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You know the closure of more than 8,000 banks and S&Ls during the middle
1980s can be traced to the FALSE arrest of MYSELF by US Secret Service at
Conroe, Texas.  You see all these BLACK and ROGUE OPS take lots O cash.
   
  The Clinton Land CONS far far far from UNIQUE   #yiv1405296081
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                        Report: Developers owned almost all troubled S&Ls 
  United Press International 
  Thrift experts place the two dozen institutions at the heart of an
epidemic of risky lending and outright fraud that virtually bankrupted the
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. 
  09/21/1987 

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  Check out those ILLEGAL 'DIRT ROADS" the funny Right of ways !!!!
   
  The "DIRT ROADS" of Whitewater - What A Hoot !!!
   
  Old Hillary May Want To Explain the DIRT ROADS
  and how the Utilities and Right Of Ways were DEDICATED !
 
   
  The Road Utility and Drainage areas, along with any PARKS or COMMON areas
then are REMOVED from the TAX ROLLS by the Tas Assessors Office or become
TAX EXEMPT.  These are the laws of Property Development and well the ROSE
LIE FIRM and the Clinton MAFIA pulled the very same LAND CON as thousands
and thousands of other SHYSTERS during the same period.
   
  You did NOT think the Clinton Land CONS were any thing ORIGINAL DID YOU
   
    Bank Fraud it's NOT just a thing about the CLINTONS
  ask Alberto Gonzales, John Cornyn and DUBBYA
   
   
  Report: Developers owned almost all troubled S&Ls 
  United Press International 
  Thrift experts place the two dozen institutions at the heart of an
epidemic of risky lending and outright fraud that virtually bankrupted the
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. 
  09/21/1987 
   
  Did You Say "DIRT ROAD"  LAND CON
   
  
   
  1988 YEAR IN REVIEW/Scandal, controversy mark the area's top newsmakers 
  BOB TUTT : Staff 
  A congressional report alleged that a national "epidemic" of fraud and
misconduct by insiders underlaid the failure of many financial
institutions. 
  01/01/1989 
   
  Deregulation made thrifts vulnerable/Report says fraud to cost billions 
  JAMES DRUMMOND : Staff 
  The subcommittee listed suggestions to improve bank fraud prevention:
Better train bank examiners. Only one in 10 has special training in bank
fraud. 
  10/20/1988 
   
  `Epidemic' of bank, S&L fraud cited/D.C. panel blaming insider misconduct
for many failures 
  JAMES DRUMMOND, BOB SABLATURA : Staff 
  Epidemic' of bank, S&L fraud cited/D.C. panel blaming insider misconduct
for many failures In Houston, 18 FBI agents are assigned exclusively to
investigating allegations of bank fraud, said Joyce. 
  10/14/1988 
   
  
   
  Fraud `epidemic' cited in bank, S&L failures 
  JAMES DRUMMOND, BOB SABLATURA : Staff 
  In Houston, 18 FBI agents are assigned exclusively to investigating
allegations of bank fraud, said Joyce. 
  10/14/1988 
   
  Report: Developers owned almost all troubled S&Ls 
  United Press International 
  Thrift experts place the two dozen institutions at the heart of an
epidemic of risky lending and outright fraud that virtually bankrupted the
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. 
  09/21/1987 
   
  Heads roll in crackdown, but questions linger 
  TAMAR LEWIN : New York Times 
  Indeed, signs are that insider trading - exploiting advance knowledge of
an important development to buy or sell stock before the public knows about
it - has become epidemic. 
  07/27/1986 

    You know all this CLINTON style DIRT ROAD land speculation SUBDIVISION
FLIPPING CRAP happened right during all the LOOTINGS of the Banks and S&Ls
in Texas, YUP exact same time period as the Whitewater and Castle Grande
CONS and that S&L that was Looted by the CLINTON MAFIA !!!!!!!
   
  
   
  The Houston Chronicle and Houston Post and Conroe Courier ALL agree as
follows along with the FEDERAL COURT in Houston I will add:
   
  Some of the (CONROE TEXAS Montgomery County)  subdivisions have plats
recorded with the county as required by state law. Others - about 635 plus 
 - are unrecorded or "red flag" subdivisions that do not meet county road
and drainage standards and have no plats, or plans, filed.   Colonias
EQUALS red Flag Illegal Rural Subdivision - THE BANKING and TITLE INSURANCE
COMPANY, MAIL FRAUD ties are very very interesting as well, ASK ALBERTO
GONZALES and GERORGE W. BUSH all this CRAP happened all around HUMBLE TEXAS
- ain't that right Boys N Girls
   
  Paper: HOUSTON CHRONICLE
Date: THU 04/06/1989
Section: A
Page: 27
Edition: 2 STAR

  Colonias water, sewage bill approved by Senate

By JACK KEEVER
Associated Press 
   
  AUSTIN - After hearing that living conditions in certain Texas border
areas are no better than those in the Third World, the Senate approved a
bill Wednesday that would provide funds for water and sewage systems in
colonias.       The Senate also tentatively approved a bill that would
extend the life of the Texas Indian Commission to 1993, at which time it
would become a private, non-profit foundation and presumably lose its state
financial support.       Sen. Tati Santiesteban said there are more than
700 colonias, or illegal rural subdivisions, between El Paso and
Brownsville, and about 500 have no water or sewage systems.      
Unsanitary conditions in the colonias affect other communities "because of
the commingling of our schoolchildren and, in turn, create havoc with
health problem
 s, as well as educational problems," Santiesteban said.       The El Paso
Democrat said the bill would allow the Texas Water Development Board, in
conjunction with the Texas Water
 Commission, to issue bonds and make loans and grants to cure the problems.
      Sen. Hector Uribe, one of five co-sponsors of the bill, said, "This
is the most significant public health issue facing" the Rio Grande Valley. 
     Uribe, D-Brownsville, said current estimates indicate that the bill
could make available up to $212 million for the colonias almost immediately
after becoming law.       It was sent to the House on voice vote, and has
received the support of Gov. Bill Clements, whose signature would make the
bill law.       The bill is designed to help poor border counties, which
are 85-90 percent Hispanic, but counties next to border counties also would
be eligible to participate in the program, Santiesteban said.       To curb
the proliferation of colonias, counties would have 
 to approve new subdivision plats. Counties applying for assistance would
be required to demand that all future developments comply with water and
wastewater requirements. Developers who
 failed to comply would be subject to fines.       Santiesteban said it is
possible that the state would have to pay the debt service on some bonds.  
    Uribe said the bill would allow the state to fund a portion of the
federal government's efforts to treat water flowing into the Rio Grande
from both Texas and Mexico.       Sen. Judith Zaffirini, D-Laredo, said
plans call for Texas to pay 5 percent of the cost, the United States 45
percent and Mexico 50 percent of a $44 million wastewater treatment plant
for Laredo, Texas, and Nuevo Laredo, Mexico.       Lt. Gov. Bill Hobby said
the bill represents a "small step toward recognizing a responsibility for
allowing the existence of communities in our state that are really more
like Third World communities."       Sen. Don Henderson, R-Houston
 , criticized the bill continuing the Indian Commission, which would be
expanded from three to six members.
   
   
  NOW COMPARE THE TWO STORIES
   
   
      Paper: HOUSTON CHRONICLE
Date: SUN 06/21/1987
Section: 1
Page: 1
Edition: 2 STAR
  POTHOLES & PROMISES/Montgomery County's crumbling subdivisions/
Homeowners handle property woes

By CATHY GORDON
Staff 
  Polish immigrant Steve Szladewski's ruddy complexion grows redder as he
rattles off the sales pitch that led him to buy property in the Shepard's
Landing subdivision in Montgomery County.       Former astronaut Alan
Shepard, the subdivision's developer with former Houston Mayor Louie Welch,
was to be his next-door neighbor, a salesman bragged. Szladewski's land,
though bordering the San Jacinto River, was unlikely to flood. And the
horseshoe-shaped road winding through the subdivision would be paved.      
"Alan Shepard didn't move next door. A guy from New Jersey bought that
lot," said Szladewski, a small, gray-bearded man who struggles with his
English.       The road also failed to materialize, and on one occasion,
Szladewski anchored his tiny clapboard house to two large oak trees to
  save it from being swept away by the rain-swollen river.   "In Poland, I
learn people in America help each other. But in America, I learn sometimes
they say things so you buy."      
 Szladewski is not alone. Shepard's Landing, developed in Montgomery
County's real estate boom of the late 1960s through early 1980s, is one of
hundreds of problem-plagued subdivisions that have come back to haunt the
county and its residents during the bust.       They are speckled
throughout the county's dense pine forests, the legacy of a ripe economy
gone sour. In many instances, they are the handiwork of unscrupulous
developers who skirted the county's rules to make a fast buck.       Some
developers, however, say the county is to blame for encouraging development
without spelling out or enforcing any restrictions.       Some of the
subdivisions have plats recorded with the county as required by state law.
Others - about 600 - are unrecorded or "red flag" subdivisions that do not
meet
  county road and drainage standards and have no plats, or plans, filed.   
   All of them hold disgruntled, heartbroken homeowners with similar
stories:       When Mike and Pam Jordan
 purchased five acres of land in The Wilderness subdivision off FM 1488 for
$21,000, they were told there would be no problem in getting basic services
such as electricity to their wooded lot.       "But we found out it really
was the wilderness," said Jordan. The only access to their trailer home is
a narrow, muddy gas pipeline easement. No electrical easement to his
property exists. The couple lived by a gas lantern for several months and
had to pay $2,000 to run a wire through the woods and hook up with an
electrical line. Their utility bills run double as a result.       In the
recorded Park Place mobile home subdivision near Magnolia, the streets are
named after those in the popular board game, Monopoly. But the similarity
stops there, says resident Pat Wuensche, whose back yard on We
 st Boardwalk is mushy with sewage.       Thirty families have joined the
Texas attorney general in suing the developer, claiming he falsely
represented that septic tanks would work in the
 subdivision's soil. Wuensche said she is still waiting for the 24-hour
security, recreational facilities and county-standard roads she was
promised.   In the Indian Hills subdivision off 2978, Richard and Mary
Blunk were shown a developer's plat of the subdivision, reflecting a nice
chunk of property on which they later built a home. They later discovered
that the subdivision's road cut through an area reflected on the map as
their property. 
   
