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Does Anyone Have a "Copy" of An Original Note That was Destroyed?

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Tonight. Charles Marshall, Esq. and Bill Paatalo, P.I., reveal new information on the existence of original promissory notes and how they are falsely presented in foreclosure cases. 

See Neil's post at

https://livinglies.wpcomstaging.com/2019/03/27/lost-notes-and-the-sudden-appearance-of-original-notes/

See Bill's post at 

https://bpinvestigativeagency.com/do-custodiansreally-hold-original-notes/

Original promissory notes were customarily destroyed contemporaneously with the loan closing. It follows that original notes presented in court were recreations — i.e. copies, which is what is not permitted in the enforcement of a note or mortgage. Testimony about it being an original, while knowing that the original was destroyed or “lost” would be perjury.

We have accepted and institutionalized the presentation of false documentation in court, and perjury in testimony mainly because of political ideology based upon false premises.

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