Floridians for Honest Lending, Bruce Jacobs, Mayor Suarez, Commissioner Ken Russell and numerous Florida Senators, and supporters from across the globe came together and helped Ana Rodriquez. Ana is an 82 year old Cuban American Freedom Fighter and was a political prisoner in Cuba.
Bruce Jacobs, Florida attorney, stood up to hold the banks accountable for fraudulent paperwork stealing homes, destroying lives and causing homelessness. He gained the support of two Miami Florida representatives, Miami Mayor Suarez and Commissioner Russell. The 3 men worked together to build Resolution #6021.
Lorie Cole and Billie Powers are co-chairwomen of the committee. These two have networked and built a strong committee dedicated to ending homelessness and the theft of property.
Wendy Allison Nora
Dr. Gene Warner
La Tasha Richardson
The committee members have experienced the most egregious civil rights and human rights violations and together they are supporting Whistleblowers and financial crime fighters. Together they work in sub committees with hundreds of others around the country seeking to hold those committing Crimes Against Humanity accountable.
The Resolution 6021 committee is one diverse team of title, legal, financial, mortgage/lending, unalienable rights professionals and are whistle blowers one and all. With the knowledge shared this team has found that the courts are corrupt, judges pensions are tied to our homes, the politicians are on the take and the people fighting to save their homes are being treated as criminals rather than victims. The team is determined to see an end to the genocide of homeownership/homelessness, finding that Resolution #6021 is one remedy that shall cure the crimes against humanity they have faced.