Grayson – Tell Law Enforcement Officials: It’s Time for Handcuffs for Greedy Bank Executives

I need your help. I’m sending a letter to the Director of the FBI and to Central Florida’s U.S. Attorney asking them to prosecute banks that foreclose illegally on homeowners. Will you sign on, and send a message that rampant criminality and lawlessness by big banks and ‘foreclosure mills’ should end in jail time?

Will you add your name to this letter?

I will send this letter, along with all of the cosigners and your comments, to the Director of the FBI and to Central Florida’s U.S. Attorney.

Alan Grayson

Click here to sign letter…

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9 Responses to “Grayson – Tell Law Enforcement Officials: It’s Time for Handcuffs for Greedy Bank Executives”
  1. Grady says:

    Here is an author that “gets it”. It is a very good read.

    Fixing the mortgage fraud
    http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=216553

  2. RAMONA says:

    Why arent they being convicted and thrown in jail? getting a slap on the hand, gee, would it be everyone convicting them got a piece of the pie and allowed this criminal activity to happen? All the way up to the top?

  3. geraldduffy says:

    i need help to put these bastard in jail were they belong i ther is any body that cant me please notify as soon as possible 610 703 9635

  4. geraldduffy says:

    i lost my building to foreclosure at the sheriff sale and would like to sue the mortgage co and bank for fraud and unlawful foreclosure i need a pro bono lawyer to help me with writing of the complaint i can handle the rest, i dont want this bastards to get away with this crime

  5. I have it on good authority the While House is seriously considering a moratorium on foreclosures AND evictions.

  6. dormanmom says:

    Good luck on that one, last time I tried to report this crime to the police, DA, etc. I was treated like the criminal and was told “that’s a foreclosure issue, you need to take it up in the civil courts”.

    I don’t get it, what is taking so long to bring these crooks to justice? A felony is a felony! If I did what they (the banks, servicers, mills) are doing I would be behind bars.

  7. steven D says:

    The Fourth Amendment (Amendment IV) to the United States Constitution is the part of the Bill of Rights which guards against unreasonable searches and seizures. The amendment specifically also requires search and arrest warrants be judicially sanctioned and supported by probable cause. It was adopted as a response to the abuse of the writ of assistance, which is a type of general search warrant, in the American Revolution. Search and arrest should be limited in scope according to specific information supplied to the issuing court, usually by a law enforcement officer, who has sworn by it.

    Can every homeowner sue for violation for their fourth amendment rights. You can use a false affidavit to break into somebodys house right? Come on lawyers do I have to do all your work.

    Also if the banks dont own your mortgage is’nt it fraud for them to report late payments to the credit bureau there by causing you harm by not being able to get a job, higher insurance premiums, etc etc. Where are the lawyers? Where are the cops?

  8. Gabe says:

    The banks received the bail out to stabilize the economy including helping homeowners by modifying loans. After they received billions they gave themselves bonuses refused to modify mortgages and rushed to foreclose on properties by fraud. Finally the truth came out of fraudulent foreclosures.

    I wonder when our Congress will realize that Banks never had any intention of helping homeowners modifying mortgages.

    I have watched many hours of the House Committee Oversight and Government Reform hearings. “Foreclosure Prevention Part II: Are Loan Servicers Honoring Their Commitments to Help Preserve Homeownership?”
    My Answer is NO.
    Foreclosure Prevention: Is the Home Affordable Modification Program Preserving Homeownership?”
    My answer is NO.

    This is the reason it took so long to try to modify mortgages but a lot of people were turned down. Banks could not figure out who owns the loan, so instead of modifying mortgages the top executives decided it is easier to foreclose . However it backfired in the face of bankers.

  9. jlsemidey says:

    my brother lives in florida and he is going through this hell.
    he will sign it.

    can we use a copy and adapt it to Virginia, DC & MD?

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