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Strategic defaulters, beware. The feds are coming for you. And they are not happy.

"We are working with Fannie and Freddie to build a mechanism" to identify strategic defaulters, Wolfe said at a recent mortgage industry conference. So if you walked away from one property and bought another, chances are fairly good that the OIG is going to find you.

If you conveniently left off the fact that you have an outstanding mortgage you failed to pay, or that you have a deficiency judgment against you for the difference between what you owe and what the house sold for at foreclosure, you've committed mortgage fraud.

"Debts that haven't been repaid don't just go away," said a Treasury Department official who asked not to be named. "It doesn't matter whether it's on your credit report or not."

If there is any indication that you falsified information on your new loan application, the OIG is "absolutely" going to refer you for criminal prosecution, Wolfe said. "We're not just going to demand repayment," he said. "We're going to lock (people) up."

And if you think the mortgage cops won't find you, think again. The OIG's investigative office alone has a 45-person staff, "all experienced people with 15 to 20 years as investigators and prosecutors," according to Peter Emerzian, deputy inspector general in the Office of Investigations.

They work out of 11 field offices, soon to be 14, nationwide, and they're looking for you.


the whole story here
[link to www.chicagotribune.com]

all i have to say is GOOD!!! i pay my mortgage every month even though i'm up-side down like the titanic.

all you trendy yuppie fucks walking away fuk you !!!

your as responsible for this mess we are in as the greedy banksters !!!!!!!

rant lmao
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Be careful about laughing at other's misfortunes. Karma has a way at getting the last laugh. You really don't know all the stories. Try to have some compassion because you could be next.
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learn to read buddy.. those who can afford their mortgage but decided to walk away.
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There are still reasons for this. Needing to move for whatever reason. And you can't ever sell the house or rent it. No one deserves to be stuck in one place for the rest of their lives just because they made a mistake. So they move on and screw up their credit. So they don't get away without any repercussions.

The banks need to take responsibility as well. They refused to help people even though they helped to create the mess and even benefit from it. They get the house back and can do whatever they like with it. It is not like the people took the house with them. If the banks don't want to rent out the house or sell it for something then that is their problem.

People screw up and deserve a second chance. Banks got theirs when they were bailed out with tax payer money. Some even partied with it. And I am not someone who defaulted but I do have compassion for them.
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FEAR, FEAR, FEAR

You know what? There are several things that aren't being answered, perhaps they should address the REAL PROBLMS:

Why did the banks get bailed out instead of the homeowner?
Why were the banks allowed to even pay one dime as a bonus to it's executives?
Why are the banks not lending money now when home prices are at their lowest?
Why aren't they helping people who are extrememly underwater?
Wht can't a person who is underwater refinance to get a lower rate?
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bump
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It is a classic transfer of wealth. And Why don't any of you out there protesting about this matter? It is more important than some stupid muzzies on rage!
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Strategic defaulters, beware. The feds are coming for you. And they are not happy.

"We are working with Fannie and Freddie to build a mechanism" to identify strategic defaulters, Wolfe said at a recent mortgage industry conference. So if you walked away from one property and bought another, chances are fairly good that the OIG is going to find you.

If you conveniently left off the fact that you have an outstanding mortgage you failed to pay, or that you have a deficiency judgment against you for the difference between what you owe and what the house sold for at foreclosure, you've committed mortgage fraud.

"Debts that haven't been repaid don't just go away," said a Treasury Department official who asked not to be named. "It doesn't matter whether it's on your credit report or not."

If there is any indication that you falsified information on your new loan application, the OIG is "absolutely" going to refer you for criminal prosecution, Wolfe said. "We're not just going to demand repayment," he said. "We're going to lock (people) up."

And if you think the mortgage cops won't find you, think again. The OIG's investigative office alone has a 45-person staff, "all experienced people with 15 to 20 years as investigators and prosecutors," according to Peter Emerzian, deputy inspector general in the Office of Investigations.

