Massachusetts Register of Deeds John O’Brien and Forensic Mortgage Fraud Examiner Marie McDonnell find former Vice-Presidential candidate Sarah Palin is victim of potential mortgage fraud

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Well, they didn’t find it, as it was first reported here via Zero Hedge a few weeks ago, but none the less, they got it out in front of the MSM…

“The worst thing that could happen to Sarah Palin is she has a cloud on her title. She’s going to have to go out, retain an attorney, and try to clean up the mess that the banks caused,” John L. O’Brien Jr., the Salem-based Register of Deeds for Southern Essex County, sand in an interview with NECN Thursday. In a worst-case scenario, a prior owner could challenge whether Palin now legally holds title to the property — or Palin could be stuck with a legal headache trying to resell the house years down the road.

Full press release below…

Be sure to check out Palin’s tainted title mortgage map here…

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Massachusetts Register of Deeds John O’Brien and Forensic Mortgage Fraud Examiner Marie McDonnell Find Former Vice-Presidential Candidate Sarah Palin is Victim of Potential Mortgage Fraud

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  1. l vent says:

    Incognito, I agree, I really just want them to go away and never come back. I am so incredibly grateful for the many things I have learned throughout this nightmare from people like you. I will look for you on hamlet. Thank you soo much again.

  2. Tim Bryant says:

    Suffolk County NY tried to refuse MERS documents in 2006, but the Court of Appeals struck them down. You must read the dissenting opinions….what they imagined could happen, DID !!!

    http://neuro.law.cornell.edu/nyctap/search/display.html?terms=appeal&url=/nyctap/I06_0167.htm

  3. indio007 says:

    For the record I broke the Linda Green Palin story they day the WSJ printed an article saying she bought property.

  4. John Stickler says:

    This story really opens up the entire rotten underbelly of foreclosuregate. Interesting that Ms. Deborah Brignac testified at an historic case in California (Herrera vs Deutsch 5-31-11 Cal 3rd District) and her testimony was so bogus the judge reversed a summary judgement for Deutschebank and ruled in favor of the homeowner.
    Let’s hope the national media picks up this story and runs with it.

    • Tim Bryant says:

      Let’s not HOPE the media picks up on this story, let’s HELP get this story out to the national media…

      • Readdocs says:

        The format I’m looking at doesn’t show that. It has an abstract you can click on, but does not show
        where you can look at the record for the affidavit.
        It would be interesting to see what the affidavit was for.

  5. Readdocs says:

    Palin may never acknowledge or look into this info. She may see this a prank for attention. Or maybe it’s being kept from her, as it is not being touted by the main media.
    Eventually she will have to pay attention, because if the original owners hear about this, they may take her and the banks to court and get their home back with Palin being left holding the bag with no return on her money.

    • Tim Bryant says:

      She knows about it. They tried to contact her as part of the story. I think the larger issue for her, is that she is a political liability for Wall Street. To clear her title, she would have to go to court and state that Linda Green was a robosigner, and fraudulently represented the statements made. Since Linda Green’s name is on God knows how many documents, this would publicly open up a HUGE can of worms.

      I am interested in seeing how Wall Street’s contributions to her will look like from here on out.

      As a side note, our Senator Scott Brown was a real estate attorney in Wrentham, Norfolk County, and a property Assessor for Wrentham…..makes one wonder if he is a vice president or assistant secretary for MERS?

  6. l vent says:

    Anyone ever here of a Patricia M. Picard? She wears many hats but I can’t find her on Google. Seems she is an escrowee for Chicago Title and Trust and she is a Notary Public for the State of Illinois. She was NOT at the closing table when I closed on my house. Looks like it is time for someone to start dropping some subpeonas on these robo-signers..

