Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Complaint in Part

METHOD AND MEANS OF THE SCHEME TO DEFRAUD

16. BANKSTERS made claims of a security interest in property that was held in family estate trust to which the 3rd-party Plaintiffs were trustees. 3rd-party Plaintiffs as trustees had a legal and moral obligation to verify these claims. A bonded presentment was sent seeking the appropriate information for this purpose. No BANKSTER ever supplied verification. Trustees sought the original promissory note unaltered and in possession of the BANKSTERS. No promissory note existed in this condition. BANKSTERS never used their capital as consideration to purchase an interest in the financial asset (promissory note) of the trust. They only had an agency role to solicit bids, and offers from the commercial secondary markets for a sale called securitization. BANKSTERS also took on a fiduciary obligation by the deposit of financial asset into their depository in a personal account of the drawer. Never was this account exposed or disclosed. The funds were liquidated without the knowledgeable consent of the beneficiary, nor were they distributed to the beneficial interest. BANKSTERS breached their fiduciary obligation to enrich themselves by misstatements, fraud, and theft and breached their agency by conflicting into a servicing role with their coconspirators. They are in league with the government through its business enterprises known as FANNIE MAE, FREDDIE MAC, and GINNIE MAE. These companies use these stolen financial assets to justify the values of their stocks and bonds. All BANKSTERS apparently get some cut, kickback or financial incentive to maintain this securities fraud as the status quo. No rights, title or interest pass from the drawer to the end user or any of the mediators via these methods.
17. BANKSTERS advertise via all forms of media that they have monies to loan, knowing this to be false. They give the appearance that they are the creditor when all along its the alleged borrower / victim that is the creditor and not the debtor. Credit is the only commodity in the transaction and the maker of the promissory note is the creator and extender of credit.
18. The BANKSTERS use sophisticated double-speak contracts that deceptively hide the true nature of the consideration of the parties.
19. Incentives are offered to brokers and agents to perpetuate this fraud and to create conflicts.
20. Once the promissory notes are in their possession, securitized, or sold without a true transfer of rights, title, and interest a bogus security interest is placed upon the asset property of the maker.
21. Security interest are recorded upon the public record in the County of possession.
22. BANKSTERS have created a false record that title companies and recorders believe to be true.
23. BANKSTERS have purchased interest in most title companies and influenced most county governments by their creditor / debtor relationships.
24. When confronted by 3rd-party plaintiffs BANKSTERS used their financial influence to purchase favors from the judiciary specifically Mr. William Alsup who showed his loyalties by an over zealous reaction to 3rd-party plaintiff’s civil complaint; steep sanctions and referral for criminal prosecution. Incentives include, but are not limited to, retirement benefits, mortgages, bribes, and other indirect methods. It is clear the Northern District court is the best money can buy. Wayne Brazil issued warrants, tampered with evidence, entered pleas and purposefully tried to make the beneficiaries surety for the 3rd-party plaintiffs, which are Cestui Que Trusts. D. Lowell Jensen continued this known error in order to attach liabilities via unapplicable bank fraud statutes. Bernard Zimmerman after separating the parties in open court changed the record by stealth to remain in league with his peers and the BANKSTER’S agenda. Mr. Alsup took control over the criminal prosecution knowing his automatic disqualification by prior conflicts.
25. Prosecutors were given financial incentives, via retirement, career, loans, and cash. All were already in a fiduciary relationship with the Cestui Que Trust / 3rd-party plaintiffs. The incentives were substantial enough to cause them all to breach this duty, enrich themselves, and attempt to hide it all by destroying the victim, the only party who could make a claim for damages, the beneficiary of the trusts. They also knowingly tried to make the beneficiaries a surety for the trust, which they purposefully placed in dishonor as a delinquent creditor in the bankruptcy of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
26. BANKSTERS have conspired with VIOLATORS, FIDUCIARIES, AGENTS, FRAUDSTERS, and BROKERS to trespass upon the contracts and property of 3rd-party plaintiffs with the end goal being the conversions to their own use, enjoyment, and self-enrichment.

