McConnell Links Wells Fargo Pass-Through 9/11 To Canada Square Odious Debt
The Abel Danger White House announced today that it has linked a pass-through certificate fraud and the WTC Twin Towers’ demolition on 9/11 to a Canada Square Odious Debt Syndicate led by Wells Fargo loan administrators out of Canary Wharf, London.
Abel Danger’s Global Operations Director Field McConnell located the source of odious debt after his spoliation inference that Wells Fargo – a syndicate leader at Canada Square, Canary Wharf – had used a Federal Bridge Certification Authority to issue Pull it orders to the U.S. Small Business Administration operators who allegedly demolished WTC #1 and 2 (The Twin Towers) and WTC # 4, 5 and 7 with nano-thermite devices on 9/11.
“9-11 Truth on Fox News, Detroit, Michigan”
“1. Re: Address of Wells Fargo Bank in London? 19 October 2008, 8:09 Wells Fargo Bank 25, Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5LQ Tel: 020 7138 2000 5. 19 October 2008, 9:02 London wholesale money market operations for Wells Fargo, located in an office suite in the Citigroup Centre.”
“WORLD TRADE CENTER PROPERTIES WTC WTC UBS GMAC 2001 WTC GMAC v. HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY SR LTD WORLD TRADE CENTER PROPERTIES, L.L.C., Silverstein Properties, Inc., Silverstein WTC Management Co., L.L.C., 1 World Trade Center, L.L.C., 2 World Trade Center, L.L.C., 4 World Trade Center, L.L.C., 5 World Trade Center, L.L.C., Westfield WTC, L.L.C., Westfield Corporation, Inc., Westfield America, Inc., and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Defendants-Counter-Claimants -Counter-Defendants-Appellants-Cross-Appellees, UBS Warburg Real Estate Investments Inc., Wells Fargo Bank Minnesota, N.A., As Trustee for the registered holders of GMAC Commercial Mortgage Securities, Inc. Mortgage-Backed Pass-Through Certificates, Series 2001-WTC, and GMAC Commercial Mortgage Corporation, Defendants-Coun ter-Claimants-Counter-Defendants-Cross-Appellees, v. HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY and Royal Indemnity Company, Counter-Defendants-Appellees, St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co., Counter-Defendant-Appellee-Cross-Appellant, SR International Business Insurance Co., LTD., Plaintiff-Counter-Defendant-Intervenor, Allianz Insurance Company, Copenhagen Reinsurance Co., Employers Insurance of Wausau, Federal Insurance Company, Great Lakes Reinsurance (UK) PLC., Gulf Insurance Company, Houston Casualty Co., Industrial Risk Insurers, Lexington Insurance Co., Certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s of London, QBE International Insurance Limited, Swiss Reinsurance Co. UK Ltd., TIG Insurance Co., Tokio Marine and Fire Insurance Co., Travelers Indemnity Company, Twin City Fire Insurance Co., Württembergische Versicherung AG and Zurich American Insurance Co., Counter-Defendants. SR International Business Insurance Co., Ltd., Plaintiff-Counter-Defendant, World Trade Center Properties, L.L.C., Silverstein Properties, Inc., Silverstein WTC Management Co. L.L.C., 1 World Trade Center, L.L.C., 2 World Trade Center, L.L.C., 4 World Trade Center, L.L.C., 5 World Trade Center, L.L.C., Westfield WTC, L.L.C., Westfield Corporation, Inc., Westfield America, Inc., and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Defendants-Counter-Claimants-Appellants, v. The Travelers Indemnity Company, Counter-Defendant-Appellee, Allianz Insurance Company, Copenhagen Reinsurance Co., Employers Insurance of Wausau, Federal Insurance Company, Great Lakes Reinsurance (UK) PLC, Gulf Insurance Company, Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Houston Casualty Co., Industrial Risk Insurers, Lexington Insurance Co., Certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s of London, QBE International Insurance Limited, Royal Indemnity Company, St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Company, Swiss Reinsurance Co. UK Ltd., TIG Insurance Co., Tokio Marine and Fire Insurance Co., Twin City Fire Insurance Co., Württembergische Versicherung AG, and Zurich American Insurance Co., Counter-Defendants. 02-9279, 02-9280, 02-9281, 02-9349, 02-9350, 02-9351, 02-9431, 02-9440. Docket Nos.”
Letter to Mike Heid, President of Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
USPS track 7011 1570 0001 8999 0464 to Wells Fargo
USPS track 7011 1570 0001 8999 0457 to Clay County
N3572 CR S
Plum City, WI 54761
Mr. Mike Heid, President
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
P O Box 10335
Des Moines IA 50306-0335
Mr. Brian J. Melton
Clay County Attorney
807 11th Street North
Moorhead , MN 56560
CC to Red River Valley CPA and Halstad Fire Insurance
Via Certified Mail, email, and fax
21 February, 2012
Dear Mr. Heid:
A foreclosure is not necessary as I am offering to complete a Deed in Lieu and or lead you to a short sale buyer. I am making a demand upon Wells Fargo and Mr. Mike Heid to provide me relief by end of business 7 March, 2012 or I will be filing suit against Wells Fargo for fraud. Please consider the image below before responding.
The one entity at the 7 o’clock position is the United Kingdom Ministry of Defence whose principals-having root authority for all financial transactions on the Federal Bridge-were allegedly able to trigger a wave of fraudulent foreclosures in the United States through a racketeering conspiracy with the nation’s five largest mortgage servicers: Bank of America Corporation, JP Morgan Chase & Co., Wells Fargo and Company, Citigroup Inc. and Ally Financial Inc. ( formerly GMAC-bundler for a phony mortgage on the WTC Twin Towers in New York). The recent $25 billion decision in Washington DC to resolve violations of state and federal law by these large mortgage servicers could soon seem very small.
