Friday, September 07, 2012

Banksterism in action. Again.

There is simply NO EXCUSE for this kind of "error."
The owners of a modest home near Twentynine Palms lost their cherished possessions after a bank mistakenly foreclosed their residence.
A crew broke into Alvin and Pat Tjosaas’ desert home and took everything after being directed by Wells Fargo to secure the structure.
The couple, however, didn’t have a mortgage on the home.
Alvin said the deputy sheriff said, “Good news, we know who took (your possessions)…Wells Fargo. Bad news, your stuff is all gone.”
All the married couple has now are three generations of memories....

Left unreported is whether the sheriff followed his pithy summary with issuing a warrant for somebody's arrest for unlawful breaking and entering.  If this hasn't been done, it illustrates government accessory after the fact (if not during).

This is the third such case I've mentioned on this blog... and I've no doubt there are plenty others that have been kept on the down low.  I haven't heard of anyone going to jail for any of these, nor for the robo-signing fraud, and there are plenty of financiers walking around free who shouldn't be.

Still think the rule of law exists here? 

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