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Landmark Lawsuit Alleges TBTF’s Conducted Trillion Dollar International Money Laundering Network

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Monday, May 7, 2012
Trillion Dollar International Money Laundering Network
Landmark Lawsuit Alleges TBTF’s Conducted Trillion Dollar International Money Laundering Network

Don’t expect to hear about this on the nightly MSM news.

The Spire Law Group has filed a landmark lawsuit against Bank of America, JP Morgan, Wells Fargo, Citibank, and Citigroup, alleging that the TBTF’s conducted the largest international money laundering scheme in history, laundering trillions in US taxpayers funds using the Obama administrations home loan modification program.
The suit also alleges the Obama administration was aware of the scheme and supported it.
In a lawsuit alleged to involve the largest money laundering network in United States history, Spire Law Group, LLP — on behalf of home owners across the Country — has filed a mass tort action in the Supreme Court of New York, County of Kings.
Home owners across the country have sued every major bank servicer and their subsidiaries — formed in countries known as havens for money laundering such as the Cayman Islands, the Isle of Man, Luxembourg and Malaysia — alleging that while the Obama Administration was publicly encouraging loan modifications for home owners, it was privately ratifying the formation of these shell companies in violation of the United States Patriot Act, and State and Federal law.
The case further alleges that through these obscure foreign companies, Bank of America, J.P. Morgan, Wells Fargo Bank, Citibank, Citigroup, One West Bank, and numerous other federally chartered banks stole hundreds of millions of dollars of home owners’ money during the last decade and then laundered it through offshore companies.The complaint, Index No. 500827, was filed by Spire Law Group, LLP, and several of the Firm’s affiliates and partners across the United States.
Far from being ambiguous, this is a complaint that “names names.” Indeed, the lawsuit identifies specific companies and the offshore countries used in this enormous money laundering scheme. Federally Chartered Banks’ theft of money and their utilization of offshore tax haven subsidiaries represent potential FDIC violations, violations of New York law, and countless other legal wrongdoings under state and federal law.
“The laundering of trillions of dollars of U.S. taxpayer money — and the wrongful taking of the homes of those taxpayers — was known by the Administration and expressly supported by it.”

http://www.silverdoctors.com/landmark-lawsuit-alleges-tbtfs-conducted-trillion-dollar-international-money-laundering-network/


Posted by John MacHaffie at 6:47 PM

PurpleSkyz


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I called the Spire Law Group on this.

This is what I was told:

I could come aboard for a fee of $5000.00 plus 30% of any compansation.

OR... I could hire them to litigate and buy me more time for $750.00 per month.

There is a saying that there is nothing free in this world and this is yet another example of that. This group is not helping. There are for hire. They are not doing anything but giving you time. And for a premium payment as you can retain a lawyer for around $1500.00 to do the same.


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PurpleSkyz


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Now this is more like it! :)





Bank of America Starts Mortgage Reduction Effort

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Bank of America has started sending letters to thousands of homeowners in the United States, offering to forgive a portion of the principal balance on their mortgages by an average of $150,000 each.

The reduction for qualifying homeowners could amount to monthly savings of up to 35 percent on mortgage payments, Bank of America said in a news release on Monday evening.

The principal reduction offers from Bank of America Home Loans are the result of a $25 billion settlement agreement earlier this year with 49 state attorneys general as well as federal authorities who had been investigating allegations of abuses over the handling of foreclosures.

“To the extent principal reduction and other modification tools help us turn mortgages headed for possible foreclosure into long-term performing loans, it will be positive for homeowners, mortgage investors and communities,” Ron Sturzenegger, a legacy asset servicing executive, said in the statement.

The bank said it planned to contact more than 200,000 homeowners who could be candidates for the offers, sending letters to a majority of them by the third quarter of this year.

To be eligible for the principal reductions, however, homeowners will have to meet certain criteria, including: having a loan owned or serviced by Bank of America; owing more on the mortgage than their property is worth; and being at least 60 days behind on payments as of the end of January.

In the statement, the bank said it had started making such offers in March to a narrower group of homeowners — those who were already in the process of seeking mortgage modification. The bank estimated that the earlier wave of trial reduction offers to about 5,000 people could amount to more than $700 million in forgiven principal. But homeowners have to make at least three timely payments for the reductions to become permanent.


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