14 comments:

Justice7777777 said...

My last fart had more substance.

Besides you let the Bankers of the hook since they do not recognize the ALL CAPS "BANKSTERS".

We'll I guess you have a lot of time on your hands.

Scamdelicious!!!!!!!!!!

http://www.stroock.com/
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you will know them by their fruit said...

Finally . . . a post that doesn't try to use God in your scam.



Thank You

(I would love to be able to go away and I am sure your fellow scammers share that notion.)

god said...

You will know them by Fruit said...

Finally . . . a post that doesn't try to use God in your scam.

YOU WOULD LOVE NOTHING MORE THAN TO KEEP ME OUT OF THE DISCUSSION, BUT I'M NOT GOIN ANYWHERE!!!!

SEE YOU AT THE TOP!!! THAT IS ALL!!

Stillwaiting said...

Finally, finally, finally! Substance about mortgages and the scheme. However, this is old news. Why? Because we wouldn't have given the money and docs to you Kurt if we didn't already have some knowledge of this scheme.
So, now post on how and when you are going to finalize what you started, in my case, come July two years ago. You even had Dr. Fred get us on a conference call last November to tell us within the next 30 to 60 days. So now is the time to stick with substance, action and completion.

dgwondering said...

More meaningless crap. If that's your defense, it's gonna be a short trial.

son of a prophet said...

saw this on a website...









Quitclaim Deed



When sending in a quit claim deed, whether on property or credit card, who are all the people that I notice?


On a property, you send it to the one you borrowed the money from.



If another one is involved you send them a copy of it.
If there’s an attorney involved, send him a copy and send him a copy of the crimnal complaint. You will stop this. They don’t want to lose their bar card. I’d also send a copy to the sheriff. (10/1/03)

You said the bank cannot return my promissory note. How do I get it back after I quit claim the property?
They can’t get your house.
They can’t have both the promissory note and your house. They also won’t turn you in to the credit reporting agencies as a “bad pay.” Don’t DEED it back to them. A deed and a quit claim are different animals. With a deed, you lose everything. A quit claim just says “if I owe you anything, I’m giving it back to you.” (10/1/03)
When you quit claim your house back to the mortgage company and demand your note back, do you also demand all the payments you paid in to close the account?
Do it. I’m not going to say they will give it back, but they’re supposed to. When there’s fraud involved, they’re supposed to give everything back. That Ashley letter is going to sink their boat. (10/1/03)
Can you quit claim on your mortgage if you are not behind or in foreclosure?
Sure. (10/1/03)
We have visitors who would like to learn about quit claim deeds to protect their properties. Can you explain in detail.
As I see it, this is the way the foreclosure has to be done. Because you signed a contract, all the law of that deed of trust is in the contract. You can’t go outside of that and try to enforce any laws. No law can be brought in to your contracts. People are continually trying to go outside of that and do certain things. The first thing you have to do is deed back the property to the mortgage company – or to the one who gave you the money. If you don’t do it, you can’t charge them with fraud. Once you deed it back, you send a Bill of Demand where you demand back what you put into the contract, what you gave them. They cannot have both at the same time.
Don’t veer off the person you got the money from. What do they do with these mortgages? They sell them to someone else. What is that for? To get you confused as to who to go after. Say to them, you aren’t part of the property, you’re fired. Then demand back what you put into the contract. If they want the house, they have to give you the promissory note. They can’t have both. What they’re doing is taking the houses, taking the promissory note; they put insurance on the houses and they take the insurance also.
If you deed it back, you can go after them for fraud. Send them a bill of demand and tell them, "There’s fraud that has been done in this contract." Describe the contract. Fire the trustee for his incompetence for not telling you about the fraud involved in it. His name will be in your contract. Also file a criminal complaint against him for being an attorney and letting you get taken by the bank. Then send the company a copy of the Ashley letter. The fraud in this contract is you charged me interest on MY credit.
You cannot address that third party other than, “You’re Fired.” Stay with the first person you signed with. They are the ones liable to you. They are the ones who committed the fraud. Stay with them until they say, “OK you can keep the house.” If they let you keep the house, then tell them they can keep the promissory note. (10/16/03)

Madtowne said...

