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Federal judge blasted Wells Fargo for submitting a “fraudulent” foreclosure document to court under penalty of perjury, according to a hearing transcript

Federal judge blasted Wells Fargo for submitting a “fraudulent” foreclosure document to court under penalty of perjury, according to a hearing transcript

A federal judge in New York blasted mega-bank Wells Fargo for submitting a “fraudulent” foreclosure document to the court under penalty of perjury, according to a hearing transcript.

Robert Drain, a US Bankruptcy Judge in White Plains, slammed the bank at a March 1, 2012, hearing that was part of the Chapter 13 bankruptcy case of Westchester resident Cynthia Carssow Franklin.

Earlier this month, Carssow Franklin’s attorney, Linda Tirelli, put forward an emergency request to reopen the discovery phase of the trial in light of the existence of two watershed documents: a Wells Fargo Foreclosure Attorney Procedures Manual, and a foreclosure-paperwork order form on Wells Fargo letterhead.

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