Friday, July 15, 2016

Crackpot Homeowner Responds To Foreclosure Judgment By Recording $2.4 Million Retaliatory Lien On Judge's Real Estate, Filing "Criminal Complaint" Against Him, Legal Staff, Others

In Central Florida, SaintPetersBlog reports:
  • Last year, Judge Thomas Minkoff issued an order that a house owned by Leslie and Martin Armstrong be auctioned at a foreclosure sale.

    That order sparked a legal saga that saw Mrs. Armstrong filing a “criminal complaint” against Minkoff, his legal staff, Wells Fargo and its attorney that alleges they deprived her of her constitutional rights. Mrs. Armstrong alleges that they civil value of the 242 counts in her complaint add up to $2.4 million that she’s owed. Minkoff is a civil court judge in the Sixth Judicial Circuit for Pasco and Pinellas Counties.

    In the latest chapter, Minkoff, who is represented by Attorney General Pam Bondi’s office, filed suit [] alleging that the criminal complaint is full of false representations. He’s asking the court have them expunged from the record and that an injunction be issued preventing Mrs. Armstrong from filing any more “false documents.”

    Neither Minkoff nor Mrs. Armstrong could be reached for comment. But the court documents tell the story.
    “The false documents have adversely affected or will adversely affect Judge Minkoff’s credit and actual or potential interests in real or personal property because of the false appearance of a secured debt or an outstanding lien against him,” the lawsuit reads.

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