February 25, 2023

USA: Jacqueline Breger Investigation Testimony: Katie Hobbs Fraudulent Deeds, Titles, Mortgage Company’s, Rackeetering, Money Laundering, Election Fraud Connected To Sinaloa Cartel In AZ

MJ Truth published February 24, 2023: Jacqueline Breger Testimony: Katie Hobbs Fraudulent Deeds and Title and Mortage Company’s that NEVER EXISTED in Arizona.

I typed a transcript of the video above for you below, wowie:

Jacqueline Breger Testimony: To summarize our finding with regards to Governor Katie Hobbs taking into account just those documents in her name are as follows, there are nine deeds of trust in the name of Kathleen M. Hobbs and Patrick T. Goodman, husband and wife from 1997 to 2021. Which essentially means that they either purchased or refinanced a home every two to three years which is statistically not likely, not improbable. But even more so, when six of the nine deeds of trust were recorded within a ten year period between 97 and 2007. The concentration was between 2001 and 2005 which was during Ms. Hubbs tenure at Emerge Arizona. When researching the documents filed with the Corporation commission for Emerge Arizona we found that these documents evidenced hand signing and hand printing that belongs to Brittney and/or Donna. If one were to guess, and this is just a guess on our part, Emerge Arizona seems to be formed as a medium to attract women interested in politics and bribe them through the proper scheme to adopt positions of power to further the goals and objectives of the cartel. Most of these deeds are fraudulently notarized. Meaning that one or multiple parties names in the transaction are either not present or do not exist at all. In some if not all cases in page 65 in your packet Ms. Hobbs and Mr. Goodman signatures are clearly inconsistent indicating that the majority of the deeds were created by a different individual who are attempting to copy Ms. Hobbs and Mr. Goodman's signatures. Particularly on the deeds with the notarizations that were found to be fake. We then researched the title companies and the mortgage companies on these deeds of trust. Some of these DO NOT OR HAVE NEVER EXISTED. Some do not exist in Arizona.

Arizona House Committee member: (interrupts) Ms. Breger, can I ask you to please submit one of these packets to the ? so we can get this put on the record and then we are going to have to tighten this up and keep ? to election so we don't exceed the scope of our authority.

Jacqueline Breger Testimony: Sure. Would you like me to finish with my conclusion on that?

Arizona House Committee Member: How much more do you have?

Jacqueline Breger Testimony: A bit.

Arizona House Committee Member: How about 3 minutes.

Jacqueline Breger Testimony: Let me finish with this example and then I will go on to more of the election fraud. So when I said we researched the title companies and the mortgage companies some do not even exist. What can we conclude about these discoveries? The purpose of having a fake deed of trust is to move cash without it being traceable. A phony mortgage company files a phony mortgage is one primary method of how cash is moved invisibly. There are basically only 3 reasons to create a fake deed of trust. If the buyer does not exist, then the mortgage serves as a means of laundering money. If the buyer does exist, then the mortgage is used to provide the owner of the deed money that is untraceable. And when the person resides in the location of the deed, then that's even further proof that money is being provided.
Right Side Broadcasting Network published February 24, 2023: FULL EVENT: Arizona Special Session: House Committee on Municipal Oversight and Election 2/23/23.

I am typing a transcript for you starting at Jacqueline Breger Testimony at 6:38:26 hours and minutes:

Arizona House Committee Member: If I may ... the last person speaking for the day and then we do have a video at the end which is part of my presentation that we will play at the end. Then next person is Jackie Breger. I hope I said that right. And the title of her report is, 'Preliminary Findings of Activities Impacting Arizona's Election Integrity With Specific Focus On The 2020 And 2022 General Elections'. 

Jacqueline Breger testimony starting at 6:39:05: Good afternoon Madaam Chair and good afternoon to everyone. My name is Jacqueline Breger. Just to tell you a little about myself, I do have a master's degree in marketing, honors degrees in financial accounting and business statistics and economics and business strategy. I've been a resident of Scottsdale, Arizona since 1997 and I own the Fine Breger Insurance Agency which is a Farmer's Insurance Agency in the valley. Since 2019 I've been a principle investigator with the Harris Thayer Lawfirm. We have been investigating multiple, multi-state racketeering and corruption. John Harris Thayer is our senior attorney and he is in charge of the investigation. Mr. Thayer has been practicing law for 32 years. His firm specializes in investigating racketeering and corruption for both the public and the private sector and he has participated in one of the largest investigations both in the U.S. and abroad. But with respect to the current matter at hand, in 2006 the U.S. Attorneys office in Illinois, Idaho, and Indiana investigated the laundering of drug cartel monies through a complex series of single family home purchases in those particular states. By 2009, numerous real estate agents escrow companies and title insurers had been indicted, charged, and convicted of racketeering.