I agree with stillwaiting.

I entered the process Oct of 04 and yet it appears the process may drag on for months or years after we have been urged and told to get our banking in place for our big payout, yada yada. I would love some updates with SUBSTANCE. How about some details of your court proceedings, filings, victories against big brother? What's the plan on how & when you realistically expect this to end? Will it end? Is this a lifelong battle? If you win, will you still loose? I applaud your conviction, determination & sacrifice. Who among us is willing to sit in jail for what they believe and know is right?
I say it again, SUBSTANCE please.

Tony Tuba said...

I am alive !!!!!!!!!!

mogel said...

Justice666: More on bogus arbitrations. The banks are experts at creating bias & bogus arbitrations forums. There are some defenses here in this article against them:


http://p218.ezboard.com/fcreditwrenchfrm2.showMessage?topicID=38.topic

mogel said...

Trials are won in the "discovery process", not usually in the trial itself. If you ask the right questions, you have a chance to "trip up" the lender to win your case or you can have the amunition to cause them to dismiss their suit against you. Below is a list of "Request for Admissions" that can be effective to get to the heart of the fraud that the lender commits.
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INSTRUCTIONS: Mark either Admit or Deny, and provide any comments in the space provided. Then provide an authorized, verified and notarized signature made and sworn to under penalty of perjury. If this Admissions document is not returned to the Borrower within Twenty (20) days from receipt of this certified mail, tacit acceptance via "silent acquiescence" will be established that the assertions in the Admissions document are admitted.

OBJECTIONS

Objections to all or any portion of an admission shall be set forth with specific sufficiency to allow the Borrower propounding the admission to understand the exact scope of and reason for the objection. Where an objection relates to only a portion of the information requested in an admission, other information not within the scope of said objection shall be provided.

Words and phrases used in these admissions that are not specifically described below shall have the meaning that is common and not necessarily that of legal term; i.e., Person shall be construed to include a man or woman. Any other word or term used in these admissions that are not specifically defined below shall have its ordinary and customary meaning and usage.


DEFINITIONS


"bookkeeping entries": A recording in an accounting journal of equal debits and credits, with, when necessary, an explanation of the transaction. (Black's Law Dictionary, 6th Edition, p. 840)

"bookkeeping": The art or science of recording business accounts and transactions. (Black's Law Dictionary, 6th Edition, p. 183)

"credit": The ability of a person to borrow money. The right granted by a creditor to a debtor to defer payment of a debt or to incur debt and defer its payment. See UCC 1-301(7). (Black's Law Dictionary, 6th Edition, p. 840)

"equity": Paid-in capital plus retained earnings. The financial definition that an owner's equity in a business is equal to the business's assets minus its liabilities. (Black's Law Dictionary, 6th Edition, p. 540)

"Federally Required Reports": Reports of Condition; "Call Reports" for OCC (8022-01,02,05,14,18,4), for FRS (2103,2104,2105,2106,2107), for FDIC (8040/11,01,02,12,13,17; reports that show changes in financial conditions of financial institutions whose deposits are federally insured, for example, the FDIC Form F-3 Current Report, Form F-4 Quarterly Report, F-9 A Balance Sheet, Form F-9 B Statement of Income, Form F-9 C Statement of Changes in Equity Capital, Form F-9 D Statement of Changes in Financial Condition, and Form F-9 E Schedules; the SEC Form 8-K.

