Anonymous Bank of America docs show Insurance Cutouts destroying info, fraud double-bank shot; Operation Empire State, lolz for all
The Chain of Crime Starts Here: #BlackMonday Ex-Bank of America Employee Can Prove Mortgage Fraud Part 1
With the tragic situation in Japan - and the lawless situation ruling the day in Wisconsin - the news about more exposure of Bank of America systems of fraud comes mostly under the radar, but it's getting out there.
At this point, why call it hacking? Is there "hacker" in the BoA stuff so far? Are journalists actually hackers in the realm of social engineering? Is there a difference between the Beltway establishment's coverup-oriented view of reality -- and a stance of "refusing to hack away against the bullshit of the system"?
As the insidious totalizing power of Lawyer Bullshit and its financial bridge counterpart, Insurance-Related Securitization of All Reality & Judicially Protected Fraudlayering, have spread more and more towards a complete takeover of all society, the truth about this network of criminals and flacks has become more and more suppressed.
With prima facie cases of fraud, no one goes to jail. It's all one big transaction -- the legal system is far too corrupted to effectively prosecute virtually any actual criminal acts. Insurance treadmills of money define the pathway of the entire process.
The insurance entities profiting from the documented foreclosure fraud brought forth by the BoA whistleblower are helped in the judicial realm by the Rules of Civil Procedure and Criminal Procedure -- yet another part of their 100% arbitrary gibberish, judicial-branch derived, non-legislatively-based schemes.
How many more abused like the Anonymous BoA whistleblower, demonized by the Bank operatives? Who are the hatchetmen and legal triggermen for these neutralization operations?
This person ain't going to take no more bullshit. Interesting point here, a couple different ways to interpret: "I know you don’t put your personal name on your statements because you fear the legal action that will be taken against you. You do not want to be made the scapegoat for your own actions."
This is (I think) a good example of the Prudent Man Rule -- essentially the same trap as pyramid schemes and other low-level fraud participants and pawns. you crossed the line, so you're already neutralized, ready to be hung out.
What Bank of America seems not to understand as they continue to underestimate me is that I’ve already read their plan of action against me. Anonymous leaked it for the world to see months ago. While “Anonymous” BofA executives huddle together and cower behind their corporate logo, hoping their corporate name can withstand a greater shitstorm than mine, we’ve both been reading the exact same battle plan. Don’t be fooled by press releases. The HB Gary plan cost a lot of the money from their piggy bank, and they’re not ones to let their own money go to waste.
To those at BofA that are plotting against me:
I’m not afraid of you. I’m not some distant, unapproachable eccentric like Julian Assange. Sensationalize all you want, but your employees all know me, and they’re slowly starting to figure out why it is you did what you did to me. I live in your backyard. Drag my name through the mud all you want. I can take it. I’ve got more friends in more high places than you think. While the media races to be the first to report any story they can about me to make their money, I’m neither making nor losing money on this. You took my statement of “I’ve got nothing to lose” as meaning I’m desperate and lonely. Get the facts straight. I’ve got a large family that’s been supporting me this entire time. I’ve got friends in places you can’t even imagine. My community knows me, and the bonds I’ve formed are backed by love, not money. When will you ever learn? I know you don’t put your personal name on your statements because you fear the legal action that will be taken against you. You do not want to be made the scapegoat for your own actions.
To my fellow Americans, struggling to hold on to your house or car:
Hang in there. Help is coming. While you may not yet fully understand the full impact of the lesson I have been and will continue teaching, you will benefit from it soon enough. Throughout all of the misquoted garbage I’ve read and seen thus far, the people the message was meant for are starting to get it:
Make no mistake. It was not just some overnight and irrational decision I made to create this blog and begin talking. I don’t put anything in writing for you that I’m not willing to back up and prove. I’m not in jail because I followed the rules as I will continue to do.
Ignore the hype. Disregard the sensationalism. Learn the facts. They’re easy to see for those willing to look.
Coverage on the subject:
When a homeowner fails to keep up their insurance premiums on a mortgaged residence, their loan servicer has the option/obligation to step in to buy a comparable insurance policy on the loan holder’s behalf, to ensure the mortgaged property remains fully insured….
Consider one case found by [American Banker's Jeff] Horwitz. A homeowner’s $4,000 insurance policy, was paid by the loan servicer, Everbank via escrow. But Everbank purposely let that insurance policy lapse, and then replaced it with a different policy – one that cost more than $33,000. To add insult to injury, the insurer, a subsidiary of Assurant, paid Everbank a $7,100 kickback for giving it such a lucrative policy — and, writes Horwitz, “left the door open to further compensation” down the road.
That $33,000 policy — including the $7,100 kickback – is an enormous amount of money for any loan servicer to make on a single property. The average loan servicer makes just $51 per loan per year.
Here’s where things get interesting: That $33,000 insurance premium is ultimately paid by the investors who bought the loan.
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It goes on and on...