Once again homeowners go down the rabbit hole with another lawyer running a mortgage scam. This is the year 2019 and nothing has changed as far as I can tell. Angela Fawn Wallace from Los Angeles, Ca has shown that the scam is still ongoing and that homeowners must be vigilant in maintaining the security and protection of your homes.
The homeowners in this case were murdered (I don’t know at this time if the attorney Angela Fawn Wallace was involved or charged however I will continue to research and as I get new information inform one way or another)
It appears from the multiple arrests of Angela Fawn Wallace she has continued with the get rich quick scams regardless of who it hurts. This is disgusting behavior and at this time in my opinion only serious long term imprisonment will help. I don’t know if prison will stop her as she probably can continue while in prison yet it seems to be the only deterrent at this time. I am concerned that the homeowners were murdered by a “fake postal worker” which to me appears to have made them deliberately targeted and my question is “WHY” unless it was tied to the mortgage scam? Again, as information is available I will post.
Disbarred lawyer masterminded real-estate scheme selling occupied homes she didn’t own, police say
Friday, July 19, 2019 7:09AM
LOS ANGELES — A disbarred Los Angeles-area lawyer who has already served time for fraud is facing new charges along with two other suspects in connection with an elaborate alleged real-estate scam.
The three suspects are facing dozens of felony charges.
Angela Fawn Wallace, a disbarred lawyer with multiple arrests for fraud on her record, was allegedly involved in forgery, identity theft, money laundering and grand theft in connection with the scheme, detectives say.
Characterized as a master manipulator, Wallace once was a celebrity lawyer, reportedly representing Magic Johnson and rapper Dr. Dre. But in 2001 she got in trouble.
She was convicted of defrauding 18-year-old Jontrae Byrdsong and his brother, 20-year-old Howard. They were living in Inglewood until they were murdered by a gunman posing as a postal carrier.
Timothy Mack is now serving three life terms for masterminding the killings. He and Wallace had been after $380,000 the brothers had received as an insurance payout after their mother, a Los Angeles Police Department officer, died of cancer.
Wallace had been sent to prison for forging the brothers signatures and spending the money on herself until they complained.
“They were owed the money. They were defrauded of that and they were murdered,” then-District Attorney Steve Cooley said at the time.
LAPD says Wallace has been at again
In the most recent case she allegedly conspired with Charlesetta Brown and David Greene who appeared in court Thursday.
The allegation is that they forged signatures of homeowners, transferred deeds to phony companies, then sold the homes to unsuspecting buyers. Detectives say the homeowners were stunned that such a fraud could even take place.
Investigators believe that there are other victims. Anyone with information is asked to contact detectives at (213)486-6630.
Meantime, homeowners are urged to check property records online every year to make sure your home is still your own.
This site is for informational purposes only. The goal is to save others from the pain that we the victims have experienced and to show who some of the players are that were involved. The people here are small compared to those who have never been prosecuted for the mortgage frauds that ripped at the heart of our country. I am not sure if any of the major players responsible for the mortgage frauds that hit this country have been indicted let alone found guilty and at this point, I do not believe they ever will be. As I have stated previously I am not a lawyer nor do I give out advice. I strongly suggest that if you feel victimized you contact a lawyer, the state or your county for help. Keep good records and be prepared to be active to the point of being a pain in someone’s rear end.
Jury trial started June 23, 2015; on July 2, 2015 jury returned a verdict of
Sentenced April 27, 2016 to 57 months (4 years 9 months)
Register # 43787-424
Surrendered: September 1, 2016
Release Date: September 16, 2020
New Location: Chicago Residential Reentry Management (RRM)
1901 Butterfield Road Downers Grove, Illinois 60515
See Page 6 for:
Opinion and Order
Government's Sentencing Memorandum
Announcement of Disciplinary Decisions (Disbarred November 19, 2012)
Former Attorney # 6271949 Licensed to practice law in the State of Illinois
November 9, 2000 Disbarred November 19, 2012
GUILTY March 20, 2013
Sentenced June 19, 2016 to 96 months (8 years)
Surrendered October 1, 2013 to Federal Bureau of Prisons
Release Date: July 24, 2020
Register # 44197-424
New Location: Cincinnati Residential Reentry Management (RRM)
36 E. 7th Street Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Restitution and Forfeiture: $4,473,531.30
Oral Appeal heard November 7, 2013 Case # 13-2399
Verdict and Sentence upheld April 15, 2014
See page 5 for complete indictment
GUILTY February 15, 2013
Sentenced May 11, 2016 under Level Seven to Parole (probation for two years) including restitution to be shared with co-defendant Avalon Betts-Gaston of $239,500.00
See page 6 for complete indictment
The time is now to take control and stop predatory lenders. You may have been or know someone who has been victimized by predatory con artists; the time is now to stand up and fight back. You may have been the victim however there is only one way NOT to remain a victim ---
REFUSE THE POSITION!!!!!
STAND UP FOR YOUR HOME AND FIGHT BACK
I HAVE CRIED SO MUCH IN MY LIFE
I SEE NO REASON TO CONTINUE THE TEARS!
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Illinois Supreme Court Disbarment of Avalon E'lan Betts-Gaston Attorney Number 6271949
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Utah Stipulation and Consent Order SD-06-0097 September 14, 2007
Illinois Secretary Of State Order Of Prohibition File 0600670 August 14, 2007
Illinois Attorney Press Release RYM Technology and Felix Daniel August 16, 2007
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