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YOU FORGE = YOU FORFEIT: Robo-signing 101. Home loan debt completely eradicated in Florida l

Certainly if you commit proven fraud you forfeit your claim. And maybe your freedom.

California Penal Code 115(a)

(a) Every person who knowingly procures or offers any false or forged instrument to be filed, registered, or recorded in any public office within this state, which instrument, if genuine, might be filed, registered, or recorded under any law of this state or of the United States, is guilty of a felony.

It is a felony in California and every single other state, to file documents into the public record which are fraudulent, i.e., forged, fabricated, untrue, incorrect, with proven notary-fraud and/or "robo-signed." "Public record" means any public repository of official documents such as county's clerk-recorder's office or any court of law. In the latter it's a "fraud upon the court" to file a document purported to have true and correct signatures attesting to the truth of a transaction, and then to have any of the very signatures on the face of that document be proven to be a forgery. That would render the document void. And any legal argument or position which relies on that void document as validation thereof would fail as being also void of merit or truth.

From an article by Kraut Law Group: "Filing a False Document under [CA] Penal Code Section 115 PC is usually associated with other Theft Crimes and White Collar Crimes such as Real Estate Fraud and Mortgage Fraud. In fact, prosecutors may prefer to file charges under Penal Code 115 PC because it is a felony level offense that is easier to prove than some of the more complex fraud charges. Related charges also include:Forgery - California Penal Code Section 470 PC; Perjury - California Penal Code Section 118 PC; Grand Theft - California Penal Code Section 487 PC."

What is robo-signing? Its a deplorable despicable practice, really, but all-too-common in the paperwork we see across the country in all fifty states, being used to foreclose and dispossess people of their homes. Robo-signing is the term used in these two compelling television news features: 60-MINUTES publicized the infamous 22 versions of "Linda Green's" signature almost 6 years ago already! Follow this up with an Atlanta TV news feature a few months later in 2012 of John O'Brien, Salem MA Registrar of Deeds ( :

"They've made my Registry of Deeds office into a crime scene!"

-- John O'Brien, So. Essex County Massachusetts Registrar of Deeds, who along with his first-lieutenant Kevin Harvey and staff maintain to aid and assist their constituents and anyone who wants to search their database for "known robo-signers" by name; and to better understand how to protect rights to true and correct transfers of title ownership to our lands and homes. Do you see in his eyes, John O'Brien has no guile.

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