Part 1: Video deposition of alleged robosigner Crystal Moore of Nationwide Title Clearing. Deposition taken by attorney Christopher Forrest of The Forrest Law Firm in Pinellas County, Florida, Nov. 4, 2010.

Part II

Part III

Part IV

Category: Foreclosures, Video

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9 Responses to “Crystal Moore Deposition (RoboSigning)”

  1. [...] Crystal Moore Deposition (RoboSigning) [...]

  2. JimRino says:

    Sadly Interesting.
    Like watching a slow motion train wreck.

  3. beaufou says:

    Stretched out Mona Lisa, sign this document!

  4. Nic says:

    This woman has been employed to commit fraud upon the courts over 50,000 times. Where are the indictments?

  5. ger says:

    Do you sign to tempt a lover, Mona Lisa?

  6. huesos says:

    Do I really care if she signed or if a “real” VP signed? Hell no…..

  7. OscarWildeDog says:

    Amazing: the outfit, the hair, the hint of a smile, the background…it’s…it’s…it’s Mona Lisa (plus about 150 pounds)!

  8. [...] If you are unfamiliar with their name, you might recall earlier this Fall when depositions of several Nationwide robo-signers employees went viral on YouTube (We mentioned these here and here). [...]