Why Juries See What Judges Won’t

By George W. Mantor | 5/1/14

Despite having the law and the facts on their side, homeowners who challenge a fraudclosure rarely get justice from a judge. Combined with the fact that ninety-six percent of all foreclosures go unchallenged you have the perfect business model for organized crime.

I have written numerous articles on my disappointment with the devolving of our once proud legal system and the horrible implications for our future.  Bless a Little Fraud and More Will Surely Follow; Fraud on the Court, So Easy a Caveman Could Do It; and Is Justice Dead? are three of my favorites.

I thought that, as time went by, the truth would be uncovered.  But now, years later, after billions in penalties (little of which went to the victims) books, movies, and talk shows, most judges continue to rule in favor of the bankstas.

I fear we have gone past a tipping point.

I didn’t see this coming.  I thought we could or would stop them.  By the time I realized what had happened, it was over and done.  Maybe you haven’t noticed, yet.  The system has taken over.  Not just by fiat and force where necessary, but by propaganda and false flags.

They have taken control of the food, (GMO and HFC), the air (chem-trails), and the water (toxins and prescription medication).

You can no longer peaceably assemble in public nor petition for a redress of grievances.  You are not safe  in your home from unreasonable searches and seizures. Because nobody really cared, the tables have been turned.  They don’t work for us; we work for them.

There was a subtle, imperceptible change in thinking and we bought right into it.  We conceded that we have only the rights that they bestow upon us, and that is very different from thinking that they have only the rights we bestow upon them.

They talk a great game of freedom, opportunity, and justice but not for us, only for them. We’ve been on lock-down since 9/11, living with martial law, and watching our freedoms get taken in exchange for our security. While that has been going on, they looted and started murdering us, yet never, no matter how egregious, are officers held to account.

Everyone has seen the blue Toyota Tacoma riddled with bullet holes by Los Angeles police who mistook it for a black Nissan. Two women were wounded, but fortunately, not killed.

A case you may not know about comes from San Diego County.

On the night of August 18, 2012, 36-year-old former Air and Sea rescue team member, Jennifer Lynn Orey, stepped outside of her home in response to a noise made by Sheriff's Deputy, Luke Berhalter.

Ms. Orey announced herself as the homeowner where upon she was gunned down by Berhalter at point-blank range.

The officer remains on duty and Ms. Orey’s claim for damages were denied by the County of San Diego. 

Bad, yes, but it gets worse.  San Diego County Sheriff, Bill Gore, told KGTV the bullet fired by the deputy only grazed Jennifer Lynn Orey's arm and amounted to nothing more than a "scratched pinky."

Now, in fairness to Sheriff Gore, we should keep in mind that his experience with gunshot wounds comes from his assassinations of Vicki Weaver and her son at Ruby Ridge over charges that were later proven false. Whoopsie.

Nonetheless, he was unable to explain the cause of the gaping hole in Miss Orey’s chest or what ripped out the inside of her arm.

The bullet went through her left breast, through the bottom, going right through her nipple, into her bicep, and then “scratched” her pinky as the round exited her arm.

There has been an attitude shift among police.  I was very interested in law enforcement as a career, but more on the detective aspect rather than patrol or traffic enforcement.  At that time, police work was considered an extremely dangerous career because the idea was that a law enforcement officer was expected to risk his life to protect the innocent.

Under that scenario, you would expect that, in encounters with the police, fewer innocent people would be shot than law enforcement officers.

I wish someone would compile a list of all of the officer related shootings of innocent people and pets shot versus police officers, since 9/11.  I’ll bet it would look like open season on us.

Since the economic collapse of 2008, there have been billions paid out for the many fraudulent aspects of the mortgage-backed securities (MBS) shuffle.  Investigations have been started and then shut down.  Even worse, they are deliberately hiding the evidence of those investigations while refusing to release the findings.  

The truth must be much worse than we ever imagined.  Of all of those billions, the victims have gotten just a tad over squat (usually $300) for a stolen house, all their equity and ruined lives.

Where are all of these bloated and expensive agencies who were going make this right?

They flaunt it in our faces.  They know that we are powerless.  They own us.  We do what they say.  All part of the massive, global shift of everything to them.

So, then we try to seek justice in court.  This proposition is so risky for either side that settlements are the result of most litigation.  But, they won’t settle with us because they know that we have no money to fight them.

In court, the judge holds the homeowner to the strictest of court procedures and aids the bankstas.

Mary McCulley of Bozeman, Mont., had her loan changed by U.S. Bank without her knowledge from a $300,000, 30-year loan - to a $200,000 loan due in 18 months.  In documents submitted to the court, U.S. Bank included four separate loan applications with different terms.

The Montana jury found US BANK liable for actual fraud, the jury found them liable of constructive fraud and handed down a $6 million dollar verdict, $5 million in punitive damages.

But, beware taking on big and powerful enemies.  On April 25, 2014, Mary was forcibly hauled off to federal prison for accusations by former American Land Title Company employee, Tom Cahill.  Based solely on Cahill’s word, Mary was sentenced to one year in Federal Prison. She was immediately taken away by Federal Marshalls, and reported severe bruising after being roughed up.  Mary is 56 years old.

Then this happened in Aliquippa, P.A.

Widow, Eileen Battisti, was foreclosed on and will be evicted from her $280,000 home which was sold at a tax auction for $116,000 over $6.30 in unpaid interest, a Pennsylvania judge has ruled.

Beware of the scribes, which love to go in long clothing, and love salutations in the market place, and the chief seats in the synagogues, and the uppermost rooms at feasts: Which devour widows' houses, and for a pretense make long prayers: these shall receive greater condemnation Mark 12:38-40


Joe Askar, Beaver County's chief solicitor, said "It's bad - she had some hard times, I guess her husband kind of took care of a lot of that stuff.  It seemed that she was having a hard time coping with the loss of her husband - that just made it set in a little more."

According to Askar, “The judge got the decision right, based on the law.  The county never wants to see anybody lose their home, but at the same time the tax sale law, the tax real estate law, doesn't give a whole lot of room for error either."

Mr. Askar, do you really expect us to believe that yours is a community so devoid of compassion that nowhere could be found the $6.30 to prevent a widow from being made homeless?  Did it not once ever occur to you to pay it forward, skip your latte and do a good deed for a widow?


Where I come from we bitch-slap men like you.  And Cahill, what about you?

It comes down to this.  The judges are all part of the corruption.  The juries get it right, but the judge gets even.  Welcome to Gulag Amerika.

Personal Note: This article has spawned much debate among my campaign supporters, some of whom argued against the publishing of this piece on the grounds that I would be viewed as some sort of malcontent which could damage my campaign for San Diego County Assessor/Recorder/Clerk.

Here is what I told them:

I am a malcontent.  I would not be putting myself through this if I were content or complacent. I am not okay with what is going on.  The only reason that my comments made them uneasy is that no one else is talking about this.

I am also the voice of those who have no voice.  I speak for those who get run roughshod over by a system that is completely indifferent to them.

But, as to the wisdom of telling uncomfortable truths, what do I have to lose?  The rich folks will likely vote for one of the other rich folks in the race.  The parties are both spending heavily on this non-partisan office and I’m all but invisible.

Finally, I’m not a politician; I’m a journalist who believes that based on his knowledge and experience he can do a better job than the other candidates, none of whom are talking about dirty deeds and their impact in court and on our land title records.

Early in my campaign I was asked an amusing question. “You’re not one of those conspiracy theorists, are you?”

I reassured him, “No, no. I used to be, but they aren’t theories anymore?

     George's website is No Dirty Deeds.