They work out of 11 field offices, soon to be 14, nationwide, and they're looking for you.


the whole story here
[link to www.chicagotribune.com]

all i have to say is GOOD!!! i pay my mortgage every month even though i'm up-side down like the titanic.

all you trendy yuppie fucks walking away fuk you !!!

your as responsible for this mess we are in as the greedy banksters !!!!!!!

rant lmao
 Quoting: boilerbengal


Be careful about laughing at other's misfortunes. Karma has a way at getting the last laugh. You really don't know all the stories. Try to have some compassion because you could be next.
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learn to read buddy.. those who can afford their mortgage but decided to walk away.
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There are still reasons for this. Needing to move for whatever reason. And you can't ever sell the house or rent it. No one deserves to be stuck in one place for the rest of their lives just because they made a mistake. So they move on and screw up their credit. So they don't get away without any repercussions.

The banks need to take responsibility as well. They refused to help people even though they helped to create the mess and even benefit from it. They get the house back and can do whatever they like with it. It is not like the people took the house with them. If the banks don't want to rent out the house or sell it for something then that is their problem.

People screw up and deserve a second chance. Banks got theirs when they were bailed out with tax payer money. Some even partied with it. And I am not someone who defaulted but I do have compassion for them.
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i have compation also,, but thats not what this article is about !!!! its about people who walked away that could pay. becouse jim crammer on cnbc said throw the bank your keys !
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Be careful about laughing at other's misfortunes. Karma has a way at getting the last laugh. You really don't know all the stories. Try to have some compassion because you could be next.
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learn to read buddy.. those who can afford their mortgage but decided to walk away.
 Quoting: boilerbengal


There are still reasons for this. Needing to move for whatever reason. And you can't ever sell the house or rent it. No one deserves to be stuck in one place for the rest of their lives just because they made a mistake. So they move on and screw up their credit. So they don't get away without any repercussions.

The banks need to take responsibility as well. They refused to help people even though they helped to create the mess and even benefit from it. They get the house back and can do whatever they like with it. It is not like the people took the house with them. If the banks don't want to rent out the house or sell it for something then that is their problem.

People screw up and deserve a second chance. Banks got theirs when they were bailed out with tax payer money. Some even partied with it. And I am not someone who defaulted but I do have compassion for them.
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i have compation also,, but thats not what this article is about !!!! its about people who walked away that could pay. becouse jim crammer on cnbc said throw the bank your keys !
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So they have screwed up credit now and won't be able to buy another house for quite some time. Or really buy much of anything else except with cash. And what if they needed to move? If you can't sell or rent out the house then you just have to leave it. Again, they didn't take the house with them. The bank still has it and can rent it or sell it. The banks got covered. It is time they help these homeowners but they don't want to.
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those home owners that decided that this old house isn't the retirement nest egg i thought it would be. so lets walk away.

those people is what the article is about
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Be careful about laughing at other's misfortunes. Karma has a way at getting the last laugh. You really don't know all the stories. Try to have some compassion because you could be next.
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learn to read buddy.. those who can afford their mortgage but decided to walk away.
 Quoting: boilerbengal


There are still reasons for this. Needing to move for whatever reason. And you can't ever sell the house or rent it. No one deserves to be stuck in one place for the rest of their lives just because they made a mistake. So they move on and screw up their credit. So they don't get away without any repercussions.

The banks need to take responsibility as well. They refused to help people even though they helped to create the mess and even benefit from it. They get the house back and can do whatever they like with it. It is not like the people took the house with them. If the banks don't want to rent out the house or sell it for something then that is their problem.

People screw up and deserve a second chance. Banks got theirs when they were bailed out with tax payer money. Some even partied with it. And I am not someone who defaulted but I do have compassion for them.
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i have compation also,, but thats not what this article is about !!!! its about people who walked away that could pay. becouse jim crammer on cnbc said throw the bank your keys !
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Derp...... derp.

Fuckin shill, learn to spell.
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My sister did it and I would be thrilled to report her and enjoy seeing her in jail. Probably a lot of people like me.
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those home owners that decided that this old house isn't the retirement nest egg i thought it would be. so lets walk away.

those people is what the article is about
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That is what big businesses do all the time including banks. They cut their losses and move on. But they get mad when the common people decide to do the same.
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Lol....who cares! It is not going to matter soon. When the SHTF nobody will be paying their mortgage
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could be true,,, but what if your wrong ?

i'm a prepper yes,, prep for the SHTF .. but no-one knows how exactly its comming down. i also prep for a temporary financial collapse .. i'm payed up 3 months forward on my mortgage so whatever happens i'm not caught with my willy in the cold.

so i care !!
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You mad, bro?
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kinda ,, your not ?
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Not really. It's kind of a wasted emotion that doesn't do anyone any good. I mean: How do you feel?? Good or bad, Bad... my point exactly...

