An 8 mintue video presentation describes how HUD attorneys in Los Angeles pushed the panic button on June 9th when they hastily Emailed a “Cease and Desist” letter to Marina activists who obtained a copy of an application submitted by the Del Rey Shores luxury apartment developers for a $125 million loan guarantee from the U. S. taxpayers. Responding to a Freedom of Information Act request (FOIA) HUD released a copy of the Del Rey Shores application loan guarantee they approved recently saying the developers who submitted the application are now claiming their submission was “private”. In their panic HUD demanded that all the documents be immediately returned to HUD withing three days, along with the names and addresses of anyone who received copies and that they should destroy the documents. Appearing in the video are Daniel Henry Gottlieb, Ph.D. a marina homeowner who has been leading the fight to stop the controversial development in the densely populated Marina del Rey neighborhood and the former Attorney for the homeowners Richard I. Fine, a former U. S . Prosecutor who says that the application is a public document and HUD wants to cover up the application so no one will know what is or is not on the application that incumbers U.S. taxpayers on the controversial development.
To view the cease and desist letter along with other documents and copies of the HUD application head over to the Full Disclosure Network here…