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FORENSIC_EXAMINATION_OF_THE_REAL_PROPERT The  forensic  examination  of  the  real  property  records  of  Osceola  County,  Florida  was commissioned by Armando Ramirez, a duly elected public official with the title of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Osceola County, Florida. In all times and places within this report, the Clerk of the Circuit Court shall be hereinafter referred to as “Clerk”. In Florida, the Clerks of the Court have a dual role as both a clerk of the official records (which contain  vital  statistics  as  well  as  real  property  records,  the  focus  of  this  examination)  and  as clerks  of  the  circuit  courts  in  the  counties  which  they  serve.  It  is  this  Clerk’s  opinion,  being autonomous  from  legislative  and  judicial  influence,  that  it  is  his  moral  duty  to  the  property owners  of  Osceola  County  to  conduct  a  comprehensive  forensic  examination  of  not  only  his Court Records but also of his Official Property Records in light of the ongoing foreclosure crisis.


While  the  Florida  Statutes  do  not  specifically  state  that  among  the  duties  of  the  Clerks  is  to  be concerned with the integrity of the records they were elected to maintain, there is nothing in the Statutes  that  prohibit  the  Clerks  from  engaging  the  services  of  examiners  to  review  and investigate  the  records  as  to  whether  the  records  violate  civil  or  criminal  statutes  by  virtue  of their  submission  for  recordation  or  filing  with  said  Clerks.  Thus,  it  appears  that  the  Clerk  in question  desired  to  undertake  such  a  task,  believing  that  the  records  he  was  duly  elected  to maintain have been compromised as to their integrity. 


To that end, the Clerk took it upon himself to investigate and seek out examiners worthy of such a task, a specialty which proffers very few contenders, and entered into a contract with DK Consultants LLC, a Texas-based limited liability company,  that  performs  such  tasks.  DK  Consultants  LLC  did  not  solicit  the  Osceola  County Clerk. By mutual agreement, specific filing dates of June 1, 2012 through June 1, 2014 were selected as target  filing  dates;  however,  there  was  nothing  prohibiting  the  examiners  from  conducting  a forensic examination outside of those target dates if they found probable cause to search outside of those parameters where alleged criminal violations would apply; such was the case here.


It  was  the  initial  intent  of  this  Clerk  to  have  this  forensic  examination  and  investigation conducted of his records due to the current state of suspect affairs surrounding certain corporate entities operating within the United States and the State of Florida that appear to have tainted his real property and court records with false, misrepresentative and malicious filings that have not only  comprised  the  integrity  of  the  records  he  was  duly  elected  to  maintain,  but  also  may  have committed  crimes  against  the  people  of  the  State  of  Florida  as  well  as  against  the  real  property owners of Osceola County, Florida.


The Clerk therefore contractually retained the examiners to conduct such an investigation by virtue of a comprehensive forensic examination, which initially took  place  between  July  14  through  July  18,  2014,  and  continued  thereafter  until  the  time  the results  of  the  examination  were  released  in  this  report.    There  appears  to  be  probable  cause  to believe that criminal activity within both sets of these records did in fact occur.