I have never had a mortgage.... Feel like I've wasted everything on "rent". But I CAN empathize, because the BANKS actually GAVE mortgages to people who COULDN'T afford them!!

It's a two-way street, my friend, and the banks are getting off scot-free, while the "victim" gets chased down... If you must have anger, direct it toward the "aggressor", not the victim.

And congrats on being able to pay your mortgage. Feel GOOD about that!!! Lots of poeple can't - with the "promises" and terms they got roped into.

Best of luck. Feel better....

hf

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those home owners that decided that this old house isn't the retirement nest egg i thought it would be. so lets walk away.

those people is what the article is about
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That is what big businesses do all the time including banks. They cut their losses and move on. But they get mad when the common people decide to do the same.
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life is not fair,,, but we allready know were at the bottom of the shit pile. of course they are going to push us back down the pile.
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could be true,,, but what if your wrong ?

i'm a prepper yes,, prep for the SHTF .. but no-one knows how exactly its comming down. i also prep for a temporary financial collapse .. i'm payed up 3 months forward on my mortgage so whatever happens i'm not caught with my willy in the cold.

so i care !!
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You mad, bro?
 Quoting: ThinkOutsideTheBox


kinda ,, your not ?
 Quoting: boilerbengal


Not really. It's kind of a wasted emotion that doesn't do anyone any good. I mean: How do you feel?? Good or bad, Bad... my point exactly...

I have never had a mortgage.... Feel like I've wasted everything on "rent". But I CAN empathize, because the BANKS actually GAVE mortgages to people who COULDN'T afford them!!

It's a two-way street, my friend, and the banks are getting off scot-free, while the "victim" gets chased down... If you must have anger, direct it toward the "aggressor", not the victim.

And congrats on being able to pay your mortgage. Feel GOOD about that!!! Lots of poeple can't - with the "promises" and terms they got roped into.

Best of luck. Feel better....

hf
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could be true,,, but what if your wrong ?

i'm a prepper yes,, prep for the SHTF .. but no-one knows how exactly its comming down. i also prep for a temporary financial collapse .. i'm payed up 3 months forward on my mortgage so whatever happens i'm not caught with my willy in the cold.

so i care !!
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You mad, bro?
 Quoting: ThinkOutsideTheBox


kinda ,, your not ?
 Quoting: boilerbengal


Not really. It's kind of a wasted emotion that doesn't do anyone any good. I mean: How do you feel?? Good or bad, Bad... my point exactly...

I have never had a mortgage.... Feel like I've wasted everything on "rent". But I CAN empathize, because the BANKS actually GAVE mortgages to people who COULDN'T afford them!!

It's a two-way street, my friend, and the banks are getting off scot-free, while the "victim" gets chased down... If you must have anger, direct it toward the "aggressor", not the victim.

And congrats on being able to pay your mortgage. Feel GOOD about that!!! Lots of poeple can't - with the "promises" and terms they got roped into.

Best of luck. Feel better....

hf
 Quoting: ThinkOutsideTheBox


Yes, the banks got bailed out with our money. Now they refuse to help. Getting anything out of them now is like getting blood from a turnip. They got help and now they need to help but most are doing nothing. So they get left with a lot of houses they refuse to do anything with either. And they could.
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those home owners that decided that this old house isn't the retirement nest egg i thought it would be. so lets walk away.

those people is what the article is about
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That is what big businesses do all the time including banks. They cut their losses and move on. But they get mad when the common people decide to do the same.
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life is not fair,,, but we allready know were at the bottom of the shit pile. of course they are going to push us back down the pile.
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those home owners that decided that this old house isn't the retirement nest egg i thought it would be. so lets walk away.

those people is what the article is about
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That is what big businesses do all the time including banks. They cut their losses and move on. But they get mad when the common people decide to do the same.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1550123


life is not fair,,, but we allready know were at the bottom of the shit pile. of course they are going to push us back down the pile.
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We don't have to let them do it. And that is why many people are just giving the keys back. If you like you home and want to stay there forever and can pay for it then do it. Be glad you can afford it and don't have to move. But if you need to move or even want to move it isn't fair for you to be trapped because of a mistake you made and greedy bankers who got bailed out and won't do anything to help the situation they helped to create.
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Given what's coming our way in this Country in the next few months, my wife and I walked out of our uderwater motgage last month. Fuck it. Throwing away money on a bad mortgage is financial suicide. Good riddance!!!
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Hhhhmmmm.... And you know what's coming?? Wish I had YOUR crystal ball...

