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Re: “Carrboro to re-evaluate Revolving Loan Fund

Were these loans recorded? Wasn't the owner/corporation reponsible for money due? I don't understand how they could sell the business and the loan not be repaid from the proceeds. Sounds like those responsible for making the loans didn't know much about the lending industry. Why weren't their homes, etc., used to insure the loans??? Sounds like the loans insured by FNMA & Freddie Mac to me...If the business owner signed for the loans, why can't you go after them and secure judgement and attach anything they own?

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Posted by NANASIX on 09/22/2011 at 9:08 AM

Re: “What constitutes terrorism?

This is the same FBI that refused to investigate and prosecute an illegal here from Lebanon for over 10 yrs that was smuggling cig's from NC to Mich with his brother who was caught, cutting a deal with ATF giving them the same 18 names he knew their supplier had given when he was caught at the airport in St. Louis, Missouri with $375,000 in counterfit cig stamps enroute to Ca. The same names the FBI and ATF had from a Dep. Sheriff months earlier. When I asked why they didn't do something when I had given them evidence of the illegal having records of $365,000 income from the smuggling, with the records showing large sums going to the leader of the Charlotte crew that the leader was convicted and sentenced to 155yrs, plus large sums taken by the brother on trips to Lebanon. Their comment to me was: "If they do anything serious, we'll take action" and I questioned, "If smuggling cigarettes, money laundering, funneling money to terrorist groups and fraudulent marriage weren't serious, what would be?" Then when I finally had him picked up by ICE for deportation, the FBI went to him in Atlanta, GA and tried to hire him as a translator to go back to the middle east, he didn't want to go and gave them his niece's name, and she was hired...the daughter of the man that was caught got security clearance, I've even seen a pic of her sitting in a chopper next to Rumsfield. What's wrong with this picture? The FBI evidently doesn't work for the USA, and they proved to me they weren't after the criminal illegals.
Then I had an incident back in the 80's where they couldn't comprehend a mortgage lender making fraudulent loans and selling them to banks and savings & Loans nationwide. I finally got the news paper and reporters to comprehend, and they were forced into a $64m bankruptcy with the owner on the run for years, but finally he and his wife served time in prison, as did other employees. The accountant suppossedly committed suicide, a senator was repremanded, lawyers disbarred, etc. etc. all with no help from the FBI.

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Posted by NANASIX on 09/15/2011 at 11:10 AM

Re: “Who's who in the terrorism trial

This is just a small cell of what we have in N.C. not to mention the USA. Hopefully, the govt will round up all the terrorist, legal's and illegal's and put them away for good. The problem I see happening, is the terrorist are put in prison with other criminals, where they work on others to commit terrorist acts when they get out. This is a much worse situation than most American's want to believe is happening right before our eyes.

Posted by NANASIX on 09/15/2011 at 10:39 AM

Re: “Pittsboro residents saddled with new jail

As in most things before Commissioner's all over our country, their is no common sense used. To have expanded the existing facility, reworking the existing structure (jail) and most important keeping it close to the courthouse would have saved enough money in just a few years to have covered all cost spent in transportation, manpower, miles traveled and put on vehicles which haven't been figured into the ultimate cost, would have been far more beneficial. It you add this additional cost over 10-20 yrs, it would have allowed for the doubling of prisoner housing, and saved the tax payers large sums of $. Five (5) days a week prisoners will have to be transported to and from the courthouse for hearings. Then what happens with new arrest? This puts additional expense on Police Depts.and/or the Sheriff's Dept., where the Magistrates are that write the warrants, and unless they have holding cells, they will then, or the next day have to be transported. It just makes no sense to me, as I'm sure it doesn't to others.

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Posted by NANASIX on 08/19/2011 at 3:20 PM

Re: “With exemption, House tells illegals their place is in the field

This is unbelievable. Now, our citizens needing jobs can't even get them mowing lawns for companies, because the illegals will get them and work for less per hour. I've seen lots of trucks with trailers hauling lawn equipment, driven by Mexican's, and the truck loaded with at least 4 to 5 others in the truck. Almost everywhere you look they're doing the outside work, even on our state highways. Makes me question how many of them got run through the system. It appears this bill is for illegal Mexican's only. What about the illegals from other countries that come here, committ their crimes and open their own businesses??? They form a corp. obtain a business (Privilege) license, don't register with the tax assessor, and do their thing, with no one ever asking for anything, or running them through the system, when these are the individuals that mean us great harm, not the Mexican's. Why aren't bills put in place that would control what these individuals do? WAKE UP LAW MAKERS, IT APPEARS YOU'RE COMPOSING BILLS WHILE ASLEEP...AND SURELY NOT PROTECTING THE CITIZENS OF OUR STATE.

Posted by NANASIX on 06/13/2011 at 7:36 PM

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