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Tuesday, January 30, 2018


Edwin Bell

Attorneys in Maryland file FAKE litigation routinely knowing that most Circuit Courts will accommodate their shenanigans. Fraudulent lawsuits filed against consumers has become commonplace in our society. We now have a society with many sociopathic barred liars willing to file suit damaging innocent victims without recourse. The Department of Justice needs to take a look into the law firms filing hideous complaints seeking hundreds of thousands in non-existent FAKE Debt. These firms commit major felonies every time they file with counterfeit documents. Stopping the massive fraud submitted to the courts by illegal debt collectors each day might be a good place to start.

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