Florida Judge in Foreclosure Case Sues Homeowner for ‘False, Fictitious, and Fraudulent’ Filings

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Florida Judge in Foreclosure Case Sues Homeowner for ‘False, Fictitious, and Fraudulent’ Filings

A Pinellas circuit judge presiding over a foreclosure action is suing the homeowner in that case, claiming she filed “false, fictitious and fraudulent” documents against the judge in his own court.

The lawsuit stems from the 2013 foreclosure of a Clearwater home at 3155 Hyde Park Drive in the Countryside area near McMullen-Booth Road. Homeowners Leslie and Martin Armstrong stopped making mortgage payments in October 2011, according to court records.

Circuit Judge Thomas Minkoff ruled in favor of Wells Fargo on Sept. 4.

ater that month, Leslie Armstrong, 58, filed records against Minkoff in federal court, outlining in a document titled “Criminal Complaint” a list of allegations against the judge and the bank.

Rest here…

Copy of the docket with all filings below…

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2 Responses to “Florida Judge in Foreclosure Case Sues Homeowner for ‘False, Fictitious, and Fraudulent’ Filings”
  1. Angel says:

    This is crazy….with ALL the fake/altered/forged documents by BANKS are somehow overlooked???do a study…consumers vrs Banks…bet you ANYTHING,,,, consumer actions 1%,BANKS actions of FAKES, 99.999999% ..wake up america!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. lvent says:

    They’re identity thieves & moreover, they stole my social # 341-66-6698 by doing so.

    The freemason system steals & hides it to blame the victims for being set up by them.

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