    • Readdocs says:

      I don’t know if this is the person you are looking for.
      http://www.facebook.com/ppicards
      http://twitter.com/patoupicard

      I found this using startpage.com

      • l vent says:

        Readdocs, 99.999% sure that is not her. That is a broken link she provided on facebook. And that twitter acct has never been used. Hmmm….the plot thickens. Who on the planet is not on google or yahoo? She is a business person and she is not even on Linkedin? LMAO!!! TY anyways.

    • incognito123 says:

      Ivent – did you get a complete copy of her notary oath of office/application as a IL notary? If not, you can get it from most states for about $5-20. Get it, see what information is there, find out her address, research that – you may very well get some dead ends, but keep searching, you never know where it will lead you! Does she have any other licenses in IL, mortgage broker, or anything else that IL regulates.

      • l vent says:

        Incognito,Thanks, I will look into that. Looks like this could be another work of bankster fiction. I think all of these robo-signed and electronic notarizations are a load of b.s. There was no notary at my closing. She is supposedly an escrowee for Chicago Title and Trust and a Notary for the State of Ill.. That is what sent up the red flags when I saw her name electronically stamped on the copy of the mortgage. I wonder if she is the one who typoed over an unmarried man after the closing and typed in married man and forged mine and my husbands initials??? An attorney told me a title co. would not do that. Well Chgo Title and Trust recorded a payment from themselves as grantor to the public as grantee at the CROD.. Who is public? From public, it went into MERS with no assignment then back to us, then to the bankster again with no assignment. Now the pretender lender and Fannie mae are trying to join us in theh fraudclosure complaint to fraudclose on MERS. . What a bunch of scammers.

      • incognito123 says:

        wooow, if your saying that document was altered AFTER you signed it, your DONE. Once you sign, NO changes can be made to the document. I have been addressing this exact issue with the FL Gov office as I know of a situation where a document was altered after signing, and I had the proof of the alteration and signed an affidavit of the alteration in 2006, and follow-up complaint in 2010.

      • l vent says:

        incognito They did alter the documents after the closing. I have all of the originals before the typos!!!. The lawyer I spoke with told me that is the bargaining chip I can use to settle with the pretender lenders out of court. I think they are really screwed. What do you think? I can prove they forged mine and my husbands initials.

      • incognito123 says:

        1vent – what I think IF FOLLOWING THE LAW is they are DONE, finished, toast, and you have won your case – in ANY state, and if you have an attorney, they are milking it and will continue to do so and will throw you under the bus and eventually even with that, you will lose your case. The problem is, getting these judges to FOLLOW THE LAW. As far as Florida goes (not sure about other states, but they have to have similar statutes, laws and codes) when they altered it, it was in violation of FS 90.952 & 90.953, it was fraud, and YOU MUST FILE A COMPLAINT to AG & GOV & FBI for rock bottom minimum as they are not allowed to alter the documents AFTER you sign, period. That is fraud plain and simple. If they forged signatures, bring that up as well. File complaints on the notary (even if s/he didn’t do it, it shouldn’t have been altered after signing) and file complaints on the title people, and the attorney bringing you into court. That is for starters. You need to send them a bill for the same amount they are claiming you owe, because they are not entitled to anything they claim, so they have slandered your name and your property by bringing a fraudulent action.

      • incognito123 says:

        BTW, it is MORE than a bargaining chip. While you may (probably do) have other case ending fatal flaws in your case, this is one giant fatal flaw. Use your power to assert your rights and enforce it. Your attorney has no such rights, only you do.

      • l vent says:

        Incognito, Do you think I should sue them?

      • incognito123 says:

        1vent, are you on foreclosurehamlet?

