Part 7: Big Bully Bank Case: The Property Management Service Company

I’ve mentioned these guys in my prior posts but they deserve a 21-gun salute.  If it were not for companies like the nationally operating property management company, the banks could not effectively mismanage the properties they acquire after foreclosing and throwing people into the streets.  This company advertises itself as a property preservation or property management company working on behalf of banks and mortgage servicers … Continue reading Part 7: Big Bully Bank Case: The Property Management Service Company

Part 6: Big Bully Bank Case: The Idiot Mortgage Servicing Company

An idiot mortgage servicing company is another one of the lazy-ass defendants in my case.  How lazy are they?  They’re so lazy, they’ll hire the same lazy-ass property management service company over and over again no matter how many times that company’s been sued before.   No, I take it back.  They’re not really lazy at all.  None of them are lazy.  They just don’t care. … Continue reading Part 6: Big Bully Bank Case: The Idiot Mortgage Servicing Company

Part 5: Big Bully Bank Case: Defendant Number One

What’s a national trust company?  You’d think it would have something to do with trust or national security.  Let’s get one thing straight right now.  Trust and security, national or otherwise, are not what these entities are about.   They are private investor arms securely attached to a bully bank.  I found this description at Findlaw: “National Trust Company. The Office of the Comptroller of the … Continue reading Part 5: Big Bully Bank Case: Defendant Number One

Part 4: Big Bully Bank Case: Deposition Inquisition

If you’re in a lawsuit and going to be deposed, keep this in mind: the attorneys questioning you are not interested in the truth.  They are there to size you up, learn all they can about your weaknesses and your thinking process so they can devise ways to get around your truth come trial time. They will ask you questions about things they have no … Continue reading Part 4: Big Bully Bank Case: Deposition Inquisition

Part 3: Big Bully Bank Case: Before Trial Comes Discovery … Sort Of

I’ve laid out the preliminaries of my case in Part 1 and Part 2, now I want to discuss how a case does or doesn’t move forward to trial. Bullshit I am now in what’s called the Discovery Phase.  It’s a euphemism for BULLSHIT.  You ask them questions; they ask you questions; they hide behind dozens of objections to each of your questions; sometimes you … Continue reading Part 3: Big Bully Bank Case: Before Trial Comes Discovery … Sort Of

Part 2: Big Bully Bank Case: Operation Opposition


Now that I’ve gotten off my chest in Part 1, the basic injustices of the legal system in this country and the nonsense of the ACLU, back to the case. After writing and filing the lawsuit against the group of wrongdoers — two big bully banks (one of which is an idiot mortgage servicing company), a property management services company that I like to refer … Continue reading Part 2: Big Bully Bank Case: Operation Opposition


Part 1: Big Bully Bank Case: The Beginning

—– “I loathe bankers. They rig the roulette wheel of commerce, very nearly destroyed the world economy, and they still think if they wear suits, they’ll be treated like respectable folk instead of the crooks that they are.” — Sherlock Holmes on the TV show “Elementary” —– That appeared on an October 2012 episode.  I’ve added it here, now, as I edit this post to … Continue reading Part 1: Big Bully Bank Case: The Beginning