And in 2014, our office was asked to review the case files. The reason for this was we were asked to determine where the money of the sale of the properties had filter to properties purchased in Arizona, specifically in Maricopa and Pima County. We concluded that several real estate agents convicted in Iowa had set up laundering systems in Arizona and thereafter had transferred the proceeds of the sale to the Panamanian Corporations. In 2018, Mr. Thayer discovered incidential to a completely independent matter, a series of trust deeds evidencing that cash laundered through single family residences in Arizona was pervasive and ongoing. With that a new investigation began with the focus being on money laundering and related racketeering activities in Maricopa County as well as several other Arizona counties. We are currently representing several parties directly damaged by these racketeering activities. The investigation originally focused on fake notarizations, fake deeds of trust, fruadulent buyers and/or sellers of the real property transactions, as well as other companies used in real estate transactions such as real estate brokers, mortgage companies, title and escrow companies, real estate inspection companies, service companies, and so on.

Over 120,000 documents have been reviewed to date. These documents have definitely evidenced multiple racketeering enterprises which include narcotic sales, money laundering, tax evasion, payroll theft, bankruptcy fraud, life insurance fraud, auto insurance fraud, bribing of elected and acquanted officials, creating and modifying public record, falsifying professional licenses and related credentials, sweating? individuals who pose a threat to these enterprises, and last but not least election fraud. I walked in and heard briefly that you spoke about a compromised computer system. Well that is something we will be addressing, that I will be addressing in quite some detail. I'm going to share with you that which we've uncovered, how we uncovered it, and the conclusions drawn therefrom. I'll also share with you how the racketeering enterprises inextricably are intertwined with election fraud. It is important to note that our office has been limited in resources and in terms of authority such as subpeana power. As a result the conclusions that I'm bringing here to you that we've reached to date ARE JUST THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG.

As a result, our office stands ready to work any of the relevant enforcement agencies. Our primary findings were first reported to Governor Ducey in 2022. Furthermore, Thayer has met with Attorney Generals in five states, the FBI, the IRS, the U.S. Bankruptcy Trustee, and with several U.S. Attorneys offices. Currently there are active and ongoing investigations in federal and state jurisdictions and both California and New Mexico have already used our report and taken some corrective action. The final report will include the election fraud and will completed and published as a book and titled, 'Report to the Governor'. This is going to be a book of 300 pages with approximately 3,000 attachments. Excerpts from this book and other necessary documentation will be available on ReportToTheGovernor.com after this presentation. Our report contains 47 separate findings. I provided you with a packet. I apologize if my assistant forgot to number the pages but pages 11 to 14 detail those 47 findings that we have in our report. I am going to mention a few of those that are very pertinent to this committe.

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I found this great article below that summarizes her testimony.

The Tenneessee Star
written by Rachel Alexander, The Arizona Sun Times and The Star News Network.
Saturday February 25, 2023

The Arizona Legislature’s Senate Elections Committee and House Municipal Oversight; Elections Committee held a joint hearing on Thursday featuring testimony from several people involved in researching the voter disenfranchisement that occurred in 2020 and 2022. The testimony by Arizona forensic investigator Jacqueline Breger accused multiple statewide and county officials, including Governor Katie Hobbs and Secretary of State Adrian Fontes, of racketeering connected to the Sinaloa Cartel. Democrats on those committees refused to attend the hearing.

Breger said she has been working with a law firm investigating multistate racketeering and corruption but in the process, discovered election fraud as well. She said neither she nor the attorney she works for, John Harris Thayer of Harris/Thayer Law Corporation, are very political; he didn’t vote in the last two elections, and she is a registered independent. While investigating racketeering involving the Sinaloa Cartel, their team accidentally discovered election fraud, she said, including finding that Maricopa County’s database was being infiltrated from the outside.

“The Maricopa County database has absolutely no integrity whatsoever,” she declared. “Racketeering enterprises are inextricably intertwined with election fraud,” she said.

