Altus Oklahoma Bank fraud. Colorado straw loan lot buyer kickbacks and appraiser fraud
Re: Roger Johnson. Grassy Creek Colorado Holding, Colorado. MAPI landowner partner
Mountain Adventures Properties Investments (MAPI) partnership, Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
Re: Roger Johnson, manager of GCHC and a manager of MAPI) located in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
Re: Roger Johnson, manager of GCHC, one of two MAPI landowner partners and majority owners/managers. The other was 4S Development managed by Ron Sills. The Altus bank group controlled the books.
As an example, I am attaching closing documents which show closed sales at Mt. Harris, and then unauthorized "kickbacks" to the buyers...buyers being FSB associates or affiliates. The "kickbacks" take the form refunds of the buyer's down payment back to the buyer from MAPI (the Seller). You will notice that the "kickbacks" or refunds to buyers do not show up on the settlement statements that I signed, and in several cases, Don Anderson crossed out my name and signs for MAPI as seller. This is because he had the title company cut two checks...one to go to the seller (MAPI) and another which could be deposited into another account to send back to the buyer or other destination. In some cases, no proceeds went to MAPI at all.
The legal opinions I've received indicate that this is 1) theft in that Anderson/Doughty/Grissom had no right to disperse MAPI money back to their buyers without approval from MAPI and; 2) bank fraud in that the buyer's have no "skin in the game" since they got their money back right after closing and I'm sure this was not disclosed to a loan committee any more than it was to MAPI.
|DOJ Charges||Lot buyers||DOJ Initials used hide||Called as witness||Down payment kickback||Lots Grassy Creek At Mt. Harris||Oklahoma Bank & Tax Frauds|
|C. Joseph Ramos||J.R.||Yes||$100,000||1, 40|| |
|DOJ hid(1)||Matthew Griffith (attorney) owner of Edisn Ventures, LLC(1) ||E.V. ||$70,492||14||Yes|
|pleaded guilty on 1 count||Fred Don Anderson owner of Global Industrial Management, LLC(2))||GIM||Yes||$145,336||22, 23||Yes|
| ||Joe Leverett||J.L.||Yes Count 4||$70,000||35||Yes|
|Michael C. Carter||M.C.||$100,000||5, 6, 15|| |
|The Crow Family LP, Nevada||T.C.||Yes||$100,000||11, 37, 39|| |
|William C. Ray(3))||W.R.||$70,000||7||Yes|
|Convicted 9 counts||Paul Doughty||By defense||$68,263||38||Yes|
|Convicted 9 counts||Paul Doughty||By defense||$72,500||22||Yes|
|Anita Sills **||A.S.||$140,000 Paid to Mark Sills||8|| |
|Dale Neffendorf **||D.N.||$140,000 Paid to Mark Sills||29|| |
|Mark A. Sills**||M.S.||$140,000||9|| |
| ||David(4) and Suzie Braddock||D.B.||David Braddock Count 5||None||10||Yes|
| ||Ghost Hole Partners, LLC David C. Hock, David J. Fitzpatrick||G.H.P.||Yes Count 3||None||13|| |
|Karen Gan; K. Gonzalez: Kona Sunset Revocable Trust Dated Oct 3 2007||K.G.||None||28|| |
|Shawn M. Sills(5)||S.S.||None||30|| |
|Evidence source located in Federal Court case Denver CO|
|MAPI Executive Brief||View|
|1) DOJ protecting, Matthew Griffith: a) one of Doughty's attorneys, paid a kickback and was one of Oklahoma's so called unidentified attorneys that supposedly found a loophome in the 2006 cover-up attorneys, and b) Griffith was one of the attorneys the FDIC accused of giving Doughty bad legal advice for the Colorado (MAPI) lot loans . |
|2) Global Industrial Management, LLC, dba Altus Ventures|
|3) William C. Ray, former drug dealer, pardoned by Pres. Bill Clinton, after donating to the Clinton Library|
|4) David Braddock, another of Doughty's attorneys and Oklahoma State Legislator involved in tax credit legislation|
|5) Kickbacks paid Mark Sills for Anita Sills & Dale Neffendorf. Mark A. Sills who also made the down payments|