Foreclosure Fight Club | George Babcock to Mark Harmon “Send Your Minions that I May Lay Waste to them Before Me”
“No TKO’s will be accepted”
Check out this letter sent from “Foreclosure Stoppage” Attorney George Babcock to opposing counsel Mark Harmon…
Dear Mr. Harmon,
Please be advised that I have been retained by Mr. Conley regarding the notice of illegal foreclosure you mailed to him on February 4, 2011. The chain of title to this properly and the note is like a walk down the yellow brick road. Is Harmon Law the Wizard of Title? You display extreme indifference to the law by noticing a foreclosure on this property. As you know, I take great pride in defending my clients against the evil forces that guide your actions. Mr. Conley is a personal friend. It is my intention to be even more pugilistic in this matter. It is disgusting and I will make sure that whoever violates his property rights is knocked out of the ring. No TKO’s will be accepted. A full fledged, right cross to the chin of the beast.
I look forward to a response although I am quite certain you will not engage me as is your habit. Send your minions that I may lay waste to them before me.
I hope that this letter is circulated as has been your habit in the past. I like my enemy to know that I am at its doorstep.
Very truly yours,
George E. Babcock, Esquire
Actual letter below…
But first, some background on Mark Harman…
Harmon Law Offices, a Newton firm that specializes in foreclosures, is being investigated by the state attorney general’s office for allegedly unlawfully evicting residents from bank-owned properties.
State officials want to determine whether Harmon Law failed to comply with a new Massachusetts law that protects tenants living in foreclosed homes from eviction, a spokesman for Attorney General Martha Coakley said today. more here…
Mark P. Harmon has resigned as a director at the Plantation foreclosure processing company with ties to David J. Stern’s law practice, as the Massachusetts Attorney General said it is investigating whether Harmon’s firm illegally evicted tenants from repossessed homes in that state.
Harmon’s resignation, announced by DJSP Enterprises Inc. on Monday, comes as the beleagured company said it is laying off another 198 employees, bringing the total to 300 within the past two weeks. more here…
For more on “Foreclosure Stoppage” attorney George Babcock click here…