This is the Bank Charles S. Isler, Jr. represented as their attorney while also representing Saint Joe Paper Company (JOE) .  His firm represented me one time……while he “slilently” owned Panama Title, a Lawyers Title agent, which was my first experience being “PANAMAED!”

Lawyers Title as well as Industrial Valley Title, Florida Title Insurance, Inc.’s underwriter, American Pioneer, who owns  OnCore,the company Florida Clerk of Courts have prostituted our PUBLIC RECORDS out to, Old Republic, Chicago Title, Commonwealth and others are owned by Fidelity National.  Fidelity National had the nerve to use the name “FIDELITY CONTRAFUND” which to me tells it all.

There have been some very interesting incidents in their past, but none so interesting as their acquisition by Trustmark National Bank.

These links will explain the connections that have been present for decades, but hidden from the public:

This is John Hindsman:

Pay particular attention to Patrick Bienvenue and his connections:

The Fidelity National link is what I hate the most:

These are the people that I feel have had a major hand in destroying the United States of America with their monopolistic practices, coercion of business and  their influences on Governmental Corruption.

I filed a qui.tam. Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act suit against Bay Bank when H.B. James of Gulf Coast Title, a Chicago Title Agency owner and White Western Men’s Club attendee, violated multiple illegal overt acts in concert with IRS Agent Russell Raymond Ervin who was found dead just days after being served by US Marshals as Co-Defendants.

During the 10 year duration of this suit, of which the two volume foot thick file sat on the corner of Northern District of Florida’s  Chief Federal Judge William Stafford’s desk, Bay Bank with ties to Bay Savings Bank and it’s board member James Maulden was indicted for numerous illegal overt acts such as Racketeering and Bank Fraud.

4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Buddy King on April 19, 2012 at 6:46 am

    What a shame to see another financial institution sell to a chain bank. Independent banks have always been the backbone of our country. Independent banks are where you are known by your name not just another number and decisions are made in house.


    • That is fine as long as you aren’t competing with their GOB buddies that sit on their boards represent them as their attorneys that silently own businesses where they illegally funnel business….then you have to endure the boycotting, blackballing and coercion of business without any oversight to protect consumers that have to pay the price from the Anti-Trust violations and monopolistic practices that occurs THEN AND NOW!


      • How did Trustmark National Bank get Bay Bank and Trust?

      • Trustmark Corporation and Bay Bank & Trust Co. Announce Definitive Merger Agreement

        November 30, 2011 04:15 PM Eastern Standard Time

        JACKSON, Miss. & PANAMA CITY, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Trustmark Corporation (NASDAQ: TRMK) (“Trustmark”) and Bay Bank & Trust Co. (“Bay Bank”) today announced the signing of a definitive agreement in which Bay Bank will merge into Trustmark National Bank. This transaction provides an excellent opportunity for Trustmark to expand and enhance its franchise within the attractive Panama City – Bay County market. Bay Bank, with seven offices serving the Panama City, Panama City Beach, and Lynn Haven, Florida markets, reported loans of $121.6 million and deposits of $220.6 million at September 30, 2011.

        “We look forward to becoming a part of the Trustmark organization and providing our customers increased convenience as well as the addition of broader financial products and services, including wealth management and insurance.”

        Gerard R. Host, President and CEO of Trustmark stated, “We are pleased to enhance our existing Florida panhandle franchise with the addition of Bay Bank, a 76-year-old financial institution with long-standing customer relationships. Bay Bank has a strong core deposit base, which is reflective of its commitment to customer service. Together, Bay Bank and Trustmark will have the second largest deposit market share in Bay County. We look forward to welcoming the associates and customers of Bay Bank to the Trustmark family.”

        E. Clay Lewis, Vice Chairman of Bay Bank stated, “We look forward to becoming a part of the Trustmark organization and providing our customers increased convenience as well as the addition of broader financial products and services, including wealth management and insurance.”

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