES AND BE A VICTIM. YOU CAN NO LONGER SIT PROSTRATE AND ALLOW THE WHIPPING AND BEATING AND ABUSE TO CONTINUE.

It’s time for every single person who is impacted by all of this…and that is everyone of you…to make a stand…

COME TO THE STATE CAPITOL AND MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD!

Mortgage Justice Group Announcement

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unscrubber

ps: all screen shots taken will be posted on http://www.ripoffreport.com -

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Ann

An Ugly Foreclosure Story Starring Bank of America…..

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Every time you hear a story about how the banks are abusing Americans, keep in mind that you the American taxpayer have lavished billions of dollars in gifts and tips and gratitude…..

WHERE IS THE OUTRAGE?

I GUESS AS AMERICAS WE’RE ALL JUST SORT OF ACCUSTOMED TO GETTING KICKED AROUND…KINDA LIKE A SHAGGY OLD DOG…

Dirma Rodriguez had five minutes to gather her things and vacate the West Adams house she and her severely disabled daughter had lived in for more than 25 years.

As a property manager changed the locks, Rodriguez fluttered back and forth from the yard — where a pile of stuff lay by the kitchen stove — to her car, where her daughter, Ingrid Ortiz, sat screaming and crying.

How Rodriguez and Ortiz ended up in this predicament is a long, messy story that resounds with a misery all too common in this age of foreclosure.

Rodriguez took out a loan to retrofit her house for her special-needs daughter. After she fell behind on her payments, the Bank of America lowered her monthly obligation, but then sold the house at a foreclosure auction last September. The new owner, a house flipper from El Segundo called West Ridge Rentals, moved to evict the family.

I came upon Rodriguez’s story through Occupy Fights Foreclosure, the latest the latest offshoot of the 99% movement. Occupy interceded to stop her eviction March 26, and it just may have saved her home for good. Bank of America said last week it is considering a loan modification that would return the home to Rodriguez and her family.

LA TIMES ARTICLE

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Ann

Occupy Homes Protest Forces Delay of Sheriff Sale
By Ty Moore

US Bank buckles under pressure, delaying sale of veteran John Vinje’s home until May 29th.

After a week of escalating pressure demanding US Bank postpone the sheriff’s sale of John and Lucinda Vinje’s home, Occupy Homes won another 11th hour victory today. John Vinje led a contingent of 50 Occupy Homes MN supporters into the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office Civil Division where the sale was to take place at 11:00am this morning.

Speeches, chants, and song filled the marbled hallways in the ground floor of city hall. No potential buyers were seen entering the courtroom the entire time, and just after 11:30am it was announced that US Bank had delayed the sale to May 29th. Following the victory, John said: “This shows that the power is now with the people, and not with large, monolithic corporations, like US Bank.

Homeowners throughout Minnesota facing foreclosure, facing sheriff’s sales, should get together with their community and demand a postponement and renegotiation. They should get connected with Occupy Homes because we can save homes throughout the state of Minnesota when we all work together.” Today’s action followed a week of escalating pressure on US Bank, including a national call-in campaign aimed to VP Tom Joyce, and a march on US Bank CEO Richard Davis’ mansion on April 7th. Ty Moore, an organizer with Occupy Homes explained: “We’ve got the banks scrambling already, but this fight is just beginning. John’s victory, following Monique and Bobby’s victories, is sending a message. Minnesota homeowners aren’t going to leave their homes quietly and in shame anymore. It’s the banks and CEOs like Richard Davis who should be ashamed!”

Occupy Homes MN achieved national media attention after winning Bobby Hull’s foreclosed home back after US Bank bought his property at a sheriff sale, and repeatedly delaying the eviction of Monique White, who also received her original mortgage through US Bank. John and Lucinda Vinje are among a growing number of homeowners joining together through Occupy Homes to fight back against the unjust and illegal banking practices behind the foreclosure crisis. John and Lucinda Vinje bought their home in 2008, the first house either of them had ever owned. John is an Air Force veteran now working as a security guard, and Lucinda has worked a government job for ten years.

But when financial difficulties caused them to fall behind on payments by just two months, US Bank refused their request to repay their arrears in installments and immediately began foreclosure proceedings. Meanwhile, Lucinda has been forced into “medical retirement” due to a chronic condition, adding financial strain on the family. If US Bank would renegotiate their mortgage to current market value as the Vinje’s request, they could afford the payments. After six months of delays, in March US Bank offered them a measly $97 less on their monthly payments. Both John and Lucinda have worked their entire lives, but now stand to lose the only home they have ever owned.

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Loribearme

bank of america is commiting fraud.  If they say they are servicing your loan and collecting payments for say - according to MERS is a trust like cwabs 2007-12 - well they are no longer in existance.  They were bought by Lehman brothers and bankruptcy was declared listing them as stock.  look it up.

Lorayne Souders
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