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Monday, June 12, 2017

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Edwin Bell

Exactly as predicted....bad consumer attorneys pick miserably bad cases to pursue to SCOTUS ruining consumers and any protections of the law forever. Consumer attorneys like Phillip Robinson Esq. are now helping predatory corporations like DYCK-O'NEAL use unconstitutional tactics against victims of the National Mortgage Settlement and The Independent Foreclosure Review. Evidence proves DYCK-O'NEAL used counterfeit assignments against their victims.
See Links Below:

http://www.gordonsimmons.com/gs-defeats-170000-claim-by-debt-collector-dyck-oneal-inc/
http://www.gordonsimmons.com/gordon-simmons-defends-clients-six-figure-deficiency-judgment-sought-dyck-oneal-inc/

Covering up disasters like the NMS and IFR are symptomatic of a failing system due to overwhelming CORRUPTION. More bad case law will follow....attorneys on both sides want it that way.

End Corruption INDICT Money Crimes

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