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September 11, 2009 / Media / Brooklyn news / Podcast / Frank Hoier’s Rhythm & News

Frank’s wild about Judge Schack!

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Frank Hoier recently read about a Brooklyn judge who’s tough on banks that want to foreclose, so the Bard of Bushwick was moved to write his new hit, “Little Judge Schack” for this week’s “Rhythm and News” feature.

Take it away, Frank.

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lisamarie from bonifay says:
Judge Arthur schack is an American hero. All he needs to do now is find a way to put all these robo-signers who are guilty of signing families into the street, a one way ticket to the cross bar motel.
Dec. 1, 2010, 9:42 pm

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