Monday, April 02, 2007

The Trial Schedule (03-25-07)

Our current trial date of May 7th will not hold. On our next hearing of 4-02 it will be moved to June. This also is very unrealistic. Bill Julian is soon to arrive. With him comes a whole new dynamic. Will he take our path, get a lawyer or plead out as others? Each answer affects us differently. Each answer will come with some form of delay. God knows the timing. The mortgage industry is ripening at this moment for our victory. God always maximizes the affects of faith upon this world. You say I cannot endure any more delay. Like you I’ve been saying the same thing for two years. It’s time to admit to ourselves we are liars. We can endure, have endured, and will endure to the end. They plan on the second to drop 15 felonies to reduce our counts down to 43 on April 2nd. I perceive this as a trap that I will object to. They claim that the bank fraud charges they wish to drop are redundant by the wire and mail fraud charges that they wish to remain. This is a lie. The bank fraud charges are the foundation and the other charges are not redundant of the foundation but mere window dressing. Their tactic is to have a dramatic trial with moaning, crying, ignorant clients to dazzle the jury with window dressing and have them oblivious of any factual content of the foundation of this case. Don’t think they are wise enough to see past this, they are not. It is precisely why the tactic is employed. Those of you who are self-centered going through this world with your “what about me?” questions would fall right into this trap. That is why they wrap it with sugar and spice and everything nice “you lose 15 felonies” so to tempt your selfish nature to its own destructions. Again you ask the benefit of Christ talk on this blog, well here’s another grand example of How Christ is controlling the outcome of this trial. A fool in your eyes keeps felonies but the wise in Christ preserves the truth. That is the fruit that you fruit inspectors cannot identify. Much is happening, more updates soon.

19 comments:

light1rae said...

Thank you Kurt for the update. As always stay the course!

R&P :)

tcab247 said...

KURT STAY THE COURSE!!!!!!!!!. GOD IS IN CONTROL HERE.

tcab247 said...

WE ARE ALL WITH YOU HERE, AND ON THE SAME PAGE.........

tcab247 said...

MOGELS, DOING A GREAT JOB OF DUMPING THE NASAYERS.

mogel said...

Of course the prosecution wishes to drop the bank fraud charges as NO ONE will testify by affidavit of any fraud on the court record & commit perjury. If the banks weren't hurt by any fraud, why is anyone still in jail?

The State of Utah liked to amend or add on charges to cause delays, it looks like California likes to drop charges to achieve delays. Both courts seem to be unfocused or unsure on what they really intended on acomplishing.

I guess the addage if you throw enough mud on the wall, some of the mud might appear to stick for a while, until it falls flat on the floor.

Looks like the prosecution case is falling apart already and more delays will be the norm rather than the exception.

As it says in the Bible, "endure to the end, & you shall be saved", certainly applies here.

GR82BMOI said...

Someone believed to be the Dimmest of the Dim Duo wrote: “They plan on the second to drop 15 felonies to reduce our counts down to 43 on April 2nd. I perceive this as a trap that I will object to.”

Yeah! Take that! Nobody’s going to just stand by and let those wily prosecutors drop charges anytime they feel like it. Glad somebody’s smart enough to see through THAT “trap”. By golly.

What a friggin’ idiot.

Mogel: As it stands at the moment, “Someone believed to be the Dimmest of the Dim Duo” holds the “Moron of the Day” title. Keep your mouth shut and your fingers off the keyboard and the title stands. Capeesh?

Yetter said...
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Yetter said...

scab 247,whining to be free,gr82,judge beanbag, notorious decedent, Bill Alsup needs YOU. For jury contamination and pure emotional, gut wrenching testimony.No truth neccesary. Call
09065151305 now.

mogel said...

Gr82boi: If bank fraud is the "very foundation," of the prosecutions case & if that is dropped, then, there can't be any wire or mail fraud really because they are just "window dressings" because the lenders aren't damaged or hurt because there isn't any bank fraud, so there wasn't ever a scheme where the internet or mails were used either.

So why not object to that and keep the bank fraud charges for the prosecution to prove which they can't, which will only lessen the prosecutions credibility by having them have to prove those charges. No testimony under oath by any bankers, hence, no proof of damages.

If the other 43 charges are solid like you may think, and each charge carries 5 years let's say, even at 5 years x 43 proven charges, you still have in effect a life sentence, so what's the big deal to you of dropping a few charges?

