Judge: HSBC Has 'Unclean Hands,' Faces Possible Sanctions

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A Miami-Dade judge dismisses a foreclosure case after finding mortgage documents were doctored.

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  • Jake

    It should be called "FILTHY" hands. These criminal Banksters are the epitome of lowlifes...STEALING homes by the truckloads all with forged and fabricated documents. Finally a judge who isn‘t bought and paid for. Sadly, Maryland isn‘t following suit and allows the criminals to use fabricated evidence to foreclose. How pathetic.

  • Manuel Neira

    Great Job Bruce as awesome Defense Council, that your track record has proven in your career, I could be a witness of her unstable and unfair role in my case, that she did a trial without the attorney on record and made unbelievable drastic decision in favor of the Bank of Mellon in my case.Broke the Florida law Counsel Erin Mae Rose Quinn (ESQ) and Reopen Case under E file, on July 31,2015, after case was CLOSED by Miami Dade-Court, violating Fl §95.11(2)(b)(c) Statues of Limitations 5 Years deadline, from October 1st, 2008 to October 1st 2013. Congratulations, Manuel Neira

  • Gerald Greenwald MD

    Ah, Bruce....Keep up the fine work. You are my hero!!

  • AnotherVictim

    Better late than never. I never cease to be stunned that this type of fraud has been allowed to decimate Florida homeowners...and continues. Finally a good judge.

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