  Residents in some problem subdivisions are denied basic services such as
mail delivery because of roads that turn into slick obstacle courses at the
first rain. School bus drivers refuse to travel them. Fire and ambulance
personnel live in fear of the day someone dies because an emergency vehicle
cannot clear the mud and potholes. Realtors won't waste their time listing
such properties.       Hardly a Commissioners Court session goes by where
residents don't plead for help from the county.       The county has
decided to go to the courts.       "In the past, I think developers thought
`what's the county going to do? They don't have the stuff to come after
me,"' said County Engineer Don Blanton. "I think they realize the county
means business now."       Last year, the county hired attorn
 ey Nelda Radabaugh to address the problem and force developers to comply
with the subdivision requirements. She has sent numerous warning letters to
developers asking them to upgrade their
 roads and drainage systems and has filed a lawsuit against one developer,
S. E. Rutledge, of the Southern Pines subdivision off FM 1314.       In the
past, county officials bowed to public pressure, maintaining the
substandard roads to please constituents and gain votes.       But a
downturned economy, tighter road and bridge budgets and a need to properly
address what's become a monumental problem has all but precluded that
practice, say county officials.       Radabaugh said most developers the
county has contacted are cooperative. "But some of them are bankrupt, gone
to Timbuktu, Kansas, hiding.       "We don't base our investigation on
which residents are screaming the loudest. It has to be on which
subdivisions are the worst. It's not easy explaining to someone `Yes, your
subdivision
  is bad. But you're number 400 on the list."'       Jack and Ernestine
Daniel, residents of the Southern Pines development, hope the county's
efforts will pay off.       They joke that
 they own lakefront property. The subdivision has no drainage ditches. When
it rains, the water puddles up in chug holes, some nearly as wide as the
road itself. Water moccasins sunbathe on the road after the water recedes. 
     Mrs. Daniel has named the subdivision's narrow, dirt roads herself:
Rub Board Road, Slip 'N Slide Drive and Dip 'N Dive Drive.       "It about
says it all."       To hammer her point home, she sent notices to the
developers, inviting them to "The super slide and roller coaster ride in
Southern Pines." The letter continues "bring your bulldozer, dump truck,
backhoe or grade as the pot holes and mud holes are at least three to four
feet deep. Use of an ordinary car will destroy your tires, shocks and
springs and put bruises on your skull." A postscript reads, "The n
 ext invitation will not be as cordial."       "Our children have been
embarrassed to bring friends home," Mrs. Daniel said. "The head coach at
Sam Houston State came out here once to talk
 to our son. He said he never had to come down such deplorable roads in his
life to recruit a boy."       Polish immigrant Szladewski hopes the
county's efforts will benefit him as well.   His property in the unrecorded
Shepard's Landing subdivision off FM 2854 is not only in the flood plain,
it's in the river bed. County officials have told him his home would have
to be built 21 feet off the ground to be above the 100-year flood plain.   
   Shepard, Welch and businessman Jack Coogan initiated the project. A
now-defunct Conroe real estate brokerage company sold the lots.       The
county filed misdemeanor charges against the three investors in 1980,
claiming the subdivision was falsely represented as county approved. The
investor's attorney, Dan McCrary, said the charges were without meri
 t and were dropped on condition that certain things be upgraded at the
development. None were.       McCrary said purchasers in Shepard's Landing
signed letters acknowledging the land was
 in the flood plain.       "This is nothing my clients have escaped from
unscathed," he said. "They're still paying for this flood plain property." 
     Szladewski, with the help of a neighbor, keeps the lone road in the
development graded. But land that he paid $4,000 an acre for has been
appraised at $500.       He said he relied on the word of a salesman "and
got taken. They told me it was recorded subdivision. They promise to fix
the roads. They say they build a nice entrance to subdivision, something
beautiful. We have nothing."       Szladewski said he figured the
subdivision would be well maintained when he was told Shepard would be his
neighbor. "And Louie Welch, they say he build on lot 11 or 12.       "In
Poland, I learn nobody cheats in America because everybody helps each othe
 r. If one person's house burns, neighbors build another. That was America
in my mind."       In the Park Place subdivision off Dobbin Huffsmith Road,
residents are hoping Attorney General
 Jim Mattox's lawsuit against the developer will stop an odor the
development on hot, humid days.   Mattox visited the recorded subdivision
in 1984, declaring it unlivable. He then sued developer C.L. Conner,
alleging he misrepresented that septic systems would work in the
subdivision's soil.   Residents want the developer to install a central
sewage system or buy them out.       "When the wind blows just right, the
smell can knock you over. It's like living in a cesspool," said resident
Ralph Schafer, who chose the mobile home subdivision as his retirement home
four years ago. He paid $10,000 for his lot.       "I wouldn't have paid
that much if it weren't for all the amenities promised. They advertised
this place like your favorite vacation resort. My wife and I used to like
Las Vegas, b
 ut boy, this is no where close. My wife is even ashamed to have friends
over to dinner because of the smell."   Schafer and other residents say
they were promised 24-hour security and
 recreational facilities that never materialized.       Conner claims the
soil is suitable for septic tanks but several residents had systems
improperly installed. He denies misrepresenting the development, and said
he sued his contractor for not completing road shoulders.       Park Place
civic association president Wuensche said residents suing over the septic
systems have proof they were inspected by the county.       She is
convinced a lingering kidney infection was caused by the problem with
septic overflow.   "Our drinking water is well water and if the sewage is
seeping into the ground, it would be in our water," she said. "I had a
$3,000 water-filter system put in and have had no problem since.       "The
sad thing about situations like this is you've got so much money invested
and
  you're just stuck."   Joe and Judy Patterson, residents of The Wilderness
subdivision southwest of Conroe, can sympathize.       They purchased 18
acres last year and were not told by
 salesmen that the development could be under water in a few years, the
potential site for the Lake Creek reservoir.       "It's not so much the
things they did tell us, it's the things they didn't," said Mrs. Patterson.
"We were misled on a lot of things."       The couple was told that the
dirt roads would be graded by nearby oil company workers.   "And that's not
true," said Patterson who has repaired the suspension on his new truck
twice within a year because of the rugged roads.       "We'd like to sell,"
he said. "But where are you going to find another fool like us?"   

    Judson Witham
   
  BELIEVE ME, I know the Illegal Subdivision FLIPPING Stuff inside out
   
  YOU KNOW there are over 600 of them ALL AROUND CONROE TEAXS and Cleveland
and on and on and on !!!!!!!!!
   
    Colonias water, sewage bill approved by Senate 
  JACK KEEVER : Associated Press 
  Tati Santiesteban said there are more than 700 colonias, or illegal rural
subdivisions, between El Paso and Brownsville, and about 500 have no water
or sewage systems. 
  04/06/1989 

   
    Road woes continue/Neighborhood battles county over upkeep 
  PAUL McKAY : Staff 
  The problem goes a lot further than just this single subdivision."
Pioneer Trails is probably one of the worst examples of an unrecorded
subdivision," Winberry says. 
  09/24/1989 
   
  POTHOLES & PROMISES/Montgomery County's crumbling subdivisions/
Developers facing county crackdown 
  CATHY GORDON : Staff 
  Montgomery County, in its crackdown on developers of unrecorded
subdivisions, wants the mess cleaned up. In other words, I `poor-boyed'
this subdivision. 
  06/23/1987 
   
    Residents legalize El Paso `colonia' in bid to obtain drinking water,
sewage service 
  Associated Press 
  San Ysidro, with a population of about 400, is one of dozens of illegal
subdivisions, or colonias, dotting the Lower Valley of south El Paso
County. 
  02/05/1988 

   
  Advice for potential property buyers: Ask questions 
  CATHY GORDON : Staff 
  If the subdivision next door is having a problem, that's a good
indication your subdivision will too. This sometimes is a signal the
subdivision is unrecorded and not up to county standards. 
  06/23/1987 
   
  Resident's crusading `fans fire'/Subdivision's critic outlines
difficulties 
  CATHY GORDON : Staff 
  It started six years ago with his myriad of complaints to developers and
county officials about the unrecorded east county subdivision's drainage
and roads. 
  06/22/1987 
   
    Candidates ignore Hart, focus on Valley economy 
  ANNE MARIE KILDAY : Staff 
  Albert Gore of Tennessee said the Farm Home Administration should fund
housing improvements in the poverty-stricken colonias, while Sen. 
  12/16/1987 
   

   
  POTHOLES & PROMISES/Montgomery County's crumbling subdivisions/
Homeowners handle property woes 
  CATHY GORDON : Staff 
  It has to be on which subdivisions are the worst. His property in the
unrecorded Shepard's Landing subdivision off FM 2854 is not only in the
flood plain, it's in the river bed. 
  06/21/1987 
   
    Awash in projects, problems/State water board seeking to alter image 
  JIM MORRIS : Staff 
  It is underwriting potentially life-saving water and sewer systems for
impoverished settlements along the Texas-Mexico border known as "colonias."

  11/28/1993 

   
  Neighborhoods fighting proposal to realign North Eldridge Parkway 
  KIM COBB : Staff 
  The crux of the problem, as the Precinct 3 Commission sees it, is that
Tower Oaks is an unrecorded subdivision. 
  09/15/1985 
   
  Fort Bend, Montgomery counties feel growth pains 
  MELINDA MILLER, PATTI MUCK : Staff 
  Montgomery County first began requiring building permits in 1979 to
prevent people from building in the flood plain and in unrecorded
subdivisions that didn't meet county standards. 
  05/22/1985 

   
   
    DREAMS AND DUST/In Laredo, where poverty among youngsters is second
only to Detroit's, hopes and dre... 
  CAROL RUST : Staff 
  But for de la O and anyone else looking at land in a "colonia," that is
understood. Illegal aliens fear being sent back to Mexico. 
  07/25/1993 

   
  

qtmail3 <qtmail3@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
          Add David Stall in TX to your list.  davidstall@corridorwatch.org
  He is HUGE on stopping the NASCO NAFTA SUPER CORRIDOR.....last I heard he
is city manager for 3 towns PLUS he is mayor of Galveston.....
  Hint:  don't flood him with emails or he will ask to be removed from your
mailing list.  I am not sure what his stance is on illegals.  I notice you
email Linda Curtis.....do you know "HER" views on these illegals...?? 
PLEASE reply...!!!
   
  SHirl
    ----- Original Message ----- 
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troubleshooters@click2houston.com ; Bill White ; miranda windham 
  Cc: Pamela Hobbs 
  Sent: Tuesday, August 07, 2007 2:56 PM
  Subject: Infamous DIRT ROAD SUBDIVISIONS - ORGANIZED CRIME ???
  

  And you thought The TEXAS "Dirt Road Subdivisions" were unique 
   
  
   
  How many are in Montgomery and Liberty, Galveston and Fortbend Counties,
HOW MANY are all across Texas ??? Write Texas AG Gregg Abbott he KNOWS !!!!
   
  For Public Information & Assistance, E-mail your questions and comments
to: public.information@oag.state.tx.us Write to Attorney General Greg
Abbott: greg.abbott@oag.state.tx.us Other questions/comments about child
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conferences@oag.state.tx.us Crime Victim Services Division:
crimevictims@oag.state.tx.us Webmaster: webmaster@oag.state.tx.us 
   
  Road woes continue/Neighborhood battles county over upkeep 
  PAUL McKAY : Staff 
  The problem goes a lot further than just this single subdivision."
Pioneer Trails is probably one of the worst examples of an unrecorded
subdivision," Winberry says. 
  09/24/1989 
   
  POTHOLES & PROMISES/Montgomery County's crumbling subdivisions/
Developers facing county crackdown 
  CATHY GORDON : Staff 
  Montgomery County, in its crackdown on developers of unrecorded
subdivisions, wants the mess cleaned up. In other words, I `poor-boyed'
this subdivision. 
  06/23/1987 
   
  Advice for potential property buyers: Ask questions 
  CATHY GORDON : Staff 
  If the subdivision next door is having a problem, that's a good
indication your subdivision will too. This sometimes is a signal the
subdivision is unrecorded and not up to county standards. 
  06/23/1987 
   
  Resident's crusading `fans fire'/Subdivision's critic outlines
difficulties 
  CATHY GORDON : Staff 
  It started six years ago with his myriad of complaints to developers and
county officials about the unrecorded east county subdivision's drainage
and roads. 
  06/22/1987 
   
  POTHOLES & PROMISES/Montgomery County's crumbling subdivisions/
Homeowners handle property woes 
  CATHY GORDON : Staff 
  It has to be on which subdivisions are the worst. His property in the
unrecorded Shepard's Landing subdivision off FM 2854 is not only in the
flood plain, it's in the river bed. 
  06/21/1987 
   
  Neighborhoods fighting proposal to realign North Eldridge Parkway 
  KIM COBB : Staff 
  The crux of the problem, as the Precinct 3 Commission sees it, is that
Tower Oaks is an unrecorded subdivision. 
  09/15/1985 
   
  Fort Bend, Montgomery counties feel growth pains 
  MELINDA MILLER, PATTI MUCK : Staff 
  Montgomery County first began requiring building permits in 1979 to
prevent people from building in the flood plain and in unrecorded
subdivisions that didn't meet county standards. 
  05/22/1985 
   
  JUST LIKE WHITEWATER / CASTLE GRANDE  !!!
   