      • l vent says:

        incognito, THANK YOU SO, MUCH!!!!! I cannot even thank you enough. I have to go downtown to court on Monday, the pretender wants to add another plaintiff to the fraudclosure complaint. They sent me a MOTION FOR LEAVE TO FILE AMENDED COMPLAINT FOR FORECLOSURE. They are trying to say Citibank,(South Dakota), N.A. by virtue of a Memorandum of Judgement dated the day after I went to court to answer the foreclosure complaint, wants to be added to the foreclosure complaint for a $ 2300.00 debt. I do not even know where they or that debt came from and neither I or my husband have never,ever had a debt with Citi. Should I show the judge the fraud? Do I need a lawyer to do that? The judge seemed honest and was not taking any shit from the pretender lenders lawyer last time.Could he throw the whole case out of court. In my answer to the complaint I told them to show proof of their standing. Their attorney brought nothing. I know we need to file b.k. The pretender lender called me yesterday and left a message to call them. I returned their call and their was a message that if you are in a bankrupcy this call is not for you. When they got on the phone the person said do we want to do a short sale or talk to their legal dept about other options. I told her no, show me the proof I owe your any money. I think they are trying to force us to file bk. I received another hand written note in the mail today from a realtor telling me someone wants to buy our home. I promptly returned his call and told him our house is not for sale and it is paid for.

      • incognito123 says:

        1vent, DON’T stop researching the IL notary, and I would still file complaints on everyone I said, and if you think appropriate against others, them as well. Are you on foreclosurehamlet?

      • l vent says:

        incognito, I haven’t been on hamlet in a while.I have pretty much been hanging out here. Is there info there I could use?

      • l vent says:

        I think that notary thing is big too. That electronic notarization is on a separate page from the note and there was no notary there that day. There is no way she works for the bank and the title company if she even exists which I doubt she does. On my commercial property they have my name on the copy of the note but not the mortgage. They cross collateralized the commercial property with my house in my name. I know I have to go back to the recorders office to get a copy of what mortgage they recorded but they did it without my signature. I think they used a loan mod to secure their lien, my signature is not on it, and put that into MERS in my name. An attorney already told me they can’t cross collateralize. The commercial property is rented and has been in recievership since a year ago when they doubled the property taxes and we could not pay the $2000.00 more a month. We missed like 2 payments and they stole it. No one has come forward with a note to prove ownership in the last year. The FBI told me to file a police report. My husband and I spoke to the asst. chief of police about it and he said he was going to give us the name of someone in the Sheriff’s dept. They have a mortgage fraud task force or the name of someone from the Il States Attorney’s office. The bank has since swapped bad debts with an out of state servicer and that was done after the foreclosure lis pens was filed. They are rotten dirty crooks, all of them.

      • l vent says:

        BTW, That cross collateralization has been released at the county recorders office but it still appears on the title to the commercial property and the house. I have all of the releases of mortgage from the previous bank stamped paid and recorded paid from 2 years after the second bank assigned a mortgage. It is all enought to give anybody a migraine.

      • incognito123 says:

        You may/probably will want to object to them adding a plaintiff – how many shots are they going to be permitted? If their complaint wasn’t right in the first place dismiss it. If they want to start another complaint, let them manufacture more to show even more fraud – it becomes easier and easier to find and show. Have them let in as a defendant and explain things maybe, but not plaintiff. They wouldn’t want that ‘other plaintiff’ in as defendant as that would pit them against themselves basically. OBJECT to everything unless it is in your best interest. Yes, do lots of research on EVERYONE that touches your case, and see where the info takes you. Investigate attorney/judge/notary/clerk, everyone as far as you can take your investigation. I am working on something in a state other than where I am right now, and I found other things I wasn’t even looking for, and believe me, when the time is right, I will unleash on them. Kinda like Inside Job, there is a Tsunami headed their way and they don’t even know it is coming because they don’t know what I have. Even if they are reading this, they still don’t know what I have or how powerful it is. As far as your one question about suing them, think about a couple of things – what got us into this trouble – GREED. I know you know it was even swap with the purported mortgage, they didn’t lend you money and such, and yes, you probably would be entitled to compensation for their fraud, but isn’t getting your home in your name only, with no legal stuff pending good enough? Work toward that, it is the right thing to do, don’t go down their path, even if you might be entitled to it. Honesty and integrity goes a long way. I’d talk more in pvt, that’s why I asked if you were on FH.

