Nice write-up on the Boot Camp and the upcoming Memorial Day session in Charlotte in today’s Charlotte Observer. The article includes an interview with Max, along with some Boot Camp history.
Q. What would you say to the argument that this is just a technicality, that these people are behind in their payments, that they deserve to be foreclosed on, and you’re just finding loopholes?
To me fraud on the court isn’t a technicality. Our whole system of justice that we have is based on the assumption that the purpose of the whole effort is to find the truth and to get to the truth and have the fact-finder determine what the truth is in the case. And an integral part of that system is that the attorneys that are representing the parties in any case are going to be truthful. It just infuriates me when people say this is just a mere technicality, that somebody signed their name as a vice president of Chase when they actually worked for some other third-party provider, as they call it.
Read the rest of the interview in the Charlotte Observor.