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July 31, 2008

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VETERAN FBI AGENT CONFIRMS HOMEOWNER’S ALLEGATIONS OF REAL ESTATE FRAUD BY THE LOS ANGELES SUPERIOR COURT
“an immediate investigation should be instituted in an effort to ascertain the circumstances behind any fraud being committed…”
The two grant deeds (copied here under July 3, 2008 below) were submitted for review by a veteran FBI agent, decorated by Congress and by then U.S. Attorney General Ashcroft for his achievements.
His opinion letter included the following:
As background information concerning his FBI career, it should be noted Mr. X received the FBI Director’s Award for a much publicized investigation in California that concerned several members of the California State Legislature prosecuted for taking “bribes” with his accomplishments later cited in the U.S. Congressional Record.”

“With respect to Grant Deed #1 dated December 7, 2007, Mr. X opines reviewing the document he found DAVID J. PASTERNAK scribbled his name in the wrong location, i.e. where the notary is required to witness the document and further failed to sign in his capacity as receiver/grantor. Additionally, and most importantly the Notary Public did not witness and attach a court document identifying/appointing Attorney DAVID J. PASTERNAK. as an authorized court receiver for JOSEPH ZERNIK.


With respect Grant Deed #2 dated December 17, 2007, Mr. X opines reviewing the document the Notary Public did not witness and failed to attach a document identifying/appointing Attorney DAVID J. PASTERNAK as an authorized court receiver for JOSEPH ZERNIK. Additionally, the notation, “DAVID PASTERNAK for JOSEPH V. ZERNIK pursuant to case number SC087400,” is not a valid substitute for an authorized court order.


Accordingly, based on above observations MR. X opines an immediate investigation should be instituted in an effort to ascertain the circumstances behind any fraud being committed so that appropriate local, state, and federal authorities can be notified, including the appropriate court.”

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