Friday, June 24, 2011

A Murder

Via a comment at LGM I'll just pass this along.
The details are thin but they sure don’t smell right. The short form is that Sunny Sheu had his house stolen from him by fictive buyers who used forged documents. Judge Golia of Queens engaged in what appears to be highly questionable behavior in failing to reverse the sale. Sheu started investigating the judge, was told by policeman who specifically referred to information he had provided about Golia, and that if he didn’t drop it, he’d wind up dead. Sheu disregarded their warning and did wind up dead. The authorities are also refusing to honor requests for information regarding Sheu’s death made under New York’s Freedom of Information Act. This story has been publicized by Foreclosure Fraud and The Daily Bail and I hope it gets more traction.
Worth reading. Comments fill out details (a rare thing).

1 comment:

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Holy guacamole.

We live in "The Land of the Tastee Freez and the Home of the Braves".