Editor’s note: The following letter was sent to Lane MacKenzie of San Diego’s Real Estate Assets Department and shared with La Mesa Patch. For more details on this case, see letter of Jan. 26. 2012:
To the editor:
Attached is a copy of Resolution No. 181805. This resolution was discovered in my title report along with another fraudulent deed, which I call the Bogus Ed Fletcher Deed. The Ed Fletcher Deed was recorded in 1964, shortly after my uncle and aunt (Joe and Florence Blunt) inherited the 102.6 acres of property on/adjacent to Lake Murray, from my great aunt Madge Waring. The Bogus Nun Deed was recorded in 1971, one month after the Superior Court judge acknowledged Joe Blunt was on title to this property. Go figure.
I believe this government fraud scam will prove to be the largest government fraud scam in California history. The representatives of the city of San Diego have been charging the public illegal fees for the past 48 years to access our private property, knowing full well the city is not on title to our property. Despite being aware of the truth, they”ve continued to turn a blind eye and have continued to fail to act.
I will not let this go unnoticed. The fraudulent deeds, the fraudulent inundation data / maps, the falsified zoning maps, and public record documents all prove collusion to defraud the public. Good luck in continuing to explain it all away.