  But the last-minute flurry of loans did not fool the examiners. After
several months of close examination, Jim Clark, the Federal Home Loan Bank
Board Examiner-in-Charge at Madison, discovered that Seth Ward was a "straw
man" in the Castle Grande deal; the property had been purchased
exclusively, and illegally, with Madison money. The Castle Grande deal,
like other transactions at the S&L, was essentially a sham deal -- a
"pyramid scheme" intended to enrich institution insiders and bolster the
institution's stated net worth. According to Clark, Madison was one of the
three worst cases of insider dealing that heíd seen in his 20 years as an
examiner.
   
  http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/arkansas/castle/
   
  Journalism students revisit the death of Don Bolles     Special for The
Republic
May. 28, 2006 11:22 AM   
      This June marks a watershed in American journalism -- the 30th
anniversary of the death of Don Bolles, an Arizona Republic reporter who
was killed when a remote-control bomb exploded under his car in a downtown
Phoenix parking lot. 

Bolles had spent years writing about organized crime and land fraud in
Arizona, and prosecutors believed it was this work that led to his murder. 

   
  Once Upon a Time in Arkansas - Frontline 
  Takes a look at the deals and relationships at the heart of the scandal.
  www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/arkansas - 10k - Cached 
   
   
          6/78  Arkansas Attorney General Bill Clinton and his wife,
Hillary, join Jim and Susan McDougal in purchasing 230 acres along the
White River in Northern Arkansas. Susan McDougal christens the property
"Whitewater."    11/78  Bill Clinton is elected Governor of Arkansas.   
10/80  Jim and Susan McDougal buy the Bank of Kingston, a small
state-chartered bank, which is renamed Madison Bank & Trust.    11/80  Bill
Clinton is defeated in bid to be re-elected Governor.    1/82  Jim McDougal
buys the Woodruff Savings & Loan in Augusta, renames it Madison Guaranty
Savings & Loan and moves the headquarters to Little Rock.    11/82  Bill
Clinton wins back the Governor's office.    5/84  Federal Home Loan Bank
Board issues highly critical exam of Madison Guaranty. Soon after, the S&L
enter s supervisory agreement to correct lending practices.    4/85  McDougal
holds fundraiser for Governor Clinton at offices of Madison Guaranty. The
event raises an estimated $35,000.
 Questions are later raised about whether the source of some individual
contributions was, in fact, other Madison accounts.    Spring 1985 
According to McDougal, the Governor jogs by Madison's office and asks that
some of the S&L's legal work be given to his wife, Hillary. The Rose Law
Firm is later placed on a $2,000/month retainer.    10/85  Jim McDougal,
through Madison Guaranty's real estate subsidiary, Madison Financial, and
friend Seth Ward purchase the Castle Grande property for $1.75 million.
Madison Financial puts up $600,000, its legal limit, and Ward pays $1.15
million, borrowed on a non-recourse loan from Madison Guaranty.    2/86 
According to local municipal judge David Hale, a meeting between Hale,
McDougal and Governor Clinton takes place at the Castle Grande sales office

 where they discuss a $300,000 loan from Hale to Susan McDougal.    2/28/86
 The Dean Paul Loan is implemented. Madison Guaranty loans Paul $825,000,
who then buys three properties from David Hale. Hale, through his SBA-backed lending company, then loans
$150,000 to Jim Guy Tucker and R.D. Randolph, who borrow an additional
$1.05 million from Madison. Tucker, Randolph and Senator William Fulbright,
who borrows $700,000 from Madison, buy out the bulk of Seth Ward's Castle
Grande holdings. Ward's non-recourse loan, a potential red flag to
examiners, is moved off of Madison's books.    3/86  Federal Home Loan Bank
Board examiners arrive at Madison Guaranty.    4/3/86  Hale loans $300,000
from his SBA-backed operation to Susan McDougal d/b/a Master Marketing, an
advertising agency. The money is deposited into Jim and Susan McDougal's
personal account at Madison Guaranty. Funds are used to pay down a year-old
McDougal personal loan, $25,000 is used to cover overdrafts in the 
 Whitewater account and another $25,000 is used as downpayment on
additional property purchased in the name of Whitewater Development Corp.  
 4/7/86  Madison Guaranty senior loan officer
 Don Denton has telephone conference with Rose Law Firm attorney Hillary
Clinton. According to Denton, the two discuss transactions intended to
provide commissions to Seth Ward for his role in Castle Grande deal.   
5/86  An option agreement is drafted providing Ward with compensation for
the future sale of property to Madison. According to Rose Law Firm billing
records, the agreement is prepared by Hillary Clinton. Federal
investigators would later determine that the option agreement was used by
Madison to further conceal the ¦sham² Castle Grande deal.     7/86 
Federal Home Loan Bank Board meets in Dallas to review Madison Guaranty
examination. Jim and Susan McDougal are forced to resign from the
institution.    1988  As part of "routine" document retention procedures,
Hillary Clinton au
 thorizes the destruction of her working files on Madison Guaranty and
Castle Grande.    2/89  The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation
is appointed conservator for Madison
 Guaranty.    11/89  Jim McDougal is indicted on bank fraud. He is
acquitted during jury trial in 1990.    10/91  Governor Clinton announces
his candidacy for President.    2/92  A Clinton Campaign Whitewater team is
assembled to address reporter's inquiries. A copy of the Rose Law Firm
billing records for Madison Guaranty are printed from the Rose computer.
The underlying computer record vanishes. Webb Hubbell and Vince Foster
review the billing records. Mrs. Clinton believes she also looked at them
at that time.     3/92  Articles in The New York Times and The Washington
Post question the Clinton's Whitewater investments and Hillary Clinton's
representation of Madison Guaranty.    11/92  Bill Clinton is elected
President of the United States.    1/93  Jim McDougal agrees to buy out the
C
 linton's interest in Whitewater for $1,000.    7/20/93  Vince Foster
commits suicide. The removal of the Clinton's personal files from Foster's
office generates new interest in the
 Whitewater controversy.    9/93  David Hale is indicted for defrauding the
federal government with his SBA-backed operation. He would later plead
guilty and cooperate with the independent counsel.    1/94  Attorney
General Janet Reno names Robert Fiske as independent counsel to investigate
Whitewater.    8/94  Fiske is replaced by Kenneth Starr as independent
counsel.    1995  House and Senate Congressional Committees hold months of
Whitewater hearings.     8/95  Jim and Susan McDougal and Governor Jim Guy
Tucker are indicted on multiple counts of bank fraud.     1/4/96  A copy of
the Rose Law Firm billing records, under subpoena for nearly two years, is
turned over to investigators by Mrs. Clinton's assistant Carolyn Huber. Ms.
Huber has testified that she found the records, along with a
  stack of other papers, in the First Lady's book room in August, 1995. She
moved all of the documents to her office before realizing in January that
the billing records were among the
 papers.    1/26/96  Mrs. Clinton becomes the first First Lady ever to be
called to testify before a grand jury.    4/96  Jim and Susan McDougal and
Governor Jim Guy Tucker stand trial for bank fraud. David Hale testifies
that then-Governor Bill Clinton inquired about his $300,000 loan to Susan
McDougal in 1986. President Clinton testifies via videotape and denies that
he had any involvement with or knowledge of the Hale loan to Susan
McDougal.    5/96  The McDougals and Governor Tucker are convicted. Soon
after, Jim McDougal begins to cooperate with the independent counsel. Susan
McDougal refuses to answer any questions before the grand jury and is sent
to prison for contempt.    11/96  President Clinton is relected to a second
term.    2/97  Kenneth Starr announces his intention to resig
 n as independent counsel and become dean at Pepperdine Law School.
Following a few days of negative publicity, Starr announces he will stay on
until the investigation is over.    9/97  The
 General Accounting Office reports that costs of the independent counsel's
investigation of Whitewater have exceeded $30 million.  
   
  You may want to look at the CASH FLOWS from the CROOKS to the Campaigns
AGAIN 
    Elections R Not Won they are BOUGHT !!
  
  Report: Developers owned almost all troubled S&Ls 
    United Press International 
  Thrift experts place the two dozen institutions at the heart of an
epidemic of risky lending and outright fraud that virtually bankrupted the
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. 
  09/21/1987
   
  HAVE YOU GOT PHOTOS of the "DIRT ROADS" and the other "FAILLED" and
SUBSTANDARD integral development amenities - Missing Drainage, No Street
Signs, DIRT ROADS and such ????
   
  There are SO MANY HOLES in the TAX EXEMPT status of the Road and Utility
RIGHTS of ways to the TAX EXEMPTIONS and ASSESSMENTS the local TAX office
gave these LAND CONS it is OFF THE CHARTS !!!
   
  FACT - Judson Witham has worked more than 25 YEARS researching and
litigating these things, the SUBDIVISION FLIPS and BANK LOOTINGS were the
CASH COW for many, mnay, many a POLITICAL DYNASTY -  LOOK AT THE
CONTRIBUTIONS to the Clintons and Bushs LOOK REAL HARD
    
  You know the ENTIRE Banking and S&L Sector LOOTINGS ecetera ecetera
during the 1980s were aimed at PLENTY MORE than the CLINTONIAN MAFIA's RISE
TO POWER.  HELLO -   Loot S&L, LAUNDER with Land Cons, BUY the AG office,
Guvnah and then Whitehouse CON Exposed !!!!!
   
  Look remember that 550 Billion that came up MISSING from the banks and
S&Ls during the 1980s and even into the 1990s many more BILLIONS were
Looted and laundered through WALL STREET 
   
  So Much CRIMINAL CRAP went down and the MOST POWERFUL POLITICIAN MAFIAS
were directly involved.
   
  IT went way way way way BEYOND THE CLINTONIAN MAFIA
   
  "In Warren County, on Election Day, the board of elections declared a
Level 10 Homeland Security alert for which neither the Homeland Security
Agency nor the FBI has any documentation or explanation.  The alert served
as cover for moving the vote count to an isolated warehouse, away from the
media.  Bush emerged from Warren County with a huge majority, far in excess
of what he received in 2000. "
   
  The criminal cover-up of Ohio's stolen 2004 election sinks to the
fraudulent, the absurd, the pathetic
by Bob Fitrakis & Harvey Wasserman
The illegal destruction of federally protected 2004 election materials by
56 of 88 Ohio counties has become a fraudulent "dog ate my homework" farce
of absurd justifications and criminal coverups. 
READ THE ARTICLE 

Are Rove's missing e-mails the smoking guns of the stolen 2004 election?
by Bob Fitrakis & Harvey Wasserman
E-mails being sought from Karl Rove's computers, and recent revelations
about critical electronic conflicts of interest, may be the smoking guns of
Ohio's stolen 2004 election. A thorough recount of ballots and electronic
files. preserved by a federal lawsuit, could tell the tale. 
READ THE ARTICLE 

Will Al Gore face his inconvenient truths about our stolen elections?
by Bob Fitrakis & Harvey Wasserman
Al Gore has just made his second major contribution to our national
political dialog. 
READ THE ARTICLE 
   
   
  Have you seen that 550 Billion Lately !!
    Can You Say Subdivision Development Flips
  25,000 times ??
   
  Whitewater and castle Grande were ONLY TWO
   
  Kenn Starr and his FBI Lackies pulled a HUGE COVER UP with the BLUE DRESS
DISTRACTION !!!!
   
  Jud Witham <jurisnot2@yahoo.com> wrote:
    
   
  My problem with the current ASSHOLES running our GUVMINT is very simple,
all over Texas there are IN FACT thousands of highly illegal SUBDIVISION
DEVELOPMENT CONS exactly like the Whitewater and Castle Grande. They are
all over New Mexico, Arizona, California, Arkansas, Missouri, Nevada and On
and On and On.  ALL of them are DIRECTLY connected to the US Mails, most
all of them have ROOTS in Crooked Ass Bank Lending, and VIRTUALLY ALL OF
THEM are assessed and TAXED by Local Guvmint TAX COLLECTORS and their
citizens FORCED to comply with all the little BULLSHIT LAWS in each of the
CRAPPY ass local CORRUPT jurisdictions, ie Sheriff, Constable, TAX
COLLECTORS.
   
