Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Going back a few years...

Before we get into the letter that City of South Miami Police Chief Orlando Martinez de Castro's attorney sent me, I think it's best to go back a few years to a post we made back in 2009 where we discussed how a detective from the Miami Dade County Mortgage Fraud Task Force, Jorge Baluja, couldn't even execute the mortgage on his own home correctly.  Check it out here.  Ironically that same idiot detective who couldn't figure out how to execute his own mortgage correctly despite investigating mortgage and real estate fraud as detective, is the same idiot who years later made the case and the subsequent arrests in the Airways Auto Tag Agency boondoggle.  

So what's the big deal about all this?  Well, if you go back and take a look at the post, I included a photo of the detectives home that I got from Google Maps...

So what, right?  Our post on the subject was covered by photographer rights blog "Photography is Not a Crime" as well because of the photo that we posted...
And the blogger claims that Baluja botched his own mortgage, making him unqualified to conduct a proper investigation into any alleged mortgage fraud.
And in that post, the blogger even goes as far as posting a photo of what is supposedly Baluja’s house, which if you remember, that is what got prompted police to arrest a Virginia blogger.
However, he did not list the address and he simply used a Google Images photo instead of taking it himself.
Lol.  According to my sources within the MDPD the detective that I wrote about, Jorge Baluja, was enraged by my posting of this photo and the subsequent humiliation he suffered for not being able to execute his own mortgage correctly.  Despite all his please with the police department and the state attorneys office to take action against me, no one was willing to do so as I didn't break any laws by posting a photo of his house.  Now understand, law enforcement officers go through great lengths to hide their home addresses and other sensitive information for obvious reasons.  There are procedures in place with the county clerk to actually delete their addresses and any records that have sensitive information from publicly accessible searches.  So how did I find the detectives address?  A simple Google search turned up his address, less than ten seconds of searching just like that.

Now, fast forward a few years and we find ourselves smack dab in the middle of the mess the City of South Miami police chief.  During our research into the chief's misconduct with his wife's tag agency, a simple search of the State of Florida secretary of state showed several instances where the chief's wife listed their home address on corporate documents.  There was no nefarious schemes I used to obtain sensitive information, in fact it was the chief and his wife's disregard for their own safety despite the measures the state affords law enforcement officers to hide their information that made it simple to reveal their home address.

With that said, tomorrow we'll discuss a letter that the Chief's attorney sent me detailing my alleged misdeeds...


  1. Think your correct on this one, por favor see below:
    Anyone can search sunbiz.org and get that from the image of 2007 WTF ???
    I hope the chief did not pay for this legal service, because the dumb SOB of an attorney did him no good here :) WTF

  2. Orlando, no one you, BUT the F*** out of our PD.


  4. Try google earth his house and take a look at the pool this guy has in his back yard, and yet we have lent this man 10,000. for stomach surgery? Why did he not take a loan against that big muther. His house is as big as sm WTF HE TAKES CARE OF HIS :) will he be inviting sm for swimming lessons? Just kidding fatman, sit and have a duce.