These shocking developments are just in from Attorney Matthew Weidner
The police are treating these criminal break-ins as civil matters.
How civil will this be when someone gets killed? What the hell is going on?
Attached is a lawsuit that I filed last week, along with police reports that detail the facts of thugs breaking into my client’s home and terrorizing two tourists who were visiting our country from Canada.
Pay particular attention to the findings of fact contained within the police report and the facts the Sheriff’s office uncovers during their investigation. What is most troubling about this phenomena is the fact that the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office has declined to do anything about this case. What is even more troubling than that is the fact that my calls to the Sheriff’s Office have gone completely ignored. I’ve made my way up the chain of command but have received no action on this issue at all.
In addition to being a serious breach of our fundamental rights, someone is going to get seriously hurt or killed here and no one in power seems concerned enough to do anything about this.
This police report is truly very, very disturbing because it details how the lenders broke in and changed the locks on three different properties….
READ THE REPORT CAREFULLY, BECA– USE IT NOTES THAT THE BREAK IN OCCURRED BEFORE A FORECLOSURE WAS EVEN FILED!
INCIDENT NUMBER THREE- TERRORIZED IN HER OWN HOME AND EXAMPLE OF LENDER/SERVICER INSURANCE FRAUD?
The reports below are also very disturbing because again, we get law enforcement making findings of fact but declining to do anything at all about the obvious abuses that are being committed by these lenders on this homeowner. This homeowner is terrified of returning to her own home, afraid that these thugs will have rooted through her home again.
Look at the pictures in the report….just think of how violated you would feel if someone came into your home and took pictures at will, throwing your possessions about about and stealing whatever they thought they wanted.
Most disturbing, what if law enforcement denied your requests to do anything about it and told you they would do nothing to protect you?
The fact that lenders are breaking down doors and changing locks and law enforcement is not even doing anything really is very, very disturbing. I can only hope that our press will begin to pick up on this as an issue.
DEBRA L. FISCHER v FIRST PROPERTY PRESERVATION, INC., a Florida Corporation; WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK, F.A.; CHASE FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC; VASIL Y BILIK, an individual; and VIKTOR S. TITENKO
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