  Whitewater Castle Grande and all the RED FLAG UNRECORDED PROJECTS and as
some call them COLONIAS I address reveal that the MASSIVE Bank and S&L
Lootings of the 1980s were caused by FAR MORE than the CLINTONS.  
   
  I guess in a nutshell, what makes me SICK is Clown Jerks LIKE Alberto,
Mr. Texas Supreme Court, Gonzales and DUBBYA Mr. Former Guvnah of TEXAS,
all know F'n well that, the FACTS are the FACTS, they just want to AVOID
their IMPLICATIONS.
   
  Now do not run any STOP SIGNS, make certain you pay your TAXES and Oh
Heaven Forbid if you get caught with a little HERB or say like, EXPOSE SOME
LOCAL RACKEETEERING in your LOCAL Good Ol Boy and Good Ol Girl RED NECK
MAFIA ridden Counties, because Then Your In A Heap Of Trouble Boys N Girls.
   
  The Bottom Line, US DISTRICT JUDGE JAMES DeANDA and LEE ROSENTHAL and the
US 5th Circuit explained it to me like this, THEY REALLY DO NOT CARE and
well the GUVMINT does what it WANTS TO DO, and if you do not like it WELL
GO SCREW YOURSELF because they are the POWER.
   
  Judson Witham I DO NOT LIE !!!

Jud Witham <jurisnot2@yahoo.com> wrote:
  Kenneth Starr's Law Firm Gives More Money to Clinton (Update1) 
  By Lindsay Fortado
       Kenneth Starr, independent counsel 


  July 31 (Bloomberg) -- Lawyers at Kirkland & Ellis, the law firm that's
home to Whitewater prosecutor Kenneth Starr and Bush administration
official Jay Lefkowitz, have given more to Hillary Clinton's presidential
campaign than to all of the top Republican candidates combined. 
  Kirkland, based in Chicago, is one of several corporate law firms that
traditionally backed Republicans where lawyers are turning to Democratic
candidates. Lawyers say the change is largely due to disenchantment with
the Republican Party's social policies and the war in Iraq. ......
   
  READ FULL STORY  - Ask Starr and Bush's Team about all those CROOKED ASS
LAND CONS ALL OVER TEXAS !!!!!!!!!!!


      You see the "MISSING"  Ballot Endorsements and Pct Numbers they are
NOT THERE, these are VOID Ballots but they COUNTED THEM
  Coup d'etat you know 
  The New W Order  - 
  NWO -  come on dubbya WAKE UP
  
   
  
Jud Witham <jurisnot2@yahoo.com> wrote:
   
  Dr. Phillips, Mr. Fitrakis , Mr. Wasserman, Mr. Lancaster, EVERYBODY -
Coup d'etat JUST AS I HAVE BEEN SAYING
   
  It's The VERY SAME BASTARDS who looted Tens and Hundreds of BILLIONS
immediately preceeding the years you began to see the THEFTS, they are
Greesing the Tracks with the Looted Dough it's that simple Folks

Jud Witham <jurisnot2@yahoo.com> wrote: 
   
  Look at who Gave Bucks to the Clintons and Bushs -  COMMON NEXUS OF
OPERATIVE FACTS - Racketeering and Campaign Finance 101
   
   
  HOW MANY BANKS AND S&LS were seized in the Houston and Dallas areas MANY
MANY more than in Little Rock !!!!  Campaign Funds GALORE !!!!!
   
   
  Selective Memory by Robert Bryce - The Texas Observer ... were looting
banks and thrifts all over the country, but particularly in Texas. ... an
aggressive investigation of Texas S&Ls, including Vernon Savings, which was
...www.texasobserver.org/ article.php?aid=2375 - 49k - Cached 
   
  The Best Way to Rob a Bank Is to Own One [182197-1] : Booknotes Store  
Please continue to look for both just to the right of this notice. ...
William Black talked about his book The Best Way to Rob a Bank Is to Own
One: ...c-spanstore.org/shop/ index.php?...&products_id=182197-
1&template=2 - 21k - Cached 
   
  Residents Crusading STILL FANNING THE FIRES yup now 26 YEARS
   
  Paper: HOUSTON CHRONICLE
Date: MON 06/22/1987
Section: 1
Page: 10
Edition: 2 STAR
            Road woes continue/Neighborhood battles county over upkeep 
                                              PAUL McKAY : Staff 
  The problem goes a lot further than just this single subdivision."
Pioneer Trails is probably one of the worst examples of an unrecorded
subdivision," Winberry says. 
  09/24/1989 
  POTHOLES & PROMISES/Montgomery County's crumbling subdivisions/
Developers facing county crackdown 
  CATHY GORDON : Staff 
  Montgomery County, in its crackdown on developers of unrecorded
subdivisions, wants the mess cleaned up. In other words, I `poor-boyed'
this subdivision. 
  06/23/1987 
  Advice for potential property buyers: Ask questions 
  CATHY GORDON : Staff 
  If the subdivision next door is having a problem, that's a good
indication your subdivision will too. This sometimes is a signal the
subdivision is unrecorded and not up to county standards. 
  06/23/1987 
  Resident's crusading `fans fire'/Subdivision's critic outlines
difficulties 
  CATHY GORDON : Staff 
  It started six years ago with his myriad of complaints to developers and
county officials about the unrecorded east county subdivision's drainage
and roads. 
  06/22/1987 
  POTHOLES & PROMISES/Montgomery County's crumbling subdivisions/
Homeowners handle property woes 
  CATHY GORDON : Staff 
  It has to be on which subdivisions are the worst. His property in the
unrecorded Shepard's Landing subdivision off FM 2854 is not only in the
flood plain, it's in the river bed. 
  06/21/1987 
  Neighborhoods fighting proposal to realign North Eldridge Parkway 
  KIM COBB : Staff 
  The crux of the problem, as the Precinct 3 Commission sees it, is that
Tower Oaks is an unrecorded subdivision. 
  09/15/1985 
  Fort Bend, Montgomery counties feel growth pains 
  MELINDA MILLER, PATTI MUCK : Staff 
  Montgomery County first began requiring building permits in 1979 to
prevent people from building in the flood plain and in unrecorded
subdivisions that didn't meet county standards. 
  05/22/1985 
 
  Elections R Not Won they are BOUGHT !!
   
    Report: Developers owned almost all troubled S&Ls 
  United Press International 
  Thrift experts place the two dozen institutions at the heart of an
epidemic of risky lending and outright fraud that virtually bankrupted the
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. 
  09/21/1987


   
  CNN.com - Transcripts 
  COLLINS: And former CONROE Texas prosecutor Nelda Liz Blair is in New
Orleans today. ... the Republican Party stands for and being that he is a
Republican governor, what ...
edition.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0310/25/ smn.06.html - 32k - Cached 
   
  NELDA LUCE RADABAUGH BLAIR  Big Big Big BUSHIE 
   
  This is the American Title Company's BABY - Nelda baby N BooshCo
   
  The HEART OF THIS MESS is all around CONROE TEXAS and the HOUSTON BANKING
CENTER, but it is also spread all over the State and in many other states. 
Using BULLSHIT Land Developments is at EPIDEMIC levels and well the
CLINTONS did NOTHING Original !!!
   
  See  http://search.yahoo.com/search?p=Texas+Colonias&yhdr_submit_button=Web+Search&fr=ush1-mail
   
  Well I guess IF you understand HOW the Subdivision Flipping CON known as
Whitewater or Campebello Island or Castle Grande,  relates to the SMALLER
version of the CON "Land or Lot Flipping" you are pretty well on your way
to understanding " THE STING or The Prestige"  better put in the words of
LAW ENFORCEMENT that would be The PREDICATE CRIMINAL ACTS.
   
  frontline: once upon a time in arkansas: Jim Clark's Testimony
... which led to proceedings which removed Jim McDougal from ... I am James
T. Clark, and
I reside in ... by the Comptroller of the Currency as a National Bank
Examiner. ... 

  In Clark's 1986 visit to Madison Guaranty precipitated a series of
transactions (specifically the Dean Paul loan) by Jim McDougal and others
which was used to obfuscate the true nature of the Castle Grande deal.
After months of investigation, examiner Clark identified the entire series
of transactions as fraudulent, which led to proceedings which removed Jim
McDougal from the S&L and resulted in its insolvency. Clark rated the
institution a "5," which was the lowest possible rating on the Federal Home
Loan Bank Board's scale of 1 to 5. In the interview memo below done by a
congressional committee, Clark listed a variety of illegalities and severe
mismanagement at Madison.
   
  There are THOUSANDS of land Speculation CONS like this all over Texas and
way beyond, New Mexico, Missouri, California, Arizona, Utah and on and on
and on !!!!
   
  Here's The MAIN POINT there are THOUSANDS LIKE THIS IN TEXAS 
  
     Realty Times - Real Estate News and Advice 
  Real Estate News And Advice ... of Insurance (CDI) and title insurance
companies in a kick back scheme involving ... Time To Examine Title, Escrow
Fees -- Again ...
realtytimes.com/rtcpages/20050722_ titlecompanies.htm - 34k - Cached   
   

  Realty Times: Title Companies Agree To $37 Million Settlement In
California 
  ... of Insurance (CDI) and title insurance companies in a kick back
scheme involving ... broadcast television news program, Realty Times is the
one-stop shop ...
realtytimes.com/printrtpages/20050722_ titlecompanies.htm - 8k - Cached   A
FLEECING (PDF) 
  tion of title insurance is legalized in Iowa, these problems will be
multiplied many times over. ... At the time of closing, Realty Title had
been ...
iowabar.org/MiscDoc.nsf/.../$FILE/Title insurance 2.pdf - 323k - View as
html   
   
  Campobello Island Development       Clark and an assistant examiner,
Darlene Ford, visited Campobello Island, Madison Guaranty's development off
the coast of Canada. As with Castle Grande, Clark's impression upon
arriving at Campobello was that the development did not make any sense. In
this regard, although Madison Guaranty had several different tentative
development plans, none of them was worked out in any detail or supported
by feasibility studies.   Apparently, McDougal was an admirer of Franklin
Delano Roosevelt, who vacationed at Campobello Island, and impulsively
decided to purchase the property in response to an advertisement he noticed
in the Wall Street Journal.             The principal problem with the
development was that it lacked a central sewage system, which would have 
 been very costly to install. To avoid the expense, McDougal decided to
just put in a well and septic tank. Another problem was that the thrift was
in violation of the Interstate Land Sales
 Act, which required that the development be registered before any sales
occurred. In the examination team's review of Campobello Island, a
memorandum authored by Beverly Bassett Schaffer before her appointment as
S&L commissioner was discovered. The memorandum pointed out that the thrift
was in violation of the Act. 
  Madison Guaranty incurred a large loss at Campobello and recognized a
significant amount of inappropriate profits.
   
  SEE:
   
  Scrushy, Ebbers, Tyco Trials Show Investors `Cry for Scalps' 
By Peter Robison from Bloomberg
Posted February 16, 2005
  
 
  In 1992, Ollie Dean Couch, chief executive officer of Texas lender Couch
Mortgage Co., was convicted of 16 counts of fraud and making false
statements involving $45 million in home loans. He got a year in prison.   
   Now, former HealthSouth Corp. CEO Richard Scrushy, whose trial began
last month, faces as many as 450 years behind bars on 58 charges, including
fraud and money laundering...

http://quote.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=nifea&&sid=aaJkHlwO9B60
   
   
  REGISTER WITH THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE AS A USER IT'S FREE
   
  then Click on all the Articles I already sent you and UNDERSTAND THIS, I
have been on this matter for more than 20 YEARS
   
  IT WAS NOT JUST THE CLINTON MAFIA that pulled this CRAP to Finance
Campaigns
   
  
   
  TX Guvnah W's people are in it UP THE  @$$
   
  Realty Times - Real Estate News and Advice ... be the victim of a concept
called "flipping", and I would examine all of the ... into refinancing
his/her mortgage several times within a short period of time.
...realtytimes.com/rtnews/rtcpages/ 20011029_flipping.htm - 35k - Cached
   
  Realty Times - Agent News and Advice ... edit or print relevant closing
documents in real time. ... Illegal Flipping Targets Investors, Too. New
Report Disses Housing As Retirement Investment ...
  realtytimes.com/rtapages/20010501_ bitexpeditrix.htm - 30k - Cached 
   
  see CNN's Nelda Luce Radabaugh Blair
  at The Blair Hous and www.publicans.com 
   
  Old Me and Nelda Go Back to 1982 !!!
   
