From: Jean Allan Sovik
Sent: Saturday, June 30, 2012 5:21 PM
Subject: RE: RSA 383:10-d
Dear Attorney General Michael Delaney:
On Wednesday, September 1, 2010 I sent an email to K. Allan (sic) Brooks @doj.nh.gov. The subject of the email was RSA 383:10-d; also the subject of this email. In my September 1, 2010 email I quoted NH RSA 383:10-d, with respect to the duties of the New Hampshire Banking Department: "And, in case of conduct involving an alleged criminal offense, the commissioner shall refer to the department of justice all aspect relevant to the criminal investigation and prosecution of such matter". I continued to state that I did not have access to my complete legal files due to the illegal foreclosure of the real and chattel property located at 309 Waukewan Road, Center Harbor, NH; and, my subsequent eviction and arrest on May 15, 2009.
The email also contained a direct request by me: "Please consider this email a formal request for any information that was sent to NH Department of Justice, by the Commissioner of the New Hampshire Banking Department, pertaining to the criminal issues that I have raised in the attached letter, and the very complete formal complaint that I and my affiliates filed with the New Hampshire Banking Department a year earlier". I have had no response to my request from your office, which at this time I take to be that your office was never given any criminal referral from any Commissioner of the New Hampshire Banking Department.
If this is the case, it may be of some interest to your Office that I have just recently rediscovered a copy of a letter that I wrote to Peter C. Hildreth, Bank Commissioner, State of New Hampshire Banking Department, 64B Old Suncock Road, Concord, NH 03301. The letter was dated February 3, 2004. Incorporated into the body of the letter I stated a clear criminal complaint. Your Office may wish to retrieve a copy of the original letter that I wrote from the files of the New Hampshire Banking Department, and when you do please note that on page 5. I reported to Commissioner Hildreth that in prior conversations with his predecessor Commissioner Roland Roberge I was informed by Commissioner Roberge that Richard A Cabral "could not have legally assigned any of his rights in the first mortgage on High Birches land to Crowninshield as he was restricted from doing so (at that time - my emphasis) by the FDIC." Committing fraud against the FDIC is clearly a Federal crime. Commissioner Hildreth knew at that time the Commissioner Roberge's statement to me was truthful, and yet, he appears to have withheld this information from your Office in violation of NH RSA 383:10-d.
Considering that I have an open request to your office for a determination as to the ownership of the water rights to the High Birches Springs Source, I would request that this matter be immediately investigated. And, if you require any background information, I would refer you to a Series of Installments that I have recently posted on nhjustice.net. The Readership has been substantial. The main documents that have been downloaded mostly pertain to the water rights to the High Birches Springs source. Clearly, if the Cabral assignment of his alleged mortgage rights to the land to Crowninshield was illegal, then Crowninshield's August 25, 1999 foreclosure is a nullity. And not only does Netmark International, Inc.'s easement deed remain a legal lien, Senter Cove Development, Inc. owns the land supporting the easement deed.
Thank you for your prompt attention to this very urgent matter.
Jean E. Allan aka Jean E. Allan Sovik