Thursday, January 13, 2011

Hired 11/22/10

Recently a good friend of mine hired someone I referred from this prison. This was a divine situation; this man is a husband with a lovely family. I knew instantly he had the call of God in his life. I did not get to impart much while he was here because of the influences he allowed into his life, but God is cleaver. Jobs are difficult to find especially in this economy as an ex-felon. Yet this man employed under my godly friend, now are all godly themselves. God used circumstances to change his influences. I’m certain that external fruit shall be reaped from this situation

I know this world lives in a hatred of God and themselves, but the few who do not get to witness God’s gentle wooing of His enemies into a love relationship. This man can’t see it yet or even fathom how rich a love is advancing upon him, but when he comes to that revelation he will see that God so loved him that he nurtured a business in a rough economy, developed some men to share there experiences under this love, and lastly ever sent a man to prison to make sure this lost soul was found.

As a witness to this type of love and to have this privileged to be a part of God’s work affirms the security one feels in the mastery of God in your own life. Scott and I are safe. We have both seen the hand of God lovingly moving through what must view tragic. I suspect this entire family will enter an eternal love relationship with God and that is a treasure Judge Alsap cannot steal from me.


judge allslop said...

Looks like they could use a little love at the crime syndicate factory.

Fed Moves To Gut Predatory Lending Regulation
First Posted: 01- 4-11 04:57 PM | Updated: 01- 4-11 05:16 PM

The Federal Reserve is pushing a new mortgage regulation that would effectively eliminate the most powerful federal remedy for predatory lending. The regulation would severely limit a practice called "rescission," used to strike down demonstrably-illegal or fraudulent loan contracts and void a bank’s ill-gotten gains from such predatory lending practices. When a mortgage borrower wins a rescission case in court, the bank loses the right to foreclose, and has to give up all profits from interest and fees on the loan. The borrower still has to repay the principal — the original amount of money extended by the bank — but can’t be kicked out of the house. Under the Fed’s new proposal, however, borrowers would be required to pay off the balance of the loan before the bank loses its right to foreclose — that means borrowers could still lose their homes, even in cases where banks have broken the law.
Unsurprisingly, banks support the move, but consumer advocates say this would essentially make rescission worthless to borrowers.

judge allslop said...

What a fun thought, Imagine Billy Alsup being led from the Fed court building in his robes and handcuffed for aiding and abetting in a scheme and artiface to defraud.

Judge Holds Bankers in Contempt, Threatens Jail

Representatives from six major banks that skipped a hearing in a Miami condo association receivership case could face the wrath of Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Jennifer Bailey today if they fail to show up a second time.The six lenders were ordered to send non-attorney representatives to today’s hearing, when Bailey will discuss whether the banks also should be required to pay the receiver’s upcoming maintenance fees. Bailey’s order threatened to have bankers arrested if they didn’t show, and she warned, “You may be held in jail up to 48 hours before a hearing is held.”

judge allslop said...

Judges cooking up crimes to hide crimes, Corporations allowed to lie about their bottom lines to sell stock and recieve out landish bonuses, foreclosures are regarded as good news by financial tv,can't break the law legaly then reform or eliminate it. The Fed has told main street(you) to go to hell.It is ending lives, marriages, family relationships and worse.
The politicians are only worried about shootings. Worry only when its the sane people who start shooting.

judge allslop said...

Speaks for its self.How many crimes are found by the cover up.

In a major ruling Friday, a coalition of nonprofit defense lawyers and consumer protection advocates in Maryland successfully got over 10,000 foreclosure cases managed by GMAC Mortgage tossed out, because affidavits in the cases were signed by Jeffrey Stephan, the infamous GMAC “robo-signer” who attested to the authenticity of foreclosure documents without any knowledge about them, as well as signing other false statements. The University of Maryland Consumer Protection Clinic and Civil Justice, Inc., a nonprofit, filed the class action lawsuit, arguing that any case using Jeffrey Stephan as a signer was illegitimate and must be dismissed. In court Friday, GMAC agreed to dismiss every case in Maryland relying on a Stephan affidavit. They can refile foreclosure actions on the close to 10,000 homes, but only at their own expense, and subject to new Maryland regulations which require mandatory mediation between borrower and lender before moving to foreclosure. Civil Justice and the Consumer Protection Clinic also want any cases with affidavits from Xee Moua of Wells Fargo, who has also admitted to robo-signing, thrown out, but that case has not yet been settled.