Supporting, Informing & Connecting People in Foreclosure
"Justice is justly represented blind, because she sees no difference in the parties concerned. She has but one scale and weight, for rich and poor, great and small."
WILLIAM PENN, Some Fruits of Solitude
This Court Order was signed on January 5, 2012 by the Honorable John McConnell Jr., United States District Judge.
The following interpretation and commentary is mine and mine alone. I have no desire to mischaracterize the Order so PLEASE read it carefully and draw your own conclusions.
Justice is Blind. Justice should not be Blinded.
For too long has a dark cloud covered us. For too long the many have lived in the shadows of the few. For too long a fear has been in us that is palpable. The fear being that Justice has been Blinded by the Few at the expense of the many.
It is not healthy for us as a Nation and it is not healthy for us as individuals. It is no longer a conspiracy theory, or even a coincidence theory, that the "Powers That Be" have ruled over us with an unrelenting Iron Fist.
The bankers, their minions, and those responsible for keeping them in check are in league with each other.
They have formed an unholy alliance.
What I read in the Order is that this may be a "Turning". This Court may indeed by Blind; while refusing to be Blinded. What I read is the unholy alliance has serious problems.
Particulary noteworthy to this reader can be found on page 3, paragraph "e":
“Order the appearance of any persons necessary to settle any claims…”.
Does this mean filing Motions for Protective Order are prohibited by the Court?
It sounds like it to me. After all, what do they have to hide?
The Unholy Alliance has some serious issues to address lest they suffer the lash of a Trial by Jury.
If a settlement takes place mustn't the mortgage must be released at closing by the current mortgage owner (who’s that?) before a new mortgage with title insurance is issued.
Specifically, if the title company is not satisfied that there is a good release on the old mortgage, won't it refuse to insure a new mortgage?
Same applies if paid in cash – still need title insurance with homeowner as named insured. No?
If they won’t that means bad title and no standing. Title companies are in bad shape already.
The last thing they need is carrying even more bad paper.
These and many other issues will need to be considered...carefully...in the smoky haze of the Unholy Alliance back room.
Are we on the precipice of Great Change?
I hope so; a Special Master may have appeared. One that the Unholy Alliance will have to answer to.