Couple Facing Foreclosure File $144 Billion in Retaliation Liens Against People for Their Economic Problems
The Eilertsons filed false liens against 12 victims, using the name “Blessings of Liberty,” according to criminal complaints filed in Ramsey County District Court.
The Hennepin County sheriff’s office referred the case to St. Paul police for investigation because several of the victims are Hennepin County officials.
The Eilertsons’ activities stemmed from 2009, when their home at 4448 Cedar Ave. S. in Minneapolis went into foreclosure.
An online contact, identified in the complaints by the initials P.K., gave them instructions on how to file Uniform Commercial Code liens against people in retaliation for their economic problems. They were told that filing under the name “Blessings of Liberty” shielded them from civil and criminal liability.
P.K. said the liens, which are claims against an asset, would allow the Eilertsons to “do death by a thousand paper cuts.”
The liens were filed in 2009 and 2010 with the secretary of state’s office in St. Paul and totaled $114 billion.
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