"interest": Interest is the compensation allowed by law or fixed by the parties for the use or forbearance of borrowed money. (Black's Law Dictionary, 6th Edition, p. 812)

"Lender": The party whose assets increased by the approximate amount of the face value of the promissory note as a result of processing the Loan papers and monetizing the promissory note by converting the security instrument (promissory note) into currency.

"loan" or "loans": A lending. Delivery by one party to and receipt by another party of a sum of money upon agreement, express or implied, to repay it with or without interest. It includes the creation of debt by a credit to an account with the lender upon which the debtor is entitled to draw immediately or the creation of a debt pursuant to a lender credit card or similar arrangement. (Black's Law Dictionary, 6th Edition, p. 936)

"monetize": To convert debt instruments from securities into currency that can be used to purchase goods and services.

"money": A medium of exchange authorized or adopted by a domestic or foreign government as a part of its currency. (Black's Law Dictionary, 6th Edition, p. 1005)

"net worth accounts": Equity capital accounts

"Promissory note deposit account": The account that is referred to in the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago publication "Modern Money Mechanics" on page 6 as the "borrowers' transaction account".

"security": Any note, evidence of indebtedness, or any interest or instrument commonly known as a "security" (Securities Act of 1933, section 2.a.1)

"sell" every contract of sale or disposition of a security or interest in a security, for value. (Securities Act of 1933, section 2.a.2)

"UCC": Uniform Commercial Code

"written": printed, lithographed o any means of graphic communication (Securities Act of 1933, section 2.a.9)

"written agreement": The written agreement between the parties executing the Account agreement.

"wrongful transfer": misrepresentations, omissions, and fraud in connection with purchases and sales of securities (Securities and Exchange Act of 1934, Rule 10b-5 under section 10(b) and sections 18(a) and 32(a); Securities Act of 1933, sections 11, 17 and 24; UCC 3-811 to 815)


ADMISSIONS

The Lender advertises that it makes loans.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender understands the Loan agreement.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender understands who funded the Loan, and who must be repaid.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender understands the difference between an exchange, where both parties give value, and a loan, where one party gives value and the other only gives a non-negotiable promise to repay that value along with a security agreement specifying what is to be collected if Borrower defaults on Loan.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender understands that a Promissory Note has value because it represents the Borrower's future labor, which has value.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender understands that a deposit is not money, but is owing money -- an order to pay money to a depositor upon demand.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



As required for Federally insured loans, the Lender deposited the Borrower's promissory note in connection with the Lender granting the Loan to the Borrower.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Federally required call reports filed by the Lender show that the deposit of the Borrower's promissory note contributed to increasing the Lender's assets and liabilities for the related period.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:




The Lender sold the Borrower's promissory note.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender used the proceeds of the sale of the Borrower's promissory note to fund the Loan from the Lender to the Borrower.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:


The Lender understands and agrees that all material facts pertinent to the granting of the loan from the Lender to the Borrower are fully disclosed and contained in the written Loan agreement; that is, there are no verbal agreements for the Loan.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The written Loan agreement does not disclose the deposit of the value of the Borrower's promissory note.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The written Loan agreement does not disclose that the Borrower's promissory note would be sold.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The written Loan agreement does not disclose that the proceeds of the sale of the Borrower's promissory note would be used to fund the Loan from the Lender to the Borrower.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The party who funds a loan is damaged if the loan is not repaid.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



