This applies to ALL kinds of insurance INCLUDING TITLE POLICY INSURANCE
Beneficiary, Bob Denison, during the 5-28-02 mediation, was told by Estate Attorney, Isaac M. Castro that Bob could NOT view the property known as the Rayner Courthouse, agreed to be awarded to Bobís trust in the mediation. It had been earlier threatened by the Judge and Castro that if Bob did not settle the entire ranch would be sold to pay Hamlin National Bank (Castroís other client). The Rayner Courthouse was the family ranch house that was supposedly currently occupied by John Denison and his wife and kids, all who had lived there since Bobís motherís death in 1997, rent free. I say supposedly, because evidence has come to light that they moved out much earlier than the time of the mediation.
Isaac Castro told Bob John Denisonís wife was ill with female problems at the ranch house and could not be disturbed. Mr. Castro represented the condition of the ranch house to be habitable and insurable, attesting the house was in the same condition when Bob viewed it in 2000. Mr. Castro made the claim that 'if the house was not insured he would see to it, it was insured'. After the mediation Mr. Castro arranged for Evans Insurance of Hamlin, TX (who also was the insurer hired by the Hamlin Bank when John defaulted on the brand new Pickup in which Hamlin National Bank gave the estate a loan to in 1999 along with an unnecessary $550,000 loan that encumbered the bulk of the ranch), known as the WEST RANCH, encumbering 6,200 acres. Mr. Castro represented the bank at the mediation by telling Bob the bank would not allow the land to be split along with the debt. Bob was further told that his trust could not assume debt.
Without proper disclosure in the accounting after close to a year of failing to insure the brand new 1999 pickup, while estate funds were available AND while John was in receipt of the $550,000 loan, John ignored the banksí requirement to insure the pickup. Understandably, the bank took it upon itself to insure the truck through Steve Evans Insurance Company and the Estate account was drafted each month. The important point on this one matter is, not only did Evans Insurance draft for the new pickup they also drafted the Estate for John Denisonís personal vehicles at the same time.
This page is devoted to the actual insurance fraud committed in June of 2002 just after the mediation, when Mr. Castro ordered through Evans Insurance and Evans Insurance complied by insuring a property that was 1) Vacant and 2) was uninsurable in order to stabilize the agreement to agree in which Bobís trust was to have the Rayner Courthouse and 1240 acres of unencumbered assets all with the understanding the house was indeed insurable and livable. The evidence presented here help to show how the fraud occurred.
It must be remembered, also undisclosed, based on information and belief that John Denison and family had already vacated the premises much, much earlier, date uncertain. But as usual smoke and mirrors, Castroís long suit was in full swing. Hereís how he did it.
Based on facts discerned, pieced together by Jackie Keenan
I apologize for the commentary in the many yellow bubbles in the next two attachments. However, it is important for me to point out the magnitude of the sidestepping by Isaac Castro and John Denison (in my opinion) Bob was up against. Often the misrepresentations were subtle. Bob had a new attorney, Charles Self, who actually did a pretty good job going up against the side stepping ringmaster, Isaac Castro. BTW Bob did later file motions to have Castro removed as attorney, but as usual that motion fell on deaf ears by the judges as well. Tsk tsk in my opinion, signed Jackie Keenan