Fought pro se against Fannie Mae for over 4 years

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    Fought pro se against Fannie Mae for over 4 years

    I have an extremely complicated case. I've fought Fannie Mae for over 4 yrs pro se and thought that I would win. I proved the foreclosing servicer never notified me of acceleration nor foreclosure. The legal ad in the newspaper stated a different property with a different address and different city and zip. I proved they were not in the land records as holder in due course until over 3 months after illegal foreclosure. I had filed an appeal from magistrate court and the plaintiff illegally dismissed it. I was granted a dismissal with prejudice against Fannie Mae. After that, the court again allowed them to file against me again and refused to allow my defenses of the dismissal with prejudice, judicial estoppels, res judicata, and no landlord tenant relationship. The judge's entire career before becoming a judge only one year prior was with a law firm that closed the original loan for the home. I brought proof of numerous frauds committed by the original lender including hiding $10,000.00 of my debt in a third party name until after loan closing, depositing $13,000.00 into my account 3 days before closing of the loan without my knowledge or permission to do so, all closing documents have a ficticious property as collateral on the note and security deed. I notified the bank and attorney before signing and was told to go with it the way it was. The judge should have recused herself from the bench. I also had demanded a trial by jury and never had one. In the last hearing, the judge did not render a decision but served me two weeks later. I filed a motion to overturn judgement and was never served an answer by the judge. 6 months after the hearing and not being served the decision on my motion, I was confronted with the swat team with fully automatic weapons drawn and my life threatened. I never made any threat to anyone. I was attempting to take care of the legal issues in court. The judge had even made one of her enumerations against me in her original order that I had found myself without an attorney in court after over 3 years and for this reason she finds against me also!!! What should I do? I was handcuffed along with my girlfriend and another friend on supposedly a civil matter. The sheriff dept kicked in my door and entered without a warrant or any other paperwork. You have to understand that the fraud I was bringing to light in court was done by a very powerful local bank that the judge, the sheriff, and many others involved bank with. I know that I can file another motion to overturn judgement because I was never served the answer on my first motion to overturn. The judge will have to re-enter judgement and then I can file appeal. But, can I appeal her judgment on finding for Fannie Mae or is my statute of limitations up on doing that? I live in Georgia.


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    You will either need to hire an attorney or find a pro bono attorney to help you as this is a complicated legal matter. You can call your local BAR Association and ask for a referral to free civil law clinic. Also, you could try to get some media attention to your case by writing a letter to some local newspapers, publishing it online, etc...
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