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Jun212011

Man Robs Bank Of $1 In Order To Get Free Healthcare

The details of this story are astounding...

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Source - Gaston Gazette

James Richard Verone woke up June 9 with a sense of anticipation.

He took a shower.

Ironed his shirt.

Hailed a cab.

Then robbed a bank.

He wasn’t especially nervous. If anything, Verone said he was excited to finally execute his plan to gain access to free medical care.

Until last week Verone had never been in trouble with the law.

Now he hopes to be booked as a felon and held in prison where he can be treated for several physical afflictions.

Last resort

A couple of months ago Verone started weighing his options.

He considered turning to a homeless shelter and seeking medical help through charitable organizations.

Then he had another idea: commit a crime and get set up with a place to stay, food and doctors.

He started planning.

As his bank account depleted and the day of execution got closer, Verone sold and donated his furniture. He paid his last month’s rent and gave his notice.  He moved into the Hampton Inn for the last couple of days. Then on June 9 he followed his typical morning routine of getting ready for the day.  He took a cab down New Hope Road and picked a bank at random — RBC Bank.  Verone didn’t want to scare anyone. He executed the robbery the most passive way he knew how.

He handed the teller a note demanding one dollar, and medical attention.

“I didn’t have any fears.  I told the teller that I would sit over here and wait for police.”

The teller, however, did have some fears even though Verone never showed a weapon.

Her blood pressure shot up and once Verone was handcuffed by police, the teller was taken to Gaston Memorial Hospital to be checked out.

Verone said he was sorry for causing the woman any pain.

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KABOOM | NY APPELLATE DIVISION | BANK OF NY V SILVERBERG – MERS DOES NOT HAVE THE RIGHT TO FORECLOSE ON A MORTGAGE IN DEFAULT OR ASSIGN THAT RIGHT TO ANYONE ELSE

http://4closurefraud.org/2011/06/13/kaboom-ny-appellate-division-bank-of-ny-v-silverberg-mers-does-not-have-the-right-to-foreclose-on-a-mortgage-in-default-or-assign-that-right-to-anyone-else/
Jun 21, 2011 at 12:19 PM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
"MERS DOES NOT HAVE THE RIGHT TO FORECLOSE ON A MORTGAGE IN DEFAULT OR ASSIGN THAT RIGHT TO ANYONE ELSE"

You can bet the Bankster Congress is spending a lot more time figuring out how to circumnavigate this problem for their parasite benefactors, then in straightening out the catastrophe they've caused for the majority of the American People.

The pipline of money the financial lobby is pumping into Congress and the Presidential Addminstration will make sure the crooked ba**tards will legalize fraud and throw Rule of Law in the same trash can where they're storing the U.S. Constitution. MERS will become a divine registration system by an Act of Congress and opposition, if any will be ignored or bought off.
Jun 21, 2011 at 2:57 PM | Unregistered CommenterSagebrush
That is my fear as well sagebrush...because MERS is NOT faring well in individual court jurisdictions...
Jun 21, 2011 at 3:35 PM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
James Richard Verone should have consulted with an actual alumni of the federal prison system before assuming that he would receive medical attention by robbing a bank. This man is not going to "jail" as reported in the article. He is entering the "belly of the beast", the federal slave labor system so diligently covered up by the controlled media. Whatever his ailment, he will be dosed with morphine tablets to mask his symptoms if it is determined that a curative course of medication exceeds his revenue potential. He should have done something at least faintly political, like taking ALL of the cash in the teller's drawers, piling it in the street, and burning it.
Jun 21, 2011 at 6:31 PM | Unregistered CommenterMeadhbh O'Connell
That would have been a better idea but i imagine he wants out of jail after medical treatment, let's say in 6-12 months, and this plan will earn more sympathy from a judge...in fact i wouldn't be surprised if he is never sentenced...what he should have done was apply for medicaid...that would have solved the problem...
Jun 21, 2011 at 7:31 PM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
I call this an example worthy to be followed by 30 million other unemployed.
Next problem is to make sure the parole board doesn't release you for good behavior
Jun 21, 2011 at 8:38 PM | Unregistered Commentermohawk
what he should have done was apply for medicaid...that would have solved the problem...

@ DB, I though you had to have a family to qualitfy for that. At least have a wife, or a child you are taking care of....?
Jun 21, 2011 at 10:24 PM | Unregistered CommenterTexas Dar

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