  The Blair House 
  Welcome to "The Blair House" the home of Jim and Nelda Blair in The
Woodlands. ... ©2006 Jim and Nelda Blair. Developed and Powered by OCS ...
  www.theblairhouse.net - 5k - Cached 
   
   
   
      These FACTS are absolutely corroborated by Judicial, State, FBI, US
Secret Service, US Postal Inspection, FDIC, Congressional, Senate and EVEN
Comments by GUVNAH GEORGE BUSH in many stories in the Dallas Morning News,
Houston Post, Houston Chronicle, Conroe Courior, and many ABC, NBC, CBS and
FOX News Reports
   
  Judson Witham
   
   
  The SHORT of this story is very simply, LOOTING S&Ls and Banks with BOGUS
LAND DEVELOPMENT and ILLEGAL LAND SPECULATIONS is the VERY SAME CRAPOLA the
Clinton Gang Pulled in the ARKANSAS CRIME WAVE.  Today we all know what 500
Billion Dollars looks like, we have spent that much in IRAQ so far.  The
FACT is very simple I, yours truly, Good Ol Judson Witham was attacked by
my GUVMINT in particular the HOUSTON FBI and ASSISTANT US ATTORNEY, they
simply did NOT want the Texas Crime Wave Exposed.  Funny thing you know,
THOUSANDS of BOGUS LAND DEALS get exposed in Texas IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWED BY
A HUGE S&L AND BANKING DEBACLE.......WOW imagine those odds.
   
  excerpts from the records THERE ARE TONS MORE
   
    FACT
   
  "The invoice that the Tex OAG sent you on July 22, 2002, for 210 boxes of
documents covers  the documents that we have gathered over the years while
researching subdivisions designated as "colonias." "  Email from  Assistant
Texas AG Tim Molina  July 22, 2002
   
  NOTE:
   
  They Left Out THOUSANDS of ILLEGAL PROJECTS -  Judson Witham

   
   
  FACT
   
  " But that, say county officials, is an oversimplification.   Pioneer
Trails is one of the county's 635 "red flag" subdivisions - unrecorded
developments that have substandard roads - still entangled in a complex
web."  -  Hoston Chronicle  SUN 09/24/1989

   
   
  THIS MESS HAPPENED ALL OVER TEXAS where do you think Bill and Hillary and
the Rose Lawfirm got the idea ????  It is the VERY HEART of the S&L and
banking Debacles - Judson Witham
   
  
FACT
   
  "The trial attorney for Du ROI stated that the corporation was R.V.
King's and that King owned its stock. The defendant's attorney stated that
there were 500 unrecorded subdivisions in Montgomery County." Court of
Appeals of Texas,
Beaumont. La COUR Du ROI, INC., Appellant and Cross-Appellee, v. MONTGOMERY
COUNTY, Texas, Appellee and Cross-Appellant. No. 09 84 288 CV. Aug. 29,
1985. Rehearing Denied Sept. 18, 1985.
   
  FACT
   
  
   
  Every Arizona County and hundreds of thousands of trusting land
purchasers were victimized by the rampant land scams of the 1960’s. Artist
renditions showed trees and lakes with boating and all the modern
facilities: streets, street lights, golf courses, a real piece of the
American dream. The true picture was a section of dry Arizona deserts with
no development whatsoever. Although Arizona has the reputation of being the
worst in the nation, Florida was not far behind and many states had similar
swindles take place during the same time period.
 
Marsha Bonham’s first major goal when taking office in 1981 was to get the
office organized and balanced to the penny. The second major goal was to
eliminate the thousands of delinquent properties with 20 plus years of tax
each from the back tax rolls and the dollars from the receivables.
 
Land fraud, bankruptcy, murder, suicide, incarceration and greed surround
the history of Cochise College Park subdivision. Located in Cochise County,
consisting of 2 phases of 12 units totaling 8,647 lots, it was the worst
fraud in the states and possibly the Nation. The scenic lake at Cochise
College Park was filled several times but never would hold water. They sold
lots throughout the Midwest, Florida, Canada, across the United States and
around the world. Some lots were sold twice. Some mortgages were sold
twice. Many documents remain unrecorded today. Some owners never received
their deed. Some received deeds but never received satisfaction of their
mortgage. Some paid mortgages in full and received satisfaction of the
mortgage only to learn the mortgage was sold and the second sale n
 ever recorded. The original mortgage is still on record at the County
Recorder’s office. They paid on an unrecorded mortgage. This story was
repeated in various degrees across the State
 creating tangled subdivisions with many unbuildable lots.
   
  Paper: HOUSTON CHRONICLE
Date: SUN 09/24/1989
Section: C
Page: 1
Edition: 2 STAR
  Road woes continue/Neighborhood battles county over upkeep

By PAUL McKAY
Staff 
   
  GRANGERLAND - The way Linda Collins sees it, road service in the Pioneer
Trails subdivision should be a simple matter of the county accepting
responsibility.       Collins and other residents of the subdivision near
Grangerland pay taxes to Montgomery County for services that include road
maintenance. Therefore, the county owes it to the residents to keep the
roads - some of which turn to mush in rain - maintained and passable,
Collins says.       "It's as simple as that," she asserts.       But that,
say county officials, is an oversimplification.   Pioneer Trails is one of
the county's 635 "red flag" subdivisions - unrecorded developments that
have substandard roads - still entangled in a complex web.       The web
was largely weaved during booming economic times, from the late 1960s t
 hrough the early 1980s, when the county's population more than doubled.
The county in those years had neither the manpower, nor admittedly always
the willingness, to ensure that rural
 subdivisions were recorded and the roads built up to county standards.    
  And buyers seduced by the area's beautiful country environment weren't
inclined to read the fine print on sales contracts to learn for sure if the
county or the developer was responsible for long-term road maintenance.    
  The legacy of the boom is most evident on a Pioneer Trails road named
Willowisp, which in one secluded area has deteriorated into more of a
grassy trail than a roadway.       It was during the county's
boom-and-build frenzy that Collins, 44, and husband, Raymond, bought
property on Springfield Road in Pioneer Trails. By 1979, roads in the
subdivision had deteriorated to such an extent that Mrs. Collins and
residents stormed the county barn of Precinct 4 Commissioner Albert "Bull"
Sallas, dema
 nding repairs.   Sallas acquiesced, patching Springfield Road in spite of
the fact, he says, that it wasn't really the county's responsibility.      
Yet Collins has preserved a newspaper
 clipping of the encounter at the county barn, where Sallas was quoted as
telling the residents, "If you marry a woman with a child, you accept
responsibility for the child."   Collins sees the clipping as an admission
from Sallas that he's responsible for the roads, wryly noting that "the
commissioner hasn't taken very good care of the children."       Sallas
says he never promised the residents he'd maintain all of Pioneer Trails,
despite Collins' claim to the contrary. In addition, he notes that the
offices of the district and county attorneys in recent years have tied his
hands in legal knots, precluding him from working on roads that aren't
rightfully county property.       "They can send me to the penitentiary if
I just go out and fix any old road," he says.       Sallas and Commissi
 oners Court in 1982 accepted a portion of Springfield Road into its
maintenance system, leaving it with a fresh, black-topped surface that's
been well maintained. That portion was accepted
 largely because it was already in "reasonable compliance" with county
standards, Assistant County Attorney Marc Winberry says.   The portion that
fronts the Collins property was not in such good shape and consequently was
not accepted, the attorney says.   After years of steady deterioration,
despite the frequent patchwork done by Sallas, the stretch of road fronting
the Collins house became so shoddy - and so hard on a mail carrier's Jeep -
that the postal service last month threatened to cut off delivery to
Collins and 50 other residents whose mailboxes line the street.      
Outraged by the potential loss of mail service, Collins protested to county
officials, who recommended that she petition for the road to be accepted by
prescription - a sort of squatter's rights process that allows
  a private road to become public after 10 years of continuous public use. 
 Commissioners Court approved the petition earlier this month and Sallas
has since blacktopped the remainder of
 Springfield Road.   But Collins, though appreciative of the smooth new
pavement in front of her house, is unappeased. The county, she says, still
owes it to residents of the subdivision's back areas - where Willowisp and
two other roads are in worse shape than Springfield ever was - to upgrade
those streets and keep them maintained, too.       Sallas and the other
county officials say they'll do whatever is economically feasible to
upgrade the roads to some degree of higher standards, even though it could
be an expensive undertaking.   "The remaining roads have no base and no
ditches and would require a considerable amount of work," County Engineer
Don Blanton recently told commissioners.       County officials say the
residents may have to consider an agreement whereby the residents woul
 d pitch in money or materials and the county would provide the equipment
and labor for the road improvements. Such agreements are frequently
negotiated with residents of red flag
 subdivisions, Winberry says.       But Collins isn't amenable such a
proposal.   "That would be double taxation," she says. "It's the principle
of the thing. These people pay road taxes just like everybody else and are
not getting anything for it. They deserve roads that are just as decent as
the ones that taxpayers in the rest of the subdivision get."   Blanton,
however, notes that county taxes go to other services besides road
maintenance.       "Taxes go for law enforcement, to the health department
and a lot of things. Road maintenance is one thing, but that's actually a
fairly small percentage of total taxes," he says. "If you choose to live
inside a city in Montgomery County, you don't get the road maintenance for
your county tax dollars.       "I'm not trying to minimize the fact t
 hat those people (in Pioneer Trails) have a road problem. They have a
problem we can relate to because we see it every day. The problem goes a
lot further than just this single
 subdivision."       Sallas says the Pioneer Trails developer, Kap, Inc.,
of Houston, should be held liable for improving the roads if at all
possible, he says.   Winberry says the developer already has denied
liability for the subdivision, but that the county hasn't ruled out the
possibility of suing the company.       The county attorney's office in
recent years has aggressively pursued developers of red flag subdivisions
through litigation, forcing many to bring substandard streets up to snuff.
The office last year alone recovered $100,000 from developers in agreements
reached outside of litigation, Winberry says.       Until an agreement can
be hashed out in the Pioneer Trails case, some of the residents there will
have to live with the bumps and muddy messes that leave their vehicles 
 in disrepair.       "Pioneer Trails is probably one of the worst examples
of an unrecorded subdivision," Winberry says. "But it's by no means
unique."           Paper: HOUSTON CHRONICLE
Date: WED 11/20/1985
Section: 1
Page: 36
Edition: NO STAR
  Conroe man FALSELY charged with threatening assistant county attorney's
life