      • l vent says:

        Thanks incognito, my answer ended up at the top. I will be looking forward to talking to you on FH.

  7. debi J says:

    This may be a good thing. We all know how sara loves the attention. She is just the one to have linda green on her title! I just hope someone shows HER how they did it — I’m sure sara will have a three stooges moment when trying to figure this all out on her own. Hopefully marie calls her!! Debi 5613899339. If she needs more linda green samples I have gazillions.

  8. Tim Bryant says:

    This may be the publicity it takes to get this mess fixed. We need to get this story to as many media outlets as possible. People who are not going through our struggle have no concept of what the robosigning means TO THEM.

    We should find more public figures in the county records who have LINDA GREEN on their documents. It would also fuel the MSM to look at the county records themselves.

    Keep fighting, keep the pressure on, and don’t let fraudclosuregate leave the headlines…

    Tim Bryant
    1st Massachusetts Deadbeat Brigade (LOL)

    • Mrs Doutfire says:

      Im with you Tim! Im in mass also!
      1st Massachusetts Deadbeat Brigade

      • Tim Bryant says:

        Did you know our Senator Scott Brown was a real estate attorney before he was a Congressman? He was also an Assessor for Wrentham. You can look at his docs on the Norfolk County ROD website. You can make your own conclusions.

        Maybe if he is a MERS “employee” he can make an assignment of the Capitol building to a Wall Street bank while holding only “legal title” for MERS. I know it sounds funny, but he could do it under MERS membership rules, and the government would never know….LOL

      • Tim Bryant says:

        I have found an affidavit in the Norfolk County Registry of Deeds where Scott Brown acted as principle receiving the benefit, witness, and notary. It is dated May 16, 2008. Hmmmmmmmm…….

      • Readdocs says:

        What is the document subject about Scott? And who else is named?

      • Tim Bryant says:

        It is an Affidavit indemnifying Scott Brown and Wrentham Cooperative Bank. The party is Gregory Gerrish. The affidavit is dated May 16, 2008, Norfolk County register, book 25766, page 435. It can be viewed online in the online research / free access.

      • Readdocs says:

        Do you have a link to the website?

      • Tim Bryant says:

        You may have to start of here and sign in… http://www.norfolkresearch.org

      • Tim Bryant says:

        In the original link, I left out the “.org” after norfolkresearch….sorry

      • Readdocs says:

        Thanks Tim, there’s free access without logging in.

      • Tim Bryant says:

        Tell me what you think when you see it….a definite head-scratcher

      • Readdocs says:

        Looking at the menu on the left hand side of the site…where did you go to find that form?

      • Tim Bryant says:

        Recorded land by name…then enter his name. The affidavit I referenced was on the last page, near the end.

      • Readdocs says:

        On the last page…at the end, this was recorded April of this year.

        Pages in document: 1
        Grp: 1
        Type: Municipal Lien Certificate
        Desc: SEE RECORD

        Town: CANTON Addr: 19 WARD WELL ROAD

        Gtor: BROWN, SCOTT A (&AL) (Gtor)
        Gtor: BROWN, COLLEEN (&AL) (Gtor)

        Return addr: CHRIS CAWLEY
        1721 CENTRE STREET
        WEST ROXBURY, MA 02132

      • Readdocs says:

        This look like the pay off on a mortgage.

        Pages in document: 1
        Grp: 1
        Type: Discharge
        Desc: MTG.
        Refers to Book: 25702-423

        Town: CANTON Addr: 19 WARDWELL ROAD

        Gtor: JPMORGAN CHASE BANK N.A. (Gtor)
        Gtee: BROWN, SCOTT A (&AL) (Gtee)
        Gtee: BROWN, COLLEEN (&AL) (Gtee)

        Return addr: CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC
        ATTN: CHRISTIAN FLORES
        780 KANSAS LANE
        STE A
        MONROE, LA 71203

      • Tim Bryant says:

        No, he is Scott P Brown….