It is the Lender's policy to repay its customers who deposit funds with the Lender.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender's depositor accounts are, in effect, loans from the depositors to the Lender.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Loan agreement does not authorize the withdrawal of any funds deposited by the Borrower in connection with the processing of the Loan.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender has no document signed by the Borrower authorizing the withdrawal of any funds deposited by the Borrower in connection with the processing of the Loan.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender did not give adequate consideration from the Lender's Net Worth accounts to purchase the Borrower's promissory note before the Lender sold the Borrower's promissory note associated with the processing of the Loan.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender's bookkeeping entries associated with the granting of the Loan do not materially match the terms of the written Loan agreement because the loan agreement omits the deposit of the value of the Borrower's promissory note.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender agrees with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago publication entitled "Two Faces of Debt" which states on page 19: "A deposit created through lending is a debt that has to be paid on demand of the depositor, just the same as a debt arising from a deposit of checks or currency in the bank."
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender agrees to pay upon demand the deposit that was created by the processing of the Loan that is due upon demand to the Borrower in the approximate amount of the face value on the promissory that was deposited.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender understands and complies with Federal Reserve policies and procedures for Federally insured loans.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender understands and complies with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and Generally Accepted Auditing Standards (GAAS) as required by Federal law for processing Federally insured loans.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender agrees to return the Borrower's original promissory note associated with the Loan, or else certify and verify the Borrower's promissory note as lost and paid, once the Loan is discharged.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender agrees that if Borrower funded the Loan, then the economics of the Loan transactions are similar to stealing, counterfeiting and swindling.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender converted the Borrower's promissory note into a negotiable instrument that was securitized and included in the Lender's sales of asset-backed securities.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



Lender accepts all species of money mandated by Federal Reserve Bank.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender agrees that no title passes when a stolen negotiable instrument is sold.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender agrees that title to the mortgage follows the title to the promissory note.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender understands that a deposit is a liability.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender understands and agrees that it is material to the Loan agreement to identify who is to fund the Loan from the Lender to the Borrower.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender agrees that using the Borrower's promissory note to fund the Loan changes the cost and risk for the parties to the Loan agreement when the intent of the Loan agreement is for the Lender to fund the Loan from the Lender's own Net Worth accounts.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:




The Lender agrees that according to GAAP, the net effect of all of the bookkeeping entries required for the Loan from the Lender's Net Worth accounts would be no substantial net change in the Lender's total assets.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender understands that if the Borrower includes the word "Non-Negotiable" on the promissory note, that the Lender cannot sell the promissory note.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:




The Lender understands that the Loan would have to be funded from the Lender's own Net Worth accounts if the promissory note had the word "Non-Negotiable" on it.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender would not grant the loan if the word "Non-Negotiable" was on the Borrower's promissory note.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender does not loan money to Borrower at the exact same moment that the Borrower signs and gives the promissory note to Lender because that would require Lender to give the Borrower funds from the Lender's own Net Worth accounts.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



After the Lender receives the Borrower's signed promissory note, the Lender uses the time during the "Loan approval process" to convert the promissory note into a negotiable instrument by stamping it or attaching an allonge for indorsements, sells it, and then uses the proceeds of that sale to fund the check that is given to the Borrower as the Loan.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender is not willing to return the Borrower's original promissory note because if the Borrower sees that it is stamped or has an allonge attached to it, the Borrower would realize that the promissory note was used for purposes other than the Borrower intended, and that the Lender also received value from the Borrower, making the transaction an exchange of two (2) loans instead of just a single loan from the Lender to the Borrower.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender does not give the Borrower a deposit slip when the Lender deposits the Borrower's promissory note for the same reason as in item 41 above.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender understand, that if the Lender can keep getting everyone's promissory notes (labor) for free, that the Lender could eventually own everything and everyone would be the Lender's slaves due to their lack of understanding the bookkeeping entries associated with the alleged Loan transaction and the material omission from the Loan agreement of the deposit of the value of the Borrower's promissory note.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender understands the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) and Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) regulations that prohibit the "wrongful transfer" of securities.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender understands that the Borrower's promissory note can be a negotiable instrument and monetized as a security.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:




The Lender does not have personal knowledge that the Borrower's promissory note is not stolen.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender has personal knowledge that the security created from the Borrower’s promissory note has been wrongfully transferred.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender has personal knowledge that promissory notes are stamped or have allonges attached for endorsements.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender understands and agrees with GAAS requirements for verifying the "representational faithfulness" of loan agreements with their material bookkeeping entries.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender understands that monetizing Borrowers' promissory notes through a process known as "credit securitization" increases the U.S. money supply.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