She said their investigation began several years ago by looking into the laundering of drug cartel money through single-family residences in Illinois. They discovered that several real estate agents had set up laundering activities in Arizona, which was “pervasive and ongoing” in Maricopa and several other counties. Her firm represents parties damaged by money laundering. They found fake notarizations, fake deeds of trust, and straw buyers. The related crimes included narcotic sales, bankruptcy fraud, life insurance fraud, payroll fraud, extortion schemes, bribing elected officials, creating and modifying public records, swatting individuals who pose a threat to the cartel activities, and election fraud.

She said her office is ready to work with any enforcement agencies. They reported their findings to former Governor Doug Ducey in May of 2022 and many law enforcement agencies. Several have opened ongoing investigations, including law enforcement in California and New Mexico, which have already used their report and taken some corrective action, she said. Their final report, which includes 47 findings, will include election fraud and will be a 300-page book with 3,000 attachments. It will be available on reporttothegovernor.com.

Breger said the Sinaloa Cartel began money laundering through single-family homes in 1994 in San Tan Valley, Litchfield Park, Goodyear, and Avondale. They make their profits from human trafficking and drugs like fentanyl. The criminality shows up, she said, in falsified construction invoices and charitable donations, fake tuition at trade schools, and fraudulent bankruptcies. Bank accounts were opened at Wells Fargo for “phantom people.”

Breger said city government officials and agencies in Mesa are complicit.

“The City of Mesa is a racketeering organization,” she declared, where “civil rights are systematically and systemically violated to preserve racketeering activities.” She explained that “fines and outrageous cash bonds are used to collect and skim money,” which is then “redirected into racketeering activities.”

She implicated the Mesa Police Department in the scheme, saying that officers participating are compensated with “monies paid through the phony mortgage schemes.” She said the police violate the Fourth Amendment by planting evidence, hiding exculpatory evidence, and entering homes without search warrants.

She discussed what she found at the state level next.

“Multiple state databases have been infiltrated or hacked, thus allowing falsified documents to be uploaded into them, and allowing legitimate documents to be removed.” Breger said all three state universities’ computer systems have been hacked, with degrees forged for individuals who never graduated. Additionally, she claimed state licensing agencies were hacked, forging licenses for people.

“Even law licenses; we have seen phantom attorneys registered with the state bar,” she said.

Turning to Maricopa County, Breger said the Maricopa County database for the Maricopa County Recorder and the Maricopa County Superior Court was designed in 2014 to be infiltrated. Since then, “hundreds of falsified documents have been loaded into the court database,” such as default judgments and child support orders. She said they were used in swatting activities against individuals posing a threat to the racketeering activities.

Regarding elections, Breger said, “Since 2004, elections with Pima County and Maricopa County have been manipulated through the infiltration of the county databases, resulting from bribes paid to officials and election service providers, including, but not limited to, principals of Runbeck Election Services.” She said this affected the 2020 recorder’s race and the races for governor, attorney general, and secretary of state in 2022.

She said those bribed include county supervisors, judges — including two presiding judges — judicial assistants, prosecutors, and state legislators. She singled out prosecutors “within and for Maricopa County.” Breger said she believes at least 25 percent of the judges within Maricopa, Pima, and Pinal Counties have accepted bribes for protecting the racketeering activities. She said the payments began before the individuals were appointed to the bench and asserted that Mesa prosecutors routinely bring charges against innocent individuals who pose a threat.

She said laundered cash is used to bribe Arizona public officials and their staff. Over 10,000 fraudulent documents were recorded with the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office; Breger alleged and estimated that over 35,000 warranty and trust deeds evidencing fraud exist in the database. Accompanying those were over 15,000 falsified notarizations, she added.

Breger alleged that the key participants in the racketeering are Adona Ray Chavez and her adopted daughter Brittany Ray Chavez, who facilitate the bribes of public officials. She said they are connected to the corrupt real estate agents and have worked for the Sinaloa Cartel for over 25 years. The pair allegedly execute deeds under falsified names, including as the buyer, seller, or notary, and forge the signatures of judges.

Breger said she discovered at least five appointments made under Adrian Fontes while he was the Maricopa County Recorder between 2017 and 2021 who were “phantoms, non-existent individuals,” holding positions related to election services. During the same period, she said there were at least 15 individuals whose records were falsified “and kept hidden from the public during the 2020 election cycle.” Their records reportedly include forged signatures and falsified notarizations made by Brittany Chavez, and falsified clerical signatures by Donna Chavez.

