O’Brien & Thigpen Fraudclosure Letter to Miller, “There can be no settlement for pennies on the dollar.”

“Why the Registers of Deeds have not been involved in these negotiations is puzzling” according to O’Brien and Thigpen. “We need to bring our knowledge of the land recordation system and consumer’s problematic chain of title issues to the table.”

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From Housingwire…

Two Registers of Deeds asked Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller Friday to postpone a settlement with the nation’s largest mortgage servicers until the cost damage to land records is better understood.

John O’Brien, Register of Deeds of Southern Essex County in Massachusetts, and Jeff Thigpen, Register of Deeds of Guilford County in North Carolina, wrote a letter to the attorney general, stressing the need to appropriately settle terms with servicers based on the amount of damaged practices such as robo-signing caused.

“We need to take a long hard look at the damage that these banks have caused, not only to our economy but also to people’s chains of title,” O’Brien commented. “There can be no settlement for pennies on the dollar.”

Can’t wait to see Miller’s Reply…

Keep up the pressure guys…

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9 Responses to “O’Brien & Thigpen Fraudclosure Letter to Miller, “There can be no settlement for pennies on the dollar.””
  1. Readdocs says:

    Unless the AGs as a whole decide against a resolution allowing the perpetrators a pass, this problem will continue to expand and we’ll see more destruction of our inalienable right of owning private property.
    And when it finally explodes through its own corruption, there will not be enough rope for the justice called for.
    If the AGs allow this, they are complicit after the fact of that which has already happened and complicit before and during the act of the future criminal behaviour of those allowed to walk free.
    Follow the money trail.

  2. Equity Free says:

    The fact that many or most Registers of Deeds around the country were never told by their state AG to look
    into the records because were investigating the lenders and are looking for xyz….in the records
    They saw the 60 minute show then went & looked found it & now will get some BS from AG . I applaud them
    and hope they make enough noise to disseminate the truth to more ears and eyes . AG’s know the fraud is displayed in public records .
    WHERE R THE AG’s INVESTIGATING ? OH I KNOW …..ON US
    Do not jay-walk all – that’s 5 – 10 ,

    ARREST A CEO START @ GOLDMANMACS THIS IS NO TIME FOR COWARDS ! DO THE RIGHT THING

    • Catherine Mc Manus says:

      Florida has Ag Pam Bondi-
      her high priority is BATH SALTS and closing illegal pill mills. Mission accomplished.
      Ok I get the pill mill mess, and certainly hope they stop handing pain pills out like candy,
      but they are only doing that because it will help Florida Governor Rick Scott
      by closing small clinics, prevent new clinics to be licensed, so his well know SOLANTIC CLINICS-SOLANTIC HEALTH CARE will have more business.
      Yes, GOV. SCOTT the people can see right through you, know you were elected because you have $xperience, enough millions to buy/paid your way to be elected & know how to beat the MEDICARE & OTHER FRAUD CHARGES you were officially charged with and will do the same with FORECLOSURE FRAUD & YOUR PUPPET PAM BONDI. You & Bondi will do what is best for yourselves not the people.

      Listen up GOV SCOTT & AG BONDI-get to the other mills-FORECLOSURE FRAUD MILLS and STOP TAKING “DONATIONS” from BANKS & SERVICERS. Show us you can STOP FORECLOSURE MILLS
      THE SAME WAY YOU STOP PILL MILLS & by all means please PROTECT US FROM BATH SALTS.
      I receive Bondi’s weekly newsletters-better than sunday comics…
      I’m hoping you will soon get to SERIOUS ISSUES-REAL ISSUES- that will bring millions to protest at Tallahassee Taj Mahall.

      • OK…now we must call or e-mail the Register of Deeds in all Florida counties….( I really do not see why we must remind them to do it) Working in the court building you would think they would have already done ‘ something ‘ to get back what the county lost in fees/recording…..Many months ago in California some counties filed suit to gain what was lost…..so this has not been a sudden issue…..yet think of all the counties that ignored it. I have a hard time digesting this issue also….is it just plain lazy or it’s not my job or what? A lot of money owed and no one makes a move to collect it….at least start on it….something…..the property tax collecter is always on the job making sure they get every cent paid on taxes….so let’s all get the e-mails or phone calls to all REGISTER OF DEEDS……TELL THEM WE DEMAND ALL FEES TO BE COLLECTED FROM THE FRAUDSTER BANKSTERS……HEY, IN 2003 WAMU SAID IN THE ARM’S PROSPECTUS THAT THEY DID NOT DO THE CHAIN OF TITLE RECORDING TO SAVE ON ADMINISTRATION. COSTS……IN FACT…THEY DID NOTHING AT ALL…AND THEY SAID THEY KEPT THE NOTES SO NO ONE COULD STEAL THEM……LOL….OMG….ONE CROOK LOOKING OUT FOR OTHER CROOKS WHO STEAL…..THIS WHOLE BANK CRAP IS SO DISGUSTING….

  3. housemanrob says:

    Go Jeff, go John, I’ll work for you guys for nothing!!!!!!!!!

  4. David says:

    Call your county recorder and tell them to join in… They lost tons

  5. Ms. A says:

    believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around [the banks] will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered. The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs.

    Thomas Jefferson, (Attributed)
    3rd president of US (1743 – 1826)

  6. Ms. A says:

    O’Brien & Thigpen have been admirably vocal about this issue. They should be give an Award of Recognition for TRUTH, JUSTICE & THE REAL AMERICAN WAY.

  7. Jason Werner says:

    O man, these banks are in big trouble.

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