New Jersey Foreclosure Fraud: “a new hope” litigation saga (and a 28 letter to Magistrate Lois H. Goodman)


At Trenton and Monmouth, in 2013-2014, as in December 1776-June 1778, middle class Americans are fighting against fundamentally foreign, oppressive, bank-based elite wealth and power for their freedom, fortunes, honor, and integrity, their ability to maintain their homes and private property.  Please read the four court attachments here starting with Dara Leigh Bloom’s 19 October 2013 letter to U.S. Magistrate Judge Lois H. Goodman of the United States District Court, District of New Jersey, Trenton Vicinage.  The docket through this date has no text content and is attached only for historical framework and reference.

19 October 2013 WELLS FARGO BANK NA V MASTORIS ET AL

10-19-13 Letter to Judge Goodman0001

08-21-2013 PRO SE Lincoln’s & Mastoris’ Joint Notice of Civil Rights Removal

FINAL 09-25-2013 Lincoln’s & Mastoris’ Complaint for Civil Rights Declaratory & Injunctive Relief (Recovered)

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