In 2019, Breger said Brittany Chavez approached her law firm asking for whistleblower protection. After being threatened, she withdrew her request but continued providing evidence to the firm, Breger said. In October 2020, Breger said the firm received evidence that the Maricopa County computer system had been designed with various back doorways to allow outsiders to infiltrate it and change the data. She said they were also told the identities of public officials who had been bribed and discovered 25,000 falsified ballots held with a large amount of cash at a home in Mesa, traced to Donna Chavez.

Breger researched the deeds of trust of officials suspected of being involved in racketeering. If there was an unusual number of deeds of trust belonging to one individual, they dug further. She looked into Hobbs’ recorded documents and found 11 deeds of trust. She showed them to a qualified forensic document expert, who examined them to determine whether the handwriting matched Brittany Chavez’s or Donna Chavez’s handwriting. The expert determined that the writing appeared to be trying to copy Hobbs’ and her husband’s signatures.

Breger said many deeds of trust for one couple within a few years was “not statistically likely.” Of those, six were recorded within a five-year period when Hobbs was with Emerge Arizona. She said she believes Emerge Arizona, which helps Democrat women run for office, bribes women to run for public office and further the cartel’s interests.

Breger produced copies of Hobbs’ deeds for the legislators to look at, and said she has 500 pages of reports on officials like this. She said in their research they found that some of the title and mortgage companies don’t exist.

Breger said she believes election fraud goes back to 2004. “Since at least 2004, ballot counts have been tampered with.”

She said Brittany Chavez moves money for candidates, in part through nonprofits. In October 2020, she said they discovered over 100,000 ballots and $13 million in two unmarked rental cars being unloaded at a home in Mesa and then driven to Runbeck. Breger said they found suspicious deeds for Runbeck and its President and CEO Jeff Ellington. They also found suspicious deeds for Fontes, she said. Breger said three of the five Maricopa County Supervisors have suspicious deeds recorded, along with partners at the large Democratic law firm Perkins Coie.

Thayer has survived six attempts to kill him, she said, including a tire strategically slashed so it would “cause catastrophic failure at a high speed.” She said a similar attempt was made on the life of Kari Lake’s daughter. Read more related to Thayer’s investigation here.

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Headline USA
written by Ben Sellers
January 9, 2023

Editor’s note: Article discusses obscene subject matter that may be unsuitable for some audiences.

Patrick Goodman—the husband of the newly installed Democrat Gov. Katie Hobbs—appeared to flash an obscene gesture during an inauguration event on Sunday.

With women and children present—including his own wife and kids—Goodman could be seen displaying the “Shocker,” which is widely understood to represent a particular sex act involving digital penetration of multiple body orifices.

It is often accompanied by the slogan “two in the pink, one in the stink,” or some variation thereof.

Only one young onlooker can be seen reacting in shock to Goodman’s puerile and misogynist vulgarity, while the rest remain mercifully oblivious.

Hobbs captioned the disgusting picture “A magical evening celebrating an Arizona for everyone!”

According to Hobbs’s financial disclosure forms, Goodman, a child psychiatrist with the Phoenix Children’s Hospital, has long been affiliated with several nonprofits related to children’s mental health, including the Childhelp Children’s Center, Teen Lifeline, S.E.E.K. Arizona and the Infant Toddler Mental Health Coalition.

A November expose by the Daily Wire said he specializes “in serving youth and families affected by trauma and grief.”

It found that Goodman’s name was listed as the child therapist for a 10-year-old transgender patient in 2020 whose parents later sued the hospital.

The controversy comes amid a growing backlash over woke medical practitioners refusing to follow science and instead pursuing profits from the lucrative practice of irreversible gender-transition surgeries that leave children permanently sterile and mutilated.

The Phoenix Children’s Hospital is one of many to come under scrutiny for their callous child endangerment. Others include the Boston Children’s Hospital, the Children’s Mercy Kansas City and Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

The controversy also comes against a broader backdrop of leftist operatives attempting to normalize pedophilia and to promote radical grooming practices in classrooms and children’s programming that appears designed to promote sexual deviancies and “kink” culture.

Hobbs, who faces widespread accusations of election theft after suspicious circumstances in several Arizona counties including its largest, Maricopa County, appeared to disfranchise thousands of GOP voters intending to cast ballots for her opponent, Kari Lake.

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