Harris County Court

Foreclosure ‘Defense’ Lawyer Gannon the Cannon Takes a New Tack

Voluntary dismissal without prejudice. Gannon the Cannon is no longer gonna bleed homeowners’ dry while LIT’s on his rear-end.

Schluter v. U.S. Bank Trust National Association as Trustee of the Cabana Series IV Trust

(4:22-cv-03260)

District Court, S.D. Texas

SEP 23, 2022 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT: SEP 25, 2022

A notice of removal on the federal docket, but on the HCDC website, Gannon the Cannon has changed tack. He’s no longer gonna bleed homeowners’ dry while LIT’s on his rear-end, nope he’s gonna voluntarily dismiss without prejudice, which the outlaw judges at Harris County will sign off (remember Gannon’s ole man was a judge…).

202254455

SCHLUTER, RICHARD A vs. US BANK TRUST NATIONAL ASSOCIATION (AS TRUSTEE OF THE CABANA SERIES

(Court 334, JUDGE DAWN ROGERS)

AUG 30, 2022 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT: SEP 25, 2022

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Foreclosure ‘Defense’ Lawyer Gannon the Cannon Takes a New Tack
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