Skip to comments.KABOOOOOOOOM – Full Video Deposition of Crystal Moore of Nationwide Title Clearing
Posted on 11/08/2010 7:12:07 PM PST by Lorianne
This deposition was taken on November 4, 2010 in Pinellas County, Florida, by attorney Christopher Forrest of The Forrest Law Firm and has to be one of the most damning yet.
The reason I say yet is because Bryan Blys video deposition is coming up next
Here is the the video Deposition of Crystal Moore with some background info below
I am relying on the accuracy of this video depo from the info I received from the above named law firm.
It is going to be a hell of a week!
Crystal Moore Deposition Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1aGT-8WwTc&feature=player_embedded#!
Crystal Moore Deposition Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drY1i2T7osk&feature=player_embedded
Crystal Moore Deposition Part 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N5PWokLIdgE&feature=player_embedded
Crystal Moore Deposition Part 4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYMFry4QztQ&feature=player_embedded
Crystal Moore Deposition Part 1
Crystal Moore Deposition Part 2
Crystal Moore Deposition Part 3
Crystal Moore Deposition Part 4
Ummm thanks for the heads up...err I think??!?!?!?
What did she say?
I have no words.
If you care about the $%&%storm coming you might be interested.
S u m m a r y. P l e a s e.
Not everyone knows who Crystal Moore is nor why she may be deposed of titles.
She claims to have signed around (or more than) 50,000 documents that transfer ownership of mortgages after spending several seconds on each, not reading any of the contract details. She has a high school education, one year at college, but no knowledge of finance. One of the terms of the contract states that she has verified that payment has been made between parties, yet she hasn’t verified that.
She has admitted signing many documents as a VP of a company that is an active party to the contract (which she’s not) and lives in California (which she does not).
The one that I find interesting is the deposition of Dhurata Doko she has problems with english and is from Albania. The Lawyer has problems explaining some things to her so she will understand and he has problems understanding the answers. These people had know idea what they were signing. They were just presented piles documents and told to sign them. It was a job they were instructed to do. They showed up every day for work and signed documents they were not required to know what the documents were just sign and pass the doc onto the next person in the signature line.
Chrystal Moore was placed in her job to provide plausible deniablilty for the damn lawyers of Nationwide Trust. This poor woman is like a sparrow in a hurricane. She is poorly educated. Her job was to adfix her signature, in its various incarnations, to pieces of paper placed in front of her. She signed up to 3,000 pieces of paper per day. She could not possibly have done what was typed on the paper in terms of due diligence to certify the title transfer, and neither did she have the education to clear the title or certify anything....and those who hired her damn well knew this. Anyone with any sensibility of the meaning of a signature on such documents would never have done so. She picked up a small check every Friday afternoon...and I am sure she lives from paycheck to paycheck. She, in her innocent ignorance, is as much a victim as those who were duped by the bankers who sucked those into the liars loans. Those bastard bankers and trust department lawyers need to have their nuts cut out of them and sent to prison for the rest of their natural lives.
These people had know idea
These people had no idea
If you want to read and study what has happened see Market Ticker, 4Closure Fraud, The Big Picture, Market Oracle, Naked Capitalism, and many others sites which lay the whole sordid campaign out. If the bankers had any modicum of honor they would remove themselves to another dimension.
And not one apology from our Elected Elite who has put us in financial dire straits. They, Elected Elite, wonder why I’m angry voter.
One other thing? What happened to the PMI money? My understanding is that anyone who took out mortgage with less than 20% down had to pay for PMI, Primary Mortgage Insurance,. If the Note Hold got paid by the insurance company, shouldn’t the insurance company be on the deed of trust and foreclose on the deadbeats? Or, is the Note Holder foreclosing, reselling the house and keeping the insurance money?
That wasn't the case. There wasn't PMI with some of the sub-prime loans. The lender just charged high interest rates in lieu of PMI. Another way around the PMI was the 80/20 piggyback loans
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