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California Journalist Petitions the U.S. Supreme Court for Restitution to Consumers Harmed by Fraud
On September 24, 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court will consider a CA journalist's petition for relief from injunctions that prevented her from warning consumers and tenants about fraud targeting them. She seeks restitution for those deprived of warning.
By: Pro Se Nation
These unconstitutional "prior restraints" of speech sought to:
a. prevent her from warning consumers in foreclosure about loan modification fraud targeting them;
b. prevent her from informing California UDR tenants about the illegal clauses contained in its residential lease; and
c. inhibit her ability to advance unified petitions of redress on their behalf.
As the result of these injunctions, hundreds of thousands of consumers and tenants were deprived of warnings about fraud and fell victim to scams they could have avoided.
The journalist, Newport Beach, California native, Erin Baldwin, seeks restitution for consumers and tenants as well as the reinstatement of her First Amendment rights.
This Press Release will provide you an overview:
If you want to know more, you can read the Petition for a Writ of Certiorari here: http://en.calameo.com/
And a compelling Supplemental Brief here outlining the specific about how consumers and tenants were harmed: http://en.calameo.com/
If you have any questions, please reach out to Erin Baldwin at 678-997-6893 or via email at efightgoodfight@
If you are (or were) a victim of loan modification fraud, we want to hear about your experiences and include you in the restitution.
And finally, if you are (or were) a California tenant of UDR, Inc., you are entitled to restitution. Please contact us.
Pro Se Nation
Erin K. Baldwin / Guy Chamberlain
Post Office Box 3141
Beaumont, CA 92223