The Lender agrees that an agreement would be unconscionable if it allowed a Lender to steal a Borrower's promissory note, sell it, and return the proceeds of the sale back to the Borrower as a loan, which, upon default, would allow the Lender to seize the collateral for the loan, along with all interest payments and all equity to that point, and any balance due on the loan, without the Lender providing any funds or taking any risk in making the "loan".
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:




Lender agrees that there should be FULL DISCLOSURE of all accounting and auditing that is material to the Loan agreement and transaction.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:


Pursuant to UCC 3-104(d) and (e), the Borrower's promissory note can be "treated" as "drafts".
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:



Pursuant to UCC 3-104(d) and (e), "drafts" can be deposited in much the same manner as a "check" or a "money order" can be deposited.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:


In connection with UCC 3-104(d) and (e), the Loan agreement does not disclose or authorize that the Borrower's promissory note can be "treated" as a "draft", instead of just as "promise" as intended by the Borrower and as stated in the terms of the Loan agreement.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:


In connection with UCC 3-104(d) and (e), the Borrower's promissory note was "treated" as a "draft" that was deposited and included as income to the Lender for income tax purposes.
If no answer provided, the answer is: "Admit".
Admit:_____ Deny:_____ Comment:


LEGAL NOTICE
RESPONSIBILITY DISCLAIMER UNDER U.C.C. 3-501. UNDER TITLE 42 U.S.C. 1986 FOR KNOWLEDGE OF THE LAW, VENUE AND JURISDICTION OF ALL ACTIONS/CASES RELATING TO THIS PRIVATE CONTRACT ARE UNDER COMMON LAW JURISDICTION OF THE TITLE 4 U.S.C. 1: AMERICAN FLAG OF PEACE OF THE united STATES OF AMERICA, REFERENCED UNDER PRESIDENTIAL EXECUTIVE ORDER 10834, AND UNDER ARTICLE (6) SECTION (3), OATH OF FIDUCIARY OFFIC­ERS OF THE COURT, AND UNDER ARTICLE (IV) (4) SECTION (3), NO "state" (JUDGE) SHALL CREATE A STATE (AREA OF THE BAR), AND united STATES CODE ANNOTATED 11: NO "FOREIGN STATE" (LAW OF THE FLAG) SHALL HAVE JURISDICTION OVER A SOVEREIGN CITIZEN IN PARTY, AND ARTICLE (1) SECTION (9),AMENDMENT 13: NO TITLES OF NOBILITY (ESQUIRES) UNDER ANY FOREIGN FLAG JURISDICTION AND IN BREACH OF THE TREATY OF TITLE 28 U.S.C. 1605 "FOREIGN SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY ACT OF October 21, 1976 AND IN BREACH OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE united STATES OF AMERICA, WILL BE ALLOWED IN THE JURISDICTION OF THE CASE. BREACH OF CONTRACT BY ANY PARTY WILL CAUSE SANCTIONS UNDER FEDERAL RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE RULE 16(t), WHEN THE CONSTITUTION OF THE united STATES OF AMERICA IS SURRENDERED FOR A FOREIGN STATE/POWER, AND BREACH OF CONTRACT OF OATH OR AFFIRMATION FOR THE united STATES OF AMERICA, THEN CHARGES FOR PERJURY OF OATH (TITLE 18 U.S.C. 1621), CONSTRUCTIVE TREASON, AND FALSE SWEARING WILL BE BROUGHT AGAINST THE OFFICERS OF THE COURT. THE CONSTITUTION OF THE united STATES OF AMERICA IS MADE A PART OF THIS PRIVATE CONTRACT BY REFERENCE AND IN A "REAL TIME" "PRESENT TENSE" STATE OF BEING.

