Action Alert | The Bayless Family – How to Help: Occupy the FRAUDulent Enterprises and STOP on-going and future Eviction efforts

*** National NEWS ADVISORY ***
DIRECT ACTION NEEDED
Tuesday Jan. 3rd 2012

Occupy the FRAUDulent Enterprises and STOP on-going and future Eviction efforts

Bayless Family of Delaware, Ohio

Occupy the 1%. Email, Phone, & Faxes and put them on notice:

THE WHOLE WORLD IS WATCHING

For additional background, information & updates: OhioFRAUDclosure.blogspot.com

Tuesday, Jan. 3rd 2012: Occupy Email, Phone, and Fax of the below entities:

Beginning Monday January 2nd, 2012 we ask American Citizens along with any and all Occupy members, groups, and activist to take direct action. Please Occupy by email, phone and fax ALL the 1% (entities) listed below which have participated in fraudulent attempts to steal the home of the Bayless Family in Delaware Ohio, (North Columbus) or to have participated in eviction efforts. The Bayless family live in a constant and daily fear..….THEY ARE COMING….AGAIN.

We ask you “Take Action” to protest any further eviction attempts on this family. Homeowners & citizens across America and in Ohio – Please contact the 1%: US BANK Corporate Trust, their profiteering servicing partner Wells Fargo and the two Ohio based Predator Drone foreclosure mill firms Lerner, Sampson, Rothfuss (LSR) and Thompson Hine LLP, hired to execute criminal acts in our courts. The behavior of the 1% – if allowed to go unchecked – will exacerbate the foreclosure crisis, affecting millions of families, and continue to destroy the lives, families & economy for the remaining 99%.

More information below…

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4closureFraud.org

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Ohio News Advisory Final Release

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One Response to “Action Alert | The Bayless Family – How to Help: Occupy the FRAUDulent Enterprises and STOP on-going and future Eviction efforts”
  1. mark hostein says:

    It would help to add the legal argument supporting the motion to stay/ such as assignment’s issues/ TILA/ HAMP/ etc.. need the case number too.
    While I understand and support the need of public outrage against the foreclosure and securitization frauds, I believe this is better addressed in Courts. The pb is not to wait to the last minute to fight the battle.
    The securitization issues are the most damaging for the banks/Lenders, sponsors and Trustees/, using discovery proceedings in court to enjoin the investors is a great way to get the bank away. Investors are delighted to find a way out of any trust created between 2005 and 2008.

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