Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Lawsuit Abuse By HOA/CAI Industry--click the title link for more on this growing industry problem in your backyard--

How to steal millions of dollars by turning public courtrooms into a private playground

May 11, 2008

By Mac Kock Lebel
Copyright Mac Kock Lebel 2008
Boston, Massachusetts -
In Essex County, Massachusetts, a group of lawyers supported by several state and federal judges, after having stolen over $800,000 using invalid court orders, is now ready to liquidate and distribute among themselves the rest of the estate of 87-year-old Mary Jane Chalupowski, still worth about $1,500,000.

When a Lawsuit is a Crime

Except for the affected few, almost no one in this country would ever believe that each year, millions of dollars change hands (are stolen to be exact) in staged litigation schemes devised with the sole purpose of generating fraudulent bills for alleged attorney's fees.

In the process of such schemes, various unsuspecting, law-obeying citizens are being pulled into a vortex of unnecessary litigation, disguised as legitimate court proceedings.

The result is financial and emotional devastation, comparable only to lynching, if we think of lynching not as the sudden outburst of irrational group hatred, but as the "cool, calculating deliberation of intelligent people," as defined by Ida Wells-Barnett in 1900.

With violence and corruption widely accepted as an essential part of the American lifestyle and culture, this new, refined version of common robbery goes largely unpunished, as did lynching for decades. . . (follow the title link above for the full story)

Related Fox News Special Investigation On Local TX lobbyist who maintain this questionable network that also influences local school, municipal and county politics:


Other related sources on this industry racket:



http://www.ahrc.com/new/index.php/src/news (visit this site to see a survey on how the public has lost confidence in the court system when protecting their homes from the HOA abuse industry)






Question: Do you trust Allen Owen, mayor of Missouri City, TX, to represent you rather than his Houston corporate backers?




3%  participating said yes  (n20)


91%  participating said no  (n573)


6%  participating responded not sure  (n39)


(N) sample =  632


Stay tuned as more surveys for coming elections are posted!

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