Occupy Leader Bratton Held on $250,000 Bail
By Neil F. Garfield
Posted on June 23, 2013 by Neil Garfield
In my judgment, based upon the scant facts and documents supplied to me this far, there is no doubt that Bratton DID own the property and probably still does if the law is applied properly.
I know of cases where probable cause was found for Murder and the bail was set less than that. The calls and emails keep coming in and I can’t say that I have a total picture of what was really going on here. But, based upon what I have the current story is this:
Bratton is one of the leaders in the Occupy movement. It may be true that the Occupy movement has been put on a watch list or even the terrorist list which might account for the high bail. I have not been able to confirm that. But it seems that some inference of that sort was used in getting bail set at a quarter of a million dollars. If so, the government is confusing (intentionally or otherwise) the Occupy movement which is a political movement within the system allowed and encouraged by the U.S. Government — with the sovereign citizen movement for which I have taken a lot of heat.
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State of Nevada Brings 606 Count Indictment against Two Alleged Robo-signers – Including 404 Felonies
By Daniel Edstrom
DTC Systems, Inc.
The indictment is 440 pages long and contains 606 counts against two individuals. 102 misdemeanors and 204 felonies against one person and 100 misdemeanors and 200 felonies against a second person. It sure seems to me that in a case like this involving recorded documents that mail fraud would be involved. This is because usually the recorded documents are sent through the mail.
Many, if not all of the documents involved in the indictment are Notices of Default. If these are forged documents, how can the non-judicial foreclosures have been strictly complied with? Of course I am not a lawyer, but it would sure seem to me that any document recorded after the Notice of Default would also be void. But who knows, maybe there is another law that says if the parties performing a non-judicial foreclosure commit 1 misdemeanor and 2 felonies you still lose your house. This seems unlikely since most non-judicial foreclosure states usually call for strict compliance with the non-judicial foreclosure statutes.
One notary has already pled guilty to one count of notarizing the signature of an individual not in her presence.