Thursday, October 15, 2009

More on Mr. Bernardo Barrera and his claims of identity theft...

Continuing from yesterday, Mr. Barrera goes on to claim that before March 19, he had no idea of the mortgage that was applied for under his name for the purchase of the home at Oak Avenue. If this was true, how did he ignore the following correspondences between Citi Mortgage and himself all before the closing that he claims was fraudulent occurred?
  • January 25, 2008 Citi generates a Truth in Lending letter as well as a letter that indicates what his payments will be that was mailed to Barrera’s CORRECT ADDRESS!, this is required to be sent to the borrower by law before the closing can occur.
  • January 29, 2008 Citi generates commitment letter mailed to Barreras CORRECT address. Closing was to have occurred by February 15, 2008.
  • January 31, 2008 Citi mortgage mails A SECOND COMMITMENT LETTER to Barrera at his correct address.
  • February 19, 2008 Citi mortgage mails A THIRD COMMITMENT LETTER to Barrera at his correct address.
  • February 19, 2008 Citi mortgage mails a FUCKING THANK YOU LETTER TO BARRERA AT HIS CORRECT ADDRESS thanking him for the business and giving him the details for EASY PAY!
That's five letters that Citi Mortgage sent directly to Mr. Barrera's primary residence, so he may have missed one, but what about the other four? Forget about everything else I mentioned, HOW THE FCUK CAN YOU DENY THE EXISTENCE OF THESE LETTERS? Remember, the "fraudulent" closing happened on February 19, 2009, we've laid out proof that THERE IS NO WAY THAT BERNARDO BARRERA WAS NOT AWARE THAT THIS TRANSACTION WAS HAPPENING! Come on guys!

Like I said, I have the documents to prove everything I've stated. It was these documents that caused other attorneys involved in the civil case to conclude that Mr. Barrera was involved in some way shape or form in the fraud. Sadly enough that our favorite Detective, Jorge Baluja chose to ignore all these facts. Even worse, we now know that the state attorneys office is well aware of these facts as well and has had knowledge of these documents for several months. In my opinion what we've laid out show more probable cause on Mr. Barrera than anyone involved in this case other than John Romney. So why are these facts being ignored? Why is the state choosing not to pursue Mr. Barrera?

It's simple. If the state were to now admit that Mr. Barrera was in any way shape or form involved in the fraud, everything falls apart. Despite what is clearly evident in these documents, they'll choose to ignore what's blatantly obvious to anyone with a modicum of common sense. That's why boys and girls, the real fraud here isn't the one involving the mortgage for the home located on Oak avenue, it's much larger and much worse...

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