Global Ops Director
Abel Danger Private Intelligence
+001 715 307 8222”
“Wells Fargo is a leading provider of syndicated loan administration and agency services. We administer pools of leveraged loans on behalf of investors and provide daily transaction and trading information, ratings updates, and other agency services. For lenders in syndicated credit facilities, we administer debt service payments, maintain the registrar of lenders, facilitate trading of positions, and provide other agency services. Our professionals average 15 years of experience, and are active members of the Loan Syndication & Trading Association and the American Securitization Forum.
Wells Fargo is the industry leader in bank loan (pooled) administration on behalf of investors. We process transactions on behalf of investors for pools of more than 2,000 commercial loans (including non-U.S. loans), with quarter-end processing exceeding 55,000 wire transfer payments. We administer a variety of loan structures including distressed debt, restructured debt, debtor-in-possession loans, and “paid in kind” assets.
Our services include tracking all daily loan activity including:
New asset set-up
P&I transaction posting
Daily ratings updates
Agent bank difference resolution
For more information, please contact Tom Gandolfo at 212-515-5256.
For syndicated credit facilities, Wells Fargo is a leading agent bank acting on behalf of the lending syndicate. We are active in newly syndicated transactions and as successor agent, and we specialize in distressed and defaulted credits, exit facilities, debtor in possession financings, and first and second lien loans. As administrative agent we participate in creditors’ steering committees and debt restructurings, and are active as sub-agent for other administrative agents.
Our agency services include:
Collection and disbursement of debt service
Maintaining a registrar of lenders and handling assignments
Handling amendments, consents, and waivers
Collateral agent services on secured credits
Disseminating deal documents and compliance certificates through the IntraLinks website.
For more information, please contact Vito Iacovazzi at 860-313-0546 or Andy Steck at 212-515-5259.”
“(Reuters) – U.S. securities regulators accused Wells Fargo & Co on Friday of repeatedly ignoring its subpoenas for documents in connection with a probe into the bank’s $60 billion sale of mortgage-backed securities. The Securities and Exchange Commission’s filing in a San Francisco federal court seeks to compel the fourth largest U.S. bank to hand over documents. The SEC said it has issued several subpoenas since September. A Wells Fargo spokeswoman called the SEC’s action “inappropriate” and pledged the bank would “vigorously defend itself in court” against the SEC action. “Wells Fargo has extensively cooperated in the commission’s investigation and believed it had an understanding with the SEC staff with regard to the outstanding document requests; the filing of this action violates that understanding,” said Wells Fargo spokeswoman Mary Eshet. The SEC said on Friday it is looking into whether Wells Fargo made “material misrepresentations or omitted material facts” in offerings it made to investors from September 2006 through early 2008, a period that included the beginnings of the financial crisis. The SEC charges that a due diligence review of a sampling of the securitized loans was done, and some of those loans would be dropped because they failed to meet the bank’s underwriting standards. But the regulator said it “does not appear that Wells Fargo took any steps to address similar deficiencies in the remainder of the loans in the pool, which were securitized and sold to investors.” Eshet said that the SEC had inaccurately described its conduct with regard to residential mortgage backed securities and that no enforcement action was warranted. Several major US banks, including Bank of America Corp and Goldman Sachs Group Inc have faced intense scrutiny from regulators, investors and politicians over their packaging and marketing of mortgage debt, including whether they properly disclosed the risks. Much of that debt proved riskier than expected, and was a major factor in both the 2008 financial crisis and the roughly five-year U.S. housing slump.
SIX SUBPOENAS According to the SEC’s Friday filing against Wells Fargo, the agency has issued six subpoenas to Wells Fargo since September 30. The SEC said in its complaint it wants the bank to provide the documents in 14 days. … Among the types of documents the SEC is seeking are loan underwriting guidelines, due diligence reports, drafts of prospectus supplements, staff training materials, preliminary loan data and 1,365 emails. The SEC said that Wells Fargo had initially balked at turning over the emails based on attorney-client privilege, but then later reversed course and promised to turn them over in short order. .. The case is SEC v. Wells Fargo & Co, U.S. District Court, Northern District of California, No. 12-mc-80087. (Reporting By Sarah N. Lynch in Washington and Rick Rothacker in Charlotte, N.C.; Additional reporting by Jonathan Stempel in New York; Editing by Tim Dobbyn)”
“[Spoliation inference of a RICO pattern of crimes associated with unlawful debt and Wells Fargo Canada Square, pass-through certificate frauds] BERNSTEIN LITOWITZ BERGER & GROSSMANN LLP DAVID R. STICKNEY (Bar No. 188574) TIMOTHY A. DeLANGE (Bar No. 190768) MATTHEW P. JUBENVILLE (Bar No. 228464) 12481 High Bluff Drive, Suite 300 San Diego, CA 92130 Tel: (858) 793-0070 Fax: (858) 793-0323 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Attorneys for Lead Plaintiffs Alameda County Employees’ Retirement Association, Government of Guam Retirement Fund, New Orleans Employees’ Retirement System and Louisiana Sheriffs’ Pension and Relief Fund UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA – SAN FRANCISCO DIVISION IN RE WELLS FARGO MORTGAGE BACKED CERTIFICATES LITIGATION Civil Action No. 09-cv-01376-SI CONSOLIDATED CLASS ACTION ECF AMENDED CONSOLIDATED CLASS ACTION COMPLAINT FOR VIOLATIONS OF §§ 11, 12(a)(2) AND 15 OF THE SECURITIES ACT OF 1933”
Please visit links to the Presidential Field election campaign and learn how a McConnell administration would deal by repudiation with the Canada Square Odious Debt Syndicate led by Wells Fargo.