What do you think Farrel?

mogel said...

Yetter said: "scab 247,whining to be free,gr82,judge beanbag, notorious decedent, Bill Alsup needs YOU. For jury contamination and pure emotional, gut wrenching testimony.No truth neccesary. Call
09065151305 now."
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Hey that reminds me. Anyone on this blog old enough that remembers the game show "Queen for the Day" back in the early 1960's? It ran for several years.

How the show worked is that 3 women would get up in front of the audience & compete for the best story & tell their emotional, supposed gut life- wrenching sad story & the audience would clap based upon how they liked the story. And the woman with the saddest and worst life story that made the Judges and audience cry the most or bring out the most pity through the loudest clapping from the audience, was awarded with a dishwasher or a dryer, or washer, or something of this nature, and was literally crowned, "Queen for the Day", got a septre or roses, and had a moment she could remember for the rest of her life. Pitying someone became a virtue of the audience. Being a loser, was almost glorified.

It had to be one of the worst shows ever on television, because you can't even find it in syndication anymore. It could have been maybe the first reality show on T.V.

Even as a little child, watching the show made me sick to my stomach, watching old, ugly & fat ladies with no dignity whatsoever, get up on national television & make a fool of themselves just for sympathy so they could win a major appliance to put in their home and get a box of roses too, and a phony crown on their head & have the audience clap in pity because they were the "queen for the day". Like that makes up for living a loser life.

Maybe there are some wanna be "queens" out there that need to tell their pity story so the trial becomes an emotional one rather than based upon hard facts and real issues? Maybe that would make some people feel better about themselves & the tough road they've traveled? Hey it supposedly worked for the audience in the 1960's, why not today?

ricco7777 said...

Thanks Kurt and Scott for all your efforts!
Rich-Colorado Springs

Yetter said...

Washington Post..."Fannie Mae, the district based mortgage funding Company, plans to reduce its work force by several hundred full time employees by the end of the year."
Here is the slowest car wreck in history. It is a FUBAR mountain of over the counter, interest sensitive and income averaging derivatives,(A derivative of your fradulant mortgage agreement)that has been run like a typical bureaucratic office.No Kurt bashers complain about this gigantic pile of fraudulent mortgage sewage ready to economicaly destroy this once proud country of yours.lets kill the messenger.

near the end said...

N D; What are your thoughts on Yetters post?

GR82BMOI said...

Mogel: “No testimony under oath by any bankers, hence, no proof of damages.”

Who needs testimony for proof? Fortunately for the people, Dim and Dimmest left a paper trail about as wide as the void between your ears. In fact, not only did they do a mighty fine job of documenting their scam, they recorded many of the damning documents right into the public record. How convenient for the prosecution: just point, click and print. Sweet.

Mogel: “If the other 43 charges are solid like you may think, and each charge carries 5 years let's say, even at 5 years x 43 proven charges, you still have in effect a life sentence, so what's the big deal to you of dropping a few charges?”

It’s no big deal to me – in fact, it doesn’t matter much if they’re charged with “a” crime or 43 or 100. Those two won’t see the light of day for a least a couple of decades. BTW, it’s Dimmest’s legal strategy of objecting to the prosecutions “trap” of dropping charges that I’m snickering at, Mogel. Get it?

Mogel, ever the suck up, said: “What do you think Farrel?”

Speaking of testimony, isn’t The Ferret expected to trade some for a little mercy on his sorry a**?

drhfred said...

