Sunday, March 11, 2012

Brooklyn Trial Judge Indefinitely Suspends F'closure After Bankster Puts Two Separate Notes & Assignments Into Evidence To Support Same Action

In a recent ruling by Brooklyn, New York trial court Justice Herbert Kramer, a foreclosure action was suspended indefinitely when two separate notes with attendant assignments were put into evidence by the foreclosing bankster in support of said foreclosure action.

Judge Kramer was apparently pissed off enough by the apparent fraud that he announced in his ruling that he reporting the matter to the District Attorney, Kings County, the Attorney General of the State of New York and the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, presumably for possible criminal prosecution.(1)

The attorneys representing the bankster in this case who will undoubtedly have a few questions to answer when criminal investigators hunt them down (presumably after they wipe the egg off their faces) are Alissa L. Wilson, Esq., and the law firm Shapiro, DiCaro & Barak, LLC, 250 Mile Crossing Blvd., Rochester, NY 14624.

For Justice Kramer ruling, see HSBC Bank USA, N.A, v. Sene, 2012 NY Slip Op 50352 (NY Sup. Ct. Kings County, February 28, 2012).

Thanks to Deontos for the heads-up on the court ruling.

(1) The following excerpt provides an insight into Justice Kramer's feelings with regard to the foreclosure fraud problem and the rampant littering taking place in courtrooms committed by the banksters with their phony document filings:

  • This Court emphatically now joins the judicial chorus who have been wary of the paperwork supplied by plaintiffs and their representatives. There is ample reason for Chief Judge's requirement for an attorney affirmation in residential foreclosure cases. As stated by Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman,"we cannot allow the courts in New York State to stand idly and be party to what we now know is a deeply flawed process, especially when that process involves basic human needs-such as a family home-during this period of economic crisis."

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