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Carbon Dating Proves Loan Docs Are Not Originals in Alabama

04 Mar

Here’s a new twist on the forensic front you mihgt not have heard of yet…

FORECLOSURE FORENSIC FILES: CARBON DATING THE PAPER AND THE SIGNATURE TO PROVE FORGERY

FORENSIC FILES: CARBON DATING THE PAPER AND THE SIGNATURE TO PROVE FORGERY
EDITOR’S NOTE: We have received reports of using radioactive carbon-dating and microscopy proving the age the paper and the age of the signature differ by a matter of years. Dating the other writing on the paper further corroborates the allegation of forgery. Sources have reported that in Atlanta, the procedure has been used on the “original” note produced in court by the pretender lender, proving the document was a forgery even though the borrower conceded the signature was authentic.
There are several ways to reproduce an authentic signature on a new document making it appear to be an original document. And there are several conclusions, each leading to proof of forgery:

1.If the document is dated 5 years ago, and the signature, indorsement or assignment execution is dated on paper that is more recent, or the actual signature is more recent than the rest of the document (the paper, the other writing etc.) then the signature was not on the document at or near the time of the document’s creation.
2.If it is the borrower’s signature that has been technologically reproduced and introduced as an original it means that the the actual original note is somewhere else. It also raises the possibility that more “originals” are circulating in those fictitious “Trusts” or “pools” purporting to claim the obligation, note or mortgage.
3.If it is the signature or paper that is presented as an assignment dated at or near the time of closing with the borrower but either the paper, the signature, the witness signature or the notary signature or stamp does not coincide with the date of the purported document, the same analysis holds: it is a forgery. This also raises the possibility that the “original” note or mortgage has been reproduced more than once and has been sold more than once to more than one “Trust” or “Pool.” This will frequently occur where the originator of the loan misrepresenting itself as a lender is said to have executed an indorsement, delivery and assignment of the note and mortgage at the time of the loan transaction as required by the REMIC statute and the Pooling and Services Agreement.

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