By CATHY GORDON
Staff 
   
  CONROE - A Conroe man being investigated in connection with veiled
threats against the governor and attorney general has been charged with
threatening the life of an assistant county attorney here.   Judson Witham,
29, was charged with retaliation, a third-degree felony, after threatening
to kill Montgomery County Assistant Attorney Mark Winberry during a
telephone conversation on Monday. Witham was being held in the Montgomery
County Jail in lieu of $25,000 bond.       A Texas Department of Public
Safety spokesman confirmed Tuesday that Witham has been under investigation
by the FBI and the DPS since September for making veiled threats against
Attorney General Jim Mattox, Gov. Mark White, Montgomery County Judge
Jimmie Edwards and Montgomery County state District Judge Jim Keeshan.     
   Some of the threats were made by Witham during a telephone conversation
with a reporter at a New York newspaper, the spokesman said. The telephone
call apparently stemmed from Witham's
 frustration over getting problems corrected in Pinewood Village, the
subdivision in which he lives east of Conroe.  NOTE:  AMERICAN TITLE
INSURANCE PAID ME OFF in Federal Court and FDIC Pad Locked The BANK Behind
This CON       Winberry said Witham telephoned the county attorney's office
Monday to discuss road and maintenance problems at the subdivision. Witham
became irate when he was told that civil instead of criminal action against
the subdivision's developer would be his best recourse, Winberry said.     
 "He said `I'm going to kill you.' He said this thing had gotten personal
and that whoever I contacted, the sheriff or whoever, it wouldn't do me any
good," Winberry said. "I felt like he was saying whoever I went to for
protection, it wouldn't do me any good because he was going to
  kill me."       Note:       WINBERRY LIED I Told Him IF IT IS THE LAST
THING I EVER DO I AM SUING THE COUNTY AND HIM IN FEDERAL COURT, Winberry is
was and still reains a HUGE LIAR -   
 Judson Witham  dated 1 - 7 -  07       The subdivision, developed by
Donald O. Clesson, is not maintained by the county because it failed to
meet county specifications and was never approved, or recorded. Witham
feels the developer led him to believe the county would maintain the roads
and that the subdivision was recorded, Montgomery County District Attorney
Peter Speers said.       Witham attempted to file a criminal deceptive
trade practice complaint with the district attorney's office last summer,
said Speers, but was told there was no basis for prosecution.       Former
assistant attorney general Edward Wesley said his office filed a lawsuit
against Clesson in 1981 after receiving numerous complaints from Witham
that the developer had misrepresented the subdivision.    As a result, C
 lesson was enjoined from misrepresenting the property and was required to
abide by a negotiated settlement to blacktop roads and improve drainage,
Wesley said.       "The developer was
 kind of poor-boying it. He didn't have much money. So, after he did that,
there wasn't much else he could do. We never felt he had any criminal
violations. That's how Witham feels, but we just didn't find facts to bear
it out," Wesley said.       Wesley said Witham made numerous calls to his
office "ranting and raving."  Yeah about ORGANIZED CRIME       Winberry
said Witham also made vague threats on Monday against Keeshan, a former
Montgomery County district attorney once asked by Witham to criminally
prosecute the subdivision's developer.   "He said people were going to be
hurt and maimed and `I'm going to do it,' " Winberry said.       Witham,
who was brought before Justice of the Peace James Dinkins on Tuesday, told
Dinkins that, "My family has been involved with trying to expose orga
 nized real estate crime in this county. I haven't done anything to
anybody."       Speers said Witham is well known to county officials for
his complaints about roads and lack of
 maintenance in the subdivision. 
   
   
  Read All About The Banks, GUVMINT OFFICIALS and their Financial and
Political CRONIES which later became the S&L and Banking Scandal - The
Arkansas Crime Wave and oh yeah ALL THE WAY TO JACK ABRAMOFF.
 

judson witham <jurisnot@yahoo.com> wrote:     http://www.lincolninst.edu/pubs/pub-detail.asp?id=263
   
  You All Forget to include the many THOUSANDS of other ILLEGAL LAND
SPECULATION CONS the Texas AG and US Dept of HUD want you to miss, LIKE the
635 in Montgomery County 5 minutes North of Houston and the ones in Tarrant
County, Galveston, Liberty, Chambers Counties and ALL OVER THE STATE.
   
  The following  Claim is FAR FAR FAR from the Truth
   
  Colonias are not a small-scale phenomenon. According to the Texas Water
Development Board, there are approximately 1,500 such settlements housing
around 400,000 people, mostly in the border region.
   
  FACTS are listed BELOW
   
  The trial attorney for Du ROI stated that the corporation was R.V. King's
and that King owned its stock. The defendant's attorney stated that there
were 500 unrecorded subdivisions in Montgomery County.

Du ROI appealed from the denial of declaratory judgment relief and from the
refusal to grant attorney's fees. The County appealed the judgment denying
its power to regulate Du ROI before September 1, 1983.


The Attorney General of Texas appeared and participated to defend the
constitutionality of TEX.REV.CIV.STAT.ANN. art. 6626a also several
Lawsuites were filed in Montgomery County by the Texas AG well beyond and
included numerous Unplatted, Unrecorded and Illegal Subdivisions.
   
   
  JUDSON WITHAM's Accounts are ACCURATE and TRUTHFUL  the Banking, S&L and
MAIL FRAUDS associated with the BILLIONS in Land Frauds In Texas are a HUGE
TRUTH.
  

judson witham <jurisnot@yahoo.com> wrote:
  Date: Sun, 7 Jan 2007 08:31:29 -0800 (PST)
From: judson witham <jurisnot@yahoo.com>
Subject: EXXON's World Headquarters and Montgomery County Texas
To: cia-drugs@yahoogroups.com, Arlene Montemarano <mikarl@starpower.net>
CC: paulandrewmitchell2004@yahoo.com, TruthShallPrevail@yahoogroups.com, 
cia-drugs@yahoogroups.com, demso@yahoogroups.com, 
Freedom_of_Information@yahoogroups.com, 
TheRevolutionaryCoalition@yahoogroups.com, 
Rick Stanley rick@wtpconstitutionalactivism.org
   
   
  Court of Appeals of Texas,
Beaumont.
La COUR Du ROI, INC., Appellant and Cross-Appellee,
v.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Texas, Appellee and Cross-Appellant.
No. 09 84 288 CV.
Aug. 29, 1985.
Rehearing Denied Sept. 18, 1985.
  The Above Is SOLID PROOF     Texas Was Looted Out The WAHZOO           
http://www.oag.state.tx.us/border/2004rules.shtml
  There were LAWS against this BS since 1931 see Old Texas Penal Code
1137h, Civil Code 974a and Article 6626 a & c
   
  THERE ARE THOUSANDS of Looted Banks and S&Ls directly connected to the
Land CONS I have been exposing for almost two decades.  Whitewater and
Castle Grande, Campebello Island were CHUMP CHANGE.
   
  Judson Witham
   
  USATODAY.com - Old-fashioned land scams go high-tech 
  There is nothing illegal about selling worthless land to someone who's
willing to pay. ... West Texas is particularly attractive to land-scam
artists. ...
  www.usatoday.com/tech/news/ 2006-09-26-land-scams_x.htm - 

Jud Witham <jurisnot2@yahoo.com> wrote:



            THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG
   
  CREDIT BUST BYPASSES BANKS 
  
Part 1: The rise of the non-bank financial system
  

By Henry C K Liu    
  http://atimes.com/atimes/Global_
Economy/II06Dj02 .html

Jud Witham <jurisnot2@yahoo. com=""> wrote: 
    599 MORE than Whitewater 
  IN ONE COUNTY !!!!

        
   
  WOW this thing goes WAY FARTHER than 
  Montgomery County's RED FLAGS  HUH !!!
   
  
   
  POTHOLES & PROMISES/Montgomery County's crumbling subdivisions/
Homeowners handle property woes 
  CATHY GORDON : Staff 
  Others - about 600 - are unrecorded or "red flag" subdivisions that do
not meet county road and drainage standards and have no plats, or plans,
filed. 
  06/21/1987 
   
  599 MORE than Whitewater 
  IN ONE COUNTY !!!!
   
  POTHOLES & PROMISES/Montgomery County's crumbling subdivisions/
Homeowners handle property woes 
  CATHY GORDON : Staff 
  Others - about 600 - are unrecorded or "red flag" subdivisions that do
not meet county road and drainage standards and have no plats, or plans,
filed. 
  06/21/1987   
   
  
   
  YUP a BIG OL " Dirt Road " -   RED FLAG SUBDIVISION !!!
   
  Just Like the 600 or so in Montgomery County !!!
   
  Date: Thu, 6 Sep 2007 10:22:39 -0700 (PDT)
From: Jud Witham <jurisnot2@yahoo. com="">
Subject: District Attorney Mike McDougal - The LAND FLIPPING CONS
To: hroden@hcnonline. com, adubois@hcnonline. com
CC: twilliams@hcnonline .com, jnash@hcnonline. com, couriernews@ hcnonline.
com

  Have You Got Access to LUCY PROCTOR'S articles on the LAND CONS of the
1980s ?
   
  If so I would like the articles IF you might provide them, THIS CURRENT
MORTGAGE CRISIS, has really DEEP ROOTS.  Ah you may remember the ILLEGAL
'DIRT ROAD" Red Flags of the 1980s, well, there was LOTS to that -   HAH
FLIPPING LOTS !!!
   
  Judson Witham

Jud Witham <jurisnot2@yahoo. com=""> wrote:
  Date: Thu, 6 Sep 2007 09:49:42 -0700 (PDT)
From: Jud Witham <jurisnot2@yahoo. com="">
Subject: District Attorney Mike McDougal
To: webmaster@co. montgomery. us.tx
CC: webmaster@co. montgomery. us.tx

  Did You Say SUBDIVISION FLIPPING ??
  That's that Donald Clesson, WB Etheridge - JUD WITHAM thing right !!!
   
    
   
  Whitewater and Castle Grande were RED FLAG SUBDIVISIONS to !!!!
   
  Did You Know That Robert L. Vickers was involved with Pinewood Village,
as were WB Etheridge long before the FALL GUY - Donald Clesson !!
   
  Funds at more banks frozen in fraud case 
  RAD SALLEE : Staff 
  Zager said Vickers, 58, was sentenced to five years in prison on Oct. 12,
1988, in Arizona for money laundering and conducting an illegal enterprise.

  12/29/1989 
    Funds at more banks frozen in fraud case 
  RAD SALLEE : Staff 
  Investigator Clyde Wilson said he reached Vickers by phone in a Yuma,
Ariz., prison, and Vickers told him his name is being used by others, but
he is not involved in the scheme. 
  12/29/1989 
  $14 million frozen in lawsuit alleging mortgage fraud 
  RAD SALLEE : Staff 
  Zager said that attorney Whittle's signature is on the deeds of trust and
that attorney Vickers' is on the title policy commitments. 
  12/23/1989 

  Road woes continue/Neighborho od battles county over upkeep 
  PAUL McKAY : Staff 
  Such agreements are frequently negotiated with residents of red flag
subdivisions, Winberry says. The problem goes a lot further than just this
single subdivision." 
  09/24/1989 
  Road repair delays rile residents 
  PATTI MUCK : Staff 
  The estimated cost of materials to bring the subdivision's roads up to
county standards is $150,000, Denham said. 
  09/21/1989 
  POTHOLES & PROMISES/Montgomery County's crumbling subdivisions/
Homeowners handle property woes 
  CATHY GORDON : Staff 
  Others - about 600 - are unrecorded or "red flag" subdivisions that do
not meet county road and drainage standards and have no plats, or plans,
filed. 
  06/21/1987 
   
    Paper: HOUSTON CHRONICLE
Date: FRI 12/29/1989
Section: A
Page: 28
Edition: 2 STAR
  Funds at more banks frozen in fraud case