Just sayin'...
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45 person staff?!

LOL they'll track down DOZENS of offenders!
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Let me sit on a jury and chances are you will be SET FREE..............


I pay my upside down mortgage and go without many things to do so, but if O get an opportunity to see some payback free you will go.....
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those home owners that decided that this old house isn't the retirement nest egg i thought it would be. so lets walk away.

those people is what the article is about
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That is what big businesses do all the time including banks. They cut their losses and move on. But they get mad when the common people decide to do the same.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1550123


life is not fair,,, but we allready know were at the bottom of the shit pile. of course they are going to push us back down the pile.
 Quoting: boilerbengal


We don't have to let them do it. And that is why many people are just giving the keys back. If you like you home and want to stay there forever and can pay for it then do it. Be glad you can afford it and don't have to move. But if you need to move or even want to move it isn't fair for you to be trapped because of a mistake you made and greedy bankers who got bailed out and won't do anything to help the situation they helped to create.
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THIS EXACTLY
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Eh, I walked out of my house 2 months ago and never looked back
Catch me if ya can
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As long as you do not buy another house on credit -- and lie on the application, they are NOT going to look for you.

Even then, I believe you would have to have a notice of default -- and been provided with the default amount -- and not included this in your second loan application - in order to be in trouble.

There are a lot of people who stayed current on their mortgage for a house they were upside down on, bought a new home at a lower price after the market crashed, on credit... then defaulted on the first house. I believe they are in the clear as well because they did not lie on the loan application for the second home.
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Where i live, a person can't just walk away from a mortgage. That would be like walking away from your car, you still own it and are responsible for it.

If i owe the bank money (house, car, whatever) they expect to get their money back at some point. If i would owe more than the house is worth, i can't just walk away. The police would get me if i tried.

But if i were under water i could still continue to live in the house as long as i paid every month.

Almost everyone pays interest only, so the monthly payments are not as large like in America.
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those home owners that decided that this old house isn't the retirement nest egg i thought it would be. so lets walk away.

those people is what the article is about
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That is what big businesses do all the time including banks. They cut their losses and move on. But they get mad when the common people decide to do the same.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1550123


life is not fair,,, but we allready know were at the bottom of the shit pile. of course they are going to push us back down the pile.
 Quoting: boilerbengal


We don't have to let them do it. And that is why many people are just giving the keys back. If you like you home and want to stay there forever and can pay for it then do it. Be glad you can afford it and don't have to move. But if you need to move or even want to move it isn't fair for you to be trapped because of a mistake you made and greedy bankers who got bailed out and won't do anything to help the situation they helped to create.
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people who bought their house as an investment, decided after the market crashed to say fuk it. that could afford their payment. yes made a bad financial move. those people dont have a leg to stand on. thats what this story is about. the folks that think they need bailed out couse the banks got it. this story is NOT about sam who lost his fukin job and cant afford his mortgage. !!!!
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Got some news for you guys, the GOV can not do one damm thing to you if you walk away AND let the bank know your doing so!!!!!!! They talk the big talk and try to scare people into staying or paying there upside down house note. Truth is people that got screwed by the banks should tell them to puck off and let them know it's there problem.
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Attorney here, and this guy is right. There is absolutely nothing criminal about walking away from a mortgage, no matter which way you believe.

A contract is (although I don't personally agree) meant to be broken and there is nothing wrong with breaking it. To declare it "illegal" to break a contract would necessitate that you decide to buy a home, sign a contract, get denied financing and then go to jail for not being able to get financing.

Not going to happen.
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there were attorneys that told Wesley Snipes he didn't need to pay taxes too..

just sayin
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Did msm ever told you how WS story ended? do some research sheep.
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Let me sit on a jury and chances are you will be SET FREE..............


I pay my upside down mortgage and go without many things to do so, but if O get an opportunity to see some payback free you will go.....
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I guess it would depend on the situation... I would vote to charge someone who had the intention to commit fraud - someone who knew when they signed the application exactly what they were doing -- but would have a hard time going against the homeowner who was simply wanting to buy a home and really did not understand their situation.

