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Is This a Cover Up?


The "Deed Fraud" investigation led by the Montgomery County Prosecutor's Office, spearheaded by Matthew Heck, has sparked concerns regarding potential malicious prosecution. Critics argue that the legal actions may be driven by motives beyond a pursuit of justice, raising questions about the legitimacy of the charges and the underlying intent. Allegations of retaliation further complicate the perception of the investigation, suggesting that it could be a response to the prosecutor's office being put on notice for other offenses. These suspicions cast doubt on the fairness and objectivity of the legal proceedings.


A conflict of interest is also asserted due to the prosecutor's office allegedly failing to certify recorder records in accordance with the law. This lapse could compromise the integrity of the investigation and question the impartiality of the prosecutor's office. Mishandling official records adds another layer of complexity, indicating potential shortcomings in transparency and adherence to legal protocols within the prosecutor's office.


"The 1st Practice" law firm has positioned itself as a vigilant monitor of the investigation, actively looking for signs of waste and civil rights violations. Additionally, there are concerns that the focus of the investigation may disproportionately impact black or low-income communities, emphasizing the need to scrutinize law enforcement practices for equity. The suggestion that the investigation could be an effort to limit the scope of a federal probe raises suspicions about the motivations behind the legal actions. Moreover, the impact of mortgages traded on this real estate, coupled with allegations of prosecutor's office nonfeasance, could potentially warrant a CFTC complaint and investigation, adding a regulatory dimension to the complex legal landscape surrounding the case.

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