There will be an important Foreclosure Fraud hearing this Friday November 30, 2012, at the Federal Court House in Seattle (700 Stewart) from 11 am to noon in the Courtroom of Judge Pechman. The case is Mickelson versus Chase Bank. The Mickelson’s are asking the federal court to rule that Chase Bank wrongfully foreclosed on the Mickelson’s home due to robo-signing and MERS slicing and dicing the mortgage to the point where no one knows who the actual note holder is. This is an extremely important case and we are hoping that anyone who can make it will attend this hearing to show support for the thousands of homeowners in our State who have been wrongfully foreclosed on by the Wall Street banksters. For more information, contact Michelle Darnelle at the Scott Stafne law firm, 360-403-8700.
A major battle over free speech is being waged on local college campuses in Seattle. The Seattle Community College District Board of Trustees wants to revise the Washington Administrative Code (WAC) for Seattle colleges. The district is proposing new rules that would regulate protests on all three of the city’s state funded community college campuses. […]
Not just the candidates or the lack of political will to create public policy to turn the country in the right direction, but the election apparatus itself just got even less respectable. The Brad Blog carried the story recently that the Diebold voting machines can be easily hacked remotely. There seems to be some question […]