Thursday, July 28, 2011


I, Ronni D. Mandell, a loyal citizen of these United States, as well as a taxpayer and registered voter of Connecticut, hereby issues this warning to all officials in the state of Connecticut, that they cannot and will not violate or impede my rights or limit me or any citizen from pursuing justice, as needed,for any and all acts of fraud,including documents, foreclosures or truth in lending violations by mortgage companies, brokers and lending institutions, which directly affect me personally, my family or property. Citizen rights are protected by the Constitution of the United States as follows, regardless of what agreement is reached with the U.S. Attorney Generals and the Wall Street Banks.

SEVENTH AMENDMENT Constitutional Right- In Suits of common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved.

FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT Constitutional Right- against any state abridging your privileges or immunities, or depriving you of liberty or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.

This warning is being issued due to the expected exoneration to be given to the various lenders, who have used fraudulent methods in processing chain of title/deed assignments, truth in lending violatons and foreclosures. This expected blessing by the state Attorney Generals, politicians and judges, in no way, blocks me and my family from exercising our Constitutional Rights. In the event, there are any threats made by state officials, directly to me or my family, they will also be dealt with in the court of public opinion.

Fraud is a crime and punishment should apply to ALL violators. No exceptions, whatsoever, for the mighty and the powerful, who really call the shots.

I urge all citizens and homeowners to protect themselves and call their state Attorney General and lawmakers right away.

Incidentally, U.S. political campaign contributions are up-coincidence or planned?

Ronni D. Mandell
W. Haven, Ct.
(203) 745-1251

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