Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked arsonists – apparently hired by MI-3* operative Bob Paulson through the RCMP Wandering Person Registry – to firebomb attacks on the English family’s Pacific Rim Resort property near Tofino and the associated force-placed insurance frauds, allegedly structured by KPMG, the escrow-service provider to Doug Pearce as CEO of the bcIMC pension fund and de-facto custodian of the Pacific Rim mortgage.
McConnell claims that Paulson began using MI-3’s RCMP Wandering Persons Registry in 1996 to create virtual identities for cross-border arsonists who could move into Canada to attack targets set up by KPMG allegedly including the four Canfor mills firebombed in 2008 and the Pacific Rim Resort this year.
MI-3 Racket = Marcy (Bona vacantia) + Inkster (Escrow) + Interpol (Foreign Fugitive File) + Intrepid
MI-3 = Marine Insertion Intelligence and Investigation unit set up in 1987 to destroy above
McConnell notes that in Book 12, published at www.abeldanger.net, agents deployed by the Marine Insertion, Intelligence and Investigations (MI-3) group are mingling in various OODA modes with agents of the Marcy Inkster Interpol Intrepid (MI-3) protection racket based at Skinners’ Hall.
“More Mortgage Fraud Uncovered: Force-Placed Insurance
MARCH 8, 2012
Fraud is prevalent in the mortgage industry.
One type of fraud that’s just coming to light is “force-placed insurance”. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) will be issuing mortgage servicing rules this year that will impose new limits on these insurance policies according to CFPB Director Richard Cordray in a speech to the National Association of Attorneys General annual meeting in Washington, D.C., Tuesday, March 6, 2012.
What is force-placed insurance? Force-placed insurance is an insurance policy taken out by the homeowner’s lender. The insurance is exactly what it sounds like – insurance you are forced to buy, and you may not know you have this insurance.
If the homeowner stops making payments on their mortgage, the lender can purchase insurance on your property and charge you for the insurance. This insurance costs a great deal more, as much as 10 times higher than a regular policy. The insurance protects the lender and is payable to the lender – not the homeowner. These force-placed insurance companies strictly deal with high-risk policies are separate entities from regular insurance companies.
Typically, when the homeowner misses mortgage payments, the lender will stop forwarding insurance payments (which have been held in escrow) to your insurance company. The lender buys the force-placed insurance and pays from your escrow account. Because this force-placed insurance costs more, the homeowner is driven into foreclosure more quickly. The lender doesn’t tell you they have changed your insurance.
What has also been uncovered – some force-placed insurance companies have back-dated the insurance up to nine months and then charged the homeowner for insurance they didn’t have. Homeowner’s have often wondered why unexplained charges have shown up on their original mortgage when they go into foreclosure.
Worse – some of these insurance companies have been known to give kickbacks to the lender thereby incentivizing delinquencies. The interests of the lender and the insurance company are aligned against the homeowner. The lenders, in many cases are reimbursed for the insurance they purchase on behalf of the homeowner from the proceeds of foreclosure sales – foreclosures they helped to bring about.
Until recently, one such force-placed insurance company was owned by one of the top ten major banks.
Other major banks have contracted with insurance companies and received a commission from the policies they placed on homes underlying their mortgages. There’s a class-action suit now, alleging one of the top ten major banks and an insurance company inflated the costs of force-placed insurance policies and the insurance company paid commissions to bank. The commissions, say the plaintiffs are nothing but kickbacks.
You may want to check with your lender concerning your insurance and get a detailed explanation of your escrow account.
Keith A. Gantenbein, Jr. is a Colorado foreclosure defense attorney located in Denver and servicing all of Colorado. He also handles bankruptcies, mortgage negotiations, lender liability, real estate, civil litigation, contracts and landlord/tenant. If you think you will be facing foreclosure, or are in the foreclosure process, or have had a wrongful foreclosure, contact Keith Gantenbein at (303) 618-2122 for a one-hour consultation where he will discuss your situation and go over all your options with you.
This article is not intended as legal advice. The opinions of this article are solely the opinion of the author.”
“Citizens United Against British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (BCIMC)
British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (BCIMC) claims to be a model corporate citizen following ethical principles in its business dealings but there is emerging evidence BCIMC may be a criminal organization that terrorizes law abiding citizens in order to take over their property.
The story of how BCIMC secretly conspired to take over the property of Pacific Rim Resort owned by the English family reveals a network controlled by BCIMC stretching from Victoria, British Columbia, to Atlanta, Georgia.
The campaign of terrorism included, firebombing, vandalism, death threats, abuse of municipal power, abuse of government power, obstruction of justice, and attempted murder as part of a conspiracy to acquire private property at fire sale prices. All investors in British Columbia need to be aware of these tactics by Government agencies.
There is an ancient legal maxim: "He who profits most from a crime is the one most likely to have committed it"
The available evidence shows that crimes were committed and that BCIMC, along with its subsidiary Parkbridge Lifestyle Communities Inc. (Parkbridge), and the Government of British Columbia benefitted so, in the Editors opinion, the logical conclusion, at this time, is that the Government of British Columbia, BCIMC and Parkbridge committed the crimes.