I am sure there are a lot of people who were trying to stay in their home -- were evicted anyway -- and needed a place for their family so bought another home without fully understaning their financial/legal obligations.

My guess is these 45 experienced investigators will probably just go after the serious offenders... it would take a small army of them to go after everyone.
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I have to admit that I'm FLOORED that the credit check wouldn't pull up the mortgage defaults!!!!

Creditors sssooo like to downgrade everyone's credit...

Not sure how this article would/could even come to the conclusion that those people were "able" to "pay" their mortgage to begin with....
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Got some news for you guys, the GOV can not do one damm thing to you if you walk away AND let the bank know your doing so!!!!!!! They talk the big talk and try to scare people into staying or paying there upside down house note. Truth is people that got screwed by the banks should tell them to puck off and let them know it's there problem.
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Attorney here, and this guy is right. There is absolutely nothing criminal about walking away from a mortgage, no matter which way you believe.

A contract is (although I don't personally agree) meant to be broken and there is nothing wrong with breaking it. To declare it "illegal" to break a contract would necessitate that you decide to buy a home, sign a contract, get denied financing and then go to jail for not being able to get financing.

Not going to happen.
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there were attorneys that told Wesley Snipes he didn't need to pay taxes too..

just sayin
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Did msm ever told you how WS story ended? do some research sheep.
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Wesley Trent Snipes (born July 31, 1962) is an American actor, film producer, and martial artist, who has starred in numerous films, thrillers, and dramatic feature films. Snipes is known for playing the Marvel Comics character Blade in the Blade film trilogy, among various other high profile roles. Snipes formed a production company, Amen-Ra Films, in 1991 and a subsidiary, Black Dot Media, to develop projects for film and television. Snipes has been training in martial arts since age 12, earning a high ranking 5th dan black belt in Shotokan Karate and 2nd dan black belt in Hapkido.[1] He has also trained as a student of Capoeira[1] under Mestre Jelon Vieira and in a number of other disciplines including kung fu at the USA Shaolin Temple[2] and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. As of 2012, Snipes is serving a prison sentence for misdemeanor failure to file U.S. federal income tax returns.[3]

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Re: walk away from your mortgage ??? they are commin for YOU
This very reason is why they have placed Mitt Romney before us.

His job is to clean house for the International Banking Cartel.

To his credit, Obama would probably do the same thing. If that makes anybody feel better.
I dont mean everything I say to be literal. I just like to throw around ideas, and play devil's advocate.

I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use.

-Galileo Galilei
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Re: walk away from your mortgage ??? they are commin for YOU
Just got laid off.. about to lose my first home. Sucks.
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its all fraud. and if you can defend yourself against the gestapo good for you and good luck
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That is what big businesses do all the time including banks. They cut their losses and move on. But they get mad when the common people decide to do the same.
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life is not fair,,, but we allready know were at the bottom of the shit pile. of course they are going to push us back down the pile.
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We don't have to let them do it. And that is why many people are just giving the keys back. If you like you home and want to stay there forever and can pay for it then do it. Be glad you can afford it and don't have to move. But if you need to move or even want to move it isn't fair for you to be trapped because of a mistake you made and greedy bankers who got bailed out and won't do anything to help the situation they helped to create.
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people who bought their house as an investment, decided after the market crashed to say fuk it. that could afford their payment. yes made a bad financial move. those people dont have a leg to stand on. thats what this story is about. the folks that think they need bailed out couse the banks got it. this story is NOT about sam who lost his fukin job and cant afford his mortgage. !!!!
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Banks make bad financial moves and get bailed out with TAXPAYERS money. People should have the opportunity as well to get help. I don't believe a person should have to live with something the banks wouldn't live with. And if that means walking away from a situation the banks caused then so be it. Again, they have financial repercussions when doing this. But I do not believe messing up a person's whole life for a mistake they made that had the stamp of approval from greedy banks. Everyone needs a get out of jail free card at least once in their lives. Just because they can afford an albatross doesn't mean they should be stuck with it for the rest of their lives. It isn't fair when banks don't have to live by the same rules. So what is fair for the banks should be fair for the people who got sucked into their whirlwind of deception.
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Lol....who cares! It is not going to matter soon. When the SHTF nobody will be paying their mortgage
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That's what the FEMA camps are for.

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