BREAKING NEWS: MEDIA ADVISORY
WHO: Occupy Fights Foreclosures
WHAT: Stage four cancer patient and family evicted, after no notice, in violation of a court order, by Orange County Sheriffs. Sheriffs had earlier promised family they would take no action and refer case to the DA after family's attorney showed them the evidence of fabricated mortgage documents
WHERE: 10675 S Orange Park Blvd, Orange, CA
WHEN: IMMEDIATELY June 25, 2013
ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFFS EVICT FAMILY OF STAGE FOUR CANCER PATIENT WITHOUT NOTICE AND IN VIOLATION OF A COURT ORDER -- LOCKOUT PROVIDES COVER FOR ATTORNEY TO ENTER HOUSE AND STEAL ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS
Family has to re-home 6 pigmy goats.
Family was not allowed to get cancer medicines or medical documents related to chemo therapy.
Sheriffs had earlier promised the family they would take no action after seeing admissions in court of forging notes and bid-rigging and would refer case to the DA
ORANGE COUNTY, June 25, 2013— Orange County Sheriffs today evicted — without notice — the family of a stage four cancer patient with 6 pigmy goats in unincorporated Orange County near Orange, in violation of a court order.
Days earlier, the same sheriff who was carrying out the eviction, L De Ande, had promised the family no action would be taken, had acknowledged that the entire foreclosure was based on forgery, and had promised to investigate and refer the case to the DA.
The OC Sheriff's Special Investigations Unit, when contacted, confirmed that no eviction should have taken place because their investigation was not complete.
The lockout gave cover for the attorney for the foreclosing entity, Jennifer Needs — who created the assignment on the deed of trust and created the LLC that foreclosed on the house — to enter the house and remove boxes of original documents that the family were not able to store because the sheriffs gave no notice.
The family, Norman and Helen Koshak, has been hit with two major illnesses in the past few years — Norman is recovering from a brain tumor and Helen, owner of a knitting business who grew up on a farm in Michigan, is fighting stage four breast cancer. Because they are vulnerable with medical debt, the family was targeted by predatory "hard-money" lenders who pretended to give them a loan, then forged notes and broke property transfer laws to steal the property.
The family's attorney, Lenore Albert, has evidence that the entity that foreclosed on the property has no ties to the property, paid the auctioneer to rig bids, forged the note and was told how to forge balloon payment documents by PLM Lender Services, one of the largest loan servicing companies.
Contact: Lenore Albert, atty for family 714-414-7029
Carlos Marroquin 323-592-4663