Felony Complaint | THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE MICHIGAN v LORRAINE O’REILLY BROWN (DOCX)

DOCX (LPS) COMPLAINT AGAINST LORRAINE BROWN

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4 Responses to “Felony Complaint | THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE MICHIGAN v LORRAINE O’REILLY BROWN (DOCX)”
  1. Well, here I go again with an opinion…Really?!? Robo-signing was an internal fraud. Not a fraud that would strip homeowners of their homes. For six years we fought a forged mortgage; a truly forged mortgage, where the bank actually signed both our names to the mortgage document and then notorized those signatures as authentic. In January 2012, we won our home sans mortgage. HOWEVER, no one was sent to jail…the notary fled to Arizona, and the bank put us through six years of hell, costing thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours of grief and all we did was want a legal mortgage. They used our intent to get a refi against us, saying it didn’t matter that our signatures were forged, because we INTENDED to get a mortgage. So when I see the State of Michigan going for this woman’s juggler, I find it interesting that they jump on the bandwagon for this, however, they totally ignore that there are forged homeowners signatures on documents securing homes to loans. We have been told by one of our attorney’s that we are the only case in the country where homeowners discovered their signatures forged, by the bank…Really, out of a country that has over 346 million people in it and we were the only “blessed ones”…I’m thinking not. The robo-signing fiasco, although wrong, was an internal wrong…people need to start looking at their loan documentation. If you haven’t gotten a copy of your mortgage from your lender (we didn’t)…I highly suggest you get your butts down to your local Register of Deeds and check your signatures. Just saying.

  2. vince Faulkner says:

    Now that the practice of surrogate signing or robo signing is being prosecuted and the perpetrators are being charged the next step should be to sanction and fine every notary that signed and stamped everyone of the bogus assignments or satisfactions. These notaries were not just employees of DOCX or NTC doing what they were told to do they were commissioned representatives of either the States Governor or Secretary of State who took an oath to uphold the duties of that commission. The attestation on those assignments by the notaries should make the notaries accomplices to the perpetration of the fraud and they should charged accordingly and to the full extent of the law. Robo signers lied but the notaries swore to it.

  3. stripes says:

    I get the feeling its starting to feel pretty hot under those robes.

  4. Todd W says:

    boy, oh boy, let the games begin. Marry this up with Bevilacqua v. Rodriguez and Montgomery Co. PA Clerk suing for Quiet Title on behalf of 16,000 homeowners (via judicial notice)and you have a nice little party for dumbo “judge” and dumbo fraudclosure lackey attorney. I’ve got 6 cases going in multiple states (was a real estate inv/ dev. before Katrina wiped out bus overnight ) This is like an early xmas present. bottoms up boys and girls, enjoy the holidays…..

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