By RAD SALLEE
Staff 
  .   A federal judge here Thursday froze accounts in four more banks at
the request of attorneys in a lawsuit alleging a $14 million mortgage fraud
scheme by companies and at least two lawyers in Houston and Corpus Christi.
      U.S. District Judge Norman Black issued sealed orders to freeze
defendants' accounts in Memorial Bank and Texas Guaranty National Bank in
Houston, Mason Road Bank in Katy and First National Bank Gulfway in Corpus
Christi.       U.S. District Judge Kenneth Hoyt last Friday authorized
freezing two accounts in the Bank of Robstown near Corpus Christi on
request of the plaintiff, Pioneer Commercial Funding Corp., a New York
"warehouse lender" that advances money to mortgage companies for home
loans.   The defendants allegedly prepared fraudulent loan application pack
 ages involving vacant lots in Houston's Runningbrook subdivision and
elsewhere, claiming they had 20-year-old homes on them.  Pioneer's
attorney, Steve Zager, said Thursday's orders were
 sought from Black because Hoyt, whose court has the case, was out of town.
      The defendant companies allegedly obtained loans from Pioneer by
submitting bogus documents, including credit applications, promissory
notes, deeds of trust, property appraisals, title policy commitments and
proof of insurance. At least three potential witnesses have said they
falsified such documents for a small fee or at a boyfriend's request, Zager
said.       The list of 19 defendants is headed by William J. Cartwright
Sr. of Corpus Christi, named in the lawsuit as president and majority owner
of Mortgage CreditCorp and two other companies there, The Cartwright Group
Inc. and First State Investors Inc.       Other defendants from Corpus
Christi are Cartwright's sons, William Jr. and Robert H. Cartwright, 
 and Veronica J. Cartwright, who are officers and stockholders in the three
companies; Rosmare Saldivar and Melvin Smoots, officers of Mortgage
CreditCorp and The Cartwright Group Inc.;
 William H. Whittle, an attorney and stockholder in Mortgage CreditCorp;
and James P. Page. The companies are also defendants.       The Houston
defendants are John S. Pipkin, an officer and majority stockholder in
Beau-Bay Development Corp. here; his brother Roger W. Pipkin III and his
son Roger W. Pipkin IV, both officers and stockholders in the company; and
three persons employed by C&P Realty here, attorney Robert L. Vickers, real
estate appraiser Steven F. Thomae and Kelly Alan Wohlers.       The lawsuit
accuses the defendants of racketeering, which allows the court to award
triple damages if proven. Pioneer is seeking $14 million in actual damages
and $42 million in punitive damages.   Zager said federal marshals served
Black's freeze orders Thursday after wire transfers were traced 
 to the Houston area accounts from the Robstown accounts of Mortgage
CreditCorp, which Hoyt had frozen. The latter turned out to contain about
$300,000. Up to $14 million may be frozen if
 found.   Zager said the Mason Road account here is in the name of Vickers,
who denies any connection with it. Zager said another attorney here
withdrew about $10,000 from the account on Wednesday, emptying it.      
Zager said Vickers, 58, was sentenced to five years in prison on Oct. 12,
1988, in Arizona for money laundering and conducting an illegal enterprise.
      Investigator Clyde Wilson said he reached Vickers by phone in a Yuma,
Ariz., prison, and Vickers told him his name is being used by others, but
he is not involved in the scheme. Zager said Vickers'signature, provided by
his wife here, does not match those on the allegedly bogus documents.      
Zager said Robert Cartwright was sentenced in 1979 to 12 years in prison
for misapplying funds, conspiracy and making false loan ap
 plications, but has been released.       Zager said First State Investors
has accounts at Gulfway and Mason Road banks; C&P Realty has accounts at
Gulfway, Texas Guaranty and Memorial; and
 Wohlers' company, Inland Towing and Transportation, has accounts at
Memorial.    


   
  Laundering of drug money linked to bank and cartel 
  MICHAEL ISIKOFF : Washington Post 
  The agents soon were flying off to Europe to take instructions from
senior BCCI officials. Awan, who had personally managed a secret $20
million BCCI account held by Panamian leader Gen. 
  10/30/1988 
  Bank just stumbled into money-laundering trap 
  JEFFREY SCHMALZ : New York Times 
  BCCI continued last week to make only brief comments. Agents said BCCI
would transfer the money by wire through a New York bank to BCCI
headquarters in Luxembourg. 
  10/16/1988 
  Bank indicted in plot to launder drug money 
  Houston Chronicle News Services 
  The bank, known as BCCI, had assets reported at $19.64 billion in London
six months ago. The U.S. Attorney's Office in Tampa obtained a court order
preventing the export of assets held by BCCI. 
  10/12/1988 
  Bank indicted in scheme owned by Arab families 
  Houston Chronicle News Services 
  BCCI said it had not knowingly been involved in drug traffic-related
money laundering. BCCI has 400 offices employing 13,500 people in more than
70 countries. 
  10/12/1988 
  The U.S. invasion of Panama/Noriega could unveil American secrets if he
were to be tried 
  NANCY MATHIS, Houston Chronicle Washington Bureau : Staff 
  WASHINGTON - Deposed Panama Gen. Manuel A 
  12/31/1989 
  Hakim pleads guilty to misdemeanor in Iran-Contra case 
  Houston Chronicle News Services 
  About $8 million from the maze of companies operated by Hakim and his
business partner, Richard Secord, remains frozen in Swiss bank accounts the
two men formerly controlled. 
  11/22/1989 
  Hakim expected to plead guilty in Iran-Contra case 
  Associated Press 
  He is accused of conspiring with former business partner Richard Secord
to set up a $200,000 fund for North's family. 
  11/21/1989 
  Reagan's Iran-Contra records are subpoenaed 
  Houston Chronicle News Services 
  Richard Beckler, Poindexter's primary attorney, said the order also
authorizes him to subpoena Reagan as a witness at Poindexter's trial. 
  11/17/1989 
  Prosecutors pleased at Secord guilty plea 
  ROBERT L. JACKSON : Los Angeles Times 
  Richard V. Secord was hailed by prosecutors as closing an important
chapter in their long investigation of the scandal. Sources said Secord's
plea places Hakim under new pressure to enter a plea. 
  11/09/1989 
  Secord pleads guilty to charge of perjury 
  Houston Chronicle News Services 
  Secord's attorney, Thomas Green, objected to that portion of the
government's evidence, saying Secord had not been involved in a cover-up.
Hakim and Secord were the middlemen in U.S.-Iran arms sales. 
  11/08/1989 
  Iran-Contra case figure arranges plea bargain 
  ROBERT L. JACKSON, RONALD J. OSTROW : Los Angeles Times 
  Richard Secord have negotiated a plea bargain with federal prosecutors on
the 12 criminal charges against Secord in the Iran-Contra case, it was
learned Tuesday. 
  11/08/1989 
  Secord pleads guilty in deal 
  Staff 
  Richard Secord, a central figure in the Iran-Contra scandal, pleaded
guilty today to a single perjury charge in a deal for his cooperation in
the criminal investigation into the affair. 
  11/08/1989 
  Judge rules Poindexter entitled to use Reagan notes for trial 
  Associated Press 
  WASHINGTON - John Poindexter is entitled to subpoena "relevant" notes and
diaries from Ronald Reag 
  10/25/1989 
  Shelley Duvall thinks entertainment with `Nightmare' 
  ANN HODGES, Houston Chronicle TV Editor : Staff 
  Richard Secord, who's now awaiting trial on the Iran-Contra affair. 
  08/11/1989 
    Ollie on stage 
  Associated Press 
  Oliver North dances with the Cat from "Peter and the Wolf" after
narrating the production for the Beethoven Society Orchestra in Washington,
D.C., Friday night. 
  12/31/1989 
  `Kachina' in the yard: A novel that could have been a dance is
flat-footed 
  ROGER K. ANDERSON 
  It's Arizona, about 10 miles north of Flagstaff. George drives north to
see an initiation and a dance. 
  12/31/1989 
  The U.S. invasion of Panama/Noriega could unveil American secrets if he
were to be tried 
  NANCY MATHIS, Houston Chronicle Washington Bureau : Staff 
  Earlier, Runkel had contended that access to classified information would
not be an issue in Noriega's trial, as it was in the trial of Iran-Contra
scandal figure Oliver North. 
  12/31/1989 
    Making the past speak to the future/If events at the end of the 19th
century are any indication, we'... 
  ANN HOLMES, Houston Chronicle Critic-at-Large : Staff 
  Today, it has to do with fraud, bad loans and insider trading. Grover
Cleveland became president in 1893 and took over a country besieged by
financial panic and a flurry of bank closings. 
  12/31/1989 
  Funds at more banks frozen in fraud case 
  RAD SALLEE : Staff 
  12/29/1989 
  $14 million frozen in lawsuit alleging mortgage fraud 
  RAD SALLEE : Staff 
  14 million frozen in lawsuit alleging mortgage fraud 
  12/23/1989 
  The U.S. invasion of Panama/Panama invasion is supported by natives now
residing here 
  JERRY URBAN, R.A. DYER, JAMES ROBINSON : Staff 
  March 3: U.S. courts block withdrawal of Panama funds from U.S. banks.
Some $56 million in Panamanian funds in U.S. banks are frozen. 
  12/21/1989 
  2 Houston energy execs won't fight fraud charges 
  Staff 
  William B. Baker, president of the company, pleaded no contest to
securities fraud charges earlier this year. 
  12/16/1989 
  Firm loses suit over drill tool/Investors win $37.7 million 
  CHARLES BOISSEAU : Staff 
  Almost all of the money went to the promoter, and we believe that the
promoter has put the money out of reach of the law in Swiss bank accounts."

  12/09/1989 
  Government plans to double forces fighting thrift fraud 
  BILL MINTZ, Houston Chronicle Washington Bureau : Staff 
  Bank and savings and loan fraud cases are extremely labor intensive,"
Oncken said in a telephone interview. 
  12/08/1989 
  Troubled MiniScribe target of lawsuit filed by Jamail 
  Staff, Houston Chronicle News Services, From staff, wire reports 
  The lawsuit, filed in state district court in Galveston Nov. 9, alleges
fraud and violations of state and federal securities laws. The Galveston
bank is one of MiniScribe's chief bondholders. 
  12/08/1989 
  Maxon sent to prison after lecture by judge 
  JIM ZOOK : Staff 
  The probe began when suspects in a possible insurance fraud being
investigated by Houston police told officials about money laundering
operations. 
  12/08/1989 
  U.S. freezes nearly $62 million of drug kingpin's global assets 
  GREG McDONALD, Houston Chronicle Washington Bureau : Staff 
  About $20 million of that money is now being held in Panama banks, where
it was traced by the DEA. 
  12/07/1989 

   
  Have You Got Access to LUCY PROCTOR'S articles on the LAND CONS of the
1980s ?
   
  If so I would like the articles IF you might provide them, THIS CURRENT
MORTGAGE CRISIS, has really DEEP ROOTS.  
   
   
  Ah you may remember the ILLEGAL 'DIRT ROAD" Red Flags of the 1980s, well,
there was LOTS to that -   HAH FLIPPING LOTS !!!
   
  Judson Witham

Jud Witham <jurisnot2@yahoo.com> wrote:
  Date: Thu, 6 Sep 2007 09:49:42 -0700 (PDT)
From: Jud Witham <jurisnot2@yahoo.com>
Subject: District Attorney Mike McDougal
To: webmaster@co.montgomery.us.tx
CC: webmaster@co.montgomery.us.tx

  Did You Say SUBDIVISION FLIPPING ??
  That's that Donald Clesson, WB Etheridge - JUD WITHAM thing right !!!
   
    
   
  Whitewater and Castle Grande were RED FLAG SUBDIVISIONS to !!!!
   
  Did You Know That Robert L. Vickers was involved with Pinewood Village,
as were WB Etheridge long before the FALL GUY - Donald Clesson !!
   
  Funds at more banks frozen in fraud case 
  RAD SALLEE : Staff 
  Zager said Vickers, 58, was sentenced to five years in prison on Oct. 12,
1988, in Arizona for money laundering and conducting an illegal enterprise.

