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Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Creditwrench student nails them hard

A creditwrench student caught a debt collector filing a false affidavit in an Illinois Court and successfully got the commission of the Notary Public who witnessed the affidavit revoked and has filed criminal charges in Duluth, Georgia against the affiant. This is a major advance in the Creditwrench fight against abusive debt collectors. The student called us this evening to inform us that Mr. Starzac, the debt collector attorney has contacted the student and wants to settle this matter before it goes any further. I'm sure the student will make it quite expensive indeed for Mr. Starzac. He isn't likely to get off cheap.

The method our student developed will now become a vital part of our arsenal against debt collectors who attempt to use phone affidavits in courts all across the land. The idea was developed jointly between Green and another Creditwrench student from New York in a private phone conversation. The New York student gave the Illinois student the "heads up" that something was terribly wrong with the affidavit and then J. Green went to work and nailed them to the proverbial cross. So how did the two students meet? Through our regular Friday night conference calls. Many other valuable insights have been developed by students participating in our Friday night conference calls. Maybe you should think about getting in on them too. They are free and open to the public.

J M. Green

80000 Willow Parkway

Somewhere, IL

December 19, 2007

Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission

Of the Supreme Court of Illinois

One Prudential Plaza

130 East Randolph Drive, Suite 1500

Chicago, IL 60601-6219

Dear Ms. Welsh:

I am in receipt of your letter dated December 3, 2007. I am enclosing a document from the Superior Court of Dekalb County, State of Georgia revoking the notary commission of Sharon Lowery. (See exhibit 1)

Mr. Starzac knowingly filed the falsified Affidavit notarized by Sharon Lowery in the Circuit Court of the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit, Lake County, Illinois. (See exhibit 2) Mr. Starzac also knowingly not only filed a lawsuit against me claiming he was the attorney for Capital One but also numerous other individuals. This is clearly a violation of attorney code of ethics.

Rule 1.2(d) Scope of Representation states A lawyer shall not counsel a client to engage, or assist a client, in conduct that the lawyer knows is criminal or fraudulent, but a lawyer may discuss the legal consequences of any proposed course of conduct with the client and may counsel or assist a client to make a good-faith effort to determine the validity, scope, meaning or application of the law. Thus Mr. Starzac knowingly obtained an Affidavit and filed falsified Affidavit obtained by OSI Collection Agency employees. (See exhibit 1).

Rule 1.2(f)(3) states fail to disclose that which the lawyer is required by law to reveal. Failing to disclose to the court who the true plaintiff is and failure to disclose that the affidavit was obtained by OSI Collection Agency employees violated this rule. (See exhibits 3 and 2)

Rule 3.3(a)(1) states make a statement of material fact or law to a tribunal which the lawyer knows or reasonably should know is false. Mr. Starzac filed with the court the Affidavit which he knew the statements within the Affidavit were false. (See exhibit 1)

Rule 3.3(2) states fail to disclose to a tribunal a material fact known to the lawyer when disclosure is necessary to avoid assisting a criminal or fraudulent act by the client. The material fact is that Capital One was not the plaintiff and that OSI Collections Agency was the true plaintiff. (See exhibit 3)

Rule 3.3(a)(4) states offer evidence that the lawyer knows to be false. If a lawyer has offered material evidence and comes to know of its falsity, the lawyer shall take reasonable remedial measures. Mr. Starzac has taken no remedial measures even after I filed the Motion to Vacate Void Judgment for Failure to Include All Indispensable Parties In the Case. (exhibit 3)

Rule 3.3(a)(7) engage in other illegal conduct or conduct in violation of these rules

Rule 3.3(a)(8) states fail to disclose the identities of the clients represented and of the persons who employed the lawyer unless such information is privileged or irrelevant. The true plaintiff is material in this case it is not privileged or irrelevant information. Capital One is not the true plaintiff but OSI Collection Services is the true plaintiff. (See exhibit 3)

Rule3.3(a)(13) suppress any evidence that the lawyer or client has a legal obligation to reveal or produce. Mr. Starzac suppressed the true identity of his client and he concealed the material fact that the Affiant and Notary Public were employees of OSI Collection Agency. (see exhibits 2 and 3)

The case of Capital One vs. J. Green is set for Trial on January 25, 2007 and part of the relief we have requested that Judge Helen Rosenberg to recommend to the ARDC to investigate Blitt & Gaines, P.C. and Michael Starzac for professional misconduct to the court.


J. Green

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