drhfred said,
on April 3rd, 2007 at 6:15 pm
It appears that U.S. District Judge William Alsup is once again embarrassed keeping a journalist in jail over 7 months for no lawful reason, and only because he could!
Josh: Here is a posting from the “Drudgereport” todays date. Friend as my son Kurt said your’s would be the victory! Thank you for being so big as to take an important stand. Your youth and courage does my old heart good. Please do stay in touch. God bless you!
Dr. H. Fred Johnson
Jailed journalist freed
Josh Wolf freed after 226 days, a record, under deal with prosecutors
By Josh Richman, STAFF WRITER
Article Launched: 04/03/2007 12:30:52 PM PDT
Freelance videographer and blogger Josh Wolf, who spent a record-setting seven months in prison as a journalist refusing to comply with a subpoena, was freed today after cutting a deal with prosecutors.
Wolf, 24, of San Francisco, emerged this afternoon from a federal prison in Dublin soon after U.S. District Judge William Alsup vacated the contempt-of-court order against him.
Wolf, who works full-time as outreach director for Peralta Community College District’s cable television station in Oakland, has posted to his Web site — www.joshwolf.net — all of the previously unreleased video footage he shot of a G-8 Summit protest July 8, 2005, in San Francisco’s Mission District, at which a police officer was hurt and someone might have tried to set a San Francisco police car afire.
Swearing in a new court document that he neither took part in nor could identify those responsible for the car’s damage or the officer’s injury, Wolf extracted a promise from prosecutors that they won’t use the existing subpoena to compel his testimony before a grand jury.
The U.S. Attorney’s office issued a statement saying Wolf was released because he had “complied with the grand jury subpoena by producing the responsive materials in his possession to the government and by answering questions.”
Still, Wolf declared victory.
“It took 226 days, but it was worth every second to get what I wanted from day one, which is that I will not have to testify before the grand jury about the
events at the protest or the identities of participants,” he said in a statement e-mailed to reporters before his release Tuesday. “The demand for my testimony before the grand jury was the true assault on my code of ethics and, as I have stated previously, there will be, and has been no compromise to this resolute principle.”
Wolf said he posted the previously unreleased video online “so that the public will have the opportunity to see that there is nothing of value in this unpublished footage. As there is no sensitive material on the tape, there was no reason to remain in prison.”
Society of Professional Journalists President Christine Tatum, whose organization supports Wolf, voiced “mixed feelings” Tuesday. She’s glad he’s free, and she understands the strategy of making the material public rather than giving it only to prosecutors, something major media organizations have done in similar circumstances.
“But it’s unfortunate that Josh can’t keep his work product to himself, it’s unfortunate that prosecutors are able to go on a fishing expedition to get information that I think should be in the protection and possession of the journalist,” said Tatum, a Denver Post assistant business editor.
Journalists often take copious notes or shoot copious footage and show restraint in vetting what’s fit for publication or broadcast, she said. “When lawyers want to just say willy-nilly, `I want to see everything that’s in your notebook,’ you have to cough up the whole enchilada. … They’re not showing the same restraint and respect for the average person.”
National Press Club President Jerry Zremski, a Buffalo News reporter, agreed it’s “a partial victory” and “an imperfect compromise.” Putting the video on the Internet is “far better than putting it just in the hands of the prosecutors,” he said, because he’s informing the public, not serving as an arm of the justice system.
But Zremski said he’s “queasy” about the fact that Wolf was compelled to air the footage at all. “I feel very happy that Josh is out of prison, I think he obviously has suffered greatly for his willingness to take a stand here, but it is similar to a print reporter giving up all the notes he or she has for a story.”
Wolf also has been supported by the American Civil Liberties Union; Reporters Without Borders; the National Lawyers Guild; Media Alliance; The Newspaper Guild/Communication Workers of America; and the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
Prosecutors say grand juries have broad power to probe whether a crime occurred: perhaps the attempted car arson — potentially a federal offense, they say, as San Francisco police get federal funding — or perhaps something else. There’s no federal “shield law” protecting journalists from federal grand juries’ demands.
Wolf and his supporters say the attempted car arson was a pretense, an end-run around California’s strong shield law so the FBI could gather evidence for a San Francisco police investigation while fishing for information about protesters and chilling independent news-gathering.
The case also has raised questions about who is and isn’t a journalist. In an age when almost anyone can write, record or film events and post it online, past delineation’s between professional and amateur reporters are blurred, particularly when it comes to questions of objectivity; Wolf clearly was among and supportive of the protesters on whom he reported.

GR82BMOI said...

Another Dorean scam victim bites:

http://www.southcoasttoday.com/
apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/
20070325/NEWS/703250408

mogel said...

Great to be Moi: Judging by the link you posted and your assumed correlation between New Century filing for Chapt. 11 bankruptcy, and the Dorean process hurting this company to the point of having to declare bankruptcy, as the latest victim, automatically qualifies you for the "dunce of the day" award. Where in this article is the Dorean Group even mentioned you vacuous vortex of vomit:

http://www.southcoasttoday.com/
apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070403/NEWS/704030335

mogel said...

Gr82bmoi said: "In fact, not only did they do a mighty fine job of documenting their scam, they recorded many of the damning documents right into the public record. How convenient for the prosecution: just point, click and print. Sweet."
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How does filing documents take away assets or money from the lenders portfolio? Where's the damage? Didn't lenders foreclose anyway on many clients despite the recordation of the documents? "Didn't they get their money".

