Wellman Case, 4th District - Ohio
Next Steps: The RICO was filed May 8, 2017 against The Supreme Court of Ohio Fourth District, Court of Appeals, Pickaway County Court of Common Pleas, Roy Huffer, Robert H. Huffer, John Hock and Kelly Hock. A RICO or The Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, commonly referred to as the RICO Act or simply RICO, is a United States federal law that provides for extended criminal penalties and a civil cause of action for acts performed as part of an ongoing criminal organization.
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MARK RODNEY WELLMAN, a Pro Se litigant is fighting Judge Randall Knece, Judge William Harsha and Magistrate Shelly Harsha who allowed parties with no interest or title to use the Ohio Courts to steal Property. In this instance it was PNC Bank, NA. Read the New York Times article by Pulitzer Award winning Journalist Gretchen Morgenson.
Why is this Case Important?
In the housing mortgage crisis mortgages were sold and resold often so many times that the final owner of the property does not have any evidence to prove ownership and therefore no legal right to foreclose. This case is of interest because it has the possibility of setting a precedent that tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of houses were foreclosed on illegally. It is also important because Mark Rodney Wellman is representing himself because no lawyer was prepared to go after Judges as it would be professional suicide.
Case Type: Illegal Foreclosure