      • Readdocs says:

        Oops…I’ll take another look.

      • Tim Bryant says:

        Law Office Of Scott P Brown
        70 Hayden Woods
        Wrentham, MA 02093-1282

        This should help you…

      • Tim Bryant says:

        Oh yeah, I left out he was a State Senator when that affidavit was executed…

      • Readdocs says:

        Two affidavits, can the documents be viewed online?
        Is there any detail why he’s being indemified?

      • Tim Bryant says:

        Readdocs,

        Look on the right side. Click on doc. Then look at the left and click “view all”. It will show the document with sigs.

      • Tim Bryant says:

        It is an indemnification for himself and Wrentham Cooperative Bank by Gregory Gerrish in case any claim is brought against them because of a bankruptcy.

        Don’t hit abstract. Hit the next button over that says “doc”. It will show the image in Java. The “view” feature will be on your left after you click “doc”.

      • Readdocs says:

        We must be looking at different screen shots. I have abstract beside that is view that can be clicked on
        after that is print and add to print cart. There’s no option for doc to click on.
        Are you logged in? That might make a difference to access.

      • Tim Bryant says:

        No, I am not logged on. It is available on the free access.

      • Readdocs says:

        Nevermind, I finally figured it out. It looks like Scott was buying something out of a bankruptcy,
        and the guy who indemified Scott was declaring he was not involved in the bankruptcy. I’m not
        sure why someone who wasn’t involved would need to do that unless it is like a kind of insurance.

      • incognito123 says:

        That attorney has an INTEREST in the transaction and CANNOT legally notarize the document. A complaint to the MA bar and Governor/secretary of State (whoever oversees notaries in MA) for the conduct of the attorney!

      • Tim Bryant says:

        You also cannot be a principle, witness, and notary for the same document, which is the most important issue. I am dying to find out if he is a MERS certifying officer. I would literally chard myself……LOL

      • Readdocs says:

        Incognito, thanks for that heads up…and you’re right he did notarize his own affidavit.
        I wouldn’t think that is very kosher.

      • Readdocs says:

        Tim, would that info show up over on the MERS website?

      • incognito123 says:

        Tim, in SOME states (not sure about MA) a notary CAN act as a witness AND notarize the document. For example, in Florida this IS permitted. HOWEVER, this attorney has an interest in the document and in NO states would this be permitted when he is or can benefit from the document. That IS illegal in ALL states, period.

      • Tim Bryant says:

        Incognito and Readdocs,

        You both have hit the nail on the head. The Secretary of State oversees notaries (and Registrars of Deeds). Interestingly, Sen Brown won his seat against Martha Coakley, our Attorney General….hmmmmm. If this became public, it would get even more interesting. The Executive Order laying out the Notary Law, was signed by Mitt Romney. If Brown said he did nothing wrong, the media could go ask Romney if what he did was wrong. I could just see the media circus this could create. I am not a Democrat, but I see political liabilities all over the place for Repub presidential candidates because of fraudclosuregate !!!

        (PS…The info would not be in MERS.)

      • Readdocs says:

        Speaking of MERS there’s been some changes over there. Some of the information that was accessible has been scrubbed or moved so it’s no longer public. The data about mortgages has been cut to just
        the min number, and who the servicer is.

        Brown might be the next scandal then, and as far as I am concerned there’s 535 scoundrels on the Hill
        that need to be fired.

      • incognito123 says:

        I’ve already started my complaint on this, as it bothers me seeing violations by these criminals! Right on the Governor’s website, it says: Can I notarize a document in which I am named?
        No. A notary cannot notarize a document if he or she has a direct financial or beneficial interest in the transaction that the document is codifying. Being named in a document means that the notary cannot act as an impartial party. There is no doubt he has an interest in the document because he is requesting the signor indemnify him, boom interest in the transaction of the document. ILLEGAL, and as an attorney he is EXPECTED to know, and cannot claim ignorance. I’m still looking for the statute, give me a little time, I’ll find that as well.