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AFFIDAVIT UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY
TO THE ACCURACY OF THE “ADMISSIONS” DOCUMENT


I, as an authorized agent of the Lender, in a clear, conscious and competent mind, understand that I am signing my name under the penalty of perjury and under oath or asseveration administered by the Notary Public named below, and I am accepting full liability, both personal and for the Lender, both civil and criminal, and that I accept all penalties of perjury if and when it is found that my responses in the attached thirteen-page Admissions document is false in any way.


Signature of Authorized Lender Agent Date

Printed Full Name of above signature and title





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On the __ day of ________, 200___ A.D., before me,
(personally known to me, or) proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he or she executed the same in his or her authorized capacity and that by his or her signature on the instrument, the person or the entity upon behalf of which the person acted, signed under oath or asseveration, and accepts the truth thereof.

My commission expires
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mogel said...

DG Wondering: I think you are full of crap! Are you still pretending to be MY Bishop? Are you LDS (Mormon)? You seem to know the "buzz words" well, so I suspect you are. Do you deny that you are a member of the Church? I'm not stupid like you.

I would never PRETEND LIKE YOU DO to act as though I'm a Bishop where I have authority to ask personal questions, like temple recommend status. How arrogant is that? Who do you think you are anyway? LOL
Are you from Salt Lake City Utah? If you are, maybe I'll look you up & will talk face to face. I know the City well. Since you want to get so personal, tell me your name, you hypocrite! You obviously know my name, what is yours?

Your answer to Kurt always is a statement with no facts or anything to support your statements which are nothing more than simple & stupid replys. How about some "substance" for a change, or is that too hard for your feeble brain?????

son of a prophet said...

IRS CHECKMATED!???



IRS DISMISSES CASE WITH PREJUDICE BACAUSE IRS HAS BEEN USING BOGUS 1040 TAX FORMS FOR LAST 24 YEARS!!!

THIS IS B-I-G!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!





http://www.givemeliberty.org
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Update2006-06-09.htm

dgwondering said...

Hey byron/blowhard, I just happen to know that you can't get into the Mormon temples if you don't have your recommend and you can't get one if you pull the kind of shit you did on the people you brought into the scam. Either that or you lied to get it. Which is it?

mogel said...

DG Wondering said: "Hey byron/blowhard, I just happen to know that you can't get into the Mormon temples if you don't have your recommend and you can't get one if you pull the kind of shit you did on the people you brought into the scam. Either that or you lied to get it. Which is it?
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OH SO WE RESORT TO THE ONE THING OR THE OTHER RHETORIC, ONE OF NEMO'S FAVOURITE TRICKS, LIKE THERE IS ALWAYS ONLY TWO CONCLUSIONS TO EVERY QUESTION. DUHHHHHH......... WHAT A MOR0N. NOT THAT THIS IS ANY OF YOUR BUSINESS BECAUSE IT ISN'T, BUT I HAD ONE CLIENT WHO'S BISHOP ENCOURAGED HER TO GET INTO THE DOREAN PROCESS. ARE YOU SUGGESTING THAT THIS BISHOP BE EXCOMMUNICATED TOO, OR ARE YOU JUST BLOWING SMOKE AS USUAL? ARE YOU SUGGESTING THAT THIS BISHOP IS UNWORTHY TOO & NOT WORTHY OF HIS TEMPLE RECOMMEND ALSO?

SECONDLY, DID YOU ASSUME ALSO I HAVE A CURRENT RECOMMEND? I NEVER DISCUSSED WITH YOU OR ANYONE WHETHER I HAD A TEMPLE RECOMMEND OR NOT, DID I? YOU'RE NOT MAKING CONCLUSIONS BASED UPON ASSUMPTIONS THAT YOU DON'T KNOW, ARE YOU? BUT WHETHER I DO OR NOT, AGAIN, IT'S STILL NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS, SO GO JUMP OFF A CLIFF AND SAVE YOURSELF.