Friday, February 17, 2012

A new low point in the Airways Auto Tag Agency case and a major victory in a high profile federal mortgage fraud case...

Just when I though I had seen everything in the Airways Auto Tag Agency case, yesterday we arrived at an all time new low.  The other night while cruising the court docket for the defendants charged with stealing tens of thousands of dollars from the tag agency, I came across a troubling item, a motion to revoke the defendants bond.  I couldn't figure out what the hell this was all about as all three defendants had no criminal histories and as far as I knew were abiding by the terms of their bond.  I ran over to the courthouse to get a copy of the states motion to revoke these poor girls bond, here it is...

Motion to Revoke Bond for Lizbeth Mojica and Yamela Romero

Fucking disgusting.  What was the most troubling, at least for me, about this motion was item # 16...




So according to Prosecutor Warren Eth, the defendants are using this blog to harass and intimidate the victims by what they perceive to exposure?  Exposure to what, the TRUTH?  Trust me, the women charged in this case have absolutely nothing to do with this blog or anything that we've done over the last three years.  This motion and the hearing yesterday really have gotten under my skin.  I've remained neutral throughout the telling of this tag agency story, all we've done to date is show that there is no way anyone with a modicum of common sense could have charged these three girls.  This latest move, surely driven by the owners of the tag agency, to throw these girls in jail while they await trial is just indicative of how badly they need to have these girls locked up in order to absolve themselves of any wrong doing.  We're going to talk about this in more detail on Monday, rest assured, Judge Bloom saw through all this bullshit the state was trying to sell and Prosecutor Eth subsequently withdrew his motion.


Robin Kaplan
Now, back to mortgage fraud for a moment, one of the cases we've been following came to an end this week, the Versailles mortgage fraud case that involved several City of Miami firefighters and also included some of the defendants from the Veldora Arthur mortgage fraud case.  All of the defendants in that case, including City of Miami firefighter Thomas Thelusma cut deals from the get go while one defendant, Attorney Michael Samuda, went to trial.  Yesterday, Mr Samuda was found not guilty on four counts and the jury came back hung on the remaining three counts before federal Judge Marra.  Congrats to attorney Robin Kaplan and second chair Jeffrey Neiman, well done!

12 comments:

  1. That's total bullshit.

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  2. of course they need tehe girls in jail because they dont have shit on them this is all a bull crap case this shit is embarrasing

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  3. find the real culprit...which im sure is somewhere in the family circle if not all of them...n let these girls move on with their lives!

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  4. THIS GIRLS LAWYER IS A BEAST I LOVE HIM AND THE STRAW BUYER

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  5. THIS CASE IS LIKE MCDONALDS I AM LOVING IT I SWEAR I WAS JUST BROWSING TRU THE INTERNET AND NOW I FOUND THIS AND I CAN'T BELEIVE THE NAMES THAT ARE POSTED HERE WOW MY BELLS ARE RING RING RING WOW CHIEF AND FAMILY NO FREAKING WAY ...UPSSSSS

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  6. Sadly, I live in South Miami where this fat PIG Orlando Martinez de Castro is Police Chief. He has a history of abusing his power and involving himself in local politics

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  7. Here there is nothing to say, the evidence speaks for itself.

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  8. I think they forgot that we have rights here in the USA. Well as long as some corrupt people do not violate those rights. Perhaps they are not used to freedom of expression.

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  9. Can you tell us more about the Versailles deal ?
    What deals were cut?
    And who are the other firefighters involved?

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  10. How can people destroy a person just to save their family.

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  11. These overpaid and undersigned City of Miami fire department employees have too much time on their hands.

    Veldora Arthur is prison where she belongs. She should lose her pension.

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  12. I think all of you should educate yourself about the case. If those three girls were arrested is because there is evidence and prove. You bloger hope one day all this crap that you are posting about the martinez de castro family doesn't bite you in the ass. remember this world is very small.

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