Ocwen asks judge to throw out securities fraud lawsuit, By Dena Aubin

4/18/17 REUTERS LEGAL 20:51:34 REUTERS LEGAL Copyright (c) 2017 Thomson Reuters April 18, 2017 https://1.next.westlaw.com/Document/I7e567ed0247911e785d8d01a01423e7e/View/FullText.html?transitionType=CategoryPageItem&contextData=(sc.Default) Ocwen asks judge to throw out securities fraud lawsuit Dena Aubin (Reuters) – Lawyers for mortgage servicer Ocwen Financial have asked a federal judge to toss a securities fraud lawsuit accusing it of misleading investors by hiding servicing misconduct and…Read more »

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Judicial Corruption at its Finest

Reprimanded judge says presiding over his own divorce case for several months ‘made no difference’ Posted Mar 23, 2016 03:00 pm CDT By Martha Neil http://www.abajournal.com/news/article/reprimanded_judge_says_presiding_over_his_own_divorce_case_for_several_mont/ Reprimanded last month for presiding over his own divorce case for four months after it was randomly assigned to his own court, a Texas judge told a local newspaper…Read more »

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Scott Bernstein’s “The Clinton Body Bag Count”

The Clinton Body Bag Count Jan 29, 2016 https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/clinton-body-bag-count-scott-bernstein Those too young to remember, a reminder of the Clinton history and the list of strange deaths of people close to Bill and Hillary. The country does not need to start on this road again with the election of Hillary. What an amazing list of mere…Read more »

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2016 STATE OF THE JUDICIARY ADDRESS THE HONORABLE CHIEF JUSTICE HUGH P. THOMPSON SUPREME COURT OF GEORGIA January 27, 2016, 11 a.m. House Chambers, State Capitol

016 STATE OF THE JUDICIARY ADDRESS THE HONORABLE CHIEF JUSTICE HUGH P. THOMPSON SUPREME COURT OF GEORGIA January 27, 2016, 11 a.m. House Chambers, State Capitol Lt. Governor Cagle, Speaker Ralston, President Pro Tem Shafer, Speaker Pro Tem Jones, members of the General Assembly, my fellow judges and my fellow Georgians: Good morning. Thank you…Read more »

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Wells Fargo Agrees to pay $1.2 Billion (yes, with a B) to resolve claims by Justice Dept. & other federal agencies for the origination of “shoddy loans” insured by FHA

Compliance & Regulation Why Wells Fargo Blinked in Its FHA Fight with the Government Kate Berry By Kate Berry February 3, 2016 http://www.nationalmortgagenews.com/news/compliance-regulation/why-wells-fargo-blinked-in-its-fha-fight-with-the-government-1071213-1.html?utm_medium=email&ET=nationalmortgage:e4010451:a:&utm_source=newsletter&utm_campaign=-feb%205%202016&st=email The long arm of the government is tough to elude, even if you are the nation’s largest home lender. Wells Fargo stunned the mortgage industry Wednesday by tentatively agreeing to pay $1.2…Read more »

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fragmented corium could be in the Japan Trench which has a depth of 23,176 ft or 4.3 miles

Nexxus Environmental Corporation Reports Corium In Earth 01/06/2016 “The Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) has gone critical and requires immediate attention by utilizing a comprehensive set of solutions. The fuel rods in three of the reactors have melted and the fissionable nuclear material has reached staggering temperatures that has led to a China syndrome”.…Read more »

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“Four judicial appointments are being denied Gov. Nathan Deal”. “over a period of decades, it has become customary throughout Georgia for a judge to resign mid-way through the final elected term, which allows the governor to install an incumbent of his choice in time for the next nonpartisan election. Which usually discourages all challengers. Bestowing these prizes has become one of the great perks of the governor’s office.”

(Judge Irma Glover speaks to the audience during a criminal arraignment at Cobb County State Court in Marietta in 2013. Her retirement was announced on Tuesday. Hyosub Shin, hshin@ajc.com) Greg Bluestein @bluestein Daniel Malloy @ajconwashington Jim Galloway @politicalinsidr http://politics.blog.ajc.com/2016/01/06/cobb-county-judges-deny-gov-nathan-deal-four-bench-appointments/ Cobb County judges deny Gov. Nathan Deal four bench appointments January 6, 2016 | Filed in:…Read more »

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