      • Tim Bryant says:

        Here is the Executive Order….signed by Mitt Romney

        http://www.ips-notary.com/download/Exec_Ord.pdf

      • l vent says:

        Are they still calling them MOM A/K/A MILITARY OF MALTA loans? They all make me sick.

      • Tim Bryant says:

        Found another interesting doc in the Norfolk County records, book 28004, page 524. This one is a discharge by Chase for Martha Coakley. The notary Karin W Harris’ signature is completely different from signatures contained in the other docs. I also have a document showing Ms Harris acknowledging that all the same actors are employees of MERS, as nominee for Greenpark Mortgage. No mention of Chase anywhere, and Chase appears to have no interest in the mortgage.

        There is another doc concerning AG Coakley that is pretty funny. In book 27904, page 384, is a discharge for Citizens Bank, in which they “caused their corporate seal to be affixed”. One problem, whoever did the document affixed Chase Home Mortgage’s seal to be affixed, not Citizens

  9. Lit Gant says:

    Well Sarah has kept her mouth shut about all this fraud. So it deserves her well to be a victim of the fraud she was silent about. Where was her attorney? She can go after his errors and omissions if she wants and or she did not use one of the shyster robo-lawyers. If she did, she deserves all this mess. My suggestion is she file a Quiet Title action against everyone. The banks can refuse to respond. The former owners can refuse to respond, and a judge can clean up the title by granting the quiet title action. This is just my opinion. But to me Sarah deserves to be taken by fraud. Maybe she will stop running for president and start using her youth and skills to help stop all the faud.

  10. l vent says:

    Found something interesting in my mortgage docs last night. What do you think the chances are that an escrowee from a title co. would also be a notary public who supposedly witnessed that you signed the mortgage? I know that person was not there at the closing table. It seems highly unlikely that this person could be both entities that she is claiming to be. I googled her name, can’t seem to find her. Strange, I saw a local news report yesterday that a local cop does not like the fact that someone can Google her name and find out where she lives and even if there is a car in her driveway but I cannot seem to find this person exists on planet earth. I heard a report on Bloomberg today that the State AG’s are close to a settlement with the banksters says A.G. Miller. This settlement better be a full loan recission for all of the fraud or it is time to start going after these bastards criminally and start dropping subpoenas on these fakers and fraudsters. The american people have had enough of the lies and the b.s..

    • J A says:

      And for all of us who have already had our homes stolen from us through fraudulent foreclosure — and have proved this in the form of documentation sent to the AG’s office and elsewhere — there better be FINANCIAL COMPENSATION for all that we have lost, at least an amount equal to our former mortgage loan amount since that asset was stolen from us and we’ll never have it again. (And if the person currently living in my former home ever tries to sell it, I will be first in line to claim rightful ownership due to the clouded title.)

      • l vent says:

        They should give you back your stolen home with monetary compensation. I read 99% of fraudclosures are illegal. I would go to the proper authorities with the proof that they had no right to take your home for what no doubt amounts to no more than an unsecured debt. Make some noise. They stole your home from you illegally. Call the FBI white collar crimes division and tell them about it. Screw calling a lawyer, the majority of them will lie to you. Don’t let them off easy. Go after the criminals who stole your home they cannot prove they own. This war is far from over, it is really just the begining..

      • incognito123 says:

        lvent, did you see my comment to you above about researching —- did you get a complete copy of her notary oath of office/application as a IL notary? If not, you can get it from most states for about $5-20. Get it, see what information is there, find out her address, research that – you may very well get some dead ends, but keep searching, you never know where it will lead you! Does she have any other licenses in IL, mortgage broker, or anything else that IL regulates.

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