Reign of Terror Continues - BC Government Agency "Parkbridge" Breaking BC Government Laws With Illegal Evictions
The "reign of terror" by British Columbia Government Agencies against the English family of Tofino and other tenants on the Pacfic Rim Resort property continued today when, on instructions of Parkbridge lawyer, Brianna Hardwick, of Kelowna, (shown in photo on left) John Bradshaw, who operates Comox Valley Bailiffs Ltd., attempted to remove several legal tenants from the property, including Jack English and his family, without complying with the mandatory provisions of the Residential Tenancy Act of British Columbia that require that the landlord serve proper notice on legitimate tenants whom it intends to evict and which gives the tenant the right to dispute a wrongful eviction.
Brianna Hardwick may be contacted by telephone at 250-469-6462 to verify this information.
Mr. Bradshaw can be contacted at 250-336-8551 to verify this information.
According to her online biography: "Ms. Hardwick is a lifelong Kelowna resident and an active member of the community as both a competitive and recreational athlete"
Andrew Blair is the President and CEO of Parkbridge the company that is the legal beneficiary of the criminal conspiracy against the English family and he is considered a suspect in the conspiracy although the Editors believe that the masterminds behind the criminal conspiracy would likely have hidden some their plans from Blair who is a "puppet president" of Parkbridge a wholly owned subsidiary of BCIMC. Blair may be asked to give evidence against BCIMC CEO, Doug Pearce, and CBRE Vice President, Mike Nissley, as the case proceeds.
Blair started his career as a lawyer in one of Canada’s pre-eminent commercial legal gangs a.k.a. law firm, so he should know that tenants have rights in Canada and cannot be evicted for no good reason.”
“Fourth Canfor mill hit by fire in Prince George
Last Updated: Monday, November 10, 2008 | 10:39 AM PT
Prince George firefighters spent five hours battling yet another Canfor mill fire after a blaze broke out in a wood hopper at the Prince George Sawmill on Landooz Road on Sunday night.
Assistant fire chief Greg Wilkins said the fire was burning fiercely by the time crews arrived.
The blaze was Canfor's fourth mill fire in Prince George this year, but investigators have not indicated they have any reason to believe the fires are linked.
"Fire crews arriving at the scene found flames shooting from the top of the wood hopper, each 20 metres tall and four metres wide and deep. The bins were glowing red with heat," Wilkins said on Monday morning.
"It was a spectacular fire … but it was brought under control quickly," he said.
In January a large section of the Prince George Pulp and Paper mill was destroyed in fire.
A second massive fire in May destroyed the North Central Plywood plant.
Then in July, a fire broke out at the Intercon Pulp Mill in Prince George, but that fire was extinguished quickly.”
“The Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) is the central police database where Canada's law enforcement agencies can access information on a number of matters. It is Canada's only national law enforcement networking computer system ensuring officers all across the country can access the same information. There are approximately 3 million files generated each year and is the responsibility of the originating agency to ensure the data integrity of each file.
CPIC was approved for use by the Treasury Board of Canada and became operational in 1972. It is maintained by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) with the central registry located at the RCMP Headquarters in Ottawa, Canada. CPIC is interfaced with the United States National Crime Information Center and National Law Enforcement Telecommunications System but not all information are shared. For example, Wandering Persons Registry information is not shared across the border.
In order for a government agency to access CPIC, they must agree to abide by the rules set out in the CPIC Reference Manual and be approved by the CPIC Advisory Committee, composed of 26 senior police officers from municipal and provincial police forces, the Ontario Police Commission and the RCMP. Non-policing agencies must also enter a memorandum of understanding with the RCMP and maybe audited from time to time for compliance.
CPIC is broken down into four data banks: Investigative, Identification, Intelligence and Ancillary which contain information on:
Stolen or abandoned vehicles/boats
People who are accused of crime(s)
People on probation or parolees
xxSpecial Interest Police (SIP)
Access to the Offender Management System of Correctional Service of Canada
Canadian Firearms Registry of the Canadian Firearms Program
Wandering Persons Registry
Alzheimer's disease patients who register with the Alzheimer Society of Canada in case they go missing
CPIC criminal surveillance
Criminal intelligence gathered across the country
Criminal Record Synopsis
Condensed information about a person's criminal record
Local, municipal and provincial police services in Canada, as well as federal law enforcement agencies such as the Canada Border Services Agency and Military Police maintain their own local records in addition to CPIC records. Local records are maintained of all contact with police for a variety of reasons, and may or may not contain information that would be entered into the CPIC system. All CPIC agencies are subject to audit on a 4 year cycle. All records added to the CPIC system must satisfy stringent entry criteria in that every record must be, valid, accurate, complete in nature and compliant with input rules. The province of British Columbia is mandated by law that all police forces share a platform, known as PRIME-BC. [Alleged source of names for MI-3 Wandering Persons racket] In Ontario local records are now kept in systems known either as NICHE or Versadex, depending on the Municipalities choice of implementation. In Quebec the system used is called CRPQ (Centre de Reseignement des Policiers du Québec). The RCMP runs a similar system called PROS (Police Reporting Occurrence System) in provinces where they are providing contract policing as well for federal policing.”
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