6/2/2017 Hearing and 10/19/87 Black Monday

THE STOCK MARKET crashed in a unprecedented event in 1987 . In finance, Black Monday refers to Monday, October 19, 1987, when stock markets around the world crashed, shedding a huge value in a very short time. The crash began in Hong Kong and spread west to Europe, hitting the United States after other markets had collapsed.

Now take a look at a case we are testifying in for the defendants against the foreclosure brought by SPS and Rosenberg and Associates.

  • Annum 360.6  days
  • Years 30.00 term 
  • 30 Yrs: 10,819.00 days

I took 360.6 days a year bond holder per annum multiplied by 30 years equal to 10,819 totals days.

Multiply the 30 years by $57.12 per day equal to $ 618,005.81 the amount shown by SPS on their statements.

Now I take the hearing date 6/2/2017 and backdate 10,819 days and that takes me to 10/19/1987. . . Black Monday

  • Court Hearing 06/02/17
  • No. of days (10,819.00)
  • Equals back to : 10/19/87

Again take (57.12) x 10819 equals $618,005.81

Conclusion  – Its called hiding the cash by back dating  30 years to a relevant date in history  … another timing devise. The SPS statement shows $618005.81 as interest bearing account and “other balance outstanding”shown is $618,005.81.  Matching balances contra accounts and mortgages – Makes one think!

If you are in foreclosure – ask your self . . .what am I doing ! One popular web site by Living-the-lie is talking about forgery and another about the weather in France – WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE ?

At this pace you do not have a chance …not a chance !

registerclaims@live.com (The smart mans defenses…)

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