Wasn't that the naysayers proof that the borrower was scamming the lender by entering the dorean process by trying to get out of a real loan because naysayers said it was obvious that the borrower/client "got a home" out of the lending process, so there must have been a loan?

Wasn't getting a home proof that their was an actual bonified loan in the lender's point of view? If the lender is able to sell the home through a foreclosure, and get money for the sale, isn't that proof that the lender isn't damaged?

Let's follow your logic. You mean if I filed something in the public record against your home like a "mechanics lien" & "clouded your home title" this might cause you to file a chapt. 11 bankruptcy too because I would put you in a financial hardship by doing so? If I did that, you may not even know I did it, so do you feel the loss and do you adjust your financial statement and increase your liabilities once you find out what I had done? If you truly sustained a loss, you would have to, wouldn't you in order to be honest? But if the recording didn't really affect you in reality, why would you change your financial and increase your liabilities if you didn't owe the money & if I created a bogus filing?

If that were true, and that easy, why would there even be bank robbers who use guns to take money from tellers or from bank vaults? Wouldn't you expect all bank heists or bank losses be through "paper piracy" by con-men then if banks actually suffer a loss this way? Wouldn't the old fashion bank robber be nonexistant, if you're assumptions were true?

What you fail to realize is that the prosecution has to prove that their was NO AGREEMENT between trustees and lender and that the Dorean Group didn't have the right to file the documents they did based upon the agreements in place. With the well documented trail the Dorean Group did, I expect the prosecution can't prove any fraud or any improprieties on the part of the Dorean Group.

Why did the prosecution even file bank fraud charges if these charges were actually "redundant" as they say since the mail fraud & the wire fraud cover the necessary fraud according to the prosecution?

Wasn't the prosecution smart enough to figure that out in the beginning or was the overwhelming documented proof the Dorean Group provided in the public record, just not obvious enough or ample enough proof for them of what specific charges to file?

notarial dissent said...

"The Trial Schedule" or more accurately, better living through delusion.

drhfred driveled “It appears that U.S. District Judge William Alsup is once again embarrassed keeping a journalist in jail over 7 months for no lawful reason, and only because he could!” Clueless seems to be a good description here. What part of he sat on his ass in jail for 226 days, until he complied with the subpeona and gave them the tape they wanted in the first place don’t you get, or that he would still be sitting on his vacuous ass if he hadn’t complied? A real pyrrhic victory there, just like the one dim and dimmer are going to have when they only go to jail for life instead of double life. Yep a real victory.

Moogems, who is apparently not only oblivious to reality, but illiterate as well. quote=moogems”Where in this article is the Dorean Group even mentioned you vacuous vortex of vomit: “ In the case of the modest, two-story house in this city's West End, the telltale clue is a pair of names on the documents filed in the Bristol County Registry of Deeds: D. Scott Heineman and Kurt F. Johnson, Trustees of the Emmons Family Trust.

A quick Internet search quickly bursts the dam on a river of fraud that the two men, using a fictitious business called the Dorean Group, are accused of perpetrating across the land before their indictment and arrest in September 2005. Their trial is imminent on 46 counts of conspiracy bank fraud, mail fraud and contempt of court. But the damage they left behind is still accumulating.
Will this do Moogems????

quote=moogems “How does filing documents take away assets or money from the lenders portfolio? Where's the damage? ” They are and were intent to defraud, and were forgeries, and in and of themselves a felony. That is the damage. The lender was damaged by not getting paid back on the defaulted loans, and by having to foreclose and go through the expenses involved there.

What you fail to realize Moogie is that there was NO AGREEMENT between trustees and lender and the Dorean Group agreement requires intention and signature by two or more parties, and sending silly documents doesn’t equate to agreement. Just because you send me something through the mail doesn’t mean I have to read it let alone do anything with it except consign it to the round file it so richly deserves.

quote=moogems “Why did the prosecution even file bank fraud charges if these charges were actually "redundant" as they say since the mail fraud & the wire fraud cover the necessary fraud according to the prosecution?” It is called covering all the bases, and redundant or not it doesn’t alter the fact that they were violations, and if they choose to drop them, then so what, there are still lots more remaining. It is a distinction of no matter. Life as opposed to double life, is still life.