  12/29/1989 
    Funds at more banks frozen in fraud case 
  RAD SALLEE : Staff 
  Investigator Clyde Wilson said he reached Vickers by phone in a Yuma,
Ariz., prison, and Vickers told him his name is being used by others, but
he is not involved in the scheme. 
  12/29/1989 
  $14 million frozen in lawsuit alleging mortgage fraud 
  RAD SALLEE : Staff 
  Zager said that attorney Whittle's signature is on the deeds of trust and
that attorney Vickers' is on the title policy commitments. 
  12/23/1989 

  Road woes continue/Neighborhood battles county over upkeep 
  PAUL McKAY : Staff 
  Such agreements are frequently negotiated with residents of red flag
subdivisions, Winberry says. The problem goes a lot further than just this
single subdivision." 
  09/24/1989 
  Road repair delays rile residents 
  PATTI MUCK : Staff 
  The estimated cost of materials to bring the subdivision's roads up to
county standards is $150,000, Denham said. 
  09/21/1989 
  POTHOLES & PROMISES/Montgomery County's crumbling subdivisions/
Homeowners handle property woes 
  CATHY GORDON : Staff 
  Others - about 600 - are unrecorded or "red flag" subdivisions that do
not meet county road and drainage standards and have no plats, or plans,
filed. 
  06/21/1987 
   
    Paper: HOUSTON CHRONICLE
Date: FRI 12/29/1989
Section: A
Page: 28
Edition: 2 STAR
  Funds at more banks frozen in fraud case

By RAD SALLEE
Staff 
  .   A federal judge here Thursday froze accounts in four more banks at
the request of attorneys in a lawsuit alleging a $14 million mortgage fraud
scheme by companies and at least two lawyers in Houston and Corpus Christi.
      U.S. District Judge Norman Black issued sealed orders to freeze
defendants' accounts in Memorial Bank and Texas Guaranty National Bank in
Houston, Mason Road Bank in Katy and First National Bank Gulfway in Corpus
Christi.       U.S. District Judge Kenneth Hoyt last Friday authorized
freezing two accounts in the Bank of Robstown near Corpus Christi on
request of the plaintiff, Pioneer Commercial Funding Corp., a New York
"warehouse lender" that advances money to mortgage companies for home
loans.   The defendants allegedly prepared fraudulent loan application pack
 ages involving vacant lots in Houston's Runningbrook subdivision and
elsewhere, claiming they had 20-year-old homes on them.  Pioneer's
attorney, Steve Zager, said Thursday's orders were
 sought from Black because Hoyt, whose court has the case, was out of town.
      The defendant companies allegedly obtained loans from Pioneer by
submitting bogus documents, including credit applications, promissory
notes, deeds of trust, property appraisals, title policy commitments and
proof of insurance. At least three potential witnesses have said they
falsified such documents for a small fee or at a boyfriend's request, Zager
said.       The list of 19 defendants is headed by William J. Cartwright
Sr. of Corpus Christi, named in the lawsuit as president and majority owner
of Mortgage CreditCorp and two other companies there, The Cartwright Group
Inc. and First State Investors Inc.       Other defendants from Corpus
Christi are Cartwright's sons, William Jr. and Robert H. Cartwright, 
 and Veronica J. Cartwright, who are officers and stockholders in the three
companies; Rosmare Saldivar and Melvin Smoots, officers of Mortgage
CreditCorp and The Cartwright Group Inc.;
 William H. Whittle, an attorney and stockholder in Mortgage CreditCorp;
and James P. Page. The companies are also defendants.       The Houston
defendants are John S. Pipkin, an officer and majority stockholder in
Beau-Bay Development Corp. here; his brother Roger W. Pipkin III and his
son Roger W. Pipkin IV, both officers and stockholders in the company; and
three persons employed by C&P Realty here, attorney Robert L. Vickers, real
estate appraiser Steven F. Thomae and Kelly Alan Wohlers.       The lawsuit
accuses the defendants of racketeering, which allows the court to award
triple damages if proven. Pioneer is seeking $14 million in actual damages
and $42 million in punitive damages.   Zager said federal marshals served
Black's freeze orders Thursday after wire transfers were traced 
 to the Houston area accounts from the Robstown accounts of Mortgage
CreditCorp, which Hoyt had frozen. The latter turned out to contain about
$300,000. Up to $14 million may be frozen if
 found.   Zager said the Mason Road account here is in the name of Vickers,
who denies any connection with it. Zager said another attorney here
withdrew about $10,000 from the account on Wednesday, emptying it.      
Zager said Vickers, 58, was sentenced to five years in prison on Oct. 12,
1988, in Arizona for money laundering and conducting an illegal enterprise.
      Investigator Clyde Wilson said he reached Vickers by phone in a Yuma,
Ariz., prison, and Vickers told him his name is being used by others, but
he is not involved in the scheme. Zager said Vickers'signature, provided by
his wife here, does not match those on the allegedly bogus documents.      
Zager said Robert Cartwright was sentenced in 1979 to 12 years in prison
for misapplying funds, conspiracy and making false loan ap
 plications, but has been released.       Zager said First State Investors
has accounts at Gulfway and Mason Road banks; C&P Realty has accounts at
Gulfway, Texas Guaranty and Memorial; and
 Wohlers' company, Inland Towing and Transportation, has accounts at
Memorial.    


  Laundering of drug money linked to bank and cartel 
  MICHAEL ISIKOFF : Washington Post 
  The agents soon were flying off to Europe to take instructions from
senior BCCI officials. Awan, who had personally managed a secret $20
million BCCI account held by Panamian leader Gen. 
  10/30/1988 
  Bank just stumbled into money-laundering trap 
  JEFFREY SCHMALZ : New York Times 
  BCCI continued last week to make only brief comments. Agents said BCCI
would transfer the money by wire through a New York bank to BCCI
headquarters in Luxembourg. 
  10/16/1988 
  Bank indicted in plot to launder drug money 
  Houston Chronicle News Services 
  The bank, known as BCCI, had assets reported at $19.64 billion in London
six months ago. The U.S. Attorney's Office in Tampa obtained a court order
preventing the export of assets held by BCCI. 
  10/12/1988 
  Bank indicted in scheme owned by Arab families 
  Houston Chronicle News Services 
  BCCI said it had not knowingly been involved in drug traffic-related
money laundering. BCCI has 400 offices employing 13,500 people in more than
70 countries. 
  10/12/1988 
  The U.S. invasion of Panama/Noriega could unveil American secrets if he
were to be tried 
  NANCY MATHIS, Houston Chronicle Washington Bureau : Staff 
  WASHINGTON - Deposed Panama Gen. Manuel A 
  12/31/1989 
  Hakim pleads guilty to misdemeanor in Iran-Contra case 
  Houston Chronicle News Services 
  About $8 million from the maze of companies operated by Hakim and his
business partner, Richard Secord, remains frozen in Swiss bank accounts the
two men formerly controlled. 
  11/22/1989 
  Hakim expected to plead guilty in Iran-Contra case 
  Associated Press 
  He is accused of conspiring with former business partner Richard Secord
to set up a $200,000 fund for North's family. 
  11/21/1989 
  Reagan's Iran-Contra records are subpoenaed 
  Houston Chronicle News Services 
  Richard Beckler, Poindexter's primary attorney, said the order also
authorizes him to subpoena Reagan as a witness at Poindexter's trial. 
  11/17/1989 
  Prosecutors pleased at Secord guilty plea 
  ROBERT L. JACKSON : Los Angeles Times 
  Richard V. Secord was hailed by prosecutors as closing an important
chapter in their long investigation of the scandal. Sources said Secord's
plea places Hakim under new pressure to enter a plea. 
  11/09/1989 
  Secord pleads guilty to charge of perjury 
  Houston Chronicle News Services 
  Secord's attorney, Thomas Green, objected to that portion of the
government's evidence, saying Secord had not been involved in a cover-up.
Hakim and Secord were the middlemen in U.S.-Iran arms sales. 
  11/08/1989 
  Iran-Contra case figure arranges plea bargain 
  ROBERT L. JACKSON, RONALD J. OSTROW : Los Angeles Times 
  Richard Secord have negotiated a plea bargain with federal prosecutors on
the 12 criminal charges against Secord in the Iran-Contra case, it was
learned Tuesday. 
  11/08/1989 
  Secord pleads guilty in deal 
  Staff 
  Richard Secord, a central figure in the Iran-Contra scandal, pleaded
guilty today to a single perjury charge in a deal for his cooperation in
the criminal investigation into the affair. 
  11/08/1989 
  Judge rules Poindexter entitled to use Reagan notes for trial 
  Associated Press 
  WASHINGTON - John Poindexter is entitled to subpoena "relevant" notes and
diaries from Ronald Reag 
  10/25/1989 
  Shelley Duvall thinks entertainment with `Nightmare' 
  ANN HODGES, Houston Chronicle TV Editor : Staff 
  Richard Secord, who's now awaiting trial on the Iran-Contra affair. 
  08/11/1989 
    Ollie on stage 
  Associated Press 
  Oliver North dances with the Cat from "Peter and the Wolf" after
narrating the production for the Beethoven Society Orchestra in Washington,
D.C., Friday night. 
  12/31/1989 
  `Kachina' in the yard: A novel that could have been a dance is
flat-footed 
  ROGER K. ANDERSON 
  It's Arizona, about 10 miles north of Flagstaff. George drives north to
see an initiation and a dance. 
  12/31/1989 
  The U.S. invasion of Panama/Noriega could unveil American secrets if he
were to be tried 
  NANCY MATHIS, Houston Chronicle Washington Bureau : Staff 
  Earlier, Runkel had contended that access to classified information would
not be an issue in Noriega's trial, as it was in the trial of Iran-Contra
scandal figure Oliver North. 
  12/31/1989 
    Making the past speak to the future/If events at the end of the 19th
century are any indication, we'... 
  ANN HOLMES, Houston Chronicle Critic-at-Large : Staff 
  Today, it has to do with fraud, bad loans and insider trading. Grover
Cleveland became president in 1893 and took over a country besieged by
financial panic and a flurry of bank closings. 
  12/31/1989 
  Funds at more banks frozen in fraud case 
  RAD SALLEE : Staff 
  12/29/1989 
  $14 million frozen in lawsuit alleging mortgage fraud 
  RAD SALLEE : Staff 
  14 million frozen in lawsuit alleging mortgage fraud 
  12/23/1989 
  The U.S. invasion of Panama/Panama invasion is supported by natives now
residing here 
  JERRY URBAN, R.A. DYER, JAMES ROBINSON : Staff 
  March 3: U.S. courts block withdrawal of Panama funds from U.S. banks.
Some $56 million in Panamanian funds in U.S. banks are frozen. 
  12/21/1989 
  2 Houston energy execs won't fight fraud charges 
  Staff 
  William B. Baker, president of the company, pleaded no contest to
securities fraud charges earlier this year. 
  12/16/1989 
  Firm loses suit over drill tool/Investors win $37.7 million 
  CHARLES BOISSEAU : Staff 
  Almost all of the money went to the promoter, and we believe that the
promoter has put the money out of reach of the law in Swiss bank accounts."

  12/09/1989 
  Government plans to double forces fighting thrift fraud 
  BILL MINTZ, Houston Chronicle Washington Bureau : Staff 
  Bank and savings and loan fraud cases are extremely labor intensive,"
Oncken said in a telephone interview. 
  12/08/1989 
  Troubled MiniScribe target of lawsuit filed by Jamail 
  Staff, Houston Chronicle News Services, From staff, wire reports 
  The lawsuit, filed in state district court in Galveston Nov. 9, alleges
fraud and violations of state and federal securities laws. The Galveston
bank is one of MiniScribe's chief bondholders. 
  12/08/1989 
  Maxon sent to prison after lecture by judge 
  JIM ZOOK : Staff 
  The probe began when suspects in a possible insurance fraud being
investigated by Houston police told officials about money laundering
operations. 
  12/08/1989 
  U.S. freezes nearly $62 million of drug kingpin's global assets 
  GREG McDONALD, Houston Chronicle Washington Bureau : Staff 
  About $20 million of that money is now being held in Panama banks, where
it was traced by the DEA. 
  12/07/1989 
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